Elephants are amazing creatures to say the least. They bring to mind all sorts of exotic imagery. They are majestic, strong, and graceful despite their size. If you are wondering what your dreams about elephants mean, you have come to the right place. In this blog post, we will do an in depth dive into elephant dream meaning.
The general meaning of elephant dreams
Without any other contextual cues in your dream, if the main focus of your nighttime vision involves this animal, your subconscious is trying to communicate to you regarding your personal strength. I’m not talking about your ability to lift stuff or how many pounds or kilos you can push. I’m talking about your ability to stand by your convictions, deal with external pressures, and do whatever it takes or however long it takes to pursue your goals and achieve your dreams.
It takes strength to achieve any kind of success in life. It also takes strength to even to. You have to have this internal resource to make it through wherever you are and at whatever time in your life.
Your subconscious is trying to draw your attention to the fact that you need to either reevaluate how you define your strength or where to get it or where to direct it. This is not necessarily a warning, not like dream of an airplane crashing or worse yet, a rape or prison dream. But it’s more of a reminder to take stock of what you have.
You might be laboring under some false assumptions about what you can and cannot do. There might be better uses of your internal resources.
Another common meaning of elephants in dreams involves financial abundance. But this is a little bit tricky. If you come from an Asian cultural background, you probably have heard this before. But there’s a tweak to it. You have to pay attention to the trunk of the elephant.
If the trunk is downcast, then there is no financial abundance. Instead, your dream is telling you that you need to hang on to your financial resources because there are tough times ahead.
You have to learn how to be more frugal. You have to make every cent in your pocket stretch as far as you can.
Again, this is not necessarily a bad thing. It is a call to financial prudence. But if the trunk of the elephant is extended up or better yet, there are several elephants with this pose, this indicates that there are certain opportunities that are already present in your life or about to enter your life that you should take advantage of.
They can lead to financial abundance. Now, what makes this interesting is that a lot of the time, people meet with financial abundance and they’re unprepared. They’re like lottery winners. All this money comes rushing in and just as quickly, all that money vaporizes.
They are left with very little. Why? Their mental wallets haven’t changed. They’re still thinking like economically struggling people.
It’s hard to pour the blessings of the material blessings of the universe into the lives of a person who only seeks to collect such blessings in a tiny cup. Do you see how this works?
So the elephant with its trunk extended up is trying to tell you to claim the abundance that you are working so hard to materialize.
You put in all this work. Maybe you have invested blood, sweat, and tears. It really would be a shame for your big breakthrough to come and you can only collect and hang on to a tiny fraction of it.
Expand your mental wallet. Give yourself permission to be rich in so many different ways. And one way to do this is by generosity. Because have you ever noticed that truly rich people don’t really care about the price? They care about the experience. And that’s why they continue to become wealthy because that’s how they look at opportunities.
They don’t look at how much I am going to walk away with? Instead, they think about how big can I build this? How many people can I touch with this? Do you see how this works?
Finally, elephants that play a central role in your dreams can be a positive omen that encompasses a wide range of personal and social assets. For instance, it can indicate that you should be more in touch with your intelligence.
Now, a lot of people define intelligence as the ability to make logical deductions and use reasoning. That’s one form of intelligence. Others even confuse intelligence with the ability to memorize stuff.
But the more important aspect of intelligence involves other people. In other words, you are able to deploy what you have picked up in the past to provide value to the lives of other people. There is a social utility to this type of intelligence and part of it is emotional intelligence.
Learning how to read people, being able to put yourself in other people’s shoes, and ultimately, being able to see the world from a different pair of eyes. This might seem like “small” abilities. But in reality, this is your ultimate value to the world. I know, this just comes as a shock, but you don’t exist for yourself. You have to provide some sort of value to others.
You have to be a conduit of blessing to the universe. Which leads to the spiritual subtext of this third general interpretation. Your mindset or your way of looking at the world exists for a higher purpose. This higher purpose involves being of service to others to make people’s lives better. It is not just about you.
What does it mean to dream of a white elephant?
If you are seeing an albino elephant in your dream, this indicates that your subconscious is detecting that a lot of your ideas regarding certain areas of your life are misplaced. They may make sense in other contexts, but you’re trying to basically fit a square peg in a round hole.
You’re putting in all this energy and emotional resources into something that ultimately is not workable. At the very best, you will get mediocre results and at worst, you’re wasting resources. Learn to know the difference between theory and practice.
Please understand that people do things a certain way not because they’re dumb or they have nothing else better to do. A lot of the time, the things that people are doing currently are the best evolved practices for that kind of activity.
