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i had this dream that a werewolf was attacking me and all i remember was beautif

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    michaelsmithyposted 7 years ago

    i had this dream that a werewolf was attacking me and all i remember was beautiful yellow eyes and

    big scary gnashing teeth and then i woke up. can you help me? (i know they are not real)

  2. yankeeintexas profile image61
    yankeeintexasposted 7 years ago

    Well, I don't beleive that dreams have any special meaning, but often times our dreams are a result of stress that we are under. The reason why you are dreaming of a werewolf might be due to some kind of stories, or movies that you might have recently waited.
    I used to believe in dream interpretation but over the years learned to pray over situations in my life. Eventually the weird dreams went away.

  3. HannahRiley profile image58
    HannahRileyposted 7 years ago

    I took a 'mental heath' course this summer for nursing school, and a therapist told me that dreams don't necessarily mean what they are exactly about..so I wouldn't say because you are scared of a wolf..but more about how it made you feel...

    For example: I went through a breakup in high school, and one of my best friends wasn't there to support me like I thought she would have been. I had dreams a couple times a week where I was drowning and she wasn't helping me...so I interpreting it as I was in obvious trouble & she wasn't there to help me.

    Does that make more sense? That is how I have interpreted them at least.

  4. Susana S profile image97
    Susana Sposted 7 years ago

    One thing that is so important is your emotion. You say two things - he had "beautiful" eyes and "scary" teeth. The werewolf is powerful creature. Is there someone (including yourself) in your life that is powerful, beautiful and scary at the same time? Are you scared of your own power?

 
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