Beaver people are so eager to get things done that they’ve been nicknamed “Eager Beavers.” Beaver natives have a work ethic more robust than the Type-A personality, and it pays off for them with success in life. What is a beaver totem?
The Beaver is a large rodent found in North America. It resembles a giant, dumpy-looking rat, and it has webbed hind feet. The Beaver’s coat is brown on its upper parts and lighter underneath, often with some black tips to the hairs.
Astrologically, Beaver people are prone to intense retreats into work. They might have issues with insecurity and shame, which can lead them down this path of avoidance in the first place. Beaver reshapes the world around them through their industrious gathering of wood. They transform landscapes and waterscapes, removing what is old in favor of something new to provide long-term security without ties that hold us back from flourishing as a species.
It is also said that beavers have an instinctual connection to the movement of water, which they use to travel and build their homes in dams.
Beaver’s task this time around is to gnaw down into the center of self, releasing fears that hold them back. Beaver has a strong intuition and can sense danger
People that are born under the sign of Beaver are known as those blessed with a solid connection to East Wind. The Cardinal Direction of east-southeast and Element Earth carry over into this time, inspiring our creativity while providing solid foundations for us when building things up in our soul. Starting now, we enter a more mild weather season where the only threat is a frost rather than snow or ice that can ravage crops before they have even sprouted seedlings. It’s an ideal moment then to sow seeds—both inside ourselves and out!—before winter hits again so hard you almost forget what warmth feels like!
The Beaver has three cultural names: web, beavertail, and beavertail, depending on which native tribe you ask!
Beavers will eat bark from all sorts of conifers; birch, aspen, pine, and other trees that make up their natural habitat. The Beaver takes the cambium layer of the tree—the soft inner rib-like part between the outer bark and wood—, and this can be eaten alone or mixed with foods. For beavers, eating bark is no different from a human getting fiber in his diet to keep things moving smoothly in his belly!
To maintain a healthy balance between nature and civilization, animals can be seen taking on many forms in North American folklore: both Mountain Lion
At times beavers are seen as heralding a period of social unrest when they tend to be more aggressive and wary. Perhaps this means that beavers will be prone to shunning their own or be unreceptive to the interests of others.
Beavers who dreamt about beavers should be prepared for unexpected twists in their daily routine, primarily if you work a nine-to-five job: someone is bound to drop by unannounced or leave an urgent message on your answering machine. If beaver dreams occur during mealtime (say dinner time), things might take an unexpected turn if those around you seem uninterested in your personal affairs or preoccupied with their agendas.
Native Americans have been using Jasper for centuries. It symbolizes strength and power, vitality, protection from injury when worn as jewelry or given to others in need of healing. The Jasper balances positive yang energies with negative yin vibrations while also enhancing creativity and self-esteem. This beaver dream may be a sign that you will be unable to pursue your own goals or be too concerned about the status quo.
Beavers might also be prone to more random, uncontrolled outbursts of pent-up emotions and impulses—or be feeling somewhat out of control in their daily lives.
Beavers are very emotional to the point where they can’t find words to express the depth of what they’re feeling.
Being the beaver totem is a reminder that Beaver needs a healthy balance in all areas of their life. They need to be making time for play, bonding, and love. Beaver people are known for being sweet and romantic partners. They can be best friends and partners, and Beaver is known for having strong bonds with their families.
Bonding extends to beavers’ taste for family time (and beavers are always up for some roughhousing in the water). Beavers love being outdoors amongst nature; Beaver is a free spirit that also craves healthy relationships where they feel safe and accepted. Beaver totem people often find themselves in situations where they are feeling pulled between freedom and responsibility. Beaver people need to be careful not to neglect either, though; Beaver needs to learn how to let go of fear-based attachments which only hold them back from truly enjoying what life has to offer.
Order is king for a Beaver, and they like to see everything have its place. Give them the opportunity, and they will be very dedicated to their tasks. They do not work well with chaotic environments because it leads to frustration due to distractions when things are out of order which makes sense as this sign prefers peace over strife but also thrives on stability, so give them something stable enough that allows room for creativity or new ideas without any sudden movement or change happening all at once.
Birth dates, Northern Hemisphere: Apr 20 –May 20
Birthdate, Southern Hemisphere: Oct 24 – Nov 21
Corresponding Zodiac Signs: Taurus (North), Scorpio (South)
Birth Moon: Frogs Return Moon
Season: Month of Planting
Stone/Mineral: Chrysocolla, Hematite, Jasper
Plant: Wild Clover
Direction: East – Southeast
Complimentary Spirit Animal: Snake
Compatible Spirit Animals: Brown Bear, Snow Goose, Snake, Wolf, Woodpecker
Dreaming Spirits: Rock beaver, beavers
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