Talking to Deliveroo riders—episode 5

Today night, I met a Deliveroo rider at Mamuśka, a Polish Kitchen and Bar around Elephant and castle after I finished my dinner here. I spoke to him. He really enjoyed the job as a deliveroo rider, but he always could not understand what I asked him. I asked him if he has something worried about when delivering food. He said if I want to make orders I can do that from the app….finally, he really hurried to deliver food at that moment so I just said goodbye to him.

Sadly went back home, I was really disappointed because I got nothing new information today from deliveroo riders. I started searching online and tried to find something useful. Luckily, I found useful links about the review and some personal experience diary from deliveroo riders. Here are two of all links below.

http://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/london-life/angry-cabbies-halfnaked-customers-and-frozen-fingers-a-day-in-the-life-of-a-deliveroo-rider-a3188876.html

http://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Deliveroo/reviews

From those links, I

Talking to Deliveroo riders—episode 5

Talking to drone drivers

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I found a new class of people in Post-digital culture—drone drivers, which is really popular now. Luckily, I found one of my coursemates who was training for a licence of drone driver. So I asked him about if there are something really important for them or they really care about when driving. This guy told me some anxiety: 1, the drone will go off when were flying too high even it has GPS; 2, some drivers flying them indoor, it may damage itself because that’s really easy to crash on the wall or hit on some hanging things; 3, there are so many rules for drone drivers that really hard to follow them…After I did some second research, I knew more things about drone drivers. Like some rule about the distance to people, you must keep

Talking to drone drivers

Talking to Deliveroo riders—episode 4

What a really lucky day today. I met three Deliveroo riders at least within 10 minutes. Unfortunately, they were hurried in delivering and my interview was too directly. So we didn’t have a long conversation. I got two anxieties this time. The guy from the west Affric always delivers food by cycling said, the weather in London is really cold now, so It’s really hard to keep food warm when they arrived. The company of Deliveroo never require them must do it and no punishment if the food becomes cold, but he thought about if he’s a guest, he prefers hot food and he wants his guests happy. So that’s the only one thing that he worried about. One guy worried about delivering food on time. He rides a motorcycle rather than a cycling, and a little bit big. It’s really hard to shuttle in the crowd when sometimes the road’s really narrow and lots of passengers, that will make him late and that’s why he worried about it. One more thing is food may be damaged or spilt because of the unflatness road. Thank you guys and good luck.

Talking to Deliveroo riders—episode 4

Talking to Deliveroo riders—episode 3

Welcome back! In this session I still talking about and figuring out what kind of things that Deliveroo riders really care about. Luckily, after talking to the Deliveroo walker that I mentioned last time, I met a guy with the uniform of Deliveroo and immediately rushed toward him. Here’s the content of our dialogue below. He usually delivers food with a small cycling. Riders could deliver maximum 2 orders once, but there’s no limitation for each order. That means guests could order 10 burgers or 5 bowls of noodle once in an order.  So he worries about the weight of food if that’s too heavy, it’s really difficult to balance the cycling. What’s more, he also worries about spilling soup outside when delivering something liquid like noodles with soup and hot chocolate. I was emotional and actually know what he said about ‘spilling’ which was based on my really really bad experience on the 3rd of Oct. I spilled soup of ITSU noodle on my laptop, the worst was, I’ve no time back up everything before it totally damaged with smoke. I kept nothing from MA course except my dissertation…Finally, I got a death laptop with the strong smell of what the duck ( what  the f***, £2 noodle defeats £1000+ laptop….) for memorizing. After that, I dont buy pot noodle anymore…Hold on, something inspired me, anxiety or something that people worry or care about usually based on some bad experience of them. Like Galaxy Note 7, before the accident of exploding nobody knows and worries about that. Anyway, good luck for him.

