Snake In A Circle In The Toilet | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Snake Circle Toilet



ADDER SNAKE

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CIRCLE

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
To dream of a circle, denotes that your affairs will deceive you in their proportions of gain.

For a young woman to dream of a circle, warns her of indiscreet involvement to the exclusion of marriage. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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CIRCLE

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İnfinite, unending promise... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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CIRCLE

Tryskelion Dream Interpretation
A perfectly drawn circle in your dream is a prediction of many good things to come, and prosperity beyond measure.

If you draw the circle yourself, be careful that you’re taking advantage of all your opportunities.

If the circle is wobbly, or appears to be a child’s drawing, you will still reach your goals but you will have troubles on the way to it.

If the circle is broken, it denotes failed marriages.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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CIRCLE

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
Wholeness, it suggests a good harmony between all the aspects of our being, physical, mental and spiritual, may be used to depict the self; female sexuality.

If the circle is inegular, suggests imbalance or lack of harmony. Idioms: go round in circles; come full circle; vicious circle; circle of influ­ence/friends. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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CIRCLE

Little Giant Encyclopedia
See Ball, Wreath.

A symbol of wholeness, a magic defense against danger: whatever takes place within the circle has special meaning. Ghosts and demons always move in a straight line, meaning that the circle and everything that is round provides protection.

The saying is that the devil sits in the corners and cant stay in round places. Circles and everything round always means wholeness.

In ancient Greece, the circle symbolized immortality with no beginning or end, as in Ring. In alchemy, the stone of wisdom (lapis) is always depicted as being round.

According to Jung, the circle (archetype of the man- dala) is pointing out that you are on the path of being initiated into yourself. Jung considered the circle to be the primary vision, the oldest symbol of mankind, and also the wheel of the sun.

In a few rare cases, the circle also has negative meaning: the endlessness of the circle can indicate monotony and constant repetition. Freud properly characterized neurosis as a need to perform a certain behavior again and again. This going-around-in-circles may be addressed here and he a hint that the “vicious circle” must he broken for the sake of happiness.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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CIRCLE

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
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CIRCLE

The Language of Dreams
(see Abyss, Balloon, Basket, Bowl, Cauldron, Chalice, Coins, Satellite Dish, Zero)

Wholeness, totality, centering. Halos, for example, symbolize spiritual wholeness and focus (see Light).

Freudian: A vaginal emblem or symbol of femininity due to its shape.

Equality and unity.

The round table of King Arthur’s court gave everyone an equal voice and symbolized the solidarity of Britain.

Protected or sacred space. In the first century B.C.E., magicians were sometimes called “circle drawers” because ritual magic uses this emblem to contain power. Similarly, % fairy ring safeguards its residents from mortals.

Going around in circles: Being trapped in progressively worse cycles, outmoded ideas, or a static lifestyle with little achievement.

A circle with a point in the center is a type of mandala emblem representing personal wholeness, order, harmony, and healing.

God or divine influences and protection. There is a Hindu saying that God is an unbroken circle without a circumference, being nowhere and everywhere.... The Language of Dreams

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CIRCLE

The Complete Dream Book
Whoever dreams of a circle should carefully avoid committing any indiscretion that might possibly influence their marital happiness.... The Complete Dream Book

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CIRCLE

Dreamers Dictionary
Symbol: The circle is a symbol of completeness and symmetry. Vision: Looking at a circle is a warning: “don’t go around in circles” (you are only “chasing your own tail”). Standing inside a circle: your emotional energy’ is balanced and congruent; you could now reach a higher state of consciousness. Drawing a circle: you are involved in a situation that is going in circles and don’t quite know how to extricate yourself.

Depth Psychology: Your personality is rounded and complete, but your thoughts are still going in circles, and that you can’t see your way out of an actual problem. See Cross, Crossroads, Ring.... Dreamers Dictionary

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CIRCLE

Encyclopedia of Dreams
A perfectly drawn circle in your dream is a prediction of many good things to come, and prosperity beyond measure.

If the circle is wobbly, or appears to be a child’s drawing, you will still reach your goals but you will have troubles on the way to it.

If the circle is broken, it denotes failed marriages.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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CIRCLE

Strangest Dream Explanations
Dreams of a circle represent wholeness, infinity, cycles, unity and your connection with feminine essence.

If something is in the center of the circle, it represents wisdom, spirit, and that which is most important to you.

A circle can also represent repetition. See Wheel.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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CIRCLE

Dream Meanings of Versatile
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CIRCLE

My Dream Interpretation
Circles in dreams represent true love and protection from harm.... My Dream Interpretation

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CIRCLE

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams
As opposed to a naught, a circle in your dream is a forecast of success beyond your highest hopes, unless the circle was badly drawn, in which case you will still achieve your aims but only after some delay.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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CIRCLE

A Dictionary of Dream Symbols
(1) Anything circular or spherical may be a symbol of wholeness, completeness, perfection, and therefore of your total self. The circle may have an obvious centre.

If so, when working on vour report of the dream, hold on to the centre - identify’ with it and converse with it - until it reveals its identity’, at least partially.

It is the centre of yourself. See also Circular Movement, section (1), Mandala.

(2) It may be a symbol of the source of life, especially if it resembles sun or moon. In y’our dream, therefore, it may represent something within you that is potentially a source of new life, new growth, new energy’, new wisdom or creativity.

CIRCULAR MOVEMENT... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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CIRCLE

The Dream Books Symbols
Wholeness, completeness; no beginning and no end; infinity. The circle may mean you have completed a cycle or have grown into a wholeness of body, mind and spirit.

If presented as a merry-go-round or movement in circles, you are not getting on with your life and lessons; you literally are going around in circles.... The Dream Books Symbols

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CIRCLE

The Big Dictionary of Dreams
The circle or disc is often a solar emblem. It also symbolizes, in many cases, heaven, perfection, and eternity. According to Jung, the square represents the pluralistic state of the subject that has not reached internal harmony (perfection); while the circle corresponded precisely to such final phase. The relationship of circle and square is very common in the universal spiritual morphology, especially in the mandalas of India and Tibet, as well as in the Chinese emblems (Yin and Yang). The circle also represents the idea of protection, especially when you dream that you are inside it.

For Chinese people, circles have good feng shui. The omens of this dream, therefore, are always advantageous. Symbol of victory, a golden circle predicts inheritance; an iron circle, defeating enemies.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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CIRCLE

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia
A circle encompasses many meanings in numerous areas: the wholeness of numbers in mathematics, the spiritual oneness depicted by the circle and the mandala, protection from evil by the ritual drawing of a circle, bringing attention to something by circling it. It may also express frustrations, as when one doodles in circles or goes around in circles. Socially, it may represent being “in” the right circle of friends.

The love relationship is sometimes symbolized by the wearing of a ring, around the finger, the neck, or in the nose. In Jungian psychology the circle is a symbol of the self archetype. (See also Zero.)... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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CIRCLE

The Element Encyclopedia
According to Jungian theory, the circle is the perfect expression of infinity, continuity and connection; the circle represents the ideal self, within which the psyche’s various opposing elements have achieved perfect balance. It has no beginning and no end, with no turns or corners in between. This perfect geometric shape symbolizes the center and perfection of the self in all its wholeness. It is a concept inherent in the Eastern yin-yang symbol, in which the white active masculine yang principle is united in symmetrical equality with the black yin force of passiveness and femininity.

