Native American Totem Animals & Their Meanings

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.

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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.

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  1. Hi all, I once dreamt being given a rattle Snake’s tail(rattle) with a black rope to put on my neck by one of the Apache chiefs and I’m still dreaming of the apache tribes, women, men and children, can anyone please tell me wat does it mean

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