Animal Medicine: Bull

Published on November 12, 2012 by Amy

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Bull People are learning to use their God-given strength and power to hold their ground in order to manifest desires into physical reality.

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When Bull Medicine grabs your attention it is asking you to gather your strength and power, which are not only physical, but mental as well. Bringing together strength and power from within to create will-power in order to hold your ground when the going seems to be getting tough.

Not only does Bull Medicine bring many gifts through their physical contribution, they are also believed to bring rain to the tribe with their thundering hooves, which is another symbol of abundance. This is because the sound of their hooves hitting the ground sounds just like an earthquake. This sound gives them dominion over the earth, even when the earth, quakes.

Bull also represents fertility since one single Bull can impregnate entire herds of cows, which is another form of abundance. For this reason, Bull Medicine is called upon to Bless intimate relations.

Bull’s message is about using your inner strength and power in order to call abundance into your Life. Much like Buffalo Medicine it is asking you to embrace abundance in ALL forms. Look around you; there may be something in your space that has the capacity to create more abundance than you realize. When Bull Medicine comes in front of you, it is reminding you to think abundantly and the ability to replicate is in your grasp.

Source: drstandley

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