Butterfly Animal Totem
The butterfly teaches us to face the dangers and risks in life as casually as it does.Â
The butterfly responds as an unflinching belief in the natural transformation process. This is a symbol of the faith on nature which it wants us to have as we go through the various changes in our lives. It reminds us that working against the forces of nature is completely futile and foolish. It is very interesting to see that the symbolism assigned to an animal and which is represented by the butterfly is connected to the inner spirit or soul, as well as being connected to faith, by many ancient cultures.
Iâ€™m Flo, I have been studying spiritual animals for almost twenty years. I am excited you are here and am honored that you wish to learn more about the wonderful butterfly. Every October the caterpillar often gets to the end of a twig and fabricates a beautiful cocoon around itself, spiritually, closing the door to life in order to sleep. During this time the most amazing, miraculous transformation occurs. The caterpillar becomes a butterfly.Â There is a deep mystery and power which is hidden behind that cocoon. If we think about the process of the butterfly and how it transforms into something beautiful then we can apply this magic to our lives. Maybe youâ€™re here because you noticed a number of butterflies flying in the sky, perhaps you had a dream of a butterfly or youâ€™re just interested in the spiritual meaning of a butterfly. I will say the most important element of the butterfly, in my view, is that when the butterfly is released from the cocoon it keeps moving too and fro in order to push itself out until itâ€™s released. Eventually, the butterfly escapes the cocoon. This leads me to my first spiritual question for you. I wish to ask you what is your cocoon?Â What is holding you back? I honestly believe this might be the reason you came to this page for whatever reason. Fate normally delivers us a message that we need to take on board. Now, if that little butterfly does not escape the cocoon in a certain period of time it could potentially die. In biblical terms, God wishes for us to transform, to understand both the physical and spiritual realm. I am not ultra-religious but I like to take note of biblical signs and the butterfly is one of them. I will discuss this further as we go on. Because of the ever-changing spectrum of the butterfly, change, transformation, and attaining enlightenment are integral parts of the representation of the butterfly.
Psyche, meaning â€œsoulâ€