Animals in Dream and Its Significance

To see animals in your dream represents your own physical characteristic, primitive desires, and sexual nature, depending on the qualities of the particular animal. Animals symbolize the wild and unsophisticated aspects of you. Thus, to dream that you are fighting with an animal signifies a hidden part of yourself that you are trying to refuse and push back into your subconscious.

To dream talking animal represents superior knowledge. Its message is often some form of wisdom. Alternatively, a talking animal denotes your potential to be all that you can be.

To dream that you are saving the life of an animal, suggests that you are successfully acknowledging certain emotions and characteristics represented by the animal. The dream may also stem from feelings of inadequacy or being overwhelmed.

To see lab animals like frog, earthworm, cockroach in your dream, suggests that an aspect of yourself is being reserved. You feel that you are not able to fully express your needs and emotions. Alternatively, it suggests that you need to test with your fears, choices, and beliefs. Try not to limit yourself.

Apes:

To see apes in your dream indicates dishonesty, naughty, and falsehood. Alternatively, it may refer that you or someone have gone “ape”. You need to calm down. The ape may also refer to you wild inner nature, particularly your sexual nature

Bats:

To see bats in your dream symbolizes uncleanness, demons, and annoyances. Alternatively, bats also represent your need to leave old habits, for your present way of life no longer suits your new growth and outlook. It is symbolic of a new beginning. It may also mean that you are entering blindly into a situation. You need to evaluate the facts more carefully.

To dream of a white bat signifies death of a family member. To dream of a black bat signifies personal disaster.

To see a vampire bat in your dream represents that a person in your life may be draining you of self-confidence and / or your resources.

Bear:

To dream that you are being attacked by a bear denotes violence, overpowering obstacles and competition. You may find yourself in threatening circumstances. Alternatively, bears symbolize the cycle of life and death and rebirth. It may signal of period of introspection and thinking.

To see a polar bear in your dream signifies a new start.

Buffalo:

To see a buffalo in your dream symbolizes survival. The dream may warn that you are to leave your life path.

To see an injured or killed buffalo, warns that you must not accept any new ventures.

To see a herd of buffalo in your dream signifies harmony and plenitude.

Bull:

To see a bull in your dream signifies of a rich, prosperous, and plentiful life. Bulls are seen as immovable animals possessing much power, strong will and command.

Bulls are also symbolic of repressed sexual energies, fruitfulness and virility. To see a wild, powerful bull represents that your passion may be out of control.

Camel:

To see a camel in your dream denotes that you need to be more conservative; you are carrying too many problems on your shoulders. You tend to hold on and adhere on to your emotions instead of expressing and releasing them. You need to learn to excuse and overlook. Alternatively, it represents you potential for handling big problems, responsibilities, and burdens.

Cat:

To see a cat in your dream signifies much hard luck, deceit. However, for the cat lover, cat signifies an independent strength, feminine sexuality, creativity, and power. If the cat is aggressive, then it suggests that you are having problems with the feminine aspect of yourself.

To dream that a cat is biting you symbolizes the devouring female. You may be expressing some fear or frustration especially when something is not going as planned.

To dream that you chase the cat away signifies that you will overcome your obstacles.

To see a white cat in your dream denotes that you are going through difficult times.

To see a black cat in your dream indicates that you are experiencing some fear in using your psychic abilities and believing in your feeling. You may incorrectly associate the black cat with evil, destruction, and bad luck.

Cow:

To see a cow in your dream signifies your compliance to authority without question. It symbolizes your passive and quiet nature. Alternatively, it represents motherly instincts or the wish to be cared for. The cow represents divine qualities of fertility, nourishment and motherliness.

To see a cow with a skeleton face suggests that your mother or motherly figure in your waking life is displaying a lack of emotions. She is being unresponsive to your needs.

To see a herd of cows indicates your need to belong.

Crocodile:

To see a crocodile in your dream forewarns of hidden danger. Someone near you is giving you bad advice and is trying to influence you into poor decisions. The crocodile may be an aspect of yourself and your aggressive and snappy attitude. Or may be it reveals that you have displayed some false emotions and shedding crocodile tears.

To dream that you are chased or bitten by a crocodile denotes disappointments in love and in business.

Deer:

To see a deer in your dream symbolizes elegance, calmness, and natural beauty. It has feminine qualities and may point to the feminine aspect within you. It also represents independence and virility.

If the deer is black, then it means that you are not acknowledging or are rejected the feminine qualities in you. You may not be in tune with your feminine side.

To dream that you kill a dear, suggests that you are trying to suppress those feminine qualities.

Dog:

To see a dog in your dream indicate a skill that you have ignored or forgotten, but needs to be activated. Alternatively, dogs may symbolize intuition, loyalty, kindness and defense. Your own values and intentions will enable you to go forward in the world and succeed. If the dog is vicious and / or growling, then it signifies some inner conflict within you. It may indicate unfaithfulness and unreliability. If the dog is dead or dying, then it indicates a loss of a good friend. Alternatively, it represents a worsening of your instincts.

To dream that a dog bites your on the leg suggests that you have lost your ability to balance aspects of your life. You may be uncertain in approaching a new situation or have no desire to move forward with your goals.

To see a happily barking dog in your dream symbolizes pleasure and much social activity. If the dog is barking violently, then it represents your habit of making demands on people and controlling situations around you. It could also mean unfriendly companions.