Talking to Deliveroo riders—episode 3

Talking to Deliveroo riders—episode 2


Hey riders, welcome back. It’s my second time ordered food through the platform of Deliveroo app. Around 30 mins later, the food’s arrived. Also good! This time, to my surprise, it’s a walker rather than a rider this time and no anxiety again. I’ve to say he was late a little bit than the time I ordered. Okay, you never care about time cause you were late…to my surprise again that there’s no punishment. Arrrrr, forgot it, Olivia knows anything about that, I always late for tutorials, for meetings and for worship or serving. For this time, I talked more with this walker this time and knew more things about Deliveroo. When we make orders, orders are going to come randomly into phones of Deliveroo riders, wow, that’s really cool. That guy’s really enjoy being a Deliveroo walker and nothing needs to worry about. He even never worried about spilt soup or damage food, because if sometimes he needed to deliver liquid food, he will ask restaurant pack them well so that no responsibility of him when package damaged. How simple life he has with happiness ! Unfortunately,  I still find nothing about the anxiety of Deliveroo riders, anyway, chips’ good but burger’s not good especially wasabi, wasting my tears.

Talking to Deliveroo riders—episode 2

Talking to Deliveroo riders—episode 1


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I try to make orders through Deliveroo app. After I made it, I can see the icon of the location of the rider moving on the phone map and roughly period of time of delivering, that was amazing! As you can see, 15 mins left, 10 mins left, 5 mins, 1 minute, wow, there we go, arriving now! Open the door and enjoy your food right now!!

Okay, food is not most important part here but research (tricky face). I spoke to the rider and asked if he has something worries about when delivering food. Unfortunately, he’s no anxiety because he doesn’t need to talk just collects food and then delivers it, that’s why nothing needs to be worried. I actually can’t believe that because everyone should have anxiety. I reflected myself about way of question asking and is it too directly? People always anxious for they could not control their future, but sometimes the anxiety’s too hidden to figure out because people always lack the patience to think about it and always not happy to spend time thinking. One more thing, although I am not sure where he comes from, maybe from Europ, I can see he’s definitely not from The United Kindom because of ancient. So I was thinking about how can I do my primary research, change the question a little bit or explain more about the question, because ‘anxiety’ could be made people confusing. Anyway, burger’s really good, and wings as well huhhhuh.

Talking to Deliveroo riders—episode 1

animal symbolism and animal totems

Spirit animals carry meaning, wisdom, and power. Finding out what your spirit animal or totem means is like a going on a journey. Meanings will be revealed as you deepen your personal connection with it. Here are tools to help you go beyond generic animal symbolism and connect with the true essence of your power animal.

There are many different ways to find your spirit animal:

  • Meditation
  • Going in nature and observing
  • Calling the animal
  • Process of self-inquiry
  • Writing about it in your journal
  • Imagination
  • Journeying with sound

These are a few methods among many used to find the animal or animals you have a special connection with. >> Learn more on how to find your spirit animal.

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Spirit Animal Symbolism

Animals are omnipresent in our lives whether they are pets or live in the wild, yet we often lack a clear understanding of their symbolic nature and what they could mean. When we relate to the spirit of animals, they may offer us powerful insight.

In the world of spirit animals, animals can symbolize:

  • Aspects of your personality
  • Skills or traits that we have cultivated successfully or have yet to develop
  • A situation or emotions that have recently arisen
  • Spirit animals can also offer guidance, an intuitive understanding

Search the list above for more information.

How to develop a meaningful connection with your spirit animal

When we bond with an animal spirit guide, we are encouraged to:

  • Discover ourselves, get a felt sense of our strengths and weaknesses, the skills we have developed and our potential
  • Loosen up our personality and habits and open up to transformation
  • Open up to new perspectives on our relationship with nature and the earth as a whole
  • Feel the power of the animal and be inspired by its qualities
  • Call on the animal spirit to get support and guidance

Connecting with spirit animals brings new understanding about ourselves and our relationship with our world. When we cultivate our connection with animals and their spirit, we form powerful bonds with allies and guides that can help us in learning more about ourselves, engaging in life more fully and facing challenges.

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The Purpose of Spirit Animals

Spirit animals carry meaningful messages and lessons for those who are listening and know how to decode them. A function of your spirit animal to guide you and bring to your attention something that needs to be acknowledged, dealt with or a skill you could use or develop further.

Spirit animals can provide guidance on:

  • An aspect of yourself that is already strongly developed or needs to be explored more
  • A situation or environment in your everyday life that has a strong emotional impact
  • A life direction you could consider or reflect on
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Meaning of Animal Totems

Animal totems play huge roles in our lives. They aid in self-discovery and capture our imagination, giving us incredible avenues of self-expression and awareness.

Additionally, they assist in understanding our past, and if we are attentive, our animal totems can reveal glimpses of our future.

