I've had 3 dreams with the same animal in it. I'll refer to it as a he. He is about 16 inches tall, made of white bones, has no tail, with a head shaped like a type of dinosaur or pit bull, and very sharp white teeth. Inside the skeleton is a black mist. He has no eyes and I just see black. In the first dream he comes out of no where and is aggressive and angry but stays away. In the second and third dreams I'm in a house and it runs at me out of no where and bites my left hand. Its teeth sink in and he just stays in one place. There is no blood and I pry its mouth open. Then wake up. I never see it completely off my hand. If anyone has ideas of what this could mean I'd greatly appreciate you leaving a comment. Thank you so very much.
That sort of indicates that a demon is inside your house and is intending to harm you. Reoccurring dream indicates that he is present in the house. Just burn some incenseand clean your house and make a small donation to a charity.
Dreams can be very scary! But they are only dreams. A psychiatrist would tell you that a dream, scary or otherwise, will sometimes "hitch a lift" on your subconscious. It "remembers" some, or all, of the previous dream. And, believe it or not, you can "switch it", turn the dream around in your sleep. Such as make friends with the animal, or tell it to get lost!
Can be many things. It can that you are under demonic or spiritual attack, or they can just be nightmares. However, dreaming the same thing many times can be a sign. Try to find out what it wants. Make peace with it or simply cast a Protection Spell and a Banish Spell.
Try sleeping tonight in a different room; if you have the same dream, then cleanse your whole house. If not, then cleanse your room since it'll be the only place "infected" with the thing in your house.
Pardesi, Brysing, and ZenMagick101, thank you all for the great advice. I'm going to cleanse the entire house. If the dream recurs I will find out what he wants or tell it to get lost. Plus use a Protection And Banishing Spell. I may be over doing it but don't want to take any chances. I'm combining everything together. Again, thank you!
Nightmares occur during REM sleep and typically arise when a person is feeling anxious or helpless in walking life. Recurring dreams occur when the dreamer is worried about a situation that isn't resolving itself in walking life.