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To dream of Satan represents powerful fear, insurmountable obstacles, or an overpowering desire for something you know is wrong. Satan can also reflect feelings of being trapped in a situation that you fear is inescapable or hopeless. Feeling that someone or something with total power over you intentionally never wants you to believe in yourself ever again. Powerful controlling negativity that doesn't want you to escape it, that wants to you accept corruption or ruination permanently, and makes you feel you deserved punishment to begin with. Satan in your dream denotes that there is something very wrong in your life that you need to stand up to or fix. You may be choosing to permanently suffer by never asking for help. Feeling that someone or something never wants you to feel good ever again. Evil or jealousy that feels intentionally imposed on you. Feeling cursed forever. Feeling let down for the rest of your life. Behavior that is so awful it finds every reason to never let go, embarrass you, or make you think that everything you ever did in your life is your fault.

Satan in a dream may reflect one of your worst problems. Something that keeps you in state of mind that feels like hell. A powerful tormenting problem or fear.

Positively, dreaming of Satan might reflect a fear of temptation or a struggle with choosing between right and wrong. It may represent your attempt to resist bad influences or avoid choices that you'll regret. Temptation of power and success that goes against the dreamer's moral values. Feelings about yourself challenging or being at odds with old fashioned conservative values.

Alternatively, Satan can represent your own rebelliousness or refusal to conform to certain rules or standards. You may be going against the grain or deliberately acting out of line. It may also indicate feelings of guilt, shame, or self-reproach for actions you've taken or thoughts you've had. Your own enjoyment or insatiable need to hurt others. Feeling good trying to permanently keep someone else away from happiness.

Example: A 16 year-old young boy dreamed of seeing Satan sitting on a throne with dead trees at his sides. In waking life, he was very good-looking and suddenly developed an illness that caused his hair to fall out. He felt that his life was over and that he would permanently be an ugly loser who would never be happy every again. In this case, Satan may have reflected his overwhelming feelings of despair, frustration, and fear due to the sudden change in his physical appearance. The sight of Satan on the throne could symbolize his perceived loss of control and the overpowering negativity he was experiencing. He may have felt tormented by his situation, akin to feeling ruled by an evil, unstoppable force, accentuating his sense of hopelessness and fears about never regaining his former happiness and self-esteem.

Example 2: Giuseppi Tartini dreamed that the Devil came to him in his sleep, sat on the end of his bed, and played the violin for what eventually became the musical piece "The Devil's Trill Sonata." In this case, the Devil playing the music may have reflected Tartini's feelings of being inspired by a dream that was so incredible he could never truly believe in himself again as a real talented musician because the dream did all the real creative work. The dream indicates that Giuseppi Tartini prided himself on being a professional musician and had issues with respecting himself as original due to the strength of the dream's inspiration. The dreams shows that God's creative inspiration is so powerful with that it can make believing in yourself ever again difficult because you are only a listener while God is the genius you copied from.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of hearing the name "Devil" and secretly thinking about Hitler when police officers came up to her to inform her that a thought control machine had read her mind and caught her comparing the Devil to Hitler. In waking life, she was living in Nazi Germany under the increasing repressive laws of the Nazi regime. In this case, the devil may have reflected how she equated the power and control exerted by Hitler as being similar to Satan because it felt evil with a sense of never wanting her to believe in herself ever again.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing a baby with devil eyes. In waking life, she was pregnant and was beginning to think about the pregnancy realistically. The need to grow up and live her entire life in a mature way may have felt scary to her or that the baby would never allow her to enjoy being young ever again. In this case, the "devil eyes" may have reflected her perception of pregnancy as overwhelmingly negative, fearful, and irreversible because it would ruin her youth with the impending responsibility of caring for her child and never allow her to believe in herself ever again.

Example 5: A woman dreamed that her daughter was Satan. In waking life, she was living in her childhood home with her husband. This childhood home was a place where she was sexually abused as a child. She felt that the house was evil because she felt forced to live in it with her husband due to finances. In this case, her daughter being Satan may have reflected her feelings about the home forcing her to live in the torment of remembering her past while requiring looking after, similar to her daughter.

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