Hummingbird Symbolism & Meaning & the Hummingbird Spirit Animal

Hummingbird Symbolism, Meanings, and Spirit Animal

The hummingbird symbolizes joy, healing, good luck, messages from spirits, and other special qualities. It’s no surprise that hummingbird symbolism and meaning are important to people around the world. Just as the hummingbird spirit animal is a sacred totem for many. While they are tiny beings, hummingbirds pack a lot of powerful, positive energy. 

In this post, you’ll find a detailed guide on hummingbird symbolism, spiritual meanings, and cultural mythology. Plus, you’ll learn more about what hummingbird encounters may mean in your life.

What does a hummingbird symbolize?

Purple hummingbird

Hummingbird symbolism and meaning vary from culture to culture, and they have can different meanings for individuals on a personal level. However, here are some universal hummingbird meanings to people around the world:

  • Joy
  • Healing
  • Beauty
  • Sweetness
  • Good Luck
  • Variety
  • Angels
  • Spirits
  • Messengers
  • Flirtatiousness
  • Agility

What does it mean when you see a hummingbird?

If a hummingbird makes themselves known to you, pay attention. There are no coincidences. Seeing a hummingbird in real life, in a dream, art, or the media that rivets your attention is an experience worth exploring. Hummingbirds are always positive symbols and good omens. The following are details about commonly shared hummingbird meanings, and you can read more about their cultural significance below.

Detailed Hummingbird Symbols and Meanings

Vibrance and Variety

Rivoli's hummingbirds
Rivoli’s hummingbirds (Eugenes fulgens.) Photo: Petr Simon.

While they are tiny, hummingbirds are noticeable because they come in a vibrant array of jewel-like colors. In addition, they are associated with the colorful flowers from which they get nectar and, in turn, pollinate. Because of this, hummingbirds are symbols of vibrancy and variety.

The Splendor of Diversity

The hummingbird spirit reminds us to welcome diversity in our lives and to honor the richness of variety. Too much routine has the potential to drag us down and put things on autopilot, so we stop evolving. The hummingbird spirit is the antithesis of falling into a rut!

After all, if the hummingbird didn’t visit multiple blossoms, it would limit their capacity to pollinate more flowers, thus hindering growth. The hummingbird spirit animal is a reminder that if you feel stuck in some way or you don’t have answers – do something different. Switch up your routine!

Hummingbird Meaning: Flirtatiousness

Cattelya Orchid and Three Brazilian Hummingbirds by Martin Johnson Heade
Cattelya Orchid and Three Brazilian Hummingbirds by Martin Johnson Heade, 1871.

The hummingbird is also a symbol of flirtatiousness. These tiny birds fly quickly from blossom to blossom, enjoying the nectar of a variety of flowers. In fact, unlike ravens and eagles, hummingbirds do not mate for life. Now, seeing a hummingbird doesn’t mean you should go out and have an affair or avoid a commitment! Rather, the hummingbird spirit animal may be telling you to lighten up and have a little more fun. Instead of viewing your relationship as “serious” why not view it as flirtatious and fun?

If you’re single or dating, seeing a hummingbird can be a sign to not get into a serious relationship at this time, but instead to focus on meeting new people and widening your social circle.

Agility

Hummingbird Pollinating a Flower

Scientists have studied the aerodynamics of the hummingbird for decades. Like dragonflies and owls, the hummingbird possesses special flying skills. Even in extremely windy conditions, they can stabilize themselves in midair while feeding. Essentially, they are able to adjust in varying conditions to achieve their goals.

Seeing a hummingbird can be a reminder that life is not about waiting for the perfect conditions. Instead of focusing on resisting challenges, consider how you can handle them with grace and agility. By doing this, you can achieve your goals. The hummingbird spirit animal also says, if there is an opportunity in front of you, don’t wait. Be agile and seize the moment.

