We are all born with a pre-determined set of totemic animal blueprints that give us a sense of unity and purpose. Your animal messenger represents your strengths and weaknesses, your power, connection to Spirit and your soul essence. Offering messages and illustrations of approximately 350 of the worlds most exotic species, World Animal Dreaming provides you with the key to find your true totemic blueprint. It covers all of the worlds animals, from Asia, Europe, North, Central and South America, Australasia, Africa and the Middle East.
The purpose of this REVISED AND EXPANDED edition of World Animal Dreaming is to be used as a spiritual field guide to help you find your totemic animal, unlock your creativity and potential. It may also help you find your true vocation and calling, gain insight into your hobbies and health, relationships, legal issues, death, sexuality, spirituality, religion, education, wisdom and travel, your life purpose and sense of personal power.
Scott Alexander King is an author, teacher, public speaker, psychic medium, practitioner of Earth Medicine and Zoomancer: an individual that examines the habits and appearance of animals to help explain or reveal the future path of other people. And as far as he knows, he’s the only Zoomancer in Australia! Having spent almost two years training daily under a medicine elder, and with 13 publications currently on the international market, all centred on animal symbolism, totemism and spirit animals, Scott calls his path ANIMAL DREAMING – a shamanic path that directly draws upon the wisdom, symbolism and medicine ways of animals. Australian born, Scott lives in the picturesque, subtropical Norther Rivers, located 30 minutes inland from New South Wale’s iconic Byron Bay, with his wife, three children and a menagerie of rescued animals, including a camel, a miniature donkey, shetland ponies and alpacas.
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