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  • dream interpretation

    10 posts, 5 voices, 1296 views, started Jun 25, 2011

    Posted on Saturday, June 25, 2011 by Felic41




    • Amethyst
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      I would really appreciate some spiritual insight into this dream as I am not entirely sure how to interpret it.

      I saw a snake in my dream, I saw every detail of the snake, from the colour (light brown), eyes, scales etc. The dream took place in what seemed to be a bedroom. I was on the floor on my backside and had slippers on, the snake almost seemed to be positioned bolt upright in front of me. It was sinking it’s teeth into my slipper but hadn’t bit into my foot yet. I was frantically trying to get myself out of the slippers before I was bitten (the snake on biting into the left slipper).  I finally freed myself unharmed, the snake seemed to follow me although I am not clear on what happened. I then was on a bed and felt something under a part of the pillow.  I brought my hand down hard on the object but when I lifted the pillow there wasn’t anything there and the snake disappeared. I then noticed two small puncture marks on my hand but wasn’t sure where it came from as I hadn’t been bitten by the snake to my knowledge.





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          Mary Clark wrote Jun 25, 2011
        • Personally I do not see anything spiritual in this dream.  For me it would have been a nightmare.
          Have you been watching shows that have snakes in them?



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          Felic41 wrote Jun 25, 2011
        • No Mary, I don’t watch any shows with snakes. Since the snake represents Satan in the scriptures, I was wondering if this is representative of some kind of attack in my life.



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          Mary Clark wrote Jun 25, 2011
        • I wouldn’t take it that way at all.  I just think you had a bad dream.  I would not think of it as Satan attacking you.
          If you want to get technical...Satan attacks us every single day...with or without snakes.  I would not even begin to try to say that this dream meant that...just my opinion.



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          Tuliplady wrote Jun 25, 2011
        • I have a dream with snakes in it every now and usually it’s when I’m exceptionally stressed out.  I don’t think the snake thing is particularly significant.



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          Kyah wrote Jun 26, 2011
        • I’m just an astrologer with a fairly good grasp of dream interpretation (and a few books LOL). Let me get to the snake first, which seems to go throughout your dream. I’m going to pick apart some of the symbols and it’s up to you to piece the puzzle together.

          Being bitten by or seeing a snake signifies hidden fears and worries that are threatening you. Your dream alerting you to something in your waking life that you are not aware of or that has not yet surfaced. You didn’t seem to be afraid of the snake, just afraid of being bitten. If you were afraid of the snake it would mean that you may fear intimacy or commitment. Snakes in the positive sense represent healing, transformation, knowledge and wisdom. Indicative of self-renewal and positive change. The skin of a snake represents protection from illnesses. The brown color represents worldliness, domestic bliss, physical comfort, the ground, earth, roots.

          The snake can also represent a callous, ruthless person around you who can’t be trusted.

          The slippers: Can mean either insecurity, that you don’t have a strong foothold in some situation, or the wearing of slippers could mean comfort, domesticity, relaxation, even laziness.

          Being on the floor: Floors represent firm foundations that you can depend on. Being on the floor can be a play on words - “being floored” or completely surprised. Perhaps you have been or will be caught off guard about something.

          The bed: You didn’t specify if it was your bed, you wrote “a” bed which represents the consequences of the decisions you have made. The mention of a pillow may mean there is a situation or matter that you need to “cushion” and soften the blow.

          The number two: Stands for balance, diversity, partnership, marriage cooperation, soul or receptivity.



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          Mary Clark wrote Jun 26, 2011
        • Wow Kyah!! Next time I have a dream I’m going to let you tell me what it means...heart



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          Kyah wrote Jun 26, 2011
        • Hope it helps felic41, and Maryclark, no problem, like I said I’m just an astrologer with a couple of good dream interpretation books. estatic



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          Felic41 wrote Jun 26, 2011
        • Hi Kyah,

          That is a excellent breakdown of my dream by elements.  I approached dream interpretation the same way. Everything you said makes perfect sense in relation to a situation I have in my life right now.

          Thanks



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          Kyah wrote Jun 26, 2011
        • YQW. I’m glad it makes sense, it was my pleasure.



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