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It is usually depicting the fight or flight instinct. It is also an image connected with the force, purpose or energy behind that power of growth and unfolding. It is the force of life, the latent energy or potential within us. It leads us both to growth and death, along with the passionate emotions and urges that drive us so powerfully. The ancient civilisation of the South Americas, saw the snake as a messenger of the gods. And it can be if we relate to it well, because it represents the force of Life in us – surely worth listening to!

The snake can bite you, and its venom may flow throughout your being and kill you. Most of us are very frightened of this. The reason being that the venom will take away your personal sense of self – it faces you with the death of yourself. It melts the boundary of egoic self-interest, and personal connections with family and children, with choices in action. It replaces the personal interests and fears with a self that is part of the one great life. So the fear of the snake is not because its venom is deadly, but because it transforms. It turns you into a being who is part of the whole. It robs one of the artificial walls placed between self and the collective pool of life consciousness.

The snake depicts this force, purpose or energy behind that power of growth and unfolding. It is the force of life, the latent energy or potential within us. It leads us both to growth and death, along with the passionate emotions and urges that drive us so powerfully. That energy, like electricity in a house, can be heat, power, sound or vision, and lies behind all our functions. So in some dreams the snake represents our sexuality; in others the rising of that energy up our body to express as digestion – the intestinal snake – or as the creative or poisonous energy of our emotions and thoughts, even disease. In the throat it becomes the destructive or constructive speech and language – expressed or repressed feelings and speech. In the head it becomes thinking, perception and higher cognition.

The ancient civilisation of the South Americas, saw the snake as a messenger of the gods. And it can be if we relate to it well, because it represents the force of Life in us – surely worth listening to!

The snake can represent many different things, but usually the energy that expresses as our life processes. If we think of a person’s life from conception to death, we see a flowing moving event, similar in many ways to the speeded-up films of a seed growing into a plant, flowering and dying. The snake depicts the force, purpose or energy behind that movement. It is the force of life, the latent energy or potential within us – that leads us both to growth and death, along with the passionate emotions and urges that drive us so powerfully

In the destructive aspect the snake represents the poisonous thoughts and emotions that can destroy you. We tend to depict this facet of the snake as biting or attacking us, even though we have ourselves given rise to such poisonous emotions as hate and guilt. Because our thinking and emotions are an expression of our life energy, you are capable of directing the creative force of life toward self destruction. As an example of this, a dreamer exploring her snake dream saw that it represented her flight or fight instincts. This linked with her aggressive and protective feelings in connection with the way men had acted with her. The problem was that the snake was in a poisonous, strangling and killing mode. This, she realised, showed how she had withheld, strangled, her anger about what had happened, and that anger was turned inward, poisoning or strangling her flow of full life.

The opposite is also true. The power of life and death can be directed creatively. Then the snake is seen in its healing role in dreams, and in ancient times was shown in the form of the staff with two snakes coiling up it – caduceus – still used today as a symbol of the medical profession. See: energysex dreams.

Example: Dreamt I was on the side of a very steep hill. So steep I could only just hold on. It was very rounded and grassy. I was near the top clinging to the grass. There seemed to be many snakes, lizards and needs, about. Occasionally one would leap at me and bounce of my coat. I took care to keep my hands covered. There was a woman, who seemed to be something like a secretary, who was advising me. I was then in a wood. There seemed to be a lot of apprehension and fear. Some robbers had stolen my pony. The fear went when I realised that there was no need to walk through a swampy area of the wood. Only the robbers, or rough types knew the way through. I turned to the right out of the wood.

In exploring his dream this is what he received – The dream shows you bringing your love to the crown. The dream was the way of sorting out your problems over sinking or rising. You can reach the highest either way. Sinking is the way of letting go. This was represented by the swamp. The way of bringing love to the crown is the way of rising. The hill represents your present situation. The clinging means you try too hard. There is no need to bring so much effort. The snakes represents your lower powers trying to break into consciousness. These must be directed to the crown. These are the forces which help you break through. They stimulate you to rise. The woman is love giving you advice. Love will direct your efforts. The part where you walk through the wood means you look for life through delving within. The swamp is swamping my consciousness. Your consciousness must live, not drown, in the deep waters of life. This can be achieved only by bringing unification to those urges seen as the brigands. These and the snakes are much the same. Your soul must live without division. When the soul brings union within itself, so it achieved union in the whole. This way is a way of love.

