Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Wallaby


Represents agility, survival, and nurturing. In Australian Aboriginal culture, the wallaby is a totem of protection, nurturing, and survival in harsh environments. Dreaming of a wallaby suggests the need for adaptability and resilience in challenging situations or may highlight nurturing aspects of the dreamer’s personality. It encourages the dreamer to use their innate abilities to navigate life’s challenges with grace and strength.

Themes: “agility”, “nurturing”, “resilience”, “adaptability”, “strength”

More in: Australian Aboriginal mythology texts; “Man and His Symbols” by Carl Jung.

Last Updated: 2024-06-14
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