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The Magic Of Otter

click here for a FREE reading at PsychicAccess.comOtter loves to play and brings as spirit animal with it the element of play. Many times Otter will make an appearance when we are taking life too seriously. We need to remember our inner child. Otter brings joy and laughter. Often medicine is needed when we need to find our sense of humor. Otter also teaches us to cozy up to new things. We can’t welcome new things into our lives when we are clutching on to the past.

Otter further brings spiritual awareness and devotion. It brings with it awareness of subconscious emotions and psychic abilities. Otter appearing in our lives is a wake-up call to be more aware of emotions in ourselves and others. Otters remind us not to be stuck in worry. Dwell instead on what is positive in life.

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Raccoon Medicine For Thanksgiving

Get a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comWhen you see a raccoon, be it live or in a picture, what comes to mind? Is he cute and innocent looking, or does he remind you of a little outlaw? Or do you fear the creature you see?

Raccoons are indeed considered to be night varmints and scavengers. They can destroy property and be a real nuisance. However, spiritually the raccoon has a much more constructive significance and they are the perfect animal totem for Thanksgiving.

Traditionally, the raccoon, when it comes into your life, is referred to as “the one who carries the medicine of the protector of the underdog” and “the one who provides for the young, infirm and the elderly.” Because of its mask-like features, it is often unfairly referred to as The Masked Bandit, but when a raccoon comes into your space, you are being asked to contact your inner warrior, to become a protector and generous provider for those in need. Continue reading

Always Search For Your Personal Truth

Get a FREE psychic reading right now at PsychicAccess.comThey say that when we are born, the only fear we have is the fear of falling and loud noises. That being said, where do the rest of our fears come from? As we grow up, our parents, friends, co-workers and society all contribute to our belief system, including some of their fears.

There are meanings behind everything we fear. In my family, the top of the list was spiders – creepy and scary was what most people taught me. One day, I looked up the meaning of spiders and what they represent in Native American animal medicine.

I discovered that the spider represents creativity and that she teaches us to weave our lives. As spider weaves her web, so we weave our realities and our fate. This medicine teaches us to remember that we are the creators of our own life experience. So, when spider appears in your life, think about writing down your thoughts. Continue reading

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