Eagle in flight

The Eagle represents to us the meaning of victory, a high level of spirituality and the quest for freedom.  When an eagle takes flight there is a beauty that is shared with those who observe this predatory bird.

The flight is so graceful you may take from the observation the idea of conservation of energy. Allowing us like the eagle to coast and soar for maximum results as we soar through our own air eddies and turbulence in our lives.

The majesty the bird displayed as the ruler of the skies shows us our own ability to project and portray the basic tenants of the animal kingdom or in our case humanity and law.

The eagles eyesight shows us we can use great focus in obtaining our goals we lay out in our lives.

The eagles talon’s show us the ability to grab what we wish and need to obtain those opportunities which present themselves in our daily lives. The focus and timing of the eagle is the ability to make sure these opportunities do not slip through our talons, or fingers.

The eagle is also known to be the great fisherman and we like the Eagle can always find substance in our life even as those around us flow through the streams as the salmon the eagle catches up in Alaska.

Enjoy the video bellow so you too can understand many of the concepts above.

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Srachi’s channel is where you can view this video as well : https://www.youtube.com/user/Srachi?feature=watch





A totem to me is a collection of beings, objects, or symbols that we intemperate every day. They can represent a group of people, such as family, or clan’s, or even groups. A lineage may lay claim totempoleto a totem, or that of a tribe. They can remind one of their ancestry or mystical past.  Totem animals can play a huge role in ones life in both self-discovery or even the process of understanding the symbolic meanings of where your life may be heading. Giving you incredible avenues of self-expression and awareness.

Animals afford us visions of how our lives could be if we lived more simply and pure with the world around us. They are harbingers of personality traits we, as humans all aspire to achieve or should lean on in understanding our living impact on the world around us. Totems can be found historically present in societies throughout the world, including africa, arabia, asia, austrialia, Eastern Europe, Western Europe and the Artic. Some totems have been adapted to a personal spirit animal helper, which has a special meanings to them.

Each person is born with a birth totem, an animal or individual spirit who watches over them. Guides them through the daily lives. Children are usually the most pure of heart. In this purity we find that of an easy conduit for a spirit totem to speak to them. One may find speaking to their totem, the protector a friend who is unseen. In our lives this totem can go through many changes, and fade into the background for another to take this special place in our lives. So yes, one may have several totems through your own life. Usually this is due to drastic life changes, or by simple chance or choice.