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The Bison Spirit Animal

This Is Everything You Wanted To Know

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Lisa Taylor

Chilled yogi. Chai enthusiast. Often ponders the meaning of the universe. Writes weekly for Yocean Yogi.

This is the definitive guide to the bison totem for 2021.

I have spent 6 hours researching and creating this handy guide.

This is after I came across a herd of bison in a national park.

Fortunately, I found a safe space to meditate over several hours.

So if you’re curious to know:

➜ If the bison is your spirit animal in this life

➜ What the common meanings of the animal totem are

➜ The positive and negative traits of this spirit animal

➜ When you should call upon your spirit animal

➜ Unusual and mystical facts about the bison symbolism

Then keep reading below!

Bison Spirit Animal FAQs (July 2021)

Common Bison Spirit Animal Meanings

Common meanings of the bison spirit animal are:

➜ Working together for the good of your tribe

➜ Adapting to regular changing environments

➜ Expressing your sense of freedom and wonder

➜ Knowing your worth and your place in the world

➜ Not being concerned about any future dangers

Positive Traits

Positive traits of the bison spirit animal are:

➜ You enjoy working alongside like-minded people

➜ You adapt to any changes in your environment

➜ You like showing your true side, without a mask

➜ You thrive best when you’re exploring your world

➜ You have no concern about the opinions of others

Negative Traits

Negative traits of the bison spirit animal are:

➜ You often struggle to find time by yourself

➜ You’ll follow the status quo for far too long

➜ You don’t like being tied in one job for long

➜ You sometimes blindly trust other people

➜ You can’t keep up with the progress of others

When To Call

Call upon your bison spirit animal when:

➜ You need the strength to handle new changes

➜ You want to attract a stronger tribe in your life

➜ You need less noise and start making progress

➜ You want layers of truth, trust and protection

➜ You simply want to be you, without pretending

Mystical Facts

Here are some interesting facts about this totem:

➜ It’s all about staying strong for a long journey

➜ It tests your deeply-held courage and stamina

➜ It represents your willingness to get along well

➜ It shows strength as more helpful than speed

➜ It empowers those who need self-preservation

Is This Your Spirit Animal?

To know if the bison is your spirit animal:

➜ You make small yet progressive steps forward

➜ You get along with others who are your values

➜ You can’t handle those who are ‘too successful’

➜ You have been calling for more protection in life

➜ You feel a calling to explore your community now

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