Hi wolf-king, I hope you’re still around. I wish I read this dream of yours earlier, because this one seems quite complex and omenous. I’m having some problems analyzing it because the outset is very unusual in this case. But we should begin somewhere nontheless.
To answer your dream, there are a few questions we should ask at first.
What is a wolf to you?
What is a forest?
What is the pond, and your reflection?
Who is the white wolf?
Who do the deer symbolize?
Who do the other wolves symbolize to you?
Wolved are usually negative characteristics, but from your dream that may not necessarily reflect that. The white wolf seemed pretty kind and understanding there.
Forests usually symbolize growth. In Jungian psychology, any rapid growth of leafs and trees is usually an archetype for serious change. Obviously you are going through some major transformation. I feel like you could be well on your way on a very interesting journey, and without doubt the white wolf is some kind of a leader, a mentor. I think you are going to face several tests in the near future.
I would like to go deeper into this specific dream so I hope that it’s okay with you if I ask a couple of colleagues of mine and investigate this more closely over the next few days.
Interpretation #3 by Anonymous
Hi Alex, sorry that I haven’t been on because I was going to give up on this dream since no one wants to interpret this dream. The questions that you want to ask about.
What is a wolf to you? Like a regular Wolf.
What is a forest? Mysterious.
What is the pond, and your reflection? Regular pond, What I really look like inside.
Who is the white wolf? I don’t know.
Who do the deer symbolize? I don’t know, or maybe First task I think?
Who do the other wolves symbolize to you? I don’t know, maybe its another regular wolf.
I hope these answers to your question helped.
Sorry I didn’t logged in.Answered By: Wolf King(7 points )
Interpretation #5 by Anonymous
I think the deer are definitely the First Task. I think the wolf couldn’t have been bad if it’s white – I think this is a very strong hint for a positive force (no racial hint intended!)
Interpretation #6 by Anonymous
If you don’t mind me jumping this wagon, I have to disagree. Deer in dreams usually represent kindness. Being kind, sweet animals that don’t hurt anyone (except for car drivers in the state of Maine), they denote friendships.
How did it feel when you killed the deer? Were you happy about it or did you do it unwillingfuly?
Interpretation #7 by Anonymous
the white wolf was probably someone you looked up to and the others were your family or something like that
Interpretation #9 by Anonymous
This dream is a common dream about life events being shifted to folklore stories that we all know. The werewolf transition is an acute worry that our outward or inward self is changing so as to offend. There is enough concern that it creeps into the dream. Transitory dreams where we become some other type creature is shaped by fictional accounts [i.e movies, books, television].
The deers are deers. They are not symbolic. Deer are eaten by wolves. The dreamer is concerned that innocent will be harmed by their “wolven” ways. The pond is water that reflects. It is not symbolic. The real essence here is becoming a wolf. Either it is a desire to change or a worry of changing.
The dreamer needs to read some biography, some history, some science, or some other real life account and stop thinking about escape through a fairy tale.
Interpretation #10 by Anonymous
Hey Martha- I think that it depends on what you are raidmeng about. Sometimes I dream about things that I thought about or read before I went to sleep. Then, other dreams seem so real that I am confused when I wake up as to whether they actually occurred in my awake state. You know as kids we had the wildest imaginations, then somehow when we grew up we lost a lot of that. I believe that raidmeng is sort of an expression of our long forgotten imaginations, fantasies (I’m not talking necessarily sexual!) which we want to carry out in real life, or fantasies we absolutely don’t want to occur. Does that make any sense? Moral of my comment? The brain is definitely an amazing thing. Kristi
This dream is warning you not to become a furry, or your life will be forever changed for the worse.Answered By: fatefate( points )
Interpretation #12 by Anonymous
all of u are crazy that dream could represent a memory of another life that u could have had, u could have been a wolf in another life, then done something bad and been sent to the human realm