The meaning of Kangaroo in dream | Dream interpretation
To see a kangaroo in your dreams means you will get the better of a particularly sly adversary. False accusations will damage your reputation if a kangaroo attacks you but, if you kill it you will overcome the falsehoods that trouble you.
Prolonged worries, to kill one is a lucky dream (Gypsy). Wild animals generally symbolize misfortune with gypsy interpreters; Freud and Jung, however, attach to them an erotic significance.
A dream about a hopping kangaroo suggests a problematic relationship, or the potential for problems, if one person spends too much time with other people or refuses to commit. It could also indicate problems with concentration and focus in waking life.
Enormous power, strength. Huge feet suggest grounding, mobility.
If die kangaroo was jumping and had a young one in her pouch, it signifies an unexpected and exciting trip.
Otherwise, see Animals.
For a married woman to dream of a kangaroo is an omen of a miscarriage.
For a man, it indicates terror from an unknown cause.
Depending on the details of the dream, dreaming about this interesting animal may have several different connotations.
The kangaroo is a strong and powerful animal. It has huge feet that it uses for mobility and self-protection. Your dream may have to to with issues of strength, freedom to move, and grounding. Additionally, since we are all intrigued with a kangaroo’s parenting style, this dream may be bringing up issues regarding your mother or your mothering. Superstition based dream interpretation books say that seeing a kangaroo in your dreams foretells unexpected and exciting trips. Also See: Animals
To see a kangaroo in your dreams, you will outwit a wily enemy who seeks to place you in an unfavorable position before the public and the person you are striving to win.
If a kangaroo attacks you, your reputation will be in jeopardy.
If you kill one, you will succeed in spite of enemies and obstacles.
To see a kangaroo’s hide, denotes that you are in a fair way to success.
Dreams of a kangaroo represent feminine power.
The large feet on the Kangaroo represent being powerful and grounded.
The kangaroo’s big bounce represents buoyancy and that you are jumping for joy and leaping into the unknown with both feet.
The pocket of the Kangaroo suggests protection, nurturing, and that you desire a maternal, safe place to hide. See Jumping.
1. Maternal ﬁgure.
2. Desire for safety and comfort as symbolized by pouch.
3. Something odd and playful.
4. Ability to move very fast.
5. Highly creative.
6. Encountering unconventional opponent.
The hostility of someone influential will cause you great anxiety.
To see a kangaroo in your dream means that you will outsmart an enemy who is working against you.
To dream of kangaroos is indicative of parental protection, both maternal and paternal. This may be a characteristic of yourself that you would like to express. Kangaroos in dreams may also be representative of anger or desire to fight. Being attacked by a kangaroo is symbolic of false accusations accosting you in the future. Be aware of these accusations as they put your reputation and good name at risk.
This animal often symbolizes nurturing, caring and motherhood. It also represents innate strength.
A person who jumps from one thing to another, very possessive and protective of their own
One of the most well-known aspects associated with the kangaroo is that as a marsupial, the female carries her young in her pouch for a long time after birth. In this way, the totem for the kangaroo is first and foremost aligned with this maternal instinct.
The kangaroo’s ability to jump and kick adds the distinction of sudden shifts and changes that can propel you into new directions, especially in the realm of self-care. When the kangaroo appears in a dream, you are receiving the medicine of powerful and aggressive instincts around taking care of yourself.
A kangaroo is symbolic of a relationship or situation that if you begin to speak life into it it will start to jump
Native to Australia, this marsupial’s appearance in a dream can represent the mothering aspect when carrying its baby in a pouch. It can represent the need to incubate an idea or project for a long period of time.
The leaping movement of a kangaroo comes tc signify spnnging forward with an idea or making a leap of faith.