Speed, Energy, and Effectiveness

Some species of hummingbirds have hearts that beat over 1,200 times per minute, and they inhale and exhale as much as 250 breaths per minute.1 Needless to say, this is a very speedy little bird. In addition to being fast, the hummingbird is very important to the ecosystems in which they live. As a pollinator, the hummingbird serves a vital role alongside the bee and the butterfly. They are foundational to supporting life on Earth.

The hummingbird power animal is a reminder that although you may feel small or insignificant at times – one person can have a big impact. Whatever your dreams are – even if they may seem small by other people’s standards, the hummingbird tells you to get busy. Use your positive energy to achieve your aims.

A Few Words on Rest…
As quick and busy as they are, the hummingbird must also rest. In fact, when food is not available, a hummingbird can slow their metabolisms and enter a hibernating, deep-sleep state, which is called torpor.

You may be a high-energy person who thrives on going, going, going. The hummingbird spirit reminds you to give yourself some down time. Rest and relaxation are essential for keeping yourself healthy – mentally, emotionally, and physically. Remember to take the time to recharge so you can primed to accomplish your dreams.

Hummingbird Meaning: Health, Healing, and Vitality

Allen's hummingbird (Selasphorus sasin)
Allen’s hummingbird (Selasphorus sasin). Photo: Art Tower.

The hummingbird has co-evolved with flowers. In a sublime, harmonious partnership, the hummingbird gets nectar from the flower and, in return, the hummingbird pollinates more flowers, which extends their life force. This is why the hummingbird is a symbol of health, healing, and vitality.

Hummingbird meaning also reminds you to be conscious of what you seek for stimulation and nourishment, whether it’s food, substances, things, or relationships. Is it a truly symbiotic, balanced, and mutually healthy relationship? If not, be like a hummingbird and quickly move on. Balance, harmony, and reciprocity do exist. You just have to be willing to leave the situations that are unhealthy to find the ones that will nourish you.

Joy, Sweetness, and Good Luck

Two hummingbirds and a flower

A beloved bird to many, the hummingbird is also a symbol of good luck. These nectar-drinking birds are reminders to live la dolce vita – the sweet life. Life can be hard on the Earthly plane. Yet the hummingbird, with their vibrant, humming presence, reminds us to focus on the joy in life. When we live in a joyful state, it’s easier for good luck to find us.

The hummingbird spirit animal reminds you that good luck happens when you are receptive and open to the wonders in life. An affirmation of the hummingbird is, “I make good luck happen.”

Angels, Spirits, and Messages

Princess Ruby Throat and the Hummingbird
Cover of Audubon Magazine, 1887. Princess Ruby-Throat: The Story of the Hummingbird. Image: The Audubon Society.

Like the butterfly, the hummingbird is also seen as a messenger from your spirit guides. Hummingbirds are here in their Earthly manifestations for three-to-five years. So, if you have an opportunity to meet a hummingbird in their lifetime, say a prayer of thanks, and think of those you love who have transitioned to the spirit world. The hummingbird is a beautiful reminder that your spirit guides are present.

Hummingbird Spirit Animal

Girl and Hummingbird Spirit Animal

“Like the hummingbird sipping nectar from every flower, I fly joyfully through my days, seeing beauty in everything.”
– Amethyst Wyldfyre

According to Native American traditions, you don’t necessarily chose your spirit animals; rather, they choose you. This might happen on a vision quest or when a particular animal captures your attention and has a profound effect on your life. It’s important to be receptive to what the interaction can mean instead of just brushing it aside.

Whether you know already that the hummingbird is your spirit animal, or one has suddenly entered your life, delving into hummingbird symbols and meanings can give you insights into an issue that’s on your mind or guidance on your soul’s journey. Hummingbirds are always positive signs. With their beautiful colors and vibrating wings, they remind us to step outside of our thoughts and notice the wonders around us.

If you are curious about other animals who might be your spirit guides, you can learn more in UniGuide’s overview post about spirit animals and take the spirit animal test.

