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Association: – Instinct & Appetite; Threat & Loyalty. Question: – What instincts are a threat to me? Who or what is my instinctive loyalty? In general: Wolf symbolizes aggressive impulses, instincts and desires, which can be dangerous, if dreamer has not mastered it better. Commonly it is understood as a reference to an external threat or a hostile people. Psychologically: The wolf is a very dangerous animal. In the dream, he appears as… Continue reading

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In general: Servants (Butler) is usually understood as a warning, the following circumstances of the dream must be observed: – servants may see a warning about false friends who are indeed trying a servile love, yet have only selfish interests in mind. – Even servant shows often that one is being exploited by others, without the right to see. – Serves can be indicative of a chronic state of exhaustion due to illness or revision and relaxation ca… Continue reading

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Association: Natural life, return to the simple things in life. Question: I denied my basic needs? I am well grounded? Psychologically: An icon for the connection of the simple life (in nature) with casual social contacts. Who dreams of being positive, open for the various meetings and for a changing environment: a common dream during a phase of life where you do not want to define you – you want to look around and compare before you. Who… Continue reading

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Mad Dog

Traditionally: European – To dream mad, angry or furious dob: falsehood being unmasked and disproved unfair allegations; Also: happy time for sure. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation Mad – mentally ill or insane + Dog – wild animal of the dog family. Synonyms verb: pursue, chase, tail; noun: pooch, canine, hound; plural: dogs, canines, hounds, pooches. Synonyms for Mad adjective: crazy, insane, lunatic, demented, w… Continue reading

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