Might Mean
Struggle: resistance, fight, anger, hostility, aggression, domination, assertiveness, power, powering through, breakdown, collapse, fall apart, weakness, defeat, surrender, losing it
Pain: suffering, affliction, frustration, grief, sorrow, despair, darkness, going through a storm, trauma, distress, injury, hurting, broken
Fear: apprehension, withdrawal, anxiety, angst, stress, PTSD, panic, survival instincts, danger, threat, vulnerability, yelling, uproar, tearing apart, fight-or-flight, freeze, paralysis
For Example
Movie Clips & Videos:

It's not your fault – Good Will Hunting

A short film to the music On The Nature of Daylight

The Two Fridas

"Jung says that the fiery lion – a passionate emotion – is a preliminary stage to the realization of the unconscious contents. So it is absolutely necessary to brave the lion, that is, to overcome one's emotions before one can enter the unconscious, or eternity."
"We see the lion here as the terrible side of God following the idea of the greatest heat in the zodiac. Jung compares the lion of Judah to the passage about actual fire, and indeed these are the passages he often quotes to show that facing an encounter with the Self needs downright heroism."
"Standing the fire of the emotions is the one thing that gets one near to the fire of the psychological Self. Some people, of course, have a strong moral sense and then the fire means accepting the shadow." [see the Judge]
– Barbara Hannah, The Archetypal Symbolism of Animals

Je Suis Parti (Jean Leloup), 
​​​​​​​The Lion's Roar (First Aid Kit)

The Lion's Roar – First Aid Kit

Tarot: Strength Reversed
Mythology:  Dispute between a man and his Ba, Nemean Lion
Alchemy: The Dark Sun (Splendor Solis)
And The Flip Side Is

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