What if you suddenly wake up shouting 'oo..' or "Snake ... snake" in the middle of the night. After realizing that it is not a real snake, the dream snake is peaceful. Why do snakes fall into this dream? Scholars have been saying that dreams are part of unfulfilled hopes. However, astrology says that it is good to see snakes in the dream and that the snake can be found in the dreams of those who are more creative. What happens if the snake is seen in a dream? WTH? Everyone is thinking and fearing.

Some people who are disgusting are afraid of snakes. Seeing rope and fire-like objects are vulnerable. The fear or loathing of the snake in the mind is a hallucination that comes into the dream.

Unexpected Events

When fears of unforeseen occurrence occur. This sudden fear causes the snake to dream. Such a snake dream comes when one thing is beyond our reach and is in a hopeless state of no more.


If the snake appears in your dream and it passes by doing no harm to you thats a good sign.
But if you are threatened for money or anything else by a snake in dream then that is a bad sign. For those, there is no trouble when they have the power and positive circumstances to deal with them. When all four of the threats are inappropriate, and the difficulties arise. Then the stress increases. That stress becomes a
snake in the dream

If the snake in the dream chases you

The astrologers say that if the snake in the dream chases you, there will be problems and hardships. They say that if you are chased by a snake dream, be prepared to face any problems.
Similarly, if the snake is dreaming and doing nothing, the person will be happy.

Freud's word!
According to Sigmund Freud's theory of psychoanalysis, the appearance of a snake in the dream represents repressed thoughts, sexual energy, and eroticism.

Astrologers suggest that if a snake is chased by a snake or a snake is often seen in a dream then you have to do penance for Sarpa dosh.
By offering milk, cod, eggs, turmeric, and saffron every Friday to Nagadeva you can calm down the Sarpa dosham effects.

Author's Bio: 

Author Bio: Sri Tulasi is a professional astrologer, life coach and member of Indian Astrologers Council. She has more than 15 years of practical experience in astrology. She is a regular columnist in many leading newspapers in India.