During my metaphysical studies, I took a class on Animal Totems. I have always known that the animal that I have the most connection to is a coyote. So, it was no surprise, when following the meditation and directions to discover my animal totem, that a coyote appeared. Even my deck of Animal Medicine cards showed Coyote at the top animal for me. I have used Reiki in several ways to connect with Coyote. Whatever your spirit animal may be, I hope you can use these ideas as a way to strengthen your connection, too.
Even though Coyote is my spirit animal, I do what I can to understand and support coyotes that are here now. I read books on coyote behavior and life cycles. I support organizations that educate the public about coyotes. I donate to wildlife rehabilitation centers that rescue and release coyotes. I follow different places that post to social media about coyotes in their local area.
Whenever a coyote that is injured is shown online, I spend time sending it distant Reiki healing. If there is a post about an injured coyote then it usually has a photo, documents the injuries and illness and, possibly its location. I volunteer to give distant Reiki healing to animals in need. Whenever I receive a request, it contains the same information, so I use the same process for the domestic pets in need, as I do, for coyotes. If you are a level 2 Reiki practitioner then it’s a pretty straightforward distant healing session. I meditate for a few moments, state the intention of sending Reiki for the animal’s highest good. Then, I make the symbols, three times, for Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen and Cho Ku Rei. If I do have a photo, then I use that as a way to focus the Reiki. If not, then I use the information about location and injury as part of the intention and focus the Reiki energy.
I have tried, many times, to spot a coyote and have never succeeded. I have gone out hiking in the early hours of dawn in areas where coyotes live. I’ve learned to identify their tracks and scat. On vacation, I look for their leftover feasts of fish that have washed ashore, then follow their tracks as far as I can. I have talked to naturalists and biologists and learned how to hear their calls. However, I don’t think I am destined to ever see one.
One time, my husband and I were out for the day at a local park. He wanted to go for a hike, but it was a hot summer day and I said that I would prefer to sit in the shade. Two hours later, my husband came back and said that it had been the most amazing hike, ever. A coyote came out of
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