To dream of a stool suggests that you don’t feel completely comfortable about speaking your mind honestly. Have more faith in yourself.
To dream of taming an animal indicates our ability to control or develop a relationship with the animal aspect of ourselves. The animal may be of note, the lion representing courage for instance. To dream of being tamed, as though we ourselves were the animal, signifies the need for restraint in our lives.
The duck as a bird is said to be a symbol of superficiality, presumably because it floats on the water rather than in it. In former times religious belief was tested by the ducking stool.
Sacrificing an animal in dreams suggests that we are aware that our lower, more basic instincts can be given up in favour of spiritual power. We have to be prepared to recognize our own human fallibility, but to give up extravagance. A sacrificial altar may appear, or it may just be a question of killing […]
(Animal driver; Grooming; Tending; Stableman) An animal driver in a dream represents a leader, a president of a group or corporations or a wealthy person. In general, seeing a groomer, an attendant, a driver or a stableman in a dream denotes a bad dream and implies impetuousness, a pimp, a procurer, a pander, an officiant, […]
If a person sees himself as hunting a wild animal it means he will acquire wealth and booty-whether the hunted animal is a male for female.
In primitive shamanistic societies, to wear an animal mask gave the wearer the powers of that animal. If we dream of wearing such a mask, we may need to consider that animal’s qualities and how they can be, or are, applied in our waking lives. The death mask, either our own or another’s, can appear […]
A type of yoke, according to material; research, i.E. Animal fur is animal-like behavior, etc.
See Murder, re persons. To kill an animal is usually symbolic. The dreamer wishes to be nil of a difficult situation that appears to be like an animal. See Animals.
1. If killing, the desire to eliminate a certain aspect of one’s personality as symbolized by the particular animal (e.G., One might kill a lion to eliminate aggressiveness). 2. Aspects of one’s own or another’s personality as reﬂected in the characteristics of a certain animal. 3. Religious or spiritual representations.