“Animals share with us the privilege of having a soul.” – Pythagoras
Historically, Spirit Animals were a part of Native American culture. When a member of the tribe became thirteen years of age, they were able to discover what their spirit animals were. When they embraced who they were; they enjoyed prosperity, lived longer fuller lives. Australian Aboriginal people believed that each human being has a spiritual connection to another physical being, such as a plant or animal.
The Famous Physicist Albert Einstein once wrote in a letter to a friend: “We see our God in the wonderful order and lawfulness of all that exists in its soul as it reveals itself in man and animal.”
Everyone has five Spirit Animals, a Main and Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. They are sometimes referred to as Spirit Guides, because they are always with you. They can affect your diet, the way you move your body, and even sleeping habits.
Each Spirit Animal has a specific role such as a Mother or Alpha. It can also refer to a specific career path. They also have specific territories, which can be large or small in geographic area. This can affect where a person lives for most or just a part of their life, such as where to attend college.