Animal Allies

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    chandra
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      I’ve always felt a special connection to animals. I’ve had physical encounters with coyote and owl that had a spiritual component, and considered them animal allies. They became part of my practice. Now, I don’t feel the same connection to them. Is it normal for animal allies to change as you go through different life stages? When they came to me, they had a lot of meaning based on the situation I was in. Now I’m wondering if it’s time to consider them something I worked with, instead of something I work with.

      #13403
      Dave TheDruid-3X3
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        Awens to Chandra:

        We definitely have to Work on Sharing the Planet with all of the other Lifeforms.

        That is why I tend to Vote Green.

        3X3

        #13789
        Gordaz
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          Chandra – this has been my experience, and what I’ve heard from others. That your animal ally may change as you do.

          #13839
          Dowrgi
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            I try more to be an ally to the animals these days, I think they need all the help they can get.

            :-/

            Bennathow
            /|\

            #14580
            Dave TheDruid-3X3
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              My Animal Allies:
              – Cats,
              – Salmon,
              – And Birds.

              3X3

              #14581
              Dave TheDruid-3X3
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                Actually, since I saw Ravens sitting on Corrin’s Tower when I was there in 2006, I will make it:
                – Cats,
                – Salmon,
                – And Ravens.

                3X3

                #14592
                Dave the Druid
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                  Chandra,
                  Your animal allies may change over time. It was this conundrum that caused me to avoid association with a spirit guide. That issue has been resolved for me.
                  I spend a great deal of time in the woods. I am quiet enough to not disturb the wildlife. I feel a kinship with all the animals. I almost never see the same animal twice. So as in the forest, as in life. The ally you have today may have to do something else tomorrow freeing you to experience a new ally.

                  Peace and Harmony,
                  Dave the Druid

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