Uncover Hidden Dream Meanings

Seeing a kangaroo in a dream means you will take your revenge over an enemy.

Dreaming that you get attacked by a kangaroo suggests that your reputation will be endangered. Killing a kangaroo indicates that your enemies will not be able to create enough obstacles in order for you to fail, and you will actually succeed in your plans.

Detailed dream interpretation

If your dream consists of seeing or being near a kangaroo it means that in some part of your life there is a huge need to care and mother someone close to you. If your dream involves baby kangaroos, and you see them in a pouch, then this can show you need to act more softly with your co-workers.

Seeing kangaroos in a zoo means that you need to make sure that you do not use conflicting approach in business meetings. Kangaroos can signify the natural world, and that your actions within this world are important to your spiritual development going forward. In general, a dream about a kangaroo is quite favorable. It can mean that your property and wealth is secure, or that you will have a chance to succeed with your plans, and you will enjoy financial advantages. This financial gain will be even bigger if you dream about baby kangaroos in their mother’s pouch.

Seeing a kangaroo in a dream is usually a sign of success. However, if you dream about a kangaroo attacking you, this is the omen of a danger ahead. Killing a kangaroo in your dream is a better omen, but it can refer to a tangled and hidden business. To dream of a kangaroo jumping means that you might leave on a trip soon. If your dream features a kangaroo having a baby in her pouch, this is a sign that a trip will be enjoyable.

In your dream you may have

Seen a kangaroo. Attacked by a kangaroo. Seen many kangaroos. Seen a baby kangaroos. 

Positive changes are afoot if

You were in a zoo. You can see the Kangaroo's jumping. 

Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of kangaroo 

Surprised. Content. Amazed. Curious. Enjoying. Worried. Afraid. Confused.

By Florance Saul
Oct 12, 2012