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Frog Symbolism & Meaning

When Frog appears it’s time to sing your soul song! Need help belting out your truth? Frog as a Spirit, Totem, and Power Animal can help! Frog teaches you to embrace your voice with pride and how to help you jump right in a situation so you’re heard! Delve deeply in Frog symbolism and meaning to find out how this animal spirit guide can help, educate, and strengthen you.

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Frog Symbolism & Meaning

Frog spirit brings us into a deeper connection with our feelings, perspectives and our ability to purge negativity from our lives be that “dis-ease” spiritual, mental or physical.

Frog cannot endure a toxic environment and challenges you to release those emotions (like anger, hatred, bitterness, etc.) that hold you back. These outlooks show up in a person’s aura like dark splotches and, in turn, decrease our natural protective and intuitive abilities.

Frog spirit often comes to people who are simply not taking care of themselves the way they should. Sometimes this relates to diet, exercise and lifestyle. In other cases it may relate to a relationship on which you’re spending too much energy with little return. In both cases it’s time for a change. Step back and take the time to consider new ideas and outlooks. Just like the tadpole, you’re about to grow into something new and wonderful.

The Goddess of love in Rome, Venus, held Frogs as sacred. This symbolism speaks of self-love too! In the story of the Frog prince we see the young maiden willing to give her hand in marriage to the Frog in order to save her mother. She was rewarded when the Frog turned into a handsome prince. Here we see remarkable selflessness and the ability to see beyond surface reality to potentials.

From a shamanic perspective Frog is a walker between two worlds – water and earth. As a predominantly night creature Frog has strong ties to the moon. This creature’s songs bring in the rain, and work his special magic. It is a joyous celebration of earth’s nurturing, cleansing and renewal. Let Frog help you find your soul song.

In nature Frogs are harbingers of spring. They hide beneath snow until things begin to melt. Then the males begin announcing their intention to the females, followed later by a hearty group of bouncing baby Frogs who live in the melted snow and mud. This is one of the reasons that Frogs represent birth and fertility.

Finally, if Frogs leave an area its regarded as a bad omen of some type of natural disaster ahead.

Frog Spirit Animal

When Frog makes an appearance as a Spirit Animal he comes to remind us of our connection to the earth and the seasons. You may find yourself going through a time of growth and transformation, guided by the Frog’s alluring song.

Another reason for Frog’s appearance could be your finances. When you’re in a jam, Frog Spirit seems to loosen purse strings and bring a bit of much welcome luck as it hops along your Path.

The symbolism for this idea stems from the tadpole’s similarity to a male sperm. Sperm is the “fertilizer” which helps bring about life – hence abundance of all types are accredited to Frog’s symbolic meaning.

Frog as an Animal Spirit Guide may be coaxing you toward a physical or emotional cleansing. Detox, cry until you find peace. Look for a mantra or chant aimed at purification and healing so you can sing with Frog back to wholeness.

But remember, Frogs can jump 50 times their own body length. You have the strength to swim through those murky waters my friend and Frog Spirit is there to help support you.

Frog Totem Animal

Frog people have the capacity to “jump to it” and uncover opportunities. You face difficult situations swimmingly, something others find unique and remarkable.

Frog’s ties to home are tight, particularly with elders of the family. If Frog is your Totem you’ll want to build and strengthen your circle as that feeds your soul.

Those born with a Frog Totem have natural intuitive senses and require strong connections with the Spirit realm to maintain their power and vision.

As that bond between you, your Higher Self, Angels or the Divine strengthens so will your ability to give helpful advice. Perhaps this is due to Frogs’ uncanny hearing abilities. Because it is so acute, it’s said Frogs can “hear beyond the veil”.

What ancient, esoteric wisdom can your Frog Totem sing to you?

Frog Power Animal

Frog becomes an excellent helpmate on which to call when you really need to re-order your priorities, state your truth effectively, and adjust your lifestyle. When going through transformations, this Power Animal supports healthy emotions and the ability to handle struggles with grace.

Invoke Frog as your Power Animal when you need with communication, particularly being able to express intense emotion and have it understood by others clearly.

Frog medicine reminds us to celebrate life in all its incarnations, and remove the barriers that keep us from growth and healing.

