The Moose is an ancient totem animal. Though some may recognize this creature for its somewhat awkward antlers and large, unwieldy body, it has historically been considered sacred, especially by Native American communities. Consider the moose’s appearance as a disguise for the powerful yet contradictory energies it represents.
Moose are capable of walking quietly through their environment, diving into water for food, and outrunning the few predators that may cause them trouble. Those connected with the moose as their animal totem can certainly be proud and trusting of their own hidden abilities and talents! Still, moose people should keep humble about their achievements and consider how they can use their strengths to help those around them reach their goals.
If you resonate with the Moose or have it as your animal totem, see below for stones whose energy can help you connect on a deeper level.
Petrified Wood – This fossil connects you to the magic of the forests where Moose live. It is a stone of stability that connects with the rich minerals of the natural sources that provide the Moose with food and water. Use petrified wood to ground yourself within the wisdom of the ancient Earth and walk your path with all the grace of your totem animal.
Amazonite – As a communication stone, Amazonite promotes serenity, harmony, and universal love. Moose people can use it to keep the peace and help guide them when aiding others in achieving their dreams.
Bloodstone – Bloodstone is thought to be excellent for shapeshifting. Use it to enhance your practice and connect with the unexpected strengths of the moose.
Crystals and Gemstones at Crystal Life
We hand-select all our stones here at Crystal Life. After hundreds of thousands of years in the earth, they are eager to begin work with their new human partners! When stones arrive at Crystal Life they are welcomed warmly by staff members and the store’s resident nature spirits. The stones are energetically cleared on a regular basis, to help them maintain their own inherent peaceful characteristics and personalities while being visited by so many store guests.
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Learn more about Animal Spirits by visiting our library page here!
We credit most of our information on Animal Spirits to two incredibly helpful guide books: Animal Speak by Ted Andrews and Pocket Guide to Spirit Animals by Dr. Steven Farmer, both of which are available for purchase on our website.