If you find yourself in the middle of a circle in your dream, it can represent your self or your spirit. Alternatively, the middle may also indicate conflict between opposites or the feeling of being involved, protected or in the middle of something. For Freud, the circle represented the vagina; for Jung, it was an archetypal symbol of the whole psyche, as opposed to the body, which was symbolized by the square. When someone has made the transition through all aspects of life and has returned to their beginning, we say that they have come ’full circle’. Family groups are referred to as the ’family circle’, whilst social groups are sometimes called a ’circle of friends’ or a ’community circle’. When the apparent solution to a problem in a series of events creates a new problem and increases the difficulty of solving the original problem, it may be called a ’vicious circle’ or ’vicious cycle’.

To determine the meaning of your dream circle, round, sphere or ball, look at the symbols and events connected with it, as there is a wealth of often conflicting possible interpretations to consider. For example, if you are traveling round in a circle, you may be progressing toward wholeness or running around uselessly chasing your tail! If the circle is smooth, it suggests harmony and centeredness; but if it is irregular, it may suggest the dull round of routine.

Jewelry is given in many cultures to express emotion and rings, bracelets and necklaces are usually circular. In many societies, marriage and lifelong commitment are symbolized by exchanging rings. Did someone you desire give you a ring in your dream? Perhaps there’s a chance for the relationship, or maybe it is just wishful thinking.

If you dream of a broken necklace or bracelet, you may fear that a relationship will break and come to an abrupt end; you may, however, feel that it is time for a connection to come to a conclusion.

Circles also contain and restrict. For instance, a new pupil is outside the group until she settles in and is accepted at her new school; dog collars allow an animal to be restrained. In some pagan traditions, a circle of intent is cast to contain positive energy and protect against negative energy. Was your dream circle keeping something out or keeping you in? You may feel a need for protection, or you may feel trapped by a relationship or situation. Knots begin with circles and usually contain several. Perhaps something is knotted up? As well as suggesting the potential for unity, wholeness and perfection, circles also represent eternity or the cycle of life because they have no beginning or end, as well as security and protection because they enclose. The fact that the sun is circular means that if it appears in your dream, it may be signaling masculine, active energy or even the life force itself. Don’t forget, though, that circles also possess feminine connotations due to their resemblance to eggs.

With so many possible interpretations, it can often be difficult to decide what a dream circle may have been suggesting but considering the context of your dream, along with your waking circumstances, should help you with the interpretation. Bear in mind that it is always worth considering whether the appearance of circles was telling you to work on harmonizing conflicting elements of your inner self in order to achieve contentment and serenity. For example, if you dreamed of dropping a round plate and it smashed, your dream may have been portraying your rebellious nature and your need to exercise greater self control.

In dreams, round balls tend to represent the interaction between two people, as in ’throwing the ball’ or ’the ball is in your court’. They may also be a symbol of your need to get someone’s attention. Ball games suggest challenge and competition in the game of life, but may also be associated with aggression or sex, as in a man’s balls. As the center of a circle is the point from which everything starts, if you dreamed of a target enclosed in a circle, was your unconscious telling you to aim for psychic wholeness? A circle with a dot in the center can signify balance and centeredness. It can also represent woman. A sphere shares much of the symbolism of a circle, and indicates perfection and completion of all possibilities; it can, however, also evoke a spherical object such as a breast or testicle, and therefore have a sexual association.... The Element Encyclopedia

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CIRCLES

Christian Dream Symbols
A symbol of unity, eternity, something unending. Walking in circles during a dream is symbolic of wandering in a spiritual wilderness, Deut. 2:3 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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CIRCLES

Dream Meanings of Versatile
Represent the inner being or the self. They are also unity and perfection.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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CIRCLE 

The Bedside Dream Dictionary
The whole, infinity, Collective Unconsciousness.

The circle symbolizes infinity, the circle of life and the eternal unknown. You, the dreamer, may have come to a greater degree of spiritual awareness, so the dream could be spiritual in nature. Carl Jung called all circular images a “mandala.” It is one of the most important dream symbols which represent the psychic center of personality.

It is symbolic of wholeness, completeness and unity of the self. However, as always, examine all of the details in the dream, as well as its tone and mood, and rule out the possibility of “going in circles” as the primary message in the dream.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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CROP CIRCLE

Strangest Dream Explanations
Dreams of a crop circle represent a direct message from your higher self, and reflects your awareness of higher life forms. Your dream is telling you to pay attention to the mystical and magical aspects of life that show up in the most mundane places and situations. See Geometry.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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GARTER SNAKE

Christian Dream Symbols
A spiritual enemy that is harmless or easily resisted ... Christian Dream Symbols

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GRASS SNAKE

Christian Dream Symbols
Symbolic of harmless enemies ... Christian Dream Symbols

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KISSING A SNAKE

Islamic Dream Interpretation
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POISONOUS SNAKE

Little Giant Encyclopedia
See Snake. Well-known symbol for a deceptive woman. Dangers in matters of the heart and erotic issues. See Enemy.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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RATTLE SNAKE

Christian Dream Symbols
Symbolic of strife, Isa. 59:5 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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RATTLESNAKE

Dream Symbols and Analysis
To dream of a rattlesnake symbolizes your life journey and the passage of time.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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RATTLESNAKE

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams
As one would expect this dangerous snake in a dream is a symbol of unsuspected treachery from someone you trust, but if you heard its warning rattle and/or avoided its strike, you are likely to forestall the hostile .

maneuvers.

If it bit you, you must be prepared for a fight... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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REPTILES, LIZARDS, SNAKES

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
Our basic spinal and lower brain reactions, such as fight or flight, reproduction, attraction or repulsion, sex drive, need for food and reaction to pain. This includes the fundamental evolutionary ability to change and the urge to survive—very powerful and ancient processes. Our relationship with the reptile in our dreams depicts our relat- edness to such forces in us, and how we deal with the im­pulses from the ancient pan of our brain.

Modern humans face the difficulty of developing an inde­pendent identity and yet keeping a working relationship with the primitive, thus maturing/bringing the primitive into an efficiently functioning connection with the present social world.

The survival urge at base might be kill or run, but it can be transformed into the ambition which helps, say, an opera singer meet difficulties in her career. Also the very primitive has in itself the promise of the future, of new aspects of human consciousness. This is because many extraordinary human functions take place unconsciously, in the realm of the reptile/spine/lower brain/right brain/autonomic nervous sys­tem. Being unconscious they are less amenable to our waking will. They function fully only in some fight or flight, survive or die, situations.

If we begin to touch these with consciousness, as we do in dreams, new functions are added to conscious­ness. See The dream as extended perception under ESP and dreams.

frog

Unconscious life or growth processes which can lead to transformation (the frog/prince story); the growth from child­hood vulnerability—tadpole to frog—therefore the process of life in general and its wisdom. Frogspawn: sperm, ovum and reproduction.

lizard

Example: ‘My wife and I saw a large lizard on the wall near a banana. It was there to catch the flies.

