Fox Medicine – Spiritual Experience with Animal Totems
Suggested Reading: The Space Between Things
How Fox Medicine Changed the Way I was Working
Copyright, Neva J. Howell
I am sort of a yard sale and collectibles fanatic. For a long time, I didn’t understand why. As someone who has let go of just about all her “stuff” and things, why did I keep finding and gathering things for others?
As I have been doing yard sales lately, interacting with folks, I am starting to get it. It isn’t about selling stuff or things at all. It’s about offering folks an experience. They come to yard sales (and I go to yard sales) for a feeling, an experience. It is usually a positive and fun experience; it is occasionally a disappointing experience.
It’s a lot like searching for anything in life and how it feels when you find it, that one thing you were searching for at the moment and, perhaps, had been searching for, for a long time. On the way to the yard sale I was set up at in Byrdstown, TN, I was talking to God on the drive. I often do this. I said, out loud “OK, I need to know the direction I should take next in my life.”
At that exact moment, two red foxes ran across the road in front of my car.
I believe they were mother and child because the second one seemed to have an energetic gridline from it’s third eye, connecting it to the fox in front.
The second fox seemed to be saying “Hey, Mom, wait for me. Hey, Mom, what’s this big, noisy thing coming at me?”
I knew the whole thing was a message and that it was spiritual Fox Totem Medicine. I’ve worked with Power Animals and Totems enough to recognize a clear message and the timing was undeniable.
The yard sales had not been rewarding, financially. This was frustrating to me.
When I saw the foxes, I somehow got that it wasn’t about the money. It was more about learning how to work with energy better and watching the results.
How my Fox Medicine Played Out:
I took that idea, that energetic zap of awareness, to the yard sale with me that day and, though finances did not pick up dramatically, that was ok since I realized that wasn’t really why I was doing it.
What happened is that I seemed to have super-human energy to completely and totally shift my large stock of items into a completely new configuration there, on the grass.
Honestly, even as I was doing it I was thinking …. man, how am I doing this, so fast and so accurately? Unloading so many items even once would have worn me out before – well, in fact, did wear me out just the day before.
By the way, this is not the first time Power Animal Medicine has lifted me up to what felt like superhuman levels of endurance and energy.
Another time, it was Horse Medicine. I’m pointing you to my old website.
Anyway, like a whirling dervish, I completely shifted every item into a new place within 30 minutes, about three times during the yard sale day. Then, I sat back and consciously noticed the result, energetically, after each massive shift of items. I noticed how people flowed thru the items, how some avoided a certain energetic configuration, etc. It was very entertaining, very educational on deep levels and very powerful.
Plus I got a LOT of exercise!
After coming home, I brushed up on Fox Totem Medicine.
The Bird Clan of East Central Alabama website on Fox Totem Medicine says:
“Fox medicine involves adaptablility, cunning, observation, integration, and swiftness of thought and action. These traits may also include quick decisiveness, and sure-footedness in the physical world.”
I was certainly swift in action and awake to observation and integration. Looks like I got the energetic gridline of my spiritual fox medicine. Awareness and intent was the key for me. I saw it, I noted it, I asked for the message.