The owl as a spirit guide
The owl can see his way through the darkest night, so in his darkest moments and moments, the ‘Spirit of the Owl’ can help him see through his darkness, guide his way and help him see beyond From darkness, to a new dawn and a new beginning.
If you’ve gotten lost in the dark, the ‘Spirit of the Owl’ can seek you out and guide you back to the right path. Many healers, mediums and shamans invoke the “spirit of the owl” to help a person extract their hidden secrets and look in the dark to see what else is hidden and in the recovery of souls. Owls can clearly see through the darkness the cause of any imbalance of the body or mind, and use their wisdom to find the course of action to heal the imbalance and restore a healthy balance to the mind and body.
Owls are great hunters and help maintain balance in ‘Mother Nature’s Animals’, by keeping any imbalance in overpopulation under control of what some people call vermin as they can cause disease. The ‘Spirit of the Owl’ can, in the same way, seek out and destroy the imbalance of your cells, viruses and bacteria and, by maintaining this balance, maintain a healthy lifestyle and help prevent illness and disease.
Owls have long been associated with both death and wisdom. In ‘Greek Mythology’ the owl was sacred to Pallos, Athena the ‘Goddess of wisdom’, the owl sat on his shoulder and lit up his blind side. The owl was also associated with ‘Arts and skills’. And it can help you become wiser and more creative, imaginative, and able to learn new skills. In the beliefs of the ‘Native American tribes’, the owl was seen as the ‘carrier of the spirits of the old man’. In “Japanese culture”, owls were seen as “divine messengers of the gods”. In “Indian culture”, owls were considered “a companion of the gods”, and in the “Malay language” the word owl means “ghost bird”.
The owl plays an important role in the ‘Natural Cycle of Birth and Rebirth’, an important belief carried over from the ‘Earliest Mists of Time’, which helps and guides the ‘Earthbound Souls’ to their loved ones. and improves clairvoyance. Owls can remove negative forces and help you find a new life, releasing the ties that hold you back to the old life. The owl can regain the ‘natural balance’ within your home and life, and can help you clean up the dead things in your life and restore your ability to move more freely through the different stages of our life cycle on this earth. , the elimination of stagnation, to bring joy and happiness back to our lives, the elimination of the accumulation of too many possessions and the modern pressure of too many things to do in our lives, and too much of “anything” and “everything”. ‘
The ‘Spirit of the Owl’ also guides us back to our ‘True Path’, removing all the false barriers that we get entangled in in our ‘Modern Everyday Existence’. The ‘Bombardment’ of all the ‘Should Have’ and ‘Must Have’ in our daily life, which does not come from our ‘Internal Needs’, but from the opinions and beliefs of society and those around us. Too much time spent ‘Hearing’ or ‘Seeing’ what we are told ‘We should have’, through all the advertisements, shows and articles that surround us in our daily existence. We are so busy looking at and listening to all these wonderful new aids that will make our lives so much better and make us feel so much better, that we ignore ‘What we really want’, we find ourselves spiraling into darkness, still in pursuit of happiness always dodge the one we yearn for, getting further and further and further and further away from the ‘True Food’ that we all need in this life. At this point in time, we need the ‘Spirit of the Owl’ to help us stop and take a good concentrated look at our lives, as only the owl can do, and ‘Ask ourselves’ what of all our many possessions would we have? on the left to ‘Meet our spiritual requirements’. With the help of the wisdom and guidance of the owls, we can begin to clear all the unwanted elements, to make way for the ‘Birth of the new me’, and as our new ‘Spiritual Energy’ grows, so do the shackles, limitations. , fears and anxieties slowly fade, emerge with a new energy and an attentive eye to what the future holds. In the same way when we move house, change jobs, form a new relationship, give birth, adopt a new animal friend, we must let some or all of the old ones die, to make way for the new ones. The ‘Spirit of the Owl will stay with us and help us through this often painful process, it can be made worse if we try to hold on to the old, using it as a crutch to support us as the new unknown can be seen to be a forbidden place How will we manage? We wonder, who will be there to support us if we stumble or worse if we fall? The ‘Spirit of the Owl’ will be there alongside us, guiding our path, using the owl’s long vision to look beyond, into the future and into the ‘New Dawn’.
All life is interconnected, we are only a small part of the ‘Natural Life of our wonderful planet’, and like all animals, trees and all other forms of life, we are part of the cycle of life and death, but this it is only ‘Our Earthly Form’ our spirit will prevail, and will be guided by the ‘Spirit of the Owl’ in whose ‘Spirit’ we ‘Trust’ in this life and in the next life.
Owls are one of the few birds that can turn their heads 135 degrees, and some can turn their heads even more, so that we can look back at the ‘Deaths’ on our journey to this ‘New Dawn’ guided by the owl. With each ‘Death’ and ‘Rebirth’ we must remember and rejoice in the way that each ‘Cycle’ has helped us to become the person we are today.
Owls have inhabited our planet for the past 58 to 60 million years, and from there has come their wisdom and understanding, and their learning to adapt and survive, often in the face of adversity, as they have to stand their ground, sharing their territory. With much larger Raptors like Eagles and Hawks, in this way the ‘Spirit of the Owl will convey the courage to’ Stand Ones Ground ‘and learn to adapt to our circumstances, and be wise in our decisions, and how owls learn to have foresight and knowledge to use the gift wisely. Using the knowledge of the owl, one can gain knowledge about magic, and also have a great understanding of Magic and Ritual, Merlin was a great wizard to have an owl by his side.
For the ‘Spirit of the Owl’ to be with you at all times, you must have a totem or talisman of your owl, it can be a small object such as an owl keychain or something similar that you can carry with you at all times. You may also need to have a statue or totem in your home to protect yourself from the ‘Negative Forces’.