The echidna totem teaches one that it is important to keeping track of matters close to the heart: such as one’s home, relatives, neighbours and to strive to make one’s life successful and serene.
Its predisposition is friendly and also caring it's never the actual instigator of problems.
Your teaching through the Echidna is supposed to keep belief strong and have the confidence in oneself. The echidna closely resembles a platypus. It also looks like a hedgehog. It does not give birth to children, rather it lays eggs. They are ground inhabitants but they have the ability to swim when needed.
Becauseopinionis actuallysaidto movefoothills, this can be averysignificantpowerto get. This kind ofanimalshowsthatbeingwide open, to uncovernewwondersevery single day is a positive trait of one’s personality.The Echidna offersa young child-like to matters in life. Theirfriendlinessand alsoawarenesscan easilyopenthe heartsof other people.If it'sattackedbyone moreperson, whichhardly everhappens, the spines will certainly safeguard the echidna.
The echidna is a small and chubby creature with spines on its body. These spines are pointed like blade’s and the Echidna has the ability to erect them when they sense danger.
People in parts of Africa, hunt them to eat as food. They are ground dwellers and live in cool, dry places. Their spade like paws helps them to dig their homes and in search for food. They dig into the ground to find ants and termites, and consume them. To assist in digging and locating these underground insects, they possess a snout that generates electric signals and identifies the location of insects underneath the ground. They also possess a remarkable sense of smell but suffer from weak eyesight.
By taking just a little time out of our busy life, we can see the big picture of our life forming in front of our eyes much easier and clearer. And if we dismantle the echidna totem for focusing on small things and lead our life roaming around only one thing then all we will be doing is cracking our internal peace and calamity of mind.
The echidna totem is the child in the medicine wheel. Its advice is to stop focusing on one problem alone. Another lesson that needs be learned from an echidna animal totem is how to find balanced nourishment by eating more healthy. This could be another way of revealing your inner-self. Just like an echidna, that struggles to find food by digging with its claws, while keeping the balance of reserve energy enough to defend itself from an attacking predator. If all the echidna’s energy is spent in digging ants or termites from the ground then if danger arrives it will have difficult protecting its spines towards the enemy. Just like that, balance in life is taught by the echidna totem to lead a peaceful life.
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