A bird in a house can be a good omen. It’s not all bad news though. For a bird flying into your home can also have a positive meaning, particularly if it’s a white or brightly, coloured bird. These birds signify good luck and opportunities, or they may be signs of harmony, and protection.
This bird symbolizes peace and harmony, and if one enters your home it can mean that your home is a place where tranquility resides and where people find a safe haven.
Some believe that if a bird flies into your house it is bringing important news. If the bird is white then the news will be good, but if it is black then it will be bad and this could mean the death of a family member.
Birds have been extensively featured as signs of good luck because they are typically considered emblems of love and peace - two things everybody wants in abundance. Therefore, birds like robins, woodpeckers, owls, ducks, and magpies are seen as symbols of good luck.
Often maligned in recent times, the magpie has held a place in the hearts of many as being a good omen bird for centuries, across most cultures. It was believed that they could tell the future, and that they only appear when something good is about to happen. It is a sign that you’re headed in the right direction.
Folklore states that a sparrow flying into one’s home denotes good luck (especially if it builds a nest). It can also mean a wedding will happen soon. It is also said that if a lady sees one on Valentine’s Day, she will find happiness marrying a poor man. The call of the sparrow is also thought to bring rain. Fun Fact.
Change – It is considered a bad omen in some cultures when a bird swoops through an open window. Some people think the bird is sending a message of friendliness, while others think it is bringing news of death. A bird landing on your window, in general, is a sign of change according to all traditions.
Bird symbolism tends to associate birds with infinite possibilities, renewal, eternity, and the transition between life and death. The sheer number of birds in the world probably explains why these animals are part of virtually every culture on earth.
Here are some of the most well-known signs of good luck:- 1) Elephants.
Brown birds are often seen as messengers of wisdom and knowledge. In many cultures, they are associated with the earth and the natural world. Brown birds are also often seen as symbols of strength and stability. They are usually considered to be good omens, and their appearance is often taken as a sign of good luck.
Here, Pigeons are known to be the messengers of love, peace.
They bring in peace and harmony to the house and they also attract Goddess Laxmi. When you take the time to feed the Pigeons and call them into your house with your own efforts, this will help to strengthen your Jupiter Mercury.
Want to lift the energy in your home?- Burn incense.
Adopt a fish (or nine)
Bring in bamboo.
Fill your fruit bowl.
Hang a dream catcher.
Be clever with paint.
The symbol of a bluebird as the harbinger of happiness is found in many cultures and may date back thousands of years.
Cranes are revered in Asia as symbols of long life. Cuckoos are welcomed as a sign of spring in Europe and are considered omens of a happy marriage.
Birds are considered very auspicious in Vastu Shastra. Some birds according to the vastu have such a positive impact that it is believed that you will reap the same benefits by keeping the picture of the birds at home - similar to real ones!
In ancient Feng Shui philosophy, bird symbols are used as totems for activating energies in life areas such as freedom, happiness, wisdom, strength and love. It is believed that certain birds such as crows and ravens bring negativity and are excluded from the list of auspicious energy-carriers.
Gray doves are common birds that are found all around the world. They prefer to live close to humans in cities rather than forests, meaning we’ve got a long history of interacting with them. Seeing gray doves can symbolize friendship, peace, forgiveness, and strength.
“Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing? and one of them shall not fall on the ground without your Father. But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear ye not therefore, ye are of more value than many sparrows” (Matt. 10:28-31).
It indicates that someone you know may face health issues or die in the near future. People in many cultures believe that a bird striking the window is a symbol of death. Someone close to you is about to die and the bird has come to warn you.
How to help a bird who has flown into a window. Gently cover and catch the bird with a towel and place her in a paper bag or cardboard box (with air holes) that is securely closed. Keep the bird in a quiet, warm, dark place, away from activity. Check on the bird every 30 minutes, but don’t touch the bird.
At night, birds often fly into windows because the light in the buildings attracts them. Many migratory birds, including many songbirds, fly at night, and for reasons scientists do not yet fully understand, the presence of lights at night can cause birds to deviate from their flight path, Cornell Lab reports.