Dreaming about monsters and demons is very common. They may represent negative forces inside of yourself and in your life. Most of the monsters are representing your own negative characteristics and tendencies. The monster in your dreams could be your fear, bad temper, negativity, smoking habit, or anything else that is hurtful and needs to […]
Depth Psychology: Monsters appearing in a dream reflect a fear of dying or hate directed toward oneself. Unresolved events or emotional experiences hiding beneath the surface have too much influence over you. Failing to learn how to control these energies may lead to serious problems. Seek professional help if monsters appear in your dreams frequently. […]
Demons and monsters tend to mean you’re looking to change aspects of yourself. If you keep seeing YOURSELF as a demon, you need to think about what you don’t like about yourself, and change it!
The archetype of the hero has fascinated, taught, even ennobled human beings for thousands of years. Appears as Christ, Athena, Krishna, Mohammed, Mary, Ulysses, Superman, Florence Nightingale, a great game hunter, Hercules, or any film or TV hero such as Captain Kirk or Dr Who. We are the hero/ine of our own life. We brave […]
Depth Psychology: Dreaming about demons usually refers to feelings you are denying, but that have, nevertheless, taken hold of you. See Aggression, Disgust, Envy. Frequent dreams about demons are warnings: make an appointment with a psychotherapist in order to avoid future emotional conflict and/or crises. See Devil, Monsters, Mystical Creatures.
Beast. Your animal nature is becoming too strong, too frightening, meaning that you are afraid of your own strength and drives. It could also indicate a person (Father or Mother) who appears overly powerful. Talk to the frightening monster in your dream, have it out with him and observe him. Mythical creatures, like dragons and […]
(see Animals, Fables, Lizard, Monsters, Snake) The guardian of great power, magic, and wisdom. If you can befriend this aspect of yourself, many new talents and abilities will open to you. Among Taoists, the dragon represents eternal change, and the part of the path that we cannot as yet see. Consequently, you must perfect the […]
(see Lycanthropy, Monsters, Wolf)
(see Black, Darkness, Monsters) Your personal shadow; negatives to overcome within. Metaphysicallv, the dark forces that exist in all things, maintaining the balance (see Hell). Demons and other malevolent creatures represent fears and anxiety that manifest through these images. If very threatening toward the dreamer, this can reflect self-hatred or guilt. Alternatively, this can indicate […]
(see Dragon, Monsters, Phoenix, Storytellers) Characters or themes from the fables of our youth commonly appear in dreams as archetypes of personality traits or prevalent situations. Normally, the subconscious tries to illustrate a key that will help you develop those traits, overcome negative habits, or succeed in your present circumstances. For example, the tale of […]