Dream about Being Attacked By Skunk

Dream about being attacked by skunk is an admonition for an aspect of yourself that you are unable to express freely. You may have been keeping your feelings and negative emotions bottled up inside for too long. You need to be more vocal about your feelings, particularly what makes your happy and what makes unhappy. This dream is an admonition for trying to compensate for your own lack of self-confidence. You may feel one way on the inside, but behave another way on the outside.

Being attacked by skunk signifies obstacles in your business or personal life. You may feel that you are not playing an active enough role in some situation. Your perception on something is wrong. This dream represents difficult times. You are unable to express yourself effectively.

Being attacked by skunk in dream is an evidence for your tendency to buy your friends or buy compliments and favors. Perhaps it is not who you really are and you are not quite fitting in. Your attention is too easily diverted. The dream is sadly hidden fears and worries that are threatening you. You are lacking spirit and enthusiasm in some area of your life.

Dream about being attacked by skunk is a clue for your own feelings of inadequacy

You are expending too much energy on fruitless endeavors and are in danger of depleting your inner resources. You are worrying too much and carrying too many problems. Your dream is a warning signal for bitter confrontations between you and your friends. You are not utilizing your inner talents and full potential.

Being attacked by skunk unfortunately draws attention to your subconscious desires to get back with your ex-girlfriend/boyfriend. There is a missing component in your life. There are issues you are not confronting with her or him. Your dream is an alert for an old habit or characteristic that you need to clear out and rid yourself of. You do not know where you stand in the relationship.

Your dream will come true !!!

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