Son carrying a koala I dreamed that my son carried a dirty koala and an otter was nearby as well while he was trying to enter our old house when I was young. I shouted at him to get away but my son got angry and tried to scare me with weird make-faces instead. The dirty koala and the otter that were seen with your son in the vision could reveal that your hopes and desires related to his upbringing would not come true. Perhaps he is not interested in following the path you desire for him, or maybe he is involved with certain individuals who are tempting him towards bad behavior. Your old house refers to your subconscious wish to go back to a simpler time, perhaps when your son was smaller. Your son's anger and attempts to scare you, then, represent his rebelliousness, while the weird faces you saw can be interpreted as a sign that you know this is all a phase and not serious.
A rusty needle in dog's fur I dreamed I found a rusty needle in the fur of my dog. I handed it to my granddaughter, we were in Walmart. I was lying on a bench in the store, an employee was putting things on a shelve up high. There was no ladder for her, the owner of the store came in and laid on a bench. He seemed to not care there was no ladder or way down for her. He was very not interested. I rubbed the dog, and found plastic stitches on his belly, they were sharp, but just stitches, not sure about the rusty needle. Finding a rusty needle in the fur of your dog may reveal an upcoming loss that would bring you great sadness. Your position laying on the bench inside a large store could mean this is related to finances. For example, you may be spending more money than you are bringing in or your investments are not returning what you expected. In either case, the manager's lack of interest in his employee could reflect your own feelings that those around you are not interested in or caring for you as you would like. The plastic stitches you later found on the dogs body could then represent achieving financial recovery but still being bothered that your friends and family abandoned you in your time of need. You may want to find an opportunity to discuss this with your closest family members so they can understand your point of view better.
Being chased and bitten by a doe Just wanted to know what it means to dream of a doe with no eyes and a spotted blackish face that comes running at me an gets past my boyfriend whom I can't see saying "Oh no, here it comes there's no escape this time". And having the doe come crashing through a window at me and bites my arm with its teeth that are extended from its flesh, looking like just its skull and teeth from the mouth. I'm frozen in position but brace and fight the doe when it bites my arm. Then I wake up. The symbol of a doe in your dream represents the start of a very productive period of your life. It can also indicate your mental and physical preparation for possible motherhood as this animal symbolizes a caring mother. The doe having no eyes indicates spiritual blindness or insensitivity, which can be interpreted as you being confused about making an important decision. The scene containing the image of your boyfriend means you feel that your boyfriend is not ready for taking part in this new path with you, or he is trying to escape from taking responsibility. Seeing the doe biting your arm depicts your fear of being forced to do something you are not sure about or obligating someone to take a burden on his or her shoulders. Being frozen shows your perplexity about the next step because you feel that this step will have a crucial effect on the rest of your life.
Killing kittens Three orange kittens and I killed the two by strangling. Seeing kittens in a dream vision predicts some unfavorable events coming up in your life, however, the colors of these animals can change the picture entirely. Orange colors bear positive meanings such as freshness, productivity, and brightness. The number of three is very symbolic, which means trinity, spiritual enlightenment, and creativity. The vision of three orange kittens together foretells an imminent productive period where you will be filled with creative energy. However, killing two of them means you are struggling with recognizing your outstanding ability, and you often suppress them due to some adverse circumstances in your surroundings.
Seeing a racoon I dreamed of seeing an old ironing board, I think it was being folded up and put away. Also, a racoon came to me in my dreams, not sure of anything else, except there was a racoon, don't think anything happened, he was just there. The ironing board represents your yearning for excitement. You want less routine and more spontaneous moments at this point in your life. You could also be looking for a partner to share an adventure. Unfortunately, a dishonest and malicious person could take advantage of your desires. This untrustworthy person is represented by the presence of the raccoon which is a symbol of trickery and deviousness. Do not allow your emotions to cloud your judgment because this could easily be abused by an opportunistic individual.
Trying to kill a racoon In real life, I'm a 17 year old bi girl from the bay, I dreamed I was a 17 yr old blonde gay boy who lived in the shitty suburbs in the south. His grandma (or my grandma from his perspective) is telling me I need to kill her raccoon. She's yelling at me to kill it, but I don't want to. It jumps at me, hissing and scratching, it's terrifying but I can't bring myself to kill it. I hold it off long enough to look out the window and watch myself from the past coming home to find out my dad is dead. Perceiving that you are someone different in a dream generally suggests that you are experiencing remorse. When you changed your gender in the vision, it implies you have made a choice you are unhappy about. You would like to go back in the past to have another chance to make a decision again. The other predominant symbol in your dream is the raccoon. It means you have someone in your life who does not share a piece of essential information with you. The vision of your grandmother wanting you to kill the raccoon refers to a dilemma you are struggling with recently. All these symbols combined indicate your difficulties in overcoming challenges related to your identity and your constant thinking about how to improve this situation.
A jackal trying to get inside the house Jackal trying to break in through glass sliding door, ripping it apart and then me looking out of the house as everywhere was flooded, trucks washing away. Envisioning a jackal trying to break through a glass door can be interpreted as a sign that one of your friends is actually attempting to betray you. They may be breaking your trust by sharing secrets or tricking you into believing something. While this could put you in a difficult situation, the flood that you saw outside alludes to tranquility and peace of mind. You may be able to overcome this challenge and possibly become stronger because of it.
A skeleton of a whale It's my son's dream. He and his ex girlfriend were standing at the end of a pier and a skeleton of a whale jumped out of the water and swallowed them both up. The bones broke apart and he escaped. I don't know what happened to her. Envisioning a whale in a dream usually points to a big responsibility weighing down on the dreamer. It is possible that your son has been undertaking a massive project that he is not strong enough to handle at the moment, and it leads to second thoughts. Alternatively, it can mean that he has been suffering from relationship problems that generate an enormous burden for him. Considering that your son was with his ex-girlfriend, the second explanation may be more appropriate. The symbol of a skeleton of a whale has implications of possible cheating, barriers while achieving goals or a desperate need for recognition. So, the successful escape is a hint for him to be more careful with his life choices and a little more realistic and humble.
Saving a white tiger I saw that our neighbor had captured a white tiger and was chaining it to a metal stand beside a horse. It pained me to see the tiger like that so I secretly went to my neighbor's house and help the white tiger to escape. I then went to another room to see if it came towards that room or ran away and I was planning on petting it if it came back. But when it came back, it attacked me so I had to kill it with a huge knife by stabbing it on the white tiger's head. White tigers tend to represent passive or indifferent behavior. In many cases, it means you have made a habit of pleasing other people rather than advocating for your own wants and needs. This is likely because you fear conflict or opposition. Unchaining the tiger could reveal that you are on the verge of speaking out, possibly about something that is bothering you in reality. Your desire to wait and see what the tiger does, however, is in direct opposition to this, as it suggests you are not quite ready to act. Envisioning being attacked by the tiger is the manifestation of your ultimate fears of loneliness and rejection. Killing the tiger, then, means you have the power to overcome this fear and finally assert yourself.
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