It doesn’t matter that your dream snake bites you – after all it is an aspect of you, and the only poison you will meet is the poisonous emotions you have been injecting into yourself – and they need to be felt to clear them out. See Our Reptilian Brain

The snake can shed its skin, and so symbolises self transcendence, rebirth.

The alchemists put a gold crown on its head, symbolising expanded or spiritual consciousness arising from the same energy as sexuality. Often a diadem, gem, or light is at its brow symbolising the possibility of expanded consciousness, or awareness of the eternal nature, and life in eternity. Christ is sometimes depicted as a crucified serpent, suggesting the mystery of Life nailed to physical awareness of the senses. See: Reptile.

Example: I just woke up from a bad dream. I saw that I was in a car without a driver and I was sitting on a snake which I could not see but only slightly feel under me. I was afraid that the snake might bite me because of the bumps during the car drive. And then it does bite me. It was painless but I felt blood oozing out of my tummy. Then suddenly I saw a stranger in the driver’s seat who was a lady whom I don’t know. And I am just praying her to drive me to the hospital and she refuses to drive. I was spooked big time and I am on the internet now. Came across your website. I hope I can find an answer. Please help me.

The snake is your dream snake and should not be confuse with an actual snake. It is your basic energy, like electricity in your house, and as such can be expressed in any number of ways. This links with the car, another form of energy, expressed as a way of getting where you want. But the snake energy you are sitting on, not knowing how to direct it, yet you can feel it wriggling at the base of your trunk. You are scared of what this energy will express as if you allow it, but sitting on it is not good, because your thoughts and feelings, your imagination are the way we direct this energy. And what did you do, you felt fear it would bite you, and that is where you directed it. Fortunately you were not scared enough to direct it to inject you with the poison of your own fear. But it did cause an energy leak that you realised you needed help with.

The Hebrew word for the serpent in the Garden of Eden is Nahash. And to be understood we have to understand that Hebrew is a sign language, one that each letter of the alphabet had a particular meaning. And there  is no indication in the ancient  Hebrew that this was a snake. It has been translated as snake because the  original meaning was lost. It can be seen as a divine force that expressed in seven levels or ways – so much like the ancient symbol as it was understood by older  cultures. For full explanation see Hebrew Translation.

 

Example: A dream told me by a woman I met in Mexico. She said that she dreamt a large snake was crawling up the bed and then bit her on her left breast. She said she then tried to suck out the poison.In the destructive aspect the snake represents the poisonous thoughts and emotions that can destroy us. We tend to depict this snake biting or attacking us, even though we have ourselves given rise to such poisonous emotions as hate and guilt. Because our life energy flows into thinking and emotions, we are in this way directing the creative force of life. Directing it negatively has the power to bring illness and death, for we are dealing with the power of life and death itself.

I asked her to explore the dream by imaging herself as the snake, feeling it biting her. The result was that a story unfolded. She had felt, rightly or wrongly, that her husband had been unfaithful, and she had felt bitter and revengeful. But instead of expressing those feelings they had turned inwards and poisoned her, leaving her depressed. So the snake was an image of her poison biting her and poisoning her life. So do not be afraid of a snake biting you. It is not dangerous. The dangerous part is avoiding the bite, because the poison stays in you unmet.

The opposite is also true. The power of life and death can be directed creatively. Then the snake is seen in its healing role in dreams, and in ancient times was shown in the form of the staff with two snakes coiling up it – caduceus – still used today as a symbol of the medical profession.

Example: ‘A small snake about a foot long had dropped down my shirt neck. I could feel it on the left side of my neck. Fearing it was poisonous and might bite me I moved very slowly. At one point I put my head on the ground, hoping the snake would wish to crawl away. It did not. Then I was near an elephant I loved, and hoped it would remove the snake. It did not. Even as I slept I felt the snake was an expression of the attitude of not sharing myself with anybody except family.’ David T.

For months prior to the above dream David had experienced a great deal of neck pain. After discussing the dream with his wife, and realising much of his thinking and feeling was in-turned, the pain disappeared. So the snake was both ‘poisoner’ and ‘healer’ representing the power of David’s negative and introverted emotions and thoughts on his body. This may be why snakes are used as a symbol of the medical profession.

