The meaning of Tiger in dream | Dream interpretation
To dream of a tiger advancing towards you, you will be tormented and persecuted by enemies.
If it attacks you, failure will bury you in gloom.
If you succeed in warding it off, or killing it, you will be extremely successful in all your undertakings.
To see one running away from you, is a sign that you will overcome opposition, and rise to high positions.
To see them in cages, foretells that you will foil your adversaries.
To see rugs of tiger skins, denotes that you are in the way to enjoy luxurious ease and pleasure.
One bound by strife, contending for superiority; research the colors, “orange” and “black”
1. Strength and readiness, possibly to strike.
2. An individual with bad intent, hostility, meaning harm.
3. A spirit guide, often representing feminine energy, physical prowess.
4. Feelings of being overwhelmed—often by anger, likely by passion.
(Leopard) In a dream, a tiger represents a tyrant, an unjust ruler, or an avowed enemy. Killing a tiger in a dream means vanquishing such an enemy. Eating the flesh of a tiger in a dream means money, profits and honor. Riding on a tiger in a dream means power and sovereignty.
A tiger inside one’s house in a dream represents an insolent person who attacks one’s family. Seeing a tiger or a leopard in one’s dream means receiving money from an insolent or an artful person.
A struggle with a tiger in a dream means fighting with an insolent person. Tiger’s bite in a dream represents damage caused by such a person.
A tiger in a dream also represents either a man or a woman. It also represents deceit, trickery, an illness, or eye irritation. Tigress milk in a dream represents enmity. Seeing a tiger in a dream also could mean repenting from sin.
(Also see Fur; Milking a tiger)
It symbolises a powerful and dangerous enemy. Fighting with one means one will fight an enemy with great strength and power.
For many non-Christians a tiger is symbolic of strength, good character, and solitude.
A tiger can also be a manifestation of a spiritual enemy in someone’s life attempting to stalk and devour them
This large and very beautiful cat can symbolize femininity, power, anger, unforgiving vengeance, great force, and cunning. Tigers cannot be ignored, and usually they get exactly what they go after. Consider all of these characteristics and try to see if they apply to your or anyone else’s current mood or character. See also: Animals and Cats
The dream of an enemy; to escape is well, otherwise the dream augurs ruin (Raphael).
Dreaming of tigers symbolizes femininity, power, anger, unforgiving vengeance, great force and cunning. Tigers can not be ignored, and usually they get exactly what they go after.
An image frequently dreamed about by women. Longing for powerful love while, at the same time, also being afraid of the experience.
The tiger and the Lion are both symbols of vitality and passion.
The tiger is more a symbol of female sexual energy, while the lion is more a symbol of masculine sexual energy.
The tiger possesses great energy, and one of its main strengths when it attacks is the surprise factor.
It is also the symbol of severe loss. In the Shinto (of ancient Japan), the tiger was considered a holy but people- devouring predator, the personification of horror and fear who stops at nothing. According to Jung, it is also the symbol for female compulsion, as in Cat, Bear, Snake.
Fierce enmity; animosity towards a particular person.
To hunt a tiger means that a trap has been laid for you but you will recognize it and avoid it.
To kill a tiger means triumph over your enemies.
(see Animals, Cat, Lion)
In India, an emblem of divine wrath being unleashed.
China: The Lord of Animals, who embodies the attributes of authority, courage, passion, adventure, and prowess. Similar symbolism exists in Japan where the tiger represents heroic energy and self-regulation.
Riding a tiger: Confronting dangerous elemental powers that might get quickly out of control without constant monitoring.
Learning patience and the value of silence in achieving your goals. Tigers are slow, meticulous, and silent hunters.
The cultivation of personal authority and power may be the message of a tiger in a dream.
The tiger signifies the power to exert your will in the world and the possession of leadership qualities It holds a regal authority that is seldom challenged.
A tiger may come to mention that you take the lead in orchestrating much-needed reforms in some community service.
To dream about a tiger symbolizes control and your aptitude at displaying it. It also could mean that you need to be commanding more often. Additionally, the tiger represents a woman’s sensuality and pugnacity.
To dream about being attacked by a tiger indicates disturbing thoughts that you are holding back.
To dream about a tiger in a cage indicates that those feelings could soon be coming to the forefront.
Another obstacle dream—if you are caught by the wild beast, look out for heavy losses. See LION and LEOPARD.
Dreams of a tiger signify your realization of your untamed, animal instincts, your passion, sexuality, and power. See Animal.
The tiger signifies royalty, dignity and power and is both a creator and a destroyer.
Dreaming of a tiger symbolizes repressed feelings or emotions that frighten you.
The tiger represents female sexuality, aggression and seduction.
If the tiger is in a cage, then it suggests that those repressed feelings are on the verge of surfacing.
If you dream of being attacked by a tiger, you may find yourself distressed and tormented by rivals.
If you dream of escaping or killing a tiger, you will be exceedingly successful in everything you do in life.
It is a sign of your good health, energy and inner strength.
A tiger is symbolic of fear or torment because of a personal problem that involves a disappointment. See Animals.
(1) A riger mav be an anima figure (see Brother / Sister, sections (4)~
(2) It may symbolize someone or something that has frightened you - perhaps some instinctive drive or other part of you. See also Animal(s).
Power, force; fear of own or another’s anger. Femininity.
The tiger almost always represents hidden aspects of one’s own personality, normally those that frighten you.
It is also the symbol of strength and aggressiveness. Because of this it is associated with the liberation of the basic instincts: plenty of energy that could turn against you. A domesticated tiger, in contrast, reflects the triumph of reason over passion.
In the children’s poem “Tiger” by William Blake, the animal represents material existence. Its frightening character is the suffering that people experience when they lose their innocence.
The tiger is the ultimate animal symbol for strength and sensuality and is also connected to vitality and health. When a tiger appears in a dream, you are being acquainted with a powerful totem to guide you through any difficulty. Tiger medicine is the perfect antidote to fear and aversion, for the courage, strength, and cunning associated with this animal are without parallel.
Similar to the lion in many ways but with the emphasis on uncertainty and unpredictability. For example, tigers in dreams may suggest the possibility of plans changing unexpectedly. It can also warn against trusting a new acquaintance. The tiger can also represent sexuality but, depending upon how it is presented in the dream, a sexuality of uncertain elements—for example, will I be attacked or ignored.