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lightwinds
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Anyone practise this.

love and blessings
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Wendy x

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RE: Working with bird spirits

yup:D.....and like anything you will get back what you put in;)

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ellsbells2
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RE: Working with bird spirits

I sometimes work with what we call a Hoodie crow,which are Ravens in England.I had one till last year who sat on the pole in the garden and talked or chattered at me. I was out of the country for 6months and he was not there when I came back.A few days later I heard a scratching in the chimney breast, and there was a new hoodie fallen down the chimney. Got him out ,he pecked me but didnt break the skin, I now have a new messenger,he is a lovely shiny black with the grey hood, very sleek. He hasent brought me any messages yet, maybe I havent been listening properly.

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RE: Working with bird spirits

ORIGINAL: ellsbells2

I sometimes work with what we call a Hoodie crow,which are Ravens in England.

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, I now have a new messenger,he is a lovely shiny black with the grey hood, very sleek.

That's maybe because he is a Jackdaw, and speaks a different dialect of 'crow'.
Very intelligent, sociable & family (flock)oriented.
Ravens are big! 4 foot wingspan, and about twice the body size of a jackdaw.
I have a family of Jackdaws sharing my house (chimneys + 75ft Oak in my garden)
and a visiting raven who bullies them on the ground, but is mobbed by several
jackdaws when leaving the scene! I have hours of endless entertainment
watching them. Congrat's on your new friend.

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RE: Working with bird spirits

well maybe this is where i may get answers about this bird
my hubby who is spiritualy inclined but closes of to it
when he was seriously ill and at deaths door a magpie used to come and sit at the tree outside our front window it would come each day at same time just looking in at us and then once me hubby got slighlty better it left but still come sback occassionally now since then i feel drawn more to the magpie and often wonder if it is my hubbys guide in some way hope someone can explain this to me tyx

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stickwhistler
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RE: Working with bird spirits

May I respectfully suggest that you make a journey to find out about the magpie?
Then you will know the answers you need.
It maybe the magpie is your helper/guide/messenger
or another persons(somebody who knew of the problem)helper
sent to assist at the time.

If you make a journey, perhaps you will find out.
Let us know the outcome please.

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well may iask how i can find out and what journey please

aslo me hubby got feeling it was his late dad who passed away about 8 months b4 my hubbys ilness ty tc from rowx

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well may iask how i can find out and what journey please

May I respectfully suggest you read
[link= http://www.healthypages.net/forum/tm.asp?m=298885]http://www.healthypages.net/forum/tm.asp?m=298885[/link]

and maybe a couple of books e.g. anything by
Sandra Ingerman - who also does an excellent audio book
with drumming tracks - available from Amazon or Play.com;
a nice little book called "shamanism" by Will Adcock
that is readily available (ebay); "Modern shamanic living" by Evelyn Rysdyk;
and if you can get a copy "The Way of the Shaman" by Michael Harner.
Or Google shamanism. At the risk of annoying the Mod's
you might find [link= http://www.shamanelder.com/ashamansjourney.htm]http://www.shamanelder.com/ashamansjourney.htm[/link]
& [link= http://www.shamana.co.uk/]http://www.shamana.co.uk/[/link]or [link= http://www.shamansshadow.com/info.htm]http://www.shamansshadow.com/info.htm[/link]
will keep you occupied for a while.

Like all spiritual journeys, the rest is up to you, so give it a go!
May your adventure be excellent :).

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RE: Working with bird spirits

He is a raven although not full grown yet. I have received the message he brought. I know what to do to help the person the message was about. I cant change what is happening.

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row82
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RE: Working with bird spirits

ty very much and will read and find out more and get back to you ty tcx

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RE: Working with bird spirits

To add to stickwhistlers list for trainings there is a fantastic women only training in UK

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RE: Working with bird spirits

happy new year everybody!

i came on to post a question specifically do to with something that happened new year's day morning so am pleased to find this thread already running πŸ™‚

I wanted to ask people's opinion on what this means - i was walking very early new year's morning - still out from the night before but don't tell anyone! - and a blackbird flew down right in front of me, hopped in front to keep up with us as we were walking and looked behind at me a few times ( i felt it was to see if i had noticed it) and when i had it flew off.

i really felt it meant something (the last time i felt like that was about a symbol i experienced which when i researched turned out to be the celtic triple spiral).

from what i've seen on other sites the blackbird is a spiritual animal but i'm not sure what to make of it or how to progress from here. what do you guys think?

x x x

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hahaha just seen the thread further down the page about blackbirds. how exciting! i do love healthypages πŸ˜€

x x x

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RE: Working with bird spirits

Hello everyone

While watching a blackbirdon the shed roof this morning, I could see it's aura quite clearly, and so I stood quietly nearby, justobserving it. Then I was moved to stretch out my own aura towards it, and at exactly the moment I did so, it suddenly took flight, and flew towards me, passing very near to my side - much closer than a blackbird would normally fly.

Does anyone have any thoughts or ideasabout this?

love epinay
x

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RE: Working with bird spirits

The Blackbird would have come close because it know your are a kindred spirit, it sences your willingness to communicate with his spirit, call blackbird offen, for he has much to teach you I feel.

love and blessings
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Wendy xx

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RE: Working with bird spirits

Thank you lightwinds - I will do that. I have always felt a close affinity with the birds, right since I was very small.