So you have to come in with that level of respect before you try to pick everything apart because you think you know better.
What does it mean to dream of a golden elephant?
The most obvious interpretation of this is that there is going to be a tremendous amount of abundance pouring into your life. This is, of course, all relative.
If you’re already making $100,000 a month and you are told that there will be abundance in your life, your expectation would be it’s going to be at least several multiples of that amount.
On the other hand, if you are barely getting by with $2 a day, then anything north of that would be an amazing blessing. Keep this in mind. Because at the end of the day, it’s all relative. And it’s always a good idea to be thankful for what you get.
As long as it is more than what you’re getting and as long as it fits the trajectory that you have set for yourself, then it’s a win. Unfortunately, a lot of people who the world would define as truly successful, cheat themselves out of the satisfaction that success supposedly brings.
Their eyes are so fixed on a specific amount or in a specific state of being that anything less is nothing but failure to them.
On the one hand, this can lead to a tremendous amount of blessings to other people who are benefited by that person moving up in life. But for that person, it can be a living hell because nothing is ever enough. You’re like that horse with a carrot on a stick in front of it.
No matter how hard you run after that carrot, it is never enough. Because that’s how you have set up your expectations. If you’re seeing golden elephants in your dream, your subconscious is telling you, “I can see success up ahead.”
Allow yourself at least that moment of realization that yes, I have succeeded. I have made my dreams come true. Let the motion sink in and then move forward.
Don’t zip through that because it’s crucial. It gives you some sort of emotional rewards because at the end of the day, you’ll reach a point where the material rewards really aren’t an issue. The issue is what spiritual rewards are you after.
And if you flip the script and focus mostly on the material rewards and disregard the emotional spiritual rewards, you end up cheating yourself. Nothing will ever be enough.
What does it mean to dream about a baby elephant?
If you see a baby elephant, this indicates a surprise in your life. Some dream interpreters call it “twist of faith.” Either somebody will come into your life and turn it upside down for the better or somebody can plant an idea in your head that may seem awesome but eventually lead to something that is confusing.
Now, here’s the interesting thing. None of this on an obvious level leads to disaster. But depending on your mindset, you can try to “fix things” to the point that everything breaks down and you become miserable.
So understand the importance of pleasant surprises and give people the benefit of the doubt up to a certain point. But if their intentions are clean, then be more trusting. Because you’d be surprised as to how one idea or one suggestion can help you make things happen in certain areas of your life where you feel that you’ve come to an impasse or things simply cannot be improved upon.
What does it mean to dream about many baby elephants?
Normally, this is a good sign because this indicates the incoming flow of different ideas that can help take your life to a whole other level when it comes to different areas of your existence.
But the problem is, there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. It depends on how many baby elephants flow through your dreams. If it becomes a wild pack of elephants, no matter how seemingly well-behaved they are, you can’t handle the volume. So there’s a part of you that automatically tries to take control and hang on to what you have and you stop growing.
Regardless, usually, many baby elephants in dreams indicates a sign of abundance and a flow of positive emotions. There’s definitely a sense that things are moving along and things are possible. But the key is to manage your emotions in such a way that you can take full advantage of the opportunities as they arise.
What does it mean to dream about a mother elephant feeding her baby?
If you’re a woman and you have this dream, this indicates that your subconscious is trying to draw your attention to take better care of your children. I’m not talking about spending more money on them. I’m not talking about giving them more material things. Instead, spend more time on them, listen to them, teach them, and learn from them.
Also, understand the power of your unspoken communication. Did you know that just by looking at somebody, you’re telling them volumes about who you are, who they are, who you think they are, and what they can and cannot be?
This is especially true if the person is somebody very close to you. Over 80%, according to some behavioral experts, of the things we communicate are done non-verbally. I’m talking about facial gestures, posture, body language, that kind of thing.
So be very careful about how you communicate with your children and the channels that you use. Because if the underlying message that they get is you cannot be bothered and you are so focused on your career or your man or something else, that they are secondary to you, how do you think they will turn out? How do you think they will behave around other people? How do you think they will deal with intimacy issues?
If you’re a man or you don’t have children, when you see a mother elephant feeding her baby, this indicates family issues. Stop neglecting your family. Try to simply be there for them.
If you’re a man and you have children, provide for your children. Again, I’m not just talking about money. I’m talking about giving them advice, helping them, or encouraging them to solve their problems.
