Meaning of Aster Dreams | Dream Interpretation
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To dream of these hardy blooms signifies happiness and abundance; if you were gathering them, you will soon learn the solution to a mystifying puzzle.
See also Flowers.
107 dream symbols found for this dream.
If seen in gloom or at night, it predicts sadness of a temporary nature. Safe places (could be temporary), sanctuary, perhaps help is on its way, coming to you. Sanctuary; temporary safety.
To dream that you are in an abbey is confirmation that you are safe and have no cause to worry needlessly, though this safety may only be temporary.
To come upon an abbey unexpectedly is a sign that there is help around the corner. Apply this to any worries you may have and look at the other symbols in the dream and how they relate to this. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
To break an alabaster figure or vessel, denotes sorrow and repentence.
For a young woman to lose an alabaster box containing incense, signifies that she will lose her lover or property through carelessness of her reputation.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
If a piece of alabaster broken, smashed, discolored it is indicating disappointment. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
To dream that you break an alabaster figurine indicates that you harbor feelings of great sadness and are remorseful for certain decisions and acts.... Dream Symbols and Analysis
If the asteroid hits the earth then it may mean that these initiatives are not taking root and you must think of new ideas.... Dream Symbols and Analysis
If the asteroid hits the earth, then it indicates that your idealistic notions are deteriorating are being shattered apart.... My Dream Interpretation
A broadcaster in a dream also could represent a story teller, an advisor, a preacher, a reader, or an expert in investigating the news.... Islamic Dream Interpretation
For a young woman to dream that her lover is a dancing master, portends that she will have a friend in accordance with her views of pleasure and life. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
To watch a dancing master give instructions in your dream shows you will neglect some vital business matters.... Encyclopedia of Dreams
For a young woman to dream of a disaster in which she is a participant, foretells that she will mourn the loss of her lover by death or desertion.
To dream of a disaster at sea, denotes unhappiness to sailors and loss of their gains.
To others, it signifies loss by death; but if you dream that you are rescued, you will be placed in trying situations, but will come out unscathed.
To dream of a railway wreck in which you are not a participant, you will eventually be interested in some accident because of some relative or friend being hurt, or you will have trouble of a business character. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
2. Reverse: an improvement of circumstances on the way.
3. Fears or concerns regarding path in life or goals (travel disaster, especially involving a train). ... New American Dream Dictionary
(Also see Cloud of destruction)... Islamic Dream Interpretation
To dream of being in a disaster of any kind foretells the loss oi a lover, either through misunderstanding or an accident.... The Complete Dream Book
An exploding mine, for instance, depicts undue pressure or stress placed on an individual.... Dream Meanings of Versatile
• They are rarely prophetic though. More often they are an outlet for your hidden fears and anxieties about events that you feel are beyond your control.
• They signify fear of the future or being overwhelmed by events and doing too much for too many people.... The Premier in Dream Dictionary
To dream of being in or witnessing a disaster is a forerunner of improved circumstances.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams
See also: Storm; Tornado; Flood; Earthquake; Apocalypse; Landslide; Avalanche; Problem; Chaos; Failure; Accident; Event; Fire; Firefighting... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary
Warning or fear of danger. Alternatively, consternation over your ability to survive upheavals.
Avalanche: Feeling trapped, frozen, or unable to act. Or, an overwhelmingly heavy burden that you feel was thrust upon you unwillingly (see Ice, Snow).
Cave in: Tlie crumbling of foundations or an insecure position. Also a type of burial dream.
Earthquake: Something is shaking your foundations, potentially to the core of what you regard as truth. Alternatively, breaking up with, or away from, a person, organization, job, or situation.
Flood: Feeling swept away by uncontrolled emotions or overpowering circumstances. Alternatively, a thorough cleansing before a new start (see Water).
Hurricane or tornado: An alternative symbol of the air element, which relates to the mind, voice, or breath. In this case, however, the element is destructive, probably revealing ill-health or an overly active conscious mind that does not allow the intuitive self through.
