Spirit Animal Totems


The correct path has been revealed to you. You know which direction to go. Just go and all will fall into place.

If Robin has flown into your life;

He signifies stimulation of new growth and renewal in many areas of life. He teaches that any changes can be made with joy, laughter and a song in your heart. Robin shows you how to ride the winds of passion within your heart and become independent and self reliant through this change. Robin will teach you how to move forward with grace, tenacity, perseverance and assertion. Are you letting go of personal dramas? Ones that no longer serve your higher purpose? Are you exercising compassion and patience in mental, spiritual and emotional areas? Robin will teach how to incorporate new beginnings with faith and trust in the process. It is time to believe in yourself and use the inspiration that is given. Listen carefully. It is time sing your own song for a new period in your life.

If Robin is your Animal Totem;

If Robin is your personal animal totem you have the ability to will new growth into your life at any given moment. All you have to do is make a wish, be patient, and watch how it comes true. You have the ability to find contentment in all types of circumstances and find pleasure in the simple things in life. Often you will have prophetic vision and your wisdom will be highly sought after by your peers.

If Robin has come into your Dreams;

To see a robin in your dream represents new beginnings. It is a time for growth. You are feeling invigorated and inspired by the possibilities that are out there for you. Alternatively, a robin signifies self-sacrifice. The dream may also be a pun on someone whose name is Robin.

Additional Associations with Robin;

  • Changing luck and fortunes (for yourself and others)
  • Tomorrow is a new day
  • Joy
  • Hope
  • Clarity
  • Musicality
  • Connecting to others through song, voice and words
  • Constantly moving forward
  • Bringing new growth into your life
  • Renewal
  • Pleasure
  • Simplicity
  • Finding beginnings more often than endings
  • Being a pioneer
  • Happiness
  • Satisfaction
  • Rejuvenation
  • Contentment
  • Connections to disease and illness
  • Lessons connected to coming in first place
  • Learning how to spring forward
  • Bright future
  • New beginning

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Please have a close look at the Quotation Box at the top of the page before you make a comment or ask a question. There are at least five different messages that can appear in the box and more often that not your personal guides will see to it that the message is appropriate to what your visiting Robin was trying to convey to you. We try to answer as many comments as possible – but please be sure you have not already had your answer or that the answer is not in the first paragraph. If your Robin is dead – consider that the message is in it’s shadow form – in other words exactly opposite to what the message is saying and that you are somehow not accomplishing what it is asking for.

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16 Responses to Robin

  • After all of this snow and cold air… I was surprised to hear birds singing this morning!!! I looked out of my window and there were hundreds of robins flocking in all of the nearby trees. I researched to see if it was normal for them to be in my area (Hampton Roads) at this time of year and I found they signal the end of winter is coming! I read no further and put out some bird seed!!! Lol
    I don’t believe in coincidences, so I accept everything said here and then some!!! 100 fold!!! To The Eternal One be all the glory!!!

  • I had a dream that my husband and I were looking at buying a new house our family (siblings, in-laws, children) were there and we were walking through it. We went outside to look at a large brown barn and I looked over my right shoulder and saw a robin flying along side me. The grass was so green and the robin was so beautiful I couldn’t believe it. I thought to myself I must be dreaming and pinched myself at which point I realized I was dreaming. I was sad I wanted it to be real. I begged and pleaded in my dream to stay there. When I awoke I felt it was strange that this was so emotionally charged, my husband and I built a house several years ago not looking to buy or sell, but I did get laid off a few weeks later. I’m not sure if that was the new beginning? I thought of new beginnings as more positive than losing your job. Looking for some different perspectives.

  • hi i just wondered if there maybe a meaning to this but for the past week or so there has been a robin sitting on my balcony looking in for about 5 mins then eats the food and flies off it returns several times a day.. could this mean anything??
    kelly x

  • For a long while I have been trying to find what exactly my spirit animal is and nobody can tell you, it is what you encounter whether in a dream state or in daily life and what you feel an attachment to. Everyday I have at least two Robin’s in my path and a swarm of them around my home. It seemed easy to explain the ones that continue to stay around my residence, but not the ones that are right there no matter where I am that literally seem to follow me as I walk on a daily basis. Finally I decided to look them up, they fit my personality perfectly and I like I kind of referred to I tried to move towards an animal that other sources described me as but you find out what it is on your own.

