Dolphin As An Animal Totem

In Native American traditions, Brother Dolphin can work as a messenger totem from the animal kingdom. He typically signifies that there is something of an unexpected nature that is about to happen. The event or change will usually have some sort of glorious benefit to either you or the people you influence. Almost a divinely given substantial life food is possible, like the manna of the Bible, when Dolphin acts as one of your animal totems.

Brother Dolphin teaches us about the breath of life and that by changing the rhythm and rate of our breath we can tap into other energies of life. We learn to use our life-manna through our breathing to revitalize each cell and organ in our bodies. We learn to not limit the dimensions of our physical reality and to open ourselves to the messages we receive during Dreamtime.

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If you were drawn to this post today, Brother Dolphin may be working with you. It may indicate that you are a link to a solution to benefit the Earth Children. It might signify that you have reached a time to find answers to your questions or those of others around you. You should be mindful of your patterns of energy and your body rhythms as they are being fed to you by Creator. Ride the waves of your life with laughter and spread the joy to the world you live in, like Brother Dolphin.

While researching the medicine of Brother Dolphin so that I could write to you about it today, I couldn’t help but think about my dear friend Joan. I wonder if, at least at one time, Brother Dolphin was working with her. She is one of the most joyful people I know and she wrote about a Dolphin Swim in the Florida Keys that she and her family enjoyed.

If Dolphin appears to be working with you, relax, check your breathing rhythms, break down barriers, and feed on the life-manna that your animal totem is bringing you.

~Mitakuye Oyasin~ We are all related

About Beverly Two Feathers

Bev Owens writes as a Squidoo lensmaster under the pen name of BevsPaper. Bev also writes for the blog Old West Legends. She is the author and owner of the blog Native American Totems. Her Google+ profile is Beverly Owens
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