If related specifically to speech, this symbolizes an individual whose loudmouthed nature destrovs much of what it contacts.
Landslide: Backward movement or retreat. Returning to old thought forms and behavior patterns.
Oil spill: A renewed awareness of personal responsibility toward nature. Alternatively, a defiled trust, the adulteration of an ideal, or a slipperv situation.
Volcano: These are Earth’s cauldrons that stir up your temper or other hot feelings that have already been building to the point of violent eruptions (see Fire). Find a safe outlet before someone gets hurt.
If the volcano exhibits a slow lava flow, this represents a gradual venting of emotions.... The Language of Dreams
Volcanoes and lightning create fire, an unstable earth unleashes quakes and avalanches, water creates floods and drought, and air stirs hurricanes and typhoons into furious motion. Manmade disasters also create explosive and devastating results. People’s lives are tragically ended or irreparably damaged in seconds, panic and fear take over, and the best and worst of human nature is exposed. It is small wonder, then, that the unconscious often employs the symbols of catastrophe and disaster to provide striking and memorable dream images or messages.
Dreams of disaster, such as those involving earthquakes and plane crashes, can be extremely detailed, intense, colorful and vivid. You may wake up terrified and concerned for your safety, or for the safety of loved ones. To dream of any kind of disaster is always unsettling, but it is important to point out that such dreams are rarely prophetic or precognitive; it is much more likely that they are an expression of your hidden fears or anxieties concerning events you feel are beyond your control. A disaster dream may be expressing anxiety about what the future will bring, or highlighting the fact that you are trying to do too many things, or trying to please too many people, at the expense of your own peace of mind. On the other hand, disaster dreams can also reveal great inner change and growth, but this change and growth may make you feel temporarily uncertain of yourself, your direction in life and your position in the world.
Group disaster dreams can be particularly frightening and they may even recur, making it easier to assume that they might be warnings of actual events. Although there are rare exceptions, it is important to point out that vehicles and locations crowded with people who experience disaster are usually symbolic, reflecting our experience with a social influence or a reallife group. For example, if you dream of being in a bus crash that leaves you dazed and miles from home, you may be feeling increasingly disillusioned and detached from the goals of your place of work; your hopes of achieving satisfaction in that area of your life may in fact be already wrecked. Your dreaming mind may be telling you that you have gone as far as you can with that group of people, or course of action, and it is time to change your approach or lifestyle.
In some instances, dreams about disaster that involve surroundings or people you know may be a simple warning. For example, you may have forgotten that your car is due for a service, but your unconscious remembers and tries to draw your attention to this oversight in a dream in which you are driving your car and the brakes suddenly fail.
If you have lived through a natural or manmade disaster, your dream may also be recalling the horrific events in an attempt to help you come to terms with the trauma. According to Gestalt therapists, dreams that repeat a disturbing event or focus on disaster scenarios following an experience of physical or emotional trauma are reminding the dreamer that there is an emotional scar that needs attention and healing.
Finally, when trying to interpret any dream that involved a natural disaster, remember that if you live in an area that is prone to them your dream may simply be reflecting your anxiety about being caught up in such a catastrophe. The same applies to manmade disasters, such as terrorist attacks or train crashes. Your dream may be triggered by the climate of fear, and intense media coverage and speculation that now surround these tragic events. See also ACCIDENTS, ACTION AND ADVENTURES; NIGHTMARES.... The Element Encyclopedia
3. Being born again spiritually. ... New American Dream Dictionary
Folklore: Good omen.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
If you’ve just gone through a dark night of the soul, take heart in knowing that you are undergoing transformation, and you will come through better and brighter than ever before. See Rebirth and Spring.... Strangest Dream Explanations
If bunnies and eggs, represents a celebration, playfulness and delight.... The Dream Books Symbols
2- Dreaming of an Easter egg indicates there is a great deal of potential available to us on a mental level that needs releasing.