To dream that you are buying a dog indicates your tendency to buy your friends or buy compliments / favors. Alternatively, it suggests a need for you to find companionship.

To dream that you are dressing up your dog signifies your attempts to cover up your own character flaws and habits.

Donkey:

To see a donkey in your dream signifies a lack of understanding. It also suggests that you will come upon many irritating situations.

To see a donkey carrying burdens in your dream signifies that after much patience and hard work, you will succeed in business and in love.

Elephant:

To see an elephant in your dream suggests that you either need to be more patient and understanding of others. The elephant is also a symbol of power, strength, and intelligence. Alternatively, as a creature with an shy nature, the elephant may thus be depicting your own personality.

To dream that you are riding an elephant indicates that you are in control of your unconscious and aspects that you once were afraid of.

Florence, Italy…a Must See for the First-time Visitor

If I were to pick one city as a definite must-see for the first time traveler to Italy, my choice would be Florence. Since the birth of the Renaissance, Florence has retained its standing as a center of art and culture. It has also become renowned for high fashion (excellent leather and silk goods), great cuisine, beautiful parks, tourism and, of course, friendly and warm people. Located in the heart of the central region of Tuscany, Florence is situated in a valley surrounded by rolling Tuscan hills. It is about a three-hour train ride north of Rome and 1 hour from Pisa.

Home to many great prominent figures (Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo Buonarotti, Dante Allighieri, Niccolo’ Machiavelli), their legacies can be seen all over town. In the Academy Art Gallery one can see Michaelangelo’s famous Statue of David, completed by the sculptor at age 26 after others had rejected the marble block because of its imperfections. According to the bible, David represents an Israelite shepherd boy who emerged victorious in an improbable battle against the mighty Goliath. In the Uffizzi Galleries, Europe’s third largest museum, one can see Sandro Botticelli’s masterpiece “Birth of Venus”.

The city has an excellent bus system, and it is also very easy to get around on foot. A great place for a stroll is along the Ponte Vecchio, or the “Old Bridge.” This is the oldest of all the bridges in Florence and may even date back to Etruscan times. It has undergone many repairs through the centuries. It has even been the source of controversy. During one of the World Wars, a German general defied orders to bomb the bridge because he thought it was so beautiful. Previously, the bridge was aligned with butcher shops. Today, however, the only merchants allowed on the bridge are jewelers. It is one of the social points in town where you can window shop and watch artists as they sketch.

Another great place to shop is along Via Tornabuoni. Here you can find various boutiques and fashion giants as Armani, Versace, Fendi and Gucci. Florence also has many open markets where you can find some excellent leather and silk bargains. Some of the better markets include the market of San Lorenzo and the market in the Parco delle Cascine.

Florence is also noted for its excellent cuisine and sinfully delicious desserts and gelati (ice cream). Many fine restaurants can be found in town. You must not leave the city without trying some risotto, a Florentine specialty. Another specialty, believe it or not, is beefsteak. You can, of course, find excellent pasta dishes as you would in other parts of Italy. Because Tuscany is in the heart of the Chianti region, there is always an excellent selection of wines to savor.

Just South of the Arno River lies the Boboli Gardens, once an estate of a feudal king; it is one of the most beautiful parks in all of Europe. It is over 100 acres of beautifully manicured landscape and walking paths aligned with trees. There is even a Roman amphitheater, which in the summer is used for theatrical plays. Walking up to the top of the hill offers a great panoramic view of the city.

In summary, Florence has everything you are looking for in an Italian vacation: great food, great art and great people. It doesn’t take long for the city’s charm to capture your heart and spirit. With half a million inhabitants, it does not overwhelm you like a city such as Rome or Milan (each of which has approximately 4 million people).

I believe Charles Dickens said it best in the “Pictures of Italy” when he wrote “how much beauty is here, when, on a fair clear morning, we look, from the summit of a hill, on Florence! See where it lies before us in a sun-lighted valley, bright with the winding Arno, and shut in by swelling hills; its domes, and towers, and palaces, rising from the rich country in a glittering heap, and shining in the sun like gold!”

Larry Aiello is an Italian-American living in Florida that loves to share his knowledge of Italy. Visit his website   www.Addicted2Italy.com

Indigo Children – Crystal Children – Rainbow Children – What Next? – Star Children


Indigo Children , Crystal Children and Rainbow Children are all the same in essence–but opinions vary – suggest to remember the nature of opinions–they are made to serve a purpose that may not serve your child as a living being here equal and one. Firstly I would suggest to not in any way whatsoever define your child as indigo/crystal, but to experience you with your child as one and equal as you. See, parents fear within them of the wellbeing of their child bring them to do all sorts of unnecessary actions within which they participate, which the parent believe is the best of their child when it is not, because that which they apparently do which is best for the child is done in and of fear and concern which will have a consequence in the child life. For instance: Such as believing their child is a indigo/crystal child for instance when the child in actual fact is not at all, and when or if the parent think/believe the child is an indigo/crystal child it influence the childs entire expression as who they are and thus influence the childs life for the remainder of the experience of themselves within this world because the parent defined their child as being indigo/crystal and thus treated the child/behaved around the child according to the child apparently being an indigo/crystal child and this really, extensively cause unnecessary harm within the childs experience of themselves in this world instead of the parent being one and equal as the child. Realise that your