The lizard turned so it was facing away from us—head up the wall. We then were able to see it had large wing-like flaps which spread from its head in an invened V. With amazement we saw on these flaps wonderful pictures, in full colour, of birds. In fleet­ing thoughts I wondered if the bird “paintings” were to attract birds, or were some form of camouflage. But I felt cenain the lizard had “painted” these wonderful pictures with its uncon­scious an’ (David T). Generally, a lizard is very much the same as a snake, except it lacks the poisonous aspect; aware­ness of unconscious or instinctive drives, functions and pro­cesses. In the above dream, the banana is both David’s plea­sure and sexuality, while the lizard is the creativity emerging from his unconscious through the attention he is giving it—he is looking at the lizard. Chameleon: either one’s desire to fade into the background, or adaptability.

snake

Example: A small snake about a foot long had dropped down my shirt neck. I could feel it on the left side of my neck Fearing it was poisonous and might bite me, I moved very slowly. At one point I put my head on the ground, hoping the snake would wish to crawl away. It did not. Then I was near an elephant I loved, and hoped it would remove the snake. It did not. Even as I slept I felt the snake was an expression of the attitude of not shanng myself with anybody except family’ (David T).

For months prior to the above dream David had experienced a great deal of neck pain. After dis­cussing the dream with his wife, and realising much of his thinking and feeling was intumed, the pain disappeared. So the snake was both poisoner’ and ‘healer’. This may be why snakes are used as a symbol of the medical profession.

The Hebrew word for the serpent in the Garden of Eden is Nahash, which can be translated as blind impulsive urges, such as our instinctive drives.

So, generally, snakes depict many different things, but usu­ally the life process.

If we think of a person’s life from con­ception to death, we see a flowing moving event, similar in many ways to the speeded up films of a seed growing into a plant, flowering and dying.

The snake depicts the force or energy behind that movement and purposiveness—the force of life which leads us both to growth and death. That energy —like electricity in a house, which can be heat, power, sound and vision—lies behind all our functions. So in some dreams the snake expresses our sexuality, in others the rising of that energy up our body to express itself as digestion—the intesti­nal snake; as the healing or poisonous energy of our emotions and thoughts.

Example: ‘I was in a huge cathedral, the mother church. I wanted to go to the toilet/gents. As I held my penis to urinate it became a snake and reached down to the urinal to drink. It was thirsty. I struggled with it, pulling it away from the un­clean liquid. Still holding it I walked to a basin and gave it pure water to drink’ (Bill A). Here the connection between snake and sexuality is obvious. But the snake is not just Bill’s penis.

It is the direction his sexual urges take him he is strug­gling with. Out of his sense of love and connection with life— the cathedral—he wants to lift his drive towards something which will not leave him with a sense of uncleanness. Snake in connection with any hole: sexual relatedness.

A snake biting us: unconscious worries about our health, frustrated sexual impulse, our emotions turned against our­selves as internalised aggression, can poison us and cause very real illness, so may be shown as the biting snake. Snake biting others: biting remarks, a poisonous tongue.

A crowned or light-encircled snake: when our ‘blind impulses’ or instinctive or unconscious urges and functions are in some measure inte­grated with our conscious will and insight, this is seen as the crowned snake or even winged snake. It shows real self awareness and maturity. In coils of snake: feeling bound in the ‘blind impulses’ or habitual drives and feeling responses. Instincts and habits can be redirected, as illustrated by Hercu­les’ labours. Snake with tail in mouth: sense of the circle of life—binh, growth, reproduction, aging, death, rebirth; the eternal. Snake coiling up tree, pole, cross: the blind instinctive forces of life emerging into conscious experience—in other words the essence of human expenence with its involvement in pain, pleasure, time and eternity; the process of personal growth or evolution; healing because personal growth often moves us beyond old attitudes or situations which led to inner tension or even sickness. Snake in grass: sense or intuition of talk behind your back; danger, sneakiness. Colours: green, our internal life process directed, perhaps through satisfied feelings, love and creativity, into a healing process or one which leads to our personal growth and positive change; white, eternal aspect of our life process, or becoming con­scious of it; blue, religious feelings or coldness in relations. See colours; anxiety dreams; death and rebirth, the self under archetypes; dreams and Ancient Greece; cellar under house, buildings; hypnosis and dreams; jungle; paralysis. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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SEMICIRCLE

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Revealing an unfinished state, which will not be completed until a full circle... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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SNAKE

Dream Dictionary Unlimited
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SNAKE

New American Dream Dictionary
1. Penis.

2. Deviousness, either by the dreamer or by someone who will behave this way toward him/her.

3. Period of growth (shedding skin).

4. Gossip, spreading “venom.” 5. If subject to constriction by snake, feeling emotionally strangled.

6. Being sabotaged.

7. Killing a snake indicates the ability to handle a fearful problem.

8. Feeling vulnerable, not knowing what to do.

9. Fear.

10. Temptation.

11. Willingness to change course or thinking. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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SNAKE

Islamic Dream Interpretation
(Boy; Contemptible person; Enemy; Hidden treasure; Idolatry; Innovators; Power; Unjust ruler; Woman) A snake in dream represents a person who lives in a valley.

A snake in a dream also means enmity from one’s in-laws or children, or it could represent the evil andjealousy of one’s neighbor.

A sleeping snake in a dream means a sleeping enemy. As for an unjust person, a water snake in a dream means receiving help, or it could represent a verdict. Owning a snake in a dream means gaining power and authority. Its flesh represents enemy money, or it could mean joy.

If one sees himself wearing the skin of a snake in a dream, it means that he will unmask his enmity toward others. Killing a snake in a dream and staining one’s hands with its blood means destroying one’s enemy.

A snake in one’s dream also represents a rich enemy, for its poison means money.

If one sees snakes being killed in the streets in a dream, it means a war.

A small snake in a dream represents a little child. Hunting snakes in a dream means tricking or deceiving one’s enemies.

A black snake in a dream represents a strong-enemy.

A white snake in a dream represents a weak enemy.

If one sees a snake talking to him and saying nice words to him in a dream, it means enjoying pleasant moments with one’s adversary, or benefiting at the hands of one’s enemy. Ifthe snake talks harshly to him in a dream, it means suffering from tyranny and oppression caused by one’s enemy. Becoming a snake in a dream means being contemptible against one’s own religion. Seeingoneselfas a half-snake half-human in a dream means being able to neutralize half of the enemy’s power. Discovering a snake skin which is made from gold in a dream means that one will discover a hidden treasure.

If a snake swallows someone in a dream, it means that he will reach a powerful position. Ifone sees a snake sitting over his head in a dream, it means that he will earn the respect of people in authority.

A field which is covered with snakes in a dream represents a destructive rain.

A snake with a horn in a dream represents a profitable business. Black snakes and pythons in a dream represent army generals. Water snakes in a dream represent money. Ifone sees his garden covered with snakes in a dream, it means that its trees will bear fruits and exceed the normal crop.

A snake coming out of its hole in a dream represents a son.

A snake leaving one’s house in a dream means its destruction or demolition. Killing a snake in a dream means marriage. Tapeworms or other intestinal worms in a dream represent one’s relatives and their children. Seeing snakes eating on one’s table in a dream means separation between friends. Desert snakes in a dream represent highway robbers. In general a snake or a serpent in a dream representjealousy,envy, perfidy, swindlingpeople’s properties, deceit and an avowed enmity.

(Also see Belt; Sting)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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SNAKE

Chine Dream Interpretation
Snake comes into your arms: you’ll be blessed with a gifted child.

• A snake bites you or someone else: you’ll get your financial rewards.

• You witness a snake transforming into a dragon: you can expect help from someone in a high position.

