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Dragon - dream meaning

Material Aspects

The dragon can be quite a complex image to experience in a dream.

A dragon is both fearsome and able to be tamed; it is often an indication of our wild nature. Our own wild notions and beliefs need to be met with understanding, and a dream can offer this by giving context to our wild passions.

Emotional/psychological perspective

There is a hero in all of us – the part that fights against our weaknesses in order to get to the core of our being. Dreaming of a dragon allows us the opportunity to engage in the fight.

Chinese interpretation

If you dream about a dragon in a doorway, this is a sign that your life will be prosperous and auspicious.

If a dragon and a snake go into your house, it is symbolic of money entering your pocket.

Ordinary meaning

Whatever you dream about a dragon, is a good indication of your own attitude regarding them.

The British saw dragons as dangerous, whilst the Chinese saw them as a sign of good luck.

This is why it’s important for the dreamer to be able to remember the exact situation present in his dream.

If you dream of a dragon in darkness, it’s an indication of your own weaknesses, or the beast within you. But, if your dream had a positive tone, then it can also indicate that something beautiful is about to happen. The dragon is also a sign of authority, originally representing the serpent Tiamat, who was the goddess of chaos and darkness. If you dream that you have been victorious in a battle against the dragon, it is a sign that you are in charge of your own future.

Komodo Dragons

Dreaming about a komodo dragon indicates that you are feeling a debilitating fear. You may feel permanently controlled or humiliated; you may fear the inevitable consequences of your own actions; you may fear death, either physically or spiritually. This can also be an indication that you feel trapped or stuck somewhere you can’t bear to be.  

Example: A woman’s dream showed her launching an attack on a a komodo dragon. The reality was that she was overly protective when it came to her son, who was 4 years old. The dream may have been a symbol of the fear she felt about something terrible happening to her four year old.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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