Woodland Critters Lodge

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Woodland Critters Lodge :: Story & Symbols

In Native American legends all living things are connected and each has a spirit, none lesser than another, and each has many symbolic meanings.
Bear: Industrious, instinctive, healing, power, sovereignty, courage, will power, self-preservation, introspection, and great strength.
Deer: Compassion, peace, intellectual, gentle, caring, kind, innocence, and seller of adventure.
Fox: Cunning, agility, quick-witted, diplomacy, wildness, feminine magic of camouflage, shape-shifting and invisibility.
Rabbit: Abundance, comfort, vulnerability, fertility, sentiment, desire, and procreation.
Owl: Wisdom, deception, intuition, insight, messenger, mystery, freedom, secrets, vision.
Squirrel: Planner, gatherer, preparedness, awareness, sociable, playful, energy, resourceful.
Crow: Magical, shape shifting, change, creativity, spiritual strength, energy, higher perspective.
Raccoon: Curiosity, disguise, explorer, secret, night vision, cleanliness, dexterity, seeker.
Badger: Courage, aggressive, healer, energy conduit, determined, focused, confident.
Butterfly: Metamorphosis, balance, grace, ability to accept change, lightness, soul, vulnerability.
Heron & Egret: Self-determined, self-reliant, multi-tasking, balanced, calm, present, independent.
Hummingbird: Messenger, timelessness, healing, energy, vitality, infinity, affection, playfulness.
Quail: Group-work, team play, harmony, tolerance, protectiveness – especially toward children.

Tipi Lamps are 13″ tall – the oval base is 10.5 x 9.5″. The lamp fixture has a 7 W incandescent bulb with 6′ brown cord and toggle switch. To replace bulb open hinge on bottom of Tipi.

Tipi Lamps are $195. each – carefully packaged and shipped within USA for $20.

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Tipi lamp diagram