and the messages they bring you

Goat

Spend some time today and contemplate your power as an individual. Know that what you see is what you have created for yourself.
-Goat

If Goat has climbed onto your path;

It is letting you know that this is a time to begin new climbs and new endeavors. Take your time and plan your course. Look closely at what is ahead so that you can be surefooted along your course. Goat can also be letting you know that perhaps its time to stretch and reach for new heights. Are your goals high enough? Do you deserve more?

Alternatively Goat can be letting you know that you have to trust your own ability to land on your feet. Having faith in yourself and your own abilities is a very powerful tool that is available to you at all times. Move forward one step at a time.

If Goat is your Animal Totem;

You are persistent in achieving whatever goal you wish to pursue. You are industrious and have a strong work ethic. You are fearless when it comes to difficult obstacles on your path to success. People with Goat as their personal totem often have a lofty spiritual ambition and enjoy exploring new heights within themselves.

If Goat has climbed into your Dream;

To dream of goats wandering around a farm, is a symbol of abundance and wealth. To see them otherwise, denotes cautious dealings and a steady increase of wealth. If a billy goat butts you, beware that there are those that are seeking your downfall. If a young woman dreams that she drinks goat’s milk it is believed that she will marry money and will not be disappointed.

Additional Associations for Goat…

  • Abundance
  • Independence
  • Surefooted
  • Removing guilty feelings
  • Understanding nature energies and beings
  • Seeking new heights
  • Agility
  • Curiosity
  • Courage
  • Sturdiness
  • Faith
  • Intelligence
  • Balance
  • Dignity
  • Peace
  • Distance
  • Aloofness
  • Sacrifice
  • Initiation
  • Spiritual Ambition
  • Respect
  • Virility
  • Masculinity
  • Vitality
  • Guardianship
  • Provision
  • Exploration
  • Nurturing

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