The True Story Of How A Wild Kookaburra Visiting Me Took Me From Almost Broke, Housebound Living With Chronic Back Pain To Going Onto Earn A 6 Figure Income Online And Able To Travel Business Class From Australia To Orlando USA To Share My Message Of Hope On Stage Inspiring Thousands Of People!
(Includes Kookaburra Symbolism & What it means when I Kookaburra Visits you)
In the past I’ve never wondered about what it means to have a wild Kookaburra visit you, or what the symbolism of a kookaburra could be until yes it actually happened to me…
…maybe a Kookaburra recently visited you or someone you know and that’s why you are here. <big, warm smile>
Or maybe you are here because I invited you and you want to know the full story about why I have a Kookaburra as my Logo and why I’m known as ‘The Laughing Entrepreneur’.
Back on the 15th of February, 2012 was when I originally wrote about Mr Kookaburra visiting me right on this very post…
…only with time it became crystal clear ot me that Mr Kookaburra ended up becoming the catalyst to dramatically changing the direction of my life for the better in so many ways in September 2014 I decided to come back and edit the original post to share the full story right here in the very place where I first wrote about him.
It gives me shivers just thinking about it!
Firstly, let me take you briefly back to February 2012….
Back in February 2012 I was going through the most difficult, darkest time of my life thus far and that’s saying something as I’m no stranger to overcoming adversity and had always thought of myself as a survivor.
This is because I survived migrating from Spain to Australia when I was six years old not speaking a word of english.
I survived a difficult childhood with an unhappy, very Catholic Spanish father who drank too much, gambled too much and often due to his unhappiness behaved like a tyrant ruling our home with his belt buckle
I survived having my teenage dream of one day playing Softball for Australia taken away from me by my father who believed a girls place was with her mother in the kitchen not out trying to make her mark in the World.
I survived my catholic upbringing and after 10 very confusing years believing something was horribly wrong with me I finally ‘came out’ when I was 23 years old.
My mother died when I was 25 years old when she was only 48 years old and I didn’t think I would survive her passing at all and it took time, almost 7 years before I finally good stand living in a world without her in it and actually feel joy again.
Maybe you can relate?
Just like you I also survived many other challenges as regardless we ALL experience difficult periods in our lives and I do believe that we don’t really know how strong we are until we have no choice but to be strong though if we are lucky and remain open something happens, a decision is made, or someone or something enters our life which helps us not only survive – to also go onto thrive.
What I was going through in February 2012 ALL started back in June 2000.
It was a Friday before the Queens Birthday Weekend when I first seriously injured my back in a work related incident then after a horrific year found myself by June 2001 losing my job and having to live on Sickness Benefits.
I was 33 years old and I had damaged all of my lower discs, had a bunch of bulging discs which meant I could not sit, stand and walk 9 to 5 any more without my lower back going into spasm and then sending shooting pain down both my legs.
That first year after it happened I remember attempting to return to work 8 times only to have my back spasm, and my legs give way every single time.
Sometimes I’d last only the morning, other times a couple of days though never more than that.
Back in those days I was still fit so along with watching what I ate as I wasn’t able to burn the amount of calories I used to before, when my back would let me I would along with regular physio do as much walking as I could to get myself even fitter.
What kept me strong back then and really ever since we first fell in love back in 1994 is my partner Nicola…
Some doctors would tell me there was nothing wrong with me when there clearly was as I was living it.
What helped get me through that first year was the support of my partner Nicola which has never wavered and writing in a Diary again.
I started keeping a Diary as a way of coping after I was forced to stop playing softball when I was fifteen and would write in it daily until my mother died when I was 25 years old.
This time around instead of writing in notebooks like I did back when I kept a Diary daily instead I wrote on an old, cheap crappy lap top and writing in it helped keep me sane.
All the frustration, confusion and anger I felt over the Work Cover system poured out and writing about what if anything I could do about it was part of what helped me make the decision to take back control of my life and find away to financially support myself again.
