Hawk Symbolism

Reading the divine-sparks blog about hawk’s representation to humanity, the hawk is called messenger, protector and visionary. Keen vision is one of its greatest gifts. Hawks see things others miss.

The hawk comes to you indicating that you are now awakening to your soul purpose, your reason for being here. It can teach you how to fly high while keeping yourself connected to the ground.

As you rise to a higher level, your psychic energies are awakening and the hawk can help you to keep those senses in balance. Its message for you is to be open to hope and new ideas, to extend the vision of your life.

The Hawk is an animal of flight. It soars through the air looking down, and sees everything. It has a larger perspective of what is going on down below. With its keen eyesight, it looks down as it soars through the air looking for its prey. It can see the smallest of creatures below.

Pretty powerful symbolism.

The Hawk is known as a messenger, similar to the planet Mercury, for the hawk soars close to the Grandfather Sun, as does the planet. When you listen to the power of the Grandfather Sun or Wise Spirit that lives within, you are protected from all types of harm.

The Hawk teaches you to be observant and take a close look at your surroundings. It soars with the power to overcome difficult situations. It soars in circles over the life of the earth, asking you to circle over your life and view it from a higher perspective.

Any quote that makes abstractions about viewing the landscape, from 20,000ft is good reading.

The Hawk has a distinct cry, one that most people are aware of. Its cry signifies awareness. If you hear the cry of the hawk use your intuitive ability to discern the message and seek the truth. If a hawk has soared into your life, you require a higher perspective. You need to see the details of what is going on and look at the bigger picture. Take a look at your situation from above.

Meaning, passion and purpose are good enough reasons to find noble higher purpose . That’s the beginning of a life changing decision.

3 Replies to “Hawk Symbolism”

  1. Did you spot the hawk’s?

    1. Sparrow hawk or Kestrel 9. Golden Eagle
    2. Cooper’s hawk 10. Goshawk
    3. Rough-legged hawk 11. Broad-winged hawk
    4. Pigeon hawk 12. Red-tailed hawk
    5. Red-shouldered hawk 13. Bald Eagle
    6. Peregrine Falcon 14. Turkey Vulture
    7. Marsh hawk 15. Osprey
    8. Sharp-shinned hawk

  2. The Falco Peregrinus (peregrine falcon) is one of the most majestic birds that I could imagine. Did you know that they can dive at speeds of 200 miles per hour? That’s insanity!

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