Thursday, March 18, 2010

This grey heron

I don't know if it's the same one that hooted loudly to wake us all up on Monday morning, stand on a rock outside my bedroom window, but I got this picture yesterday at the wildlife preserve at Sepulveda Dam.  There were three or four grey herons standing in a field, quietly.  Astonishing, really. 

In shamanism, a heron signifies:  The ability to maintain balance. Has a secure inner foundation but not fixed. Clarity of understanding. 
Learn more about what a heron can teach you (if you are interested in such things) here.
You can find more on the spiritual powers of animals and animal totems in Animal Speak by Ted Andrews.

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