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To dream of an alligator represents a situation in your life that you feel is a dangerous lurking threat. A sense of lurking danger, latent power, and hidden threats. Feelings of fear, trepidation, or threat from a lurking threat to your safety. Your inner fears or suspicions regarding a dangerous situation or person in your life. Feeling that a problem has rocked your sense of balance or safety. Feeling shaken by something or struggling to contain a problem. An alligator may also reflect a powerful fear you have. An alligator may be a sign that you need to put more effort into confronting your fears or start speaking to someone about your problems. Fears about a formidable force that, although currently at rest, can spring into action with little warning.

Negatively, dreaming about an alligator may represent a warning of an impending threat that is hidden or an unresolved issue. It might symbolize feelings of anxiety about being backstabbed or encountering unexpected problems. The alligator could also represent a powerful fear or an emotional struggle that you're trying to repress. There might be a situation or person you don't fully trust or a feeling of inevitable danger. Your own threats to other people with a serious warning or serious loss. Underlying fears, unresolved issues, or threats that one is aware of but chooses to ignore. Looming problems.

An alligator may reflect the potential danger you feel from a job layoff, argument, or interpersonal problem. It may also reflect feelings about the threat of loss or feeling that a crisis may be at hand.

To dream of eating alligator represents overcoming a dangerous situation or lurking threat. Overcoming fears or challenges that you once considered extremely daunting or dangerous. Strong confidence that a lurking threat can never intimidate you, scare you, or bother you again. Gaining strength, courage, and power from facing your fears directly. A victorious conquest over threatening circumstances. The assimilation of a tough experience and learning from adversities.

Example: A man dreamed of alligators following him. In waking life, he was trying to avoid financial bankruptcy. In this case, the alligators may have reflected his sense of danger about his failing finances and inability to cover bills having to potential to cause financial ruin.

Example 2: A man dreamed of being chased by a flying alligator. In waking life, he was severely traumatized by a hurricane disaster. In this case, being chased by a flying alligator may have reflected the dreamer's feelings about the lingering and dangerous possibility of another hurricane occurring.

Example 3: A man dreamed of seeing an alligator chasing his daughter. In waking life, he got very angry with his daughter because he feared for her safety. He felt that he may have overreacted. In this case, the alligator chasing his daughter may have reflected the perceived danger or threat he believed his daughter was facing, causing him to feel shaken and overprotective.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of holding a baby alligator. In waking life, she was threatening her husband with God's wrath because he had cheated on her with another woman. In this case, the alligator may have reflected her feelings about her threats intending to convey a sense of imminent danger and consequences for her husband's infidelity. She felt that God's wrath was a lurking spiritual threat that her husband needed to fear if he was to continue living immorally.

Example 5: A woman dreamed of walking over a tightrope with alligators below her. In waking life, she was carefully trying to maintain perfectly acceptable behavior at work to avoid being fired. In this case, the alligators may have reflected her feelings about the potential or lurking threat of being fired if she made a mistake at work. She felt that lots of people at her workplace were gossiping about her making the problem worse.

Example 6: A man dreamed of seeing an alligator-headed man raping another man anally. In waking life, he was he felt that leaving for vacation wasn't possible because a dangerous lurking legal threat appeared right before he left for vacation. In this case, the alligator man raping the other man may have reflected the dreamer's overwhelming sense of violation and helplessness in the face of a sudden and unexpected potentially dangerous legal threat that disrupted his plans for a vacation.

Example 7: A woman dreamed of seeing a dangerous alligator with its teeth falling out. In waking life, her father-in-law was safely recovering in the hospital after a serious fall. In this case, the alligator with teeth falling out may have reflected her feelings about the lurking threat to her father-in-law's health which was beginning to lose vitality as hospital staff helped him to recover.



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