To hear other people shouting in a dream, foretells that you will hear distressing news. However, if you dream of shouting yourself, it is a lucky omen for all that concerns you closely. Also see “Arguing.”
If the dreamer is shouting to someone, it represents a desperate need to reach that person. If the “someone” is unknown to the dreamer, the dreamer needs to seek information from someone as yet unknown – as phoning up a librarian to find out if the library has a certain book. If someone is shouting […]
(Call; Cry; Human call; Outcry; Shout; Scream) Shouting at a gathering of people in a dream means winning the title of a statesman, authority and power in an election, or presiding over people. Ifone sees himselfshouting alone in a dream, it means that he will lose his power and his words will have impact. Shouting […]
This may be a carry-over from your daily life. In our dreams we can experience and express such feelings safely. Feeling great anger in your dream may be disturbing but pay attention to it and attempt to deal with all of your emotions in a more appropriate and productive manner. Also, you could be being […]
(See Clouds; Invisible caller; Shouting)
If you dream of seeing (or being bitten by) an animal with rabies, this suggests you have strong inner feelings of anger and unexpressed hostility. You must learn to express your anger in a controlled anger before it erupts in a destructive way.
(Anger) Suppressing one’s anger in a dream means having good qualities, receiving a commendation, blessings, doing good for those who appreciate and those who do not appreciate good favors. (Also see Anger; Suppressing one’s feelings)
Anger in a dream can often represent other passionate emotions. Aggression (an unprovoked attack) can be perceived as an extreme form of anger. We are struggling with the right to express that which is distressing us. We probably are unable to express emotion appropriately in waking life, but can do so in dreams. Annoyance is […]
Throughout history societies have believed that if their gods are displeased they will show their anger. If a dream figure is angry, therefore, we may feel that we are offending our own code of conduct or are suffering divine displeasure. Often anger is symbolized in dreams by, for instance, a flaming torch or a raging […]
Giants and ogres often represent the emotion of anger, particularly masculine anger. This can be confronted in dreams where perhaps we cannot do this in waking life.