Being only 33 years old I could not accept living on Sickness Benefits for the rest of my life.
Nicola and I had DREAMS.
Nicola and I wanted to be able to afford to move from our 2 bedroom unit in Newport one day to buy a house in the Country and start a family….
…and clearly that was not going to happen if I remained on Sickness Benefits!
I ended up starting my first home business from home in August 2001 and after working 12/16 hour days on my tummy from a mattress on the floor ended up being able to get off Sickness Benefits a year or so later and then not long later retire my partner too.
I’ve been financially supporting myself and my partner and then our two girls all thanks to being able to work from home.
Even when I ended up prolapsing my L4/5 discs for the first time back in 2005 and had my first surgery, a discectomy I was lucky as I could when I couldn’t sit lay on my tummy on mattresses around the house to run my online business.
You can check out my About Me page it will tell you the full story of what happened there as really it’s just another example of overcoming yet more adversity. <big smile>
Writing in my diary however wasn’t the solution back in February, 2012.
The truth is, regardless of everything I had experienced in my life up until then back in February 2012 I had never felt so hopeless or so attacked from ALL sides and before Mr Kookaburra flew into my life I really couldn’t see a way out or through it at all.
Truth is I was exhausted.
In January, 2011 I had prolapsed my L4/5 discs again and also ended up damaging my Sciatic Nerve so for the first time I couldn’t work as long as I wanted on my tummy.
I had my second surgery in May 2011 and it was not long after that I realised something was still horribly wrong.
In the past I would always get relief from the pain whenever I would lay down, in bed or on my tummy so I never, not even when the pain was acute would take pain killers as I could still get relief.
In January 2011 that all changed.
Suddenly I was in 24/7 nerve pain and there was no relief and I had no choice but to take pain killers like Oxycontin twice a day which was a slow release pain killer and then endone for break out pain.
The drugs would cloud my mind, make me feel like I was under water making it very difficult to think clearly let alone be able to do the things that needed to be done to run my online business at the time.
In 2011 I was running a business that required me to spend a lot of time on the phone and I just couldn’t do that any more so our income started to plummet.
So much so my partner ended up getting some temp work though having been out of the work force for so long it wasn’t enough.
Then in October 2011 I had an appointment with the surgeon and when I explained to him that it felt like I had an electrical cord wrapped around my right leg burning me and that it would get worse and worse as the day went on he couldn’t help me.
In fact he said I had sciatic nerve damage, and that there was no point doing a spinal fusion as my other discs would not cope and come down like a pack of cards and that how I was will be as good as it will ever get and to be grateful that I did not have cancer and then he said all that was left for me was Pain Management!
I have never been so shocked in my life or as enraged as there was no way I could accept that I would be in 24/7 nerve pain, on drugs and housebound for the rest of my life.
This got me getting other opinions and other surgeons said the same thing but in a much nicer way, then in late January 2012 I had my first appointment with my Pain Management Doctor.
Clayton told me for the next year we would try various drugs to see if we can switch off the pain signals being sent to my brain and if that didn’t work then we could try the big guns, a Ketamine Infusion and then possibly a Spinal Cord Stimulator in my back.
When he examined me he had to touch the area and it cause my whole body to jump and also escalated the pain for weeks.
To make matters worse I lost two people who were once close to me which is why by February 2012 I felt like I was being attacked from ALL sides.
I’ve always been the kind of person that no matter what happens can still keep a sense of humour however back then was not cracking any jokes and I certainly was not laughing even though I love to laugh and am known for my laughter.
So there I was in February 2012 feeling like I had been put into a washing machine going round and round for the past year.
I felt like not only had I ruined my life but also my families and all I could see ahead was more pain so I started thinking the kindest and best thing to do would be to remove myself from the picture so my partner could start a new life with someone else able bodied and my daughters could have TWO parents able to do everything with them.