3- An Easter egg is associated with Spring, as in ‘hope springs eternal’. Rebirth and resurrection.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
For a man such a dream is more likely to be to do with his innate sense of timing.... Dream Meanings of Versatile
Depth Psychology: Easter eggs are a symbol of fertility and the desire for physical love. See Egg. Easter, on the other hand, symbolizes your longing for redemption in a certain matter.... Dreamers Dictionary
2. Lessons needed to be learned.
3. A tendency to be too hard on oneself. ... New American Dream Dictionary
If the disaster in the dream is specifically manmade and not natural, such as a terrorist attack, or a plane, train, car, or bus crash, this image may be urging you to change an attitude or belief system before the situation in waking life becomes perilous. These dreams are telling you that you are not in a safe place and you need to move away from it.
Oftentimes, the unconscious will use cultural symbols and images to bring to mind some thematic experience or situation. For example, to dream of the attack on the World Trade Center can be symbolic of a tragedy, a horrendous situation, an attack, or the destruction of one’s working environment. Similarly, any form of terrorist attack can be symbolic of an intrusive invasion of your personal space in waking life, a violent clash of opinions or cruel, sadistic and cowardly behavior.
If you dreamed of making a panicstricken call to the emergency services, could your unconscious have been highlighting your fear that an emotional trauma has devastated your world, or is about to, and that you urgently need help? A dream focusing on a disaster in your home may be saying something about your attitude to life. It might be that you are ready to make important changes that will involve destroying what you have built up over the years, or it could be a warning that your present, or planned, actions could prove disastrous in the long run. Much depends on your reaction. Supposing that you dreamed your house was falling down; if you were relieved, unconcerned or walked away from the ruins, you are ready to move on and leave the past behind you.
You may have had a dream that focused on manmade environmental pollution and the disease, destruction, decay and death to which this leads.
If you have had such a dream, the dream is urging you to avoid an attitude, thought or emotion that is not good for you, now or in the future.
Other people’s attitudes and beliefs may also be contaminating the way you think and feel, and this can sometimes be shown in dreams about toxic waste or poisons. On the other hand your dream may be urging you to become more environmentally aware.
If demolition features in the dream, it can highlight either self-inflicted trauma or changes in your life, depending on the circumstances of the dream.
If you are carrying out the demolition, you should be in control, but if someone else is, you may feel powerless in the face of change. You may also be conscious of a build-up of tension within you that can only by released by a breakdown of old attitudes and approaches.... The Element Encyclopedia
If you are a master, and command many people under you, you will excel in judgment in the fine points of life, and will hold high positions and possess much wealth. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
2. To have a master means one feels controlled by someone. ... New American Dream Dictionary
If negative or minus numbers appear in your dream, they are not necessarily negative symbols. In some instances they may contain a message to look back to a past time or situation and evaluate it more objectively. Perhaps you need to take a few steps back from a situation or to revisit things, as glitches may still need to be sorted out. On the other hand, negative numbers may reveal a sense of negativity and could be a wake-up call for you to start thinking more positively.... The Element Encyclopedia
A frequent dream symbol for the conscience. Often points to the fact that you should take better care of body and soul.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
2. Desire to be religious. ... New American Dream Dictionary
The attempt or desire to maintain total religious autonomy through sequestration.
The counsel here is caution, being certain that seclusion is the right answer to your questions or problems.
Reclusiveness that may or may not be in your best interest. Remember that by trying to avoid something, we often end up running right into it!... The Language of Dreams
If you dreamed of wearing a medical plaster or a plaster cast, you are likely to have to defend your reputation as a result of your own careless behavior, but if the plaster was on someone else, you are likely to be called on to help a friend or relative who is in trouble.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams
To have plaster fall upon you, denotes unmitigated disasters and disclosure.
