We all have a spirit or totem animal who guides us and keeps us safe throughout our lives. Once we’ve identified who accompanies us along our way, we can call on them for help and guidance to make the most of their powers. If you are currently wondering who lies within you and how they can help you along your path, you’re definitely in the right place! Astrologer, Susan Taylor, reveals who your spirit animal is and how its accompaniment can benefit your life. All you need to know in order to figure out yours is your zodiac sign.


  • Use your zodiac sign to discover who protects and guides you
  • The complete list of spirit animals and their symbolism
  • What is a spirit animal?
  • How can I identify mine?
  • Do you choose your spirit animal?

Who is my spirit animal according to my zodiac sign?

Discover now which creature protects your sign thanks to our chart below;

Zodiac sign: Date of birth: Spirit animal:
Aries 21 March – 20 April Falcon
Taurus 21 April – 20 May Beaver
Gemini 21 May – 21 June Deer
Caner 22 June – 22 July Woodpecker
Leo 23 July – 23 August Salmon
Virgo 24 August – 22 September Bear
Libra 23 September – 22 October Crow
Scorpio 23 October – 22 November Snake
Sagittarius 23 November – 21 December Owl
Capricorn 22 December – 20 January Goose
Aquarius 21 January – 19 February Otter
Pisces 20 February – 20 March Wolf

As soon as you manage to establish a relationship with your spirit animals, they will guide you to the deeper and more powerful connection. Indeed, you will each follow your unique and enriching path accompanied by these magnificent beings, and they will bless you with their traits.

The complete list of spirit animals and their symbolism:

  • Falcon: Falcons are often seen as symbols of spiritual growth and enlightenment, and those with the falcon as their spirit animal may be on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual development. They may be called to explore their own inner selves and connect with their deeper purpose in life.
  • Beaver: The beaver is often considered a symbol of determination, industry, and creativity. It is also seen as a symbol of family and community, as beavers live in large groups and work together to build and maintain their dams and lodges. Other traits that are associated with the beaver spirit animal include resourcefulness, adaptability, and cooperation. As a spirit animal, the beaver may also represent the ability to create and build something of lasting value and significance.
  • Deer: The deer is often considered a symbol of grace, gentleness, and innocence. It is also seen as a symbol of intuition and sensitivity, as deer are often depicted as being in tune with the natural world and their surroundings. Other traits that are associated with the deer spirit animal include agility, speed, and a strong sense of curiosity and exploration.
  • Woodpecker: The woodpecker is often considered a symbol of persistence, determination, and adaptability. Woodpeckers are known for their hardworking and tireless nature, as they spend much of their time pecking at wood in search of food. This hardworking nature of woodpeckers symbolize determination and focus.
  • Salmon: In certain spiritual traditions, the Salmon is also associated with the ability to tap into the knowledge of the collective unconscious, a reminder to pay attention to your own inner voice and trust in your instincts, and to be open to the flow of life and allow it to take you to where you need to be. The Salmon is also a symbol of spiritual rebirth and renewal.
  • Bear: The bear is often considered a symbol of strength, courage, and power. Bear is known for its great physical strength and its ability to protect its family and territory. This symbolizes the ability to defend oneself and loved ones.
  • Crow: The crow is often considered a symbol of intelligence, insight, adaptability and the ability to overcome challenges. Crows are known for their problem-solving abilities, as well as their ability to thrive in a variety of environments. This symbolizes the ability to think outside the box and to be resourceful.
  • Snake: The snake is often considered a symbol of transformation, rebirth, and healing. Snakes are known for shedding their skin, which is seen as a symbol of the ability to shed the old and embrace the new. The snake is also associated with the cycle of life and death, and the importance of facing and overcoming fear.
  • Owl: The owl is often considered a symbol of wisdom, knowledge, and the ability to see beyond appearances. Owls are known for their large, expressive eyes, which are said to symbolize the ability to see and understand the true nature of things. They are also known for their silent flight, which is associated with the ability to move through the world with stealth and grace.
  • Goose: The goose is often considered a symbol of community, teamwork, and loyalty. Geese are known for their strong social bonds and their ability to work together in large groups, often traveling and migrating together. This is seen as a symbol of the importance of community and the ability to work together towards a common goal.
  • Otter: The otter is often considered a symbol of playfulness, joy, and the ability to find balance in life. Otters are known for their playful and curious nature, often seen playing and exploring their environment. This is seen as a symbol of the importance of finding balance and incorporating joy and playfulness into one’s life.
  • Wolf: The wolf is often considered a symbol of strength, loyalty, and the ability to work in a pack. Wolves are known for their strong social bonds and their ability to work together in large groups, often traveling and hunting together. This is seen as a symbol of the importance of community and the ability to work together towards a common goal.

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What is a spirit/totem animal? Here’s the definition

Animals carry meaningful messages and lessons to those who know how to listen and want to decode them. One function of your spiritual animal is to guide you and to draw your attention to what needs to be recognized or addressed, as well as showing you skills you can use or develop further. Everyone has a special creature that protects us and guides us through the different stages of our lives.

They are very present in the Amerindian culture and are known as venerated and mythical animal. In this culture, nature, animals and humans are linked together and each of us has a protective spirit animal that advises and accompanies us. It was considered as the protective spirit of the tribe. It is a kind of mascot, a protective spirit of a community or an individual.

Your spirit animal offers you its characteristics, its strengths, but also its weaknesses. When this enigmatic figure appears in your life, it is because it has a message to give you, a bit like guardian angels. Yet, it’s up to you to listen to what it has to say…

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Here’s what spirit animals can help you with:

  • An aspect of yourself that is already strongly developed or needs to be explored further.
  • A situation or environment in your daily life that has a strong emotional impact.
  • A life direction you might be considering or thinking about

How to know your spirit animal, without using your sun sign

1. Analyze your dreams; which animal comes back frequently?

When we dream, we are more receptive to energy and the world of totems. Thus, our mind is more willing to see them appear. Our emotions may be represented by animals that act as guides to the world of totems, or that seem to be symbols of uncontrollable or unrecognized feelings by the dreamer.

2. Whilst meditating; which creature appears to you?

As when we dream, it is very regularly when we step out of our usual state of mind that our spirit animal appears. A meditation session, for example, is a good way to see it appear.

3. Let them come to you: Keep an open mind

You can form a bond with several animals at different times in your life. Among the different ways to discover it, keep in mind that it is them who choose you and not the other way around.

You can limit yourself to the symbolic aspect of these guiding animals, or you can deepen the bond over time by looking out for its characteristics and observing it if it manifests itself in a physical form.

Do you choose your spirit animal?

Within the Native American culture, animals had a very important role. They were not only beings with which they cohabited, but also guides and protectors for humans. In a way, they were considered superior beings. They were what we call totem animals, of power or spirituality. It is therefore said that you can’t choose your spirit animal, because it chooses you. 

By studying these creatures, the Amerindians realized two things: that people who were born on certain dates had characteristics that were similar to animals and that every 13 moons a seasonal cycle began. Based on these two premises, they created a lunar calendar using the shell of a turtle that had 13 circles. They called it “the medicine wheel”, and in it, they represented and united the elements, the points of the compass, the seasons, and an identifying color. Then each circle was linked to an animal, and thus the Native American horoscope was born.

Susan Taylor’s insights: Amplify your personal development

You will have understood, the totem animals are there for your good and for your personal development. By understanding their meaning, you will be able to be more attentive to the messages that the Universe sends you. However, keep in mind that your totem animal can change during your life. It is normal, you evolve and so do your needs.


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