Feeling like the only way out was to give up on life all together was what I was thinking that fateful February Thursday afternoon when Mr Kookaburra first visited me.
It was late Thursday afternoon and Mr Kookaburra first took Nicola, my partner by surprise as he flew into our back yard onto our Archway just like you will see in the quick video I recorded at the time for you below.
Nicola noticed him first because I was on a mattress on the lounge room floor.
Since I couldn’t see him lying down I popped my head up to look out the windows and he was just sitting there peering in at us while we were inside in the family room.
I live in Woodend which is about an hours drive out of Melbourne, and being in the Bush it’s not unusual to see Kookaburras.
In fact when we first moved to Wooded from Melbourne we brought a house on four acres of partly cleared bush land and lived there for 6 years.
Our two daughters were both born there and even though we had a few Kookaburra families living on our property they pretty much kept to themselves and never ventured very close to us at all.
Now we live in a new house that we brought here in Woodend much closer to town which we moved into in January 2011 when I damaged my sciatic nerve.
It’s actually only a five minute walk into Town and on a 1/4 acre, and even though we have seen lots of different native Australian birds in our back yard this was the first time we had ever seen a Kookaburra here.
This in itself is still nothing unusual I know, and in fact after about half an hour Mr Kookaburra as my girls named him flew away and I thought that was the end of that.
If that was all that had happened then I probably would not have written this blog post about a kookaburra visiting me at all but it wasn’t.
Later that evening, after Eva my eldest was in bed I went outside onto the decking for a little time out as I was feeling really down as my back has been causing me more pain than usual.
Since I still couldn’t sit at all, I was lying down on a piece of carpet we have specifically for this purpose by the BBQ, when all of sudden a rush of feathers flew past my head, and as fate would have it that very same Kookaburra then perched himself on the chair right next to me!
I looked up at him and said, ‘Hi Mr Kookaburra, nice to see you come back. I bet you didn’t expect to see me down here. It’s very nice to meet you.’.
He just cocked his head, and looked down at me with one intense very dark brown eye.
He was so close I could tell he ( though who knows he could have been a she however it’s energy was masculine to me so it felt like he was a he) was not a young Kookaburra.
I’m not a Kookaburra expert however if I had to guess he didn’t seem to be very old either.
He looked, dare I say it, in the prime of his Kookaburra life.
I thought now that he knew he was that close to a human he would get a shock and fly away, as I’m sure he would not have been expecting to see a human lying down there right below him …
…but he didn’t.
He showed no fear whatsoever, and instead kept looking at me with that intense eye of his as if his whole intent was to fly down right next to me in the first place.
I was stunned, and not quite sure what to do.
I’ve never been that close to a Kookaburra before and I just stayed there lying down looking right back up at him in wonder, thinking they are really quite large birds. <laughing>
Well someone had to break the silence so I decided to speak to him.
I said to him out loud, ‘I wonder why you have come to visit me?..Since you are clearly not going to tell me and seem to just want to stare at me I can tell you it’s very nice to see you again. I was feeling a bit down and you have well and truly cheered me up, though don’t start laughing as you will wake up Eva my daughter who has just gone to sleep, okay?‘
He didn’t make a sound, just listened and continued to cock his head to stare at me.
It was as if he wanted to tell me something, and since I can’t read a Kookaburras mind I had no clue what.
I also knew I couldn’t stay out on the decking all night having a one way conversation with a Kookaburra, no matter how adorable he was, so I very slowly stood up to not alarm him and he still didn’t move just kept looking at me.
Once I was upright standing right next to him he still didn’t fly away.
It was almost as if he wanted me to stand next to him.
To get back into the house I had to walk past him.
I didn’t want to scare him, and I don’t know what made me do it but he was so calm and peaceful I decided to get even closer to him.
I said, ‘ Hey Mr Kookaburra, would you mind if I patted you?‘
I stepped a little closer, and held out my hand to test the waters so to speak and all he did was move his very long beak closer to my hand.
