Dream-I Hate Snakes

Last week, my husband and I spent an evening in Atlanta.  We had missed our flight home from Cancun.  We spent the

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night in a hotel.  We woke early to catch the first flight out.

That evening, I had a dream that there was a snake roaming loose.  I don’t remember actually seeing the snake but I was aware of it.  I also knew it was a python.

I’m not going to lie.  I hate snakes.  I was a bit creeped out by the dream.  I knew that this wasn’t a good dream, but not sure of the exact meaning. The first chance I got, I looked it up.  It means “Danger“.

Another view point is taken from www.snakedreams.org

  • A snake is a symbol of the unconscious
  • Snakes or serpents indicate you’re in the process of healing and resolving issues
  • The snake is a symbol for an untamed part of yourself or an untapped resource
  • Snakes could represent your intuition or spiritual aspects of  yourself; your instinctual drive, what moves you from the depths of your  soul
  • Snakes or serpents tend to show up in dreams in times of transition and transformation

Maybe I have it all wrong.  Maybe the snake is symbolic of change. Just as the snake sheds it’s skin, so do we metophorically speaking.  Is it then a sign of personal transformation?

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8 thoughts on “Dream-I Hate Snakes

  1. I see snakes as a sign of shedding the old. My understand is that snakes carry feminine energy so perhaps it has to do with a feminine issue. I’m not trying to inerpret your dream, I’m just sharing info. I appreciate you sharing the info on snake dreams.

  2. I love snakes, we’ve had a few. Anyway, here’s a quote from my Animal Spirit Guide book. SNAKE; Profound Spiritual Growth: Snake is a powerful spiritual essence. Snake acknowledges your spiritual transformation and calls upon you to walk the path your soul intended. You can gain more insight into Snake’s message for you if you are aware of the type of snake you encounter. The Cottonmouth Water Moccasin, for example, often found in swamps, a place with an energy of death, rebirth and renewal, can help us to connect with spirits in the afterlife. Constrictors such as boas or pythons remind us of our unlimited power. The vipers and venomous snakes remind us of how effortless and natural it can be to use our innate power when we acknowledge the power within us. Meditating with Snake can help us learn to acknowledge and accept the responsibility to ourselves and to humanity that our spiritual growth brings.

  3. Pingback: Healing Energy for Family | Amy Keast, Intuitive

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