May 11

The Lion of Judah

The Lion of Judah

The lion of Judah is the symbolism that is now evident in the dreams I have had about lions. This is now the third dream and in all three dreams, there have been two lions. In the first lion dream, I mentioned that they represented the mind of man and the mind of Christ, or duality. However, the power and wisdom of God were evident as the symbolism in the second dream. That power and wisdom is Jesus Christ, the Lion of Judah.

In this third dream, which I had in March 2020, there were two lions, and the power was evident. However, this time, I wielded the power. I was (am) the Lion of Judah. In the dream, I was in a trailer. The trailer looked exactly like the one I lived in when I was about ten years old. This is interesting because that was right around the time that I heard God (my inner voice) speak to me and say, “You will tell your story one day.”

At the time, and for years, I thought I would eventually share all of the trauma I experienced. That, and how I overcame it. Now, I know there was so much more to that statement “You will tell your story one day.”

Duality and Power

So, there I was in this trailer, but I was no longer a child, I was an adult. I became aware of the fact that there were groups of people outside. They were walking around the trailer and peering into the windows. It felt like being inside a cage at the zoo. Which just so happened to be the scene of the first lion dream I had. Anyway, there I was inside this trailer and there were two full-grown male lions inside of it with me.

At one point, two police officers showed up (one male and one female). In a split second, I was outside along with both lions. Then, without being provoked, the male police officer flicked his tie into one of the lions’ faces. The lion started to lunge toward the officer, and in mid-lunge, I commanded the lion to stop. I either said “stop” or “no.” The lion did as I commanded and stopped mid-air. That’s when the dream ended.

Reflecting on the Dream

When I woke up the following morning, I thought about the Lion of Judah. So, I looked up the meaning of the lion in scripture. I found some definitions such as Jesus’ resurrection, authority, strength, and dominance. Those meanings are in line with what I know about the power and wisdom of God being personified as Jesus. Jesus is the Lion of Judah. Revelation 5:5 states “And one of the elders said unto me, weep not: behold the lion of Judah, the Root of David, hath prevailed to open the book, and to loose the seven seals thereof.”

David represents awakened humanity. And Jesus, the Lion of Judah is the power and wisdom of God, he is the root of awakened man. Now, each of the dreams I have had has included two lions. I belied they represent duality, the old man and the new. In two of the dreams, only one lion stood out. It was as if the other lion was in the background. In the second dream, one lion followed slightly behind the first one.

This is the last dream I had involving the Lion of Judah and then came the vision of the rising lion. Again, this follows the same pattern of the dreams and visions I had involving snakes. It’s exciting because the experiences correlate with scripture and my journey of awakening.

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Dream Interpretation, Dream Symbolism, Lynna K Teer, Mystical Dreams, Mystical Experiences, Spiritual Awakening, The Journey of Awakening

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