Power animals explained

Updated: Feb 11

In indigenous cultures, parents teach children how to become a tiger "when they hunt for food," become the otter when they need to be more playful, become the hawk so that they can have a better overall picture of a situation and see things more clearly.

Because we are all connected and because humans are in fact animals, each of us houses the knowledge and power of all living things in our DNA.

Hence, we can evoke the mental, emotional and physical energy of any animal whenever and wherever we want.

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About the author

Limor Smits is an alternative life coach, shadow coach, spiritual mentor, inspirator and motivator.

In her practice she offers private sessions as well as workshops in groups.

She also organizes monthly fire women's circles and gives various inspiring and motivating lectures in which she shares stories from her personal life and experiences.

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