And it all starts in very basic terms. When your kids ask you about games or they’re trying to do something, don’t automatically do it for them. Instead, ask questions or try to mix things up so you can trigger their own internal problem solving capabilities.
This is how you become a good father. Not by automatically giving stuff because that will stunt your kid and make them dependent. Instead, be there for them to foster independence, resourcefulness, problem solving and intuition.
What does riding an elephant in a dream mean?
Generally speaking, this means that there’s some sort of conflict or confrontation already happening in your life or about to happen. Of course, you are kind of hesitant to deal with this. Maybe it involves a family member. Maybe it involves somebody that has a position of respect or power in the organization that you’re in, notably your work.
You understand that if you step on the wrong toes, this can cause a chain reaction that may lead to some negative results. So you’re trying to watch your words, you’re trying to watch your actions, but make sure that you are looking to resolve the issue.
Don’t try to avoid the problem. And definitely, don’t engage in passive aggressive behavior. Because that’s just going to make things worse. Just like riding an elephant can be rough and involves a lot of ups and downs and even violent jolting, eventually, when you go through this dance of interpersonal signals and reception, you will be able to achieve victory over your fears.
Because at the end of the day, if you are open to the truth and you are motivated by a sincere desire to help others as well as help yourself, things will work out. But your hands have to be clean.
What does killing an elephant in a dream represent?
When you kill an elephant in your dream, this can indicate that you are willing to let go of financial security or the ability to achieve financial security in the service of some higher goal.
Now, on the surface, this can seem even noble or might even be a good idea, but be aware of what you are after. Because in reality, this can be a sign of desperation and insecurity. Too many people quickly compromise their values, as well as their hopes and dreams, for chump change.
You only need to look at the Hebrew Bible and the story of Jacob and his older brother, Esau. Esau was very hungry one day and he went into the camp, and Jacob was making some food. And Esau said, “Give me some of that food.” Then Jacob said, “Give me your birthright.”
And without thinking, Esau said, “Okay, you have my birthright. Now, you’re the older brother.” And you can tell that he’s basically laughing it off. But this symbolic transfer of birth order is immense. And a lot of people are all too eager to give up on their birthright claim to a meaningful life.
So they settle for shit jobs, they settle for crappy relationships, and they settle for less than meaningful relationships with themselves. Because they’re thinking this is better than starving. But is it really better?
You’re born, you grow up, and then you die. There’s another face in the crowd. It’s as if you were never here. Is that really what you want? This dream dream image of killing elephants is very profound. Your subconscious is trying to communicate deep truths to you.
If I were you, I would wake up in a cold sweat and really start doing some deep assessment of my life, its meaning so far, and whether I’m happy with it or not.
What does it mean to be afraid of elephants in your dream?
If you’re definitely afraid of elephants in your dream, this can indicate that you have issues with conflict resolution. You’re the type of person who worries himself or herself sick about stuff that has yet to happen.
At the end of the day, you’re worried more about being worried than actually dealing with the problem. The truth is you have what it takes to overcome pretty much all of the world’s problems.
Now, I know that comes as a shock to a lot of people because a lot of us feel overwhelmed. But in reality, the fact that you have made it this far means that you have it in you to solve your problems. You just have to be in the right emotional state. You also have to have the right timeline.
You have to ask yourself, “Okay, if I can’t go through the front door today, I can try the side door tomorrow. If that doesn’t work, I can always try the roof the next day and the day after that, I can try the back door. If none of these options are panning out, I can try the basement.”
You see how this works? And if that doesn’t work, then you try the front door again after some time. This tenacity and unwillingness to take no for an answer, as well as flexibility, can lead to victory.
So stop being afraid of fear. Because at the end of the day, it’s just a form of emotional laziness. You just don’t want to deal with it. You know full well you have it in you to fix your problems. You just don’t want to deal with it. You just don’t want to be bothered.
What does it mean to dream of a friendly elephant?
If you see a friendly elephant that is stroking you with its trunk and just being charming, this indicates that you are flirting with all sorts of personal advancement opportunities. While the most common example of this involves finances like getting a better job, going for a promotion, or starting your own business, this can also apply to many different areas of your life.
This can mean deciding to work out or considering joining a gym, that kind of thing. The problem with this type of dream imagery is that there is no resolution. You’re just in love with the plan. It’s like a person who is getting fatter and fatter looking in the mirror and just thinking, “Okay, I’m gonna join a gym or I’m going to download this fitness app and this fat that I see getting worse and worse in the mirror, that’s going to go away.”
