- A to Z Totems (93)
- Animal Divination
- Animal Power (2)
- Animal Stories (5)
- Animal Totem Gallery (3)
- Discover Your Animal Totems (7)
- Interspecies Communication
- Medicine Wheel Animals (3)
- Mystical Totems (5)
- Totem Market Place (3)
Animal Totem Photos
Photo gallery of animals. Gives brief meanings and messages for each totem displayed in the gallery.
Animal totems offer spiritual guidance. To best understand the lessons conveyed by animals that show up in our lives involves us learning their instinctual behaviors and natural habitats. Is the animal noctournal? Does it live in the desert or the tropics? Is the animal solitary or live in a pack? What type of diet do they eat? Answers to these...
The pets who live with us and also domesticated animals from the farm have spiritual lessons to teach us. Domesticated animal totems have been fondly portrayed in many children stories. How can we forget Mother Goose, Old MacDonald, or Charlotte's Web?
Animals that live in the forest or woodland regions represent freedom and innocence. Woodland totems are strongly connected to the energies of green plants and trees.
Insects normally live in colonies and teach the importance of working within a team. Is your ego in check? Primary message for anyone with an insect totem is that the individual is not as important as the collective. Insects are survivalists and adapt to change very well and can assist you during transitional periods. Although insects are small...
Ocean Totems share two characteristics: water element and salt. Water energies invoke flow and emotion. Natural sea salt is used to bring out flavors in the foods we eat and can also be used as a healing agent in mouth gargles and saline washes.
Humans are also primates, but in this animal totem index only apes and monkeys are featured. Human nature is easily seen in the characteristics and habits of monkeys and apes. We love to watch their behaviors because they remind us so much of ourselves.
Reptiles as Totems
Reptiles as totems in general are wise teachers. Their bodies are covered with scales, offering a lesson in the importance of shielding from outside influences. When they shed their skins they are teaching us to let go or discard the past and evolve through birthing new ideas.
Savanna totems are represented by the animals who live in tropical grassland areas, typical regions are found in Africa and South America.
Friday Focus Installment where I talk fondly of our Quaker parrot, Shamrock. The focus is about winged beings (birds, butterflies, bats, angels, faeries, and more).