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Dream Readers: I've dreamt of a turtle what is your observation of this?

Asked by auhsojsa (2505 points ) February 20th, 2012

I’ve never been one to interpret a dream but what do you think of it anyhow. So strange I was separating and feeding the turtles in a square range on dirt with water with 4 separate squares. It felt good I must say.

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SpatzieLover's avatar

In order to move a turtle must stick its neck out.

It may mean you are in a vulnerable spot.

Since you were organizing them, possibly you are preparing for an upcoming event where you need to be courageous.

You never know in dreamland: it could just mean you were hungry for turtle soup or you ate spicy food.

auhsojsa's avatar

@SpatzieLover Ah interesting. Well my current situation kind of matches your statement. Compartmentalizing is a part of how I try to go about my life. I have no job, full time student, son coming soon. Yikes! But I’m having a good feeling about my outlook and endeavors.

marinelife's avatar

“To see a turtle in your dream symbolizes wisdom, faithfulness, longevity, and loyalty. It also suggests that you need to take it slow in some situation or relationship in your life. With time and patience, you will make steady progress. Alternatively, a turtle indicates that you are sheltering yourself from the realities of life. You are putting forth a hard exterior and not letting others in. As a result, you are feeling withdrawn.”

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filmfann's avatar

In dream symbolism, turtles represent sex, specifically the male organ.

gailcalled's avatar

Or perhaps you shave a need to compartmentalize, organize, segregate and boss turtles around.

wundayatta's avatar

Perhaps you feel vulnerable and are looking for protection. Maybe you feel a need to pull back.

Maybe you want to be a turtle farmer.

Maybe you seek to rebuild a relationship with Yertl.

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