Dreaming of SNAKES – what does it mean
– SNAKE dream meaning-
Since ancient times, snakes have been associated with various meanings, and while in ancient times the snake had the meaning of change and adaptation, because it rejects old skin and renews itself regularly, in recent times the meaning has changed and the snake represents evil and wickedness. If you usually dream of snakes, you can associate it with crawling, dirt, toxicity and poisonous behavior. And regardless of personal attitudes about snakes, if a snake appears in a dream, it is a symbol that should not be ignored.
To dream of poisonous snakes or snakes that you do not know if they are poisonous
Many people do not recognize snakes and do not know which snakes are venomous, but dreaming of a viper or other venomous snake has the same meaning as when a person does not know if the snake dreamed of is venomous, then the dream is interpreted as if the person dreamed of a venomous snake. .
Snakes in dreams can refer to other people or to “poisonous” elements of life.
If the dream of snakes causes anxiety then it is a signal that the subconscious realizes that there is some toxic person in life, with whom the relationship has come to the point that it requires special attention.
If dreaming of a snake is not a dream that has caused anxiety then the snake probably represents some mild health problem or toxic relationship with the person but which is milder in nature and that person has not yet exceeded the measure.
If in a dream a person is not afraid of the snake or defeats it, it is the kind of relationship he will have with his enemies.
There are times when it can feel very uncomfortable in a group of people or near a person. It can be about that person draining energy and exhausting in other ways. It is often a family member or colleague, so it is impossible to avoid them, and any communication with them exhausts the person. Sometimes it may really seem as if these people are snakes, crawling around and instilling fear and discomfort. It is understandable that each of us radiates a certain energy, but also that each of us is affected by the energy of other people, because we absorb it. Dreaming of a snake is a copy of our feeling from reality, when in front of some people we feel like in front of a snake. Of course, some people know how to instinctively protect themselves from other people’s negative feelings, most of us need to work hard on it and develop techniques.
Dreaming of a snake is a signal that one needs to find ways so that is not affected by other people’s energy. One should center around yourself create a protective layer and shield. It would be good to work on your own self-confidence and techniques that will help not to let someone spoil another’s mood. If you come across a person whose energy is frightening and exhausting, the most important thing is to distance yourself and not continue to think about it. It would be good to take a walk in the park, take a shower to find some way to recharge your batteries, to be a positive person, and not allow such a person to “crawl” around and influence their own thoughts.
Dreaming of a snake in the house
If a snake appeared in the house, one should pay attention to potentially poisonous people under its roof or in a figurative sense, maybe a person has already become such a source of stress that he is already transferring all his negativity into other people’s lives.
Dreaming of big snakes
Big snakes in dreams talk about lessons to be learned. To such a dream should first be added in general what it means to dream of a snake and the interpretation from the beginning of the text, and then to translate it into one great life lesson.
To dream of a snake attacking
This kind of dream has a special meaning especially if it is dreamed by a woman. To dream of an aggressive snake attacking is interpreted in terms of a great rival in terms of love or who will try to endanger family happiness if the dreaming woman is married. If a man dreams of a snake attacking, then the interpretation is unambiguous to the basic symbolism of the snake.
To dream of killing a snake
To dream of killing a snake, as a snake is dead, or to dream of a headless snake has similar symbolism. Such a dream speaks of victory over evil competition, that is, that one can be stronger than people who are toxic, and that in fact their behavior can do them the most harm.
Dreaming of snakes in the water
To dream of a snake in water should be interpreted in terms of negative or poisonous emotions, which can greatly harm a person. This dream is more about your own negative emotions that hurt, not other people. Probably a person sees someone else’s bad behavior and it is very upsetting and harmful, but he does not realize that he is doing more harm to himself with all this fear and care about that person than that person can harm. Snakes in water can’t hurt.
Have often dreams about snakes
If snake dreams have been more common lately, it’s not uncommon. Since the beginning of the pandemic, many people often dream of snakes, and it seems that in many dreams the virus is represented by a snake, and that the snake represents an attitude about the virus and the overall situation.
Dreaming of snakes in colors
Dreaming of snakes in color should be interpreted in terms of our own behavior and the negative emotions that devour us from within. The dream of snakes in colors that are bright and almost unnatural for snakes in our area is not a dream that speaks of other people’s behavior but of ourselves and what we do ourselves to harm and restrain us.
Dreaming of a white snake should be interpreted as a lack of confidence in one’s own abilities, as a negative karma that will return due to bad behavior.
Dreaming of a green snake is interpreted as a fear of success, a fear of hard work, a fear of how others will perceive us if we achieve our own goals.
Dreaming of a red snake should be interpreted in terms of strong emotions that we know harm us, such as aggressive behavior.
Dreaming of a yellow snake is about how we allow someone to manipulate us and take away our personal power while we feel incompetent.
To dream of a brown snake is a dream that speaks of physical or mental addictions or obsession with someone or something.
To dream of a black snake is a dream that speaks of sadness, depression, depressed thoughts that harm us.
To dream of a blue snake is a dream that is interpreted in terms of restraint and inability to develop our creativity.
Dreaming of a black and white snake should be interpreted in terms of life imbalance.
Dream of non-venomous snakes or worms
Many people identify everything that snails with snakes, but it is not the same whether you dreamed of worms or snakes. Dreams of worms are also a negative symbol, but they apply more to you than to your enemies. They are often a symbol of illness and care. In real life, earthworms represent the fertility of the earth and are an important element in maintaining the overall life of the earth. If you dream of earthworms, pay attention to your health, but also to the ways in which you can become environmentally aware. At the same time, become aware of a healthier life for yourself and for nature and your environment.
Worms can also symbolize that hard times are ahead, but in the end they will bring progress, new life and happiness.
Some lizards in our environment may look like snakes, such as the blind, so it is not uncommon to look for the meaning of this symbol under the term snake. Lizards have incredibly pronounced senses. If you see it in your dreams, it is a signal that you can already feel the new things that are ahead, regardless of the fact that their hints have not appeared. Also, a dream may indicate that regardless of possible changes in how someone accepts a (bad) situation as it is and thinks there is no help, which is not true.
The dream dictionary is a guide to make it easier to understand dreams, but you must know that it is not your dream that is interpreted, but the symbols that appear in dreams in general. Each of your dreams has a unique meaning just for you depending on the context and all symbols in the dream, and no universal interpretation in text can be applied. All content in the text is intended only for general information about the symbols and cannot be treated as advice, related to your dreams.
The text has been automatically translated using a Google translator, and there is a possibility that in some parts it has lost its meaning or that it is completely different from the original text. If you notice illogicality or a meaningful mistake, feel free to leave a comment.