Then I reached out a little further and he let me pat his feathery head for a few seconds which felt exactly as I had imagined, soft and feathery.
He then clearly had enough of humouring me, so he finally flew away but he didn’t leave our back yard.
Instead he perched himself on our arch way again, and I was so amazed by what had just happened I quickly went inside and got my video camera so I could take a video of him and here it is for you now:
As you will see he let me get quite close to him to take that video as well.
Anyway I could not believe what had happened, and my partner who had been watching this whole event through the lounge room window and who took that photo thought maybe he was sick, as it is weird for a wild Kookaburra to allow a complete stranger to pat them.
This was the last thing I wanted to hear so I really hoped he wasn’t unwell.
I thought it was more likely that he was tame already, possibly raised by humans or something when he was little to not have any fear of me at all and actually allow me to pat him.
Whatever the reason why, his little unexpected visit definitely cheered me up because of the fact I had not been doing much laughing.
The next day I did wonder if Mr Kookaburra would come back.
He didn’t so I put him out of my mind until…
…Saturday I was out onto the decking again.
This time with a bowl of popcorn and my back was still so inflamed I still could not sit at all.
To get some fresh air I had my portable mattress out onto the decking with me so I could lay down on that and do a bit of work online whilst on my stomach.
I really was missing the days I can work on my tummy for as long as I wanted however just did what I could when I could.
After I finished working, it was such a lovely afternoon I called a very close friend Maria and I ended up telling her all about the Kookaburra who visited me on Thursday and how much he had cheered me up.
As I was talking to her a flurry of feathers came out of no where and yes, you guessed it Mr Kookaburra came back and literally perched himself on the edge of the bowl of popcorn right beside me!
I said, ‘Maria, Mr Kookaburra has come back! He is right here now perched on my bowl of popcorn’.
Maria was like, “What? No way!”
I was like, “Yes way!..he is right here, right next to me listening to me talking to you about him.”
Mr Kookaburra looked at me, and then with his mega long beak even tried some of my popcorn!
Here’s is a photo of him getting into my popcorn which by the way he did not like at all and quickly let go with great disgust…
Mr Kookaburra Back Again!
I started laughing and said, ‘OMG he is having some of my popcorn. Maria hold on I’m going to take a few photos of him if he will let me’
I put the phone down, and then thankfully as I had my mobile with me Mr Kookaburra let me take some photos of him.
The one above and also this one below so you can see just how close he got to me.
Since I was laying down we were literally at eye level to each other, he was actually a little taller than me, and if he got any closer he would have to sit on me.
Mr Kookaburra let me take these photos, and just like last time he just cocked his head like above, and stared at me with his very intense dark brown eye.
I put my mobile back down, and then picked up my land line phone again to continue speaking to Maria and he stayed there staring at me even while I was talking to my friend.
Maria could not get over the fact a Kookaburra was next to me while I was speaking to her.
It was rather distracting trying to have a conversation with a wild Kookaburra right next to me listening in, and seeming totally not bothered about me talking on the phone right next to him at all.
I asked her, ‘This is not normal is it?‘.
She said, ‘God no, this is amazing! It must mean something. Do you know what it means to have a Kookaburra visit you numerous times like this out of the blue?’
I told her I didn’t, as truth be told I never expected him to come back again however that’s what Google is for so I had every intention of googling to find out what a kookaburra visiting you means plus finding out what does a kookaburra visiting you symbolise.
I’m very glad Mr Kookaburra did visit me again as I was worried that he could be sick to let me pat him that first time he visited me, seeing him so close again it was clear even though I’m not a Vet he was as healthy as any Kookaburra could be.
After maybe another ten minutes or so of listening to me talk to Maria and staring at me he flew away, and then he stayed perched on our arch way again, just like he was in the video above on Thursday and he stayed perched there staring at me the whole time for over an hour before he finally flew away.
