Dream of Snake Coiled

MEANING: Dream of snake coiled signifies that you need to work on your self-image and self-esteem. Do not be afraid to confront a superior who, at a given time, might abuse his authority. You have a secret that you are afraid will be revealed. Friendships will be very important today to make you feel good. You don’t manage your money as well as you could lately.

SOON: Dream of snake coiled expresses that from here to the next few days it is up to you to devote more attention to your health. You can consult a specialist or you can face your fears on your own. Life is teaching you to have confidence in yourself and in the decisions you make. A new love or a new friendship enriches your existence. There is a lot of creativity in you and it opens a stage where you can develop it much better.

FUTURE: Dream of snake coiled expresses that at night you can dedicate yourself to something that you really want. This will be especially relevant in family matters. You yourself will be your best ally to get out of a mental squall that at times will stun you. If you accept, you will have to leave your comfort zone, but it will certainly be worth it. As you are used to be an observer, you will realize it right away.

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Dream of snakes indicates that at night you can dedicate yourself to something that you really want. This will be especially relevant in family matters. You yourself will be your best ally to get out of a mental squall that at times will stun you. If you accept, you will have to leave your comfort zone, but it will certainly be worth it. As you are used to be an observer, you will realize it right away.

ADVICE: Make him see that everything is not black or white, but that there is a gray scale. If you have money left over, try to spend it on charity.

WARNING: Don’t get into the game, no matter how much you know you’re right and want to prove it. Do not enter into discussions are partners or co-workers.

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