To see plasterers at work, denotes that you will have a sufficient competency to live above penury.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
2. Wordplay on drunkenness.
3. Family or domestic arrangements (note condition of plaster).
4. Indicates healing, often of a physical injury or an emotional injury like an insult. ... New American Dream Dictionary
(Also see Plasterer)... Islamic Dream Interpretation
Getting stuck, being glued to something (in reference to relationships, work, etc.). Something may be smoothed out with plaster, as in Ironing. Plaster is used to make a copy of an original. What are you copying? Falsehood.
Folklore: Being wrongly accused.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
If it appears in the form stucco, there is a danger before you.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams
If a person sees himself imprisoned in a new, plastered house which is unknown to him then such a house represents his grave.... Islamic Dream Interpretation
(Also see Mortar carrier; Plaster)... Islamic Dream Interpretation
In his book Recollections of Abraham Lincoln, 1847-1865, Ward Hill Lamon relates a dream Lincoln had shortly before his death. In the dream, Lincoln heard a group of people mournfully weeping downstairs in the White House, but when he went to investigate, he found no mourners, although their desperate weeping continued. Upon entering the East Room he discovered a corpse wrapped in funeral vestments. Demanding of one of the soldiers stationed there, ‘Who is dead in the White House?,’ he received the reply, ‘The President. He was killed by an assassin.’ A day before the SS Titanic’s demise, a woman on the infamous ship dreamt of the horrible event that was to occur the next day. She told her husband, who scoffed at her worries and ignored her pleas. However, the dream so affected her that she secretly prepared herself the night before and had all her children sleep in their warm clothes in order to be ready at a moment’s notice. During the night, after the ship struck the iceberg, she and her children were rescued and escaped the sinking ship. Her husband, sadly, went down with more than 1,500 people.
In 1914, one hundred and twenty Newfoundland sealers were abandoned on an ice-floe in the North Atlantic during winter. The incompetence of the ship’s captain, and of other crew members, meant that the missing men were not noticed for two days and two nights. By the time they were rescued, more than half were dead. It was the worst disaster to strike the Newfoundland sealing community in many years. However, the disaster did not come without warning. One of the fiftyfive survivors later told of a dream he had two weeks before the disaster. According to Cassie Brown’s report on the disaster: ‘John Howlet had suffered a chilling nightmare weeks before. In his dream he was on a mountain of ice, lost and freezing. He was alone, terribly and frighteningly alone, but everywhere he wandered there were vague, indefinable “things” on the ice around him—things with no particular shape that he could make out. He found himself walking among those things, unable to find his way, wondering what they were and dreading them. In his dream he was counting, counting, counting…He was still counting the white mounds when he awoke, shivering and terribly depressed.’
Unfortunately, even this dream did not make him avoid joining the crew of the ship, Newfoundland, most of whom would be dead in a matter of days. It was only afterwards he realized that the bodies covered with snow were the white mounds from his dream.
In his autobiography, Jung recounts disturbing dreams and visions in 1913. In one vision he witnessed a monstrous flood covering Germany and realized a catastrophe was in progress. ‘I saw the mighty yellow waves, the floating rubble of civilization, and the drowned bodies of uncounted thousands. Then the whole sea turned to blood.’ Jung said he was perplexed and nauseated, assuming this vision was personal. It was not until World War I broke out a year later that he realized its collective nature. This irrational experience led Jung to conclude that each person’s unconscious possesses not only a personal, but also a collective, dimension.
Probably one of the best-established and most reputable cases of premonitions of disaster comes from the grim events that occurred on 21 October 1966 in Aberfan, Wales. On that day, 116 children and twenty-eight adults were killed when a large mountain of coal collapsed and buried a small section of the town of Aberfan, including an elementary school filled with children. The disaster touched nearly every family in the town and effectively extinguished an entire generation of children. After the disaster, the reports of premonitions began to flood in. The mother of one of the deceased students reported that her ten-year-old child (who died in the disaster) had a dream the night before which foretold the disaster. The child told her mother, ‘I dreamed I went to school and there was no school there.
