Frog; symbol of luck, love and transformation.

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Symbol of LOVE

Maybe you simply love frogs because they are cute but they also have many meanings and much symbolism attached to them. They are a fairy tale symbol of the search for true romantic love but they are also a symbol of the search for other kinds of love, including self-love and unconditional family love. 

'You have to kiss a lot of frogs, before you find a prince.' 

 

Symbol of Water, Transformation and Luck

'Pay attention to your environment - there is something you need to change for your own health.'

The symbol of the frog generally represents transition, abundance, luck, new opportunities and the ability to swim quickly and adapt through severe life changes. As with the snake, butterfly and dragonfly spirit animals, this creature represents the creative energies of awakening and transformations.

The frog also sybolises coming into your own power. This is done by releasing emotional baggage, purifying and transforming the spirit with integrity. Trusting your own intuition and strengthening your connection with the spirit world. Enabling you to follow your instincts and trust your gut feelings on all matters.

The frog reminds you that you should make all of your choices based on what is right for you.


Frog Totem, Spirit Animal

People with the frog totem are great listeners and advice-givers. They understand how to relate to others and always know exactly what to say. Like the dog totem, people with this spirit animal totem have genuine empathy towards others. Thus, they will do their best to provide healing for those around them. They do this by helping others to release old negative energy so that they can cleanse and renew their lives.
Frog totem people also tend to stay close to home where their family is essential to them, especially parents. They will generally do everything they can to help a family member in need. They will also maintain close and meaningful relationships.


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