Animal Dream Meanings
Bear and Coyote Dreams

by Kyle C LeBlanc
(Belfast, Maine, Waldo)

Coyote Dream Meaning

Coyote Dream Meaning

Coyote Dream Meaning
Bear Dream Meaning

I had a series of dreams of a bear I didn't know what it meant. Then once in awhile I would get the dream again. Then I started to have a dream of a cyote and it just stares at me and chases me I still dont know what they all mean. But it struck me that the bear means protection and I know that im protected by people I love but The coyote is a mystery.

Avia's Response to
"Animal Dream Meanings (Bear and Coyote)"





Hello Kyle,
Thank you for sharing your dreams about the bear and coyote. I have to agree, the bear is iconic of protection. Coyote is too. Both of these animals will go into fierce protection mode when threatened.
I am providing you with some links about bear-dream-meanings, coyote meanings, and thoughts on how to interpret dreams. I hope these articles will help you interpret your dreams.
Brightly,
Avia


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