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Native American

Natural wisdom; self acceptance and wisdom based on this awareness of ones links with the world and the intuition or wisdom of the irrational or unconscious. It can represent realisation of tribal wisdom and the link with intuitive initiations into stages of growth and entrance into the house of the ancestors. For some people it links with feelings of being dispossessed.

If you live in America, you may have all the above associations of being touch in with nature, but some people dream of being attacked and threatened. And this is probably an expression of meeting the alien in you, or a fear of strangers. The Indian can also be a guide and a wise person. See See alien - Reaction to the unconscious

Example: Dreamt that a young modern Red Indian was talking to me while walking in London. He said he would show me one of the secret nerve blocks used by the shamans. He pressed quickly the right side of my throat and tapped my forehead. Then he walked backwards away from me a few paces, and he appeared to shrink in size and diminish in age. I immediately thought this must have been the physiological method used in their magic. I seemed to remember having been shown it before by another Red Indian. He didn’t have to walk away, but looked young and small anyway. To end the effect, the Indian tapped the base of my neck in the thyroid area, and tapped my buttocks.

 

Useful questions are:

What are my feelings about the Indian or being an Indian?

What am I gaining or getting from the Indian?

See The Iroquoian Dream CultNative American BeliefsSecrets of Power DreamingBeing the Person or Thing - Spirit Child

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-Shannon George 2014-12-09 23:44:22

From what I remember: It started out (nighttime) where I was with certain family members (that I am estranged from). I had to go do something that they wanted me to do, and as I walked down the path I realized I was walking on top of graves…like how they are in New Orleans…stacked and with handles…but flat…like it was the path…and towards the end there was a man in front of me who made me uneasy. He climbed down the side of the path…which was rocky…and walked towards two men, who all walked off; there was a body of water that direction. I had to climb down next, and there was a long-haired figure in the shadows to my right. I started becoming uneasy so went to climb back up, becoming aware that I was in a dress and so more vulnerable. The shadow-man just stood there staring at me. Half-way up I yelled “rape,” because that was what I feared. I was now out of body, and saw my family run towards me. Suddenly, I was at the top covered in blankets. I told them that nothing happened…and then the dream ended on its own.

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    -Shannon George 2014-12-09 23:45:43

    I FORGOT TO MENTION: When I woke up, I felt very strongly that the shadow figure was Native American.

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-Toni A. Ostroskie 2014-12-29 22:18:40

In short, on a trip stopped in an old hotel where an indian family was staying in the last room and I encountered a Indian family whose 8 yr. old son was quietly possessed (we stared straight into each others eyes) or had psychic abilities (as I do) and the boy showed me three odd men outside the side window of their room (one man as a flying bird, a man walking backwards and a MMA fighter), the grandfather entered and asked me, “what did I think?” I answered after encountering the boys deep gaze into my eyes that he was gathering strength, they weren’t safe and that they needed to contact an authentic Shaman/witch to rid him of this demon, and then told them I wasn’t safe, but that I could handle it and then woke up. Im thinking of taking a trip to Oklahoma to the Indian reservation someday…Blessings & thank you xx

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-jessica 2014-12-31 5:05:53

When I was a young girl I still remember til this day this dream. I was about 5 years old maybe younger, but I didn’t even know what this dream was or the significance of the symbol in the dream but I dreamt of the Kokopelli man. He played his flute and I still remember the sounds to a tee. It was very short about 2 measures long but I remember it note for note. I can’t find out what it means on any other dean sites. Would anyone know what it could pertain to me?

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    -Tony Crisp 2015-01-01 10:05:28

    Jassica – The Kokopelli man is one of those symbolic figures that have little or no power in the waking world, but are very powerful in your inner world.

    He represent the ability to have children easily and also to be in touch with your intuition and have many gifts. So feel blessed.

    Tony

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-Dannie 2015-01-16 5:21:41

Ok, I need help. I have had this really powerful dream a few years back happen to me. And I feel it was more then just a dream. It went like this.
Yrs ago when I was a young girl, 13 or so. I was sexually assaulted by my school principal. It affected me and still does terribly. But I had had a dream… Where I was in my principals van. I can feel my fear.. As we are driving along.. We drive into to clearing with a brush line around it. When I see this native woman.. Late 20′s in buckskin and tinkle dress. She was holding out a feather upright in front of her. And she was dancing. Just a gentle little two beat hop. And as I sit there looking out at her, our eyes lock. We stare into each others eyes.. Her eyes are powerful, they say into me..spoke to me.. Then she deliberately nods at me. And I remember feeling her warmth. I felt “she was there”. And we drove past her… And I went somewhere. With him. I awoke just then. Feeling everything all at once. I felt I received a message. But I don’t understand. I want to know what it means. I know what I felt. But the nod? The eagle feather? The dress? Why? Why did she literally look right into my soul.. And I feel her there. I still do. I wish she would come again. That dream has affected me to this day. It still chokes me up and I get all tingly. It’s strong. And I have this yearning to know. And ask her. This wasn’t anything like I had ever expected.