I don’t know what you are thinking right now, but I felt like I had just experienced a magical and a very special rare event.
I feel even more grateful that one of my closest friends was there so to speak to experience it just as I did too.
All I could do was laugh.
I laughed like I haven’t been able to laugh in months!
Since a Kookaburra is considered the King of the Bush and is known for its laughter, it was kind of very fitting that he made me feel like laughing too.
Later that day, inspired by Maria and Mr Kookaburra coming back again, I did some research online about Kookaburras, and in particular what it means when you have one visit you, the symbolism and meaning of a Kookaburra including the meaning behind a Kookaburra flying into your life as well as the spiritual meaning of Kookaburra’s.
It seems birds, including the Kookaburra also known as Kingfishers can be Messengers.
Kookaburra’s are considered Spirit Birds and here is some of what I found online about what a Kookaburra means, the kookaburra symbolism and what it means when a Kookaburra visits you:-
The Kookaburra presents a time of prosperity, love, warmth, and a new found peace of mind.
The presence of kookaburra in a reading (or in your observations) indicates that it is a time of signals and omens. Kookaburra is a strong, bold energy which tends to resonate with god energies. Pay attention to opportunities around you, and listen to nature and to the world around you, you may find that you are being given some important messages at this time.
The kookaburra encourages us to use laughter as a form of healing. Laughter can be a positive force for the body, even when we force it and we don’t really ‘feel’ it. Laughter between people is a way that reinforces bonding and helps us to enjoy life even when things are very tough. Look at how much you laugh every day, chances are if kookaburra has flown into your life you could stand to laugh a little more. It is time to turn your hurt into happiness, and the power of laughter is a great road to doing just that.
Kookaburra has a very powerful healing energy, and its presence in a reading or in your life can indicate a time when profound healing is occurring. This healing is not just happening to you, but to people around you, and creates a more healthful ripple effect that creates positive changes to come. Kookaburra can indicate that the querent has reached the end of a difficult journey, and new healthful growth has already begun.
Everyone has personal truths, these might be thoughts, or ethics that particularly resonate with who you are as a person. A personal truth for example, might involve recognising that you are an artist or a healer at heart, or could indicate that you will stand up for your beliefs, gender, race or sexuality. Kookaburra helps you to hunt down your truths, and these truths enable you to recognize your own inner strength. In turn, you are able to teach your truths to others, and also aid others in finding and recognizing their own truths. You may find yourself teaching others in an informal setting, by sharing your passions and your beliefs with others.
I was gob smacked, firstly with the first paragraph and then the second and at the time not sure what to think about the third paragraph.
At the time I thought maybe Mr Kookaburra was trying to send me some sort of message or none of this could mean absolutely anything at all and just one of those weird wonderful things that can happen in life
Without a doubt back then my new Kookaburra friend helped cheer me up, and at the very least got me laughing again so that part of it’s meaning was true instantly for me and I can’t begin to tell you how honoured I felt l to have him allow me to get so close to him, not once but in the end three times.
That Saturday popcorn visit was special, and I only wished my girls had been there as they were out doing their swimming lesson and then had to go to a 1st Birthday Party.
I sent the photos I took to my family and friends and very quickly they were passed around everywhere.
Since they had already seen the photos my girls when they got back home wanted to know if Mr Kookaburra had come back again yet, and I told them well he has come to visit twice so far so he may come again and we just need to wait and see.
Well Mr Kookaburra did visit again, the very next day on Sunday afternoon.
I know that Kookaburra’s mate for life and back at our old house we would rarely see a Kookaburra alone, their mate would usually be somewhere near by, but this was not the case with Mr Kookaburra.
He always came to visit us alone.
Mr Kookaburra turned up and perched himself on our archway in the backyard again and Eva and Lara were so excited to see him.
Lara who is two said, ‘Look Mum, Mr Kookaburra is back!’
Mr Kookaburra was very patient as my girls stood under him jumping up and down trying to offer him some bacon to eat.
