Click! The first animal you spot will reveal a lot about your personality.
I came across this but of psychology. There’s an image. Whatever animal you spot first is supposed to say something about you. I noticed the owl first.
If the owl was the first animal you spotted then you are the kind of person who is wise, calm, and yet powerful. You do not act in a rash manner and you take your time to pick your battles but when you do, you are as swift and merciless as an owl.
Your wise soul, however, is what guides you and makes you who you are. Your ability to see through people and their false acts gives you an advantage over them and your intelligence remains your greatest asset ever.
In an #AtoZchallenge post, there’s a story where my spirit animal (guardian spirit) is a lobster, or really it’s myself. But for today’s post, here’s a look at what having an owl as a spirit animal could mean:
Owl Spirit Animal
WISDOM · SILENCE · MAGIC · TRUE SIGHT · SOLITUDE · ENLIGHTENMENT · SECRETS · NIGHT · CHANGE · OMENS · VIGILANCE · DREAMS · FEMININE · INTUITION · STEALTH · MYSTERY · INSIGHT
(Oh good, I can pretend people keep changing my gender because the owl has feminine energy.)
Symbolic meanings for the owl are:
Intuition, ability to see what others do not see
The presence of the owl announces change
Capacity to see beyond deceit and masks
The traditional meaning of the owl spirit animal is the announcer of death, most likely symbolic like a life transition, change
(That last one explains why I’m writing a pre-dystopian book series.)
This site says that Native Americans call the owl the Night Eagle.
Yup, all of us. All the tribes. Most of the sites are willing to differentiate between the Greeks and the Celts but figure that all Native Americans have a common vocabulary.
The site has a funny pun though.
“In Native American superstition Owl represents sacred knowledge”
Anyway, it’s still fun to look these things up. I don’t believe the Internet can give you a quiz to reveal your actual spirit animal or guardian spirit. I’m not going to call it cultural appropriation, because that would be like calling flavored water and flavored vodka the same thing.
Speaking of owls, did you know that the Operation Awesome Team is looking for new members? Check out the post!
National Novel Promotion Month took place in May. I missed it. Better late than never!
Today was a review of the week. Nothing to post about that here. Way to go and congratualtions to the winners from May. Speaking of winners, please check out my photo contest! There’s still time to enter. Just click the image: