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Lion, Lady and Cub Dream
The Lion, the Lady and the Baby Lion Cub
I saw a huge, gorgeous male lion. He was extremely friendly and sexually aggressive and mounted me. It was painful, so I said, “Can we do it the other way?” He happily obliged and we had sex missionary style, he had the sweetest face. The lion was kind, loving, romantic, so soft; my hand looked so small on his face as I stroked his fur.I had a cub with him, just one. I wanted to run away, maybe from shame; he was not violent or aggressive but the implications of a sexual experience with an animal was a little unnerving. He communicated with me telepathically, and having such awesome power to make him bow down to my will was great, though really odd.
I became afraid the child would be a mutant, but the child was normal. After the baby was born which was soon after, I wanted to run away for fear the lion would not accept the child. When the lion came after me my fear grew, but it was for nothing; he did not want to hurt me, he just wanted to see his baby and be with me.
Powerful, fearless, ethereal, fearful, sexual, on top of the world, unstoppable; yet also afraid, worried.
Main Life Issues:
Stress from work, Ph. D. program and even at age 29, serious stress from parents; low self confidence due to weight gain.
Someone interacts with something wild and strong and as a result, wonderful things emerge despite fears.
Animals in a dream: Animals in a dream generally mirror human traits.
Lion: King of the jungle; a strong, regal beast as a symbol of strength, leadership and special qualities.
Lion Cub: The “wild child” part of you that wants to be born, inviting you to mobilize your strengths and talent.
Male lion: Male in a woman’s dream often represents her strengths.
Having wonderful sex with a lion: Sex as a close interaction, a lion as one’s strengths and special abilities – hence, getting in touch with one’s special talents and strengths.
Baby was not a mutant: A birth in strange circumstances that nevertheless leads to something wonderful and normal.
Fear grew but was for nothing: Realizing one’s fears are groundless, realizing that using your true talents can bring joy and love.
What the dream Means:
The lion is the part of you that, despite your fears and lack of confidence, shows enormous potential and strength. The dream tells you that once you get in touch with that special part of yourself and use it, wonderful things will emerge in your life. The lion is the wild child in you, a creativity and power that seeks expression. The dream tells you that you are magnificent and can achieve a lot; in your own words, you felt UNSTOPPABLE.
The cub is the fruit of your labors and symbolizes what you can achieve. At first your true goals may feel weird and off base but if you stay true to yourself, results will be wonderful and magnificent, an outcome you will be thrilled with.
Bottom Line: The dream is an encouragement to express unique talents and shows the potential to achieve something great.
Lion in Cemetery Dream
Lion in CemeteryDream
I was at work and was driving a truck. When I turned the corner there was an unfamiliar cemetery at an unfamiliar place. I couldn’t move and just drove in. Once I was in the cemetery I saw a lion. We just looked at each other.
Main Life Issues:
A sudden change brings someone face to face with something regal.
Being at work: Going about one’s daily business; carrying out duties and chores that one has to.
Turning a corner: A sudden change; a new perspective.
Cemetery: Death as change; a cemetery as a place of change and confronting changes.
An unfamiliar place: Unfamiliar as symbol of a surprise; a new location of changes.
Lion: A regal wild animal; king of the beasts, king of the jungle.
I was not able to move: Staying put; accepting what is there.
What it Means:
The dream predicts that when you least expect it, you will meet someone who changes your life.
Bottom Line: If you want a new relationship, this dream suggests the opportunity will cross your path unexpectedly. The fear suggests you may have hesitations about a relationship but the dream tells you the opportunity will be there.
Lion Turns Into Man Dream
A Lion Turns into a Man
The dream starts off by me seeing my dead mum, and as I try to hug her, she slowly disappears. Seeing her disappear makes me very upset and no one else sees her in the dream. As I go to sit in the back yard I think I see a dog but it's actually a male lion in the yard, with a mane. I'm very surprised it's a lion, not a dog, but I'm not fearful. The lion moves up to the back porch and just lays there. As I look, it slowly changes into a man then back into a lion. The dream was very vivid.
Calm but surprised because no one else could see the lion.
Main Life Issues:
Career, marriage, children. My husband and I were supposed to divorce last year but got back together, he keeps bringing up those issues which sometimes causes problems.
Someone sees something wild yet peaceful and lets it stay near.
Dead mother: In this case, the actual person who comes to visit and let you know you are loved; also a symbol of nurturing and love.
Try to hug dead mum: Wanting contact with a loved want, wanting the support and nurturing the person represents.
Back yard: One’s private space; a space that’s outside yet connected.
Dog becomes a male lion: What is domestic and common becomes regal and special.
Lion lies on back porch: A special male settles in and comes close.
Lion changes into a man: Prediction that you will meet a special man who will be calm, regal and special.
What the dream Means:
The dream tells you two things. One is that your mother who has passed on comes close to you and blesses you, wants you to know that she loves you very much.
The second message is to look at the long-term regarding marriage. As a calm, majestic creature, the lion that takes up residence and is close by tells you that in time, you will meet a good man who will appreciate you and bring blessings to you and your home. Indirectly, the dream is telling you that although you are trying to make the best of the marriage with your current husband, it will not work out, which you may already suspect. Since the lion is in your back yard, the man in your future may be someone you’ve known earlier, for example, in childhood, at school, or in younger years
Bottom Line: The dream comes to encourage you and tell you that ultimately, all will work out in love.
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