Black Suit With Black Hat Young Man | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Black Suit Black Hat Young

Animals With Their Young Or Baby Animals

Maternal and paternal instinct; your basic childhood need for love and protection or your own experience of being parented. A baby animal can refer to yourself when young and vulnerable; feelings or memories concerning your childhood; desire for babies; vulnerability; fundamental survival instincts such as crying out for protection and comfort and the need for dependence and bonding.

If the young animal is injured or dying, this could suggest problems with maturing or dealing with adult life.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Axe / Hatchet

Axes have a complex range of meanings. Their meaning must be determined from the larger context of any particular dream. Axes are symbols of execution (beheading), and can therefore represent anxieties about being punished or killed. We also speak about being “axed” from our position of employment (job anxiety). In ancient times, axes were made from meteorites, and they were associated with the divinities of the sky and the power expressed by rain (fertility), thunder (power), and lightning (illumination). In the hands of the dreamer, axes are thus symbols of personal power; how they are utilized shows how the individual is using or misusing his or her power.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Bathing Suit

If you dream of shopping for bathing suits, you may be worrying about being judged by others.

If all the suits feel tight or ill-fitting, you need to protect your reputation by cooling down your activities with boys.

If you try on lots of great suits, success is ahead for you.

If you dream of wearing a bikini, you want to fall in love. Also think about the color of the swimsuit(s) to get more meaning out of your dream.... My Dream Interpretation

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Bathing Suit

At the heart of it, the bathing suit is about modesty.

The very act of swimming, immersing oneself in water for sheer pleasure, brings with it a likelihood of nakedness. Culturally, however, we are compelled to cover up. In this way, a bathing suit is a symbol of that modesty and the desire to keep a certain amount of protection. There is also an implication associated with this symbol of a connection to water that may not be present in the dream itself.

If you are wearing a bathing suit, then you have in the past or may in the future connect yourself to water, the ultimate symbol of emotional expression.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Black

Oppressed... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Black

1. Sorrow and mourning.

2. Absorbing energy (black absorbs light, producing heat, energy).

3. Sober, austere (like the cloth­ing of a minister or priest). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Black

The color black in a dream means prosperity and happiness. In a dream, everything black represents money, dominion and power and particularly for those who are used to wearing black. Otherwise, as for those who are not used to wearing black garments, wearing it in a dream means sorrow.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black

The unconscious, unknown; hidden or avoided, the unaccepted side of self, not being aware, depression; fear, death. Also the eanhy, or source of life and growth. What is hidden in the unconscious or body can be powerfully trans­formative. Black clothes or undergarments: hidden or uncon­scious feelings or sexuality. Black animals: unconscious drives and urges. See dark. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Black

A symbol of emotional stagnation or a depiction of the unconscious or the unknown. Grief and death, but also magical power and fertility. In earlier books about dreams, black animals are always seen in an unfavorable light, while white animals are always considered positive images.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Black

(see Color, Blindness, Darkness) Mourning or depression.

Feeling lost, obstructed, blinded, or overwhelmed by fear.

In some beliefs, the color of evil or negativity.

The source is something that you must determine here. Is it within or without?

The subconscious, or the other side of self that we have trouble facing (see Shadow).... The Language of Dreams

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Black

Black represents the power of the darkness, the unconscious, what is hidden, and the manifest power of the earth. It may represent grief or morbidity. Black is also considered the color of death. Wearing a black dress in your dreams may suggest mourning, while a black hat suggests having good manners.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Black

Black is the color of the unconscious, of sinking into darkness, or mourning. Black is masculine, night, unsettling, and unconscious.

Depth Psychology: Black is the color of limitation, mourning, taboo, magic, hardness, conservatism, old age, inhibition, restriction, melancholy, defense, and sacrifice.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Black

To see the color of black in your dream represents disapproval in a person or situation. It also stands for darkness, isolation, and unimportance. Black can also symbolize concealment, dishonesty, or the end of life.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Black

This is an unfortunate colour when seen in a dream, unless it is in connection with a funeral, when it becomes a dream of contrary.... Mystic Dream Book

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Black

Dreams of the color black symbolize that which is mysterious, secretive, seductive, unknowable; a shadow aspect of your power that has not yet been realized. See Integration Dreams.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Black

Holds within it all colour in potential. It suggests manifestation, negativity and judgement.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Black

Unhappiness.

A rough road ahead. Something that the dreamer needs to know. In extreme cases, a death - BUT THE DREAMER’S DEATH IS NEVER SHOWN. Astrological parallel: Scorpio... Dream Explanations of Astro Center

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Black

Black symbolizes the unknown, the unconscious, danger, mystery and malice.

