Snake - Dream Dictionary

General meaning of snakes in your dream

Symbol meaning of snake dreams

 Dreams of snakes meaning

Dreams of snakes meaning.

Snakes symbolism in a dream is connected to rebirth and transformation in waking life.

If you have dreams of snakes and you are looking for the meaning - then this indicates that you are going to face in challenging times ahead. If we look at the interpretation of famous dream psychologists, Freud believes that the snake is connected to a masculine figure. This could possibly be a male energetically or alternatively the sexual organ of the male organ. Freud believed that snakes are a rich symbol which is associated with our dreams.

  

 In your dream…

 

  • A snake was seen in the dream state.
  • You were frightened of seeing a snake in your dream.
  • Other people were frightened of seeing a snake in your dream.
  • You killed a snake in your dream.
  • Other people killed a snake in your dream.
  • A snake with many patterns was featured in your dream.

 

Detailed dream meaning of a snake…

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In order to understand the basic dream interpretation it is important for us to look at the different elements of the dream. In life sometimes we dream vividly, in black and white alternatively we dream in color. The snake dream is often connected to nightmares, thus, can be terrifying or worrying. It maybe that you wakes up and are worried about your subconscious mind? It is important to recognise that the snake is connected to our subconscious hidden emotions and in terms of the occult the snake symbolises healing.

 In many ancient dream dictionaries the snake represents discontentment and also the importance of healing. If you are bitten by a snake then this is generally associated with an enemy in life. If we look at the snake as a symbol it sheds its skin and is a sign of rebirth/transformation. To see more than one snake in a dream can suggest that you have a number of enemies that are against you at the moment.

 A snake is a symbolism of change and transformation according to many dream psychologists. If we look at a more general interpretation the snake this can be associated with how we handle life's difficulties, it can suggest that our waking emotions are going to be unsettled for a period of time and predict that an enemy will come to light. There is however, a positive side of this dream interpretation in that snakes also represent positivity in terms of healing and overcoming some adverse problems and difficulties in waking life.

 Many dream dictionary online and in books have many interpretations of the snake, from seeing snakes on the floor, snakes entangled in your hair or even being chased by snakes. This interpretation is generally used when you require any interpretation of the snake alone.

  

 So what does this mean in your dream?

If we look at shamanism the snake itself can be seen as an important animal guide. The snake is connected to how we interact with other human beings. This could be how we communicate or deal with difficult and unsettling situations in waking life. There is a number of different elements that you need to undertake in order to determine what the dream of snakes signify. Firstly the general dream meaning should be defined - followed by the aspects that are featured / included in the dream. Consider the general meaning of the snake found in dreams. Many people are fearful of snakes and this is not uncommon in the dream state. If you see a snake attacking you in the dream this can be connected to having a sense of shock in defeating an enemy. If the snake appears friendly in your dream then this can be a suggestion that you are likely to face some difficult problems in the near future - but you will have help in overcoming these going forward.

The snake itself can symbolise our psychic energy. It's basically a production of our energy into the world. Depending upon the colour of the snake it can signify: passion, anger, conflict, upheaval and rebirth. Equally, the snake can also be associated with kindness, healing and a new start or beginning in waking life. The snake itself is associated with force and survival. In occult terms the snake can suggest the unfolding of different events which ultimately will have a successful outcome.

The snake can certainly cause serious injury or death in the dream. If the snake does attack you in the dream state and you are able to escape from the snake in your dream then this indicates powerful growth. It can suggest that you may be in relationships which you are likely to grow. If we look at life itself everything has a cycle.

We are born, live, then finally die.

  

The snake itself represents these three “life” forms of life cycle. If we look at our personalities in life and they change as time goes on, normally our friends change in our social interactions also change. The snake is often connected to hidden enemies in ancient tea leaf readings and dream dictionaries. If the snake is large in the dream this can suggest that there is somebody that wishes to do you harm, the good news is that you are powerful enough to take this on.

Many fear the snake due to their venom so in dreams this is associated with your inner energy rising up. Most psychologists identify that the snake dream is connected to our sexuality. How we interpret intimacy and bonding with different human beings. If we look at ancient South Americans they connect the snake with being a messenger, they believe that snakes are used to send a message to others - which is negative in nature. In our dreams the snakes delivers us a message. Another interpretation of a snake dream is that of healing. If we look at some of the ancient statues of snakes around the world we see many that use the symbol of the snake as rebirth. The snake can represent different advice depending on the details of the dream itself. As we have already outlined the snake is representative of our life-cycle in the world.

The snake itself can be a symbolism of life and death and is connected to how we are perceived by others. Many occult writings include the snake as a symbolism of energy, the energy and life force of life itself. In ancient history we associate negativity through snake symbols. For example the goddess and snake priestess. The snake in this sense is often symbolically connected to rebirth of life this is due to the fact that it sheds its skin. There there is Hindu mythology the snake is associated with the rebirth process of the dead. Snakes can also be connected to fertility and wisdom in life.

There appears to be little universal meaning the symbol of the snake in a dream. We look at the Christian religion it defines the snake Satan in disguise. Equally, in Judaism the snake is also considered evil. Some religions (pre-christian) considered the snake was sacred this was due to the fact it sheds its skin which is associated with rebirth. In Egypt the snake is representative of positive and negative energy this is cosmic energy. To see two snakes twisting in a dream is associated with healing. If we look at the symbolic meaning the two snakes twisting is similar to the Roman staff of Mercury that creates a healing symbol - used by doctors throughout the world. In the Hindus tradition the snake represents a force of life known as the kundalini which lays at the base of the human spine. In this tradition, the snake energy provides mental illness or spiritual development. If we look at the occult meaning of the snake the Greek goddess Hecate and Artemis carry snakes. What does this mean? It represents a female power in life. The creature has both male and female aspects. Consequently, in the dream state the snake is associated with female power. Many old dream dictionaries foretell that snake symbol is associated with deceit. In the Indian tradition typically the Badaga dreaming of snakes represents a new threat in the home. In Mexico the snake dream is connected to quarrels, feeling trapped, wealth and also money. The snake dream is also connected to shamanic power and a sign that the dreamer is strong. A famous theory of the snake by Sigmund Freud is that the snake represents the male reproductive organ.

The snake can represent different advice depending on the details of the dream itself. As we have already outlined the snake is representative of our life-cycle in the world. The snake itself can be a symbolism of life and death and is connected to how we are perceived by others. Many occult writings the snake itself is a symbolism of energy, the energy and life force of life itself.

  

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