TouchingIt! Virgo Style
Use the Virgo sign symbols to remind the Virgo soul of its industrious destination...
Note: 'Special Greeting for Gentlemen only!'
Squirrel: The bushy, fury-tailed little squirrel is as efficient and detail-oriented as the Virgo sign that rules it. A workaholic at heart, it scurries around looking for food and nesting materials and then back again to look for some more. Organized and resourceful, the squirrel knows what it needs and remembers just where she put it, again, a trait that is familiar to its human counterpart as well. It is these symbolic attributes that can inspire one to develop habits of frugality and prudence and see life with an inquisitive and curious slant. Obviously, this does not mean that you have to go out and get yourself a squirrel (theyre probably jumping on your shoulders anyway), but you can buy (or make) yourself a small totem or reminder of this cute, fluffy gal. A keychain, photograph, painting, or carving will do just fine. What matters most is the connection to the vision.
Mouse: This adorable tiny creature is also ruled by the Virgo sign of the zodiac. They are resourceful and enduring beings, survivors in all sense of the word. Symbolically, the mouse is a good totem to have around because it can teach us how to how to get through any difficult situation with swift action and intelligent thought. With such a grand communicator as an ally, why we could breeze through all of life! Is it that simple? Probably not. But having a friend around all helps. So, if you know someone who needs a bit of assistance with this area of life, the mouse is just the pal for the job.
Bee: Beautiful and dangerous yet a producer of one of the sweetest foods found in nature, the busy bee is a Virgo child as well. The Virgo sign of the zodiac rules communication, service, and organized work
all elements that are clearly visible in the bees daily existence. Bees communicate almost on a telepathic level, they work as one united community for a greater good, and they are very protective of their allies. Having a symbolic replica of a bee near by (or a real one if youre really daring) could inspire similar qualities within your own nature
not a bad deal, is it?
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