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When a bird lands on your shoulder

 
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I never thought about asking people here what this means until now. The only reason I follow threads at GLP is I saw premonitions from many threads here come to light.

Two years ago I was walking into my office and a common everyday sparrow landed on my shoulder. My first thought was that it was disoriented and it would fly away but it did not. I reached for it and it scurried around to my other shoulder but did not fly away.

I went into my office and my secretary didn't notice it so I pointed it out to her. Her response was there is something wrong with you Jessica. Just so you understand her response. Animals seem to be attracted to me and I love animals as much as they seem to love me.

Anyway, I went about my business for the day and this bird stayed with me all day. If I went into a structure it would fly to a tree or to the roof of the structure and as soon as I came out it would be back on my shoulder again and get in my car with me to my next appointment.

I went back to my office at the end of the day and two of my employees pulled in at the end of their day and walked to me to say hello. The bird left my shoulder and plucked a cigarette from the mouth of one of my employees, flew with it a short way then pecked it to nothing before flying to a tree. As soon as they left it flew back to my shoulder and went home with me for the night. My cat Bob wasn't thrilled but what was I to do lol. The next day it popped on my shoulder, went to work with me then flew away never to return.

I have no idea what to make of this occurrence and wonder if anyone could enlighten me here.
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something weird happened with me a few years back, involving crows.

this particular day, i wasn't feeling too good, in fact i was like death warmed up. anyway, whilst working as a courier i walked to this block of flats to deliver an item, and as i was walking i noticed this group of crows rummaging about in the grass to my left.

when i came back out of the flats, feeling absolutely rotten because I just climbed three flights of stairs to deliver my item, i walked across the grass, head down, thinking i was dying to be honest, and i noticed as i walked, head down, that the crows were all around me. i could have bent down and stroked them, that's how close i was to them.

it wasn't till i was back in the car that i thought something weird had just happened.

normally you can't get within 20 feet of crows.try it, it's impossible.

do you think they sensed i was no threat because I was feeling so rotten?
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animals know who love them and are generally with loving, positive people.
Same with children too
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I never thought about asking people here what this means until now. The only reason I follow threads at GLP is I saw premonitions from many threads here come to light.

Two years ago I was walking into my office and a common everyday sparrow landed on my shoulder. My first thought was that it was disoriented and it would fly away but it did not. I reached for it and it scurried around to my other shoulder but did not fly away.

I went into my office and my secretary didn't notice it so I pointed it out to her. Her response was there is something wrong with you Jessica. Just so you understand her response. Animals seem to be attracted to me and I love animals as much as they seem to love me.

Anyway, I went about my business for the day and this bird stayed with me all day. If I went into a structure it would fly to a tree or to the roof of the structure and as soon as I came out it would be back on my shoulder again and get in my car with me to my next appointment.

I went back to my office at the end of the day and two of my employees pulled in at the end of their day and walked to me to say hello. The bird left my shoulder and plucked a cigarette from the mouth of one of my employees, flew with it a short way then pecked it to nothing before flying to a tree. As soon as they left it flew back to my shoulder and went home with me for the night. My cat Bob wasn't thrilled but what was I to do lol. The next day it popped on my shoulder, went to work with me then flew away never to return.

I have no idea what to make of this occurrence and wonder if anyone could enlighten me here.
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That is the coolest thing I've read today.
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I hope you weren't wearing a black shirt.
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I never thought about asking people here what this means until now. The only reason I follow threads at GLP is I saw premonitions from many threads here come to light.

Two years ago I was walking into my office and a common everyday sparrow landed on my shoulder. My first thought was that it was disoriented and it would fly away but it did not. I reached for it and it scurried around to my other shoulder but did not fly away.

I went into my office and my secretary didn't notice it so I pointed it out to her. Her response was there is something wrong with you Jessica. Just so you understand her response. Animals seem to be attracted to me and I love animals as much as they seem to love me.

Anyway, I went about my business for the day and this bird stayed with me all day. If I went into a structure it would fly to a tree or to the roof of the structure and as soon as I came out it would be back on my shoulder again and get in my car with me to my next appointment.

I went back to my office at the end of the day and two of my employees pulled in at the end of their day and walked to me to say hello. The bird left my shoulder and plucked a cigarette from the mouth of one of my employees, flew with it a short way then pecked it to nothing before flying to a tree. As soon as they left it flew back to my shoulder and went home with me for the night. My cat Bob wasn't thrilled but what was I to do lol. The next day it popped on my shoulder, went to work with me then flew away never to return.