Hummingbird Power Animal

As the name implies, a power animal can inspire you with their most dynamic traits. So, if you want to transform an area of your life, mediate on the attributes that the power animal represents. For example, as a symbol of joy, variety, and healing, the hummingbird power animal is a dynamic symbol for bringing more happiness and vitality into your life.

Hummingbird Totem

In Native American cultures, animal totems hold the protective powers of the animal they represent. Thus, the hummingbird totem is a helpful symbol for manifesting more joy, variety, health, and good luck in your life. In addition, the hummingbird totem is a helpful symbol when you are in prayer or meditation and want to connect with your loved ones who have passed.

Hummingbird Mythology and Folklore

Tens of millions of years ago, hummingbirds lived in the geographical region that is now Europe.2 However, in more recent history, they are native only to the Americas – with a range from southern Alaska all the way to Tierra del Fuego at the southern tip of South America. Hummingbirds can also be found in the Caribbean Islands. Because of this range, human cultures of the Americas and tropics are rich with hummingbird legends and folklore. The following are some of those stories.

Native American Hummingbird Meaning

Native Americans revere nature and animals. Thus, their culture has many vivid stories about the power of animal spirits and the profound role they play in human life. While Native American cultures are quite diverse, the hummingbird is viewed as a helpful spirit guide and messenger by many tribes, as well a healer and a source of good luck.3

Hummingbird Meaning in Hopi and Zuni Culture

There is a story told in the Hopi and Zuni tradition of a famine that plagued the land. Because food and water were scarce, a mother and father were forced to leave their young son and daughter behind as they went searching for supplies to sustain their family.

To pass the time while waiting, the boy carved a hummingbird out of a piece of wood. When his sister threw the toy into the air, the small bird came to life and played with the children.

However, seeing that they were hungry, the hummingbird began to worry about them. So, she went searching and returned everyday with an ear of corn to sustain them. Realizing they would need more to eat, the hummingbird flew to the center of the Earth to beg the God of Fertility to replenish the land. Impressed by the beautiful and sincere little bird, the God of Fertility delivered rain, which fed the soil and helped the crops to grow again.4

Apache Hummingbird Symbolism

Apache hummingbird headdress
Apache hummingbird headdress, Leaf Spirits.

In Apache folklore, there is a story of a young warrior named Wind Dancer who is deaf. Despite his deafness, Wind Dancer creates beautiful, wordless songs. Indeed, the sound is so exquisite that the songs bring fair weather and healing to the land.

One day, Wind Dancer falls in love with a beautiful woman named Bright Rain. They meet when Bright Rain is being attacked by a wolf and Wind Dancer steps in to rescue her. However, early in their romance, Wind Dancer is killed tragically in battle. When he dies, winter falls on the land.

Grieving, Bright Rain walks into an open field. And when she does, the spirit of Wind Dancer visits her in the form of a hummingbird. The tiny bird sings Wind Dancer’s sweet, wordless songs in Bright Rain’s ears and she is comforted in her grief. When Bright Rain feels a sense of peace, fair weather returns to the land.

Hummingbird Meaning in Navajo Culture

For the Navajo People, the hummingbird meaning symbolizes beauty and wisdom. As with other birds, the Navajo view hummingbirds as sacred beings who should not be harmed. In addition, the hummingbird is seen as a teacher because they taught the Navajo about life, as they gather nectar and pollen, then travel from flower to flower.

Meaning of the Hummingbird in Pueblo Culture

Pueblo hummingbird print
“Mary’s Prayer” by Jerome Martinez, in honor of his mother. San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico. Image: Pueblo Prints.

Most Native American tribes are based around a clan system, which is a community organization that it rooted in maternal family lines. Each clan is associated with a specific animal. For example, the Creek, Chippewa, Algonquian, Navajo, and Pueblo Nations all have bear clans. The Pueblo Nation is one tribe that has a hummingbird clan. Thus, these special birds have important meaning in Pueblo stories.

