To see the devil in your dream, signifies negative aspects of yourself. It may also indicate feelings of guilt that you have been harboring. It is time to release these feelings. Alternatively, the devil may represent intelligence, cunningness, deception, and cleverness. Other meanings of devil dreams: To dream that you fought off the devil, symbolizes […]
The circumstances in the dream are very important. If you see the Devil in his usual context – in a pit full of fire, surrounded by demons – then you’d better ask yourself what guilty secret you’re hiding and how it applies to your present circumstances. If the Devil speaks to you and seems friendly, […]
The devil appearing in dreams has the same meaning of evil as in walling hours. To see the devil indicates susceptibility to flattery and temptation.
The devil tends to be seen as the personification of evil, or lucifer, who, incidentally, was originally supposed to bring enlightenment to the world. It does need to be borne in mind, however, that the devil also represents the ego, or part of us that refuses to ‘return to the light’.
In order to deal with the out-of-control side of ourselves, we often need to have an object or image to confront. In dreams, as in fantasies, the devil allows us to do this. If we fear our own wrongdoing, that fear can also manifest as the devil.
In previous times, the figure of the devil was one to be feared and hated. Our wilder, more instinctive side will often appear in dreams as the conventional figure with horns and a tail. Once it is understood as something to be confronted, as something belonging to all of us, the devil loses its potency.
An imp appearing in a dream usually foretells disorder and difficulty. The imp often has the same significance as the devil in its aspect of tormenting us, of creating difficulty and harm within our life. Also consult the entries for demon, devil and fiend.
For farmers to dream of the devil, denotes blasted crops and death among stock, also family sickness. Sporting people should heed this dream as a warning to be careful of their affairs, as they are likely to venture beyond the laws of their State. For a preacher, this dream is undeniable proof that he is […]
Dreaming of the devil is symbolic of demonic activity and evil within your life or coming under attack, James 4:7
The devil as satan used to appear with some frequency in both men’s and women’s dreams. Now the image is more likely to be that of one of the nature gods such as pan, and represents basic instincts and urges.