Monster In A Maze | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Monster Maze

58 dream symbols found for this dream.

Amazement

Good things are going to happen to those who did not expect anything.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Cookie Monster

Sesame Street s blue, fuzzy monster who just loves chocolate-chip cookies may indicate your lack of constraint and your inability to curb overindulgent behavior.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Ariadne's Book of Dream

Labyrinth And Maze

A labyrinth is a complex system of paths and tunnels in which it is easy to get lost. On one level, the appearance of a labyrinth in your dream suggests the need to explore the hidden side of your nature; the twists, turns, trials and tribulations of the labyrinth are a powerful symbol of the life journey towards the center of your existence. Within the labyrinth you can meet and overcome challenges and obstacles in life that prevent you from moving forward. From a psychological point of view, we must all take the heroic journey through the labyrinth of experience and come to terms with our fears and anxieties before confronting our shadow. Any dream image that has underground passages suggests a labyrinth. Some believe it represents an exploration of the feminine principle.

Jung saw the dark, enclosed labyrinth as a symbol of the tortuous depths of the unconscious and a dream of entering it as a voyage of self-discovery or an attempt to locate a deeply buried emotion. The void at the center of the labyrinth may suggest despair but it can also symbolize serenity and calm. A labyrinth is an archetype with which you can have direct experience. It is a metaphor for your life’s journey. As in the Greek myth of Theseus who entered King Minos’ labyrinth in Crete to slay the Minotaur, your descent into the unconscious, hidden aspects of your nature may involve confronting impulses that threaten your personal security and well-being.

Mazes are often confused with labyrinths but they are quite different. Labyrinths tend to symbolize the quest for knowledge and freedom, whereas mazes mirror the general confusion that may be fogging your sense of purpose in waking life. A maze is first of all open to the light, whereas a labyrinth is in the dark; furthermore, a maze has numerous entry points whereas a labyrinth only has one. A maze is like a puzzle to be solved, possessing twists, turns and blind alleys. It is a task that requires logical, sequential, analytical activity to find the correct path into the maze and out. A labyrinth, on the other hand, involves intuition and creativity. With a labyrinth there is only one choice to be made. The choice is to enter or not to enter. With mazes there are many choices to be made, with many entrances and exits.

Dead ends and cul-de-sacs present riddles to be solved. Mazes challenge the choice-making part of yourself.

In dreams, a maze can therefore reflect the difficulty in finding a direction to follow in life. No one can predict what is right or wrong, so you may have to rely on your instincts. If, in your dream, you have a map, chart or password to help you navigate your maze, this may reassure you that you are on the right path. Mazes can also often portray a confusion of ideas and feelings, the difficulty in finding your way through the mass of apparently irrational emotions and images arising from within, or the variety of opinions and seemingly authoritative sources of information with which the modern world bombards you. You may dream of a maze of corridors, for example, during periods in which your life seems particularly complicated and you are faced with choices and decisions. In this sense, the maze represents an attempt to find your way through conscious thoughts, opinions and doubts, to an opinion or mindset that is yours alone.

If you enlisted the aid of a ladder to help you get out of your maze, your dreaming mind may have been suggesting that you take a more logical, rational overview of your situation.

If you found a way out of your maze, this suggests that you will find a way to break free; but if you found yourself ending up in the same place whatever path you took, this could be reflecting your sense in waking life of going round in circles, covering the same ground or not being able to make a breakthrough. Bear in mind that tunnels and paths in dreams represent transitions, and entrances represent new directions; perhaps you have been so overwhelmed with emotion and confusion that you have not seen the opportunities already being presented to you. ... The Element Encyclopedia

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Labyrinth Maze

According to Jung, the enclosed labyrinth is a symbol of the unconscious, and a dream of entering a labyrinth represents rapid change and a journey towards self-discovery. As in the Greek myth of Theseus, who entered King Minos’ labyrinth in Knossos to kill the Minotaur, descent into the unconscious may sometimes involve confronting impulses we would rather ignore because they challenge or threaten us.

If you see a maze in your dream, it may also indicate the need to find direction in life and the skills needed to negotiate change.

If a map or chart of a maze appears in your dream, this may be a reassuring sign that you are on the right path.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Lamaze

Dreams of Lamaze symbolize that you are breathing your way through the birth of a new project or creation; finding grace as you move through the final pushes of this process. Perhaps it is time to give your self a break and take a breather. See Breath and Air.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Loch Ness Monster

The Loch Ness Monster, a legendary creature who lives deep within a mystical lake, might appear as a hidden talent you may feel insecure about using.