• You see many snakes: you could be tricked or betrayed... Chine Dream Interpretation

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SNAKE

The Bedside Dream Dictionary
In some cultures snakes are highly regarded and symbolize the ability to transcend into higher levels of consciousness or into areas of knowledge that exist outside perceived time and space. In the pre-Christian days, snakes were considered symbols of fertility, healing, and nurturing (the healing serpent representing a god). Post Adam and Eve, snakes are often considered symbols of temptation and evil, anger, and envy. Snakes emerging out of the ground may represent your unconscious or repressed materials coming to your conscious mind. Freud thought that the snake was a phallic symbol.

It is amazing how many people have snake dreams! Most snake dreams seem to be disturbing and they leave the dreamer feeling anxious and afraid. There are no simple interpretations to the snake dreams. Each dreamer must consider their own situation and all of the details of the dream. Sometimes snakes may be phallic symbols and other times they represent negativity in our lives that hampers our progress and constantly threatens us. In the long run the snake may be a positive symbol; it may represent difficulties that lead us to the center of personality and result in feelings of completeness.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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SNAKE

The Bedside Dream Dictionary
Bite; Animosity from a friend or associate. Biting others; You will harm someone with your words or actions. Killing; You will triumph over your adversaries. Children playing with; Someone that you consider is helpful is actually doing harm and could be deceitful towards you. Also: Spiritual wisdom being used for positive or negative ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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SNAKE

Tryskelion Dream Interpretation
Spiritual wisdom; transcendence into a state of wisdom. Psychologically speaking, snakes coming out of the ground may represent your subconscious or repressed materials coming to your conscious mind. Freud thought that the snake was a phallic symbol.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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SNAKE

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
See reptiles, lizards, snakes. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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SNAKE

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
see Serpent and Snake in Animals... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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SNAKE

Gypsy Dream Dictionary
See Reptile.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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SNAKE

The Language of Dreams
(see Animals, Dragon, Lizard)

In the Old Testament, the emblem of temptation and evil.

Greco-Roman: A symbol of renewed health and well-being. Note that the caduceus, a symbol of physicians, appears as two snakes entwined on a staff.

Transformation and development.

The snake sheds its old skin to make room to grow.

Being bitten by a snake is not a bad omen, as it might seem initially. Instead, because of the snake’s regenerative power, it represents a new awareness developing within.

A phallic symbol that sometimes comes to women upon conception, or when the dreamer is figuratively pregnant with creative ideas and psychic impressions.... The Language of Dreams

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SNAKE

Ariadne's Book of Dream
In general, the snake can be one of the most powerful forces emerging from a dream.

The power of Snake bnngs active libidinous or sexual energy out of the subconscious for creative use. Snake power is healing power that when cultivated and used can heal your physical and emotional wounds.

The undulating movement of Snake moves the energy known as kundalini up the spine of its initiate to activate a spintual awakening. It may announce the call to the profession of a healer or shaman. Snake may signify wisdom in its association with the tree of knowledge. Snakes may sometimes represent deep-seatec fears that disrupt your life, or sexual fears where there has beer trauma or violanon.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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SNAKE

The Complete Dream Book
(See Asp), A maiden who dreams of her lover handling a poisonous snake will have reason to admire his bravery, but if she dreams that he is bitten by the snake, it is an augury of misfortune.... The Complete Dream Book

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SNAKE

Dream Symbols and Analysis
To dream of seeing or being bitten by a snake implies that you are afraid and anxious about some issue in your life. Perhaps this dream is suggesting that you should be aware of a pending situation that may cause you harm.

The snake can also represent the male genitals and may be warning you against entering into a certain sexual encounter.

The snake can also represent someone in your life who is heartless, cruel, and treacherous. On a more optimistic note, the snake symbolizes intelligence, change, and understanding. It implies revitalization of the spirit and alterations in life.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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SNAKE

Encyclopedia of Dreams
A snake, being the ages old symbol of evil or satan, makes it a bad omen to have one show up in a dream.

To see a lone snake and feel threatened by it shows that you have a bad enemy that is even then working against you, it also a warning against bodily harm from an enemy.

To dream of many snakes in a pit is the foreboding of much bad luck in love or business. Should you overcome and kill a threatening snake in your dream shows that you will overcome your adversary and win out.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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SNAKE

Strangest Dream Explanations
Dreams of a snake signify wisdom, intuition and that you are connecting with your unconscious, mystery and untamed power.

The snake is also a phallic symbol that could represent sexual healing or it could reveal sexual trauma.

The snake, because it sheds its skin, represents your ability to release old incarnations, attachments and identities and reinvent yourself. Also, many religious teachings depict the snake to be evil, as in the Garden of Eden, revealing temptation and even the devil. However, ancient Hermetics teach that the snake represents the wisdom that is earned in facing and embracing your shadow. Consider the feeling tone. See Kundalini, Goddess Persephone, Breakdown/Breakthrough Dream.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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SNAKE

Islamic Dream - Cafer-i Sadik
interpreted upon 10 sides: hidden enmity, living & safety. Sultanate & emirate, state & woman, child & dying & flood.... Islamic Dream - Cafer-i Sadik

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SNAKE

Dream Meanings of Versatile
In common with serpent dreams, snake dreams occur when we are attempting to come to terms with our more instinctive self. Inevitably this has to do with the recognition and harnessing of energies that have been suppressed and thwarted. Since the most primeval urge is sexuality, the image of the snake is the most primitive one available. Because snakes are such a low form of life, while also being in some cases poisonous, they have become associated with death and all that man fears.

A snake twined around the body or limb indicates some form of bondage, possibly being enslaved to the passions.

A snake, or worm, leaving a corpse by its mouth sometimes represents the sexual act (the little death), but can also signify our control of our libido.

A snake in the grass image denotes disloyalty, trickery and evil.

The image of a snake with its tail in its mouth is one of the oldest available to man and signifies completion and the union of the spiritual and physical. Being swallowed by a snake shows the need and ability to return to the ultimate and lose our sense of space and time.

Dreaming of a snake twined around a staff or similar suggests that the unconscious forces that drive us are being released to create healing, rebirth and renewal.

The colours of the snake may give additional insight into the meaning of the dream. Also consult the individual entries for caduceus, colour, eating and shapes / patterns, as well as serpent in this section... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Explanations of Astro Center
An ancient symbol of transmutation.

The dreamer will soon undergo a vast inner change that will be reflected in her outer life.

If the dream is a positive and uplifting one, then good times are ahead.

If the dream is a scary one, the times ahead may still be good ones, but the dreamer needs to be very careful of pitfalls along the way.

An even more ancient symbol for the Great Goddess.

If the dreamer is a woman, then she will soon come into realization of her power as a woman.

If the dreamer is a man, especially if he is single, a very powerful and exciting woman will soon come into his life - though she may not be a potential love partner. Astrological parallels: Scorpio, Pluto Tarot parallels: The Tower, The Empress... Dream Explanations of Astro Center

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SNAKE

My Dream Interpretation
The snake is a powerful dream symbol, associated with the feminine, healing and spirituality. Being bitten by a snake in a dream is actually positive, meaning you are accepting all parts of your nature as you grow into a stronger person.

If you dream about you or an animal attacking, wrestling with or trying to kill a snake, you will have to defend your reputation against nasty gossip.

