Clinical Psychologist

What does the frog represent?

 

The frog was chosen as it is commonly seen as a symbol of positive transformation, self-exploration and renewal.  It lives on the land, swims in the water, and is a communicator & mediator in both of these worlds.  It represents health, honesty and purification.  Some consider that frogs stand for inspiration.

 

It can be associated with the ability to leap from one state of consciousness to another.  This includes the idea of jumping or leaping forward (making progress).  In Rome, the frog was a mascot which was believed to bring good luck to the home as it symbolized “abundance”.   Many would say that frogs represent happiness and great friendship.

 

 

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