Since time immemorial, animals have served as harbingers of personality traits we, as humans, all aspire to achieve. This makes animals some of the most powerful symbols in our spiritual toolbox.

Native American animal totems most commonly come to mind when discussing this topic. However, animal signs are found throughout all cultures spanning the globe.

Animals afford us visions of how our lives could be if we lived more simply and lived with purity of thought and emotion. Therefore, incorporating animal totems into our lives affirms our spiritual goals.

By focusing on the attributes of our totems, we internalize these traits and thus begin to externalize the very character we absorb from our totems.

To discover more about the fascinating realm of animal totems, simply click on the animal totem and animal symbolism links on whats-your-sign.com below listed.

Below are different classes of animals, birds, fish, etc. Each are broken up into their dominating environment and personality. Please enjoy browsing through these animal totems and animal totem meanings. I hope these articles offer you as much enlightenment as they did to me in creating them.

Earth Animal Totems

Every animal resonates to a specific kind of energy. As you would imagine, earth animal totems rock this ‘burg called Earth. Essentially, these are the mammals of our animal kingdom. They spend most of their time upon the body of our Mother Earth, or within it. They carry a special kind of message, and it’s important to realize their habitat as a feature of their animal meanings.

Animal Totem Meanings and Animal Symbolism

First up: Earth animal totems. These are critters who are mostly found hanging out on the land. As land creatures, these babies talk to us about what is foundational in our lives. This list of animals will speak to us in terms of what anchors us, such as: Home, Family, Work…elements that are essential to the ‘creature comforts’ of our lives.

You can get a snap-shot of earth animal totems and animal meanings here: Meaning of Earth Animal Totems. This article will provide you with the core ideal of land animals and their profound messages they have to share with us.

Water Animal Totems

If you’ve taken a gander at my earth animal totems and animal meanings, you can see a very distinct message offer up to us humans. Water animals, such as fish, crustaceans, etc. have an equally vibrant and diverse wisdom to share with all of us. It’s important to note each habitat of each animal carries with it a unique flavor that also seasons the meaning of each creature visiting us.

Animal Totem Meanings and Animal Symbolism

Second up: Water animal totems. These are critters who are mostly found hanging out marshes, seas, lakes, ponds, etc. As water creatures, these lovelies speak to us about what is churning within our emotions. These water babies tend to lend us understanding when it comes to our dreams and intuitions. Consider – water is an unknown quantity. We can see what is above the surface, but we’re rather clueless as to what is mustering below. That means water creatures will help us understand some unknown/unseen or murky elements in our lives (should we choose to listen to them).

You can get a more focused view of water totems totems and animal meanings here: Meaning of Water Animal Totems. This article will provide you with the essential ideals behind water animals and the messages they have to share with us.

Air Animal Totems

Moving through all these different animal meanings according to their environment might have brought you to a higher level of thinking. That’s great, because there is no better being on this planet to get you high than air animal totems. Just consider: Air creatures all all about freedom. They express a kind of limitlessness that all we humans crave. When you hear the adage “the sky is the limit”, that’s what the birds and babies of the air offer us – endless horizons upon which to soar.

Animal Totem Meanings and Animal Symbolism

Third up: Air animal totems. These are critters who are mostly found caught up in the clouds. These creatures live in an ephemeral, dreamy realm. Think on it: Unless they are touching ground, or nesting, our creatures of the air are consistently in a state of intangibly, airy bliss. These air babies tend to lend us understanding when it comes to our communication. Our air creatures are superior messengers. Why do you think a dove was selected to bring Noah the big news about the Earth’s condition (according to Biblical text)? And why are so many birds the icon of so many nations? It’s because the beasties of the air represent infinite potential. They bring us news of a certain type that is both reliable and remarkable.

Not sure what the heck I’m talking about? Just take a look around at my articles on these amazing air creatures. You can get a more focused view of air totems totems and animal meanings here:Meaning of Water Animal Totems. This article will provide you with the essential ideals behind air animals and the messages they have to share with us.