While it’s important to have plans, they’re worthless if you don’t act on them. Just as it’s great to see a friendly elephant in your dream, there is really no resolution. You’re just at the moment enjoying your positive feelings. But it doesn’t lead anywhere and that’s what makes this dangerous.
Because so many people waste their lives thinking about, “I will be able to do this one day or tomorrow or starting next week. I will do this.” Well, I’m sorry to report. Tomorrow never comes.
What does it mean to be chased by an elephant in your dream?
Your subconscious is trying to communicate to you that someone is trying to challenge you in your real life. In your waking life, somebody is going to make you uncomfortable. Now, don’t panic. This might be just what you need to stop looking at the mirror as you get fatter and fatter and comforting yourself or even numbing yourself with these comforting ideas of being able to change your situation.
I’m telling you, all the positive ideas in the world are not going to change your real life situation one bit until and unless you act on them. And there is going to be a person who will appear in the future or your subconscious already detecting them in your life who will say or do something that will push you off the fence.
I know a person who was getting really morbidly obese. And he kept telling me, “I’ll deal with it later” or “I’m thinking of joining a gym. I watch a lot of YouTube weight loss videos. Eventually, I will be able to take care of this. I plan to do it.”
Well, nothing happened. He just got bigger and bigger. Until one day, he ran into the mother of his ex-girlfriend. This is the mother of the woman he almost married. And her reaction to him was, â€You’re a fat pig now.” I mean, of course, he tried to pass it off as a joke but it cut deep.
And you know what my friend did? The next day, he walked a mile. And then after that, he walked a mile and a half. And then after that, he started doing push ups. It’s been several months now and the guy looks like a completely different man.
Stop fearing people who make you uncomfortable. Stop blocking off people that offend you or make you feel bad. Because a lot of the time, these are precisely the kinds of people that the universe sends your way to get you off your ass.
The same goes with your income. Because let’s face it, there’s roughly two types of people on this planet. There are people who are proactive. These are the individuals who get excited about the possibility of change so they do whatever it takes to run after that change. They have big dreams and they’re willing to put in the work to make those dreams a reality.
These are proactive people. And guess what? The mass media and the mass culture that we’re in, the United States and in the West, idolizes this type of mindset because this is the ideal.
But what is the reality? Reality is the second group of people which is the vast majority of us. We are the ones who would barely put in the work just so we don’t get fired at our jobs. We’re the ones who do the bare minimum to get from day-to-day.
At the same time, we fill our heads up with all sorts of ideas about what it’s like to live an amazing life. Great vacations, amazing bodies, great health, but we get sicker and sicker. And our lives are meaningless and boring because we are not living up to our fullest potential.
And we are not going to change what we do and how we live until we feel that our backs are against the wall. We only lift a finger to change our situation when we feel threatened. So if you are this second type of person and there’s a high likelihood that you are, look at people who make you feel uncomfortable as blessings.
When somebody calls you fat, ugly, poor, or a loser, don’t automatically block them off and give into your feelings. Use that surge of negative feelings or that sense of reaction to your advantage. Instead of saying, “Fuck you! How dare you say that? You don’t know me! Suck my dick.”
Instead of automatically going into that mindset, change your script. Tell them , “Watch me. Oh, is that what you say? I’ll prove you wrong.”
See where you end up. Because a lot of times, reaction is the better approach than “proaction.” It better matches reality.
What does it mean to see an elephant in the room in your dream?
Your subconscious is trying to play a trick on you. It’s kind of cute. There is an old saying in the United States that there is an 800 pound elephant in the room. What this means is that there is a reality in your life that you and people close to you refuse to see and talk about, but you know it’s there.
A common example of this is alcoholism in the family. Everybody knows that mom is a lush but people don’t want to talk about it. They walk on eggshells around the topic. And what do you think happens to the problem? That’s right, it doesn’t go away just like that 800 pound elephant in the room.
Your subconscious is trying to tell you that you have to stop living in denial because things are not going to improve if you pretend certain realities do not exist. The good news is that they are realities only until the point that you choose for them not to be part of your reality.
Put in a more blunt way, you can shape your own reality through the decisions that you make. If you look at your bank account and you’re not happy with the numbers that you see, you can start making different choices. Maybe you can take a second job, maybe you can quit your job or go back to school, or you can go to night school.
There’s so many things you can do. But whining doesn’t help nor does constantly numbing yourself by saying, “I’m going to fix this later on.” That doesn’t help either.
What does it mean to see an elephant swimming in your dream?