They stayed outside with him for quite sometime before he finally flew off again.
I remember sharing with my friend Maria, that in the past when ever I have gone through a particularly difficult period of my life along with writing in my Diary I always would receive reassuring messages in my dreams.
For example a couple of years after my mother died, when I didn’t think I’d survive her death she visited me in a dream and told me that she was okay, that I was okay and that everything would be okay which changed everything for me at that time.
The strong medication I have had to take on a daily basis to control the nerve pain I lived with since January 2011 meant those dreams were not able to come through any more.
If I had them I did not remember them.
Taking this into account plus the fact I had been house bound for over 12 months by then it kind of made sense to me the only way I could get a spiritual message sent to me would be by a bird.
Maybe if that bird was a Crow or a Sparrow I would not have noticed it…having it be a Kookaburra however is a very different story.
A Kookaburra could not be more fitting as I love to laugh.
As I shared earlier I known for my laughter and my love of laughter is part of why I’m known as the Laughing Entrepreneur too.
How often I laugh, which is a lot, is not something I’m even aware of most of the time, and I usually no matter what happens to me laugh often, and I even laugh when something is not that particularly funny.
You only have to watch any of my videos to see what I mean.
Yes I can be a total Dag as we say here in Australia.
Being serious now after my back got worse after my first visit to the Pain Management Center in January 2012 it scared me.
It was the first time in 11 years since living with Chronic Back Pain that I ever allowed it to get to me like that.
Just the first two visits from Mr Kookaburra changed how I felt and made me feel hope again and most of all it made me decide to not give up.
I decided okay, it is what it is so it’s time to focus on what I could do not what I could not do any more.
I knew I could work on my tummy for 3-4 hours before the pain become to much so I decided there had to be a way for me to earn a 6 figure income online again with part time hours and which did not involve me having to be on the phone all of the time.
I had tried everything I could to get what I was doing to work with what I was living with only it was not working so thanks to Mr Kookaburra I decided to be open to new opportunities that came my way.
I decided to be very aware.
Mr Kookaburra helped me truly feel and believe that everything was going to be okay.
To not give up.
To not lose hope.
To not allow my fears to take over.
And to most of all keep laughing as laughter is and has always been the best medicine.
NOW LETS FAST FORWARD to March 2012…
Thanks to Mr Kookaburra since he visited me I kept my mind open to opportunities which presented themselves around me.
Then in late March I watched this video…
…and I joined a couple of days later on the 30th of March which was the Anniversary of my mothers death as I just knew this was the solution.
90 days later to my amazement I typed my way to $33K working part time, without having to be on the phone all the time any more.
Here’s the video David Wood the owner of the Company asked me to record after he heard I earned what I did living with what I do:-
(My results are not average, please click here and click on the disclaimer and if you are not average keep reading)
The iPAS 2 System is the first of it’s kind digital franchise model which has been built around the Empower Network opportunity as it literally has helped me put my Empower Network business on autopilot.
Using iPAS 2 has helped me earn as much as over $45K in a month!
(My results are not average, please click here and click on the disclaimer and if you are not average keep reading)
In fact I’ve always wanted to help people learn how to make money online without having to learn all the techie skills which is what our iPAS 2 system is all about helping anyone totally new to the industry, who has NEVER done anything online before learn how to do successfully.
It was around 6 months after I started with the Empower Network and had crossed over my first $100K that Mr Kookaburra came back again and perched himself on our Archway and started laughing…
…it was almost like he was telling me, “See Cristina I told you things would get better!”...little did I know it would get EVEN better.
It fact, remember that third paragraph about what it means when I Kookaburra visits you that didn’t really make much sense to me when it first happened to me?