Reptile and Amphibian Totems

Are you jump-jiving with animal totem juju yet? If not, then you’ve got to peruse these glorious example of animal messengers. The reptile and amphibian world gives us fathoms of lessons and wisdom. Wonderful stuff like: Transformation, Disguise, Agility, Adaptation, Sensitivity. Don’t believe me? Just take a look through these articles on reptile and amphibian totems and you might have second thoughts. 😉

Animal Totem Meanings and Animal Symbolism

Fourth up: Reptile and amphibian animal totems. These are creatures who are snuggled up in the earth or even in muggy bogs. We’re talking about nitty gritty critters here. Amphibians and reptiles are all about sensory perception. They reverberate to the energy of awareness, being alert and taking care of business. What’s more, these creatures take care of their business in short order. In essence, these creatures help us understand our primal instincts. They also guide us in obtaining our goals on the straightest path of least resistance.

Still unsure about what amphibians and reptiles have to say to you? Just take a look around at my articles on these amazing creatures. Don’t freak out. Snakes and lizards are surprisingly generoug of their time and wisdom. It just takes our compliance and understanding to allow them into our consciousness to get their drift. You can get a more focused view of amphibian and reptile totems totems and animal meanings here: Meaning of Reptile and Amphibian Totems. This article will provide you with the essential ideals behind these unique critters and the messages they have to share with us.

Insect Totems

I will admit…this is usually the point where I lose a lot of folks. Let’s face it, bugs aren’t everybody’s bag, baby. I get that. But if we could just take the time to dig their scene…to understand where they come from…how they make a living, how they get through this world…insects have huge wisdom to offer.

Animal Totem Meanings and Animal Symbolism

Fifth up: Insect totems. Don’t snicker, and don’t disclude these tiny beasties. You ever heard of that old adage: “Big things come in tiny packages”? Yep. Big truth with bugs. Okay, I will agree, they can be irritating. Mesquitoes, flies, gnats…yep, aggitating. And I realize spiders really freak out a lot of folks. But that doesn’t mean these special babies are doomed to the back of our shoe. No! They have a lot of lessons to give us. Just give bugs a chance. Rest yourself enough to relax with insect energy, and you may be pleasantly surprised at the amazing revelations you receive from these often overlooked creatures.

Tips For Identifying Animal Totems

Okay, so by now you may have figured there are as many animal totem messages as there are hearts to receive them. Messages from our animal kin come in a myriad of different varieties. From their environment, their prime attributes, to where you are when you encounter your animal – that will influence the message your critter has for you.

Animal Totem Meanings and Animal Symbolism

So what do we do? With so many different meanings behind animals and an infinite way of how they reach out to us, how can we get assurance we are interpreting animal messages correctly? Well, there is no one-size-fits all meaning. And there are no quick-an-easy answers either. Let’s face it. Anything worth having is worth working for. If we want insight and guidance from the Natural world, we’ve got to meet it half way. In other words, we have to take the time and make the investment to investigate the potential messages our animals are wanting to share with us.

Not sure what I’m talking about? Just take a look around at my articles on how to identify animal totems, how to interpret animal visitations and much, much more. You can get a more focused view of how animals communicate with us and how we can learn from them here… How to Identify Animal Totems and Animal Meanings. This article combined with the other pages offered below will provide you with the essential ideals behind animal communication.

List of Animals and Their Keyword Significance 

Below you will find a list of animals along with some keywords that represent their significance.  You can use this list as a reference in understanding the significance of the animal if they have appeared in your life in some way.  This list is also useful for dream interpretation and for spiritual symbolism if the animal has appeared in your personal meditation. If I have written an article on the animal you will see a hyperlink that will take you to additional reading.

