I was in a room with a number of people and there was a brown poisonous snake. And I was the designated person to remove the snake. When I tried, the snake wrapped itself around my hand and he bit me on my palm. I tried really hard to shake it off. I was somewhat frighten but not panicking. When I managed to remove the snake, I saw two punctured holes on my palm and I was bleeding. My initial response was to do nothing. A little while later I started feeling as if I was not going to make it and so I walked toward a friend and asked for help. Two doctors came in. One gave me a shot in my arm. I felt my heart beating really fast. The doctor explained that it was normal. Then I started feeling like I was going to faint. I also wanted to throw up. After throwing up, I slowly regained my strength. And I knew I would survive. There was a strange feeling of compassion and gratitude. I experienced a very positive emotion and went to both the physicians with a smile and gave them each a hug, There was a sense of transformation taking place.
Here is the interepretation of the snake symbol in dreams I found on the internet:
Snakes as Symbols of Initiation
In many dreams a single snake will come to bite you, and you may in fact be bitten after a brief struggle. To your amazement though, you will not die, and may find that the situation is not as bad as you thought. This type of dream can come when you have been fighting for your life with some problem, relationship or challenge. Such a snake-ordeal is an important signal that you are going through a kind of initiation; a psychological and spiritual trial that has the potential to change your life for the better if you deal with it bravely and with a clear heart. You may have to give up something you thought you couldn’t, or take a stand for your principles or faith. This type of dream is responsible for the widely held belief that “snakes represent transformation.” In my opinion, these dreams state the potential for growth and transformation inherent within a current difficulty. But to harvest this promise, you must walk through your fears and be willing to let go of the old in order to gain the rewards of the future.