Animal Medicine: Black Bird

Published on November 11, 2012 by Amy

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Animal Medicine - Black Bird
Animal Medicine – Black Bird

Black Bird People are learning to use their gifts and talents to manifest their dreams into physical reality. Blackbird people have a talent that is ready to be released to the world, for all to see and hear. Blackbird is encouraging you to do it!

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Bird People should remember that all birds are messengers from Great Spirit.

When Black Bird Medicine grabs your attention it is asking you to embrace your own talents and reveal them to the world. In the springtime, Blackbird is heard whistling beautiful songs from dawn until dusk. Blackbird cannot hold their talent back. Blackbird flies alone and does not typically form flocks. They may associate with other birds that share their same habitat, otherwise they are doing their own thing.

Even though Black Bird Medicine is an aggressive bird, the fight never lasts long. They are known for their melodious voice where they sing from high places such as; rooftops, trees and any other elevated perch. It is interesting how they enjoy standing alone singing and catching the attention of others. Humans recognize singing as a creative talent that not everyone masters. When Blackbird Medicine comes in front of you, it is asking you to recognize your creative talent. While this may not be singing, there is a talent that you should allow to shine. In other words, do not hide your Light under a bushel, sing it from the rooftops!

Adult male Blackbirds are easy to spot because of their yellow eye-ring and bill and they are often seen carrying their melodious tune from trees, rooftops and other elevated perches. When Blackbird builds a nest, it is with careful detail, attention and with a firm foundation.

Black Bird’s message is about your creative talent, building a firm foundation to create and paying close attention to the details while at the same time sharing your inspirational gifts with the world.

Blackbird is saying: you were only waiting for this moment to arise, you were only waiting for this moment to be free.

Source: drstandley

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