The Dream Book of Self-Knowledge


  • symbolizes the wild and unfettered part that emerges from within the dreamer; yet this is not necessarily always a personification of the instinctual part of the self, since wildness and unrestraint can also be typical of emotions.
  • as an enemy: usually appears in the initial phase of self-improvement when a person starts to take moral efforts to eliminate from himself certain traits arising from the natural character of the physical body; hostility toward Indians does not resolve anything since, as with other negative traits, we must assimilate ferocity and wildness through the higher mind.