Dream interpretation Snake

There is no question that snakes can lead to a number of distressing responses during your regular daily life. No matter whether you fear them, despise them, or interpret them in a biblical sense, they will always be evocative symbols. When you dream of snakes, it is very important to observe how you feel about them in the dream, as well as any actions that occur around these animals. One thing is for certain, when you dream of snakes, they can be indicators that you are about to work on some very deep emotional issues, as well as indicators of upcoming life altering events.

General Dream Meaning: Snake

Overall, snakes represent sexuality, especially if they are found in your bed, or where you sleep. Alternatively, if you eat a snake, it may indicate that you are searching for intimacy. Snakes can also represent hidden fears or worries. If you dream of being bitten by a snake, it may mean that there are untrustworthy people around you. In addition, if you dream of a black snake, it may indicate a sudden and imminent death in the family. The following types of snakes also have specific meanings:

Adder - An untrustworthy person in your life.

Cobra - entrancement, or the creative impulse

Rattlesnake - time passing

Serpent - the presence of evil. A winged serpent, on the other hand, represent knowledge and wisdom.

Boa Constrictor - suffocation or stagnation in a relationship

Anaconda - creativity and sexuality

Python - a clear warning of danger. It may also symbolize sexuality, sin, and self determination.


How Dream Symbol Snake may Fit in your Life

Snakes in your dream can easily help you deal with repressed feelings. In particular, if you are not entirely happy with your sensuality, or your love life, this dream may offer some clues for solving those problems. A dream of snakes may also provide you wit a valuable warning of pending problems, as well as where they may come from. Needles to say, if you dream of a black snake, then taking time to prepare for a sudden death in the family can help you manage the situation a bit better when it actually occurs.

A Sample Dream meaning and Snake Dream Interpretation

Consider a dream where you walk into your supervisor's office. He is sitting there on the phone. Nervously, you take a seat and wait for him to finish the call. While you are waiting, a cobra rears up from a pile of papers at the center of the desk. Even though you are hypnotized by the animal's beauty, you cannot help but worry about some of the things you have been doing in order to secure a promotion. As you sit and wait for the call to end, you decide that you might be better off looking for another job, rather than making use of office politics to oust your current supervisor. The snake slowly recedes back into the pile of papers as the dream ends.

Even though cobras tend to symbolize wisdom in a dream, this one is clearly indicating that others know your secret. In this case, you are already nervous about various tactics that you may be using in order to gain a better position at your current job. Since you are afraid your supervisor already knows, it may be prudent to follow the conclusion that you reached in your dream. That said, if you also find that the work situation is intolerable, then you may want to proceed as planned. While you may have to weigh the risks and benefits of various actions, at least the dream warning presented by the cobra can give you a chance to mitigate any circumstances that you may be creating with your current actions.
 
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Ana 2015-07-02 21:52:29
Strange dream I had I was in a conference room and I was sitting and a little girl was sitting next to me and all of the sudden the door opens and a big anaconda jumps on the conference table and then he turn and look at me and I look back and said keep looking at his eyes and started sliding our chairs slowly but kept our eye looking at the anaconda and all of sudden we got our of the room and shut the door and we ran . I heard anacondas attacking peoples in other room. Heard alot of screaming.Then I woke up .

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Biftu lata 2015-07-02 12:55:29
I dreamt of a snake sleeping with me in a bed..when I got up in the morning I dint have power at all(am not sure of the snake type

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Jean 2015-06-25 17:30:45
I dreamt a man fell into a hole and in the hole were snakes. As he was trying to get out a snake grab him and I saw the snake's jaw around his shoulder. I woke up and didn't want to continue the dream. Went back to sleep but remembered the dream when I woke up.

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Alesha 2015-06-19 19:17:52
I had an unusual snake dream. I went to a pet store and a small grey snake was in an aquarium priced at $1300. I found the price of the snake too high and did not want it. The shop owner cut the snake up and found a baby inside of it. It was tiny, black and alive. He gave it to me and I ate it. It tasted horrible. He wasn't sure if the snake was poisonous and if it were, if it would effect me. I became worried there was a chance I ate poison contained within the snake. Then I woke up.

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mike 2015-05-31 16:52:30
I had a dream that their were 3 snakes black,green, and brown in my hallway blocking my room door in like a puddle swimming all I could think about is I didn't want my kids to get bit so I killed the green and the black one.the other one got away. when I killed the black one I heard a loud scream.

