This is simply another animal unless you live in South America, so will have the basic associations of less restrained or socialised impulses, emotions and sexuality. But its special associations might be that in its native country it is a beast of burden. It lives at high altitudes, so might represent hardiness or rarefied life. Also it looks so mild and gentle, but in fact can be quite aggressive. So it might be something that looks like a sheep but has more aggression. See horse.

Useful questions are:

Am I riding the llama – if so what does this say about my relationship with my body?

What is my relationship with the llama and how does this reflect on the way I relate to the natural urges in me?

Am I going places in my life I haven’t attempted before?

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