Meaningful Visits From A Bluebird and Flicker Woodpecker

A few days ago I had the most amazing experience. A brilliant Bluebird flew past my office window and sat in the Red Maple tree we planted in honor of our youngest grandson’s birth. A few day’s later, the Bluebird flew up to my office window, hovered in the air like a humming bird staring right at me before flying away.

A few days later, I was awakened by the loud drumming on our roof above our bedroom. I opened the window and saw a beautiful Northern Flicker Woodpecker flying to the huge old elm tree in our back yard.

I immediate researched both feathered visitors in my Animal Speak – The Spiritual & Magical Powers of Creatures Great & Small  book written by Ted Andrews. I love the detailed Native American explanations Mr. Andrews offers his readers.

I was delighted to learn that if a Bluebird appears in your life it means new opportunities to touch the joyful and intrinsically native aspects of your personalty are coming into your life.

At first, I was annoyed by his drumming. However, after I learned that a Woodpecker’s drumming represents new rhythm coming into your life, and rapid growth and trust for new opportunities, I was thrilled he had chosen our home!

I have read all the finely detailed description of both birds. Now, I can see the connections and value to all the Brain Color personalities in each of the feathered friends who have honored us with their visits to our home.

I am grateful for their visits and the messages they have offered.

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  1. Laurie Buchanan on April 16, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    Sheila – I love, Love, LOVE this book!

    • sheila on April 18, 2012 at 11:43 am

      Laurie, I am not surprised that we love the same book! “Word Birds” of a feather flock together!

  2. Jane on April 25, 2012 at 12:19 pm


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