Antelope: speed / adaptability of the mind, action

Armadillo: Personal protection, discrimination, empathy, boundaries

Ass or Donkey: wisdom, humility

Badger: keeper of stories, bold self-expression, reliance, aggressiveness

Bat: transition, Initiation, rebirth

Bear: awakening the power of the unconscious, protection, introspection

Beaver: building of dreams, creating structures, builder

Bison or Buffalo: manifesting abundance through right action, prayer

Bobcat:  silence, secrets

Bull: fertility

Caribou: Migration, travel, necessary movement

Cat: mystery, magic, independence, psychic

Cheetah: speed

Chimpanzee: innovation

Chipmunk: storage, work, play, earths treasures

Cougar: coming into your own power

Coyote: wisdom, folly, trickster

Deer:  gentleness, innocence, gracefulness, gentle luring to new adventure

Dogs: faithfulness, protection, loyalty

Dolphin; power of birth, power of sound

Elephant: ancient power, strength, royalty

Elk: strength, nobility, stamina

Ferret: stealth, agility, healing, protection, maneuverability

Fox: feminine magic, shape-shifting, invisibility, transformation, camouflage

Giraffe: farsightedness, higher perspective

Goat (Mountain): Surefootedness, seeking new heights

Groundhog: mystery of death without dying, trance, dance

Guinea Pig: sacred healing

Hedgehog: inquisitiveness, curiosity, misunderstanding, defensiveness

Hippopotamus: creative power, shape-shifting life

Horse: travel, power, freedom, movement

Hyena: instincts, discrimination, discernment

Jaguar: reclaiming power, rewards for effort, integrity, impeccability

Kangaroo: moving forward, leaping

Koala: calmness, relax, detoxify

Llama: secure footing

Lion: assertion of the feminine, rulership, Sun, leadership

Lynx: secrets, the unseen and hidden

Mole: heightened senses, luck through effort

Monkey: communication, expression, evolution

Moose: primal feminine energy, magic of life and death, self-esteem

Mouse: details, scrutiny

Opossum: appearances, diversion

Otter: Joy, playfulness, sharing, female energy

Ox: effort, creative protection, past life issues

Panda: gentle strength, nourishment, sensitivity

Panther: reclaiming true power (Black Panther; embracing the unknown)

Pig or Boar: fertility, fidelity, strength, family protection (wild boar; confrontation)

Polar Bear: supernatural power, teaching

Porcupine: renewed sense of wonder, protection, defense, innocence

Prairie Dog: community, retreat

Rabbit (Hare): fertility, new life, abundance, fear

Raccoon: dexterity, disguise, generous protector

Ram: seeking new beginnings

Rat: success, restlessness, shrewdness

Rhinoceros: ancient wisdom

Sea Lions (Seals): active imagination, creativity, lucid dreaming

Shrew: vision in the dark, sharp hearing and smelling

Skunk: sensuality, respect, self-esteem, reputation

Squirrel: activity, business, preparedness, gathering, collecting

Tiger: passion, power, devotion, sensuality

Walrus: psychic touch, uncovering the hidden

Weasel: sly, secret agenda, stealth

Whale: creation, power of sound/song, awakening inner depth, record keeper

Wolf: guardianship, ritual, loyalty, spirit, teacher

Zebra: agility, success, individuality

NATIVE AMERICAN LEGENDS

Native American Totem Animals & Their Meanings

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A totem is a spirit being, sacred object, or symbol of a tribe, clan, family or individual. Native American tradition provides that each person is connected with nine different animals that will accompany him or her  through life, acting as guides.

 

Different animal guides, also called spirit guides and/or power animals, come in and out of our lives depending on the direction that we are headed and the tasks that need to be completed along our journey.

 

Native beliefs further explain that a totem animal is one that is with you for life, both in the physical and spiritual world. Though people may identify with different animal guides throughout their lifetimes, it is this one totem animal that acts as the main guardian spirit.

 

With this one animal, a connection is shared, either through interest in the animal, characteristics, dreams, or other interaction.

 

This Animal Guide offers power and wisdom to the individual when they “communicate” with it, conveying their respect and trust. This does not necessarily mean that he or she has actually touched or spent time with this animal, more that, they are open to learning its lessons.

 

For some, knowing what is their totem animal is almost an innate process. It’s as if they’ve always known, inexplicably drawn to the animal or having a special feeling for the animal’s energy. For others, they wonder how to tell what their animal totem is.

 

Here are some questions to ask yourself if you’re wondering what your animal totem is:

  • Have you ever felt drawn to one animal or another without being able to explain why? This could be any type of living creature, including birds and insects.
  • Does a certain kind of animal consistently appear in your life? This doesn’t necessarily have to be a physical appearance, it could be represented in other ways, such as receiving card and letters with the same animal pictured over and over, unexplainable dreams of a particular animal, watching television and seeing the same animal featured time and time again, or, actually having the animal show up.
  • When you go to the zoo, a park, wildlife area, or forest, what are you most interested in seeing?
  • Are there any animals that you find to be extremely frightening or intriguing?
  • Is there a particular animal that you see frequently when you’re out in nature?
  • Have you ever been bitten or attacked by an animal?
  • Have you ever had a recurring dream about a certain animal, or a dream from childhood that you have never been able to forget?
  • Are you drawn to figurines or paintings of a specific animal?

