Coyote wrote:I do however have a question, what is a clan totem? IF that is anything like a family based totem or something, then that would most likely be the Raven for me. If it's something like a totem that joins various people together family or not... then, I have a few other choices to work with from there.
Wolfwalker wrote:Quick, alert and playful, maybe Otter represents something emerging from within you recently, say over the past winter? They're also cheeky buggers that are rather difficult to catch and can be rather nasty if they feel trapped. They like to lie in the sun and just bask in the light...
Bear is probably the second most talked about totem in this forum room, apart from wolf, so it is not too difficult to find out about this massive healing beast... pm MorningStar if you don't believe me!
blessings on the quest, Peter
Kat Lady wrote:I thought of you Fli when I was crystal hunting last week in the wilds of Louisiana. Otter is such a fun guide and I see you becoming more outgoing like Otter each time we meet. And Art/Bear, well that goes without saying, with your healing abilities and connection with the earth.
Now crystals are made by earth, air, sea and fire. While most are closely aligned with fire and water, they have characteristics of all of the elements. So logically, some dragons that are connected with crystals would have that same feel about them. Yours is special like you, a bit of everything combined. As you are a healer, you will find your connection with the healing capabilities of your dragon-guide I am sure. She is a part of you.
Kay MoonDawn wrote:I remember when I was a little girl of 3 or 4 years old, I had a grand collection of stuffed animals. Two of which were very special to me, one was a raccoon and the other a bear. I always believed that the raccoon would come to life when I was asleep to watch over me and if any "bad dreams" came near he would wake up the bear and the bear would scare it away. Both of them stayed on my bed with me, the bear sleeping beside me. During the day I would even lay the raccoon down on the bed so that he could get some sleep! I still have them in my bedroom and refuse to give them away.
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