Frog is a symbol of transformation, rebirth, healing, and cleansing. It symbolizes transition and coming into your own personal power. In Native American and Celtic traditions, Frog is recognized as a healer. His medicine can wash away negative physical and mental energies which deny us a balanced and peaceful life. Frog is a reminder of common bonds with all life; a guide to understanding our emotions; and a singer of songs that celebrate the most ancient beginnings.
When Frog hops into your life:
- It may indicate that now is the time to find opportunities in transition.
- It may also signal the need to enhance your intuition, and strengthen your connection with the spirit world.
If Frog is your Spirit Animal:
- You are a great listener and advice giver.
- You know how to relate to others and always know exactly what to say.
- You have genuine empathy towards others and always do your best to provide healing for those around you by allowing them to release old negative energy onto you in order to help them cleanse and renew their lives.
- You tend to stay close to home where your family is important to you – especially your parents.
- You will generally do everything you can to help others in need and to maintain close and meaningful relationships.
Ask Frog’s help when:
- You need help to get through some tough life.
- You feel like your life is out of balance.
If Frog has come into your dreams:
It may suggest that you have a lack of commitment in your life and are leaping from one thing to another. If you are trying to catch this creature in your dream, it could mean that your life is changing rapidly, and you are trying to stop it or prevent the change from occurring. If you swallow a frog in your dream, you are most likely holding back saying something that needs to be said, or you feel that something is preventing you from expressing yourself.
Did you know?
There are approximately 4,800 recorded species of frogs. Their origins may go back as far as the Permian period, 265 million years ago. Some frogs can lay up to 20,000 eggs at a time. The eggs are usually laid underwater and hatch within a few weeks into aquatic larvae called tadpoles.
Animal Speak by Ted Andrews; www.manataka.org; www.spirit-animals.com/frog