Lemurs are interesting in the aspect that they do not draw attention to themselves. You won’t hear them chattering. Instead, they make eye contact with each other with their big luminous eyes. A silent communication is often made and understood. They move easily through the trees without a sound. This is what they often referred to as the ghost of the forest.
If a lemur appears to you in your dreams or even your daydreams, repeatedly on televised or in any other form, then it is possible you held a high spiritual position in another life. It could also mean you’re very connected with the spirit in this life too.
This animal represents strength and can appear when you need spiritual protection. It can be either your totem or spirit animal. Totems can change appear when you need them, while a spirit animal is essentially who you are. My spirit animal is a bear and I do show a lot of bear-like tendencies even before I knew I had a bear spirit animal. My totem animal changes as I need them, but usually there are essential core animals.
Lemurs are considered very powerful in Asian countries. The appearance of one near your village indicates good fortune. They are also considered to have power of revenge if mocked.
Lemurs stand for secret knowledge, direction (knowing where to go and how to get there), wisdom and the ability to stay above the issues that trouble most.
Lemurs do not appear alone, but appear with spirits. A lemur may bring spirits that can answer your on-going issues. A lemur can be a type of spiritual gateway.
The lemur shows when we’ve lost our way, we need to look at something from all sides, we want to do our best, and when we need guidance.
You can call on the lemur when we are lost, need direction to reach the top, when we don’t understand and when we want to give back to the community.
Lemur people are excellent writers
Manipulative (they can sway people to their point of view)
Live in the moment
Stay above the fray
*Keep in mind, each person can translate animal totems differently based on their own experience. You may have a different insight to the lemur than I do. That’s perfectly okay. Part of understanding our interaction with our wild side and the animal kingdom is observation and meditation. Decide what message the lemur is bringing you. Not necessarily what message you want, but what is it bringing that you need to know or hear.