If you feel happy in the dream, the blackness could imply hidden spirituality and divine qualities.... My Dream Interpretation

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Black

Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble will be yonrs if you dreamed of anything black, unless you saw it at a funeral, in which case it predicts success, especially in love affairs.

See also Colors.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Black

(1) A black hole or dark depths - for example, an unlit cellar or a deep well or oceanic depths - may represent the unconscious. This blackness mav be frightening, so long as the unconscious remains alien and unfamiliar. However, black can also be warm and comforting - which is whv insomniacs arc sometimes advised to close their eyes and imagine themselves wrapped.round in black velvet.

If you begin to trust your unconscious (which means trusting Nature), each previously horrifying or disgusting part of your unconscious will show itself in a new light, as something vou need for personal fulfilment. Putting vour consciousness

into the unconscious - becoming aware of it - means putting more and more light into the darkness.

If a star or other bright light appears in the blackness, this may be seen as a ‘light at the end of the tunnel’, that is, as a symbol of the ‘illumination’ - new wisdom or insight - that may be achieved by dwelling a while in the unconscious and making its better acquaintance.

(2) Black (particularly for white people) may symbolize evil.

If so, bear in mind that, as a general rule, what appears in your dreams is always some part of you, and that the so-called ‘evil’ (and therefore repressed) parts of you are really evil only if, because of neglect, they become rebellious, or if you let them take control away from your conscious self. These ‘evil’ things are transformed into good things - creative, and bringing fuller life, happiness and wholeness - when conscious and unconscious interact and establish a harmonious working relationship.

NB It is only Judaism, Christianity and Islam that have a thoroughgoing dualism of good and evil, and a matching moral dogmatism. In the earliest known forms of religion, and in traditions (such as the Hindu, Buddhist and Taoist traditions) that have not cut themselves off from their early roots, good and evil are opposite but equally necessary’ components of reality; and in mystical traditions (including Jewish, Christian and Islamic mysticism) even God is described as a coming together of opposites - good and evil, but also masculine and feminine.

(3) A person dressed in black may represent vour shadow.

(4) A black-skinned person (if you are white-skinned) may represent either the shadow or closeness to Nature.

(5) A black animal probably represents some unconscious repressed drive or emotion.

If the animal is fierce, this possibly means that something yrou have repressed is now urgently pressing you to give it your conscious attention and let it have some expression in your w aking life.

(6) Blackness (as in a black night, etc.) may simply signify’ diminished visibility, in which case the meaning of the dream may have something to do w ith a loss of orientation in your life. Do vou feel you don’t know’ which w’ay to go; or that you don’t hav e the energy’ or will to go in any direction? If so, make a pact w ith v our unconscious to die effect that, if it will tell you where you have the potential - and the need - to go, you will respond accordingly in your life. Then pav close attention

to the dreams that follow. (If you go the next few nights without dreaming - or, more precisely, without recalling any dreams - this probably means that you are backing out of the pact and setting up a defence against what you fear your unconscious might have to tell you.)

(7) Black may symbolize despair or deep depression.

If so, follow the advice given in (6) above.

(8) In many parts of the world black is associated with death.

It is possible, therefore, that this is what the colour signifies in your dream. Bear in mind, however, that death in a dream may refer to something internal: the ‘death’ - or the giving up - of something within you (for example, some irrational fear, or other negative attitude or emotion). See also Death.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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Black

Unconscious, unknown parts of self, sometimes those we have rejected through fear. See Color.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Black

The color black represents fear, the absence of light, and ignorance.

It is also associated with death, pain, and sadness. When this color predominates in a dream, it means you are being brought down by pessimism and confusion. (See DESERT, MIDNIGHT, and DEATH)... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Black

The darker sides of life connect with the color black. Though it is thought of as the absence of color to some, in the world of physics, black is actually the presence of all colors in the object that embodies it.

It is the color that absorbs the most light, retains heat, and is associated with death, as it is the opposite of life-affirming white. As the color of mourning, black clothing represents the social construct of receiving consolation in some cultures. When we are in mourning, we are surrounded by people who share in our sadness. In the same way that a black shirt will absorb all wavelengths of sunlight, a person in mourning wears black in order to absorb the light from those who surround him or her. In the world of fashion, black has a connotation of being trendy and sophisticated. Nighttime is when blackness reigns, bringing secrecy and the ability to hide into this color’s symbolic meaning.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Black

Black is viewed as a symbol of death and mourning in many cultures, and when it appears in dreams it is linked with feelings of sadness, loss and even passivity. Its appearance may also represent the death of old ideas, or some other aspect of change. Another possible explanation is that it represents a hidden or rejected aspect of the dreamer, as it is also the color of mystery, the unconscious and sometimes even protection. Some dream analysts refer to the shadowy effects of black in dreams, suggesting that they are symbols of the dreamer’s shadow or of an unfulfilled part of their life. It may therefore symbolize absolute recklessness and disregard of life, without considering or caring about the consequences.

