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Dog Feces

I dreamed that I saw feces on the ground; it was from a dog. Is there any meaning to this dream? 

Mary B.
August 7, 2000


In my dream, I had a dog that pooped under my bed.

Yori L.
June 12, 2003

Dear Mary,

Feces is symbolic of something that needs to be released. Since you said that it was feces from a dog, then it suggest that what needs to be released has to do with repressed sexual energy. In general, animals represent the uninhibited and sexualized aspects of yourself.

Best Regards,


In Yoori's dream, the sexually repressed energy is further highlighted with the location of the feces underneath the bed.




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