Like most animals, its symbolic meaning is versatile. On one side, it represent intrepidity and irrational bravery; on the other, it is a symbol of a lack of restraint. Given that it is difficult to fight the boar (he never gives up), the dream is indicating that if you repress your desires, your instincts will make your life impossible. Using the strength of the boar, you will be able to attain all that you wish. It represents free sexual impulse, not controlled by the conscious; that is, the libido, which is like the boar, is uncontrollable, violent, and irrational. As a negative symbol, the boar represents the oneiric personification of cruel and ruthless enemies. If in the dream the boar is captured or conquered, it portends joy and triumph.
Do blind people dream?
Dreams in blind people depend on the nature of their blindness. Individuals who have born blind will not have visual dreams instead they have night mares, most of them revolving around their challenges faced during the day. They experience dream through their sensory inputs like touch, smell, noise and emotions. People who were blinded after birth can experience visual dreams based on the visions or images that they have seen.
Dreams reflect our actions that we have already performed. Most of us have dreams activities relating to our past life. One of the common dreams that every individual has gone through is their experiences during the school life, where you would get images of teacher hitting you, making you feel numb and shameful.