You know what is best for you in spite of the pressure from others. Make choices that are right for yourself.

Moose Meaning and Messages

In this case, Moose symbolism is letting you know that you – and only you – have the authority to make your choices in life. Therefore, the Moose meaning insists that you do not need to feel ashamed or pressured in any way by your friends and peers. It is safe for you to make choices that are different from theirs. This spirit animal teaches you to stand loud and proud and own who you are! In other words, your individuality is your strength.

Alternatively, Moose symbolism reflects the fact that you should spend some time developing your self-esteem. It seems to be at a low ebb right now and, like the Skunk, could use some bolstering.

Moose Totem, Spirit Animal

People with the Moose totem know who they are. Like the Jumping Spider, it’s one of their strengths. Similar to the Opossum, they have integrity and always stay true to themselves in making decisions and life choices. Friends and peers look up to their knowledge and innate wisdom. Furthermore, folks with this spirit animal totem see life for what it is, a long journey with short stops to enjoy the spoils along the way. They move through life with pride and authority.

Moose Dream Interpretation

When you have a Moose dream, it signifies that you must pay close attention to the elders around you. They hold the wisdom of days gone by and can help you with your life lessons. To dream of this spirit animal in its natural habit, like the Tarantula, symbolizes that you can expect a beneficial change of circumstances. Also, this change will take effect immediately. If you dream that you shoot this creature, it signifies that you can expect that some simmering family conflict is about to boil over. The presence of a calf in your vision means that a lucky break is about to happen. This lucky break is most likely in connection with a journey.

49 thoughts on “Moose”

  1. I awoke this morning to a gorgeous cow moose staring at me from the near treeline of my bedroom window. It was as if though it knew I was opening my curtain and was waiting to look at me. I watched it eating and every now and then turn its head to look back at me looking at her through the window. I watched her until she finally started walking close to the house and look again at me through my office room window and then slowly made her way back into the bush line in our backyard. So huge and beautiful, looking on here it speaks the truth. PEACE, LOVE AND LIGHT!!

  2. I am having my mind blown by this description. It has made me think upon recent events in my life, and a dream of shooting at a moose in a dream. Totally accurate, and I’ll be watching my dream signs much more attentively.

  3. I had a dream last night that I was walking with my dog and we came around a corner and I spotted a baby moose walking towards me, but then I notice the parents laying in the front yard of a house. So I started to back Way with my dog who was quite this whole time. When they saw me they got up and started to snort at me, that’s when I started to run and the whole time I’m running it felt like they were breathing in my ear so loud but I kept running and came to this house, I didn’t bother knocking. I just opened the door Dan inside and shut it. it sounded so real, it woke me up out of a deep sleep and I could swear that I could hear it’s breathing in my ear a few seconds after waking and my heart was ready to jump out of m,y chest. I never have had a dream like this before, can someone tell me what it means. This all happened within the 2 1/2 hours I was asleep.

    1. This is close to what I would call a vision. Next time you have an encounter with a startling beast in your dream, say hello, and see what happens.

  4. I had a dream last night that I was walking around with my boyfriend after being with one of my youth leaders & we ran into moose like animals. I am not 100% sure what they were but the 2 most resembled moose. It was a mommy & a baby moose but there was a bison & that was the father. I was waiting at a triangular point on the side of 2 major roads, just watching the snow melt(in my dream it had snowed & I was just watching it vanish) & the baby came walking up to me. I began to pet it & hug it’s face but then I noticed the mother became very protective. She immediately came at me & I opened my arms ready to embrace her, too. She nudged very hard & pushed all her wait into me & being barely 90lbs I was able to hold all of the weight without being overbearing. I wanted her to understand I was not going to harm any of them & after a few minutes of me caressing her face & neck she began to understand & she partially surrendered herself to me as her baby had. The bison never stepped in, but watched from behind the mother. My boyfriend just watched this whole experience in my dream, I don’t remember him joining in but I slightly remember him warning me as she came into the picture.

    1. Just thought I’d comment because obviously seeing we have the same name drew me to your story. It’s beautiful! I really feel the dream was a good omen, I barely even remember my dreams anymore so it was very interesting! Good luck!

  5. I had a dream last night where a man had shot a moose and was skinning it alive. She was beautiful and still seemed vibrant despite the fact that she was shot and couldn’t get up and this man just started with her face skinning her without her being dead yet.
    She was screaming and screaming and it got louder and louder and I tried to cover my ears but it hurt me all the way through to my core and I felt all her pain and anguish as if it was my own even though I tried to run from the scene it followed me and got louder and more intense. I can’t even describe the sound, was unlike anything I’ve ever heard and not moose-like or even animal like really…it was like a painful scared human scream and animal scream mixed together on such an intense level that it ripped right through your everything – if that makes sense.
    It woke me up and I could still feel all that emotion and all that pain and it took quite a while for me to shake it and get back to bed. It definitely ranks as one of the most intense nightmares of my life.
    Any ideas what this means? I have never dreamed anything even remotely like this or of a moose before.
    Thank you.

  6. I had a very vivid dream last night where a bull-moose was in my livingroom. He was injured, laying there, so large. He kept trying to get up and walk around, but his foot was hurt, bleeding. I kept telling him, “It’s okay. You don’t have to go. You can rest. Get better.” And I would put my hand on his ribcage. I felt very close to the moose.

    Does anyone know what this could mean?

  7. Moose, Skanyonhsa, is the Warrior inside of us. Skanyonhsa is strong and fearless and wild. Her wildness is not to be feared or tamed. She stands tall and proud, and will call to us when we allow ourselves to become too tame and fearful. Being truly alive in ourselves is finding that balance between what is wild and what is civilized. Too often we become tame because of our fears and we lock what is natural and strong inside of a cage for fear of judgement and doing harm. We can be Warriors without doing harm, without killing, and without losing complete control. Skanyonhsa calls to us to walk free and tall and to be strong without having to impose our strength on the world around us. Strength does not require acknowledgement or force. It is there, inside of all us, only wanting to be allowed to walk as freely as all the other qualities inside of us. It is only our fear that requires us to confine our own strength or the strength of those around us. We have always had one foot in the wilderness, one foot in the garden. It is only our own fear and judgement that confines us. Skanyonhsa asks us only to allow our Warrior to walk free.

    1. Beautiful, thank you. I got a mamma and baby Moose outside my Colorado mountain yurt right now.

    2. You and me both!! Mama. And 2 year old calf!! She is going to have another…I hope she has it here with me … 🙂

    3. Oh I just love this! I feel your message is just what I needed. Time to unleash the warrior within. I am going through immense change and it is time to be brave now. Thank you for sharing this with us <3

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