In the well-known fairy tale, the frog changes into a handsome prince and frogs transition from a tadpole to a frog- so seeing a frog could be indicative of some sort of transformation, renewal or rebirth in yourself or your life.

Image courtesy of Pixabay

Image courtesy of Pixabay

More widely, you might be able and willing to adapt to different situations when it’s require of you to do so.

It’s possible you are about to see someone in your life very differently than you did before.

If the frog was catching and eating a bug, perhaps you have missed an opportunity or you need to seize the next one that comes along- you need to think and act quickly or you will lose this one too.

If the frog was jumping from one pad to another, then perhaps you are never committed to anything for very long. You jump around from one thing to the next- jobs, relationships, friends, hobbies- whatever it might be- you don’t stick at anything for very long or finish it before you get bored. Is it time you saw something through?

On the other hand, if you are taking big leaps forward toward you goals, this could also be why the frog was jumping. Or do you need to take a leap of faith?

If you were eating a frog in your dream, then you may have some unpleasant or unsavoury task to tackle in your waking hours.

Think about the phrase ‘a frog in your throat’ if you were eating a frog, then perhaps you are struggling to say how you really feel or you are finding something difficult to swallow right now.

Frogs are often associated with fertility, so perhaps you are pregnant, you are thinking about having children with your partner or you simply yearn for offspring.

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Pay close attention to the dream as is may be telling you something you have failed to see lately. Consider the common phrases associated with fish like ‘a fish out of water’ for instance. Are you in unfamiliar and uncomfortable surroundings at present either in your personal or professional life? Perhaps you see a situation in your waking hours as ‘fishy’. Something doesn’t feel right about it so perhaps you need to trust your gut on this one and take a step back. Think about the other expression- ‘like a cold fish’- is someone being hard-hearted or unfeeling towards you at present? If so, do you need to make them aware of how this is making you feel? Perhaps you are the person who is showing a lack of emotion towards someone else. If so- why? Is your behaviour driving this person away?...

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