(1) If you behave aggressively in a dream, then either your unconscious is telling you that there is some aggression in you that you have not acknowledged fully or that you need or ought to be in some sense aggressive: more self-assertive, more in conscious control of your life and circumstances, less passive or subservient, less submissive or fatalistic. Do you tend to be unnecessarily or inappropriately aggressive towards people, for example, when the shop assistant ignores you or you find that you have been sold a faulty article? If so, perhaps there is a history of feeling rejected or undervalued. Are you - in your dream - aggressive towards your wife / husband / partner / parent / brother / sister? If so, the dream may be expressing unconscious resentment or jealousy towards that person. Unconscious hostile wishes towards someone closely related are very common.
(2) If you are the victim of the aggressiveness in the dream, the message may be that you are in a situation - at home or at work - that is threatening to destroy or diminish you. In that case, you must get yourself physically out of that situation.
Bear in mind, however, the possibility that everything in your dreams represents some part of you. Therefore, look for some part of you that is aggressively disposed towards the rest of you, or towards some other part of you. Perhaps, for instance, there is some guilt-feeling which causes (another part of) you to be angry, either against yourself or against other people. (Anger and guilt often go together, as the two sides of the same coin; anger frequently stems from guilt, and guilt from anger.)
(3) If the aggressor in the dream is not yourself, the meaning of the dream may be that there is some part of your psyche - some instinctive urge, perhaps - that has been neglected or repressed and is now getting rebellious. Sympathetic control of instincts is good; keeping them in chains is bad, and can only lead to trouble. Identify and get acquainted with the rebellious element in yourself, and engage in honest and receptive dialogue with it. See also Fear.
Freud spoke of an ‘aggressive drive’ which showed itself everywhere, in sex as well as in war. For Jung’s contemporary, Alfred Adler, this aggressive power-drive was the most fundamental force in the psyche. Aggressiveness, however, may be sublimated; it may be tamed and directed into creative channels. I don’t know to what extent entrepreneurial enterprise would qualify as creative, but it is certainly an expression of aggressiveness a few degrees less savage than the crudest
forms of physical aggression. Less ambiguous examples of sublimated aggressiveness arc problem-solving of all kinds, scientific research, artistic work and making love. (Making love is almost invariably to some extent forceful, even when it is also tender or indeed reverential. On the other hand, brutal love-making is a contradiction in terms, and usually results from emotional or sexual repression.)... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols
A fox in a dream represents a lethal enemy, a perfidious person, a liar, a poet, someone who defraud people, a schemer and a trickster. Somehow, a fox in a dream is also interpreted generally as a fortuneteller, a dangerous state inspector, a physician or a good business manager. Killing a fox in a dream means taking advantage of a noble woman.
A fox in a dream also means ingratiating oneself before a noble man or a noble woman.
If one sees a fox toadying him and seeking his protection in a dream, it represents his fear of spirits, jinns or human beings.
If one sees himself battling a foxffi a dream, it means that his wife has committed adultery. Capturing a piece offox skin or his hair in a dream means victory and strength, or it may be interpreted as receiving an inheritance.
A fox in one’s dream also represents profits, new clothing, one’s wife or marriage.
Sly ar.d intelligent, the fox may appear to summon you to solve a problem intellectually Fox, with its beautiful red coat, demonstrates the importance of cultivating beauty or instructs you to consider yourself more beautiful or foxy. Fox is a loner and may arrive in a dream to usher in a time of isolation or retreat.... Ariadne's Book of Dream
Symbol: Like many other red-coated animals, the fox is a symbol of deception.
Vision: Seeing a fox (or several): you are suspicious of your friends.
A running fox: be careful, somebody wants to trick you.
A tame fox: pay attention, a false friend wants to do you in. Catching a fox: you are going to uncover a secret plot. Participating in a fox hunt: you are outmaneuvering a woman. Or is it the other way around?
Depth Psychology: In men’s dreams, the fox is usually a symbol of sexual cravings, intelligence, cunning, and instinctive behavior, but it is also deceitful. Does someone have it in for you?... Dreamers Dictionary
To dream about a fox indicates intelligence and ingenuity. You should pay more attention to your instincts and wisdom when dealing with issues. You may need to hide your feelings to protect yourself. This dream may also represents a time when you felt lonely. This is an ideal time to think about your life, such as where you’ve been, and where you’re going.... Dream Symbols and Analysis
Dreams of a fox signify that you are connecting to the part of you that is sly, cunning, shrewd, clever, opportunistic, predatorial, tricky and non-conforming. See Animal.... Strangest Dream Explanations
No matter what the action, a fox in a dream is a strong warning of danger around you from wily rivals or hidden enmity, unless you killed the animal or it was dead, in which case you will outwit the plotters.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams
The fox is clever and a bit of a trickster. When the fox appears in a dream, you are being connected to the medicine of strategy and adaptability. What situation in your life right now is requiring a bit of cunning? The fox will help you with any endeavors that require a quick mind and a nimble response.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams
Foxes are symbols of cunning and craftiness. In older times, they were symbols of the devil. Because of the connotations of such expressions as “fox” and “foxy,” this animal has also become associated with seductive female beauty and charms.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia
The elegant foxglove is known as the flower of insincerity. Within the bright exterior of the foxglove is a substance called digitalis, a natural heart stimulant that is used as a cardiac medicine but can kill if given in high doses. This is why the foxglove is sometimes called dead man’s fingers. Do you need some form of stimulation for the heart? Foxgloves are also called finger flowers because the flowers are like the fingers of a glove. When you dream of foxglove, think of the significance of a glove; a glove can protect, as well as conceal, a hand. Is there something you are trying to keep hidden? You should also consider the symbolism of the fox. Are you being stealthily or crafty in pursuit of your desires, or are you foxed or puzzled about anything at the moment?... The Element Encyclopedia