Ostrich in Dreams

An ostrich is a powerful bird, yet often misunderstood. When an ostrich appears in your dream, it is a representation of you avoiding reality. You run away from problems and avoid on coming problems. This leads up to more problems eventually crushing your spirits in the process.

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  1. I saw a mighty ostrich in the sky it was in the form of cloud but it was live,me and my parents were staring at it,watching it as it moves. We became scared when it started shedding it’s feathers and eventually disappeared

  2. I dreamt last night that a huge ostrich was trying to get through my mums front door . I was behind the door trying to hold it shut , the door was breaking and I was panicking shouting to my mum who’s 70 by the way to bloody help me . Haha but she just sat on her phone acting asif it wasn’t a big deal , finally she walked over to me to help and the ostrich trotted away ? The oddest dream u have ever had in my life ! X

  3. I dreamt that I was frantically looking for missing items in an home I don’t know. I ran outside and a baby alligator latched onto my pant leg. I was screaming and swinging it around which attracted it’s mother and an ostrich. I avoided the mother alligator, but I had to grab the ostrich’s head when it tried to bite me. I was so scared and nobody came to help me. I ended up crushing it’s head in my hand and I woke up when I saw blood it’s blood in my hand.

  4. I had a dream that I was going outside to enjoy the sunny day but when I opened my back door a large ostrich was at the door and it opened its mouth and snapped at me I slammed the door and then I woke up.
    What can that symbolise?
    Thank you

  5. I was fighting ostrich in my dream, crushing it head and wake up and fight me again, up until I run way from it.

  6. I remember being at the beach watching my cousin ( who Ihadn’t seen for years) doing the hula on stage. The adult ostrich walked passed me Near the ocean,close enough where the wave washed over it, the ostich was still walking after being hit by the wave. Then I remeber walking away fom the beach to get into the car. As we walked back I remember asking my cousin if she had seen the ostrich and if she knew the could run fast and chace after you. Just as she refponded yes, yes looked back and saw the ostrich eunnug towards us full speed. I’m not sure why the ostrich was running after me because I was ahead of my cousin, the ostrich passed her and continued chasing me. I ended up running past my car because it was still locked, my cousin was driving she hadn’t unlocked the door yet. As I ran back towards the car I remember passing my daddy who was walking towards me. I screamed out to him why can’t I run any faster? I was actually slowing down as I ran.

  7. I had a dream last night I caught a baby ostrich in a field where there were mommy ostriches running all around and other types of animals. I held and loved the soft cute baby ostrich and carried it around with me to a picnic table. Suddenly two baby panther cats run up and try to attack the bird and I had to hold them back which scared me a lot and then I shoved the panthers into a cage while holding the ostrich in my other hand. What does this all mean?

  8. I had a dream where I went to the pound and there sat a lonely ostrich with no home, abandoned. I came up on it and immediately decided it was to go home with me. I carried it around and loved on it much like I would my own cat. Always lovingly. My cat and my ostrich got on quite well and even got into trouble together. It was cold and for some reason there were hot coils on a stove and because of both of their hair/feathers they could not feel that they were burning. Both of them cuddled the coils to get warm and burnt themselves and I was the ever loving caretaker.