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Whale

Navigating emotional waters today will afford you guidance and clarity. Stick with it.
-Whale

 If Whale has come swimming into your life;

Examine your own use of creativity and apply your own creative intuition to formulas as this is what imbues them with power and magic. Creativity for the sake of creativity is not what the Whale teaches. It awakens great depth of creative inspiration, but you must add your own color and light to your outer life to make it wonderful. The sound of the Whale teaches us how to create with song. You are being asked to embrace the unknown.

It may also be that your current circumstances are born from an emotional womb. In other words, your reality is intrinsically connected to your thought and your emotional choices. Some emotions we bury beneath the fathoms of our consciousness. The whale can help you understand on a deeper level the actions that have caused unrest in your daily life.

Alternatively, the whale has come to facilitate emotional clarity, and help us navigate through the often ambiguous and confusing seas of emotion.

If Whale is your Animal Totem;

You have a deeper awareness of the world around you and a connection to the cosmic consciousness. You recognize that what you see is not necessarily the reality of what actually is. You are easily able to bridge these differences and integrate all things into the truth of what actually is. Whale people are very nurturing and have very strong ties to their community at large. Often they are the movers and shakers passionately standing up for what is right locally. Whale people love to get lost in their own creativity but often have to find a balance with this world and the real world.

If Whale has come to you in your Dreams;

It can represent your intuition and awareness. You are in tune with your sense of spirituality. Alternatively, a whale symbolizes a relationship or business project that may be too big to handle. You are feeling overwhelmed.

To see a Killer Whale in your dream indicates that you need to be more social or more vocal about something. Step up and speak up. Alternatively, the dream symbolizes spiritual guidance. You are ready to explore your emotions, but you need to make the connection between the conscious and subconscious aspects of yourself.

Additional Associations for Whale:

  • Navigation
  • Moving through emotional depths
  • Communication: Effectively expressing emotional experiences
  • Conversation: Using emotional energy for fuel and not being consumed by emotional floods
  • Deeper Awareness
  • Cosmic Consciousness
  • Emotional rebirth and understanding
  • Nurturing and devotion to community
  • Appreciation for beauty (especially song and dance)
  • Importance of balance (emotional and otherwise)
  • Inner awakening
  • Creation
  • Movement
  • Strong sense of family
  • Creative imagination
  • Reaching within or outside to find inspiration
  • Don’t hold back your endeavors
  • Be strong and move swiftly
  • Record keeper for all eternity
  • All knowledge associated with voice, psychic, and telepathic abilities of the sea
  • Beauty of movement

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5 Responses to Whale

  • First of all thank you for this information, it has helped me to understand what I am going through right now. The first time I dreamt about a whale was during a lucid dream where I like to just fly around and make the terrain as beautiful as I possibly can, but then the dream turned on me, I stood before a vast expanse of darkness which I discovered was the ocean. Usually when I encounter water in my dreams and if I am lucid I love to plunge in and breath under water but this water did not let me in, it was scary and I almost didnt want to dive in. I began to think of what might lurk beneath the waters and quickly caught myself lest I conjure up a huge man eating shark. Then he appeared, a large blue whale right underneath me, I was a bit scared at first but then the thought of riding on the back of the whale was exciting so I went with it. It dived and I felt myself go under but not too deep before it resurfaced and dived again. I felt safe on his back and I felt as if he was protecting me from the darkness below. I woke up then and wished I could stay a little longer.
    The second time the whale came to me was today in an afternoon nap where I usually can be lucid if I choose. The dream starts like any other with me realising I am dreaming and then I immediately go outside and take off to fly around. Again the ocean was before me. I saw the whale waiting for me so I went to him and landed on his back. Immediately he leapt for the ocean which was barred by 2 large storm drain gates. The whale crashed up against them to try to break through and I noticed the latch which I opened and the gate swung open and he leapt through to the next gate, again without hesitation I opened that latch and we were in open water. I was carried to a place streaming with fish, so many fish there was hardly space for the water in the sea. We dived and I felt the fish all around me, large and tiny fish. As we were going down I felt my mouth catch some of the tiniest fish and I tried to get them out. The journey took me to a place where I got off the whale and went to visit someone, it was an odd encounter but when this person saw the whale he wanted to catch him and put him on display. I would not have that happen so I raced to my whale and fought of the swarm of people now all trying to catch him, I carried my now much smaller whale to the ocean and then he was big again and we raced “home” we were safe so I bade him farewell and then woke up.

    When the whale appeared to me the second time I decided to look up what it meant and I am glad to have found your post, thank you.

  • I don’t know why, but lately, I’ve had two dreams with whales. Both terrifying because I don’t like to swim with fish, therefore I don’t like being in the ocean. The first dream the whale was huge, with a blow hole that could make a whirlpool, on top of that it was poisonous, yet harmless. The second dream, I had to be the whale and try to live as a whale, but I was completely dysfunctional and couldn’t swim no matter how I tried. I tried to use echolocation as the whale…also failed haha. The scariest part was there was a shark that snapped at me. I couldn’t swim away, then I woke up. Then the word whale would come up in my waking life as well, too many whales, I don’t understand.

  • Often when I dream about Whales I feel a sense of fear, I often fear the whale in my dream is going to swallow me, even though I know this is impossible. Often when I dream about the ocean I feel anxiety about drowning

    • Hello Amanda: The whale in your dream is symbolic of your fear in exploring your emotions. You’ve been bottling up your feelings for a long time – to the point of numbness in your waking life. You fear that even a small crack in that veneer will start the floodgates. Emotions are healthy if you take the time to feel them, integrate them and understand them. One step at a time :-)

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