The hare highlights intuition, spiritual insight and intuitive ‘leaps’. Intuition may be debased into ‘madness’ or capriciousness by fear or ignorance. Because of its association with the moon, the hare can, in its negative aspect, signify the priestess / witch aspect of femininity or the priest / sorcerer of the masculine. In its positive imagery, […]
If you see a hare escaping from you in a dream, you will lose something valuable in a mysterious way. If you capture one, you will be the victor in a contest. If you make pets of them, you will have an orderly but unintelligent companion. A dead hare, betokens death to some friend. Existence […]
Success through long toil and perseverance (Gypsy). See jEsop’s fable of Hare and Tortoise.
Rabbits appearing in a dream can mean one of two things: the obvious connection with fertility could be important, or it could be that the trickster aspect is coming to the fore. A white rabbit may show us the way to the inner spiritual world and, as such, act as a guide. Also consult the […]
To dream of rabbits, foretells favorable turns in conditions, and you will be more pleased with your gains than formerly. To see white rabbits, denotes faithfulness in love, to the married or single. To see rabbits frolicing about, denotes that children will contribute to your joys. See Hare.
Sacrificing an animal in dreams suggests that we are aware that our lower, more basic instincts can be given up in favour of spiritual power. We have to be prepared to recognize our own human fallibility, but to give up extravagance. A sacrificial altar may appear, or it may just be a question of killing […]
In British mythology, a symbol of fertility, fecundity, and sexual pleasure. The ancient British fertility goddess Oestre, from whose name we get our word Easter, had a pet hare that laid its egg every Spring Equinox so that life would spread throughout the world. Dreaming of a rabbit, therefore, especially one that is affectionate and […]
A dream of wealth resulting from fertility of resource, and address. Symbol of nimbleness of wit and cleverness in Gypsy and African lore.