Totem Tuesdays

June 10, 2014

 

Your Power Animal for today is…Scarab Beetle

 

 

Anyone who knows me, knows my deep attachment to anything Egyptian. So this totem has come to me today. This animal was shown in one of the many favorite episodes of my favorite tv show The Twilight Zone. Queen of the Nile-http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_of_the_Nile_(The_Twilight_Zone)
“Open the door to lives long gone.
Show me the door with the spiritual key,
The door to my past, to the lives that I lived.
My spiritual pattern I need to see.”

Scarab
Resurrection

The Scarab is a symbol of the sun and an emblem of Egyptian god Khepera,
the god of the Sun and immortality.
Their image was placed with the mummified remains of the dead
as a source of new life in the next world.
In the Middle Ages, alchemists drew the scarab in diagrams of the double spiral,
which leads to the center of the universe.
The Scarab brings new life and vitality.
It can teach you how to pace yourself through the seasonal changes of the year.
Also, gives insight into past lives and spiritual enlightenment.
Scarab Beetle
(Dung Beetle is included in this species)
Be aware of the things you do and take responsibility for all of your actions.
-Scarab Beetle
If Scarab Beetle has crawled into your life;
You are being asked to make changes in your life that do not necessarily comply with you being true to yourself. You must evaluate the situation in its entirety and find a way to compromise so that you can maintain your own personal integrity and beliefs. The influences that surround you right now is probably an ongoing unresolved family situation that requires your participation even though you are simply part of the peripheral circumstance. Find a way to remove yourself from the drama and be a harbor of sanity in the midst of the insanity.

Alternatively the Scarab Beetle is giving you notice of positive outcomes to the current difficulties you are now facing. Know that things are rolling to a close and that by maintaining your integrity it will soon be resolved.

If Scarab Beetle is your Animal Totem;
You are a highly sensitive and sentient person with the gifts of clairvoyance and clairsentience. Both of these gifts work unobtrusive with in your instincts. You are always in the right place at the right time and know exactly how to get there. You never give up on a project and always find a way to see things to a full resolution or completion. You waste nothing, recycle obsessively, are frugal to a fault almost and have a very deep understanding of mother earth and her needs. Your life seems to be one of constant change however you always maintain your own sense of integrity throughout all of this. You have the ability to turn all things negative into a positive. You lean towards the sciences of botany, biology and anthropology as career choices.

If Scarab Beetle has come into your Dreams;
To see a Scarab Beetle in your dream symbolizes your ability to survive, adapt, and change. Know that you are on the right path. It can also be symbolic of your anxieties about death and aging. Alternatively, the Scarab Beetle represents the sun, resurrection, and immortality.

To see a Dung Beetle ( A matter of perception because a Dung Beetle is a Scarab Beetle) in your dream is an indication that you must look for all of the possible positive outcomes in your current situation rather than focusing on the negative. What is happening in your life is about new possibilities.
Additional Associations for Scarab Beetle;
Staying on track
Connection to spherical power
Moving forward in a straight line
Divine Wisdom
Ability to move heavy objects
Productiveness
Persistence
Understanding of Reason
Re-emergence and Resurrection
Immortality
Spontaneous generation
Renewal of life
Power of the Sun
Life principles
Guide of the Soul to the Cosmos
Seat of Consciousness
Responsibility for ones actions
Integrity
Purifier of Manifestation
Fertility
Creativity
Transformation
Forever Becoming
Androgyny

square-scarab

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