What does nursing a bear and corraling a herd of bears mean in a dream?

Your inner bear can help you fly
Your inner bear can help you fly

Dream 373: Nursing and Corralling Bears

A woman dreamed one night that she was nursing a bear cub. The next night she had the following dream:
“I dreamed of bears again only this time there was a very large herd of them being chased into a coral by men on atv’s; big bears, mama’s and daddy’s and cubs. I must confess, I am really excited about all this dream activity and what it portends for my future.”

My Interpretation

Nurturing a bear cub usually means you are nurturing perhaps new-found strength and assertiveness. You are developing ways to use your aggression for positive purposes like proper assertiveness.

Bears usually go with aggression and animals most often represent your instincts. The Bear is a powerful animal and indicates that you have massive energy inside probably.

Bears often represent aggressive impulses. This does not mean that they are bad. Aggressive impulses also end up being your “get up and go.”

I think the men on the ATVs, the all terrain vehicles, show that you are flexible and strong enough to corral your aggressive impulses so that they can be used positively. Men usually go with doing the actions you need to do to accomplish a goal. All terrain vehicles signal flexibility probably.
You have massive inner energy, get up and go, that you are nurturing and corraling for a productive purpose. Go for it!

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5 thoughts on “What does nursing a bear and corraling a herd of bears mean in a dream?

  1. If she excited about her new dream activity, it is probably that she’s going to start taking control of a lot of the more untamed/wild/undiscovered parts of her psyche. This is a very exciting time for her…much like a bear catching air on an ATV. I just hope she doesn’t go viral!! lol

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