Native American Frog Symbolic Meanings

Native American meanings for Frog have commonalities with Celtic symbolism. This medicine animal brings rain and can heal. In one example of folk traditions, Shamans used Frogs for curing coughs. The Shaman would put a Frog in an ailing person’s mouth, recite sacred words, then command the Frog to “hop away” with the sickness (this is a type of disease transference). That is how we come by the phrase, “a Frog in my throat.”

Other Native American meanings for Frog spirit include fertility, prosperity, rebirth and growth. Tribes that have Frog clans include Zuni, Tlingit, Creek and Chippewa.

Frog as a Celtic Animal Symbol

Because water sources (wells, rivers, etc.) were so sacred to the Celts, Frogs were often referred to in Celtic stories as rulers of the Earth. They also gave Frog the symbolism of healing and cleansing.

Frog Dreams

Interpreting dreams of Frog spirit depend heavily on what you and/or the Frog are doing. For example, a Frog moving from lily pad to lily pad speaks of transience. This dream comes to people who don’t stay in one place (or job, or relationship) very long.

Learn more about Frog Spirit by reading What Does Having a Dream about Frogs Mean? on WhatIsMySpiritAnimal.com!

Far Eastern Frog Symbolic Meanings

Far Eastern symbolism depict the Frog as a feminine spirit (yin). In both China and Japan Frog brings prosperity and good luck. Stories tell us that the money Frog of China was the favored pet for the God of Wealth. In Feng Shui the best placement for Frog figurines at home is near the front door where they can welcome positive chi and wealth.

People in Japan often don Frog amulets for fortune or safety in travel.

In Asian cultures it is thought that a Frog’s croaking brings the rain so they are associated with crop growth and good harvests.

59 thoughts on “Frog Symbolism and Meaning

  1. Baleriana Rodriguez says:

    At this very moment i was giving myself a strong potential to confront my crush at school and hoped that he would not reject me and when i went to sleep i woke up to something landing on my leg of course i didn’t move because i was afraid to crush what ever landed on me at first i though it was the little moise that would visit me everynight to sleep next to head during rainy nights but when i looked it was a huge frog more like a green tree frog but he did have a little brown on him and it shoked me but of course how did he get in my room ? My window is still boarded up from irma and i have a house with three cats. I came to see what it meant for a frog to randomly appear and it seems i might get a little good luck with my crush at school.

  2. Milet says:

    I as just sitting outside contemplating my anger and frustration with my current living circumstances and a particular person amd wondering what to do and how to handle it when a frog appeared just sitting by my feet in daylight. And then I went to read this meaning. So seems I need to invoke the frog power animal to voice my anger and frustration in a helpful manner. Still dont know how.

  3. Candice says:

    I just found 6 Almost dead frogs in my pool, I fished them out and only one may survive
    What Do you feel this mean

  4. Jennifer says:

    A frog landed on my head as I was driving. My windows were down. I swerved wondering what just fell on my head. It jumped off and went behind the seat. I got home and caught and released It back outside. I thought how odd that a frog would jump in my vehicle and land on my head. I knew it must have a significant meaning.

  5. Dee Cees says:

    My temporary living situation is in a camper. One morning I opened the kitchen blind and saw a large Cuban tree frog. It tilted it’s head and peered insidefor a few hours! It relocated and for the next several nigiht it stayed on the window over my bed. I didn’t see it for a few days and wondered where it went. Then I found it under my sink! I couldn’t allow it to stay in the camper because their slime coat is an irritant so I placed it on the underside of the camper and it’s now back on my bedroom window. The frog watches me. By law I am supposed to euthanize this creature but I feel it is trying to tell me something. Not sure what it’s message is but the past two years have been particularly difficult. Hoping it’s a sign of good things coming!

  6. LisaShaw says:

    A tiny tree frog and her partner have come to live with me. The female lets me get close to her. She’s a tiny thing. They left for a few weeks when I took down the pool and replaced it with a larger one and I was devastated. Then, two night ago,around midnight, I heard her familiar croaking. Last night I heard it at 3 a.m. I went out and found her and her mate sitting happiily on the pool’s edge. unstartled. I LOVE these two. I am so blessed.

  7. Hannah rebecca says:

    Doing tarot readings for free at Highland traders in Esk and there is a frog in my tarot bag coincidence? Merry Xmas everyone

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