I have no idea what to make of this occurrence and wonder if anyone could enlighten me here.
 Quoting: Jessie


It's an omen of some kind, at least that's my take on it.

Fascinating.
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I never thought about asking people here what this means until now. The only reason I follow threads at GLP is I saw premonitions from many threads here come to light.

Two years ago I was walking into my office and a common everyday sparrow landed on my shoulder. My first thought was that it was disoriented and it would fly away but it did not. I reached for it and it scurried around to my other shoulder but did not fly away.

I went into my office and my secretary didn't notice it so I pointed it out to her. Her response was there is something wrong with you Jessica. Just so you understand her response. Animals seem to be attracted to me and I love animals as much as they seem to love me.

Anyway, I went about my business for the day and this bird stayed with me all day. If I went into a structure it would fly to a tree or to the roof of the structure and as soon as I came out it would be back on my shoulder again and get in my car with me to my next appointment.

I went back to my office at the end of the day and two of my employees pulled in at the end of their day and walked to me to say hello. The bird left my shoulder and plucked a cigarette from the mouth of one of my employees, flew with it a short way then pecked it to nothing before flying to a tree. As soon as they left it flew back to my shoulder and went home with me for the night. My cat Bob wasn't thrilled but what was I to do lol. The next day it popped on my shoulder, went to work with me then flew away never to return.

I have no idea what to make of this occurrence and wonder if anyone could enlighten me here.
 Quoting: Jessie

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ALLOW ME TO ENLIGHTEN:

Prey animals will approach if no animosity is detected..

Predator animals will ignore if no fear detected ..

in other words the bird's vibes from you were that of a tree or other non-threatening life form..congratulations !
you pose no threat to prey animal kingdom ...birds and bunnies Rejoice !!!!

Now, lets see how you do with a Grizzly Bear encounter..

Remember : No Fear.

Outback Jack.
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Here some info the symbolism of the sparrow: [link to www.whats-your-sign.com]
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My mother had darn near the same thing happen to her and got the overwhelming sense of the presence of her father...
"And though I believe in the ineffable glory of God, and though I might have experienced the undeniable reality of the Deity, and though I may know the secrets of the ages, these do not fulfill the Love in my heart. But to Change and Be and Do and dissolve both the subject of my person and the object of my God into the fluency of Empirical Providence. The Way, the Truth, and the Life."
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the crimson rosellas around here land on my daughter all the time, and the kookabarras sit on the outdoor table when we're out there and the wrens and robins come in the house all the time, they know if you're a threat or not, they study you even. I know why each bird is prompted to come around close, us living where we do benifits them, the rosellas eat when the horses are fed in winter, the kookabarras eat when there are bbq's and when we cut firewood, and the little wrens and robins eat because the garden is more productive than the bush, and the sheds and house give more shelter then the trees.. over all, the birds are soft around here and they like the space we have created, I'm pretty sure of it.

You must do something OP that caught the little birds eye.
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something weird happened with me a few years back, involving crows.

this particular day, i wasn't feeling too good, in fact i was like death warmed up. anyway, whilst working as a courier i walked to this block of flats to deliver an item, and as i was walking i noticed this group of crows rummaging about in the grass to my left.

when i came back out of the flats, feeling absolutely rotten because I just climbed three flights of stairs to deliver my item, i walked across the grass, head down, thinking i was dying to be honest, and i noticed as i walked, head down, that the crows were all around me. i could have bent down and stroked them, that's how close i was to them.

it wasn't till i was back in the car that i thought something weird had just happened.

normally you can't get within 20 feet of crows.try it, it's impossible.

do you think they sensed i was no threat because I was feeling so rotten?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1149020

Hum I wasn't feeling well that day either now that you say that. It's really strange you saying that. I worried that day about keeping my men working. I was very worried about keeping my men working at that time. Things where getting slow
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I hope you weren't wearing a black shirt.
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It was actually brown. Believe it or not I own a HVAC company left to me from my DAD
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Hum I wasn't feeling well that day either now that you say that. It's really strange you saying that. I worried that day about keeping my men working. I was very worried about keeping my men working at that time. Things where getting slow
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may be a sign universe is trying to give you moral
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I grew up around birds of all sorts, mom bred parrots, all sorts, and we always had a lot of birds. Birds are very , very aware of your intent, without getting too sappy, and if you know peace in your heart, they will know this peace too.

