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The Octopus 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 spiritual guide to the octopus for 2021.

I have spent 8 hours researching and creating this handy guide.

Is it a coincidence that an octopus in real life has 8 tentacles? Maybe. 😉

Jokes aside, if you’re curious to know:

➜ If the octopus is your spirit animal

➜ 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 octopus symbolism

Then you’re certainly in the right space.

Stretch out and let’s begin! 😁

Octopus Spirit Animal FAQs (June 2021)

Common Octopus Spirit Animal Meanings

Common meanings of the octopus spirit animal are:

➜ Moving around and exploring the new world

➜ Being adaptative to ever-changing situations

➜ Having patience when great opportunities come

➜ Observing the world through different lenses

➜ Being on a constant path of self expansion

Positive Traits

The positive traits of the octopus spirit animal are:

➜ You’re willing to be reserved and be patient

➜ Others admire you for your skill and solitude

➜ You’re often flexible and adaptive in your space

➜ You’re at peace with often being alone in the world

➜ You take time to practice self-care and nurturing

Negative Traits

The negative traits of the octopus spirit animal are:

➜ You can snap quickly at others quite easily

➜ Sometimes you’re not who you say you are

➜ You’re often judged for your life of secrecy

➜ People can get frustrated at your slow pace

➜ You haven’t quite figured out lasting friendships

When To Call

Here is when to call your octopus spirit animal:

➜ You need to adapt quickly to your surroundings

➜ You need some patience to reassess your situation

➜ You’ve struggled with being an introverted soul

➜ You need some flexibility in how you approach life

➜ It’s time to prioritize yourself over all others

Mystical Facts

Here are some interesting facts about this totem:

➜ It’s about taking it slow and breathing easily

➜ Having patience in your progress through life

➜ Knowing that each situation requires new energy

➜ Showing your adaptiveness to new challenges

➜ Leaving your old world behind in every stride

Is This Your Spirit Animal?

The octopus is definitely your spirit animal when:

➜ You enjoy solitude and having space from others

➜ You’re able to adapt to new environments easily

➜ Patience is something you closely associate with

➜ You are the type who just keeps moving onwards

➜ You’re one of a kind and always remain flexible

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