Cheetah

Cheetah Symbolism, Cheetah Meaning, Cheetah Totem, Cheetah Dream, Messages
The most important thing for you to do right now is to act with speed and focus. Keep your eyes on the prize!
-Cheetah

Cheetah Meaning and Messages

In this case, Cheetah symbolism is reminding you that things are moving with high speed for you right now. Therefore you need to keep yourself focused on your direction and your goal. Moreover, it is the best way to find the most direct way of achieving your dreams. Occasionally the Cheetah meaning is a little more subtle. In other words, it means that you will have to focus on all aspects of a plan. In particular, be a bit more flexible in the revisions to attain your goal. Thus this spirit animal insists that you must be clear about your intention and what it is you are trying to create.

Alternatively, Cheetah symbolism warns you to be aware of spreading yourself a bit too thin. It could be that you are trying to accomplish too much or having too many goals at the same time.

For more information on the Big Cats, check out our Big Cats Page. The Cheetah is also closely related to the LynxCougar, and Jaguar.

Cheetah Totem, Spirit Animal

People with the Cheetah totem have a high capacity for empathy and know precisely how to respond to the hurt, pain, and suffering of others. They are fearless in the art of tough love and will tell it exactly as it is. However, they also have a way of saying these things diplomatically so that it removes the “punch” from the delivery. Folks with this spirit animal also respond quickly and instantly to all opportunities and the dangers in their lives. They also tend to be solitary and are very selective as to who they will trust and form a bond.

Cheetah Dream Interpretation

When you have a Cheetah dream in which the cat is chasing you, it suggests that you may need to get up out of that chair and get moving. In other words, be more active in pursuit of your goals. Conversely, the vision could also be letting you know that you cannot outrun your current problems or situation. Therefore, you will not be able to escape them and will have to take action instead.

If the animal in your dream is hunting, it symbolizes that something is missing in your life. Thus, you somehow feel that you are missing the mark as far as your purpose in life goes.

Alternatively, this big cat dream may appear in your life when you are trying to move on, and something keeps bringing you back to the same dilemma.

79 thoughts on “Cheetah”

  1. Hi, today during my day nap, I dreamed a cheetah was trying to get in through my front door. I do not remember details or how I knew it was a cheetah. What could that mean?

  2. I just had a dream that I was surrounded by these black Cheetahs but as I moved about it was alomst like they knew I was there and they did not attack me. But I did find a way to get from where they were.

  3. i had a dream where a cheeta was trying to attack me, it tried biting my hand but i swang it off and ran away from it and more and more cheetas kept on coming on to me and this all happened in my yard.

  4. I had a dream where the cheetah was my pet… It was like i had some connectinon with it. But at the same time i had been asking myself when will it eat me. I scared as i played with it. But i played with it anyway it slept with me on my bed. Before i woke up

  5. I had a dream in that dream I was in place that seemed like a classroom. The cheetah was looked in a cabinet and my son went to open the cabinet and it came out. I was terrified that it would hurt myself and my son, but strangely it came around me as I sat down and started to smell me, in my head I heard a voice telling to relax it won’t hurt me, I must breath slow deep breath so that my heart does beat too fast. After wards more people came into the room, the cheetah ran outside and I quickly told my son to hide and I hid myself but this cheetah came back to get me as if I was supposed to follow it. Then I woke up. Please interpret for me

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