Nature Awareness 5/16/2014 - Wolf Wolves are the epitome of stamina, and are known to run up to 35 miles a day in pursuit of prey. They are also not only totemic but iconic in representing wildness, primal power, and family/pack behavior. They are highly misunderstood animals in regards to the opinions generated by the majority of the modern world, and in some areas and circles of thought they have gained the reputation of being heartless killers. In reality wolves are friendly, social creatures that live within a tight knit pack structure. Aggression is something they avoid, preferring rather to growl or posture to show dominance. Even though wolves live in close knit packs that provide a strong sense of family, they are still able to maintain their individuality within the pack. Wolves represent the spirit of freedom and the wild, but they also realize that having individual freedom requires having responsibilities. Because wolf is a teacher and pathfinder, this animal tends to arrive in our lives when we need guidance the most. Those who have a wolf totem will usually move on to teach others about sacredness and spirituality at some point in their lives. And, the wolf can also teach how to balance the responsibility of family needs while not losing personal identity in the process. This is a major life lesson for a lot of people who are in the time frame and phase of quarter life. Above all, the wolf teaches us to develop strength and confidence in our decisions and shows us how to become completely self-reliant. This animal is all about teaching us to trust our own instincts and insights. Wolf brings a message today for all who are willing to hear and understand its soulful howl... Listen to your inner wisdom and enjoy the gift of freedom and focus that you have been given that is given to all people. Do not let anyone tame you. Symbolism: patience, self-reliance, inner wisdom, finding the path, stamina, overcoming adversity, pack behavior, wildness, primal power.
Posted on: Fri, 16 May 2014 12:09:19 +0000
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