Spirit Animal Bluebird

Spirit Animal Bluebird

If you’re like me, you enjoy frequent walks in nature during all seasons, even if it’s just around the block. I always see or experience something to brighten my day and elevate my mood; a cool breeze scented with flora and fauna, white puffy clouds shaped into animals, or a riotous group of mushrooms hanging out on a fallen tree. And today was no exception. It was getting near dusk and the temperature was close to freezing. I had just finished a delightful three-mile hike in the woods and I decided to sit a spell and enjoy the closing of the day, so near the Winter Solstice, which is set to arrive in a few days. I heard a plaintive bird call and followed it; a male bluebird dressed handsomely in his bright blue suit was perched on a low hanging branch. Two other female bluebirds, and another male, were nearby.

Bluebirds have long been associated with happiness (the bluebird of happiness), so that’s why I keep a glass figurine of a bluebird near my desk as a reminder to stay positive. Bluebirds are also a sign that your luck has changed and that good things are coming your way—and soon! This cheerful bird will usually appear after a time of great difficulty; the bluebird brings with it good tidings of healing, love, prosperity, and happiness. Who doesn’t want that?

This can also be a time when you have reached some kind of milestone and are about to experience a whole new level of being in several different ways. You will start to be successful because the circumstances are right, and you are ready for this fortunate change.

The bluebird is sometimes seen as a symbol of transition from one stage or phase to another, such as the change of seasons. Because of the association with the throat chakra (light blue), the bluebird is also a reminder to not be afraid to speak your mind and share your true feelings about something important to you. In the same vein, this would also be a great time to write about or speak out loud some heartfelt, positive affirmations.

Since there were four bluebirds, numerology-wise, four is the number of stability and security, and this also has a symbolic connection with the four directions, which is power and protection.

Historically speaking, bluebirds have been associated with good harvests and fertility, and today this can be translated into creativity, security, and prosperity. But no matter how you look at it, bluebirds are a great omen for positive change, and I welcomed it with open arms and a grateful heart.




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Shelley Shayner

Also known as the Artistic Mystic, Shelley is a published author, an award-winning artist, and an intuitive. She has written and illustrated children’s books, adult non-fiction books, and journals. She has a B.A. in Illustration and there is always a painting in progress on her easel; her favorite subject matter is animals, nature, or some kind of fantasy. Shelley is also a spiritual advisor, a Reiki master, and a dream expert. She teaches workshops on Spirit Animals, Dreams, and Art.

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