According to one Pueblo legend, caterpillars are the guardians of tobacco plants. But it’s the hummingbird who gathers smoke from the caterpillar and then brings it to the shamans, or medicine men, who use it to purify the Earth. In return, the hummingbird brings gifts from the shamans to the Great Mother who exists beneath the soil.

The Hummingbird and the Rainbow

In another Pueblo legend, there was a demon who made a bet with the Sun and lost. When he lost the bet, he went blind. Filled with anger at going blind, the demon spewed hot lava, which set the world on fire.

The hummingbird, who was a simple gray bird at the time, took it upon himself to fly around and gather rain clouds from all four directions and put out the fire. When his work was done, he flew away. But as he did, there was a rainbow in the sky, which he flew through. The rainbow blessed the hummingbird by painting him with its bright colors. To this day, members of the Pueblo Nation do a hummingbird dance to bring rain.

Hummingbird Meaning in Mexican and Central American Culture

According to stories by the Maya People, when the Sun courts the Moon, he disguises himself as a beautiful hummingbird. In addition, the Mayas believed that the first wedding was that of two hummingbirds. The hummingbird was created by the Great Creator who made all birds. When he was done making all birds, he had leftover pieces, so he made the first hummingbird. This bird was very small, so the Creator made sure he could fly fast.5

Dzu-nu-ume

When the hummingbird flew above the Creator, his wings made a humming sound: “dzu-nu-ume, dzu-nu-ume.” So, the Mayas called him Dzunuume, or the Hummer.

The Creator loved the little hummingbird so much that he created a mate for him and a wedding was planned.

All of the animals of the forest came to the ceremony, which was the first wedding in history. However, the other birds didn’t think the hummingbirds had enough color, so they all gave some of their feathers to the pair as wedding gifts. And the Sun promised that the hummingbirds’ feathers would gleam with magic in the sunshine.

Aztec Hummingbird Symbolism

Huitziláihuitl, the Second Aztec King
Huitziláihuitl, the second Aztec king, with hummingbird, by Juan de Tovar, ca. 1546-1626.

For the ancient Aztecs, the God of Sun and War was called Hitzilopochti, which translates to Hummingbird Wizard. For the Aztecs, Hitzilopochti is a very important patron god. In fact, hummingbirds were so sacred in Aztec culture that only shamans and tribal leaders were allowed to wear hummingbird feathers. In addition, Aztec warriors believed that if they died in battle, they would be reincarnated as a hummingbird.

Taino Nation

The Taino Nation, who are an Indigenous People from the Caribbean, revered the hummingbird as a symbol of fertility for all life. According to Taino legends, the hummingbird started out as a fly, but Father Sun, whom they call Agueybaba, transformed him into a tiny bird.

For the Taino, the hummingbird is a symbol of rebirth, and even though they are small, they have the fierce heart of an eagle. The Taino People call their warriors the “Colibri” Warriors, which translates to Hummingbird Warriors.

In other Caribbean folklore, hummingbirds are believed to be spirit messengers, including guides and departed loved ones.

Hummingbird Dream Meaning

Hummingbird and eye

If you dream of a hummingbird, consider the emotions you felt in the dream. Those feelings can give you insight into what the hummingbird in the dream might symbolize for you. For example, did you feel fear or happiness? Anxiety or wonder? Dreams can reveal things that we’re not actively addressing in our conscious, awake state – but that we should address.

Consider some of the common hummingbird symbols described in this post and reflect on the related areas of your life. Even anxious dreams can be gifts. They can prompt us to take the time to be objective observers of our own thoughts, so that we can improve areas of our life.

Many psychic mediums say that you should pay particular attention to your vivid dreams. If you dream of people you know or a pet (living or those who have passed) or a creature such as a hummingbird or butterfly, it may mean you connected as souls on the astral plane.

