Most appropriate for a Sunday morning as so many have a Sunday observance or day off.
If you don't have a Sunday observance, or practice one within yourself or home, consider that the 1, 7 and 5 reduce stress within their cerebral (it's-always-thinking) minds by getting out in nature. Even if it is only a veranda in an apartment building, you can make it into your nature safe-haven. If you've never thought about doing that, start today.
Don't use artificial plants - choose life. Choose real life. If your budget is tight, I know you're online reading this - surf for creative methods of replanting or planting. Everyone has something they don't need and can plant in. Take hearty houseplants outside with you (if weather permits). Sweep it, design it, make it your own.
And then today, find time to sit. It doesn't even have to be designed first. Go outside and sit. Listen to the wildlife, the insects, the birds. Watch the leaves. Take out a wind chime. Make a wind chime. Listen to someone else's wind chime.
What do you feel? What's different? What's the message in it? If you don't know the message, Google the late Ted Andrews' book, "Animal Speaks". So many of his observations are now online. Read others as well. What resonates with you?
If you still are unsure, I'll start with mine. I haven't ever had a close encounter with a Heron. I've seen them far in the sky, but for the past two days, Heron is at the water's edge where I'm staying, squawking a god-forsaken sound at me! Perhaps it's a message that my late husband is trying to send me a note (his last name was Herron), or perhaps it's the message of Heron itself. Googled blue heron and discovered:
"All this talk about being in the space 'in-between' illustrates a remarkable lesson. We are not our environment. We are not even our bodies. And the 'in-between' represents a space suspended - without time or place. It's what Eckhart Tolle might refer to as the "NOW" in his book The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment. Heron's are in the Now. They can help us be in the Now too, which is a vital practice in maintaining stability, calm and fluidity in living life." ("Meaning of the Heron and Symbolism of Heron Totem." www.whats-your-sign.com/. n.p. Web. September, 7, 2014.)
My other one is the hummingbird. I haven't seen one in years. But yesterday, I had one dancing and entertaining me while I sat motionless. I was not under a feeder or even beside a flowering plant. I was not wearing bright colors. It chose to dance about 12-14" from my face. In all my research of hummingbird, this phrase popped out at me:
"There is something in our souls that wants to hover at beautiful moments in our lives, making them freeze in time. There is something in us that wants to fly backwards and savor once more the beautiful past." ("Is The Hummingbird Your Totem Animal." hummingbirdworld.com/h/totem.htm. n.p. Web. September, 7, 2014.)
Of course, there was much more in the articles written. I don't believe either is in my totem, but the phrases you need will jump out at you, as the book you need to read many times falls off the shelf upon you.