The Meaning of a Hummingbird Sighting

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A Symbol of Infinite Joy, Resilience, and Energy

Have you ever had a hummingbird sighting? Despite their size, they are able to do things that no other bird or animal can do. For instance, hummingbirds can fly backward and forwards and even hover in mid-air. Hummingbirds may be tiny, but their spiritual message is huge—you have the flexibility and stamina to do far more than you think possible. Perhaps there’s a place in your life that calls for you to be more flexible, to bend like a willow without breaking like a mighty oak. It’s fluidity versus rigidity. In other words, try not to get too stuck in your ways.

As a small and colorful bird, it’s possible that the hummingbird’s appearance is a sign from Spirit that’s letting you know you’re doing okay. You’re handling life issues well and that you have shown a lot of strength, flexibility, and spirit. Spirit will also send small birds and animals that represent a shared memory between you and a loved one. In other words, a hummingbird sighting is unique, significant, and meaningful to everyone in an individual way.

Balancing Energies

You may notice how much energy and determination a hummingbird puts into finding nectar, but what you don’t often see is that they spend a good amount of time resting too. So, if you’ve been burning the candle … [keep reading]

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