Example: ‘I was in a huge cathedral, the mother church. I wanted to go to the toilet/gents. As I held my penis to urinate it became a snake and reached down to the urinal to drink. It was thirsty. I struggled with it, pulling it away from the unclean liquid. Still holding it I walked to a basin and gave it pure water to drink.’ Bill A.

Here the connection between snake and sexuality is obvious. But the snake is not just Bill’s penis. It is the direction his sexual urges take him that he is struggling with. Out of his sense of love and connection with Life – the cathedral – he wants to lift his drive toward something that will not leave him with a sense of uncleanness. In this sense a snake might be something one wrestled with, depicting the wrestle one has with inner drives and hungers, especially sexuality or anger. The Mother Church was a form of initiation into a much wider view of spiritual beliefs. It came about because his sexual drive was directed more upwards rather than out of his genitals.

Example: “Tony taught me a process in which a dream could be interpreted and understood by assuming that everything, people and objects alike, in a dream represented aspects of the Self. Sitting cross-legged on the squishy, old-fashioned sofa in the living room of my sadhu’s cave opposite Tony, I’d close my eyes and mentally return to a dream I had the previous night.

So if I dreamt about a tree, I would ‘become’ the tree, assume its personality and respond from its viewpoint. He’d ask ‘So what kind of tree are you? Are you big or small, old or young? What do you look like? Where are you growing? Why are you in Tiziana’s dream?’  This sounded like a silly exercise at first, but I was soon enough convinced of its validity.

Other dreams taught me about my psychological and emotional processes, such as in one dream, in which I was in a dark forest with a female friend. We hid behind a felled tree. From our path towards the left, we saw a big black snake approaching. It was absolutely enormous and had no head. We were exhilarated and scared. Next, a badger walked past. Then, to our wonder, a gang of wolves came by. In my consequent interpretation I saw that the headless snake stood for `my sexuality and my often ‘headless’, raw desires. The badger signified my illusions that needed to be ‘killed’ and transformed by the pack of wolves, who represented my growth and evolution. Although painful, my intuition – symbolized by the female friend – knew that I had to go through the fear and ‘be killed’ in order to grow.

Overall, together with the practice of LifeStream the dream work helped me to retrieve and untangle many clues and memories that were buried deep in my unconscious.” See http://dreamhawk.com/approaches-to-being/lifes-little-secrets/

The Africans believed the dream of a snake round the leg signified slavery, while the dream of a dragon round the body is a symbol of bondage in Artemidorus.

A crowned or light encircled snake: When our blind impulses our instinctive or unconscious urges and functions are in some measure integrated with our conscious will and insight, this is seen as the crowned snake or even winged snake. It shows real self awareness and maturity.

Unfortunately, as Jung points out in Man and His Symbols, people in modern society, whether black, yellow, brown or white, have lost their sense of nature and the cosmos as being anything other than processes without consciousness or living feeling. Jung says, ‘No river contains a spirit, no tree is the life principle of a man, no snake the embodiment of wisdom…No voice now speaks to man from stones, plants, and animals, nor does he speak to them believing they can hear.’

In coils of snake: Feeling bound in the blind impulses or habitual drives and feeling responses. Instincts and habits can be redirected, as illustrated by Hercules labours.

Sitting on snake: Mastery of the instinctive nature and transformation and the making conscious of the wisdom and power resident in the unconscious.

Snake biting you: Unconscious worries about our health, frustrated sexual impulse, our emotions turned against ourselves as when internalised aggression poisons us causing very real illness, so may be shown as the biting snake. It may also suggest an influence in ones life – the venom – that takes away ones identity and perhaps opens one to a life beyond self, the spirit.

Example: I realised as I explored my dream of being bitten by the snake I had thought about this a lot already and that losing ones identity meant in this case not being tied to ones family so rigidly, no longer relating to people as if from a single fixed gender, also there is the possibility of getting insight into the person you are meeting more fully, because the artificial barriers of gender, family ties, nationality and creed have been dropped. These barriers prevent us from actually knowing each other very fully in everyday life, and are operative in most of us without our realising it.