Hummingbird Tattoo

Hummingbird TattooA hummingbird tattoo demonstrates that you have joie de vivre – that you cherish the joy and variety in life. It can also show that you are in tune with and in communication with your spirit guides. Tattoos are obviously deeply personal. But hopefully understanding more about the symbolism applied to hummingbirds will bring deeper meaning to your tattoo.

How You Can Help Hummingbirds

Sapphire-throated hummingbird
Sapphire-throated hummingbird (Lepidopyga coeruleogularis coeruleogularis). Photo: Charles J. Sharp.

Are hummingbirds endangered?
People who love hummingbirds often ask this question and, unfortunately, yes, hummingbirds are very much endangered. Over 10 percent of hummingbird species are at risk of extinction. If you care about hummingbirds, please do what you can to protect them. Here are some organizations that are working to protect these precious birds.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does it mean when a hummingbird hovers near you?

If a hummingbird crosses your path or hovers near you, it is always a positive omen. For one, you are viewed as a trusting and peaceful person. In addition, the hummingbird carries a message for greeting from one or your angels or spirit guides.

What does hummingbirds mean in Navajo culture?

For the Navajo, hummingbirds symbolize beauty and wisdom. They are also viewed as teachers who showed the Navajo People the importance of pollination and sustenance.

What does a hummingbird mean regarding pregnancy?

Hummingbirds are fertility symbols, so they are positive signs if you want to conceive or expand your family in some way. They are also signs to remember to try not to worry too much during pregnancy (although you will!) – and to focus on the joy and positive aspects of bringing a new life into the world.

What does it mean to see a dead hummingbird?

If you see a dead hummingbird, you have been chosen to honor their life. You can do this by providing proper burial or moving their body to a peaceful place. In addition, give thanks to the hummingbird for bringing joy and extending life her on Earth while they lived, and pray for their soul to be at peace.

What does it say about hummingbirds in the Bible?

Hummingbirds are not mentioned in the Bible because they are not native birds in the places where the Bible was likely written. Hummingbirds are native birds to the Americas and the Caribbean. So, the writers of the Bible, who were likely living around Egypt, Turkey, and elsewhere in the Middle East, most likely had never seen a hummingbird.

What is the spiritual meaning of a hummingbird?

On a spiritual level, hummingbirds are viewed as messengers from loved ones who have passed on to the spirit world. They also symbolize paradise on Earth because of their beauty. So, they remind us to cherish the beauty of life on Earth.

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33 thoughts on “Hummingbird Symbolism & Meaning & the Hummingbird Spirit Animal”

  1. Just now a hummingbird flew into my house. It allowed me to help it hold it for a while and when it felt well enough it flew away. Such a tresendendent experience.

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  2. In the last week or so, twice I’ve seen hummingbirds on my 4th story apartment balcony. I live in Hollywood, in fact can see the Hollywood sign from my living, bedroom & balcony but not a lot of trees or flowers certainly not on my balcony. But each hummingbird came & hovered deep in the balcony for a minute or so; no flowers on my balcony. In my morning visualization meditations I’ve been asking for a unexpected sign that I’m in 2 way communication with Infinite Intelligence about my life purpose. And I’m certain, today at least I got my answer. Blessings for all your thoughtful postings.🕊🥰💖🙏🏻

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    • I am very happy to hear this. That’s a lovely affirmation and I was able to imagine it all with your vivid description! Maybe put out some hanging planters with hummingbird-friendly flowers or feeders for them? Anything we can do to help these precious endangered birds will go a long way, and they remember food sources on their migration routes. Best of luck to you and thanks for sharing!

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  3. Today marks my moms passing. Its been 4 years.
    My heart is still heavy until I saw my first real life hummingbird ( colibri) I cried and cried and cried. I am grateful I needed that visit. Til we meet again Mami❤️

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    • I am sorry to hear about losing your mom. My mom passed March 2022, so I understand how it feels. But I know they are around us. I have some geraniums right outside my door. My mom also planted those flowers. And when I sit by them, I can see an extra glow emanating from them. That is my mom. I am certain your mom is around you too!

