Spirit Animals: Unlocking the Secrets of Our Animal Companions [NOOK Book]

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Long ago, many cultures regarded certain animals as reflecting a person's true essence, as a link between this world and the spiritual realm. Today, this cosmic connection has become a cultural touchstone for a new generation. This illuminating book explains how to connect with and channel the unique powers of 40 different spirit animals. Featuring a menagerie of creatures, from the wise owl and crafty fox to the tranquil turtle and bold lion, each entry provides a detailed description of the animal's ...
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Spirit Animals: Unlocking the Secrets of Our Animal Companions

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Overview

Long ago, many cultures regarded certain animals as reflecting a person's true essence, as a link between this world and the spiritual realm. Today, this cosmic connection has become a cultural touchstone for a new generation. This illuminating book explains how to connect with and channel the unique powers of 40 different spirit animals. Featuring a menagerie of creatures, from the wise owl and crafty fox to the tranquil turtle and bold lion, each entry provides a detailed description of the animal's personality, mythology, and innate powers. Helpful text provides readers with clues and meditations for discovering their own spirit animal as well as information on how other animals can be called on to help with specific desires from overcoming fear to finding true love. Lavishly illustrated by a collection of cutting-edge artists, this book is the perfect primer for those seeking access to the primal wisdom of the animal kingdom.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452120270
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC
  • Publication date: 9/18/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 108
  • Sales rank: 687,823
  • File size: 15 MB
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Meet the Author

Stefanie Iris Weiss is a writer, astrologer, and animal lover who lives and works in New York.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2014

    THE LOST TRIBES SEASON TWO PART 5

    Tsunami was flying away from Fierceteeth and her friends as fire blew toward her in the sky as a storm started to brew at nighttime. It started out from little tiny raindrops, and then there was a heavy tempest. Ha! I lost them! Tsunami looked behind her, seeing that they weren't chasing after her. Suddenly, golf-sized balls started falling. I've got to find a cave, thought Tsunami frantically when she did she one as she flew toward it. She rested there, thinking for a while. Did Fierceteeth and her buddies get on the wrong track? Was Clay safe? Was everybody else safe? What were the NightWings planning and why were they doing this? Queen Glory had led them to GLORY and they had abused it. They had really abused it. "Hi...what are you doing here?" Ochre was there, more fully grown than last time, but half the size of Clay. "WHY ARE YOU HERE?" "Calm down! Calm down! Shhhh!" Ochre covered Tsunami's mouth. "The Cave Gerander Robbers! They're most known for taking someone else's caves as they're homes! They're really big, bullies, and you DON'T want to miss with them!" "Mess with what?" A big, bulky, dragon came into the cave with three others. "See? Told you!" Ochre scowled at Tsunami and ran through the cave. "Come on! This way! Before!" Claws rapped Tsunami's back as one Gerander tackled her. "Get. Off. ME!" Tsunami managed to roll the dragon aside and run. "Oh...you're not escaping if that's what you think," Fierceteeth and Morrowseer appeared in the tunnel as Tsunami made a quick run for it. "AFTER THEM!" Morrowseer ordered the robbers. How was Morrowseer still alive. She found Ochre at the northeast end of the tunnel. "I found some torches," he said," Maybe it even may block the criminals and you...too," He put the torches in front of Tsunami, blocking her from escaping. Backstabber! The guards were getting close. Maybe I should fly into the smoke to risk it, thought Tsunami, so she did, burning a finger as she screamed in pain but she still flew. "Urghhhh! She got away!" Fierceteeth shook her fist. "Oh...don't worry! We've got COMPANY!" Many NightWings appeared out of the sky chasing Tsunami as she fought some that got even near her. She had to risk to escape by falling in holes in the canyons to hide. She flew toward the holes, the dragons pursuing her. Ochre had already flown over the mountains and now was in the distance. She came to the canyons and hid in one of the holes. "Where did she go? Start the catapults!" Sooner or later, fireballs started blasting into the canyon as Tsunami quickly flew through many tunnels. As she got to the last tunnel, the whole mountain blasted into bits, crushing the NightWings. Tsunami had escaped. Now. Now? She would follow Ochre.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2013

    Goooooooooood booooooooooook

    Goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2013

    Ok But thalts just me

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