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An animal-by-animal guide that reveals the meaning behind each encounter we have with animals
• Provides sophisticated psychological insight into encounters with more than 150 animals, birds, reptiles, insects, and aquatic life
• Explores how animals reflect our inner world, drawing our attention to inner turmoil, relationship issues, spiritual growth, and the deepest needs of the soul
• Explains how the meaning of each encounter depends on whether the animal was hunting, fleeing, hiding, or acting indifferent when sighted
We each feel connections to animals in our own way. Some of us have pets. Others admire animals in the wild. Because the outer world often reflects our internal states and animals are highly sensitive to our energies, each encounter with an animal signals something about our inner world and innermost concerns. The spontaneous, surprising contacts are the telling ones: a sparrow landing next to you, a fox darting across the road, or a bee alighting on your hand. However, even regular encounters with our pets can draw attention to our inner world and what needs to be thought over and grappled with, from psychic turmoil and relationship issues to spiritual growth and the deepest needs of the soul.
Providing sophisticated psychological insight into encounters with more than 150 animals, birds, reptiles, insects, and aquatic life, Regula Meyer explores the messages each animal provides for us on a personal level when we encounter them. She explains how the meaning of each encounter depends on whether the animal was hunting, fleeing, hiding, or acting indifferent when sighted. For example, a fleeing animal is prompting you to pursue a subject consciously, while a hiding animal tells you to patiently observe something and draw insights from it.
The author shows how animal encounters in the wild cause us to contemplate the present moment and inspire the flow of our perceptions, leading us to meditate on important concerns we may be ignoring or unaware of. Pets and other animals we see every day act as intensifiers of the energy for which they stand.
With this animal-by-animal guide, you can discover the deep meaning behind your encounters with animals and the messages they bring as oracles of our souls.
Regula Meyer is a spiritual channeler with a deep connection to animals. She teaches workshops in Switzerland on guided meditation, the Medicine Wheel, life’s spiritual purpose, and power animals. She offers individual life-coaching and spiritual guidance consultations. She lives in Sevelen, Switzerland.
Table of Contents
How to Use This Book
Introduction: Your Inner and Outer World
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1 Badger 2 Bat 3 Bear, Brown Bear 4 Beaver 5 Cat 6 Cow 7 Deer 8 Dog 9 Dolphin 10 Donkey 11 Fox, Red Fox 12 Goat 13 Hamster 14 Hare 15 Horse 16 Lynx 17 Marmot 18 Mole 19 Moose 20 Mouse 21 Muskrat 22 Otter 23 Pig, Wild Pig 24 Rabbit 25 Raccoon 26 Rat 27 Seal 28 Sheep, Mouflon 29 Shrew 30 Squirrel 31 Vole, Field Mouse 32 Weasel, Stoat 32 Wolf 34 Wolverine