Wolves have always been of interest to me, since I was very young.
I remember when my mother first started painting, she painted a lot of Native American art. There was a time, when I was 8 or 9, when I requested her to paint a wolf for me. So she did. To this day, I still wish I had that painting. The memory if it far exceeds its value, but I love knowing that the wolf was painted for me.
√ Tattoo of a grey wolf when I was 18.
√ Retouching of Grey wolf tattoo to Black wolf.
√ Always wanting to grow my hair out, noticing it sort of resembles a wolf's mane sometimes.
√ Very wide grin, and big smile that I'm known for.
√ Keen sense of hearing, smell.
√ Passionate, (make love 'like' a wolf... hard to explain)
√ Family oriented, intelligent, compassionate, loyal, etc.
√ Always longing for a 'mate', very committed in every relationship
√ One time I looked in the mirror in a darkened room, I saw myself transform into a wolf
√ etc. etc. etc.
The Wolf is an incredible communicator. By using touch, body movements, eye-contact as well as many complex vocal expressions – the wolf makes his point understood. Those with totem wolf symbols are of the same inclination – they are expressive both vocally and physically. Those who have the wolf as their totem animal are naturally eloquent in speech, and also have knack for creative writing.
A quick-list of totem wolf symbolic attributes include:
Totem wolf symbols belong to those who truly understand the depth of passion that belong to this noble creature. The Wolf is a representative of deep faith, and profound understanding.
Further, the Wolf possess a high intellect, and have been observed using strategies about hunting, habitat and migration.
All of this is very true... and I can concur with it all.
Does anyone else have any other good 'spirit animal' or 'totem animal' sources they'd like to share? I would love to learn more about this.