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Joanne
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11/02/01 07:03 PM


Blue Jay
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My Dear Ones;

First I have been visited by the Crow for several years now, and for the last couple of days, I am greeted by a lone Blue Jay. When I first wake up, he is upon a pine tree branch right next to my bedroom window...then, I go to take the dogs outside and he is perched upon my deck. And then, just I'm about to leave for work he is upon the front lawn. This is the meaning of the Blue Jay:Birds have often been considered the symbols of the soul. Their ability to fly reflects the ability within us to rise to new awareness, bridging earth [the physical world] and heaven [the spiritual world.] As a totem, the Blue Jay represents the proper use of power. It can reflect the lessons in using your own power properly. It can also reflect lessons in not allowing yourself to be placed in a position in which power is misused against you. The Blue Jay's cycle is for a year and represents a time of resourcefulness and adaptability about to un-fold in your life. True mastership of anything you choose to undertake will require dedication, responsibility and committed development in all things in the spiritual and in the physical. Blue Jays have the ability to link the heavens and earth to access each for greater power. They have a tremendous aptitude for survival with the least amount of effort. Blue Jays reflect great talent, but that talent must be developed and utilized properly. They remind us of the importance of following through in all things. If a blue jay has flown into your life, it indicates that you are moving into a time of power, whether you soar or crash depends on you. Blue Jay doesn't care, it will teach you either way.




Let your heart guide you.
It whispers, so listen closely.



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Satorius
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11/02/01 07:14 PM


Re: Blue Jay
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Dear Joanne,
Thank you for sharing this wonderful emotional information. Can feel this connection even from so far away.

With love,
Satorius

"To see a world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wind flower..." (W.Blake)


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Lucy
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11/02/01 07:17 PM


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Well that's good news right!? I got the same 2 morning doves by my window every day this summer. (and a couple yellow & purple finches) I love watching them -- I didn't realize that they had that kind of meaning to them. That is very interesting, I will have to look into that! Just out of curiousity what does the crow mean?
Love, Amy




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MrsPolice
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11/02/01 07:33 PM


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Dear Joanne,
I think blue Jays are a beautiful. What a wonderful totem as well with a stong wonderful message. I remember when I woke up and walked out and saw them...

Blessings,
Sarah




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Joanne
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11/02/01 07:53 PM


Re: Blue Jay
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Dear Lucy;

I did post about the totem crow part of it I believe in a dream re: School and I think in Community as well....


Let your heart guide you.
It whispers, so listen closely.



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AndrewMac
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11/02/01 08:52 PM


Re: Blue Jay
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Dear Joanne & Lucy.

I took the liberty of going to that thread, to bring that information here, as well. Joanne, if you feel that this is too repetitive (found in too many places here) then please delete this post. I left out the markups that were in your original. . . .

My Dear Ones,

As you know that I have been dreaming a lot about school, graduation and such...And I know that the Crow is one of my Power Totems... and I just realized something while I was in meditation this morning which my Spirit Guide indicated for me to go within and seek the Crow...and here is my message which reflects my dreams as of late:

More often than not, one whose Soul shares a deep bond with Crow will be an individual who may experience an especially difficult early life, wherein a certain sense of detachment or "dis-connectedness" to other two-leggeds has been felt. This general sense of ~not belonging~ will exist on some level, and at varying intensities, throughout their physical life, or until a deeper level of understanding and acceptance has been attained.

Perhaps it is because, like their Animal Totem, they exist simultaneously within two worlds, that of the Spirit and that of the Flesh, that these individuals always seem to be looking for the answer to all of their questions, and ultimately, a sense of `conection.~

Yet the true thirst for connection comes from the Soul of Crow desiring to re-connect with all that was once known, yet lost when the Soul is cast upon the blank shores of forgetfulness that is Physical Life. He/she seeks to connect all that which was known, is now known, and will one day be known, thus perhaps receiving the Answers to all of the Questions which fill their active and pondering minds.

When one with Power Totem Crow comes to realize that he/she is already connected to that vast repository of Universal Knowledge, and that the Earth Walk is the "schoolroom" of that great university, then, the process of transformation begins. This leads him/her to the discovery that one is never truly ~dis-connected~ in the first place, merely walking on a different level, plane or experience than some of the other two-leggeds.

Once this realization has been made, then Crow Soul will begin to Shapeshift from the bindings of the past, which have dictated that there must be something "wrong" with his/her way of experiencing, feeling or viewing ~Life,~ and can instead, come to Accept, Celebrate and Love the Self. This is when the integrated human (mind)/crow (soul) may truly fly free.***


Blessings in the Light,
AM

May there be peace throughout the world.


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Joanne
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11/02/01 08:59 PM


Re: Blue Jay
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Dear Andrew;

Thank you for bringing it here, you are a Sweetheart my Dear Brother! Gives you a loving *hug*


Let your heart guide you.
It whispers, so listen closely.



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Joanne
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11/02/01 09:07 PM


Re: Blue Jay
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Dear Lucy, Andrew;

There is also this post that I have posted somewhere on the board:

I also want to add that since the Crow has suddenly made an appearance in your life, then there are messages that the Ancestors are bringing to you that will likely be heralding significant changes in your life. The more crows that you encounter, the more likely the message is to be urgent and needing your acknowledgment and attention. Take the time to quietly go within, asking for clarification on the Message being delivered. Or it may be that you will be called upon to assist others in their journey from the darkness of denial into the light of awareness.

As for me, Crow is my Power Totem and I am suddenly noticing him/her all about me, it is a time to go within, immersing myself in quiet contemplation, listening to the messages I'm to pay heed to for either my own Path, or as a message to relay to Others.***




Let your heart guide you.
It whispers, so listen closely.



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