It’s the birthday time of the otters! For those not familiar with Sun Bear’s Earth Astrology, those born January 20 – February 18 have otter as their birth animal totem and naturally align with their personalities. Whether it’s river or sea otter, otters are the most playful, social, affectionate and voracious eaters around as water loving, furry mammals.
Did you know? Sea otters will float together on their backs in groups of 10 to 100 forming “rafts”. The groups are typically arranged as females together and males together with the pups spending time in each group. Sea otters take care of the necessities of life while floating: traveling, grooming, resting, and nursing their young.
How’s that for relaxation and focus? Where can you implement a little otter medicine in your life?
As you journey from childhood through adulthood, painful experiences and traumas imprint not only on your psyches but also in the cells of your physical body. This cellular imprinting of pain causes trace minerals in the body to coalesce into metallic bands of “armor”. This “armoring” restricts and blocks the free flow of energy in your body, keeping you in patterned behaviors that produce dysfunction, illness and premature aging.
Your true nature’s spirit, or soul essence, is trapped inside a prison!
Shamanic De-Armoring is an intense healing process that loosens these past pain tapes held within the body, frees and expands the overall life force energy and stimulates vital health and happiness. It is a modernized shamanic technique and ceremony that restores one back to a natural balance. As a result, your life force energy will pulse through your body with greater power and magnitude.
The next 15-day intensive Shamanic De-Armoring workshop is happening this Feb 9 – Feb 23rd in Seattle, Washington!
For more info on what is Shamanic De-Armoring, testimonials and more, click here.
Happy birthday to the snowgeese! If you’re not familiar with Sunbear’s Earth Astrology, the snowgoose is the animal totem associated with those born Dec 22 – Jan 19. There is much unique about the snowgoose.
Have you ever watched a flock of geese flying in their traditional “V” formation? Two engineers learned that each bird, by flapping its wings, creates an uplift for the bird that follows. Together the whole flock gains approx. 70% greater flying range than if they were flying alone.
How is that for energy efficiency? Can you think of where you can apply snowgoose efficiency within your life?