Outdoors

What does seeing a hummingbird symbolize?

Hummingbirds have a long history of folklore and symbolism in native cultures. The Aztecs saw them as messengers between them and their ancestors or the gods. In Native American culture, hummingbirds are seen as healers and bringers of love, good luck, and joy.

In Central America, they are a sign of love and will bring love to the person who spots them. The hummingbird generally symbolizes joy and playfulness, as well as adaptability.

There may be many reasons you encounter those beautiful creatures, but here are some common ideas. They may give you a clue that you need to be more flexible with all the changes in your life. Hummingbirds are erratic and they shift positions quickly. Do you desire to make changes?

When a hummingbird appears near you, they are reflecting the positive side of life by showing you the joy in small things. It’s important that you honor the small things in life and let go of the heavy toxic ones. There is magic in the air brought to you via serendipity and synchronicity. Pay attention to repetitive signs.

The hummingbird is tireless in its pursuit of finding sweetness. They appear in our lives to remind us of staying on track for what we want while enjoying the process. Hummingbirds can travel over 2000 miles from Central America to North America every year just to reach their destination. 

This is also a reminder of pursuing your dreams and not allowing obstacles to stop you regardless of the distance. The hummingbird is also a reminder of time and how we perceive it. They are magical in the way they use their wings.

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