The hawk symbolizes a need to start looking forward, envisioning your path ahead, and perhaps even preparing for a greater role in life.
By: LJ Innes The Bird of Ancient Wisdom and Second Sight If you have a crow sighting, and he insists on getting your attention, what does it mean? The crow is asking you to see beyond the limitations of sight alone. He’s asking you to tap into your intuitive second sight and the wisdom of…
burning a paper with someone’s name on it while saying, “Burn in hell,” is not closure—it’s just mean.
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Use the power of natural elements to help you release the past.
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