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The humble moth is a good sign. According to the Spirit Animals Pocket Guide by Dr. Steven Farmer, the good news is on its way. It could come in the form of a package, letter, or email. Even though, you can’t see it yet, it’s on the way.
A most lives by its senses. Trust yours, including your intuition. Hidden things will now be revealed. For those not in a relationship, this would be a good time to attract and meet a romantic partner. Not just anyone, but someone who feels right, not because your friends or family say so but at a much deeper level.
Already in a relationship? Then use essential oils, not heavy colognes or perfumes, to enhance the relationship.
If a moth is your personal totem animal, then you are the upbeat person in the crowd. You see good and opportunity where others predict doom and gloom. You also have the ability to attract what you need in life. No wonder since people refer to associate with happy people. You’re a good listener to both your friends and your inner senses.
What is the moth’s message? Moths typically seek out light even though they are nocturnal creatures. Are you actively seeking out your own light? If not, then you should be. Seeking out your light can be a variety of things from seeking spiritual enlightenment, aligning your chakras, and living in harmony with nature.
The moth also represents the inner, psychic world filled with visions and dreams. Pay attention to hunches, ideas, or emotions.
Shadows and light are both part of the moth’s environment. Issues in the shadows that are difficult to see become clearer and understandable soon.
The delicate creatures drive to get into my house each night reflects our own person determination. We can achieve our goals if we only believe.
Lastly, the thin gossamer wings of the moth represent our own fragility and vulnerability. We aren’t always superhero material; sometimes, we need to rest and protect ourselves.
Information for this blog came from the Moth, Steven Farmer’s Pocket Guide to Spirit Animals( click on sidebar to get your own copy) and Spirit Animals Website, which you can follow on Twitter by clicking here.