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The Jellyfish Spirit Animal

This Is Everything You Wanted To Know

Lisa Taylor

Lisa Taylor

Chilled yogi. Chai enthusiast. Often ponders the meaning of the universe. Writes weekly for Yocean Yogi.

This is the definitive guide to the jellyfish totem for 2021.

I have spent 4 hours researching and creating this handy guide.

This is based on a recent meditation experience I had at Seaworld.

(Yes, I know….of all places to meditate! But so few people were around. 😄)

So if you’re curious to know:

➜ If the jellyfish is your spirit animal in this physical existence

➜ What the common meanings of the animal totem are

➜ The positive and negative traits of this spirit animal

➜ When you should call upon your spirit animal

➜ Unusual and mystical facts about the jellyfish symbolism

Then you’re certainly in the right space. Let’s begin!

Jellyfish Spirit Animal FAQs (July 2021)

Common Jellyfish Spirit Animal Meanings

Common meanings of the jellyfish spirit animal are:

➜ Being sensitive to other people’s emotional state

➜ Healing yourself from the challenges of the past

➜ Working hard and remaining faithful to your cause

➜ Appreciating the blessings you have here already

➜ Enjoying the fruits of your labor in your down time

Positive Traits

Positive traits of the jellyfish spirit animal are:

➜ You use your well-developed intuition every day

➜ You can handle rather difficult situations easily

➜ You are truthful and can easily spot falsehoods

➜ You easily care and support friends and family

➜ You posess a deeper understanding of the world

Negative Traits

Negative traits of the jellyfish spirit animal are:

➜ You can be elusive and shy away from conflicts

➜ While you love others, you can be manipulative

➜ You only attend gatherings if there are benefits

➜ You can be stubborn due to your past dealings

➜ It’s difficult for you to remain calm and at peace

When To Call

Call upon your jellyfish spirit animal when:

➜ You want to be more flexible in your approach

➜ You are ready for truth to come to the surface

➜ You desire to posess an enriching world view

➜ You’re ready for a new journey in partnership

➜ You demand more introspection and calmness

Mystical Facts

Here are some interesting facts about this totem:

➜ It represents the need to create a deep meaning

➜ It shows the power of becoming more sensitive

➜ It can heal the pains from our past experiences

➜ It’s a great reminder for you to source simplicity

➜ It reminds us to find the ultimate flow in our life

Is This Your Spirit Animal?

You’ll definitely know if the jellyfish is your spirit animal if these are all true:

➜ You enjoy finding flexibility in your crazy life

➜ Your intuitive ability impresses many people

➜ You read many books about deep meanings

➜ You thrive when you can just flow day-by-day

➜ You’ll embark on a journey with similar souls

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