The Wolf is the pathfinder; symbolizing intelligence and strong leadership
What does dreaming about The Wolf mean?
Dreaming of a wolf symbolizes beauty, solitude, mystery, self-confidence and pride. You are able to keep your composure in a variety of social situations and can blend in with any situation with ease and grace. You are a loner by choice. Negatively, it represents hostility and aggression. It might also reflect an uncontrollable force or situation in your life.
Canine: The canine family can represent a male, you or a person close, or a situation that might traditionally be thought of as a male responsibility. It can sometimes suggest a relationship beginning.
Camouflage: The Wolf can represent someone hiding their true feelings or a situation where nothing is what it appears to be. It can sometimes suggest someone hiding from or not getting help with depression or anxiety.
Spiritual: The Wolf is a card about spirituality, faith or religion. It is usually a good omen and brings inspiration and acknowledgement of blossoming gifts.
The Wolf can indicate a person or situation where we feel badly let down On a brighter note The Wolf can also be a sign of developing intuition and psychic abilities.
Upright Meanings: theft, cheating, strategy, lies, underhanded, adaptable, enemy masquerading as friend, resourceful, cunning, mental manipulation, flexible, courage, insolence, escaping detection, daring, dangerous/risky behaviour, deceit, betrayal, spying, unwise attempt, trickery, getting away with it, sharp wit, scheming, lack of conscience
The Wolf represents deception, lies, trickery, cheating and lack of conscience. This card also signifies mental manipulation, tactics, scheming, cunning, enemies who masquerade as friends and spies in your camp. It is a minor card of dangerous or risky behaviour, daring, courage and staying ahead of the game. The Wolf can also represent flexibility, adaptability, sharp wit, resourcefulness, being strategic or being overly rational. This card can also signify underhanded behaviour, theft, burglary, fraud, dodgy deals and a general lack of conscience. It represents escaping detection and getting away with something.
Reversed Meanings: confessing, turning over new leaf, slander, no backbone, dangerously two-faced, being outsmarted, con artist, malicious, blackmail, running away from consequences, ignoring warnings, coward, getting caught, conscience kicking in, serial cheat, unworkable strategy, stealing credit, helpful, coming clean, advice, counsel, pathological liar
The Wolf reversed reminds us that ‘crime doesn’t pay,’ without exception. If you get this card and you are tempted to cheat or take shortcuts in some way, this card gives a clear statement that you are going to get caught – simple as that. Think twice. And if you have found that someone in your life is cheating you, by no means can you simply let it go. They must be called to account, if you are to keep this relationship. This does not mean you should assume that someone is cheating; this only applies if you know for a fact that they are.