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What is a grasshopper's symbolism?

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In Western culture, the carefree grasshopper may symbolize laziness and frivolity, reflecting the portrayal of the insect in Aesop's fable, "The Grasshopper and the Ant." The grasshopper also symbolizes taking a leap of faith and listening to one's inner voice. To many, the grasshopper represents good luck.

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To some, the grasshopper represents astral travel across space and time. This insect also symbolizes the ability to jump easily over obstacles and to move forward without fear or hesitation.

Grasshoppers are symbols of good luck to the Japanese, as well as the Chinese. In China, the grasshopper also symbolizes fertility and abundance.

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