If the attempt to kill the snake was successful in your dream, you will succeed against all hostilities.... My Dream Interpretation

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SNAKE

A Dictionary of Dream Symbols
(1) A snake may symbolize (a source of) evil. (In Jcwish-Christian scriptures the serpent is a form of the devil.)

(2) It may symbolize healing, rejuvenation, new life. (In ancient mythology the snake is a symbol of immortality, by virtue of its ability to slough one skin and grow another; it is the emblem of the Graeco- Roman god of medicine; and the snake with its rail in its mouth is an ancient symbol of the cycle of birth, death and rebirth.)

(3) A snake may symbolize sexuality; psychic energy, or the power of Nature; intuitive wisdom; the unconscious.

(4) Is the snake guarding something? If so, the latter may symbolize either your true and total self or something you need for the next stage of personal development.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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SNAKE

The Dream Books Symbols
Kundalini power; life force, creative energy, Holy Spirit, healing power within. The kundalini is housed in the base of the spine, and moves up the spinal column awakening the chakras or energy centers.

If snake bites you, means the energy is trying to break through in that particular area of your body. For example, if snake bites in the heart area, means the opening of love and feelings; in the throat, verbalization and communication. People often dream of snakes entering their bodies, which is the awakening of this energy. Snakes are a powerful symbol, never to be feared. Snakes represent the awakening or continuance of spiritual growth.... The Dream Books Symbols

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SNAKE

The Big Dictionary of Dreams
This type of serpent without poison shows that everyday problems, though not serious, may become very annoying. These issues come to an end when you kill the snake in the dream.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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SNAKE

Complete Dictionary of Dreams
There is a significant amount of change or transformation in your life if you dream of snakes. Snakes can inspire great and varied personal emotions and therefore can ultimately connect to very different shades of meaning based on your associations. But first and foremost, snakes represent change and transformation. This connects to the fact that they shed their skin in their growth process and that many of them are capable of causing fatality to their predators, implying the symbolic rebirth that follows any death experience. There is a healing element to this, as many snake venoms can also be used as curatives. This may connect to the two snakes that appear on the physician’s caduceus, representing the challenge to life and the response of the healer to match it. In the Judeo-Christian tradition, the snake bears the responsibility for tempting Adam and Eve. As such, a snake can represent a confrontation with a change in your value system.

It is important to remember that Adam and Eve’s yielding introduced the human race to the knowledge of mortality and the birth of consciousness.

A serpent in your dream may actually represent a major shift in your awareness that may bring about the death of an old paradigm that brings you into a whole new world. In Eastern cultures, the awakening of spiritual power is often referred to as a snake. Known as kundalini, it is experienced as an incredible energy that undulates up the spine. Stimulating this can induce a tremendous healing force that has the ability to purify the nervous and glandular systems.

The practice of yoga is designed to awaken the snake that lies dormant at the base of the spine. As a dream symbol, a snake could represent the potential for power and energy if properly channeled.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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SNAKE

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia
Serpents are ancient symbols, often associated with goddesses of fertility. Because they live in the ground, serpents may represent the healing, nurturing earth; they can also symbolize knowledge. In some cultures in southern Asia, serpents symbolize primordial spiritual power. Alternatively, they may be emblems of the mysterious dangers of the underworld.

The Christian tradition incorporated the latter meaning into its mythology, making snakes an embodiment of evil, particularly the evil of temptation (e.g., the snake in the Garden of Eden). For this reason, in Western cultures especially, snakes are images for people who are sneaky and deceptive.

The cliché, “they behave like a snake in the grass,” captures this derogatory reference.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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SNAKE

The Element Encyclopedia
See REPTILES, FISH AND AMPHIBIANS.... The Element Encyclopedia

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SNAKE

The Element Encyclopedia
Snakes are archetypal symbols that have both negative and positive associations, being on one hand thought evil predators and on the other hand agents of healing and transformation. Dreams that feature snakes in them will also arouse different reactions depending on your associations with snakes in waking life.

If you are like most people and snakes arouse fear and loathing in you then if your dream focuses on a snake it may well turn into a nightmare. Snakes can often represent intimidating situations in waking life.

The most common dream is of a pit of snakes or piles of snakes lying on the floor around you; this may represent the many worries that are threatening you, or the poisonous words and innuendo of people around you. If, however, you admire snakes or keep them as pets, your dream is unlikely to have been sinister. Dreams that feature snakes poised to strike their victims with venom or suffocate them with their coils may be warning you about an emotionally cold person who is suffocating you in waking life. Is there a viper in your midst or a snake in the grass, someone who appears friendly but who is about to stab you in the back? Your dream may also have been influenced by Christian symbolism of the serpent in the Garden of Eden; the snake may have represented someone who is trying to tempt you to deviate from your moral code of conduct.

The snake’s positive associations date back to ancient Greece and Rome; the Greek god Hermes (the Roman Mercury), for example, bore two entwining snakes around his neck to symbolize the harmonization of two conflicting forces.

If the snake doesn’t try to attack or harm you in your dream, it may therefore be referring to physical or emotional healing that has begun in your waking life.

If the snake sheds its skin in your dream, this may indicate your desire to cast off the past. According to Freud, the snake is a phallic symbol so it could also denote repressed sexual urges or fears of masculine energy that are creating power issues in your relationships. Besides being an obvious phallic symbol, for Jungians the snake embodies the dark incomprehensible and mysterious aspects of the self that must be contained. In addition, in the Indian mystical tradition, the kundalini snake is a symbol of latent energy, instinct and sexuality, so your dream may also have represented your spiritual or intellectual awakening.

Pythons in dreams embody the power to dominate a situation by having a potent grasp on it. If, in your dream, the python is not a menacing but a benevolent presence, it is likely to be a reminder of your power to cope with a challenge by wrapping yourself around it. Pythons can also represent people or situations who are trying to put the squeeze on you in waking life. For example, a jealous lover who watches your every move or a financial commitment that limits your freedom to spend.... The Element Encyclopedia

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SNAKE / SERPENT

Little Giant Encyclopedia
See Poisonous Snake. More than anything else, this is a symbol of fear.

It is also often a sexual symbol, and a symbol of wholeness, transformation, and rebirth, as in Ouroboros.

A symbol of the dark feminine and deception, it also represents wisdom and cunning. Almost every woman dreams about serpents at least once in her life, which could mean fear of a rival or of the male gender.

The serpent stands for physical drives.

If something is not right in that area, snake dreams appear.

The image of the serpent may also refer to the “water of life,” since it comes from inside the earth where the healing springs originate.

The Caduceus, the staff of Aesculapius, a symbol of the healing arts, shows two serpents winding around it. In the sacred temple of Aesculapius, serpents crawled on the floor of the sleeping halls. They were said to induce healing dreams.

According to 2nd century dream interpreter Arte- midorus, dreaming about serpents indicates healing and the return to vitality.

It is also a symbol of immortality (shedding of the skin—rebirth).

The “Midgard-serpent” and the “Ferris wolf’ in Norse mythology threaten the gods as the world comes to an end.

The serpent is also the symbol for secret wisdom and the revelation of the hidden. Snakes are quick, attracted by fire and the birth of energy.

A snake steals from Gilgamesh (hero of the Sumerian epic) the herb of immortality, while he is taking a bath in a pond. In Greece, Gaia, the goddess of the earth, produces two half-serpents called Titans, who do battle with Zeus.

