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What is the last animal dream you had and what do you think it meant?

  1. ChristinS profile image95
    ChristinSposted 6 years ago

    What is the last animal dream you had and what do you think it meant?

    My last animal dream was of a little red fox darting in and out of the woods.  In light of an experience I've had with a "cyber bully" of late on one of my  forums I felt it was telling me to be cautious but don't be afraid to be who I am.  Although red foxes are very bright they are also very cunning and very good at hiding themselves when they want to etc. 

    So what was your last "animal dream" and what do you think it was telling you? or do you know?

  2. Diana Lee profile image83
    Diana Leeposted 6 years ago

    This is taken from my hub I wrote in November called (Meanings Behind A Dream).

    I had a crazy dream a few months ago where I saw a fox getting away with one of my chickens. It was as if I was living in the 1800s and I had a long skirt on. I quickly grabbed my Winchester and took aim on the critter. I shot and he kept running with my chicken in his mouth. I shot again and this time he fell to the ground. From behind me, ran a character like seen in a western TV show and he retrieved the fox. “Good shot, right in the back of his head,” he yelled. “But I missed him the first shot,” I said discussed with myself. “No, Ma’am, you took a nick right out of his ear,” he chuckled. I woke up. I thought the dream most likely came from me watching a lot of westerns on television. I don’t have any chickens and have never shot anything. But yet a fox is quite a unique dream symbol associated with betrayal or being out witted or out foxed. As weeks went by I found out I did have someone who had been doing just that. But I won’t discuss it here. The point is I found a meaning to this dream that had nothing to do with me watching westerns at all.

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    CJ Sledgehammerposted 6 years ago

    Just last night I dreamed that my family and I were traveling through swamps and alligator infested waters.

    I think people tend to read too much into dreams, so it could mean something or it could mean I ate too much chocolate before going to bed. :0)

 
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