Animal Medicine: Wild Boar

Published on November 12, 2012 by Amy

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Wild Boar
Wild Boar

Boar People are learning to face their fears. This is because Boar Medicine symbolizes fearlessness, aggressiveness and courage. Boar Medicine typically travels in a group (sounder), yet it is the adult experienced male Boar that is usually found alone.

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The prominent ridge along Boar Medicine’s spine is also common, giving rise to the name ridgebacks or razorback.

When Boar Medicine grabs your attention it is asking you to confront your fears having full knowledge that you already have the wit and wisdom to overcome anything in your path without having to get physically tough with it. Many ancient cultures have used Boar Medicine for its healing powers because of its ability to confront the unknown without fear.

Boar’s message is about courage and protection; while at the same time remaining defiant and confident that your wisdom through experience will get you to place that you desire to be.

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