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About Animal Symbolism & Animal Totem Meanings:

Animal symbolism & Animal Totems or Animal Medicine is shared across cultures all over the world, mainly passed on through stories and teachings in Indigenous cultures. Mother Earth has many lessons to teach us, and she connects us with our animal brethren to remind us that we share this world with an unimaginable amount of intuitive and intelligent beings. A symbolic encounter can be at any level – it could be a random sighting of an animal you don’t normally see, or an animal appearing in your dreams. Basically, the animal making itself known to you. Take these encounters to heart and use the lessons animal medicine teaches us to improve ourselves and respect the natural world around us.

Animal Symbolism & Animal Totem Meanings Turkey:

Turkey is a symbol of abundance and blessings. If a turkey has come in to your life, then you are in the midst of receiving some wonderful gifts. But turkey also reminds us that when we receive abundance, it is important to share this wealth. Be generous and expect nothing in return. It is important to foster strong relationships with those around you, and what you give to others you also give to yourself. Be grateful for what you have received, and happily share your blessings with those around you. When we share our abundance with the world, we help to make it a happier, more fulfilling place.

Crystals for Turkey:

Tumbled Citrine Tumbled Golden Tiger Eye Blue Apatite Cabochon

Citrine, Golden Tiger Eye and Blue Apatite can all be used to connect with Turkey.

More information about animal symbolism & animal totem meanings can be found in our Animal Totem Deck #1

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Mother Earth Blessings,
Lizzy Baxter

Posted on November 19, 2018
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