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The Healing Power Of Nature

The Healing Power of Nature

I have always loved nature and living near the sea I’m luckily blessed with lots of animal interactions. After losing my parents I noticed that every day I would see 2 robins in my garden. I was curious about them and they were equally inquisitive about me. Since then I decided to do some research into the meanings of different animals. I hope you find it interesting and can relate to what I have found!

The bird spirit signifies the ability to rise above adversities 

A butterfly’s different colours have different meanings, for example a white butterfly is said to bring a message from the angel worlds saying a change is on its way.

Bees (my favourite insect) signify wealth, good luck and prosperity! This is partly the reason that bees feature so frequently on charm necklaces designed to promote good luck

Foxes move fast and spotting a fox can mean you have the ability to overcome obstacles!

Mice can symbolise running away from your problems or hiding from challenges in life. 

Frogs signify that it is a time of prosperity for you and your family 

The jay bird (of which I have a pair who visit daily) is a highly intelligent bird that mates for life. It teaches us lessons on adapting to situations quickly and symbolises fearlessness and protection.

The black crow, which many believe symbolises death, is actually just the end of bad things happening and the beginning of new and good things.

Thanks for reading

Jasmine - 600595

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