Here’s the part again:-
“Everyone has personal truths, these might be thoughts, or ethics that particularly resonate with who you are as a person. A personal truth for example, might involve recognising that you are an artist or a healer at heart, or could indicate that you will stand up for your beliefs, gender, race or sexuality. Kookaburra helps you to hunt down your truths, and these truths enable you to recognize your own inner strength. In turn, you are able to teach your truths to others, and also aid others in finding and recognizing their own truths. You may find yourself teaching others in an informal setting, by sharing your passions and your beliefs with others.”
Well this started to make total sense as I went through the process of building my Empower Network business as not only did Mr Kookaburra did help me hunt down my truths, he also helped me tap into my inner strength too.
As I shared my story online and worked with others to encourage them to uncover their own personal truths I started to get recognition and started being invited to teach others which pretty much sums up what I do now for a living.
When it comes to teaching others I’ve had the opportunity to teach in an informal setting but also in quite a formal setting.
The high light for me being asked to speak and share my message of hope ( which of course included my story about Mr Kookaburra) to over 2000 at a Company Event in Orlando in October 2013 last year.
Back in February 2012 I never imagined that would EVER be possible.
I never thought back then physically I would be able to travel to the USA let alone speak on stage and end up inspiring thousands of people.
Yet it happened.
And now I feel a strong sense of responsibility to Mr Kookaburra to pay it forward, to do the best I can to be ‘Mr Kookaburra’ to others, to help inspire others to not lose hope and to never give up too.
Here’s the Company recording of the speech I gave so you see what I have shared with you here is 100% true as yes sometimes truth can be stranger than fiction:-
And yes Mr Kookaburra along with bringing laughter and healing back into my life he also brought prosperity back into my life BIG TIME as proven here:-
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….then even after I then prolapsed my L4/5 discs again in March 2014 and was bedridden for months until I had an L4/5 spinal fusion done on the 29th of July, 2014 (yes the very operation the other surgeon said there was no point doing…he was WRONG!) unlike in 2011 I was still getting paid week in and week out so I could just focus on doing what needed to be done to get better.
Then this month in September 2014 I still crossed over $450K in ALL Time earnings:-
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…and I’m not sharing this to brag I’m sharing this with you because it ALL started because of Mr Kookaburra.
Mr Kookaburra visiting me back when I was almost broke, housebound, living with 24/7 nerve pain and seriously even considering to end my life is another reason why I have a Kookaburra as part of my Logo as every time I look at it, it reminds me of what my life was like back in February 2012 so I will never EVER forget.
Never EVER will I allow myself to forget the dark, literally almost hopeless place I was in before he came to visit me.
I know without him I never would have paid serious attention to the Empower Network/iPAS2 at all and would never have uncovered my personal truths so I could then be able to help others uncover theirs and then share them with the world on their blogs too.
If you arrived here because YOU just had a Kookaburra visit you then I’ve been so transparent with what has happened to me since a Kookaburra visited me so you take the visit seriously and don’t ignore it as if you are willing to be aware get ready because your life is about to change for the better too…
..and who knows maybe this is part of why you have found this post of mine sharing what happened to me when Mr Kookaburra visited me and what happened next over the following couple of years later.
Yes it’s truly amazing how quickly things can change.
Now I’d love to know if you have ever had an animal or bird visit you?
Has a Kookaburra ever visited you as well?
Or has some other wild animal or bird visited you and let you touch them?
How did you feel about it and do you know what it meant?
Please share in the comments below what you think and what you feel about what I’ve shared with you?
I don’t know if a Kookaburra is actually my Totem Animal however after everything that has happened to me since he visited I feel like he is.
Even if you have never had any such experience, or if you have, or if you are going through your own challenging time I hope my true story of what happened to me here helps bring a smile to your face and helps bring back some hope into your life too.
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I also hope you laugh a lot, and as often as possible and wish you nothing but love, warmth and prosperity no matter what life throws your way too.
Please feel free to like and share as you just never know who Mr Kookaburra could help next.
Mr Kookaburra saved my life and thanks to you taking the time to share the Mr Kookaburra Story YOU could save some one else who right now feels like I did back in February 2012.