Dream Symbolism: Owls

Hi I had a question about an owl its really bothering me and I’m scared not sure if you have read it yet but if you could it has been a couple of weeks you don’t have to publish this but much love and light to you ! you are truly amazing and help so many others on the path that they are on and it is truly inspiring.
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Thank you so much, i’m glad it’s helped you and so many others. Was it the owl in the dream one? I have so many questions and not even time to answer that i am just picking them at random at this point. It’s nothing personal but i just have so many and days are getting shorter…:/

Owl medicine is usually about seeing behind masks and seeing what lies hidden beneath the surface, very very relevant for right now with the subconscious merging into the earth plane.

Owl Power Animal, Symbol of Wisdom, Stealth, Secrecy, Part I

Posted By Ina Woolcott

Owl’s medicine includes wisdom, stealth, secrecy, silent and swift movement, seeing behind masks, seeing what truly lies below the surface, keen sight, messenger of secrets and omens, shape-shifting. the link between the dark, unseen world and the world of light. Comfort with shadow self, moon magick, freedom, deception, clairvoyance, insight, vision, omens, Owl symbolises the feminine, the moon and the night

Owl symbolises the feminine, the moon and the night. They are the bird of magic and darkness, of prophecy and wisdom. The owl is linked to Athena. The owl is also referred to as the night eagle a messenger from the darkness and a guide through all the mysteries that it contains. They are night hunters and therefore have the ability to see what others may miss. The owl will give you the gift of seeing what is truly beneath the surface and not to be deceived by appearance.

The owl is also sometimes referred to as a cat with wings. These two creatures are linked with magic, heightened senses, intuition, and wisdom, more so than any other creature. Like the cat, the owl has keen hearing and vision in the night world – a place many fear. This fear can also make us feel uncomfortable about night creatures. The reason for this uncomfortableness is because the night is dark and symbolic of the unknown – that which we cant, or do not want to see.

For part II of Owl Power Animal click here: Owl Power Animal, Symbol of Wisdom, Stealth, Secrecy, Part II 

 

~Namaste~

Ash

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