The Flamingo Animal Totem
If a flamingo has wandered across your path, he is reminding you to get in touch with your emotions. From Linsdomain.com I learned: “Flamingo signals a time of cleansing and filtering to find out what nourishes and heals the heart. Flamingo shows you how to follow your heart in all of your endeavors.”
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|Look for the word “courage” in the water near the flamingo’s beak. The word “play” is more obvious just above the waterline. The word “fun” in white is just visible below my signature.
After researching the meanings of different animal totems and their spirits, I arrived at this significance of flamingos:
Here is what I learned from www.spirit-animals.com: “Flamingos may be letting you know that it is time for you to get out and socialize and have some fun in your life. This will be helpful in letting go of stressful situations and coming to terms with changes in your life. Know that new ideas and options will be revealed to you by immersing yourself in the company of others and allowing yourself to balance in gratitude for what you have. Appreciate those around you.”
Invite this animal spirit to watch over your room and remind you to get out and have the courage to play and have fun!
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