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Animals have been a source of gaining wisdom and inner power since the times of the cave people, possibly even earlier. To commune with the spirits of animals is, therefore, a long-standing tradition, nearly as old as analytically thinking humanity itself, and carries through to this day and age, not only in indigenous cultures and shamanic practices.

 

Many people in modern Western civilization who are seeking more spirituality in a mundane, secular and stress-driven world are seeking deeper, more gratifying and fulfilling life experiences and thus, turn to modern and traditional indigenous spiritual teachers and media in order to learn to meditate, manifest and explore their inner world.

Power or Spirit Animals are a wonderful way to observe and to connect with nature and study yourself in relation to it. Here are the animals listed that I write my blogs about. Those that are already published are highlighted in bold font, the others are still to be added.

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A

Ant

 

Antelope

B

Badger

Bat

 

Bear

 

Bee

Buffalo

 

Butterfly

C

Camel

 

Cat

Cheetah

Cobra

Cow

Crocodile

D

Deer

 

Dog

Dolphin

Dragon

E

Eagle

Elephant

F

Falcon

Fox

Frog

G

Giraffe

H

Hare

 

Hedgehog

 

Hippo

Horse

Hummingbird

Hyena

I

J

Jackal

Jaguar

K

Kangaroo

Koala Bear

L

Ladybird

Lama

Leopard

Lion

Lizard

Lynx

M

Mole

Mouse

O

Otter

 

Owl

P

Panda

Panther

 

Peacock

Pegasus

Pelican

Penguin

Phoenix

Python

R

Rabbit

Raccoon

Raven

Reindeer

Rhino

S

Scorpion

Seagull

Seal

Shark

Skunk

Spider

Squirrel

Swan

T

Tiger

Turtle

U

Unicorn


V

Vulture

W
Wild Boar

Wolf

Y

Z

Zebra

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