Many of us feel anxiety after even thinking about reptiles, let alone come face to face with one or even dream of one. There are people out there attempting to house a snake both big and small, alligators, turtles, tortoises, and a wide array of lizards. But a vast majority of people are the ones that have a feeling of downright fear when it comes to reptiles and it may be due to the lack of knowledge about these species.
In any case, when one comes face to face with a wild reptile, it’s always better to stay away from them and not let them get to you because their thing doesn’t precisely include them walking away. As humans, we have a pretty strong sense of self-preservation and even a good common sense that these reptiles lack.
Reptiles symbolize basic needs, basic leanings, and many of us have even come across the term ‘reptile brain,’ which functions on solely basic instincts and no emotion and lack the ability to make decisions based on sympathy, something that we come across among humans. We seem to create a sense that would overcome conflict when making an unbiased decision, but some of the ‘reptile brains’ don’t seem to have these features.
With these attributes, it is easier to understand what they are trying to convey, and their dream messages can be pretty unfiltered, and they give these insights in the dream realm, all in the safety of our comfy beds! For starters, reptiles are creatures known to have super thick and semi impenetrable skin to protect them from their predators.
When a scaly reptile enters your dream, it is a reminder for you to have a thick skin regarding a situation and not let other people’s intentions - that may not be good - get to you and affect your judgment. You should refrain from allowing this stuff to get to you and strike the chords of your emotional stability.
Reptiles are cold-blooded; it means that they need to spend some time out in the sun trying to warm themselves up. Their metabolism and eating habits differ from that of a mammal. They eat less than mammals and require far less energy to get through their day. If such creatures show up in your dream, it is a sign for you to adapt to your environment, strive for a state of internal balance, be in tune with your exposure to nature, and carefully consider your diet intake.
The type of reptile that shows up in your dream is also of vital importance when breaking down these dreams as they give out a meaning even by their appearance. Snakes give the message of wisdom, alertness, eternity, resurrection, and rejuvenation.
Sighting of alligators and crocodiles in dreams gives messages synonymous with aggression, predatory signs, and connections with both water and earth elements, making them symbols of consciousness and deep thoughts about things.
Turtles and tortoises stand for self-sufficiency and adapting to nature and the environment that you are in. Native Americans associate the earth with the back of the shell, and this can be a clear sign of your need to reconnect to the earth and get back to your roots and ground yourself as being wealthy means nothing when you do not hold yourself down well enough. It is because the higher a tree grows, the more it is at the risk of falling if its roots aren’t strong enough.
These reptiles are as cold-blooded as any other reptile. If there is a lesson to be learned from them, it has to be the lesson of recognizing your skills, enhancing them, and then using them adaptively. If it is a komodo dragon, it gives you a lesson of explosive power and aggressive actions.
A reptile is used to provide you with an insight into what your dream symbol might mean. The term reptile is used to represent someone’s sneaky, disrespectful, hateful, or stale feelings. It might mean that you need to be cautious and be aware of letting people in your life that only have the best interest for you in their hearts.
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