If you still need more help ask the Universe for a dream or a vision to see if anything comes up. Also ask the animal to show itself to you and pay attention to what you begin to see from all sources — television, books, billboards — it doesn’t have to be the actual animal. Does one animal begin to appear frequently?

 

One thing to remember is that you cannot choose your totem spirit, rather it chooses or has already chosen you. The Spirit chooses you and they decide to whom they will reveal themselves. Much of the process of identifying your spirit animal is paying attention to both your past and your present. It is a process of developing your inner knowledge and spiritual understanding.

 

The totem itself is a symbol that represents this animal. This could be any number of items – a crest, a totem pole, an emblem, a small figurine, and engraved or painted stone, or anything else that depicts your animal guide.

 

 

 

Note:  Native American totems did not include all of the animals listed below, as many of these creatures did not exist in North America; or, in some cases, not at all (such as the unicorn.) However; the concept of “totems,” by whatever name they were called, have been known throughout the world since the earliest days of Greek Mythology. Though the unicorn and dragon are generally accepted as centuries old mythical creatures of Europeans, pictures of these fabled animals have been found in Native American tapestries and pictographs.

 

 

 Characteristics & Meaning

 

 

 

 

Animal Symbol Meaning Tracks
Alligator Maternal, revenge oriented, quickness, aggression, stealth, efficiency, basic survival instincts.
Ant Group minded, determination, patient, active, purposeful, unity, self sacrifice and industrious.
Anteater Lethargy, curiosity, nosiness, ability to smell out trouble, rooting around for solutions, finding the lost.
Antelope Active, agile, jumpiness, keen eyesight, survival, willing to sacrifice, mental clarity, intuitive, protective.
Armadillo Safety, grounded, sensitivity to attack, strong boundaries, trusting, reclusive, neutral, peaceful.
Badger Courage, aggressive, healer, problems relating to others, energy conduit, determined, focused, confident.
Bat Rebirth, longevity, secrecy, initiation, good listener, long life, illusion, journeying, inner depth.
Bear Industrious, instinctive, healing, power, sovereignty, guardian of the world, watcher, courage, will power, self-preservation, introspection, and great strength.
Beaver Determined, strong-willed, builder, overseer, dreamer, protector, builder, motion, subconscious.
Bee Organized, industrial, productive, wise, community, celebration, fertility, sweetness, defensiveness, obsessive nature, and enjoys life.
Boar/Pig A very powerful totem – prosperity, spiritual strength, organized, balanced complacency and activity, fearless.
Buffalo Sacredness, life, great strength, abundance, gratitude, consistency, blessings, stability.
Bull Insight into the past, fertility, raw expression, rushing into things, confidence, strength, provision.
Butterfly Metamorphosis, transformation, balance, grace, ability to accept change, lightness, soul, vulnerability.
Camel Survival, endurance, obedience, nobility, positive, accomplishment, adaptive, temperance, humility.
Caribou Traveler, mobility, preference to be nomadic, adaptability to adversity, sensitivity, guidance, surety.
Cat Guardianship, detachment, sensuality, mystery, magic, independence, astute, watchful.
Cheetah Swiftness, insight, focus, brotherhood, self-esteem, acceleration, elusiveness.
Cougar Leadership, loyalty, courage, taking responsibility, foresight, sensing danger, awareness.
Cow Love of home, community, contentment, joy, easy going, patience, grounded, fertility.
Coyote Trickster, intelligence, stealth, wisdom and folly, guile, innocence, skill.
Cobra Swift and decisive, power of life and death, transformation, energy, connected to eternity.
Crab Good luck, moves sideways, savvy, unorthodox, relaxed, cycles.
Crane Solitude, justice, longevity, independent, intelligent, vigilant, focus.
Crocodile Ensuring your emotions are displayed accurately/appropriately.
Crow Magical, shape shifting, change, creativity, spiritual strength, inelegancy, energy, higher perspective.
Deer Compassion, peace, intellectual, gentle, caring, kind, subtlety, gracefulness, femininity, gentleness, innocence, and seller of adventure.
Dog Noble, faithful, loyal, teaching, protection, guidance, obedience, sensory perception.
 

Dolphin

Kind, salvation, wisdom, happiness, playfulness, prudent, capable of deep emotion, and happy.

Dove

Cross-world communication, spirit messenger, peace, gentleness, love.

Dragon

Longevity, richness, prosperity, infinity, wisdom, power, fiery, mythic.

Dragonfly

Flighty and carefree, strong imagination, higher aspirations, lightness, joy, transformation.

Duck

Water energy, helper of seers, affectionate, community oriented, can clearly see/deal with emotions.

Eagle

Divine spirit, sacrifice, connection to creator, intelligence, renewal, courage, illumination of spirit, healing, creation, freedom, and risk-taker.

Elephant

Strength, power, affection, loyalty, royalty, wisdom, reliability, sense of history, pride.

Elk

Strength, agility, pride, majestic, independence, purification, nobility, sensual.

Falcon

New beginnings, adventure, passionate, leadership, rising above, guardianship, superiority, prophecy.

Fish

Graceful, slyness, open-minded, quick to change one’s mind, fertility, good luck, happiness.

Flamingo

Heart healing, psychic, people person, flirtatious, colorful, open, power of illusion.

Fox

Cunning, agility, quick-witted, diplomacy, wildness, feminine magic of camouflage, shape-shifting and invisibility.

Frog

Water, cleansing, rebirth, sensitivity, medicine, hidden beauty, peace, adaptability, metamorphosis.

Gazelle

Awareness, speed, grace, eagerness, lightness, overcomes vulnerability, alert.

Giraffe

Intelligence, intuition, attaining the unreachable, sees the future, elegance, cleverness, beauty.

Goat

Surefootedness, stubbornness, independence, diligence, in the moment, aloofness, virility, sturdiness.

Goose

Self-demanding, reliable, prudent, rigid, vigilance, parenthood, productive, teamwork, fellowship.

Gorilla

Family-oriented, intelligence, strength, environmental protector, keeps peace through aggression.

Grasshopper

Good luck, abundance, forward, progressive, virtuous, forward thinking, creative.

Grouse

Personal power, enlightenment.

Hawk

Messenger, intuition, victory, healing, nobility, recollection, cleansing, visionary power, and guardianship.

Heron/Egret

Aggressive, self-determined, self-reliant, multi-tasking, balanced, calm, present, independent.

Hippopotamus

Power, creation, imagination, healing, birth, mother-fury, protection of family, emotion depth.

Horse

Freedom, stamina, mobility, the land, travel, power, freedom, grace, nobility.

 

 
 

Hummingbird

Messenger, timelessness, healing, warrior, energy, vitality, infinity, affection, playfulness.

Jaguar

Chaos, shape-shifter, aggressiveness, power, confidence, manifestation, breath.

Kangaroo

Forward, balance, creative, stamina, leaping away from danger, nurturing, generous.

Lion

Family, strength, energy, courage, guardian, protector, ferocity, authority.

Lizard

Conservation, vision, self-protection, hidden defenses, shrewdness, variation.

Llama

Comforting to others, secure, responsible, strength, adaptation, hard work, curiosity.

Lynx

Keeper of secrets, guardian, listener, guide, aware, intuitive, unconventional.

Meerkat Community, precise vision, good boundaries, lively, courageous, intuition, heart energy.
Mole

Sensitivity, guidance, searching, extended senses, underworld, hidden treasure, digger.

Mongoose Good boundaries, good defense, courage, cleansing, heart-forward, rebellious, impulsive, authentic.
Monkey

Ability to change the environment, health, success, light and dark, communication, swiftness, energy.

Moose

Headstrong, longevity, steadfastness, wisdom, self-esteem, primal feminine energy, crown chakra.

Mouse

Innocence, scrutiny, order, organizer, eye for details, grounded, super-aware, temerity.

Octopus

Intelligence, camouflage, nocturnal.

Opossum

Smart, clever, sensible, grounded, group-minded, proper use of deception, strategic, surprising.

Ostrich

Grounded, practical, avoidant, spiritual truth, understands denial, truth and justice.

Otter

Playful, friendly, dynamic, joy, helpfulness, sharing, love of young, sensibility without suspicion.

Owl

Wisdom, deception, intuition, insight, messenger, mystery, freedom, secrets, stealth, vision.

Ox

Sacrifice, chastity, faith, humble, self-denial, enduring, strong, magical.

Panther

Protection, hidden emotions, introspection, caution, careful decisions, multi-dimensional, dark and light.

Parrot

Communication, beauty, guide for wisdom, mockery, language, prophecy, verbosity, promise.

Peacock

Immortality, dignity, self-confidence, self-esteem, knowledge, refinement, beauty, sexuality, pride.

Pelican

Resilient, unselfish, rising above, friendliness, responsible, safety, camaraderie, bounty.

Penguin

Self-discipline, order, purpose, community-minded, grace, self-confidence, spiritual.

Porcupine

Innocence, companionship, trust, curious, imagination, good-natured, non-interference.

Prairie Dog

Swiftness, industrious, constructive, preparedness, common goals, retreat, family, digger.

Puma

Companion on journeys to other worlds, grace, silent power

Quail

Group-work, team play, creator of harmony and group tolerance, protectiveness (especially toward children)

Rabbit

Fertility, artistic, in motion, hyper vigilant, joyful, lives by own wits, steps through fear.

Raccoon

Curiosity, disguise, explorer, secret, night vision, cleanliness, dexterity, seeker.

Ram

Stoic, sensitive, persevering, curious, imaginative, new beginnings, change, life force.

Rat

Fertility, stealth, scavenging, intelligence, enjoys luxury, intelligent, wealth, success, drive.

Raven

Magical, introspective, self-realized, courageous, transformational, messenger, psychic, divination.

Rhinoceros

Wisdom, solitary, insightful, solid, good judgment, paradox, stamina, freedom, longevity.

Roadrunner

Mental agility, speed, opportunistic, multi-tasking, energy, busy, accomplishment.

Rooster

Persistence, honesty, strength, flamboyant, upward reaching, eager, cocky, watchful.

Salmon

Proud, intense, confident, wisdom, inspiration, can swim upstream, rebirth, determined, spiritual desire.

Scorpion

Transforming, strong, inspiring, chaotic, passionate, altered perception, death and rebirth, seduction.

Seagull

Versatility, loud, easy-going nature, creativity, laziness, resourceful, opportunistic, freedom.

Seahorse

Confidence and grace

Seal

Love, longing, dilemma, active imagination, creativity, protection during change, dreamer, good luck.

Shark

Prowess, perpetual motion, hunter, survival, warning signs, workaholic, savior, guardian, superiority.

Skunk

Reputation, presence, strength, demands respect, sensual, steady, pacifism, taking your time.

Snail

Protective, aware, solitary, tender nature, androgyny, healing, sensitivity, time and cycles.

Snake

Impulsive, primal energy, shrewdness, rebirth, transformation, initiation, and wisdom.

Spider

Balance, wisdom, creativity, communication, networker, cyclical, crafty, fate, protection.

Squirrel

Planner, gatherer, preparedness, awareness, sociable, playful, energy, prudence, resourceful.

Stag

Lord of the forest, masculine power of regeneration, signs.

Swan

Grace, balance and innocence, soul, love, beauty, elegance, transformation, dreams.

Tiger

Strength, valor, power, energy, devotion, tactful, royal, illuminated, unpredictable.

Toad

Inner strength, luck, self-examination.

Turkey

Generosity, life-giver, sharer, abundance, blessings, pride, virility, sacrifice.

Turtle

Nurturer, shy, protecting, patience, strength, innocence, endurance, longevity.

Unicorn

Purity, innocence, dreamer, personal power, gentle, spiritual vision, other realms, faith, healing.

Weasel

Strength, energy, ingenuity, stealth, wild, ferocious, aggressive, commanding.

Whale

Wisdom, provider, intelligence, kindness, deeper awareness, nurturing, navigator, communication.

Wolf

Loyalty, perseverance, success, intuition, spirit, appetite for freedom, can be a loner.

Woodpecker

Sensitive, protective, devotion, prophecy, progress, determination, balance, communication.

Zebra

Clarity, motion, individuality, balance, illusion, instinct, free, wild, communal, playful, social.

More animals symbolizations are below here.

http://www.universeofsymbolism.com/animal-totems.html

animal symbolism and animal totems