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The itsy-bitsy spider went up the water spout. Down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain and the itsy-bitsy spider went up the drain again. Sound innocent and very gentle? You bet! The spider must have a press agent. Don't kill a spider, it means money. Leave the web alone, it's considered bad luck to disturb it.


Dreaming of a spider has its pros and cons of interpretations. Here's the low down on those numerous interpretations, which I happen to agree with. A spider dream may represent a fear. I could see that…like a fear of being bitten. Perhaps you feel trapped in a web of deceit or entangled by emotions and deep psychological pain from which you can’t escape. Perhaps it is the old web trick where you, the dreamer, is spinning a web (in real life) to entrap or ensnare someone. Doesn't that sound gentle?


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Or this symbolism, which has such a fairy tale ring to it. You are a devouring mother who consumes her children through possessiveness or her power to arouse guilt. Perhaps the spider represents someone who traps and lives off its innocent victims. Wow, we're talking about a harmless little itsy-bitsy spider here. Fear not, it's only symbolic—a mere dream. I think they call them deep sweat dreams.


Insects of any kind in a dream mean something in your waking hours is bugging you. Emotions are too much for you to handle—conflict, irritations, dependent emotions, feeling caught and trapped in a situation. Spider dreams are spelling out that you’re headed for, or are in, a relationship crisis that you need to extricate yourself from.


Now for the pros: a spider usually represents the feminine aspect of our personalities— creativity, patience, skill, and success. In some cultures, it's truly a blessing to dream of a spider. In some, the spider represents money and fortune that are on the horizon. Superstitions dating back to the Middle Ages claim that it's a sign of good luck to dream of those hairy, many-legged creatures.


Often, when spiders appear in our dreams, it comes from a place of fear. We've been conditioned to think of them as yucky. Thus, we carry those prejudices into our subconscious state. With every insect dreamt about, there's the good and the bad. So when dreaming of a spider, think about what's currently taking precedence in your life.


Ask yourself, "What do I need to add or change in my life?" What could the itsy-bitsy spider be trying to tell me?

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By Glenda, Monday, June 22, 2009 03:52:29 PM
My Niece from New Mexico has Wolf Spiders on their property and they Jump at a distance to where they can litterly jump on you and bite which they do..She feels she is being attacked due to her trying to lay plans for her new garden and clearing out the brush. But dreaming of them has not quite got to her yet especially Jumping wolf Spiders..eek!
By Glenda, Monday, June 22, 2009 03:48:21 PM
When 16 years of age I woke up several times in a sweat dreaming of spiders crawling all over me I have had since then separated these spiders in my life dreams and now knowing that I had been buried alive in past lives. Dreams represent situations that either are occuring in your present or past, and spiders can mean entrapment with another person or self depending whats going on in your life. Spiders are afraid of us..have no fear!
By SELMA, Sunday, March 08, 2009 09:54:54 AM
By gayle, Tuesday, August 26, 2008 07:34:48 PM
I also dreamed of a hugh hairy spider coming down from its web. I crawled across my husband so fast and fell on the floor from my bed. My husband broke my fall by grabbing my foot but boy did that hurt. I probably had that dream because I have alot of fear right now with my husband having no job and worrying about what our future is going to bring. So it makes sense that I dreamt about this, but I have never done anything like this before.
By Dartz, Tuesday, August 12, 2008 12:06:18 PM
My girlfriend told me about a very disturbing dream she had, where she was molested by a giant spider. Let's just say that I never slept for at least 3 days after the mental image.
By Aries, Tuesday, July 29, 2008 12:52:30 PM
I've had a few dreams involving ornaments shaped like spiders. Like made of clear glass and things like that. The way my dreams are, I avoid them like mad, cause I know it's gonna try and make a jump at me.
By Melvin, Sunday, July 27, 2008 01:58:11 AM
Terri I am arachnophobic either and I don't really like spiders. With the article, I think it's easy for people to depict spider dreams as negatives but the truth is spider also represents a lot of positive things in life and it reflects on how the spider looks.
By Terri, Friday, July 18, 2008 08:27:02 AM
I am arachnophobic and recently had a dream about a very large spider being handed to me. I tried to literly get away from it and found myself on the floor face first amd legs still tied with the sheets. A tweeked neck and a rug burned face were the imediately results. Researching the verious interpertations of a spider has given me a chance to look at a few areas of my life from a different perspective. However, I didn't like the pain part.
By Green, Monday, July 14, 2008 07:12:03 PM
That is interesting. I have never had a spider dream before. If I had one, I don't think it would be for fear because I am not afraid of spiders. I have a lot of them around my house and never even bother to kill them.
By Dartz, Sunday, July 13, 2008 01:24:29 PM
I hate spider dreams, every time I dream about them, I'm either being eaten by said spider, or chased by said spider. It's a miracle that I'm not arachnophobic.

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