Turkey Spirit Animal

By Elena Harris, SpiritAnimal.info Editor

Turkey Spirit Animal

The Turkey is a spirit animal closely associated with honoring nature and the Earth. Symbol of abundance, this totem animal encourages us to honor our sources of nourishment, whether they are physical, emotional or spiritual. The turkey reminds us to develop a harmonious relationship with the land and our environment and consider them as foundations to our well-being and sustenance. The Turkey totem is a powerful guide to unlocking the fullness of life and feeling content with what we have instead of accumulating material belongings to seek happiness.

Turkey Symbolism

The symbolism of the Turkey focuses on the connection with the Earth and the abundance it provides. Generally, it symbolizes:

  • Abundance
  • Connection with the spirit of the land, with Mother Earth
  • Blessings from the Earth
  • Forms of nourishment in our life
  • Harvesting the fruits of your efforts and your work
  • Importance of community
  • Generosity, sharing
  • Having enough in our life, satisfaction

The Turkey spirit animal and the connection with the Earth

The Turkey has long been associated with the connection to the Earth and its blessings. This spirit animal reminds us of the importance of our relationship with the land and nature as a reciprocal source of nourishment and sustenance. In order to receive the land’s blessings, we also need to honor the land.

The Turkey totem conveys the spiritual connection with the Earth and reminds us the interconnectedness of our existence and our natural and social environment.

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The Turkey, a symbol of abundance

The Turkey has traditionally been associated with the spirit of giving and abundance, especially in North America. In the modern American culture, the Turkey is an important part of Thanksgiving Day. Originally, this day commemorates the pilgrim’s first harvest during which four turkeys were eaten. Nowadays, food is shared in celebration of gratitude and community.

In the traditional Native American culture, some tribes used to give turkeys as giveaway presents to other tribes.

Turkey Spirit Animal

The spirit of the Turkey and the importance of honoring feminine energies

Because the turkey is closely associated with the spirit of the Earth, it is also symbolic of feminine energies at work in our lives. This animal has been revered in ancient traditions as a symbol of fertility and abundance.

The turkey is a useful guide to unlocking the fullness of life. It invites those who have it as totem to cultivate the balance between giving and receiving and find contentment in what they have.

Turkey totem, community, and sharing

The spirit of the Turkey totem puts an emphasis on community and the importance of sharing and generosity. The wisdom of this spirit animal is about paying attention to the people who are part of our life, whether it’s our family members, coworkers, classmates, or society at large.

When the turkey shows up as a spirit guide, it encourages us to see beyond our immediate personal needs and foster a sustainable relationship with others. Those who have the turkey as a power animal or totem may be inclined to be generous and giving without expecting anything in return.

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46 Responses to Turkey Totem

  • brad

    i just had the great honor of an albino turkey, full adult, walk up a mine driveway….i was fortunate and videoed it for a full minute…mine dad always called me “turkey”.
    …thank you, spirits, for this most rarest of sightings

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  • Debra

    In the Morning Iread My Scriptures and pray,this particular morning I started Thanking The Lord Jesus Christ for His many blessings so I said Lord Thank You for this water stream, thank You for these birds flying all around and I looked up and saw the sky it was so beautiful so I Said Lord I want to see more of your Wonders. I got home and My Husband said look out the window and there was 5 turkeys,Gobble gobble gobbling away!!! It Amazed Me Once again God showed me His Wonders!! I never thought to look up the prophetic meaning of wild turkeys , My Husband did and so I looked it up and it came to pass as Abundance and to be content in what you have. I Love that!!!! I had been buying nick knacks and spending money net on things I didn’t need that just most of the time Inend up giving away!!! So now I will be. Intent and grateful for what God has given Me!!!

    • kristian

      I saw 5 turkeys the other day I wonder what that means …….

      • Joan

        I saw about 20 today. On my street.  Never before have I seen turkeys. In groups like this What does it mean ? -and it’s a week before thanksgiving

        • Bob

          I had 16 turkeys in my back yard when I got home yesterday. it means it is a time to be thankful for our blessings.

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