According to the Chinese tradition of Feng Shui, there are certain animals that bring good luck, prosperity, wealth and any kind of good fortune. Keeping the symbols of these animals, their pictures or the animals themselves at home or around the house is extremely beneficial for the favorable energies that they bring to our lives. These animals are: fu dogs, dragons, goldfish, three-legged frogs, bats, cranes, elephants, turtles.
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I explain the meanings and messages associated with the camel totem or power animal. I also include a story about my personal journey finding my spirit animal through meditation.
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An introduction to animal spirits, familiars, animal guides and totems with information on how to find your spirit animal.
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