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Productivity and balance in the community, as well as work and joy

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The life of bees is about productivity and balance in the community, as well as work and joy.

The bees‘ spirit urges us to pause and enjoy the joy of the moment. The work of pollination is accompanied by enjoying the nectar and the scent of the flowers. People who tend to work too hard and sacrifice themselves all too easy forget the reason they do it in the first place if they don’t know how to enjoy themselves. The honey obtained through exertion represents the sweetness in life. Those who do not enjoy the result of their work have worked in vain.

Bees cannot survive in solitude, they need community. A hive is often viewed as a single being, even if it consists of many individuals. Bees stand up for one another and defend the community. The sense of community is also reflected in the essence.

The bee stands for fertility. It is supported in the plant world as well as in the bee  community itself.

As a totem animal, the bee helps you to determine your place in the community and to fulfill your task in it without neglecting yourself. Those who belong to the bee totem prefer cooperation and networking. They have clarity about their destiny and path of life and keep social commitment and individuality in balance. Willingness to help always serves to gain the other’s joie de vivre as well.

Honey is traditionally considered the nectar of the gods. The producer of the honey fulfills the role of the messenger of the gods, the bearer of good gifts.

If the bee appears in the dream, this can indicate the beginning of an undertaking that is of great importance both for the community and for yourself. Dreams about bees are often interpreted as predictions of happiness.

Just as well, the appearance of the bee in life as in dreams can indicate disorganization and indecision, which may lead to missing opportunities. You may use this encounter to reconsider your priorities and possibly rearrange them.

Key words of bee power are:

Balance, identity, calm, community, shared happiness, joie de vivre, productivity, patience, blessing, goal setting


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