Hindu meaning for snake dream meanings

The Holy Whole, Come! Go! With the fiery Nails of the Fire Snake

Usually, the dreams about the snakes are complicated. In many cultures snake dream is capable to indicate opposing meanings: bad and good. But in Hinduism the snake is the one of most sacred animals, thus it is positive symbol that is observed in the manifestations of the dreams.

To understand the significance of the snakes in dreams by Hindu culture, it is very valuable to know that in India and other Hinduism countries any snake is highly respected. There isn’t any fear for the snakes. Thus it is fortunate symbol of the dreams.

When you don’t have fear for a snake and see the snakes as the domesticated pets, at this point your dream will have same meaning as it does for any person with cultural backgrounds of Hinduism.

The snake meaning is the fire. It is also magical symbol of the final unavoidable destruction. The snake symbolizes complete transformation. It is very powerful symbol of regeneration. The snakes also symbolize powerful unexpected changes in waking life. It also symbolizes the increased intuition, hidden abilities and instinctive self-protection. The snakes also embodies camouflaged side of your personality. Also, it symbolizes super sensitive being and extra ordinary sexuality.

So in Hindu culture the general symbolism of the snake and the snakes dreams symbolism has identical meaning – secret magnificent destructive burning power and hidden divine renewing subconscious energy.

P. S. Naga is the word for the snake in Sanskrit language. Naga, Nāgī or Nāgiṇī are other words of the Snake Deity in the Sanskrit language. This Snake Deity is the King Cobra in many Indian religions, mainly Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Naga also is the word for the Nail in the Lithuanian language. Nagi is the word for sentence “Come! Go! Well” in the Lithuanian. Nagi > Angi is the word for the Snake (Viper) in the Lithuanian language. Naga > Anga is the word for the Hole in Lithuanian language. Nagini > Angini > Agnini > Ugnini is the word for the something like fire (fiery) in Lithuanian language. Same is with Nagi > Agni > Ugni, means the fire in the Lithuanian. Nagi > Agni is the word in the Sanksrit for the fire. Ignis is the fire in the Latin. Here we have the word Ignite and Ignition which origin (etymology) can be seen in Agni, Ugni, Igni (Sankskrit, Lithuanian, Latin).

Words etymology gives us such meanings: fiery, the Snake, the Fire, the Nails, Come! Go! Well!, the Hole. – the Holy Whole.

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