I felt a strong tingle when I read your reply - that reassures me that its not just in my imagination - sometimes I do wonder and its so good to receive this type of reassurance.

love epinay
x

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RE: Working with bird spirits

epinay

I'm shore little blackbird will teach you many thing and he sing a beautiful song asthe daytimeis drawning to a close, you only need to listen to hear the word's of the Blackbird song.

love and blessings
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Wendy x

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RE: Working with bird spirits

I have just listened to you playing the pipes,very uplifting, I cant find them again I must have been journeying,It was a long wood pipe not bagpipes, beautiful clear notes,it was cold,3notes flat,although I am tone deaf.It was very beautiful.

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RE: Working with bird spirits

[link=

The player is a guy called David, and you may be able email him about his playing of his NAF
from the link.
Apparently he likes playing at that spot because of the acoustics.

Nice.

edited because I splet it wrong πŸ™‚

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thanks stickwhistler, that is a beautiful site for flute music I have added it to my favourites.

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RE: Working with bird spirits

What about sparrows? I have always been told sparrows were deaths messanger...

last year when the hubby came to live with me we would go out walking almost every saturday - and we would see all these beautiful baby sparrows...and they followed us practically everywhere - like they wernt scared of us at all...we watched them grow up...and even in winter we can still find a few - but not so friendly - sparrows....

not sure that means anythin...

Thanks

Ada

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lightwinds
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The player is a guy called David, and you may be able email him about his playing of his NAF
from the link.
Apparently he likes playing at that spot because of the acoustics.

Nice.

thankyou for the link, lovely.

love and blessings
lightwinds
Wendy x

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RE: Working with bird spirits

What about sparrows? I have always been told sparrows were deaths messanger...

last year when the hubby came to live with me we would go out walking almost every saturday - and we would see all these beautiful baby sparrows...and they followed us practically everywhere - like they wernt scared of us at all...we watched them grow up...and even in winter we can still find a few - but not so friendly - sparrows....

not sure that means anythin...

Thanks

Ada

Little Sparrow they do not bring death, but much friendship, they will alway appear happy little souls, they fear man, but know who will be friendly with then over time.

love and blessings
lightwinds
Wendy xx

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RE: Working with bird spirits

The Blackbird would have come close because it know your are a kindred spirit, it sences your willingness to communicate with his spirit, call blackbird often, for he has much to teach you I feel.

Hi lightwinds

I believe in the evolution of the spirit. Therefore there could be more that just a kindred spirit involved.

Have you ever wondered why some people have such a wonderful affinity with animals?

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Hi Lightwinds , every time I see a single magpie I have to acknowledge it's loneliness by saluting the bird and say " Don't be sad Mr Magpie ".........havn't got a clue why , it was the thing to do as we grew up....and have always done so......all of my family do the same........ any ideas why this is.

Also , where I walk in the forest birds tend to follow me around , they will let me walk past them.......then overtake me , and let me catch up, this can continue for all of the walk wthin the forest.....the birds vary....but always do the same......my wife noticed this as well , when she has been with me.........any ideas.......oh by the way, I'm quite at home within the forest.

Brightest Blessings

Oakapple

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Blue Ibis which are a grey blue colour,sacred Ib is which are white are visiting the garden. I also have cinnamon and cape doves.Alittle bird which looks like a minature penguin which can fly,dont no its name though. It sits on the fence and looks at me,looking at it.It reminds me of a robin,although not the colouring.:eek:

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RE: Working with bird spirits

A wren visited me today, in my kitchen. Came, looked around, watched me a bit, and left.
Robins were talking to us quite animatedly a couple days ago, and there's a cardinal that sings his best when I come out back the last few days. Last week a hawk perched on our deck, but methinks that had more to do with our dogs leftovers than any message he had to give πŸ˜€
The wren in the kitchen was nice though. They seem special to me.

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Hi lightwinds

I believe in the evolution of the spirit. Therefore there could be more that just a kindred spirit involved.

Have you ever wondered why some people have such a wonderful affinity with animals?

it's because the animal knows the spirit within and trust a person or not to trust a person, it will be drawn to a open heart that have true love.

love and blessings
lightwinds
Wendy xx

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RE: Working with bird spirits

Ellbells

Blue Ibis which are a grey blue colour,sacred Ib is which are white are visiting the garden. I also have cinnamon and cape doves.Alittle bird which looks like a minature penguin which can fly,dont no its name though. It sits on the fence and looks at me,looking at it.It reminds me of a robin,although not the colouring.

how lovely ells xxx

love and blessings
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Wendy xx

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Hello Oakapple

Hi Lightwinds , every time I see a single magpie I have to acknowledge it's loneliness by saluting the bird and say " Don't be sad Mr Magpie ".........havn't got a clue why , it was the thing to do as we grew up....and have always done so......all of my family do the same........ any ideas why this is.

Magpie has long be given a bad repretation for being a bird that attacks smaller birds and steals things and so year ago people would fear magpies thinking they would bringbad luck.
If you salut the magpie your are saying "I fear you not".

Also , where I walk in the forest birds tend to follow me around , they will let me walk past them.......then overtake me , and let me catch up, this can continue for all of the walk wthin the forest.....the birds vary....but always do the same......my wife noticed this as well , when she has been with me.........any ideas.......oh by the way, I'm quite at home within the forest.

You have a infinity with nature, I feel you once may have live in the woods, forestin a past life and have brought this memory with you into this life, you maybe here to help others learn to understand the love and wisdom of what nature can offer us, instead of themdistorying such beauty.
A treedose not alwaysneed to becut downto bemade into a book, if you enter the woods, listen to the trees, the birds, they will opena book, one chater at a time, each book has a ending, but nature has no ending, it has always a begining which last for ever.
Each little bird has a story to tell and they get excited when they know a person has come to listen to them in song. One only needs to open one's heart to the spirit of the birds and the birds will sing each note and from each note will come a Symphony.

love and blessings
lightwinds
Wendy xxx

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