Dreams Interpretation of Owl

An owl is a night bird. No matter how hard you try to keep it up in the morning, it is known for its nocturnal behavior. I don't know how many of you know this, but an owl watches every single thing that happens at night. Even the deepest secrets that surrender themselves to the darkness of night are witnessed by owls.
If you dream of an ordinary owl, it depicts your nature. If the owl is constantly staring into your eyes and you feel at peace in your dream, it means that you are a very wise person. People feel comfortable around you because you are intelligent and you give them intelligent advices.
Dreaming of a silent and calm owl depicts your secretive nature. Whether it is your personal secret or someone else's, you know how to keep your mouth shut. There is absolutely no one who is afraid to share his personal life and deepest secrets with you, because what comes to you, remains with you forever.
If you dream of an angry owl, it depicts your inner anger. It may also mean an angry enemy or an angry friend, who has always been there by your side.

An owl represents wisdom, spiritualism, nocturnal behavior, business deals and secrets.
If you dream of an owl screaming or speaking, it means that you are going to be exposed in front of the world or you will share someone else's secret with others. Try avoiding getting into such a situation or you may lose your respect and dignity that you have built in the eyes of others around you.
Dreaming of a flying owl is a good sign, especially if it is flying upwards. You have finally realized the importance of work in your life and now you are going to do all that you can to reach the skies.

Most Common Owl Dreams:
Scared owl - You know some of the deepest secrets, if you see such a dream.
Sleeping owl - It is time for you to concentrate on your business in your waking life, if you see a sleeping owl.
Seeing yourself as an owl - If you see yourself as an owl in your dream, you are a very wise person.

This symbolizes sad things: melancholy, pain, loss, etc.

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