White Possum Dream

I awoke this morning and remembered my dream. It doesn’t happen often to me, but when it does, I immediately search for the meaning when it’s significant. And boy, was it significant this morning!

I was dreaming that I was with the ex, but it was a separate time, not now, because we were much younger. We were in a house and it was morning. I walked out of the bedroom and into the living area (I didn’t recognize the house, but I suppose we lived there) and saw him in the kitchen making coffee. I was looking for the cat to feed her breakfast because he didn’t like to do that, when I looked down and there was a white possum laying on the floor like the cat would do in the morning. Waiting to be pet.

I looked at the ex and asked where the cat was and if he had seen this white possum laying on the floor. He shrugged and told me not to worry about it. Just put the food out for the cat and the possum can eat too.

I couldn’t get over that he wasn’t the least bit concerned that there was a white possum laying on the floor of our livingroom and that the cat, our pet, was nowhere to be found. I remember looking at the white possum who was completely content and not aggressive at all. I decided to look for the cat as I was really upset that she wasn’t around. He turned away from me and continued to make his coffee and then I woke up.

So I was really confused because I don’t normally dream about the ex, especially not our younger selves. But lately he’s been lying so badly to the kids that it’s driving me crazy and apparently invading my sleep. I have to cut the cords that connect us because it isn’t healthy for me.

So I looked up:

Dream about White possum – it means that you do not fear anything, and you feel like everything in your life is peaceful…

Possum dream meaning is teaching you how to survive in stressful situations. Dream about possum is telling you to prepare a strategy to become successful in life or a matter of love. The meaning of this animal is helping you to understand the work of this universe and your guardian angels.

This animal will also help you in getting close to your target. The only thing that this animal is asking from you is to keep patience. You will be able to develop intelligent strategies with the help of which you will be able to overcome difficult situations of your life.


Interesting, right? I am not sure if that’s true, but I’ll take it for now. Have you ever had any strange dreams that you looked up the meaning of?

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11 Responses to White Possum Dream

  1. Beth W. says:

    I love this Janie! Talk about a sign. A white possum is definitely not something that would naturally enter your thoughts. I am a firm believer in messages and this was obviously one that you needed to hear loud and clear 😉 I belive in guardian angels and that they (and God) have a plan for good for us. Sometimes it is so difficult to see in the midst of our struggles, but I think it is a sign that you are doing what you are supposed to do. Patience is one of the most difficult lessons, at least for me 😉 At least you know you are on the right track!! Keep on keeping on 🙂 ❤ 🙂


    • janieleeds says:

      Thanks Beth! I didn’t even know that there was such an animal as a white possum so I knew it was a sign. I find it infinitely interesting to get quiet in the morning to see if any dreams come to me. They don’t usually, but this one did which is why I looked up the meaning. I agree that God/angels/universe speak to us. Stay on track and tend to your gardens, sing your music and open your arms to receive all the goodness!! 💕

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  2. scr4pl80 says:

    Very interesting. I don’t dream often, or at least I don’t remember them so I’ve never looked them up. I do read my horoscope and pull a Tarot card every day though and am blown away sometimes by what the interpretations of those are.


  3. LA says:

    I never remember dreams!


  4. TJ Fox says:

    I always loved the idea of dream interpretation. One of the more interesting things that I learned when I was digging into it years ago, is that while some symbols can be universal, most can still hold more personal meaning to you based on your life experiences and what you think of when you think of that symbolism outside of the dream context. It was a really interesting exercise to put together a personalized book of symbols to go along with the more common interpretations.

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    • janieleeds says:

      Oh wow! That’s so cool TJ! I have absolutely NO IDEA what a possum means to me and never even know that there was such an animal as a white one! I bet it was fascinating for you to put together the book of symbols! 🙂
      Thanks for sharing with me!

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  5. detwritus says:

    Hey there, this hexagram (24) from the I Ching may speak to you, helping to illuminate what this dream may be saying. https://www.cafeausoul.com/oracles/iching/fu-return


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