Animal Spirits: The Sea Gull


Sea Gull

I admire animals’ ability and ease in picking up on very subtle energies and vibrations, not just the energies and vibrations of humans and other animals, but those of all of Nature and the spirit realm. One of my Alaskan Malamutes recently surprised me when she suddenly got up from a nap to specifically look out the window at something in the sky. As she looked, she was almost mesmerized, so I got up to see what magical thing it was that drew her away from her slumber. Far off in the distance I saw a single sea gull dancing soundlessly against the clear blue sky. It was almost as if it was performing for us. We watched for a few minutes before the sea gull took a bow and left to head back across the peaks towards the ocean.

Birds in general are messengers of Spirit and the spirit realm. Sea Gulls in particular symbolize:

  • Communication with Angels and Deities
  • Ability to view things from a higher perspective
  • Responsibility
  • Friendship

Synchronistically, I had recently begun to talk to, pray to, and communicate with a few of the Archangels, and feel that this was a message from the angels letting me know that they hear my thoughts and words and are there for me like good friends. The next morning when I got up I discovered a feather in my room. Finding random feathers symbolizes:

  • Being on a higher spiritual path
  • Higher awareness
  • Truth
  • Lightness
  • Ascension
  • Prayers

Thank you angels and spirit guides! Fly…

About Julianne Victoria

I am a Spiritual Counselor, Shamanic Healer, Writer, & Creator. I hope to help heal, teach, and inspire others on their souls' journeys and in this life. © Julianne Victoria and Through the Peacock's Eyes Press under the Common Law Copyright
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24 Responses to Animal Spirits: The Sea Gull

  1. I always spent my half an hour to read this
    psychic website’s articles or reviews every day along with a mug
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  2. speedyrabbit says:

    Beautiful Julianne,xx Rachel

  3. Paula says:

    Reblogged this on the art of life and commented:
    Seagull, you fly across the horizon
    Into the misty mornin’ sun
    Nobody asks you where you are going
    Nobody knows where you’re from
    -Bad Company

  4. Paula says:

    I see seagulls all the time and I live 30 min away from the beach. I guess this is normal. I had a june bug fly in my house everyday at the same time for about 2 weeks last year. A humming bird flew right in front of my face the other day and took off. I am reading Ted Andrews “Animal Speak” now. He has a whole chapter on bird medicine. I took one on my feathers, given to me by a native american, and used it with reiki on my doggies. i just ‘winged’ it. 🙂

  5. fozziemum says:

    How beautiful Julianne and I had just doe a post on my seagull experience ! I am always transfixed by birds here..40 different types and seems a new one all the time is added to my list….so I am always finding feathers..i fly with them some days…up there I think perspective is realigned and you feel your problems are so small 🙂 thankyou for this lovely post 🙂 bev x

  6. Made me think of Richard Bach. 🙂

  7. renatembell says:

    Love this! Talk about synchronicity… wait until you see my Photo Friday this week! 😉 and a feather appeared on me yesterday! I noticed it at my desk in the office …never alone… Thank you for spreading the love and excitement. 🙂

  8. Aggie says:

    That is so cool… Not to diminish this one, but I have to look and see if you’ve done one on chickens. 😉

  9. FireBonnet says:

    I see quite a few hawks on our motorcycle rides, both soaring and perching. I always try to pinpoint what it is I am thinking/feeling when we connect… they are very special to me. Funny you should say that about Archangels. I just hosted some for a week about a month ago. It was lovely to bask in their energy and listen to their guidance.

  10. What a great story Julie. You are indeed blessed. I get a feeling that is indescribable upon a bird visitation. I am happy for you!!

    xx Linda

  11. Very interesting, I didn’t know.

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