  • I have been struggling with my finances and had to move myself, my husband and our three kids into my mom’s home temporarily. It has been challenging, frustrating and painful for me to face the truth of the relationship with my parents, and realize the effect it has had on me throughout my life. I have taken this opportunity to do the hard work of spiritual growth, and months later, I can now see how far I have come. For the last two weeks or so, when I go out on the porch to smoke, a robin comes out of the nearby bush and talks to me. At first I was not sure if it was deliberate or a defensive gesture, but now every day she comes out of her bush and hops to the outside step where I can see her. She turns her head this way and that and makes chirping noises. She will remain in sight until I get up to leave and then she retreats to her bush. Today I came out and she came flying in from wherever she had been outside of this area, and proceeded to do the same routine of finding a close vantage point , looking and chirping to me. When I arose to leave, she flew away to wherever she had come from. I’ve been wondering why she came into my life and what it means. Reading this makes sense and rings true to where I am in my life. When I first moved in I was visited repeatedly by deer, which signifies my needing to be forgiving and gentle with myself and others during that time of heavy conflict and sadness. Now I am visited by the robin during a time where I feel renewed strength and excitement for the future I am creating, and the inner changes that have occurred that have put me in a very different space within compared to where I began a few months back. Thank you for the validation and messages of truth.

  • Reading this has hit a chord with me on so many levels. I have suffered with depression for years and i know i am in the process of change. The one thing i am confident with in my life is my voice and i often sing in public. So reading about the musicality and connecting to others through song really did hit a chord!

  • i have a Robin which has only started recently visiting our house. on one ocassion my husband left the back door open and it flew into the house. when i am out for walks its often follows me. I think Robins are beautiful birds, this bird seems very kind and looks like it looks right through my soul trying to tell me something. I Hope there is a good meaning to this bird visiting our home.

  • Amazing to read this as I was out for a walk today and must have seen 30 robins. All flying in front of me and my partner and our baby and trying to get our attention and we were discussing about big decisions in our lives and I am having to let go of many plans I was making and although I feel sad I also feel like things are freeing up and feel great relief. so nice to hear all the positive things a robin symbolizes for such changes in one’s life. thank you little robins. xxxx

  • I saw the most beautiful Robin with the brightest red breast land on my back garden gate the morning that Robin Williams passed. Robins seem to be following me everywhere and yesterday what looked like a pregnant female was in my front garden when I came home. I took out a little bowl of water for her and some nuts.

  • This is so inspiring for me. The past few nights, I have been having crazy nightmares of being chased etc. But last night, I had the most wonderful dream of looking into the Galaxy and being able to see all the stars and watch as the planets moved around the Solar System and around Earth.
    The next beautiful part of the dream was when I had a baby Robin land on my hand and eat his breakfast. He was very young and didn’t look like he should be out of the nest so I took him home and fed him cat food from a straw to give him protein. He got stronger and stronger and then I woke up!
    My own personal goals are to one day work in Wildlife Conservation. I have had many dreams of animals, in particular birds. But this dream I take as a true sign.
    Thank You

  • hello.i just want to share this with you.i have this robin that has flown in my house 3 days in a row.also i have a video that a robin also been in the caravan up the yard twice now.i do believe in angels.may be its a sign for me.wish i new what it was.!!

  • It started in winter when the Cape Robin is rare.
    For a week every morning, a robin flew into my office, circled and flew out.
    Whenever I sit in the garden and read Joel Goldsmith a robin lands on these logs nearby,
    hops off and hops towards me and when really close looks at me , swoops upwards and flies so close
    i could touch it.

  • My wide just called me from Devon, where she is having a weekend with my mother-in-law, who believes that Robins are a sign of a departed loved one. They had just walked back from the spot where my father-in-law’s ashes are scattered and a Robin flew into the porch and sat on the shoe rack where all the walking boots are stored. They got some comfort from this belief and whatever the truth, that’s all that really counts.

  • We went through a tragic incident this morning, our beloved dog had to be put to sleep. When Rob and I were cleaning the flat after, a Robin came and sat in the tree outside out kitchen window for ages, we were looking at him. I think that was a sign he is okay and we did the best thing for him xxx

  • :grin: this made perfect sense & resonated so deeply…Thank you for this wonderful resource!

  • Thank you for this information on the robin. 16 days ago, (on July 30th), I went out on my front porch to talk to my dog, Rosy. Suddenly, robins started gathering near the side of the porch. More and more of them, in the trees, on the ground, in bushes. Something holy was happening. It had to mean something. They were all sweet and seemed to be telling me something. I never saw so many robins in one place in my life.

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