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    shayn
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    Post  shayn on Sat Nov 21, 2009 2:23 pm

    anything, something, about a penguin? 

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    Post  Kaere on Sat Nov 21, 2009 3:59 pm

    The first thing that came to mind shayn was thinking about how penguins huddle together to protect themselves from the cold. They put their heads down and weather the storm.
    I also found this page - http://www.sayahda.com/cyc3.html. I found the last three paragraphs for penguin to be quite interesting...
    Because of their association with water astral projection and out of body experiences are keynote. Their movements both in water and on land indicate an ability to glide easily from one dimension to another. Penguins have the ability to consciously go out of body. They teach those with this medicine how to embrace and understand all realms of life. Individuals with penguin totems are vivid dreamers and often receive messages through the dreamtime or in a meditative state.

    The colours of the penguin are also symbolic. The colour black represents the hidden or the unknown and the color white reflects the light or awakened consciousness. The merging of the hidden with the known produces a balanced state of being. Penguin teaches you how to blend, merge and balance the dark with the light.

    Penguin is a powerful totem to have and helps you change your reality, move between the worlds and awaken full consciousness. If this master bird appears in your life get ready for a life altering course of mystery, intrigue and transformation. Once you have explored uncharted waters there will be no turning back.
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    Post  shayn on Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:10 pm

    wow kaere thanks.
    in a way it means a lot to me, and in a way i'm not sure i quite understand all of it... but i wellcome the penguin!and thank you very much for your help!!!
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    Post  innerlight on Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:24 pm

    The penguin is an amazing animal with unusual characteristics. If you ever see one in the wild it will be hard to forget. Highly specialized for their flightless aquatic existence their binocular vision is poor. Some penguins have no binocular vision at all. A sideways stare acts as a method of focusing on threatening objects. They see better in water than on land and their sense of smell is weak.

    These unique animals exude an air of properness and good manners. Gathering in groups they walk bolt upright forming several lines denoting a sense of order and purpose. They waddle with determination and focus. Those with this medicine have the same inherent abilities. If this medicine isn't fully developed call upon the penguin to help you refine and perfect these skills.

    Both male and female penguins bow to one another before entering or leaving the nest. The bow is a behavior demonstrated most often in pairs. Penguins may also walk about the area while bowing. Bowing is considered to be both a form of appeasement and a tool for maintaining social bonds. Penguin medicine people are either well mannered and polite or need to learn these abilities. This bird teaches respect to all who cross its path.

    The penguins striking black and white attire suggests formality. The Emperor penguin, the largest of this aquatic bird, dressed in a tuxedo looks as if its ready for a dinner party. Those with this totem are careful about their appearance and enjoy life styles related to high society. They are social and feel at ease in any type of situation. This gives them leadership qualities and denotes an air of self confidence.

    Penguins are master acrobats. While swimming their movements are graceful and fluid. They twist and turn in a variety of ways then shoot high out of the water landing solidly on their feet. When traveling long distances on ice the penguin toboggans on its stomach using its fins to push it along. They have been recorded at speeds up to 25 miles an hour. The penguin teaches us how to connect with our inner rhythm, honor our body and move with agility.

    Because of their association with water astral projection and out of body experiences are keynote. Their movements both in water and on land indicate an ability to glide easily from one dimension to another. Penguins have the ability to consciously go out of body. They teach those with this medicine how to embrace and understand all realms of life. Individuals with penguin totems are vivid dreamers and often receive messages through the dreamtime or in a meditative state.

    The colors of the penguin are also symbolic. The color black represents the hidden or the unknown and the color white reflects the light or awakened consciousness. The merging of the hidden with the known produces a balanced state of being. Penguin teaches you how to blend, merge and balance the dark with the light.

    Penguin is a powerful totem to have and helps you change your reality, move between the worlds and awaken full consciousness. If this master bird appears in your life get ready for a life altering course of mystery, intrigue and transformation. Once you have explored uncharted waters there will be no turning back.
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    Post  shayn on Sat Nov 21, 2009 5:26 pm

    thank you Innerlight.
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    Post  innerlight on Sat Nov 21, 2009 5:38 pm

    shayn wrote:thank you Innerlight.


    welcome
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    Post  shayn on Sat Nov 21, 2009 5:55 pm

    so i know it might be a stupid question, but what am i suppose to do now with the penguin?now that i got some meaning for what a penguin stands for. it was like it was standing on top of me watch me sleeping, looking at me, and it was like a visit. i can't tell for sure if it was a dream, my imagination, or that he truly been there standing in my room.thanksS 
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    Post  innerlight on Sat Nov 21, 2009 6:40 pm

    First off do penguins mean anything for you? If so it could of just been a form that was most comforting to you. Seeing a giant ugly spider hovering over your bed may not be the best way to offer aid, or console you.

    Animal guides, are similar in vain to spirit guides that can come through your life and teach you new things, and share their wisdom with you.
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    Post  shayn on Sat Nov 21, 2009 6:53 pm

    thanks innerlight.i must admit that penguins mean nothing to me.. never been thinking about them...but they are lovely animals.as an animal guide: i guess then i should just be open to it.....
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