Animal Spirits: The Coyote

coyote_snowWhere I now live, there are coyotes all around. I’ve encountered a young, curious one in a park while walking my Alaskan Malamutes. I can often hear them singing to each other during the night, and occasionally I will see one on the road nearby that separates the residential area and the farmlands that lead up to the mountains. I feel connected to them when I see or hear them, as if they are guiding and affirming the changes and transformations in my own life.

Coyotes are a skillful, intelligent, and resourceful canine (Canis latrans), and with their playful and seemingly fearless behaviors they symbolize youth and trickster energy.

coyote playful

In Native American cultures, the coyote is seen as a shapeshifter, reminding us to be adaptable to change and that by removing our masks/personas we find our True Self. They are also seen as a transformer, bringing both endings and new life, including singing humans into being. Listen to coyote:

The Coyote Symbolizes:

  • Transformation, Change, Death & Rebirth
  • Shapeshifting
  • Playfulness, Stealth, & Trickster Energy
  • Intelligence & Resourcefulness

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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6 Responses to Animal Spirits: The Coyote

  1. I just love our natural animals Julianne… thank you for sharing the coyote sightings, much love Barbara x
    p.s. on another note, would you be interested in participating in my guest blogger/author feature? Please read all about it in my post here… looking forward to hearing from you x

  2. What a coincidence to receive this in my mail box… while hiking along Mount Scio just yesterday I came upon a lady who put me in mind of you. She was just starting in on the trail with her German Shepherd dog. Regards, JY

    PS: Coyotes came to our Island on the ice a few years ago and are growing in number.

  3. litebeing says:

    Hi Julie and happy 2017. I always enjoy your presence here, especially with tales of totems!
    Enjoy your coyote sightings, so rich with symbolism.

    love, Linda

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