Eagles are thought to be symbols of nobility, pride, fierceness, freedom, superiority, courage and intellect.

We find out what it means to dream about an eagle

We find out what it means to dream about an eagle

This could mean that you will fight with fierceness and courage in order to reach your goals. Your understanding of life is that you need to fly high or you will never achieve your dreams or overcome the challenges you will face along the way.

If you live in the US, the eagle could simply be a representation of your patriotism.

If the eagle was chained or trapped in your dream, then you might be feeling restrained or confined in a particular area of your life right now and yearn for some freedom. Perhaps you don’t think you can express your true self to people.

If you killed an eagle in your dream, then you may stop at nothing to get where you want even if it results in hurting someone else to get what you desire.

If someone else killed an eagle in your dreamscape, then your power, success and fortune may be taken away from you in a ruthless manner.

You might be an intelligent person, but ask yourself- has this led to a sense of superiority over others? If so, could this be hurting your relationships or potential relationships?

Eagles might also represent some greater clarity about a situation in your life. You may finally see what’s going on beneath the surface of something to get to the truth. You are starting to follow your intuition and gut instincts and its serving you well.  

A nest of baby eagles could represent your climb to power and elevation up the social ladder. Consider how you felt as you were climbing. If you were anxious, or feeling bad – you might be trying to go through the ranks dishonestly. On the other hand, if you felt positive, then you may reach the top because of your integrity and your knowledge. Think about how you want to get there and how you wish to be regarded once you do.

Source: www.dreammoods.com

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