Wolf Symbolism & Meaning
Calling upon the Spirit of the Wolf . . . "Wolf spirit guide is a shape~shifter he adapts to the energies of the forest.
Wolf is a trailblazer and pathfinder by nature led by his intuition deep into the dark forests he knows the way."
Wolf is a powerful totem when you are feeling lost and do not know where to go... he guides you, he will be your protector as you make your journey on a new unexplored path, as you gain inner sight, wisdom, experience and confidence you will bond with Wolf becoming one of the pack, or he one of yours.
But, to venture into the forest means that you must be willing to face your own deepest fears.
Wolf must venture deep into the forest to find what he requires for sustenance and growth, long ago he cast away his fear of the unknown.
He has faced and conquered his deepest fears, and now he walks the forest at night with supreme confidence, this trait carries powerful symbolic meaning if you choose to call upon the Wolf totem.
Wolf spirit animal guidance of
self reliance, endurance, keen intelligence &
forging new trails
Wolf totem animal energies of
loyalty, freedom & companionship
Wolf animal magic of
extraordinary intuition & telepathy
Wolf ~ spirit guide & shape shifter
Wolf Spirit Animal Meaning & Medicine
What is the meaning of the Wolf Spirit Animal?
As the supreme hunter of the forest, Wolf power animal teaches us how to find the resources we need, to be resourceful and to use the resources wisely, to keep moving forward, to keep evolving.
Wolf spirit animal teaches us to assess each situation and adapt as needed, always ready. . . always prepared.
Wolf spirit animal is so very intuitive that he can sense your movements ~ anticipating your every move, he reads your mind as he is telepathic, you can learn this by bonding with his energy.
Wolf Totem Animal Meanings
Wolf possesses powers of Freedom & Shape Shifting
Wolf symbolizes the supreme essence of freedom, he is free to roam the vast valleys and mountains of the forest, he is capable of shape~shifting and walking the Spirit realm, he can teach us how to do the same.
Wolf Spirit Animal Symbol of Teaching
~&~ the Family Pack
Wolf is a great teacher, he is loyal and loving to his family, the family hunts together with exquisite intuitive abilities they move together as one.
As a family, there is order within the pack, each shows tremendous discipline, and there is much delight in playing with the young pups. All of the wolves in the pack protect and guard the family.
Wolf symbolism can teach keen intuition and can help you see and sense the unseen, having a deep awareness and perception of all that is around.
The wolf can sense people and other animals for many miles around, he knows his terrain well.
Wolf totem medicine of perception appears now to teach you how to discern the intentions of others as you tap into inner wisdom, strength and the realm of beyond what is seen, knowing what is best for you and what to avoid.
What is the Native American meaning of the Wolf?
The legends and meanings of the Wolf are far and wide, ranging through many tribes. Here are some of the most common references.
Throughout Native American mythology, the Wolf is revered as a successful and skilled hunter and carries the medicine of strength, loyalty and possesses great courage.
Stories from some of the Northwest Coast tribes tell the tale of the first ancestors transforming from wolves to men, this ability is called shape-shifting and it is revered as a great and powerful art of magic.
To align to the powers of Wolf symbolism, the Native American Zuni tribe carve wolf amulets out of stone for protection, healing and hunting prowess and carry them in their medicine bags.
What is the Celtic symbolism of the Wolf?
In Celtic mythology the legend of the Wolf is tied to the rising of the Moon, each night the Wolf chases the Sun until it falls and only then does the moon rise in the sky.
The Wolf was held in great esteem by the Celts, and wolves were known to be symbols of great transformation. In Celtic lore, the Wolf has the power to transform into another animal ~ once again we see the this magical ability of the wolf known as shape-shifting.
The Wolf is the sacred animal companion to the Celtic Goddess Cerridwen who is the Goddess of the Moon and fertility Wolf was also companion to the Celt God Cernunnos, the horned God of wealth, fertility and the overseer of the animals.
Lone Wolf meaning . . .
What is the meaning of a Lone Wolf?
Sometimes a Wolf will leave the comfort of a pack to find his own way, to find his mate and to have a family and legacy of his own.
The Lone Wolf is strong beyond measure, in mind, body spirit and soul. He is the embodiment of the wild spirit surviving on his own.
He is learning many things about himself, he is learning the balance of freedom and the need for family of his own.
He is magical and majestic in his essence, in his freedom he roams the forest strong yet he seeks a mate, he yearns for a mate... a pack of his own.
He is on his greatest hunt, he has within him the endurance to keep going until the journey bestows upon him the gift that he seeks... and a new legacy of the forest.
What is the symbolic meaning of Wolf howling at the moon?
When the Wolf howls to the moon, it is the truest essence of the Call of the Wild.
It is the call of a hunter, a restless Spirit, it is the call of the longing of the heart, it is the call of the yearning of fulfillment, or it is the call of I AM, the Call of the Wild is many things.
When Wolf is howling
at the moon, it can symbolize that he or she is calling upon the guidance
of Great Spirit to awaken the mystical insights and intuition to locate
the path of it's hearts desires.
When you gaze upon the moon you are indeed doing the same, and Wolf spirit guide can be at your side as a totem spirit guide to amplify your requests.
Another symbol for Wolf howling at the moon is to say to all in the land; this is my territory refrain from entry.
When Wolf Spirit Animal appears for you...
Wolf spirit animal coming to you is asking for introspection, to face your deepest fears... the fears that are holding you back from taking the journey that will lead to your greatest destiny... freedom.
Wolf is a symbol of freedom, intuition, of conquering fears. Wolf is a pathfinder with extraordinary powers of self reliance and endurance.
The Wolf spirit animal also represents loyalty and companionship.
When you Dream of Wolf. . .
Dream symbolism of wolf may represent that you are being called to study the art of shamanism. Many shamans wore headdress of Wolf spirit animals as well as Bear ~ they did this to call upon the aid and assistance of the great spirit of the animal to help them manifest a particular desire.
In your dream a shaman may be coming to you in the form of a Wolf to help with healing.
When you dream of Wolf your spirit may be calling to the nomad within.
If you dream of a pack of Wolves, you may need to pay close attention to being surrounded by those who do not wish you the best of intentions.
If you dream of a Lone Wolf, you may need to spend some time on your own contemplating the path that is best for you, it may be time to separate from your pack and find a mate.
If you encounter a Wolf in the wild, you may feel the presence of ancestors, and you may have even been a Wolf in another lifetime, and Wolf wants to remind you where you have come from. This is particularly true if the Wolf "marks" you, then you indeed are being called back to the wild spirit of the Wolf.
When Wolf symbolism comes to you in a dream, Wolf may be trying to help you choose the best path.
The question comes to me frequently; What does it mean when you dream of a Wolf?
This is my answer: Remember the totem powers of Wolf symbolism, and think of the challenges you are facing right now, how do they relate to what the Wolf may be trying to teach you?
When contemplating the Wolf, keep in mind that the Wolf is a quintessential hunter, he has a passion and lust for his quarry. When you want to heal something or bring something forward from the unseen, you must have the same wild unfettered passion to keep you moving in that direction, for then and only then does the manifestation of the shaman come forth.