Animals reflect our behaviour. The animals that we feel a closeness to, encounter often, engage with attract and so on; have a role to play in that moment of our lives. They offer an understanding to us of the ‘play’ that is our current experience and give insight into the intricacies of our lives. Following is the understanding for the productive, cooling energies of the Camel (Dromedary).
CAMEL (Dromedary) (Listen while you read)
No nonsense son of a gun.
No deviations: A straight course for me. I have a goal and I will quietly achieve; for I have strength of conviction as my guide.
Focus and power, forthrightness and diligence are what are required.
Waiting about for someone else to take a stand is not what is needed at this point in time.
(For those of us who are attracted to the Camel (Dromedary) a straight forward resolve is good. When confronted with a confusing set of values we tend to make straight for the life jacket of sanity in the form of ‘correctness’. Without a sense of purpose, diligence and calm those of us who appreciate the energies of this beastie will most certainly react with consternation equal to Mount Vesuvius with the resulting eruption taking place within us. This does not bode well for our bodies, minds and behaviour. We can tend to ‘take it out’ on the nearest ‘anything’. Don’t get in the way of a Camel (Dromedary) type personality, for if you do you will find us ‘not so very cute’; if you know what I mean. No, my friends stay well clear of a Camel (Dromedary) type if you know what’s good for you; he will take ‘no quarter’ if his need for order is not taken seriously.
On a brighter note; the Camel (Dromedary) energy can also be a soothing/refreshing medicine when all about are losing their heads. The calm approach to life of this energy allows for much grace to be forthcoming under troublesome times.)
Carolyn Page – ABC of Spirit Talk
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