Ancient animal totems possess deep meaning and spiritual symbolism, but which animal on the totem pole are you most like? Ready to find out? To the quiz!
START THE QUIZ!
What startles you the most?
Being snuck up on
None of these
Which element do you feel most connected to?
What sounds like the best thing to do outside?
Who do you go to for advice?
My spiritual leaders
My best friend
Which word would you choose to describe your personality?
Which state would you like to call home?
What would you most like to have for lunch?
Grilled chicken sandwich
Are you an early bird or a night owl?
I'm an early bird.
I'm a night owl.
I'm a mix of both.
Do you prefer to hang out with others or on your own?
I like to roll in big groups.
I like to hang out with a few people at a time.
I like to be alone.
It depends on my mood.
If you were an animal, what would you do?
You represent the bear totem! Among Native Americans, bears tend to represent extremely strong medicine and often boast special powers in the areas of wisdom, strength, and healing. Bears are most often associated with healers and the totem of the bear represented ancient shamans and medicine men.
You represent the eagle totem! Among native Americans, the eagle conveyed the powers and messages of the spirit. They most often represented man's connection to the divine due to their ability to fly higher than any other bird. The eagle is symbolic of honesty, truth, freedom, and spirit.
You represent the frog totem! Among native American peoples, the frog totem represented fertility, abundance, and new life. Frogs were often seen as animal spirit guides that could coax one toward physical and emotional cleansing. These are totems of peace and well being.
You represent the turtle totem! Among native American peoples, the turtle totem represented stability and steadiness. Due to its shell, this totem often was meant to symbolize protection, safety, and strength as well!
You represent the wolf totem! Among native American peoples, wolves symbolized personal power, balance, self control, and animal instincts. Wolves are misunderstood to be aggressive, but spiritually speaking, they convey even keel and true self awareness.