I speak from my experiences like yours spread over my life, 38 years,

I wish I could show you guys how I interact with wild birds, but it is esoteric in nature. It's in your eyes, your heart, your mind, displayed through your body language, but this is missed by most because they are looking for pattern recognition in a human face. It's there, trust me, you just have to look.
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the crimson rosellas around here land on my daughter all the time, and the kookabarras sit on the outdoor table when we're out there and the wrens and robins come in the house all the time, they know if you're a threat or not, they study you even. I know why each bird is prompted to come around close, us living where we do benifits them, the rosellas eat when the horses are fed in winter, the kookabarras eat when there are bbq's and when we cut firewood, and the little wrens and robins eat because the garden is more productive than the bush, and the sheds and house give more shelter then the trees.. over all, the birds are soft around here and they like the space we have created, I'm pretty sure of it.

You must do something OP that caught the little birds eye.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1138823

I was thinking that maybe they know that you are no harm to them but why don't they all land on me? that is what puzzles me. We do have an enormous amount of birds near the office though. Maybe your right
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You must have a very good soul. Birds are typically very afraid of people. That is the oddest and nicest animal story I've ever read. Thanks for sharing it.
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My mother had darn near the same thing happen to her and got the overwhelming sense of the presence of her father...
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Birds are angels
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i had a flock of grakels fly over me once at the dallas zoo and shit all over me. what does that mean?
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My mother had darn near the same thing happen to her and got the overwhelming sense of the presence of her father...


Birds are angels
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I was thinking maybe that's why the bird pecked my employees cigarette to pieces to tell him that it will kill him
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I never thought about asking people here what this means until now. The only reason I follow threads at GLP is I saw premonitions from many threads here come to light.

Two years ago I was walking into my office and a common everyday sparrow landed on my shoulder. My first thought was that it was disoriented and it would fly away but it did not. I reached for it and it scurried around to my other shoulder but did not fly away.

I went into my office and my secretary didn't notice it so I pointed it out to her. Her response was there is something wrong with you Jessica. Just so you understand her response. Animals seem to be attracted to me and I love animals as much as they seem to love me.

Anyway, I went about my business for the day and this bird stayed with me all day. If I went into a structure it would fly to a tree or to the roof of the structure and as soon as I came out it would be back on my shoulder again and get in my car with me to my next appointment.

I went back to my office at the end of the day and two of my employees pulled in at the end of their day and walked to me to say hello. The bird left my shoulder and plucked a cigarette from the mouth of one of my employees, flew with it a short way then pecked it to nothing before flying to a tree. As soon as they left it flew back to my shoulder and went home with me for the night. My cat Bob wasn't thrilled but what was I to do lol. The next day it popped on my shoulder, went to work with me then flew away never to return.

I have no idea what to make of this occurrence and wonder if anyone could enlighten me here.
 Quoting: Jessie



AMEN!!!! So beautiful, I can hear nature as well write now...

Geese a bird chirping,

while evil was moving out today, I had wasps or hornets in the house, gently captured them and released...also caught a grasshopper and observed it for a few minutes, then released.
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Wow. Cool story.
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woodpecker connected with me nov 2007

as i sat in the woods on a stump after hiking in the snow.

just sat right next to me, watching. we were there for an hour...enjoying the peace.
~you are love
~the key...it's almost time.

!poke the bulge!

~here is my hand...it can be closed like a fist...or open to hold...yet it is still my hand.
~Today is cancelled...due to lack of interest.
~Without order nothing exists. Without chaos nothing evolves.