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  4. To start this story we lost our son to sucide at 42 yrs of age. We were devastated as he was such a nice boy and we loved him so very much. Well things really started to happen after that. Many things but we received a card from a neighbour with a hummingbird that sprung out when opened. Right after that we were on our deck and a hummingbird appeared and came right up close to our face and hovered for quite a spell first mine and then did the same to my hubby. We were shocked and knew something was up. A wild bird landed on my hubbys shoulder while running a loud gas lawnmower and rode a bit. I never knew about the traditional beliefs but l do now. I have conversations with a dove all the time also. What do you think?

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    • I am so sorry for the loss of your son. As they say – suicide is a permanent solution to what is so often a temporary problem. I am so sorry. Many mediums I have heard interviewed, or when they present or in their writings, say that the spirits of those who have committed suicide often realize they made a rash decision and that it’s something that happened too fast. But more importantly, they don’t want their loved ones to suffer and they want to express to them that they are at peace. I love hearing about the signs you are experiencing from your son. I know there is an emptiness in your life but I really hope the beautiful birds are bringing you some peace. It feels to me that they are giving you messages from your son. Take care!

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  5. My mom has past, she loved humming birds, I was sitting at my table , I just came home from the hospital and I heard a little noise at my glass sliding door and low and behold it was a hummingbird looking at me, I want to think it was my mom here for a visit, it filled me with love.

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    • I am so sorry about the loss of your mom. My mom passed last month. The grief comes like big waves – calm, and then it bowls me over! But I love hearing about your hummingbird visit. My mom loved geraniums and so I have a lot of them on my patio. And lately it’s like they are glowing, or pulsating – there is so much vibrancy! And I always say – Hi Mom! :o)

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  6. My grandma loved hummingbirds! Whenever I see one I am reminded of her. I was walking my dog one day, mind you I had a shirt with a hummingbird on it. And one came up really close to me. I stood still, as it approached it looked right at me then flew off. I have one just hanging out in my backyard now.

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  7. It’s amazing how hummingbirds have so many meanings and symbols in such diverse cultures. I also once saw pictures of beautiful, bright hummingbirds flying into my garden. I also feel something special when I see them. On that morning, because I love to watch birds in the morning at my garden, I met the image of a brilliant hummingbird flying in. Maybe it’s the positive energy it gives me. I started work with an energetic and happy day, and I have always thought positively in every problem encountered. It’s magical and wonderful to see hummingbirds. Thanks for your sharing.

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    • Hi Pamela, That is an interesting question! I immediately thought about two different stories I heard about people’s dog companions fussing over a particular part of their body. In both cases, the people had cancer in that location. Of course, dogs have an acute sense of smell and a deep connection to their people. But with wild hummingbirds, I am not sure. Many people believe they are messengers from spirits. If you haven’t read it yet, I recommend reading my post about Cardinal Meanings – you can click the name to go there. There are two women who believe a cardinal visiting them is a messenger for their mom who passed. I wish I had a specific answer for you. Were you kneeling down in a garden or something like that, so had something attractive to hummingbirds on your knees, or something at knee level? It’s sort of unusual for hummingbirds to put themselves in a vulnerable position – i.e. low to the ground. If it was me, I would think about think about the health of my knees too!

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  8. I have held 3 different hummingbirds since I’ve moved to Virginia. I feel so privileged to have been able to do this. We only have the Ruby throated ones here but they are still magnificent creatures. I look forward to seeing them every spring

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    • You are lucky to see them regularly! I have a plant called a firecracker plant (Russelia equisetiformis) in a window box, which my local hummers love! They visit this plant a few times per day! (My one cat is obsessed with them, so she waits at the window. Luckily they are way too fast for her.)

