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Eagles and a Hawk, Great Totems.
Last evening on top of Skinner’s Butte, while we rehearsed “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” two beautiful bald Eagles and a Hawk soared above us.
Eagles are known to put us on notice to be courageous and stretch our limits. Do not accept the status quo, but rather reach higher and become more than we believe possible. Look at things from a new, higher perspective. Be patient with the present; know that the future holds possibilities that we may not yet be able to see. We are about to take flight.
Hawks invite us to be focused in our daily undertakings. When we feel the presence of the hawk, we need to avoid distractions and focus on the task at hand.
At the same time, hawks can soar and fly high in the sky. This grand animal has the power to provide support in gaining a higher level perspective on any issue or project you undertake. When the hawk appears in your life, it’s perhaps time to be less distracted by the details and focus on the higher perspective. Relying on the hawk power, you can see what’s ahead clearly and defy any obstacles that may be in your way. A specific way the hawk guidance works is to use a higher level and a clear focused vision to guide your action.
Rob Newcomer is leading us in a great quest on top of Skinner’s Butte, Bard on the Butte!
The Eagles and the Hawk have foretold brilliant things afoot for us all.