Something black had come down all over it.’
The reports of precognitive dreams literally came from all over Wales and England. One lady had a nightmare that she suffocated in ‘deep blackness’. Another dreamed of a small child being buried by a large landslide. Another clearly saw a schoolhouse be buried by an avalanche of coal, and rescue workers digging frantically for survivors. Another woke up from a nightmare in which she was being buried alive. On the morning of the disaster, Mrs Sybil Brown woke from a dream in which she saw children being overcome by ‘a black, billowing mass’. Probably the clearest of the premonitions was reported by a man in north-west England who claimed that the night before the disaster he had a dream which consisted only of letters being spelled out in dazzling light: A-B-E-R-F-A-N. At the time, the dream had no meaning to him. Hours later, he would realize with horror what it meant.
An interesting phenomenon occurred in the aftermath of the terrorist plane attacks that destroyed the World Trade Center and damaged the Pentagon on 11 September 2001: numerous people came forward with reports of vivid dreams they’d had of these disasters in advance. The dreams were filled with images that later took place: planes crashing into buildings, planes crashing on the ground, tall buildings collapsing, flames shooting out of buildings, people running covered in gray ash, and feelings of panic, mass death and war. These nightmarish dreams were so realistic that many people awoke from them in terror and sweat.
The question most often raised about precognitive disaster dreams is, if so many people dreamed in advance of these disasters, why could nothing have been done to prevent them? The answer is that most people who have precognitive dreams only realize that they have had them after the events the dreams foretold have taken place, and they see how their dreams matched the events. Other dreamers, especially those who have periodic or frequent precognitive dreams, usually do not dream enough specific details to know exactly what is going to happen, where, and when. Some may only have a sense of dread that ‘something terrible’ is going to happen, usually soon. For example, a dream that a tall building is collapsing would not have sparked the immediate connection that terrorists were going to fly planes into the World Trade Center on the morning of 11 September 2001. A dream analyst would more likely interpret the image dream within the context of the dreamer’s life, suggesting that the dream reflected emotional turmoil within the dreamer’s life.... The Element Encyclopedia
2. Life’s journey seems out of control.
3. Modes of behavior are growing erratic. ... New American Dream Dictionary
The sever changes in mood and temperament are draining and unproductive and maybe highlighted by the roller coaster dream.
If the dream is feeling emotionally flat and apathetic, then this dream may be a form of compensation.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
The thrill from dangerous adventures or liaisons.
The question here is whether or not the danger is worth the excitement.
Anxiety over sexual encounters, or tension created by nonsexual relationships that constantly vacillate between love and hate, passion and passivity.... The Language of Dreams
If you are enjoying the tumultuousness of the ride, then you are handling uncertainty with an adventurous spirit.... Strangest Dream Explanations
To dream of a broken or malfunctioning roller coaster means that you are not handling a certain situation as well as you could.... My Dream Interpretation
(2) It may also symbolize the sexual act, and therefore express sexual desire. If, however, the experience is unpleasant or frightening, the dream may be expressing sexual anxiety.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols
If you resist the sensations of the journey, it can be terrifying.
If you welcome them, there can be great exhilaration. Which end of that continuum you find yourself on in the dream illuminates your relationship to the ups and downs your life is currently throwing at you.
A roller coaster symbolizes one of life’s biggest challenges—sudden changes in intensity and direction. These rapid shifts constitute the rhythm of life that we have all come to expect, especially when transition is afoot.
Dreaming of such a symbol indicates that life is currently or about to hurl itself up to the heights, plummet into the depths, or both. Remember that if you find yourself riding the roller coaster of life, you have chosen to benefit from all of the possibilities life has to offer.
It is through the challenging ups and downs that we are able to create brilliant manifestations of our heart’s desires.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams
If this dream feels stressful, then you are venting out and moving through your fears of public speaking, and you are building up your confidence to express yourself more effectively. See Speech.... Strangest Dream Explanations