If you have seen this nocturnal, roguish creature walking into your dreams at night, you should try to capture every element of that dream to obtain a clear understanding of what that dream means and what your subconscious is trying to signal you.
To have a dream with a raccoon in it with its lovely black face mask might suggest that you have lacked sleep, and because of that, you have been developing dark circles. Thus, you need to get some rest and compensate for that lost sleep, or you might end up feeling so damn tired that you haven’t taken a shut-eye or even relaxed in a coon’s age, which happens to be a long time as people used to think that raccoon’s have considerably large life span.
We could go beyond this playful language to interpret what these dreams mean. One of the most apparent symbols being the ‘mask’ that they have on their face makes the raccoon look like an outlaw or a mugger.
If you see the adorably cute face of a raccoon in your dreams, it seems to give a message that you need to think twice before interacting with people in your waking life. People seem different from what they are; people these days seem to have many layers, and with those layers come different masks that you need to keep in mind. People can change over their words like they mean nothing, but it is always up to you to believe and what not to believe. These raccoons may be cute and everything, but all this cuteness is just a facade as they can be extremely dangerous and create havoc, particularly one that seems injured or feeling threatened.
In the same way, the people in your life might be hiding their ulterior motives behind a facade of wanting the best for you. All these superficial motives will not be suitable for you or the people around you. You need to search for instances when they let guard down and take off the mask .when a raccoon arrives, the creature wants you to look past the act of others and onto their motives; the critter might be a warning for you to watch your back during the waking hours and to avoid all kinds of bitching, jealousy back-biting, gossip and defamation.
As you may know, an average person usually splits their behavior two ways: a private self and a public self. The public self is the mask we have on for others to see. Still, the personal self is something that only people you care about know, and you like to keep it that way because somewhere on the line, we think that it is a cruel world out there, and not all people need to know your vulnerable side. This representation can be easily justified by you putting on a mask yourself. The raccoon enters your dream to remind you to get back to your roots, need the authentic self, and embrace who you are without satisfying the high demands that others have.
The presence of a racon in your dreams, mainly if the dream is a narrative during the daytime hours as raccoons are nocturnal, brings up the question, why do you feel the need to disguise yourself behind masks or be someone that isn’t synonymous with your form self? Are you trying to fit into a new environment so that you can be accepted? Do you find it easy to interact with people when you have this mask on? Perhaps the question that you do need to ask yourself is why you need to distance yourself from people and feel less vulnerable?
Just as the outlaw signs of the raccoon can get a bit of mischief, such signs are not always a bad thing to have, and this is an instinct that is synonymous with self-preservation.
The bandit signifies an array of features such as mischievousness, wise, witty, and cleverness. This way, the raccoon might represent the positive aspects of your shadow self, whereas the raccoon is teaching you what attributes are the best to work on.
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