One thought is that rabbits signify your ability to be creative. Perhaps you are a creative person in your spare time or at work and it comes naturally to you. Maybe you don't need to try very hard for your creative brain to kick in?
People may have commented on how easy you find it to generate new ideas in whatever medium you are most creative in.
You may have a reputation for communicating this aptitude for creativeness too enthusiastically. Perhaps someone has alerted you to this before or you know yourself that you are confident in your own abilities and are not shy to express them.
Another viewpoint is that rabbits show you are about to succeed in a challenge. If you are in the midst of difficult time right now or about to embark on a more demanding period in your life- then you may know deep down that you will get through it because you are stronger than you give yourself credit for outwardly.
It also means that you should experience some good luck in the near future and will be pleased with the outcome. This can come in many forms but may be a relief if you if you feel you have had a run of bad luck lately.
You say that your rabbit was white- white rabbits are usually do with how you perceive the faithfulness of your partner. If you trust your partner implicitly then this can be a representation of the safety you feel in your relationship.
If the rabbit was hopping around in the grass, this generally means that children will bring you joy someday. If you have been talking about family- this could be why you saw a rabbit in your dream as they are often associated with fertility, particularly in British mythology.
Rabbits are lovely pets and are quick, however not known for their intelligence and are not very perceptive animals. Seeing one in your dream could also mean that you lack awareness of something that is going on in your life. It might well be a warning to you to think before you act.
Source: the Complete A-Z Dictionary of Dreams by Ian Wallace
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