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Dreams Interpretation - Snail

Added: 21 September

Snail dreams are signs of living a slow, steady and peaceful life. These dreams symbolize self-control and patience in handling the various challenges posed in front of you.
Let’s find out what they mean in your dreams:

Symbolism:
There are different scenarios with different meanings in your dreams. Snails neither make any noise while moving nor are they fast moving creatures. It means you need to take slow steady moves and do not lose your temper easily.
Snails in dream symbolize isolation and loneliness too. It is because due to calm and silent nature of these people, not many people are close to them. People often misjudge their calm nature with a boring personality. Have patience! It will take time for people to understand you and slowly, they will realize that you are not as boring as they think.
In your dream, you may experience various things such as;
- Eating snails
- Crushing snails
- Seeing a snail crawling
- Killing a snail
- Seeing yourself as a snail
As per the above situations, you may feel contended, amazed, surprised, dull, active, energetic and curious. Relate these dreams to what is happening in your life and you will get a clear picture of your next move.

Most Common Snail Dreams:
• To Crush a Snail: To crush a snail in dream is a sign of impatience. It means that your patience level is tested to an extent that you wish to break your patience level. Do not be too harsh on yourself and on others in this emotional outburst.
• To Eat Snails: This may sound disgusting; however a dream in which you ate the snails indicates issues within your family. Do not rush in making a hasty decision that will hurt your family and make you guilty later.
• To see a Snail Crawling: This dream is a sign to make slow moves and keep some patience for the time being. According to the current situation of your life, this dream is suggesting you to wait till the time the tough time passes. Your actions today design your results of tomorrow.

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