by Sylvia Browne
Many people have asked me "What is a totem?" A totem is an animal spirit. We entrust our totems to stand by us throughout our lifetime.
Every member of the animal kingdom has attributes that our own spirits can emulate and connect with our own life theme. My son Chris' totem is the grizzly bear. This is a symbol of his life theme "warrior."
While some people may never actually see their totems, the energy of these animal spirits is always present with them. My own totem is the elephant, a symbol of strength and loyalty.
Your totem serves several purposes during your life. They serve as sentinels that stand guard on our behalf. This means if our totem senses a dark spirit or feels that we are somehow being threatened, they will instinctively try to scare off our enemies. They will do this as animals do: by growling, hissing or even acting aggressively.
Our totems also offer us positive energy just from their presence. Having this animal spirit in your life offers you many benefits.
Even the highest angels, the Principalities have totems. Their totem is the lion. Lions are known around the world as a symbol of both great strength and pride. This is the perfect totem for Father God's army of angels. All angels have totem spirits and they can call upon animals to intercede on your behalf when you need help or protection.
Sylvia Browne is without question, "America's #1 Psychic," an internationally known psychic and medium.
By Karen, Wednesday, July 23, 2008 06:57:57 AM
I love you Sylvia,and thank you for everything.
By Green, Wednesday, July 23, 2008 06:33:38 AM
That is interesting. I have never heard of totems before. I didn't know we had animal protectors. I wonder why we would need animal protectors when it is God who should be protecting us. The article was an interesting read. Thanks
By Dartz, Tuesday, July 22, 2008 05:29:54 PM
@Paula: Do your research, she was arrested, tried, and convicted for fraud after selling securities under false pretense. But that was 16 years ago, nobody cares about it now.
By Peggy, Tuesday, July 22, 2008 04:30:11 PM
I have no idea what my animal totem is...
I would love to know what my totem is and if they have a name..
I like the idea of an animal protecting me...
By Victoria, Tuesday, July 22, 2008 03:27:15 PM
I love all animals, but I think my totem is a bird for some reason. I'm not 100% it's a bird and not sure what kind, but I do really love songbirds and I dream about them a lot. One of my "psychic" dream experiences is when my canary came to me in a dream while I was on vacation and I knew he was dead because he flew out the window(in the dream) and I had been worried about him all day. I would like to post this experience on the psychic experiences post when I get some time. I had wanted to send this to Sylvia for consideration for her last animal book, but I never got around to it.
By Paula, Tuesday, July 22, 2008 01:47:49 PM
Hi Sylvia I just found out that my animal totems are a beaver named Mary, and a horse named Sierra. How do these 2 totems help me ? What benefits do these 2 totems bring to me ? And I would ignore that posting above wanting to know why you were arrested for fraud, they're just trouble makers meant to embarrass you, we all know you have nothing to hide and your are a angel !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By Jennifer, Tuesday, July 22, 2008 09:35:09 AM
I have been in search of my totem. I have been giving animals such as a beaver, wolf (wich makes the most sense, and a snake. How do I know which one it is????
By maylin, Tuesday, July 22, 2008 08:04:12 AM
wow, i have not heard about this one. are they spirits who can also be in a form of any figure? i would like to have one. although i know that i am protected, i also want to have another protection. it is not all the time that we are protected and i think that this is very helpful.
By Sue, Monday, July 21, 2008 07:14:17 PM
i hear of paranormal investigations that has evp's with growling on the tape, maybe its one of the investigators totems scaring off a dark enity.
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