Everyone has power animals. A pet, favorite animal, an animal you’re scared of; these are animals that support you during your life journey with their characteristics and symbolic meaning.
Every imaginable animal is a power animal, but there are twelve that – just like Zodiac Signs – fit your birthdate. Look for your astrological totem and get to know its characteristics.
Just like the bird itself, the falcon-type is not afraid to make exciting flights and fly at great heights. No matter how high their position or leap of faith is, they have their target in sight in no time and then make the dive. Falcons are direct and have difficulty with people who dawdle.
Beavers built up a good career, nice family, safe relationship, and a warm home base. And during this building, they are determined and do not try to tell them anything, anything at all. Beaver-types radiate trust, warmth, and stability.
The deer is versatile, social, charming, and interested. This type loves to do a thousand things at the same time. They do get bored quickly and like to be in good company all the time. Language and communication are usually a big talent of these types.
Woodpeckers feel their best when taking care of someone. They are very emotional and sensitive and who like to bond, but do have a difficult time letting go. A woodpecker needs some time to process things and must be alert they do not start worrying too much.
For a salmon big is not big enough. These people breathe lust for life, passion, and ambition. They find it very important to be seen for what they’re worth. High expectations of themselves and others can often become too much for the salmon.
The brown bear is solid as a rock. Its appearance is impressive, but in reality, he or she is soft and loving. These people work hard and like routine and agreements. They are faithful and loyal and have an extreme dislike for sentiment and melodrama.
Kind, fun, and colorful; crows are good company. From the outside, they are socially easy, but on the inside, they can be battling indecisiveness and agitation. A crow is very critical but does not always express this openly.
Deep emotions, repeating transformations, and a mysterious appearance are characterizations of the snake. These people know the highest heights and the deepest lows of life and stay clear of superficiality. They are exciting people who stand in the shadows just as easily as in the light.
Enthusiasm characterizes the owl. These people love a challenge and discovering new possibilities and chances. There is nothing an owl does not have a well-thought opinion about. These people are adventurous and always keep their independence.
Gooses work hard and do this with full commitment. They are people who do not like finery, because that what is practically necessary is enough for them. Gooses do not have too many friends, but the ones they have are for life.
You can expect surprises when dealing with an otter. These people see life as one big experiment. They investigate and make plans to manifest their ideas, but do not always carry these out. Their eccentric and unpredictable character is their trademark.
Wolves are sensitive and artistic. These people need seclusion to recharge, they are a sponge for other people’s emotions, atmospheres, and impressions. This makes them very adept as a medium, coach, or therapist.
Text: Fabienne Peters