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Sarah 2015-05-06 17:40:45
In my dream it was scary. I looked to the right and saw snakes. Then I looked up to the left and saw snakes around some guys neck and he was throwing them down to scare me. I looked up to the right to ask some girl to tell him to stop but she knew what he was doing and had some too. When I was about to get up he threw one across my face and I throw it that's when I woke up and starting screaming.

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Sanyogita 2015-04-27 23:12:17
I had a black snake biting me in my back in dreams. There was 2 or 3 snakes I was trying to run but every time they catch me and start biting and even they were talking like they are not going to leave me please tell me meaning of this dream.

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bujari baba 2015-06-02 04:52:58
It means you are close to sucsses its a great dream of life means your result is positive in your aims

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ADreamerV 2015-04-08 08:34:52
I had a dream about a snake (don't remember what type of snake) that turned into an old lady and the old lady was kind to me and said i was amazing but i had a weird feeling about her being around me but in my dream she was mostly there watching or seeing her in a lady form accidently.

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Diaze 2015-04-08 01:09:41
what does it mean dreaming of two very large pytons one of which is black and whites strips and the other brown and whites in strips also both creaping out of some small bushes without even hurting me.

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Sherida 2015-04-04 20:39:36
I have had numerous dreams about different types of snakes mainly rattle snakes. But what does it mean when you literally see a snake? S Black Racer is what it is called. Cause how fast it is. That's the first thing I noticed.

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Gennie 2015-03-28 12:11:10
Two consecutive dreams about small black snakes around my left arm. In the first dream I didn't see the snake but I saw a small hole in my left small finger where the nail was and knew instantly I had been bitten by a snake. In the second dream the snakes were headless and were moving in and out of my upper left armed as though swimming. In real life and totally repulsed by them, can't even look at them. In my dreams, they didn't seem to bother me.

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Mike 2015-03-12 14:10:58
I had a dream about my female cousin finding an Orange python in the rafters of her ceiling. She pulled on the tail and the snake split dropping a fish it ate.

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Santiato 2015-03-10 15:42:43
I dreamt that a white and black snake left my body. It was living in my intestines and I actually evacuated everything. After the dream and evacuation, I felt lighter. What does that mean?

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Butterfly 2015-02-20 14:04:52
My dream was a bit odd. I was in my house but I wasn't. The structure was similiar, but it was also different. The door was in the wrong place. There were odd simultaneous feelings. The first, that it wasn't my home but it also was, a strange confliction, the second, and more predominant, was the feeling that it was right, like there was no conflict in the first place. It was between night and day, the morning, but it was unusually bright, like midday.

The snake was long and wide with a large head and large eyes. It had a light green colour like grass, with dark green, like a forest canopy, arabesque-like patterning. (I looked up some snakes later and I think it may have been a python, but I'm no expert, just a guess). It was crashing through the hallway. People were in the wrong bedrooms, but this, too, was right.

My father and I ended up being the main ones chased. We were chased through the hallway, into the loungeroom, out the front door and cornered against the fence in the front yard. First the snake devoured my father from top to bottom. It just kept eating my father, piece by piece and I watched, frozen. Then the snake slithered to me. I watched, I couldn't look away. It moved slowly and surely. It wound up my body leaving my head uncovered. The snake was firm and strong. It had pressure but it was not crushing. There was only a slight difficulty in breathing. It looked at me and slowly moved to my right arm. It bit it, but it was more of a friendly nip. It felt like it was comforting me, supporting me. It slowly, gently, unwound. It was beginning to leave when I awoke.

Throughout the entire dream I was experiencing it from two perspectives. The one being chased was naturally terrified and felt the emotions one would expect in such a situation. But I was also watching from above in third person. Observing the events unfold. This me was calm and accepting. I felt no fear at all. These two were simultaneous. I could separate them, but they were also merged. Two opposite feelings experienced simultaneously.

When I woke up I was deaply affected, but I felt no resentment, nor fear. I was curious about the dream, like an enticement. It was not something to fear, only to accept and explore. I did not even mourn the loss of my family. I felt no loss at the fate of my father, welcomed it even. The dream left no negative nor positive feeling. Merely neutrality. Of course, despite the strange serenity, this lead to confusion, confusion I sincerely hope someone can clear because I'm getting nowhere with this.

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Koda 2015-02-17 17:25:56
The dream that I had was that I was trying to get away from this large green python and I got backed into a corner so i reached out and grabbed this snake to prevent it from biting me when all in all I didn't grab it right and got bite anyways and as soon as it bite me I was in the motion of waking up so in real life I was gasping for air.

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