It has many different names, but it is the same dog with a different collar: Satan, Lucifer, Beelzebub, demon, devil ... Due to the Christian education that almost all of us have received, dreaming of the devil could be one of the most stressful situations that someone could live.
Dreaming of the devil or any of his henchmen, in addition to triggering nervousness and sweats in the dreamer, is a sign of intense fear of something or towards something.
Meaning of dreaming about the devil
Throughout history and according to popular belief, the devil is synonymous with evil, negativity, indecision, and sin. Dreaming about it, more than a dream is a nightmare, but it may be indicating the existence of unfounded fears about what to worry about.
In most cases, when you dream of the devil you are having feelings of indecision, fear of failure, and sometimes it has to do with bad experiences from the past.
At other times you are dusting off old demons. It is very common that those who dream of the devil are waging a very strong internal struggle (addictions or frustrations, for example).
Meaning of dreaming talking to the devil
Dreaming that you are talking to the devil:
It means that you are involved in some relationship, business, or deal that, apparently, is beneficial. This dream warns you to check the fine print well before acting. Do not get carried away by appearances as you can be harmed.
Dreaming that we fight with the devil:
It refers to the fact that we have everything we need to face various situations and succeed. Winning the fight means that you have great inner strength and a lot of spirituality.
What does it mean to dream that we are the devil?
To dream that we are the devil:
It has to do with some moral burden for something we did and that we believe is not right. This dream symbolizes the feeling of guilt.
Dreaming that we are friends with the devil:
It shows us that our personality is highly influenced, so we are prone to be manipulated by others.
The fact of having dreams with the devil is a call to reflection, because, normally, it denotes feelings of frustration and insecurity.