These 7 Questions Will Reveal Your Animal Ego

Behind us all lies an animalistic counterpart. Which is yours?

These 7 Questions Will Reveal Your Animal Ego

We all feel like we have an animal that represents our soul. Let's find out yours!

Let's start with an easy one, what color is your natural hair?

Would you describe yourself as an introvert or an extrovert?

What trait do you pride yourself on?

What environment do you feel most at peace in?

What element is your astrological sign compatible with?

What color are your eyes?

Lion

Lion

The symbolic meaning of lions, as one might imagine, primarily deals with strength.
The fact that it is a nocturnal creature means that the lion is a symbol of authority and command over subconscious thought (as night is an ancient symbol of the subconscious - or dream states).

Eagle

Eagle

Size does matter to the Native mind. It is the mammoth size of the eagle that, in part, wins its title as the King of the Birds in myth and lore. In spite of its enormous size, the eagle still takes flight, seemingly effortlessly. This is the first of many symbolic cues from the eagle about perception (not judging a book by its cover) and, not allowing the illusion of limitation to ground us in our flight.

Deer

Deer

When you have the deer as spirit animal, you are highly sensitive and have a strong intuition. By affinity with this animal, you have the power to deal with challenges with grace. You master the art of being both determined and gentle in your approach. The deer totem wisdom imparts those with a special connection with this animal with the ability to be vigilant, move quickly, and trust their instincts to get out the trickiest situations.

Horse

Horse

Horse symbol meanings date back to prehistory, and the first civilized, written acknowledgement of the horse comes in the third millennium BC where historians uncovered slate tablets in Elam (present day Iraq and Iran) which reference this noble, wild beast. Due to its natural companionship with man in both work and art, the horse easily wins a special seat in history, ranking high marks of honor, reverence and symbolism.

Dolphin

Dolphin

In watching Dolphin in nature its peaceful personality becomes obvious. There seems to be no conflict with other sea creatures, nor humans. In this regard Dolphin can be regarded as a diplomat who builds cooperative bridges between humankind and nature, and particularly the Water Element. We cannot overlook this creature’s tie to the Air element either. Dolphin illustrates the emotion of water and the intellect of air in harmony.

Butterfly

Butterfly

For many, the beginning of the New Year signals a sense of transformation – a time to evaluate life in its current state and set goals for manifesting change. The butterfly symbolizes transformation and joy. Its dance reflects the need for movement from where we are to our next phase of being.

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