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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The _________ is one of the tiniest birds in the world, but can migrate over vast distances.
2. The animals should be seen as ___________ powers which provide symbols in our everyday lives.
3. _________ is simply the movement from one climate zone to the next for food and it is done within many animal species.
4. The first exercise called "Beginning the Day" invites the reader to start by visualizing stepping outside and being greeted by __________.
(b) A bear.
(c) A loved one.
5. _________ are a symbol of rising from the terrestrial world, of being free of the gravity of the mundane world.
Short Answer Questions
1. The author points out that when people work with breathing and relaxation, people can reduce and eliminate __________.
2. The primary food source of a ____________ can also be a totem, if a person does his research.
3. What is the number which is associated with creativity and new birth, according to the author?
4. In many cases, the early priests and priestesses would adopt the guise of ___________, wearing skins and masks to symbolize reawakening.
5. What sorts of crystals can help to support the energy of a fetish while also providing support to a prayer stick?
Short Essay Questions
1. Give some examples in which attributes of an animal might be given to a human via description.
2. What are some of the ways in which the astral plane might be described to another person?
3. What is the importance of the mating style of an animal when it comes to the interpretation of totems?
4. What makes the totem relationship different from other relationships to animals in one's life?
5. What is one of the reasons why turkey vultures seem to have such odd heads?
6. In the ancient history of the Native American tribes, what was the relationship between animals and people?
7. What is the recommendation the author makes in order for a person to become more sensitive to his surroundings?
8. How can a person know that the behaviors of a specific animal are representative of the entire species?
9. What does Andrews point out about the differentiation between animals and humans in the modern world?
10. What does a person first need in order to begin to understand how to predict events and occurrences in his life?
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