“I see into your Spirit. I know who you are”.
I saw a barn owl hovering above a median strip on the way back from Melbourne yesterday. I’ve never seen owls before in the wild and this was the second on in roughly six weeks.
Keywords: mystery of magic, omens, silent wisdom, vision in the night, change, intuition, symbolic death, capacity to see beyond deceit and masks.
In Indian American traditions, the owl is called the Night Eagle. The owl totem has a special connection with the night and the moon, while the eagle is connected to the sun.
The owl is associated with witchcraft in a number of European and some American Indian traditions. Witches would often take the owl as an animal spirit guide.
It’s the Sacred Owl Medicine of flying silently in Darkness and Seeing the Light, Blending both into oneness. Owl Medicine isn’t asking because Owl doesn’t know, Owl is asking you. Who, Who are you? Who, Who do you want to become?
The owl is the symbol of the feminine, the moon and the night, because of this owl has ties to fertility and seduction. It is believed to possess great healing powers both in North America and other continents. The owl is also the bird of darkness and magic, of prophecy and higher wisdom.
The yellow colouring of some owl eyes is very symbolic; hinting at the light of the sun, a light in the darkness, alive in the dark of night.
Barn owls have a uniquely heart shaped face reflecting the ability to link the heart and mind. Because of its ghostly appearance at night it is an owl
Whose medicine can connect you to old haunts and spirits of properties and homes that may still be lingering around. A wonderful medicine to work with to help develop mediumship and spirit contact.
Owls are symbolic of death in many traditions. In most cases however, it should not be taken literally: If the owl is associated with death, it can be viewed a symbolic death, meaning a transition in life, important changes that are taking place or about to happen.
When the owl shows up in your life, pay attention to the winds of change. Perhaps you are about to leave some old habits, a situation that no longer serve you or bring something new in your life.