Lion Animal Spirit Guide
edited: Friday, March 05, 2010
By Jennifer Holly MacDonald
Rated "G" by the Author.
Posted: Friday, March 05, 2010
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If you have a perimeter lion in your chart here are some of the common influences and attributes of your perimeter lion:
The perimeter lion makes no apologies for being powerful. It is his natural state of being. He is in your life to encourage this same sense of raw power.
Perimeter Lion has a gentle strength. Most of Perimeter Lion's focus is on displaying boundaries to avoid hurting anyone. Clearly marked boundaries show others where the line is drawn and a caution to not cross that line.
Patience is foremost in the Perimeter Lions demeanor.
A Perimeter Lion displays a specialized force – Each Lion has a specific job in the community of his peers.
The Perimeter Lion's guidance is in the art of avoiding confrontation but he has limits and very firm boundaries to uphold.
He will teach you how to assert your inner strength on to the outer world.
Perimeter Lion has a balanced energetic force, he maintains harmony within and without.
Perimeter Lion is an excellent teacher in the area of creating a general feeling of safety and well being for the group that he is participating in or protecting.
Perimeter Lion is an excellent example of calm dominance.
All Lions have a depth of power that radiates outward from appearance and vocalizations.
Of course, Perimeter Lion displays a regal stance and even when feeling insecure or unsure of the environment, a sense of ownership and authority is foremost.
With Perimeter Lion a general sense of nobility is always present.
Perimeter Lion reacts with a gut level awareness, sacral, solar and heart centered responses are highlighted.
Perimeter Lion has a strong sense of pride and does not tolerate degradation.
Perimeter Lion exudes dignity.
Perimeter Lion displays authentic power and expresses this power with guiltless joy.
Perimeter Lion is specifically a protector, the perimeter guard that protects the pride. He has an exalted position in the group but is only tolerated as part of the group at certain times. He displays his strength only to create a sense of safety and boundaries for the group. It is his job to posture so the rest of the world sees that it's not worth the effort to challenge his boundaries. The perimeter lion is very youth tolerant and attracts the attention of the younger within his clan.
The Perimeter Lion is not subtle at all. He is direct and too the point, his intentions are no secret. With this Lion present you do not have to play around with symbols and mysteries, what you see is what you get.
With Perimeter Lion you must understand that courage is going to be the foremost trait that presents itself in your demeanor, not brute force necessarily but courageous dominance over your immediate environment.
Perimeter Lion teaches you that you must always take the time to observe your surroundings. He reminds you to pay attention to your environment.
Perimeter Lion is focused on teaching you to use your heart and instincts to think. This Lion is using instincts and emotional responses as mapping tools (Divination tools) to chart a course of action.
Know that waiting is as important as doing. Perimeter Lion teaches you the power of right timing. Be prepared to wait and rest for long periods of time. Your brand of courage requires a build up of strength, energy and force.
Perimeter Lion also teaches that accepting support from the group that you are protecting is part of the cycle that upholds the group. He can do his work because the group supports him to do it. Perimeter Lion must accept the offerings of food and respect that the group offers him.
Having a Perimeter Lion as a guide, friend, protector or teacher in your life chart is not dependent on gender. Anyone can have Perimeter Lion in their life chart.
Prayer to Perimeter Lion Spirit Guide
Perimeter Lion, Perimeter Lion, Perimeter Lion,
I call upon you now.
You are my power.
Direct me to display your calm dominance in all areas of my life.
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