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WEREWOLVES IN DREAMS:
Understanding dreams is not so difficult. In practice dream
symbols translate into certain words within the English
language. For instance a "werewolf" dream may simply capture the feeling that someone has changed out of all recognition. Maybe they have suddenly shown a darker and more evil side to them. The dream could capture this exact feeling "my science teacher has always been polite and kind but yesterday he went beserk at someone when they did not do their homework". Such a dream would work on the metaphor of the changeling which suddenly shows a wilder and very different side.
Here is the full list of simple key words and phrases which link to werewolf dreams. Try to think which of these are relevant in your life right now. If you can think of anything then your dream may simply tap into that theme within your life at the moment.
- "rage" (Think of how rage features in your mind right now. Were you shocked by someone's rage yesterday? If so your dream will simply note this new side to someone's nature. Is there a rage inside you right now? If so then the dream will express all those pent up feelings inside you as the rage spills over into the dreams. It may mark your realisation that you need to control this temper)
- "wild sexual activity" (Werewolves are linked to all kinds of violent and wild sexual activity. Werewolf films were often verging on soft porn featuring all kinds of wild sexual perversions and urges. Has wild sex been a theme in your life recently in any way? If so the dream maybe the way your mind expresses this sexual theme. Your dream is likely to pinpoint some key new feeling in relation to this wild sex. Write something down which pinpoints your feelings - your dream will probably tap into those exact feelings. So if you write down "My boyfriend has started making lots of wild sexual advances" then the dream probably taps into that exact theme.)
- "seeing a whole new side to someone" (A werewolf is a changeling and represents such a theme within our daily lives. It may seem extreme but we all experience changeling's in everyday life. Think of someone who suddenly explodes and loses their temper or someone who suddenly shows a new devious side to their personality. Changeling's primarily transform themselves physically but in dreams they will symbolise a change in personality. A changeling dream will capture your shock at someone showing a new side to them)
- "bored" (The mind needs stimulating and so if you are not doing something then your mind needs to find an outlet for all the unused energies inside you. Emotions simply spill over into dreams and a bored mind may start exploring all sorts of fantastical themes. Certain things may exacerbate this such as the environment you live in - do you live in a small town and wish for more excitement? Does your wish for excitement find outlets in weird and extreme ways?)
- "fantasy" (This is linked to the previous item. Fantasy is the outlet of the bored. If nothing is happening to us then we start to invent wild stories inside us to keep ourselves entertained)
- "hypocrisy" (A werewolf is a changeling and has two distinct sides. One maybe friendly whilst the other is much less so. Its possible that a werewolf dream symbolises your dislike of someone who has been hypocritical. Someone who pretends to be perfectly friendly and helpful but in fact is not helping at all and secretly criticises you.)