The Hummingbird symbolizes love, beauty, intelligence – a spirit messenger that slows or stops time
What does dreaming about The Hummingbird mean?
Dreaming of a hummingbird suggests that small ideas or concepts may possess much potential and power. Alternatively, it indicates your flighty thoughts and frivolous ideas. It may be a metaphor for your inability to commit to a relationship.
Fertility: Drawing The Hummingbird can be a sign of pregnancy, present or future. It can also represent a very young child or a mother-to-be in your life. More symbolically it can mean seeds of an idea or project that need your attention.
Color: A card that shows us the beauty of life. Feeling fit and healthy. Loving relationships. Balance in everything. Sometimes a warning not to throw it all away! Occasionally a warning not to see things in black and white.
Air: The Hummingbird may suggest someone whose head is in the clouds or who is full of hot air. On a spiritual level it represents intuition and may be a sign of developing gifts or abilities.
The Hummingbird can suggest a person or situation where holding on to the past is becoming a problem. It can be a signal that we, or someone close, needs to move on. Occasionally it warns not to be impatient for pregnancy.
Upright Meanings: nostalgia, disillusion, self-absorption, frustration, meditation, stagnation, remorse, yearning, reevaluation, dissatisfaction, boredom, missed opportunities, refusing offers, depression, kindness, weariness, regret, apathy, day-dreaming, focusing on the negative, redemption
The Hummingbird card can represent missed opportunities, remorse or regret. It can also signify becoming self-absorbed due to depression, negativity or apathy. The Hummingbird can indicate that you are feeling bored or disillusioned with your life, you may be focusing on the negative or feeling like the grass is greener on the other side. You may feel like you have lost your passion and motivation for life. When this minor card appears in your spread it comes with a warning to be mindful of the opportunities or offers available to you. You may be inclined to dismiss them as insignificant now but you could realise later that they would have led on to amazing things. The Hummingbird can also represent feeling nostalgic, daydreaming or fantasising.
Reversed Meanings: beginning, focusing on the positive, focus, new goals, gratitude, being proactive, zest for life, motivation, seizing opportunities, interest, enthusiasm, letting go of regret, ambitions, self-awareness, end of stagnation
The Reversed Hummingbird is a card about breaking out of a self-imposed rut. You may know that you’re in a rut but not realize that it is a self-imposed one. You can control your own destiny to an extent so it’s time to get on with the job. You are about to find yourself getting moving again. That’s a good thing.