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one day in the far away future, order will submit to chaos and the entire illusion will vanish."
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I had a wierd thing happen with sparrows when my dog died a few years ago. I brought her body home from the vet and went to bury her in the flower garden in the back yard. After I had dug her grave and was laying her to rest, a whole flock of sparrows landed in the maple tree right above where my wife and I were standing. They stayed there, unafraid of us, until we were finished and had said our goodbyes. The next day, they flew into a lilac bush near where I was walking and sat there until I had gone back into the house. It still gives me a kinda wierd feeling and I haven't had such an experience since.
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This also happened to my brother one day at the farm. They had taken something out like a tree or a fence post, and they we're doing something and he was standing in the spot where it had been. So, while he is standing there, a bird He said was a dove, flies up and lands on his shoulder. He said that as best he could figure, it thought he was the object that had been there. When he told me the story, he said "I was just standing there and this bird lands on my shoulder and starts chirping."
He was holding something, so he shrugged his shoulder to get it to fly off and it wouldn't go, until he turned to it and told it to get lost. The bird flew off, circled, came back, and landed on his shoulder again. It didn't leave until he swatted it away.
When he told me this, I pointed at him and jokingly said "Your Jesus."
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I never thought about asking people here what this means until now. The only reason I follow threads at GLP is I saw premonitions from many threads here come to light.

Two years ago I was walking into my office and a common everyday sparrow landed on my shoulder. My first thought was that it was disoriented and it would fly away but it did not. I reached for it and it scurried around to my other shoulder but did not fly away.

I went into my office and my secretary didn't notice it so I pointed it out to her. Her response was there is something wrong with you Jessica. Just so you understand her response. Animals seem to be attracted to me and I love animals as much as they seem to love me.

Anyway, I went about my business for the day and this bird stayed with me all day. If I went into a structure it would fly to a tree or to the roof of the structure and as soon as I came out it would be back on my shoulder again and get in my car with me to my next appointment.

I went back to my office at the end of the day and two of my employees pulled in at the end of their day and walked to me to say hello. The bird left my shoulder and plucked a cigarette from the mouth of one of my employees, flew with it a short way then pecked it to nothing before flying to a tree. As soon as they left it flew back to my shoulder and went home with me for the night. My cat Bob wasn't thrilled but what was I to do lol. The next day it popped on my shoulder, went to work with me then flew away never to return.

I have no idea what to make of this occurrence and wonder if anyone could enlighten me here.



AMEN!!!! So beautiful, I can hear nature as well write now...

Geese a bird chirping,

while evil was moving out today, I had wasps or hornets in the house, gently captured them and released...also caught a grasshopper and observed it for a few minutes, then released.
 Quoting: IMMANUEL

I don't kill creatures either. I love em all. Even snakes lol
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One day while getting ready for work, I heard the sound of wings flapping near my bathroom. I’m on the second floor surrounded by trees and it was so loud that I knew some bird had to be really close by. I peered out the window to see one of the biggest black birds I’ve ever encountered in my life eating something out of a spider web. We were ace to face with only a thin screen separating us. He was HUGE and had this presence about him. He had this interesting, distinctive plumage on his chest that seemed so regal. I named him Rex. Anyway, he didn’t even take off after his meal, he started playing the staring game with me. I was transfixed by this bird, by his curiosity and cajones, but had to finish getting ready for work. Rex won the staring contest; I said goodbye and left the window. I didn’t hear his wings flap when he eventually took off, which I found kind of weird.
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i had a flock of grakels fly over me once at the dallas zoo and shit all over me. what does that mean?
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reminds me of another story whilst doing my job as a courier.

i was stood at the front door of this property, and as I was waiting for the answer, I heard a big SPLAT right next to me.

looked up, and there was this CROW (again! lol), sat on a high wire right above me, and as I looked at it, it just cocked it's head to one side as if to say, 'Fuck! I missed!'

my temper just went. 'You little BASTARD!' I shouted at him, and off he flew to another roof across the road.

lol

they know alright!
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I've experienced this with lizards.


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This also happened to my brother one day at the farm. They had taken something out like a tree or a fence post, and they we're doing something and he was standing in the spot where it had been. So, while he is standing there, a bird He said was a dove, flies up and lands on his shoulder. He said that as best he could figure, it thought he was the object that had been there. When he told me the story, he said "I was just standing there and this bird lands on my shoulder and starts chirping."
He was holding something, so he shrugged his shoulder to get it to fly off and it wouldn't go, until he turned to it and told it to get lost. The bird flew off, circled, came back, and landed on his shoulder again. It didn't leave until he swatted it away.
When he told me this, I pointed at him and jokingly said "Your Jesus."
 Quoting: Mitheriel

Too bad he didn't spend the day with the dove. I have to admit that after the sparrow landed on my shoulder I get work for my guys just at the right time when I start to worry. I'm not saying there is a correlation but things weren't going so well before that.

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