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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. When working with animal totems, one does not need to think of these animals as having a lot of _____________.
2. A person will want to take the feathers out from time to time to breathe on them, helping to _________ them.
3. The first exercise called "Beginning the Day" invites the reader to start by visualizing stepping outside and being greeted by __________.
(b) A loved one.
(c) A bear.
4. Who might NOT be considered a Spirit Being, according to the definition laid out by Andrews?
5. In primitive cultures, birds were like gods, making the __________ and bringing the rain.
(c) Food grow.
Short Answer Questions
1. In the older gnostics, the _________ was a major form of the god, Abraxas, according to the findings of the author.
2. The crow can recall ________ connections to those times and cultures, but also reflects some of the archetypal forces that it can connect with us.
3. _________ are often reminders to listen closely - to pay attention to what is blowing on the winds.
4. Chickadees travel in _______, reflecting a cheerful sociableness about them, according to the author.
5. The blackbird keynote entry includes the idea that this bird is linked to understanding the ____________ of Mother Nature.
Short Essay Questions
1. Are cats considered to be high maintenance, according to the author's description of house cats?
2. What does Andrews say is very helpful when it comes to establishing a relationship with a totem animal?
3. While some might call domestic horses 'broken,' what is the other explanation that some have for these horses?
4. What are some items which can be attached to a prayer stick in order to give it power for the person using it?
5. How does the author suggest a person use feathers effectively in his own personal workings?
6. What is the role of the male lion within his community of lions, according to the author's description?
7. What is the status of the turkey vulture - is it a scavenger or a predator when it's out in the wild?
8. What happens as a result of the bobcat's accurate sensors about energy and other people?
9. What is one of the reasons why turkey vultures seem to have such odd heads?
10. What does it mean when Andrews talks about the idea of an animal being transitory in nature?
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