As I think about this I wonder whether this is part of the way we create identity. It appears to be made from many sources. For instance the family physical – DNA – inheritance plays a very great part, as does the information of behaviour repertoire handed to us when young. The cultural patterning given with language shapes our mind, and the chemical importance is also being seen lately. All of these produce the person we call I. Yet the ‘I’ is capable of being radically shifted, simply by taking a drug or medicine. This often reshapes the way we see ourselves, so an evolution in the process of identity building has occurred. Identity in the end is not a set of beliefs or behaviours. The I is not limited to these. See Programmed

So as I faced this part of the session I wondered what I would be saying goodbye to if I allowed myself to be bitten by the serpent and its poison transform me. I felt that although I would lose my old connection with my family I would bring them a lot more than in the past because my being would itself be much larger and connected. I saw this as if I were living in a courtyard, and that courtyard was my family life, my work life, and was made up of my sympathetic connections with my children and the powerful bonds that led me to favour them over others. If these bonds dissolved they would no longer be favoured above others out of the same powerful ties. The ties would dissolve, but of course they would still be people I had a lot of connections with because of friendship and common goals, etc. So I would relate to them out of something other than family feelings. We would be drawn together or pushed apart out of the same influences that attracted or repulsed in general.

I felt then that I did want to be bitten by the snake. I trusted the larger life. I want my life to have connections with it and my actions to flow out of these wider connections.

At one point it was like being shown something. On my computer I have a small program to do my accounts on. I take a lot of time putting information into this program to keep my accounts straight. It was as if the wider life said to me, “You don’t need to all the time look after your own affairs in this individual way. There is a wider life in which the ‘accounts’ program is built-in. Every action you do, every interaction is recorded automatically, and so you no longer need a personal piece of software”.

Snake biting others: Biting remarks; a poisonous tongue; emotional energy turned against oneself or someone else.

Snake coiling up tree, pole, cross: The blind instinctive forces of life emerging into conscious experience – in other words the essence of human experience with its involvement in pain, pleasure, time and eternity; the process of personal growth or evolution; healing because personal growth often moves us beyond old attitudes or situations that led to inner tension or even sickness.

Snake coiled around you crushing you: The way you are caught up and constricted in your own or other peoples emotions. Being crushed by emotions, fears; struggling with powerful emotions and urges.

Snake ColoursGreen: Our internal life process directed – perhaps through satisfied feelings, love and creativity – into a healing process or one that leads to our personal growth and positive change. White: Eternal aspect of our life process, or becoming conscious of it. Blue: Religious feelings or coldness in relations.

Snake in connection with any hole: Sexual relatedness.

Snake in the grass: Sense or intuition of talk behind your back; danger; sneakiness.

Snake with tail in its mouth: Sense of the circle of life – birth, growth, reproduction, ageing, death, rebirth; the eternal.

Useful questions and hints:

What is happening with my dream snake, and what is the significance to me personally?

What does this indicate about the way I am direction my life energy?

Is this depicting my life energy expressing some positive potential or healing

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-Shane Justice 2014-08-09 14:52:43

I sincerely hope you read this and are able to comment. I dreamt that I went to my girlfriend’s house, and as soon as I walked in the door I saw a 3 ft black snake slither into the darkness. I got into bed with her and told her about it. She asked me to go look for it and get rid of it, but I told her I was certain I’d imagined it as I didn’t want to go looking for it in the darkness and I didn’t feel afraid of it.

Her dad then came downstairs and told us he was going to sleep and we had to leave; so we went upstairs. Her mom was lying in the floor on some blankets, and we lay down a little ways away from her. Her brother came in (she doesn’t have a brother, but I knew that’s who he was) and told us someone was outside. We got up and there were 4 men in a white car.

I knew them in the dream, but none of them were people I actually know. One of them got out of the back seat and went inside with a backpack. We stayed outside chatting and smoking with the other three until the fourth came back. I then asked him if he might want to buy my BOSE surround (something I’m actually trying to sell). He said he would and I told him he could have it for $400 and I could take half in weed. He pulled out a bag, holding several smaller bags, which in turn held several smaller bags with weed. Each of the smallest bags had a tie around it; listing the name and price of the weed in that bag. I picked some out, he gave me $200 and we went back inside.