The monster may represent a talent or idea you believe others will invalidate or that will not be understood.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Ariadne's Book of Dream

Maze

Confusion... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Dream Dictionary Unlimited

Maze

1. Overemphasizing the importance or complexity of a situa­tion or emotion.

2. Frustration and/or fear of the future. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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New American Dream Dictionary

Maze

This is symbolic of being lost or feeling trapped in life... Christian Dream Symbols

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Christian Dream Symbols

Maze

The maze could represent your current mental outlook.

A maze is a frightening and confusing place.

If in your dream you are trapped in a maze and are having difficulty getting to the end, then you need to stop and consider your current emotional and psychological status. I don’t mean to suggest anything is terribly wrong. Simply speaking, are you often confused and unsure of which way to go? If you are facing many hard decisions this dream is a good indicator that you need to step back and look at the entire picture. Edgar Cayce said that being in a maze in a dream may be symbolic of an “emotionally disorganized” person. At times we are all emotionally disorganized and confused, but admitting this dream’s message is step in the right direction.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Maze

Confusion of ideas and feelings; conflicting urges and opinions; the difficulty in finding our way through the mass of apparently irrational emotions and images arising from within. Sometimes we need to admit we are lost and need help. Occasionally the circuitous and often confusing route we take to meeting self; the unconscious. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Maze

From a mythological point of view, the image of the maze is closely tied to the Greek hero Theseus and to Ariadne, who loves him. As legend has it, in order to slay the virgin-devouring monster in the center of the maze of Crete, Ariadne gives to Theseus a magical red thread that will help him find his way out of the maze after he has slain the monster.

The maze symbolizes the womb of the Earth Mother and the cosmic order, which each of us has to create within ourself. And that is your task! The path is like a maze; after many twists and turns you finally reach your goal, where you can fulfill your obligations and responsibilities, find your shadow, and come to terms with it. Every time you dream about a maze you are challenged to come to terms with the monster within yourself.

On the other hand, the image of the maze points to a mother complex: if you cannot let go of the feminine, you are lost in it, which means the masculine in you loses its identity. And if this masculine identity is devoured by the feminine, the feminine cannot find its own identity because it doesn’t have access to it, and you cannot find your way out of the maze.

The symbol of the maze probably goes back to observations made about how the sun or the moon is traveling across the sky. In the center of the maze resides death, where the sun and the moon are at their lowest point. After we have met death, we leave the maze in the same way as Theseus. Our modern world, the metropolitan big city, the asphalt jungle, where people are easily getting lost and feeling trapped, is often compared with the maze. What is addressed here is the idea that our lives have become so complex that it is difficult for us to find our way. See Food (stored), Thread, Dragon.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Maze

also see Labyrinth

1- A maze often represents a confusion of ideas and feelings. There are conflicting urges and opinions and we often discover that in attempting to find our way through the maze we have learnt something about our own courage, our own ability to meet problems. Often there is the apparently irrational fear and doubt that arises from not being able to find our wav in and out of the maze.

This can allow us to release feelings of self-doubt and fear.

2- Psychologically; the maze may- represent the variety of opinions and authoritative beliefs that we come up against in our ordinary, everyday world. We may be trying to find our own way through this mass of detail and we picture it in a dream as actually trying to find our way through a maze.

3- The path to the Divine.

The feminine.

The way to the feminine is a strange route, and all the roads that lead there are winding, but the end result has worthy consequences.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Maze

To dream that you are in a maze implies that you should face a challenge directly. It isn’t as difficult as you think. In addition, this dream may represent the various changes in direction that you experience in your life.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Dream Symbols and Analysis

Maze

Should you find your way out in your dream, your perplexities will be happily solved.