For the Gnostics of late antiquity, the serpent symbolized the dark, deep, and unfathomable side of God.

The serpent is also a symbol of Kundalini (the yogic life force). In ancient Greece, serpents were even honored publicly, because they were believed to be ghosts of the dead.

Snakes appear suddenly, out of the unknown, creating fear.

It is impossible to have a meaningful communication with them; they are secretive and fear-inducing, as is the unconscious. Their poison is sin, their wisdom transformation and deliverance. According to Early Christian imagination, when a snake was attacked, it would only protect its head.

According to Freud, a phallic symbol. According to Jung, the image of the snake means that something important is taking place in our unconscious; it may be dangerous or healing. See Eel.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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SNAKE BITE

Islamic Dream Interpretation
(See Snake; Sting)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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SNAKE BITE

Tryskelion Dream Interpretation
Represents an infusion of wisdom.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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SNAKE CHARMER

Islamic Dream Interpretation
(Diphtheria; Quinsy; Tracer; Tracker) A snake charmer in a dream represents mixing with evil people, participating in a competition, or racing against one’s enemy.

If a sick person sees himself sitting with his snakes in a dream, it means that he will recover from his illness and live a long and a happy life.

If the basket carries silkworms instead of a snake in his dream, it means repentance of a sinner, or prosperity of a poor person, or it could mean changing a bad profession for a good one.

The presence of a snake charmer in a dream also represents the presence of a deceiver, any taunting profession, or it could mean an illness or suffocation.

(Also see Tracker)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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SNAKE CHARMER

Christian Dream Symbols
To dream of a snake charmer is indicative of needing to be skillful, cautious, and wise, Eccl. 10:11... Christian Dream Symbols

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SNAKE(S)

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams
In its psychological interpretation a snake in your dream is a phallic symbol, and to dream of one, especially if it was coiled around you, or otherwise on your body, is a warning that you may be a slave to either your sexual passions or repressions.

However, according to the oracles, snakes in a dream are warnings of various troubles, obstacles, or treachery.

Of course the colors and other details must be carefully considered, but as a general rule: to dream that you were bitten by one portends a period of struggle against unfortunate circumstances, and if it was a cobra, it carries a special warning to guard against accidents in the following few weeks.

If your dream featured a snake wound around you which you could not throw off, you are being warned to expect treachery where you least suspect it To dream of being surrounded and unable to kill more than one or two indicates that you are in danger of being seriously cheated by someone you trust but if you managed to kill (or get rid of) them all, it is a sign that you will succeed in spite of any hostile opposition; to walk over snakes without trying to kül them suggests that you wffl, in the end, actually turn the tables on those who are trying to block your way.

To dream of playfully handling snakes suggests that you are in danger of being led astray by unprincipled friends or associates; and if your dream featured a professional snake charmer at work, it indicates that you wfll have to defend your reputation against malicious gossip.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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SNAKE-BITE

The Bedside Dream Dictionary
Infusion of wisdom (positive or negative bites are not usually painful in dreams)... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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SNAKE-CUCUMBER

Islamic Dream Interpretation
(Cucumber; Large cucumber; Squirting cucumber) Seeing or eating the large variety of cucumber known as snake-cucumber in a dream means blessed money, a good business, or buying a new property. On the other hand, a snake-cucumber in a dream may represent money that does not remain long in one’s hand. Ifa woman sees a snake-cucumber in a dream, it means that she is pregnant.

(Also see Cucumber)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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SNAKES

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
For a woman to dream that a dead snake is biting her, foretells she will suffer from malice of a pretended friend.

To dream of snakes, is a foreboding of evil in its various forms and stages.

To see them wriggling and falling over others, foretells struggles with fortune and remorse.

To kill them, you will feel that you have used every opportunity of advancing your own interests, or respecting that of others. You will enjoy victory over enemies.

To walk over them, you will live in constant fear of sickness, and selfish persons will seek to usurp your place in your companion’s life.

If they bite you, you will succumb to evil influences, and enemies will injure your business.

To dream that a common spotted snake approaches you from green herbs, and you quickly step aside as it passes you, and after you had forgotten the incident to again see it approaching and growing in dimensions as it nears you, finally taking on the form of an enormous serpent; if you then, after frantic efforts, succeed in escaping its attack, and altogether lose sight of it, it foretells that you will soon imagine you are being disobeyed and slighted, and things will go on from bad to worse. Sickness, uneasiness and unkindness will increase to frightful proportions in your mind; but they will adjust themselves to a normal basis, and by the putting aside of imaginary trouble, and masterfully shouldering duties, you will be contented and repaid.

To dream that a snake coils itself around you and darts its tongue out at you, is a sign that you will be placed in a position where you will be powerless in the hands of enemies, and you will be attacked with sickness.

To handle them, you will use strategy to aid in overthrowing opposition.

To see hairs turn into snakes, foretells that seeming insignificant incidents will make distressing cares for you.

If snakes turn into unnatural shapes, you will have troubles which will be dispelled if treated with indifference, calmness and will power.

To see or step on snakes while wading or bathing, denotes that there will be trouble where unalloyed pleasure was anticipated.

To see them bite others, foretells that some friend will be injured and criticised by you.

To see little snakes, denotes you will entertain persons with friendly hospitality who will secretly defame you and work to overthrow your growing prospects.

To see children playing with them, is a sign that you will be nonplussed to distinguish your friends from your enemies.

For a woman to think a child places one on the back of her head, and she hears the snake’s hisses, foretells that she will be persuaded to yield up some possession seemingly for her good, but she will find out later that she has been inveigled into an intrigue in which enemies will tantalize her.

To see snakes raising up their heads in a path just behind your friend, denotes that you will discover a conspiracy which has been formed to injure your friend and also yourself.

To think your friend has them under control, denotes that some powerful agency will be employed in your favor to ward off evil influences.

For a woman to hypnotize a snake, denotes your rights will be assailed, but you will be protected by law and influential friends. See Serpents and Reptiles. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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SNAKES

Christian Dream Symbols
Symbolic of lying spirits and spirits of confusion, Isa. 59:4-5. Adders are symbolic of spiritual or physical enemies, Jer. 8:17. In Ps. 140:1-3 it says viper poison comes from a person’s mouth.

A flying snake is a false religious spirit, a deadly, difficult to kill problem, Isa. 14:29... Christian Dream Symbols

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SNAKES

Mystic Dream Book
This dream is a warning of treachery where you least expect it; some unfortunate turn of events that you have not anticipated. Your plans will be wrecked.... Mystic Dream Book

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SNAKES

Indian Interpretation of Dreams
You have sly and dangerous enemies who will injure your character and state of life. ... Indian Interpretation of Dreams

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SNAKES

Psycho Dream Interpretation
The snake through the ages has been considered a sexual symbol and so can be interpreted to mean a sexual urge in a dream, but it can also mean an enemy or an obsession. See Reptiles.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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SNAKES

The Premier in Dream Dictionary
Snakes are one of the most powerful dream symbols known to humankind. They have been both revered and feared since time immemorial. They represent sexual power, resurrection, healing, initiation and knowledge.

• All snakes shed their skin signifying transformation and regeneration. Look at what you need to change and let go of in your life and what needs to be reborn.