The two of us, and the rest of her family, stood in the doorway to a porch and watched them leave, holding the door open. I looked at my feet (she and I were in the foyer), and saw a black snake moving toward the door. This time the snake was only about 4-6 inches long. I nudged my girlfriend and pointed out the snake to her. She smiled and the snake left the house.

Any insight on this? I wasn’t sure how to feel when I woke up, and I’ve never been into dream interpretation at all, but this felt very significant.

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-Kamal 2014-08-18 16:35:50

I have seen the snake male and female having sex, what is the meaning

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-Melanie Ruth 2014-08-19 20:14:34

I had a dream that I was walking with people behind me and suddenly a snake with mouth wide open and fangs viociously ready to bite sprung infront from my right side to the far left side. I thought it landed and that was it. But it sprung up again still with fangs and mouth viciously open towards me and the group. In an attempt to duck from the snake and protect myself and the people behind me, I just went ahead and grabbed the snake just below the head trying to squeeze it and kill it. The head turned and digged his fangs on my hand. It bit me, but my initial thoughts were, I wasn’t afraid because there are modern medicines to cure the venom. I worked on squeezing the neck trying to kill it. I was successful in digging my fingers hard enough to expose the snake’s flesh. I woke up thinking that I either killed it or inflicted so much harm on it that it will not be as dangerous.
My thoughts in my dream is to protect my self and the other people with me that’s the reason why I fought the snake.

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-Jojo Sev 2014-09-02 11:00:54

Well reading this it helped just a bit with a dream I recently had. One things for sire was that this dream was full of snakes. And when I mean full I mean a bunch of then hidden in the grass, hanging from the trees. One of them even bit me but I somehow new it wasn’t poisonous. But the fact that there was so many was what terrified me because I knew they were blocking my path to where I needed to go. For there was a loved one that I knew was on the other side. There had also been two men there that were leading the way but because of the sight of snakes I couldn’t bring myself to go through that path when all sizes, colors, and types of snakes were there just waiting for me.

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-Michelle 2014-09-24 16:01:23

My dream is that I was walking up to the porch of a house and saw a snake skin on the steps, but then it turned into a live snake, light brown in color, and as I was backing away it struck out and bit me on the inside of my lower left leg. I’ve tried looking up interpretation, but still can’t really figure out what this means. I woke up immediately grabbing my leg, and crying out a little, but wasn’t as frightened as I would think I should have been.

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    -Tony Crisp 2014-09-29 6:26:52

    Michelle – No, you were right not to be frightened of the snake. Your fear was because like most of us we confuse a dream image that can do us no harm with a real snake. See http://dreamhawk.com/approaches-to-being/questions-2/#Summing

    You back away because for many people a snake it is a sign of death. True, but it is a sign of death of your old self and the birth of a new you, one not afraid of death as you obviously are.

    Tony

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-Sharn 2014-10-13 8:04:45

I dreamt I was in a white bedroom, on a bed and I looked down and saw a huge sea blue snake wrapped around my legs, keeping me trapped. I could not move my legs at all. The snake did not harm me but kept me from moving. Can you tell me what this means please?

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    -Tony Crisp 2014-10-20 7:47:43

    Sharn – There are two powers working in us, your conscious will and the unconscious or Life will. The first you know because it allows you to move you body. The Life will is what keeps your heat beating and all the other life functions. But most of us think that is all it does, keeping us alive like an automatic function a sort of mindless machine. But we are mistaken. See http://dreamhawk.com/approaches-to-being/lifes-little-secrets/

    While we dream our voluntary muscles are paralysed so our Life will takes over and does all the movements we dream about. But a part of our brain blocks the movement from becoming physical, as explained in Little Secrets. See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/sleep-paralysis/

    So I feel that your snake was an expression of the Life will – a truly wonderful power if you can harness it. I think you were partly lucid to dream such a thing, or where being moved toward lucidity.

