A messenger waits for you and doesn’t fly away. A good example of this is when I was in the dessert. A jackrabbit came directly up to my husband. He reared up on his hind legs and had a staring contest with my husband for several seconds. Normally, rabbits are afraid of humans.
Wildlife has always learned to hide itself from humans. If a raccoon or beaver crosses your path or waits beside the road as you pass by this could be intentional. Keep in mind, some animals are nocturnal, which means it might be harder to see them. Today, we’ll look at the beaver.
A beaver is a water animal, which deals with our emotions, subconscious, and dreams. His appearance reminds us to believe in our dreams. As a dedicated dam builder, he always tells people that hard work makes dreams into a reality. The beaver who can move easily from land to water reminds us of balance. Remember to divide time between family, work, and leisure.
A beaver sighting is more like a visual pep-talk. Yes, your dreams are achievable. Now, get to work. What other things does the beaver symbolize? Because he is an excellent underwater swimmer, he reminds us to be aware of our breathing. Often when faced with difficult or unfamiliar projects we often hold our breath physically and spiritually, and then wonder why it is so hard. Breathe, you got this.
Information for the beaver blog comes from Ted Andrews' book, Animal Speak and the website Spirit Animals.