If you are unable to get out, beware of being dominated by insincere friends.... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book

Maze

Dreams of a maze symbolize a course of initiation, and that you are testing your ability to put your problem solving abilities to the test. This dream may also be telling you that it is time to exit from a career, relationship, or habit pattern that is getting you nowhere. Consider the feeling tone.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Strangest Dream Explanations

Maze

A maze is a path of initiation into divine knowledge. It also represents the feminine, and in its twists and turns signifies – at one and the same time – confusion and innate wisdom.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Maze

Psychological / emotional perspective: Psychologically, the maze may represent the variety of opinions and authoritative beliefs that we come up against in our ordinary, everyday world. We may be trying to find our own way through this mass of detail and we picture this in a dream as actually trying to find our way through a maze.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Maze

Material aspects: A maze often represents a confusion of ideas and feelings. There are conflicting urges and opinions and we often discover that, in attempting to find our way through the maze, we have learnt something about our own courage, our own ability to meet problems. Often there is the apparently irrational fear and doubt that arises from not being able to find our way in and out of the maze. This can allow us to release feelings of self-doubt and fear.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Maze

Dreaming about a maze signifies the need to face your feelings about someone or something directly.

If you dream of being in a hedge maze, you will have unexpected happiness where you were expecting disappointment.... My Dream Interpretation

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Maze

See Labyrinth.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Maze

see Labyrinth... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

Maze

Confusion and feeling lost; a maze is always of your own making, often as a cop-out to avoid making decisions and accepting responsibility.

If you are running around in the maze of life, imagine it changing into a freeway and get on with your growth.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Maze

Mazes can represent the almost endless task of hide-and-seek with issues that need to be made simpler and faced more directly. They can also signify feeling like a “rat in a maze.”... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

Maze

A complex or challenging path or process.

Confusion (such as a confused state of mind, or confusion about a certain decision).

Overwhelm.

A perceived challenge, puzzle, or problem in your real life.

Feeling unsure how to achieve a certain goal or create a certain situation in your life.

See also: Puzzle; Confused... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Maze / Labyrinth

A portent of uncertain times ahead, when you literally won’t know if you’re coming or going.

If the dreamer found his or her way out and wasn’t particularly concerned about it, then whatever problems you face will be set right and you can get on with your life. But if the dreamer was frightened, panicked, and kept running into dead ends, then the dream is telling him or her that it’s vital to calm down, try to relax, and face whatever appears to be stopping him from doing what he wants.

A change of direction is likely to be necessary.... Dream Explanations of Astro Center

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Monster

To dream of being pursued by a monster, denotes that sorrow and misfortune hold prominent places in your immediate future.

To slay a monster, denotes that you will successfully cope with enemies and rise to eminent positions.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Monster

See “nightmare”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Monster

1. Deep fear of something.

2. Deep fear of someone. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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New American Dream Dictionary

Monster

(See Beast)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Monster

A devouring beast is symbolic of a problem or spiritual enemy capable of swallowing your life, Jer. 51:34 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Christian Dream Symbols

Monster

Dreaming about monsters and demons is very common. They may represent negative forces inside of yourself and in your life. Most of the monsters are representing your own negative characteristics and tendencies.

The monster in your dreams could be your fear, bad temper, negativity, smoking habit, or anything else that is hurtful and needs to be changed.

The way that you deal with the monster in your dream is generally symbolic of the way you are dealing with the corresponding negativity in your daily life.

If you wake up from this dream and are very frightened, just remember that your mind created those images and that their purpose is to teach you something about yourself.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Monster

To dream of a monster or monstrous fish at sea is evil, but a monster on land is good, signifying evil enemies who will be impotent (Artemidorus). ... The Fabric of Dream

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The Fabric of Dream

Monster

Our own internal emotions or drives we are fright­ened of. Use the approaches in dream processing to change the monster into usable personal resources; dread of death; a monstrous deed done or lie lived; our negative relationship with the power which moves us to growing, mating and dying. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Monster

1- Any monster appearing in a dream is something that we have made larger than life. We have personalised it so that whatever is worrying us appears as a creature. It usually stands for our negative relationship with ourselves and fear of our own emotions and drives.

2- When, in everyday life, events get out of proportion we often have to suppress our reactions. In dreams we cannot do this and so our minds create some way of dealing with the problem. Often the colour of the monster (see Colour) will give us some indication of what the problem is, thus a red monster would indicate anger (possibly uncontrolled), whereas a yellow one might suggest resentment.

3- Fear of death and all that goes with it.

A monster can highlight a more childlike fear, and can be looked at thus.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Monster

(see Bed, Closet, Dreams, Dragon, Evil, Fables) The feared or unexplored aspects of your own nature.

Slaying a monster: Becoming the hero for your own life; transforming fear into victory and creativity (see Sword).

