Confusion: The Rabbit can represent confusion or hiding from the truth, a situation where we can’t decide what to do or feel we are banging ours heads on a brick wall. The sooner it’s dealt with the better.
Balance: We often see The Rabbit on 2 legs, symbolizing the balance we have got in our lives (or not). Is there something you are not letting go of? Are you working too hard? Is someone being unreasonable about something? Are you dealing with a breakup or passing?
Peace: The Rabbit can represent peace, happiness, contentment. If things aren’t going too well right now, it is a good omen for better times. It’s a great card for romance, careers and money matters.
Health: The Rabbit can be a card about health and fitness. It can suggest a need for will power. Time to stop smoking/drinking? Count the calories? Get to the gym?
The Rabbit can signify a need for comfort and help, the ending of bad times or occasionally, a pregnancy or adoption. It can sometimes indicate depression or breakdown or someone needing support.
Upright Meanings: feeling pressure, paralysed by fear/terror, indecision, persecution, crisis, victimised, psychological issues, punishment, censure, weakness, hands tied, feeling trapped, silenced, dilemma, restricted, judgement, anxiety, backed into a corner, hopeless, trial by jury, helpless, negative attitudes, consequences, powerless, drama, imprisonment, slavery
The Rabbit can represent feeling trapped, confined, restricted or backed into a corner or having your hands tied. It signifies fear, terror, anxiety and psychological issues. It is a minor card of hopelessness, helplessness, powerlessness, slavery, persecution and being silenced or censored. You will be feeling the pressure when this appears and may be in crisis or going through a dilemma or drama. However, the overall theme of this card is that you are the one keeping yourself in this situation through negative thinking and allowing yourself to be paralysed by fear. You can take the blindfold off and walk away at any time! This card also represents consequences and judgment which may take the form of trial by jury, imprisonment and punishment.
Reversed Meanings: healing, oppression, standing up to abuse, paralysis, escape, finding solutions/ options, hopeful, end of punishment, relaxation, new beginnings, freedom, overcome obstacles, release, relief, prison release, facing fears/ truth, releasing anxiety, clear mind, empowered, severe depression, survivor, mental strength, self-belief, taking control
The Rabbit reversed can represent release, freedom, escape and finding solutions and options. It signifies relieving pressure, releasing anxiety and facing fears and truths. When reversed, it is a minor card of self-belief, ignoring criticism, standing up to abuse and taking back control. You may be feeling clear minded, empowered, mentally strong and hopeful when this card appears in your spread. This card indicates that you may find you are ready for healing, to ask for help and to overcome obstacles. It can also represent release from prison and the end of a punishment. However, on the flip side The Rabbit reversed card can be an indication of extreme oppression, surrendering to pressure or being completely paralysed by fear and severe depression.