• Is there a “snake in the grass” in your life? Are you feeling venomous? If you’re terrified of snakes in real life you may dream of them in response to this phobia.... The Premier in Dream Dictionary

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SPACE TOILET

Expansions Dream Dictionary
Eliminating spiritual ideas that no longer serve you. ... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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TOILET

Dream Dictionary Unlimited
See “bathroom”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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TOILET

New American Dream Dictionary
1. Emotional release, expression (note whether or not the toilet is clogged or flushes smoothly).

2. A secure, happy future.

3. Sexual desire toward an individual. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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TOILET

Islamic Dream Interpretation
(Lavatory) In a dream, a toilet means relief from distress, satisfying one’s innate needs, a bathhouse, taking a ritual ablution, a place where one’s secrets are exposed, a place where one hides his money, a treasury, a coffer, a rest room, or a place to reflect. Washing the toilet’s floor in a dream means becoming poor.

A flooded toilet in a dream means distress, pregnancy, or prosperity.

To fall into a toilet in a dream means imprisonment. Pouring honey or milk into the toilet bowl, or urinating blood in a dream means sodomizing. Looking into the toilet bowl and finding blood in it in a dream implies that one engages in the forbidden sexual intercourse with his wife during her menstrual period. Atoilet in a dream also represents a guard.

(Also see Bathroom)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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TOILET

Christian Dream Symbols
A symbol of exposure or needing to flush something out of your life. Going down a toilet can symbolize flushing your life away or the hard and dirty path to a new place ... Christian Dream Symbols

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TOILET

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
Privacy, our need for time where we are not always considering what others need or want of us, but can do what we want.

If it is a bathroom and toilet: possibly includes the need for cleaning up one’s sexual attitudes or general attitude to others and self.

Example: ‘1 am in a toilet and people can see me. Some­times the walls fall down. Once I looked around and everyone was watching me.’ (Ms JR). This relationship with the toilet usually shows that one needs more privacy and time to one­self.

Example: ‘1 go to the toilet and it is full up to the brim.

It is disgusting, and I can’t go’ (Alan). Alan went on to say he is often awake in his dreams and if anything unpleasant hap­pens he wakes himself to avoid it. Alan shows great difficulty in meeting the very biological, blood and guts, and sexual side of himself. This may lead to living a very intellectual or sweet- ness-and-light son of life; occasionally suggests the body needs cleansing. Not being able to go to the toilet: as with Alan, a difficulty in expressing the more natural and down-to- earth aspects of self; holding back sexuality or emotions; be­ing selfish and not sharing or giving’ of oneself.

Example: ‘I was watching my teddy bear go to the toilet. It fell down and disappeared’ (Jackson S). Jackson was very young and just learning to sit on the toilet by himself. His dream shows him meeting the fear of falling down it. He has seen things disappear for ever, and this disturbs him. He uses his bear as himself. This aspect of the toilet can depict the magical, hidden, or unseen world into which we disappear in sleep—the unconscious.

Toilet bowl: the pan of us which can deal with the body wastes, and the emotions we need to discharge, female sexual organ, ‘sexpot’. Going to the toilet: expressing oneself; releas­ing feelings, often creative; letting go of tightly held attitudes or sexuality; acceptance of one’s own natural drives and needs. What we put down the toilet: what we consider to be the least important or most unpleasant aspects of ourself or our experience; what we want to get out of our life. My small son, who had depended for long years on a pacifier, one day decided he no longer wanted to have that dependency, or be seen as needing it. He took the pacifier out of his mouth, put it down the toilet and flushed it away. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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TOILET

Little Giant Encyclopedia
The zone of the root chakra, where the Kundalini resides. This image may point to the relief of undigested leftovers, problems one has worked with.

The suggestion here is to “let go.”

From time immemorial, the toilet has been seen as a dark and scary place—in dreams, all places connected to natural functions are demonized.

It is the place of forbidden sexuality—self-gratification and homosexuality—a place full of danger and frightening activities.

It is a place where ghosts and devils do their bad deeds, and the reason why toilets in the past were always outside.

It is a place of taboos, of secrets and forbidden things, a place where budding sexuality and puberty fantasies run amuck.

This dream image also expresses the finality of nature. On one hand, it addresses everything that is transitory and points out that everything material will pass on and has no value. On the other hand, it addresses the meaning of accomplishment, completion. It is, again, an example of the alchemistic idea that gold can be made out of feces. In one sense, the toilet is the place where products are transformed. Such dream images almost always point to a necessary change: you must let go of something, while, at the same time, you must produce something positive. In Norse fables, King Olaf warns his guests not to go to the toilet alone during the night, because they might end up in a dangerous adventure with the Devil.

The toilet has also been considered the place of ghosts.

According to Jung, it is the place of the highest creativity.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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TOILET

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
1- For many people the toilet has been until recently a symbol for dirt and lack of appreciation. There has also been the inevitable association with sexuality. Nowadays the symbolism is much more to do with notions of privacy and the ability to reach a state where we can release our feelings in private.

2- Something wrong with the toilet could suggest that we are emotionally blocked. Going to an unfamiliar toilet suggests we are in a position where we do not know what the outcome to a situation will be. Cleaning a dirty toilet suggests we arc losing our ‘prudish’ attitude.

3- Spiritually a toilet suggests that we have the means at our disposal to cleanse away the negative.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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TOILET

Ariadne's Book of Dream
Sitting on the toilet in a dream may signify the need to release amotions, worries, or thoughts.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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TOILET

Dreamers Dictionary
Vision: Seeing a toilet: honestly analyze your feelings. Sitting on a toilet: you are getting rid of an emotional or an external burden. Seeing human excrement or producing it: expect a win or additional income. Seeing an empty toilet, on the other hand, means disaster.

Depth Psychology: The toilet is a symbol of relief from emotional ballast, of getting the internal household in order, of unloading unwanted pressure. See Excrement.... Dreamers Dictionary

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TOILET

Strangest Dream Explanations
Dreams of a toilet symbolize that you are releasing and letting go of negativity as you flush your troubles down the drain, and become willing to start anew.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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TOILET

Dream Meanings of Versatile
Spiritually, a toilet suggests that we have the means at our disposal to cleanse away negativity we have taken in. You might also like to consult the entries for clean / clear and dirty as well as the information for bathroom in house.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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TOILET

Dream Meanings of Versatile
Psychological / emotional perspective: Something wrong with the toilet could suggest that we are emotionally blocked.

If it is overflowing, the blockage is causing a difficulty in controlling our emotions at the present time. Going to an unfamiliar toilet suggests we are in a position where we do not know what the outcome to a situation will be. Cleaning a dirty toilet suggests we are losing our ‘prudish’ attitude, and may have gone through some kind of internal epiphany.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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TOILET

Dream Meanings of Versatile
Material aspects: For many people the toilet has in dreams been until recently a symbol for dirt and lack of appreciation. There has also been the inevitable association with sexuality. Nowadays the symbolism is much more to do with notions of privacy, and the ability to reach a state where we can release our feelings in private.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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TOILET

Dream Meanings of Versatile
Gives gender - specific: In both men’s and women’s dreams, toilet dreams can often be about self-worth and clearing childish confusion.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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TOILET

My Dream Interpretation
To see a toilet in your dream means you need to release your emotions, or get rid of something in your life that is useless.

If you dream of flushing yourself down the toilet, you can no longer hide your feelings about a certain situation that has been making you feel overwhelmed.