Repressed drives and ambitions that need to be expressed.... The Language of Dreams

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The Language of Dreams

Monster

To see a monster or monstrous fish in the sea, is not good; but out of the sea every fish and great monster is good, because then they can hurt no more, or save themselves. And therefore, besides that our dream signifies that our enemies cannot hurt us, it saith moreover that the wicked shall be punished.... The Complete Dream Book

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Monster

Depth Psychology: Monsters appearing in a dream reflect a fear of dying or hate directed toward oneself. Unresolved events or emotional experiences hiding beneath the surface have too much influence over you. Failing to learn how to control these energies may lead to serious problems. Seek professional help if monsters appear in your dreams frequently. See Demons, Mysterious Creatures.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Dreamers Dictionary

Monster

To see a Monster in the sea is not good; but out of the sea, good luck.... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book

Monster

See Shadow and Devil.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Strangest Dream Explanations

Monster

A monster is usually large and, therefore, can highlight a childlike fear – perhaps the fear of death and all that goes with it – or the fear of failure. Such an image tends to be encountered at some point in the hero’s journey.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Monster

Psychological / emotional perspective: When, in everyday life, events get out of proportion we often have to suppress our reactions. In dreams we cannot do this and so our minds create some way of dealing with the problem. Often the colour of the monster will give us some indication of what the problem is; a red monster would indicate anger (possibly uncontrolled), whereas a yellow one might suggest resentment.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Monster

Material aspects: Any monster appearing in a dream represents something that we have made larger than life. We have personalized it so that whatever is worrying us appears as a creature. It usually indicates our negative relationship with ourselves and fear of our own emotions and drives.

If we vanquish the monster, it is said that we must take care not to kill it, since we may be killing off part of our personality. Equally it should not be allowed to overcome us; self-survival kicks in and we will normally wake up before it does.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Monster

Dreams about monsters come from repressed emotions.

The monster may represent a side of your personality that makes you uncomfortable. This dream often means that you would do well to consider a change of direction, or give up a bad habit that’s unhealthy for you.... My Dream Interpretation

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Monster

Monsters represent the fearsomeness of the unconscious insofar as it is still unexplored.

If you overcome your fear, you will find in your unconscious all you need to complement your conscious ego. (In legends monsters guard treasure sought by a hero; in religious myths they guard mana-f\Hied things - sacred objects / places. Psychologically speaking, you are the hero, seeking your self; the sacred place is your inner core; ‘slaying’ the monster is bestowing love on a feared and repressed desire / drive / emotion, and so transforming it into a creative factor in your conscious life.) All that is now unconscious is destined to become conscious. That is why you have to Svrestle’ with the ‘monsters’.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

Monster

Fears of your own making, allowed to grow out of proportion through undue worry and attention. Any negative idea dwelt upon grows into something monstrous; it is but an illusion within your own mind. Make an effort to confront any monster in your dream; ask it what part of yourself it represents, what thought, belief, or fear. See the monster as a friend who has come to teach you something, bring you a gift. Picture the monster immediately upon awakening; imagine it unzipping its monster suit, and a little being steps out with a gift for you—insight. Remember all aspects of the dream are you.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Monster

In dreams, monsters take much more terrifying dimensions and shapes than any horror movie or novel. However, in spite of fear that they can provoke, if the figure reappears frequently in your dreams, you need to approach them and try to get to know them. Although they are frightening, it will give clear clues to your fears. Dreams are usually representations of ourselves, therefore, the dreaded monster can be a part of yourself that scares you. It could also represent people around you who are hard to relate to— parents, a boss, a partner—or aspects of life that scare you, like sex, old age, or death. Typically, monsters appear in children’s dreams. In this case, they represent the dominant and powerful role of adults in the lives of children.

It is recommended that you face whatever these monsters represent in your emotional life.

According to old books on dreams, to vanquish a monster in a dream means that you will overcome our enemies and become more important. The ancient peoples of Tibet believed that the most terrible monsters were divine guardians. Therefore, they symbolized those inner powers of being that could deter and defeat ignorance.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Monster

Dreams of monsters are usually caused by repressed emotions and fears. Some ugly and scary aspect of the dreamer’s personality may be reflected in, or confronted during, interaction with the monster.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

Monster

Your innermost fears or negative attitudes that are seen as larger than you can handle. See also NIGHTMARES; SURREALISM AND FANTASY... The Element Encyclopedia

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The Element Encyclopedia

Monster

If you dream of being hunted by a savage and terrible monster of any kind, you might want to try and face it if the dream recurs. Mystery is not so terrifying once it is identified and understood, since it becomes something you can recognize and therefore deal with.

