The meaning of monkeys in dream | Dream Interpretation
1- To dream of apes or monkeys links with the mischievous side of ourselves.
2- We all have within us the ability to mimic or to copy, and to dream of apes may alert us to this ability.
3- The ape suggests the Trickster, the mischievous side of evil.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
The braying of a donkey, a mule or a mare in a dream- may mean evil, excruciating trouble, an illegitimate child born from adultery or evil spirits. Riding a big donkey in a dream connotes a respectable rank.
An upright walking donkey represents worldly benefits.
A beautiful looking donkey or a white donkey in a dream means adornment.
An emaciated donkey in a dream represents poverty, while a fat donkey means money.
A black donkey means happiness, honor and prosperity and a green donkey means fear of wrongdoing.
A donkey fit with a saddle in a dream represents a respected son.
A donkey with a long tail in a dream represents lasting dynasty. His hoofs represent one’s money.
The death of a donkey represents the death of its owner, or rupture and breaking of one’s relationship with his friends or family, the death of one’s supporter, selling a dear property, divorce, travel or death of a husband.
A lost donkey with an unknown master in a dream represents an ignorant, obtrusive and a demanding person.
To own donkeys in a dream means mixing with a group of ignorant people.
If one’s donkey becomes obstinate and does not move forward except with beating in a dream, it means that one’s sustenance and earnings come only through supererogatory prayers and increased devotion.
An obedient donkey in a dream represents the vigilance of its owner. Driving a donkey inside one’s house in a dream means bringing new income. Only the braying of a donkey is disliked in a dream, though the rest is generally beneficial.
A donkey in a dream represents honesty in seeking one’s livelihood and earning clean money.
If it indicates the person who is seeing the dream, then it means that he buys and sells impure merchandise, pigs, monkeys, toys or games. (Also see Zebra)... Islamic Dream Interpretation
A monkey may also represent positive attributes, such as agility, inspiration, a sense of freedom and a capacity to imitate. In Japan, toys that look like monkeys are given to children because monkeys are supposed to be able to drive out evil spirits. In India, the monkey is a symbol of soul. Thus, monkeys as symbols appear to have a double or twin meaning. Whether positive or negative, the monkey is revealing something to you about what is going on in your inner world. People usually think that monkeys are far less evolved and the expression “stop monkeying around” is understood by all.
The dream with a monkey may be an encouragement from you unconscious to continue to develop your personality by staying close to your own nature.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
If the monkey is playing with you and making faces, you are surrounded by superficial and insonct-driven people, or you may be examining your own “animalistic tendencies.” Several monkeys: your enemies don’t want to show their “real faces.” If a monkey is climbing, your chances for romance will improve.
Depth Psychology: The monkey is considered our animalistic shadow, a distorted image of ourselves. We are afraid of the ‘lecherous monkey” in us, because it is only looking for physical gratification. Sometimes the monkey may be a warning against false, manipulative friends.... Dreamers Dictionary
Anthropologically, a less evolved state. Slipping backward into more animalistic tendencies.
Darwinian: An ancestral dream in which the monkey, ape, or gorilla symbolizes your ancient roots.
Foolish behavior (acting like a “monkey’s uncle”).
The mischievous and playful aspects of self (e.g., “monkey shines”).
Being deceived by flattery or amusing actions that hide other motivations.
Sagacious justice. Four apes attended the judgment hall of Osiris, and apes were also sacred to Thoth, the Egyptian god of wisdom.
Prudent speech, accurate vision, and good listening skills (the three monkeys who represent seeing, hearing, and saying no to evil).
Hindu: Bravery and swift action, being associated with the god of wind.... The Language of Dreams