To dream that you are watched while you are using the toilet, signifies your frustrations about getting enough privacy. It may also indicate that you are having difficulties letting go of old emotions.

If you reveal these feelings, you are afraid that others around you will judge and criticize you.

To dream of a clogged toilet represents repressed or pent up emotions that need to be released and expressed. Also see “Plunger.”... My Dream Interpretation

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TOILET

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams
To dream of going to the toilet yourself is a sign of litigation over money or property; if you dreamed of someone else going, you are likely to be surprised by a request for a loan.

Otherwise, see under Bowel Movement, Feces, Urine, etc.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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TOILET

The Dream Books Symbols
Elimination; cleansing self of unwanted and unneeded past experiences. Releasing, letting go, forgiving.

If toilet is stopped up, you are blocking the cleansing process by hanging on to negative experiences.... The Dream Books Symbols

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TOILET

The Big Dictionary of Dreams
These dreams allude to the intention of cleanliness and purification. They tend to be very positive in those where the dreamer searched for ways to discard the superfluous, to get rid of all of the extra, not only physically but also spiritually and emotionally. Finding yourself on the toilet could indicate the best moment to rid yourself of and overcome old fears, complexities and guilt. (See BASIN)... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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TOILET

Complete Dictionary of Dreams
See Bathroom.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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TOILET

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia
Dreaming about a toilet can relate to any number of different meanings regarding waste products.

A toilet dream could reflect something as simple as the feeling that one has unloaded something that was burdening him or her, or even releasing tightly held feelings.

The dream might also be drawing on the meaning of such common idioms as “in the toilet” or “down the toilet.”... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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TOILET

The Element Encyclopedia
To see a toilet in your dream symbolizes a release of emotions or getting rid of something in your life that is useless. To see a clogged toilet in your dream signifies that you are holding something in or keeping your feelings to yourself. Your emotions have been pent up for too long. To see an overflowing toilet in your dream denotes your desire to express your emotions fully. Dreams featuring problems with toilets—such as toilets that are too dirty to use or broken toilet seats—can indicate that you want to eliminate waste material but are frustrated in some way. Such dreams may be urging you to clean yourself up emotionally. If, however, your dream home toilet is a pleasure to use, this may represent healthy self-expression and the symbolic release of outdated aspects of your life. See also Toilet and elimination dreams in BODY.... The Element Encyclopedia

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TOILET AND ELIMINATION THEMES

The Element Encyclopedia
Elimination in dreams can symbolize release and self-expression. When we urinate or eliminate, we are ridding ourselves of bodily waste and when these actions occur in dreams your unconscious is referring to the removal of emotional waste, such as unhappy memories. So, if you dream of rushing to the bathroom, what are you trying to flush out of your system in the real world? Or do you wish you could purge yourself of destructive, negative emotions such as jealousy or envy? Is there something you need to let go of in your waking life? Did you find it hard to let go in your dream or did everything go smoothly. The answer will help you see how emotionally blocked or constipated you are.

Perhaps you were searching frantically for a toilet in your dream, but couldn’t find one.

If this is the case, you need to find the catalyst for emotional release. Dreams about being clogged-up, or about a lack of toilets, are not so much about emotional baggage as about a lack of proper outlets for your own creativity and selfexpression. They can also suggest that you are the kind of person who takes on the problems of other people, leaving no room for your own.

Dreams about frustrating attempts to find a toilet could also suggest that you have over-committed yourself in waking life, and that there is no opportunity for you to express your own feelings and talents. On the other hand, you may also feel that you have been taken advantage of or dumped on by someone in waking life? Finally, such dreams may also be due simply to a physical need to pee in the night.

Other elimination dreams include using a toilet in a strange place, in front of people or in the middle of a conversation. In such dreams, the elimination represents the expression of an opinion or insight unsuitable for public consumption, or not appropriate to the situation. It could also reveal concern that you might have been too impulsive in the way you have expressed yourself, and your dreaming mind is urging you to bear in mind the possible impact of your words.

If you can’t find a private toilet in your dream, perhaps you are living or working in a crowded environment and your dreaming mind is compensating for a lack of privacy and personal space in your waking life.

If you dream of a bathroom and a toilet, this may suggest your need to clean up your sexual attitudes or attitude to others and yourself.

If you put anything down a toilet in your dream, take careful note of what it is, as it will symbolize what your dreaming mind considers to be the least important or unpleasant aspect of yourself or your experience. Urine suggests letting go of strained feelings or the release of sexual feelings. Feces indicate letting go of parts of yourself that you need to let go of. It can also indicate new beginnings, as excrement makes great fertilizer. Evacuation of the bowel usually highlights a need to be free of responsibility, or sometimes the need to be uninhibited.

If you are eliminating over someone in your dream, this can indicate a repressed desire to belittle that person or feel superior.

Playing with excrement can represent money, so playing with it in a dream may suggest anxiety about money and fear of responsibility.

If the excrement is transformed into an animal, this suggests that the dreamer is coming to terms with the fact that he or she is responsible for managing their own instincts.

If you are vomiting in your dream, this indicates a discharging of unpleasant feelings, or experiencing something unpleasant. Finally, if you realize you are sweating in a dream, you are alerted to the amount of energy you may be expending handling your own emotions and fears in waking life.

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TOILET DREAM

The Element Encyclopedia
According to Freud, toilet dreams are associated with what he called the anal phase of a child’s psychological development. In Freud’s opinion, if parents didn’t handle their children’s toilet training well it might mean that these children feel shame about these natural functions and become ’anally retentive’ in their adult life. The act of excretion in a dream can therefore suggest expression and creativity that might have previously been repressed before; to dream of constipation may stand for frustration and pent-up rage. Jungians regard toilet dreams on the one hand as indicating a need for self-expression, on the other as anxiety about our public image. Using the toilet in a dream may simply show your desire to rid yourself of something that contributes nothing to your well-being in waking life. Bear in mind, too, that your dreaming mind may simply be calling your attention to your actual physical need to use the toilet while you sleep. Your unconscious dream recognizes your need and uses your dream to wake you up. On the other hand, if you are happily or defiantly going to the toilet in front of a large audience, this may suggest anger at your lack of popularity or approval from others. See also Toilet and Elimination Dreams in BODY.... The Element Encyclopedia

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TOILET PAPER

Ariadne's Book of Dream
Toilet paper may be associated with processing and releasing old beliefs or feelings.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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TOILET PAPER

Strangest Dream Explanations
Dreams of toilet paper symbolize that you are wiping away your troubles, cleansing and clearing negativity from your life, and releasing energetic residue you might have from unhealthy relationships or old disempowering life circumstances.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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TOILET PAPER

My Dream Interpretation
A dream that features toilet paper is telling you that you need to stop obsessing over something. Forget about it and move on so you can make a fresh start.... My Dream Interpretation

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TOILETS

The Premier in Dream Dictionary
You use the toilet to eliminate waste matter from your body. When these actions appear in your dreams it is your unconscious highlighting your need to let go of emotional waste - generally old, unhappy memories or behaviours that are no longer serving you.

• Toilet dreams also refer to your basic needs in life and how these needs are or, are not, being met. Are you too busy to deal with your pent up emotions? Or are you being over emotional and dumping too much on your friends and family? Toilet dreams do, on occasion, indicate a genuine physical need and you’ll wake wanting to pee.... The Premier in Dream Dictionary

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Expansions Dream Dictionary
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