If black predominates in a dream, consider taking a rational and reasonable approach in waking life

A black coffin in a dream may represent the end of a friendship and the dream may force the dreamer to re-evaluate the friendship, or let it go. ... The Element Encyclopedia

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Black / White Birds

The two aspects of the anima or self may be represented as two opposites; the black bird signifies the dark, neglected or shadowy side; the white the open, clear, free side. ... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Black And White

If your dream is all in black and white (with no color), you are experiencing an internal change. Your conscious and unconscious selves are merging to create a greater self. This is a positive dream of unification.... My Dream Interpretation

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Black And White Dreams

To dream in black and white suggests that you need to be more objective in formulating your decisions. You may be a little too unyielding in your thought processes, and thus need to find some sort of balance between two opposing views. Consider the views and opinions of others. Alternatively, black and white dreams may be a sign of depression or sadness. You may feel that there is not enough excitement in your life.

It is a quite commonly held belief that we only dream in black and white, but many people are able to identify tones of color in their dreams.

If this is the case, why is it believed that we only dream in black and white? It may be because dreams that appear to be black and white only appear so because the color is not relevant. This doesn’t necessarily mean, however, that such dreams are in black and white. Black and white is a function of television when the color information is removed, but the same is not true of the mind. For example, grass might not be green in a dream, but it’s not gray as it is in a black and white movie; the color simply is not relevant and your unconscious isn’t highlighting it. This non-relevance fools the conscious mind on waking up into concluding that, by implication, the dream must have been in black and white.

A black funeral may suggest difficulties in, or the need for a new approach to, a relationship or work issue, as the current approach is doomed. Or are you grieving for a phase or aspect of your life that has recently come to an end? As stated above, black often represents the death of new ideas, so could your dream be telling you to prepare for the transition? Black animals that appear in dreams are usually associated with notions of temptation, unconscious drives and urges, whilst black clothes and underwear are a symbol of hidden or unconscious feelings, or sexuality. A night dream scene shrouded in darkness may relate to a certain lack of direction in your waking life. According to traditional symbolism, black is also associated with wickedness, so if you are menaced by a person wearing black in your dream, could the dream be a depiction of your darkest fears. Do you worry that someone is a threat to you or are you your own worst enemy?

Keywords: the unknown, the unconscious, danger, mystery, darkness, death, mourning, hate and malice.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Black Ass

It means prosperity and becoming a leader in his community.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Belt

An expert in spiritual warfare ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Black Bird

Unconscious drives; death; the negative aspect of mother. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Black Board

Dreams of a black board signify a profound message for you. Consider the message written on the board.

If it is a clean slate, then this represents that you have an open mind.

If you are writing on the black board, then you have a message that you want to share.

If someone else is writing on the black board, then you are allowing another to influence you. See Power Point.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Black Cat

A black cat can symbolize evil or bad luck for many non-Christians and is a common dream symbol in many nightmares... Christian Dream Symbols

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Black Cat

To dream of any black animal is unfortunate, for these are associated with evil spirits (Artemidorus); the Chinese attach cspecial misfortune to the symbol of the black cat. American Indians hold it as a symbol of good luck.... The Fabric of Dream

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Black Coin

Black coins that are counterfeit symbolise deception, lies and quarrelling.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Coins Contained In A Bag

If a person sees himself as receiving black coins contained in a bag or pocket, it means a secret will be told to him which he will guard as a trust to his utmost ability.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Colour

Black colour in all things is regarded as good and pleasant except in grapes. There is no good to be expected in them.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Cow

It symbolises a good and prosperous year.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Crow (blackbird)

If you dream of seeing a blackbird in your dream, then the next few months will be tedious as you move along in a rut.

If your dream is of a blackbird flying, and singing, then you will meet with good fortune.

To dream that you are eating this blackbird is an indication that there is someone you need to apologize to, ‘eat crow’.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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Black Eye

To dream of having a black eye symbolizes your refusal to see the truth about something. This dream often suggests that the dreamer is experiencing emotional pain, possibly related to a romantic situation.... My Dream Interpretation

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Black Grapes

Black grapes, although in reality are excellent buit in a dream they do not augur well for the one who sees them.

The reason being that Hadhrat Nooh (AS) cursed his son out of anger. Consequently, the grapes that the son had in his hand turned black. Therefore, in view of this incident, there is no benefit in seeing black grapes.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Hair

If a woman sees herselfhaving a thick black hair in a dream, it means that she will marry a respected and a handsome looking husband.