This is one of the most tranquil dreams you could ever get. When you see an elephant swimming in your dream and it’s relaxed and seemingly enjoying itself, you are going through the best times of your life.
Now, a lot of people will find this shocking because maybe they’re in an unhappy relationship. Maybe they are not happy with certain areas of their life. Maybe they’re less than content. Maybe they feel that they’re not earning as much.
Whatever that source of distress is, they would not label themselves happy. But your subconscious sees differently. Accept the blessings that you’re swimming in right now. Because if you don’t, it’s only a matter of time until it all disappears and then you will find something else to complain about.
There’s an old saying in the US Navy, “You know he’s happy because he’s complaining.” There are a lot of people who just make a ritual of finding faults and complaints. But the truth is, until you practice gratitude wherever you are, it will never be enough. It will only get worse.
What does it mean to dream of elephants fighting?
It could indicate a conflict of visions. You are a product of your vision. You have a vision of your life. I know that vision seems like a grandiose word but no other word will do. Because if you pick apart what you believe about how life should be, who you are, where you can and cannot go, who you can and cannot be, that is your vision. It projects itself into the future and it tries to explain the past.
When you see elephants fighting in your dream, this indicates that your current or old vision is going through some changes. For the new to arise, it must first kill off the old.
Karl Marx had this idea of dialectical materialism. You start out with an idea and then there’s the anti-idea, and they clash. And then out comes the synthesis. And then pretty soon, it also develops its own shadow that attacks it. And then out of that conflict comes a new one.
This is how he explained how slave society gave way to the feudal society which gave way to the industrial age. And all these ages had conflicts between the slave owners and the slaves, the factory owners and the workers, until it all culminates into a classless society called communism.
This is an ideological example of how clashes of visions work. And this takes place not just in the macroeconomic and political spheres, it happens within people as well. You are the results of the ideas that you choose to embrace and reject. So be aware that this is going on and pick the direction.
Unfortunately, a lot of people are under the impression that they’re just this mindless machines who are victims of their lives because they really did not pick the life that they’re living and that they’re not living in a world that they created.
Talk about playing the game to lose. You are in more control than you give yourself credit for. Your life, however it turned out and however it is unfolding, is simply the result. The causes are in your head. If you want different results, play around with the causes.
What does it mean to see a flying elephant in a dream?
Maybe you just watched the Disney classic Dumbo and you saw this, but all joking aside, when you see flying elephants in your dreams, your subconscious is telling you that all bets are off when it comes to your ideas. Nothing is off the table and you are now free to dream as big as you possibly can.
This is a very liberating kind of feeling and can lead to amazing results because now, you have changed your mindset regarding what is possible. You have to understand that when President John F Kennedy announced to the world that the United States is going to put a man on the moon, a lot of people laughed at him.
The technology simply didn’t exist at that time. But the dream was so powerful that it galvanized and motivated people to come up with solutions. You should do the same. You should dream big. If you’re reading this and you’re making less than $100,000 a year, dream about making a million.
As the old saying goes, “To get to the moon, you have to aim for the sun.” In other words, your dream is so big, so outlandishly bold that even if you come within a tiny fraction of achieving that dream, you still end up in a much better place. You see how this works?
So welcome that flying elephant in your dream. That’s an amazing dream to have because it speaks to your personal sense of possibility and adventure. And it all starts with the size of your ideas.
What does it mean to see elephants running away from lions in a dream?
Your subconscious is trying to use this metaphor to tell you that you don’t have to automatically let go of your life visions and dreams just because there are people who suck out your joy.
Unfortunately, a lot of these people are in our families. They’ve been burned by life. Things haven’t turned out as they had expected. So misery loves company. Basically, the thesis of their life is “If I can’t make it, why should you? If I can find happiness and fulfillment, then I’ll make damn sure nobody in my family does.”
And what complicates this is that we love these people. There are sides to them that we can’t live without because they’re kind, generous, giving, comforting, encouraging, except for a few toxic parts of their personality. So how do you make sense of this?
The problem is that you can get so overwhelmed by clinging to the parts we love that the toxicity starts to poison us. And that’s why our subconscious frames this in the form of elephants running away from lions. But the truth is, you can draw from their strengths and encourage those aspects while taking into consideration their negative dimensions.
This is where the old saying, “Take it with a grain of salt” comes in. So accept the good, filter out the bad or contain it, and be there for that person as they grow, and possibly even be the catalyst for them to overcome their issues. But definitely don’t play psychiatrist to them.
What does it mean to see just the elephant’s head in your dream?