    It might help if you imagine the snake unfolding from your legs and rising up your spine to the top of the head where the snake rising up meets the bird descending. You will perhaps need to do it several times. It is a way of balancing and releasing your inner energies from being blocked in you. See – http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/secrets-power-dreaming/

    Tony

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-Kim 2014-10-17 10:34:12

I’m looking for insight on my dream. Last night I woke up from a dream where I was watching someone’s pet lizard go to the garden and watch other smaller wild lizards.it was watching The smaller wild lizards and started to try and eat these lizards and I kept pulling the lizards out of its mouth. At some point my mother and stepfather are there and we are in their greenhouse. I start pulling something out of my mouth, it is a very dark green snake. I only have the tail and I don’t want to let it go because it’s trying to go fully down my throat. I can feel it down my esophagus . It is a thick snake pressing on the walls of my throat, But it is not choking me. I am disgusted and hoping I do not taste a strange flavor coming off of the snake. I start feeling nauseated and disgusting and try to pull this sneak out a little bit of time and then I wake up. I do not get the snake out before I wake up and it is mostly inside me.
I have reoccurring snake dreams along with all forms of reptiles from turtles to salamanders to lizards. In my waking life I have been startled by snakes about 3 times. I found one toilet (in real life) in the middle of the night, it was my brothers pet that had escaped. I found that same snake coming out of the washing machine after the spin cycle when I opened the lid. On a vacation I almost fell into a water moccasin nest while climbing on cypress tree knees.I jumped down from this Cyprus knee and was going to run back to where my husband was and then suddenly my eyes , with out effort, focused all around me and I could see there were 2-3 other smaller snakes crossing my path but sort of hidden in the debris.I jumped over the vines and debris and ran back to my husband very startled and upset. This is all while awake. I grew up with snakes as pets of my older brothers. I learned to not be afraid of snakes but during my teen years I started having these surprise visits by snakes.
A few weeks ago I woke up from a terrible dream where I was frightened. Me and my sister and her boyfriend from about 25 years ago were swimming in the middle of the woods in this beautiful natural spring that was very deep and clear. I see a huge Anaconda like sneak swimming in the water towards us so I am starting to scramble to get out but it’s coming up faster than I can swim. I tell the others to get out but the rocks near the edge are slippery and steep. I know the snake will get me before I can get out. i’m almost out and the snake is almost upon me, I cannot see it because I’m looking forward to climb out. I am trembling with fear and wake myself up from the upset. What are the dreams and real life experiences mean? I have done some basic research throughout my life and keep seeing the same information. Some cultures it is a positive growth experience in others it represents an enemy. In my life I know I was scared of snakes as a little girl but learned to tame my fear. Through experiences with snakes I’m now am leery of them again. I don’t know how to interpret dreams. Thank you.

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    -Tony Crisp 2014-10-22 8:51:40

    Kim – I think that most people who write about dream snakes simply write about their feelings and have never explored their dream to find out what they actually mean. Here is a woman’s experience.

    “Tony taught me a process in which a dream could be interpreted and understood by assuming that everything, people and objects alike, in a dream represented aspects of the Self. Sitting cross-legged on the squishy, old-fashioned sofa in the living room of my sadhu’s cave opposite Tony, I’d close my eyes and mentally return to a dream I had the previous night.

    So if I dreamt about a tree, I would ‘become’ the tree, assume its personality and respond from its viewpoint. He’d ask ‘So what kind of tree are you? Are you big or small, old or young? What do you look like? Where are you growing? Why are you in Tiziana’s dream?’ This sounded like a silly exercise at first, but I was soon enough convinced of its validity.

    Other dreams taught me about my psychological and emotional processes, such as in one dream, in which I was in a dark forest with a female friend. We hid behind a felled tree. From our path towards the left, we saw a big black snake approaching. It was absolutely enormous and had no head. We were exhilarated and scared. Next, a badger walked past. Then, to our wonder, a gang of wolves came by. In my consequent interpretation I saw that the headless snake stood for `my sexuality and my often ‘headless’, raw desires. The badger signified my illusions that needed to be ‘killed’ and transformed by the pack of wolves, who represented my growth and evolution. Although painful, my intuition – symbolized by the female friend – knew that I had to go through the fear and ‘be killed’ in order to grow.

    Overall, together with the practice of LifeStream the dream work helped me to retrieve and detangle many clues and memories that were buried deep in my unconscious.” See http://dreamhawk.com/approaches-to-being/lifes-little-secrets/

    So Kim your dream snakes are not harmful, but of course they often frighten people, but read http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/questions-2/#Summing and http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/acting-on-your-dream/#BeingPerson

    The fact that they appear so often suggests that your dream creator is trying to tell you something important. But please read http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/brain-levels-and-dreams/#reptilebrain

    Tony

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