The octopus can also symbolise any unconscious fear which may drag us into its realm of irrational terror.
An octopus, with its eight legs and tentacles, may be revealing the psychic hold one may have over another that may hold you back Psychic connections to family or loved ones may be debilitating unconscious agreements that imprison you much like being in the arms of an octopus.
The octopus brings powerful medicine in the experience of exploring the depths of your hidden nature when it appears in a dream.
3. Jezebel spirit; 1 Kings 21:7-10; 2 Cor. 10:4-5.
If the dreamer is leaving home or a job in real life, this dream symbol may indicate the dreamer is clinging to a family member (e.g., the person’s mother or spouse) or to the employer or fellow employees.
If the dream has a positive emotional tone, it may show someone involved in many different things.
2. The dreamer is trying to control someone.
The Octopus can also symbolize that you have been needy, clingy, desperate, and forgetting the truth, that all that you need is within you.
2- Creatures that are unusual and are not familiar to us appear in dreams to alert us to certain qualities within ourselves.
The octopus is capable of moving in anv direction and it is this svmbolism we need to be aware of.
3- An octopus can represent the unrestricted movement of the Spirit.
If the dream make you happy, it implies that you may be involved in many different activities or adventures.
If there is a negative emotional reaction to the dream, it suggests that unhealthy attachments and entanglements are present in daily life.
See also: Animals
Going in many directions at once (lots of different thoughts, activities, etc.).
Approaching a problem from many different angles.
Grabby (literally or figuratively).
Dreaming of this animal can represent too much or not enough of one of those qualities, or someone or something you associate with the quality or animal.
Consider also the animal’s actions, context, and your feelings about it.
See also: Animal; Squid
Being entangled by a very possessive personality.
Many hands make light work. Have you sought out assistance from those you know are capable of helping you right now?
An alternative figure for the number eight, a wheel, and a circle.
Inconsistency of words or actions, especially when you feel pressured.
The octopus, like the chameleon, changes color under stress.
Deceiving others through appearance. Both Pliny and Aristotle hypothesized that the octopus changed its colors to fool its prey.
Creativity gone awry. In oceanic cultures, the octopus holds a place in creation myths, but often those that don’t come out quite right.