DREAM DICTIONARY - Black :Black is often a symbol for someone who you feel is evil, devious or manipulative. Think of anything like that. Has someone been making some nasty or critical comments? Has someone been trying to keep you in the dark?
Darkness is also a symbol for unhappiness and unpleasantness in general. Have you been especially unhappy? Have you been thinking about someone elses 'dark' existence?
Black is also a symbol of death. So if you have been worried about someone dying then that's possibly the cause. The dream probably doesn't mean much - we can worry about lots of things happening but it doesn't mean that they will come true. Dreams are not about the facts of your life they are about the feelings of your life.
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : Being bitten by a black dog symbolised the dreamers manager who was criticising him.
Example dream : A black snake linked to devious and nasty false accusations being made against the dreamer
Example dream : Black clouds and storms were linked to the dreamers partner who suffered terrible mood swings. Her temper was like a tornado which you have to shelter from.
Example dream : A dream about a black snake bite symbolised the dreamers fear that her grandmother would die
Example dream : Something black symbolised the dreamers own premonition of her death
Example dream : Black linked to the devious and evil world of stockbrokers - as the dreamer was thinking of changing stockbroker
Example dream : A huge black snake linked to the dreamers fears about his mother. In real life he was thinking "I fear my mother might be stricken by an illness. There might be dark days ahead." A snake is obviously a symbol which is associated with evil and in this case it probably links to "bad things happening" rather than evil.
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This website has a huge collection of dreams. The accuracy of the dream symbolism depends on a huge huge number of practical examples. If you have a dream which you feel you understand then please send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I would be delighted to add it to the collection.