SHAMANIC SERIES Learning from animals Haiku poems: “Koala” (“Coala”)

 

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  • Koalas are not “bears” as commonly known, they really are marsupials, and carry their babies in a pouch until they grow enough to go on their backs. They can sleep up to 20 hours per day in order to digest their food which is primarily eucalyptus leaves, and spend most of their time on trees)
  • (Los Coalas no son “osos” como se conoce comúnmente, realmente son marsupiales y llevan a sus bebés en un pliegue de piel como una bolsa, hasta que crecen los suficiente para poder viajar sobre la espalda. Ellos duermen hasta 20 horas diarias para digerir su comida que consiste principalmente en hojas de eucalipto, y pasan la mayor parte del tiempo sobre los árboles))

 

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“Koala”

 

Friendly, content, calm,

Easy going and relaxed,

Sweet, Mellow, Patient…

(Mindful: lives in the moment)

 

Teaches:

 

-Elevate your mind & spirit

-Feel child-like wonder

-Hang out, enjoy the view!

(-Have plenty of rest & sleep)

Amira

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  • Let me know what animal shows up in your life, or in your dreams, or your favorite animal, and I will try to do a Haiku poem in your honor.

 

  • (Déjame saber qué animal aparece en tu vida, o en tus sueños, o tu animal favorito, e intentaré hacer un poema Haiku en tu honor.)

 

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“Coala”

 

Amable, contento, tranquilo,

De trato fácil y relajado,

Dulce, apacible, paciente …

(Consciente: vive en el momento)

 

Enseña:

 

-Eleva tu mente y espíritu

-Siéntete maravillado como un niño

¡Sal, disfruta de la vista!

(-Descansa y duerme bastante)

Amira

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12 Comments Add yours

  1. Trina Graves says:

    Lovely insightful poem and gorgeous pictures too! ❤

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    1. Thank you so much dear Trina 🙂 ❤

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  2. LindaP says:

    Beautiful!! I want one!!!! They are sooo adorable!

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    1. I know! I would spend all day with them! 🙂

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  3. organicschat says:

    Oh my goodness, I think I might just explode from all this extreme cuteness!!! I am really enjoying your Shamanic series, beautiful! 💖💕xo

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    1. Oh! Thank you so much dear Michèle!!! That’s music to my ears! I am enjoying these series so much and it’s a joy to know that others enjoy them too! Do you have a favorite animal totem, or an animal that shows up in your dreams? ❤

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      1. organicschat says:

        I love elephants. And birds. The owl shows up in both the outdoors and my dreams during very significant times in my life. An owl flew by just the other day, midday. It got my attention lol. Also Bluejays and male cardinals chirp very loudly whenever the Universe is sending me a special message. Today a hawk landed on a tree branch just above where roxy and I were walking (during a beautiful almost mystical walk in the woods). I made sure the hawk wasn’t eyeing roxy thinking she was a rabbit meal 😊!!

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        1. Oh that is beautiful!!!! I already wrote one on the hawks, and I am writing one on the elephants, I’m going to look into the cardinals and blue jays, they are so gorgeous!!! and I love owls too! Yes, you have to be careful with Roxy, she can be a little snack! We used to live in the country area (Prince Edward County) where there were many coyotes, and we were always on the look out when we went for walks in the Millennium trail. 🙂 ❤

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          1. organicschat says:

            Oh yes! We have coyotes in Toronto too! I even saw one last spring that just ran past us at full speed. Thank goodness Roxy was right beside me and the coyote didn’t see her. But we heard that someone in the neighborhood wasn’t so lucky… in the spring coyotes work in packs where one runs by to dogs to get chase them, luring them towards the pack. It’s so strange how they are now in our backyards, in urban areas.
            Oh I must check out your poem on the hawk!! 💖✨🐶

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  4. Oh wow! maybe it’s because they are losing some of their habitat…?
    I also did one on the owl, but not in the shamanic series, it was in lessons: https://amiracarluccio.com/2018/09/22/haiku-nature-lessons-poems-owl-lechuza/

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