“I'd love to hold a koala. They sleep 22 hours a day, eat eucalyptus leaves and just hang out. I want to spend some time with that guy” ~ Milo Ventimiglia
.Would you like to live a Koalas life?
As burrowers, Koala’s shared a special connection with the earth. Aboriginal wisdom recognises this relationship.
We could learn a lot from Koalas
If a KOALA shows up:
You may need a relaxing retreat from daily life for a few days, so plan one soon and get away.
Be aware of your emotions, yet remain detached from them and keep them contained.
You’ve been working hard and need to rest, perhaps take an afternoon nap.
~ Animal Spirit Guides (Steven D Farmer, PH, D)
Allow the Koala to share their many valuable insights with you.
What does a koala bear symbolise?
“Don’t move so fast. Don’t rush to that next appointment.”
If you see a KOALA in your DREAMS, it means that you have good luck in your friendships. … Seeing a koala is also indicative of emotions and feelings like security, nurturance, and protection.
If Koala shows up, it means:
Practice a slow breathing meditation and notice how it feels to be in a state of deep relaxation.
Explore your interest in Shamanic arts and practices.
DID YOU KNOW?
one of the most important aspects of Koala Bears is that they remember the time-before-time. They carry a genetic memory of primeval ancestors and mysteries. To this day Koala climbs toward the heavens watching and waiting for the sacred Ancients’ return. From this vantage point they protect self while honouring nature.
KOALAS are very fussy eaters and remind us to watch our diets.
Are our foods healthy, nourishing and easily digestible?…
FUN FACT Some people think that Koalas sleep a lot because they get drunk on the eucalyptus oil in the gum leaves - not true! However the gum leaves are fibrous so their bodies need lots of energy to digest them which is why they sleep to so much.
IT’S CUDDLE TIME
… A Baby Koala is called a “JOEY”
What Animal, Bird or Insect have you seen today?