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  9. My dad, bless his soul…could sit on his and mom’s patio and start whistling or talking softly and their hummers would soon be flying all around him, chattering up a storm. They would also land on his head or hand…the other birds would come in also, waiting for their daily treats of different fruits or nuts…he loved his birds…

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  10. Thanks so much for all the information! I have always been blessed to have hummingbirds around where ever I have lived. I even had a few that talked to me! I didn’t know they could chirp or make any noise. I found one on my seat out here in my back yard, dead. I was so sad but I put him on my Ancestor Altar I have set up. I’ve begun my Journey of being a better human, and living in harmony with the earth. I will be moving soon and beginning an organic produce farm. He will always have a place on my Altar and I think in the name of my Farm, Hummingbird Hollow Farms.

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  11. Thank you for all the information you have provided here!! After seeing a Hummingbird for the first time in my life up close, I had to learn what it may mean. Your website was the first one I chose and I am so glad I did!!! What beautiful and so very fast beings Hummingbirds are, I’ve never seen one so close that I could see his or hers feathers!! Now for the second day in a row I have been blessed to see, hear, and feel the vibrations from their wings flapping so quickly it felt like a soft breeze!! What a beautiful sight this tiny being was!! Many thanks for the informative page!!

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    • My pleasure! I’m so glad you saw one in real life up close. They are magical, aren’t they? I have a window box and I planted a few different plants in int. One is called a firecracker plant. It has gotten way too big for the box. But… the hummingbirds really like it! So, it stays!

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  12. Thank you for this beautiful article. I was in meditation writing and as I lifted my head up saw a flash pass me and looked at my hummingbird feeder and there was the most beautiful creature my eyes have ever seen felt so much peace and love at the moment that I knew my prayers have been answered. Thank you all beings of light out there ready to help us 💕

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    • Thank you for sharing this! I had an experience a couple of years ago where I didn’t see hummingbirds where I was living at the time. And within the span of a week, two very close friends were diagnosed with cancer. I was worrying about them and telling my mom about it when I was on the phone with her. And in what felt like a miracle – two hummingbirds showed up outside my window on this giant plant my landlady had – I guess it blooms just once per year. I was so excited, I told my mom while we were talking. And the fact that it was two hummingbirds was incredible. I saw that as a sign that my two friends would be ok. And thank God, they are now. Both are doing great. :o)

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  13. I was praying..about some hardship, that I was very hopeful to get response to..
    And much to my surprize..a hummingbird, appeared. I was trying to take a picture but it Disapeared. I cried because I felt the Spirit of relief. I know that a Change is coming.
    This is not the 1st time that this has happened.
    Beautiful in color..yelloe,green and blue.
    I’m inNeed of a financial blessing, an a new ,place to Live. This bird .sde me feel like my Prayer Had been ANSWERED.

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    • I am sorry to hear of your challenges. I’ll send prayers and positive energy your way. I have been working hard at visualization. At first, my mind would wander so much, and I thought – I suck at this! But you know, as they always say – practice makes perfect. I keep trying and I am getting better at it! Now that you’ve seen your hummingbird, if you’re not already doing this – I’d suggest visualizing the right place for you to live for you now and some financial abundance coming your way. I believe it will help! Good luck!

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      • This was such a great reminder for me to see after I just saw for the first time in my life a hummingbird in person! It is soo tiny and cute it had a green yellow color on the sides and I cried it was so beautiful and I’ve been having a hard time. I feel so heard and connected and not as alone as I was feeling before I saw this beautiful bird! So thanks for the reminder to meditate and visualize!

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        • First time seeing a hummingbird in real life? Wow! I am glad you did. Yes, they are so beautiful and special aren’t they? I always feel lucky when I see them in real life. I hope you get the opportunity again! :o)

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  14. Thank you for this article. A hummingbird has come to my patio door three days in a row. I finally decided to look up hummingbird symbolism. And what I read was definitely what I needed to “hear” at this time! Thank you so much!

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