I saw a seagull flying far from home

seagull1I live in Pasadena, so it’s surprising to me to see so many shore birds in the city. Near the Panera Restaurant where I like to have breakfast there are a group of seagulls that inhabit the parking lot, so I thought I’d find out what animal medicine these birds are attributed with. Here’s what I found:

“Seagulls are spiritual messengers that demonstrate that a higher communication with guides is taking place. He shows how to see above situations with a higher clarity and teaches that there are many perspectives to consider.

seagulls1Seagull shows a sense friendship and community and the cooperation that is needed for the whole to operate successfully. He teaches how to ride the currents of the mental, emotional and physical worlds. Are you going with the flow or fighting it? Are you cooperating with others? Are you open to your guides? Seagull can teach you many lessons of looking, living and being. It is time to listen and watch for the nuances and timing of action.”  Source: http://www.starstuffs.com/animal_totems/dictionary_of_birds.html



6 thoughts on “I saw a seagull flying far from home

  1. At RHS, I can remember seeing seagulls flying around the school, especially at lunchtime (smart birds). It usually meant that windy conditions had driven them inland..

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      1. What’s a Gull Like You Doing in a Place Like This?

        On a whim, I asked another bird (DuckDuckGo) if anyone else wondered why seagulls could be found in Philadelphia.

        Here is the link to MentalFloss magazine , where we learn that Pennsylvania is a popular location for gulls, because of its position between both the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean.

        Indeed, some gulls never visit the sea!




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