There is a certain little animal (kinda cute really) who is very misunderstood and creates a healthy respect for it’s power when people encounter it. I can sort of relate to that description in a way for my own self.
This little animal is a loner and doesn’t get out of the way of any other animal, going it’s own way and is sort of in it’s own world and is self confident in that way. This animal is peaceful and pretty much fearless. I found that out last night. They move slowly and calmly–also similar to myself I think; or as I perceive myself to be anyway.
This animal, if it feels threats, will strike back but only as a very last resort. I am this way too. They give warnings first if they are going to strike back at a predator and I’d like to think that I do too.
This animal will draw in people at times and other times they repel others or people disappear. I laugh but can relate to this pattern in myself too and am okay with it preferring for people to leave me alone on occasion. There are times to draw people in and times to avoid others. I think that’s true for everyone really.
The animal I am referring to has markings that replicate and indicate kundalini or life force energy.
It is said when this animal shows up around you, it brings the message about using the life force energy and creative energy effectively.
This animal is also very quiet or silent and does not make bragging or barking noises and doesn’t announce itself but just don’t threaten it.
This animal can adapt to most any situation and I can be this way too… making the best of things or focusing on the silver lining so-to-speak.
This animal is more active at night and I similarly am more nocturnal.
PSYCHIC MESSAGE/MEANING: They say that when this animal shows up in your life in any way that it means that you will have opportunities to bring out new respect and self-esteem and to focus on self-image.
This bushy, fluffy black and white animal graced my back porch eating from the food I leave out for the stray cats.
I turned on the porch light and tapped on the window and started to open the door to create sound for this critter to move so I could tell what it was from the distance. Hmmm… is that a raccoon?
But this little ball of fluff just kept on eating barely bothered until there was excessive noise from the door (that sticks) starting to open and then moseyed off ever so slowly in its own slow, methodical sweet ole’ timing.
Yep, a skunk is what it was, as it raised its little head in response to the increasing noise that I was making and started to leave, the white kundalini stripe down it’s back was more than obvious!
My next thought, what message does it bring for me? Thus, this blog.
PS– like I said, it was kinda cute actually… or so says the shaman within