If you do recognize your personal monster, you might also want to try and engage it in a dialogue. A classic way to interpret a difficult dream such as this was devised by Dr Frederick Perls, the distinguished Gestalt therapist. Take two chairs and place them opposite each other. You sit in one and imagine your dream monster or enemy in the other chair. Move between the chairs as you first ask and answer the questions. Try asking your dream monster what it wants, why it is in your dreams and why it is chasing you. The process may take some time, but eventually you (as the dream) may deliver a message that speaks to you. When that happens, you may find it easier to face your fears and interpret your dream. By understanding nasty nightmare animals, as well as people, places or things, you may be able to harness their energy and take back into your self those parts of your personality you have been trying to disown.

Animals in dreams reflect the animal or instinctual part of your nature, so if the fierce animal terrorizing you in a dream is a tiger, lion or snake, consider what this animal represents to you and what it says about your psychological state. Are you confining, restricting or subduing an important part of yourself? If you begin to get answers to these questions, you may find that the animals in your dreams become less fierce and threatening. It might also help to draw or write a description of your animal. Of course, your personal associations to the specific animals is of great importance here.

If your shadow—the part of yourself that you keep hidden—appears in your dreams as a monster, fierce animal, murderer, vampire, werewolf, ghost or other sinister threatening being, this may be a positive thing; it is your dreaming mind’s way of reintroducing the parts of yourself you are repressing in an effort to make you whole. See also ANIMALS; SPIRITS AND GHOSTS; SURREALISM AND FANTASY.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Monster

A subconscious fear or imagining.

A real-life situation in which you felt threatened or pursued.

A person or thing with whom you associate a certain characteristic of the monster (such as a monster’s red color representing the red pick-up truck that hit your car last week).

A monster coming after you can represent: a physical, emotional, or mental threat (or fear of one); An indicator of a Toxic Dream.

See also: Deformity; Werewolf; Vampire; Zombie; Ghost; Mythological Character... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Monster / Mythical Creature

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

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Monsters

Monster dreams in childhood reflect dramatically frightening things that have disturbed a child, in particular how frightening it can be for a child when the people they love and trust behave in an angry or scary way. This may be, for example, when a loving mother loses her temper or a caring dad disciplines his child. According to some psychologists, children dream of monsters because they are unwilling to believe anything bad about the people they are dependent on.

If you are a parent and feel that you are reflected in monster dreams, try to encourage your child to share these dreams with you. Bear in mind that, in some instances, the monster may reflect someone else in your child’s life: a sibling, an uncle or aunt, or even a neighbor. This is particularly so among school-age children who have to meet the expectation of peers and teachers.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Mythical Monster

(See Griffin) N... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Perfect Monsters

This dream is common to the middle childhood and preteen years. In the dream there is a repetitive task that needs to be performed usually at the command of monsters. The task is usually something gruesome or sinister, like digging graves or sorting body parts. The dreamer is horrified by the task but numbed by the repletion and tedium, and in the dream more likely to be upset about the workload than the actual nature of the task. This dream often reflects the stress of young children who feel they must achieve and meet standards imposed upon them. The unconscious is reminding them that the casualties of a task-orientated approach to life may be other desires, interests and feelings. Although many dreams during this stage of life reflect the joy of achievement and the desire for recognition, this dream represents the tension associated with high achievement.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Sea Monster

Symbolic of a demonic entity or attack on your life, Ps. 74:13... Christian Dream Symbols

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Sea Monster

To dream about a sea monster suggests that issues from your unconscious are struggling to come to the surface. You may need to see yourself more clearly, and face the unpleasant aspects of yourself, in order to become the person you want to be.

If you killed the monster in your dream, you will successfully deal with your personal issues and rise above them.... My Dream Interpretation

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Sea Monster

Sea monsters are mythical in nature and were created by seafarers of old telling tall tales. Any creature that lives in the deep ocean is a product of the unconscious mind. In the case of a mythological creature that might fall in the category of sea monster, what is being expressed relates to overblown fears of your own creation.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams