Rabbit Symbolism & Meaning. . . Rabbit finds many avenues to communicate it's magic with us, she comes to us in music, in movies in books and timeless tales. Rabbit spirit animal carries strong energies of hope, renewal, new opportunities. Rabbit springs forth everywhere at the dawn of a new season, the season of planting, the season of new romance wafting in the air, the season of faith in new dreams.
Rabbit is a sacred symbol of good luck, radiating all of the energies of good luck. It is as if good luck and fortune seem to blossom upon, surround and bless the path of the Rabbit spirit animal.
Rabbit appears on the horizon as a messenger that something new is on
it's way to you. What dreams are in your heart? Rabbit symbolism popping into your realm is here to
encourage you to explore the possibilities of what has captured your
attention. . . and your imagination.
Fertility, New Opportunities
Abundance, Timing, Imagination
Intuition, Good Luck
Rabbit symbolizes the imagination, opening vast realms and networks of new ideas. Just think of Alice in Wonderland and you get the idea of how the Rabbit is a creative genius with the use of his imagination. The art of Creative Visualization opens you up to your own Wonderland.
Rabbit symbolizes abundance, and it is though you can sense the
abundance in the new opportunities around you. Something beautiful is accessible to you, waiting for you, oh yes, it's surely
on it's way to you. Have you been wanting direction and feeling that a breakthrough or a big
change is so close you can feel it? Rabbit spirit animal can nudge
these things into your midst.
If you have been feeling down or afraid of making a move in any direction, but particularly a new direction, Rabbit is here to "save the day". Rabbit brings the lesson that you can only stand still in fear for so long, and then there comes a time that you must jump into action and make your move.
Your fears may be keeping you stuck, your heart is beating fast and you don't know where to turn. . . it is the Rabbit that teaches that one must face his fears, or remain stuck and vulnerable to the danger of deeper and deeper fears. Rabbit must dig deep into his courage to decide to make a run from the predators in the field. Rabbit masters this feat with the intuition of timing.
Rabbit is the perfect guide to teach us about the gift of timing. Rabbit shows us that our fears are our greatest foe, and that there comes a time when we must make our move. The lesson is to learn to distinguish the signs that are always around us, by tuning into the language of intuition.
We must learn to hear, sense and see the subtle cues around us for opportunities and timing as well. This is orchestrated by developing and listening closely to our intuition. One of the very best ways for developing the exquisite gift of intuition is simply by observing nature.
Rabbit speaks the sacred affirmation; "In nature we commune with the Spirit world, and our intuition awakens".
Since the era of the Goddess, Rabbit has been a rich and treasured symbol of fertility. Rabbits have many litters of babies throughout the spring and summer, as soon as a new litter is born, the older "babies" are sent out of the den to find homes for themselves. The abundance of babies that are born to the rabbits, exemplify the symbolism of abundance and fertility. It is no surprise that Rabbit symbolism is popular and makes an excellent totem for those wanting the blessings of fertility and the anticipation of the new arrival of a baby.
Rabbit can also symbolize surprise and delight, like the discovery of a surprise pregnancy.
Fertility and prosperity are blessings that compliment each other, and where there is fertile ground, seeds can be planted in symbolic trust of prosperity. Gardeners and farmers can invite the spirit of the Rabbit to bless it's lands to be rich and fertile and to supply overflowing abundance at the time of harvest.
Rabbit will also enter your garden to partake of your plantings, sampling it's favorite root vegetables. To see a rabbit in your garden is a blessing of prosperity. Just be sure to plant extra for their surprise visits and inspections.