If all you can see in your dream is the head of an elephant but it is some sort of hunter’s trophy, your subconscious is telling you that you are finally focused on a goal and are finally putting in the effort to realize it.
You’re obviously not there yet because all you can see is the elephant’s head but things are beginning to fall into place. Keep going.
You have to understand that for any kind of major life change, you must first accept the vision and truly believe that it can be done. And once you get to that point, everything can be automatic because if you truly believe, it’s going to reflect in what you say. It’s going to reflect in what you do.
If this sounds familiar, it should because this is like the Christian Born Again experience. You know somebody is a fake convert when they talk about Jesus all the time, but their lives don’t reflect Christ. That’s a false conversion. It’s shallow.
On the other hand, if you see somebody that has changed dramatically from being an addict, a gossip or a toxic person, to somebody who’s an encourager, a helper, and a generous person, you know that the conversion is real. Because anybody can say, “I accept the Lord.” But until and unless they open their hearts to the Holy Spirit, nothing’s going to happen.
Because it’s the spirit living in you that makes you override your ego. It makes you override your fear. As the Bible teaches, perfect love casts out all fear. And for a lot of people, the fear of shame, the fear of the consequences of the past keep them from living up to their fullest spiritual potential.
Well, when you see this dream image, you have to go all the way. Because this is a message to you, ultimately. It’s one thing to believe in your visions but you have to believe them to the point that you let them transform you. That’s when things get real.
What does it mean to see an elephant’s trunk in your dream?
If you see a severed trunk, it means that you feel that you have been disempowered. Maybe in your relationship, your partner starts making more money than you and you are a male. This could be an issue.
If you are at work and it seems that somebody who has less talent and capabilities is being promoted, you feel disempowered. This type of dream is a little bit tricky because it’s not about the other person. At the end of the day, if it bothers you that your wife is making more money than you and you’re a man, the issue is you.
Maybe you need to step up or maybe you need to redefine your relationship and redefine manhood. Similarly, if you see other people making great progress and you feel like you’re stuck near the bottom, maybe you just need to focus on what you’re doing.
You may have all the technical qualifications for the job but if you have the wrong attitude, do you think you will get promoted? Attitude comes before aptitude. Remember that. Because if you have the right mindset, you will figure out how to do things. But if you come in knowing how to do things and you have the wrong mindset, it’s much harder to promote you. Do you see the difference?
What does it mean to dream of elephant bones?
If you see elephant bones in your dream, your subconscious is telling you to stop obsessing about who you were in the past. Stop obsessing about the visions that you had, the goals that you had, and how much you’re a victim now or how disappointed you are with how things turned out.
Those bones symbolize dead ideas. They died for a reason.
Focus on what you have. Don’t waste precious resources trying to put flesh back on those bones to somehow resurrect them. That’s just not going to happen. Your conditions have changed and so should your personal visions for your life. That is the way forward.
What does it mean to dream of elephant feces?
The harder you work, the luckier you get. Hard work will get you through. Hard work will always win. Remember this. And the hardest work doesn’t involve things that you do physically. It doesn’t even involve dealing with difficult people.
The hardest work involves changing your attitude. It involves dealing with your pride and fear. That’s the hardest work. So if you see elephant feces in your dream and there’s nothing else going on or to indicate some sort of conflict, this is a good sign.
This indicates that you’re thinking big and you’re willing to put in the work. Feces has always has always been connected with money. Because if you think about it, everything that’s alive can be traced to feces.
Plants need feces to grow. Humans eat the plants or the animals that humans eat eat the plants. Now do you see the cycle? Feces is always part of that process and the more feces there is, the more plants can grow. That’s how abundance works.
What does it mean to dream of an elephant stampede?
You’re going through a lot right now. The thing is you’re trying to fix everybody else’s problems and you’re overwhelmed. Focus only on one thing at a time, master it, and apply its principles to the next thing. And don’t trick yourself into thinking that all these opportunities will dissipate quickly so I just need to handle all of them all at once. No. Focus on that first opportunity. The opportunity that you should be fixated on. The opportunity of changing yourself. And from there, everything else will flow.
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Dream interpretation and symbology have fascinated me ever since I read Freud’s classic, “The Interpretation of Dreams.” Ever since, I have explored Christian, Jewish, Hindu, and Buddhist as well as Jungian psychological ideas about the meaning of dreams. Thanks for joining me in my exploration of the amazing intersection between our conscious waking world and the rich expanse of our subconscious-the home of our intuition, instincts, and hidden potential.