Identifying animal tracks of the Wolf

Published on May 16, 2011 by Amy

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Tracks of wolf
Tracks of wolf

Native Americans viewed animal tracks as shadow prints on our lives – left by the spirit of the animal.

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Wolf

Wolf tracks indicate the presence of a teacher, and spiritual energy. The Wolf is connected with Sirius, the star in the Canis Major constellation, where from the teachers of ancient times originated. This being the case, the Wolf is a symbol of mentoring, teaching, and wisdom for us. Additionally, it’s connection with Sirius, along with its nocturnal habits of howling at the moon make the Wolf a largely spiritual teacher. When we cross paths with the Wolf we are urged to be aware that we are all teachers to everyone we meet. In a single sentence we can teach love or hate to all those we encounter.

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