What is the meaning of a eagles claw in a dream?

To see claws in your dream, signifies feelings of vulnerability and/or hostility. You feel a need to defend or protect yourself or your surroundings. You also need to be careful with your words and actions.\

To see an eagle in your dream, symbolizes nobility, pride, fierceness, freedom, superiority, courage, and powerful intellectual ability. Eagles also indicate self-renewal. You will struggle fiercely and courageously to realize your highest ambitions and greatest desires. If you see a nest of young eagles, then it represents your advancement up to the top of the social ladder.� To see an eagle chained down in your dream, represents a desperate situation where you are feeling restricted and confined. You are unable to express yourself and be who you really want to be.� Consider also what the eagle is chained down to for additional clues as to what might be holding you back. To dream that you killed an eagle, signifies your ruthlessness. You will let nothing stand in your way of ambitions and obtaining your goals, even if it means hurting those around you. If someone else kills an eagle, then it indicates that your fame, fortune and power will be ruthlessly taken from you. To dream that you eat the flesh of an eagle, shows that your strong and powerful character will lead you to great wealth and influence. ==new answer== An eagles claw in a dream will be drawing your attention to something you are doing spontaneously of a spiritual nature without the remembrance of when or how you learned it. A bird represents compulsive subconscious thoughts or patterns of thought in motion usually stimulated through unconscious thoughts from the conscious mind. Feet represent one's spiritual base or foundation. What this particular dream is trying to relay would depend on the action of the dream. A bird in flight, for instance, will mean that there is motion connected with the thought pattern. What is stored in subconscious mind in the way of accumalated understandings that are not remembered as having been learned this lifetime came from learning from experiences in past lives. When something new to us comes very easily it is because we already have familiarity with something similar from the past.