#Omens&Symbols . . . . Cedar

Source: Native Spirit Tribal

Full Moon reflections

Full Strawberry Moon in Sagittarius on June 17th! 

This Full Moon in the Sagittarius calls us to look at the bigger picture of our life
and carefully examine what we believe. We may look at all outdated beliefs
or views that just do not sit with us anymore and release them
to make better choices for a new growth. 

Text & image source: Rivers in the Ocean

Maybe it’s not about having a beautiful day…

“Maybe it’s not about having a beautiful day, but about finding beautiful moments.
Maybe a whole day is just too much to ask. I could choose to believe that
in every day, in all things, no matter how dark and ugly,
there are shards of beauty if I look for them.”

― Anna White

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Text & image source: Luminous Spirit

#Omens&Symbols . . . .Whenever a badger shows up,

“Due to the badger’s remarkable digging abilities, they are tied to all earth spirits and gnomes of lore. It also hints at the ability to see beneath the surface of all things and people.

…If a badger has come into your life, you should do some examination. Are you or those around you, not digging deep enough? It may indicate a need to get beneath the surface. It may reflect a time of greater connection to the earth and its animal spirits. It may be telling you to draw upon stories that intrigued you and held you fast during your childhood. They may be symbolic of things going on or about to go on in your current life. Whenever a badger shows up, there will be opportunities to develop self-expression and reliance. It speaks of a time to begin to tell a new story about yourself and your life.”

-Ted Andrews; “Animal Speak” 

Text & image source: Between the Realms

#WingedJewels . . . . Monal, nature’s magnificent creation!!

The Himalayan monal, also known as the Impeyan monal and Impeyan pheasant,
is a bird in the pheasant family, Phasianidae. It is the national bird of Nepal, where
it is known as the danphe, and state bird of Uttarakhand, India, where it is known
as the monal. It was also the state bird of Himachal Pradesh until 2007.


Photo credit: Aditya Chavan. @ Birdwatching