The start of my pilgrimage is a few days out. I am ready as I can be. I had the opportunity to work with 4 amazing woman yesterday. Each a healer, survivor and warrior in their own ways. I try often to check in with myself on every level I am living. I mean this to say, I speak to my body, mind and spirit. I speak from my heart, brain and soul. Each one has a role. Each role needs to be recognized and appreciated. Society seems to be on this Zen trend. “Like, don’t kill my vibe.” This means that the person stating as much is only worried about themselves. It could even be taken to state they are self proclaiming an inability to work with others. To cope and accommodate to change and opposition. I personally feel this is not authentic in its own right and dilutes the power of intent. Most know that I am back in school full time at Western Technical College receiving a AS in Criminal Justice. I chose this path with the intent of combining the C.J. field with my abilities to create a profession in Private Investigating Cold and Missing Persons Cases.

I was doubting my path and wondering if I can walk the line of both realms. The healer and investigator. I believe that is my niche. Today as I was walking into my kitchen I see something in my back yard. I stop and focus realizing I am staring at a duck. I look further and notice that it is a pair. I quietly walked outside and the female was walking towards my back door. She stopped and I asked if she was hungry. She tilted her head a bit but did not attempt to escape. The male duck was waddling our way but not in a pace of concern. The timing to this is that I had just finished pulling cards for a client. She is at a medical spiritual crossroads. The place where everything counts and matters. What is said, who says it, how it’s said etc. The body is listening, the mind is taking notes and the soul is gearing up for battle. She is strong. Her life energy is strong. The cards say she needs a retreat. The cards I used were shamanic in nature. It showed a cave. Caves are the wombs of Pachamama, from there, healing births transition. From there the bear creates a den. We are emerging and Spring has fought it’s way into existence.

More importantly DUCK is about overcoming. A duck can fly, swim or walk. This means that it truly has the ability to get to and out of anywhere.

Here is some further information on DUCK MEDICINE:

Know that you can overcome the obstacle you are currently facing by using your intuition, ingenuity and emotional detachment in your decision.-Duck

Duck Meaning, and Messages

In this case, duck symbolism is reminding you to take notice of your surroundings because there is a new opportunity available to you. Moreover, this bird is also letting you know that to succeed, you will have to move forward swiftly. Therefore your new ideas can take flight. In other words, this opportunity will not wait for you. Similar to the antelope meaning, the duck symbolism is making it very clear that to be successful with your goals you have to move now!

Conversely, the duck meaning may be a reminder that you should keep plodding along with your current project. Hence, one step at a time is the best way for you to get the job done.

Alternatively, duck symbolism may be reminding you that today is a day that you should spend exploring your emotions. Thus, duck meaning prompts you to take the time to feel things. Only then can you navigate your way through them so that they can be released. If you need to, use affirmations and gratitude to clear the way.

Duck Symbolism, Duck Meaning, Duck Totem, Duck Dream, and Messages

Duck Totem, Spirit Animal

People with the duck totem have a strong sense of community. Thus, like those with the rat totem, they are a very social people. They do not hold grudges even though they are unafraid to disagree with someone. Folks with this spirit animal are also very good at helping others through their emotional entanglements. Therefore they often follow careers as Psychologists or Therapists. People with the duck totem prefer being in places where they feel comfortable. Consequently, they also tend not to challenge their comfort zones. Moving out of their comfort zone is often left up to the universe. However, the cosmos, on occasion, will pass on a bit of a “cosmic boot” to move them forward. Very similar to the crow and the raven folks with this power animal are very good at staying in the moment and enjoying life in the present.

Folks with this spirit animal are also carefully conventional and tend to go along with things as they are. They will do things for the sake of the team, instead of for themselves. These people will also work hard at not drawing negative attention.

Eider Duck, Birds, Duck Symbolism, Duck Meaning, Duck Totem, Duck Dream, and Messages

Duck Dream Interpretation

When you have a swimming duck dream, it represents your connection with the unconscious and emotional body. In other words, the vision is reminding you that by allowing yourself to be vulnerable emotionally, you are freed to move on with your life. Also, is telling you that you can blend and adapt to different situations. 

Very similar to the white horse, a duck dream in which many birds are flying, is symbolic of your spiritual progress and freedom. They are your connections between the spiritual and the physical worlds. Ultimately, you always have a choice about how you choose to see the world around you. In fact, by staying in the present moment, you can find peace.

Alternatively, the dream may suggest that you are setting yourself up, or are being set up “for the kill.” Are you being targeted like the proverbial sitting duck? This bird in your dream can also signify that you are “ducking” some issue or situation instead of dealing with it.

Additional Associations for Duck

Duck Meaning, and Messages

In this case, duck symbolism is reminding you to take notice of your surroundings because there is a new opportunity available to you. Moreover, this bird is also letting you know that to succeed, you will have to move forward swiftly. Therefore your new ideas can take flight. In other words, this opportunity will not wait for you. Similar to the antelope meaning, the duck symbolism is making it very clear that to be successful with your goals you have to move now!

Conversely, the duck meaning may be a reminder that you should keep plodding along with your current project. Hence, one step at a time is the best way for you to get the job done.

Alternatively, duck symbolism may be reminding you that today is a day that you should spend exploring your emotions. Thus, duck meaning prompts you to take the time to feel things. Only then can you navigate your way through them so that they can be released. If you need to, use affirmations and gratitude to clear the way.

Duck Totem, Spirit Animal

People with the duck totem have a strong sense of community. Thus, like those with the rat totem, they are a very social people. They do not hold grudges even though they are unafraid to disagree with someone. Folks with this spirit animal are also very good at helping others through their emotional entanglements. Therefore they often follow careers as Psychologists or Therapists. People with the duck totem prefer being in places where they feel comfortable. Consequently, they also tend not to challenge their comfort zones. Moving out of their comfort zone is often left up to the universe. However, the cosmos, on occasion, will pass on a bit of a “cosmic boot” to move them forward. Very similar to the crow and the raven folks with this power animal are very good at staying in the moment and enjoying life in the present.

Folks with this spirit animal are also carefully conventional and tend to go along with things as they are. They will do things for the sake of the team, instead of for themselves. These people will also work hard at not drawing negative attention.