American Bald Eagle Wings Scarves and Shawls
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The American Bald Eagle symbolism is power, wisdom, and freedom.
Some additional symbolic meanings for the Eagle totem are:
- Sexual Power
Symbolism and Power
“You don’t know what you can accomplish until you truly push yourself. With the Eagle power animal as a guide, you are able to find the confidence and strength to reach heights you never thought possible. The Eagle is a herald of new beginnings. So, seize the day!”
The eagle is considered a man's connection to the divine because it flies higher than any other bird.
The eagle bird can also represent renewal and new opportunities because it is associated with the east winds, according to Native Americans. The east winds bring Spring and the birth of new life.
As the sun rises in the east, it’s morning light spreads over the earth. It is the beginning of a new day, and therefore it symbolizes new beginnings. The long life of the American bald eagle can be associated with its meaning of resilience to endure the difficulties.
The eagle is symbolic of the importance of honesty and truthful principles, and it can be related to the fact that this bird mates for life.
“Eagles, as a species, mate for life. The power animal totem is a teacher who offers lessons about relationships and valuing what is important. The eagles’ loyalty to one another is the epitome of commitment. The eagle demonstrates what it means to rise above, make choices carefully and wisely, and how to stick it out in good times and bad. Look to the Eagle spirit animal for inspiration and guidance when it comes to love, loyalty, and sacrifice.”
People with the spirit animal of an eagle are seen as visionaries. They are willing to push the limits of self-discovery and personal freedom. These beings are born leaders, most likely to become impatient with those who cannot fly as high or as fast.
The Rebirth of the Eagle
Although the story bellow is a tale, I cry every time I read it. I find it very motivational and I think it truly speaks about the eagle symbolism. I hope you also find it inspiring.
“The eagle has the longest lifespan among birds. It can live up to 70 years. But to reach this age, the eagle must make a hard decision.
In its 40’s, its long and flexible talons can no longer grab prey which serves as food. Its long and sharp beak becomes bent. Its old-aged and heavy wings, due to their thick feathers, become stuck to its chest and make it difficult to fly.
Then the eagle is left with only two options: die or go through a painful process of change which lasts 150 days. The process requires that the eagle fly to a mountaintop and sit on its nest. There the eagle knocks its beak against a rock until it plucks it out. Afterward, the eagle will wait for a new beak to grow back, and then it will pluck out its talons. When its new talons grow back, the eagle starts plucking its old-aged feathers out. And after five months, the eagle takes its famous flight of rebirth and lives for 30 more years.
We sometimes need to get rid of old memories, habits and other past traditions. Only freed from past burdens, can we take advantage of the present.”Motivational Speech Presentation, May 2007. Author unknown
Biological Characteristics of the Eagle:
An adult eagle's body length ranges from 70 to 102 cm (28 to 40 in), with a wingspan of 1.8 to 2.3 m (5.9 to 7.5 ft) and a mass of 3 to 6 kg (6.6 to 13.9 lb). It can be challenging to identify a distant bald eagle in flight, but there is an easy way to tell an eagle from a vulture or hawk.
- Size: 28-40 inches body; wingspan 5.9-7.5 feet
- Diet: Carnivorous
- Weight: 6.6 to 13.9 pounds
- Habitat: North America
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