I don’t know if anyone can help me. Or if anyone has a clue what this all symbolizes. But I hope someone can.

Thankyou, muchly
Appreciated..

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-lesher Tellia 2015-01-24 16:13:14

dream of another person coming to take someone else to their time die but dress in white garment like a funeral

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-Sierraa 2015-02-11 23:19:28

I had a dream twice, the same one of an indian man in room that was on fire. I walked into the room to see him sitting in a circle of fire scalping a babies head. This was the strangest dream ive had. It also occurred at a younger age

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-Taylor Dismukes 2015-03-17 4:26:13

Okay, the other night I had the weirdest dream that I was in a full native American outfit running beside another young man who for some reason I just knew it was my great great great grandpa who I know was full blooded Indian and obviously, I had never met him, or seen a picture or painting of him. Anyways, we were running, and he smiled and said something I didn’t understand then disappeared, and I blinked and then I was riding a beautiful pinto horse and we had a big wolf running beside us, and then I looked up and there was an eagle and crow fighting each other while in flight keeping up with me. We were running towards a huge pile of rocks, and when we got there it was clear in the center of the rocks with just a small campfire and my great great great grandpa who was running with me before sitting there. He handed me a pipe which was engraved to look like a bear and that’s when I woke up. ANY ideas about what this dream means?Lol

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-Shawna 2015-03-18 16:38:06

I had a very strange dream last night and it has me total confused. I hope someone could please explain it to me.
In the dream it started out that I was in a library or somewhere looking for a medical book. Next thing I know this hand goes over my mouth and everything goes blank, next thing I’m in this huge wigwam surrounded by many indians; male & female. I’m walking around and I spot this male Indian covered in white paint and he then turns into a white stallion. I continue to walk around and all the male Indians are dressed in different outfits. These 2 female indians esort me to this one particular male Indian and he asks me if I’ve eaten. I told him no and he gave me something to eat. I then notice some Indian drawings on 1 wall of the wigwam and ask what it meant. They tell me that it represents the great Indian who hunts deer. Then they show me with their hands the symbol that represents a doe and we all start walking in a large circle doing the symbol while this big strong male indian was standing on top of a table.
after the dream I woke up feeling as if I were still in the dream. Can someone please explain this to me.

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    -Shawna 2015-03-18 16:45:28

    I forgot to mention that when I awoke and found myself in this wigwam I was fully dresses in a Indian dress, also the symbol they showed me for the doe was holding the right handin front of the left holding up the index finger and the index and middle finger on the left hand and bouncing the 2 hands together while we walked.
    I hope someone can explain this to me.

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    -Tony Crisp 2015-03-19 9:59:23

    Shawna – The American Indian dress either means you have some of their blood in your family. (My eldest son has a son born in the UK and his wife is from Ireland. My son had his boy’s DNA tested, and found he had 5% American Indian in his make up. It seems possible a past relative went to the US and had a child with a Native American.) Or you have taken in teachings or feelings about their culture.

    The right hand in front of the left hand with the fingers placed the way they are is a sign of a woman and man having sex. It could mean what I said above – you have native blood in you – or this is a guess, you will mate with a Native American – unless it is you who are the person with a high percentage of native blood.

    The great Indian who hunts deer – a doe – is another indication of a male finding a female.

    Tony

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      -Shawna 2015-03-19 13:42:17

      Thank you Tony. I do have native American blood in me. What does the Indian painted in all white them turns into a white stallion mean? Also something happened to me that has never happened before, when I laid down for a couple of hours. I feel asleep and this same dream picked up where it left off. The Indian gentleman that was on top of the table in the wigwam as we walked around made eye contact with me, held out his left hand and pulled me into the table with him and started dancing around me. Can you explain this for me?

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      -Shawna 2015-03-19 13:43:33

      Thank you Tony. I do have native American blood in me. What does the Indian painted in all white then turns into a white stallion mean? Also something happened to me that has never happened before, when I laid down for a couple of hours. I feel asleep and this same dream picked up where it left off. The Indian gentleman that was on top of the table in the wigwam as we walked around made eye contact with me, held out his left hand and pulled me into the table with him and started dancing around me. Can you explain this for me?

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-derek stokes 2015-03-19 22:40:34

I dreampt i was sick and preparing for death.when I was confronted by a indian shama he wore black and white and had a eagles beak on his head ,he also had a small wand with a circle on top.he was also accompanied by 7 other indians in the background chanting and dancing.he wraped me in silver alfoil so i looked like a mummy and started dancing i danced also till i became exhausted and dropped to the ground in the fetal posistion.He then started to cut away a cocoon that was around my body it resembled coloured tinsel ,then proceeded to cut me out of my wrapings ,i was cooked my skin was deap orange and i was very skinny.he then wispered in my ear now you must eat.

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