When we will to speak or move, unconscious physical and psychological impulses and processes occur to produce the response. These deeply unconscious processes are often depicted by fish. Also the attitudes and urges we have in common with humanity—the collective unconscious, and the impulses or insights arising therefrom—can therefore represent the Self or Christ; sexual drive in connection with reproduction, the many little fishes being sperm. In this sense we are the fish which swam the incredible journey and grew into a human, but is still on the odyssey of life and death.
The fish may be the wisdom we have not yet brought to consciousness, regarding our personal journey in time and eternity. Fishing: creating a receptive state of consciousness which allows the deep insights or processes to become known; trying to find spintual nourishment. Eating fish: integrating our inner realisations; partaking of Christ. Eaten by fish: feeling threatened by the unconscious; threat of losing conscious or rational direction of life. Dead fish: non-expression of basic urges. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
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 ocean monsters, point to moral conflicts that may cause personality disturbances. Seek therapeutic help when these images appear often and include a great amount of fear.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
Vision: Dreaming about mysterious, frightening creatures, or monsters: you have been shaken to the depths of your soul.
Hidden emotions deep in vour unconscious are raking shape, troubling you. Sometimes the reason for nightmares is actual physical stress. Did the creatures resemble real animals? See Animals.... Dreamers Dictionary
Early human civilizations generally believed there were few barriers between the spirit world and the world of nature; as a result, the mating of gods and humans—or of gods and animals—occurs in most mythologies. The offspring of such unions lead us to the realm of giants and ogres, the miniature world of fairies and elves, and even the union of land and sea as personified by the mermaid. Mythological birds and beasts, such as the dragon, the sphinx and the centaur, have also appeared in dreams as companions or sentries. In general, magical creatures highlight fears or concerns you may have, or connect you to stories and myths that have a strong impact on you.... The Element Encyclopedia