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    Bat’s wisdom: shamanic death/rebirth, initiation, pollination of new ideas, transition, understanding grief, vibrational sound, observe unseen, secrets; release fear/patterns; transformation of ego is about to occur; end of a way of life/start of another. Transition frightening just to think about; make appropriate changes - birthing of your new identity. benefit from all types of yogic practices, especially those to do with awakening the kundalini.

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I should save this picture in my phone so I could show people when they can't understand why bats are my all time favorite animal! Absolutely amazingly beautiful creature!

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