To dream of seeing fat, strong-looking hogs, foretells brisk changes in business and safe dealings. Lean hogs predict vexatious affairs and trouble with servants and children. To see a sow and litter of pigs, denotes abundant crops to the farmer, and advance in the affairs of others. To hear hogs squealing, denotes unpleasant news from […]
In a dream, wild thyme means hoarding money, or it could mean virility and rejuvenation of one’s sexual appetite. In a dream, wild thyme also means continuous blessings, power, a good business, a woman or a child. Seeing wild thyme in the field is better than seeing it cut in a dream, for once any […]
(Forest; Hidden; Manifest; Woods) Eating wild plants in the wilderness in a dream represents hard earned money. Wild plants are also interpreted as a person whose goodness is hidden and whose heart is better than what his appearance may suggest. (Also see Wild thyme)
In dreams anything wild always represents the untamed. A wild animal will stand for that aspect of our personality that has not yet committed itself to using rational thought.
Wild animals in dreams represent our basic instincts and urges such as lust, fear and anger – the deep emotions that we are taught to repress. • Dreams provide a safe outlet for exploring these deeper feelings. Taming a wild animal indicates a need to control your instincts. • To understand the individual meaning of […]
1. Financial prospects depending on the condition of the hogs (as in “bringing home the bacon”). 2. Symbolic of a person deemed dreadful, sometimes with poor sexual boundaries or boundaries in general (as in a “pig” or “swine”). 3. Inclined toward a tendency to hoard, not share.
(Antelope; Gemsbok; Wild cow; Wild gazelle; Wild goat) In a dream, all kinds of genus oryx of the wild large African and Asian antelopes with long and straight horns represent a great leader, a pious and a reclusive person though he does not follow the prophetic traditions, or he could be an ascetic, or an […]
Usually wild animals stand for danger, dangerous passions or dangerous people. There is a destructive force arising from the unconscious, threatening our safety. Such a dream may be a way of helping us understand and highlight particular anxieties. Dreaming of domesticating wild animals shows that we may have come to terms with our wilder, more […]
Revealing the need for discipline, i.E. A wild animal is a substitute for a person out of control
The willingness and ability to track and trap a wild animal indicates one has great conﬁdence and courage.