A dead coyote is highly symbolic to those who come across it. It may be a sign that you have been being selfish, and that your selfish tendencies may in fact be harming those you love.
Take some time to reflect on your actions and be sure to not intentionally or unintentionally hurt those you love.
It is also a sign that you are coming into a transitional period, or a period of positivity. Embrace these changes and allow yourself to enjoy them without fear of what is next.
Remember to express yourself creatively and do what you love in order to remain fulfilled and happy. Channel your spirituality and connect with what makes you feel most at one with yourself.
Dead Coyote Symbolism
1. Try to avoid selfish behaviors
A dead coyote is a symbol of your selfish tendencies and how they may be harming those around you.
Whilst it is important to look out for yourself and take the time for your own needs, it is also important to make sure that you are looking out for those you care about. Make sure that if someone you care about needs help you are not turning the other cheek.
By closing out those who care about you, you are setting yourself up for a lifetime of isolation and empty relationships.
Relationships take effort on both parts to maintain, so you cannot expect a friend to be there for you whenever you need it and not return the favour. Remember, there is a difference between not having the emotional capacity to assist someone in a difficult time and purposely ignoring their needs.
Try not to buy into gossip or drama and instead be a real and authentic friend to those around you. Make the time for your family and those who really matter and make sure you are not harming those around you with selfish choices.
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2. You are entering a positive period in your life
A dead coyote is usually considered by many to be a bad omen; however, it is considered to be a symbol that you are about to enter a very positive period of life.
You may have been working through a difficult period of your life and been feeling helpless, and the dead coyote is there to let you know the worst is over. You may get some good news about something you have been worrying about – potentially health related, or to do with your career.
Embrace the positive period and make sure to appreciate it whilst it is happening. Know that whatever challenges you have overcome have led you to this place and that no matter how many more difficult things may happen to you in your life you will have many more periods of happiness to come.
3. Express yourself creatively
Coyotes are considered to be a symbol of creativity and inspiration in many cultures, if you find you are dreaming of a dead coyote it may be a sign that you are neglecting the creative side of yourself.
If you feel like you have been working too hard or not working on your creative passions, be sure to make some time to dedicate to the things you enjoy.
You do not have to be an expert at your creative pursuits, if you enjoy singing, sing; if you enjoy painting, paint and if you want to dance, then put some music on and dance. Not everything you do has to be for financial gain or status, it is okay to do things simply because you enjoy them. Embrace your creativity and find the things that bring you passion and joy.
Letting your creativity die will impact every aspect of your life. Being healthy includes mental health and wellbeing, so allowing yourself to do things that you enjoy will mean that you are performing better in your job, better in your relationships and will feel better in your own physical health.
4. You may be going through a transition period
A dead coyote is a symbol of transition. It is a sign that you are about to undergo a period of change and transformation.
You may be feeling apprehensive about the changes you are going through, but the dead coyote is a sign that you do not need to be fearful or anxious about these changes. Embrace the change and allow yourself to enjoy this transitional period.
Remember that whilst the transitional period may feel scary and new, many great things come from a place of discomfort. Prepare as best as you can for these changes and do what you can to ensure that it is a smooth and easy period.
It is important to remember that you cannot control everything, and certain aspects of this period may be out of your control. Remember to remain calm and know that you have the skills required to embrace this transitional period. If you need help or assistance know that it will be available to you if you ask.
5. Spiritual Connection
Native American culture used to use dead coyotes’ furs and pelts as cloaks and symbolic garments when connecting to spiritual figures and omens.
The spiritual connection between coyotes and one’s spiritual abilities has long been written about and considered in traditional Native American culture. If you come across a dead coyote, it may be a sign that you need to tap in to your spiritual abilities and pay more attention to the signs and symbols around you.
Maybe you used to embrace spiritual practices and enjoyed activities that were in line to your spiritual self. You may have abandoned some of those practices due to a busy schedule, stress or other external factors.
Take some time to embrace those parts of yourself. Meditate, journal, do yoga, be in nature – whatever makes you feel most spiritually in tune.
Seeing a dead coyote is a message that you need to connect with your spiritual self and embrace the creative side of you that may be laying dormant. It is a sign that you may be coming into a period of great positivity and transition, and that the struggles you may have been facing are behind you.
It is also a reminder to not allow your selfish tendencies to push those around you away. Be sure you are looking out for those you love and are not acting out to hurt them.
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