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DREAM DICTIONARY - Wolf :

A wolf dream could symbolise anything gruelling and exhausting in your life right now. It could be that you have been worn down by false accusations. You might fear the worst in a harsh and cruel world. It could be that a relationship is at a last bitter stage or simply that you are experiencing poverty in some way. You might simply fear a confrontation.

The wolves may not be about hard times for yourself. It maybe a symbol showing how ruthless you realise you have been to others. That you should stop playing with danger and you should behave in a much more moral and fair way.

Wolves maybe a much more positive symbol. If you like wolves then surely a wolf dream could symbolise something positive. It maybe a symbol about your wish to live in a much more natural way living on your instincts. So if you have just been dabbling with alternative cultures then the dream maybe about this wish to explore new ideas and ways of living.

KEY WORDS : worn down, Nasty, selfish, relentless and hostile pursuit, failure, arguments, continuously hostile situation, hard times, bullying, the harsh reality, temper, ruthless and uncaring, someones true nature, complete exhaustion, raw sexual needs, Your own struggle, native american culture (think of how you might use these words and phrases to describe your feelings or intuitions right now. If you can think of something then your dream may portray that exact feeling in symbolic form e.g. your dream may play out a thought like "he showed how selfish he was yesterday")

KEY PHRASES :
- "The relationship has failed and we are seperating"
- "I shouted at him yesterday"
- "He is not supporting me in the way that I wish"
- "We are going through some hard times"
- "Something terrible has happened to the family"
- "He is nasty and selfish"
- "They were bullying me"
- "They are really nasty and interfering"
- "I take on the challenge of life and admire the ability of the wolf to survive in the natural world"
(wolf dreams have been found to link to thoughts like these. Try to think if thoughts like these have been on your mind)

QUESTIONS to help you make associations(pick the one that makes most sense to you)
- Are there arguments within some group?
- Have you been the subject of bullying recently?
- Have you been going through hard times?
- Has some relationship just failed?

EXAMPLE DREAMS

Example dream : A wolf symbolised the huge fight the dreamer had with her Nan the night before. It was similarly gruelling and ruthless
Example dream : Wolves in a dream linked to the dreamer coming under pressure to get an arranged marriage. The wolves were symbolic of this cultural pressure to get married .
Example dream : A dream of wolves in a bleak landscape linked to the dreamer breaking up with her husband. The wolves symbolised the harsh reality of the break up and her feeling worn down by the split.
Example dream : A dream of a wolf biting a baby linked to the dreamer wanting support from his brother. He was trying to put a lot of effort into a multimedia project but his brother was not helping at all. This was good for their careers. The wolf bit symbolised the possible failure of this project and the feeling that his brother just didn't care.
Example dream : An angry wolf snarling dream linked to the dreamer thinking about the things she had said to her partner the day before. She accused him of cheating and later found out I was wrong. She felt really bad about this and was worrying that she was turning into her father who could have a nasty temper.
Example dream : A dream where wolves were running towards her linked to the dreamer finding out her boyfriend had cheated on her whilst she was still with him. The wolves symbolised the ruthless and uncaring way he had treated her.
Example dream : A dream of wolves chasing after the dreamer linked to him being bullied at work. The wolves symbolised the feeling of being picked and bullied.
Example dream : A dream of a wolf like from the 'Never ending story' linked to the dreamer thinking about a woman on the internet who had annoyed her the day before. She was so uncaring about her boyfriends child. The child was totally innocent yet she was saying things which were really nasty. The wolf symbolised this woman and her ruthless and uncaring behaviour.
Example dream : A dream where the dreamer dreamt that she was a wolf linked her wish to pursue her goals and her own struggle in life.
Example dream : A wolf in a dream linked to a stressful situation which had really been wearing down the dreamer (wolves wear down their prey).
Example dream : The wolves in the dream symbolised the harsh reality of the dreamers life. He was thinking the night before that bad things happen for no reason. Previously he thought that he was being protected and never felt anything truly bad could happen. Now he was worried that things could get much worse.
Example dream : A wolf attack dream took place as the dreamer realised that she was in danger of cheating on her boyfriend. She woke up and decided to cut off contact with this other guy. The wolf symbolised how she had been playing with danger (her cheating could cause real problems). (You do not cheat as you are playing with fire - it will provoke a huge ferocious attack - like a wolf)
Example dream : A gigantic wolfhound symbolised the dreamers mother who died the next day. The wolf representing the harsh reality and ruthless nature of death. (wolves will hunt you down without mercy)
Example dream : A wolf dream was brought on by the dreamers thoughts about her boyfriend who was being more sexually demanding just recently. The wold was a symbol for his raw sexual needs. (the wolf representing raw 'animal' sexual needs)
Example dream : A wolf dream represented the dreamers fears that a confrontation would take place. She was not wanting to get drawn into a hostile dispute.
Example dream : A pack of wolves dream represented the dreamers bad relationship. This was now a continuously hostile situation which was wearing the dreamer down. (wolves wear down their prey relentlessly)
Example dream : A pack of wolves symbolised a woman who hated the dreamer. She had tried to manipulate the situation but was found out. The wolves represented this relentless and hostile pursuit. (wolves wear down they prey)
Example dream : A pack of wolves symbolised the ruthless way in which the dreamers girlfriend acted in dumping him.
Example dream : A dream where the dreamer became a wolf symbolised the dreamers love of nature and willingness to campaign on such issues. (wolves are wonderful examples of nature - they roam freely)
Example dream : A wolf chasing the dreamer symbolised her complete exhaustion working full time and looking after her grandmother. She felt completely worn down as if chased by wolves.
Example dream : Prior to his wolf dream the dreamer was thinking about his Native American culture. The wolf symbolised this cultures link with nature - Native Americans loved nature and lived as one with the natural world.
Example dream : A wolf symbolised false accusations which were wearing down the dreamer.
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