If she sees herself having a charcoal colored hair in the dream, it means that she will live satisfied with her husband’s wealth or inheritance.

(Also see Strand of hair)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Hole

In spiritual terms a black hole has the same connotation as the void or the abyss.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Black Hole

Psychological / emotional perspective: There are times when a black hole can warn of depression or of venturing into the unknown.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Black Hole

Material aspects: Experiencing a black hole in dreams can be a little like alice in wonderland’s rabbit hole – an entry into the bizarre world of dream images.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Black Hole

If you dream about a black hole, it is a warning about getting pulled into undesirable situations by people who have a bad influence on you. Rethink your relationships and how much power you give others over yourself. This dream can also indicate that something or someone in your life has just came out of nowhere.... My Dream Interpretation

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Black Horse

The owner will acquire abundant wealth and tremendous happiness.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Horse

Symbolic of famine, Rev. 6:5 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Black Jack

Gambling with Dark Side.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Black Mare

he will marry a wealthy woman.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Maria

A dream of contrary if you were in the police wagon; you can expect an improvement in status.

But if you observed others being taken away, it predicts a temporary setback.

See also Arrest.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Black Mud

(See Sludge)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Or Red Raisins

They signify blessings, prosperity, livelihood and wealth.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Pepper

(See Pepper)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Person

Depends which skin colour one has.

If white: one’s natural drives, feelings about coloured people; or if per­son is known, what you feel about them.

If black or brown: one’s own cultural feelings; same as any person’ dream.

Example: \ was in a cubicle or small toilet with a very black coloured woman. She told me there was something wrong with her vagina. She was undressed. I rubbed her va­gina and we both felt enormous passion. I then awoke but couldn’t at first remember the dream. I have refrained from sexual intercourse for some weeks, as I always feel shattered/ tired afterwards. Anyway I woke very wet, yet couldn’t re­member any orgasm. I could remember some question of sex as I awoke. Then I remembered the dream and continued it in fantasy. I experienced powerful urges to find a woman to have a non-committed sexual relationship with. But in the end I wanted to share my feelings with my wife, but she seemed deep asleep and unresponsive. When I slept again I dreamt I was in London, had got off one bus, but was not at any desti­nation. I was standing about not making a move to find my direction. Then I began to look’ (Alfred C).

To understand this dream in some depth it is helpful to think of a sexual drive as a flow, like a river. As such it can be blocked, in which case it will seek an alternative route. Sexual energy or flow is not simply a mechanical thing, ihough; it is also deeply feeling in its connection with the most profound sides of hu­man life such as parenthood and the canng and providing for young. In the history of white people a great deal of sexual frustration has arisen out of the ideas of sin and guilt in their religion.

A view arose for the white race that the black races had an easier and less frustrating relationship with the natural —which includes not only sexuality but the body as a whole, and nature also. So when Alfred dreams of the black woman, he is meeting what is natural and flowing in himself, but which he has blocked by his will because he felt shattered after sex.

The pan about the bus shows him trying to find a direction in which his sexual feelings could move satisfyingly in connection with other people.

Unfonunately, as Jung points out in Man and His Symbols, people in modern society, whether black, yellow, brown or white, have lost their sense of nature and the cosmos as being anything other than processes without consciousness or living feeling. Jung says. No river contains a spirit, no tree is the life principle of a man. no snake the embodiment of wisdom. No voice now speaks to man from stones, plants, and animals, nor does he speak to them believing they can hear.’ The im­portance of such dreams as Arthur’s is that it shows the pas­sionate relationship between our personality and the pnmitive and natural.

A black person, born and bred in a modern setting, would most likely dream of a black bushman to depict their own natural drives. See identity and dreams; Africa; sex in dreams. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Black Sheep

An outcast or misfit ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Black Sheep

If you were called a “black sheep*’ in your dream, it’s a warning to guard your tongue.

To see a black sheep forecasts some unexpected profit See also Sheep and Animals.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Black Stone

(The corner stone of the Ka’aba; God’s House in Mecca) Seeing or holding the Black Stone of the Ka’aba in one’s dream means paying allegiance to the ruler, or it could mean repentance from sin at the hand of a pious Imam, or it could mean kissing one’s son, wife or bosom friend. It also means serving people in the government.

If one sees himself touching the Black Stone in his dream, it means that he will follow and learn at the hand of one of the Imams of the Arabian peninsula. Seeing the sacred Black Stone in a dream is perhaps an indication of going to perform one’s pilgrimage.

If one sees himself cutting into the Black Stone in a dream, it means that he wants people to follow his personal opinions.

If he sees the pilgrims searching for the Black Stone but cannot find it in a dream, it means that he thinks of himself to be right and the rest of the people to be wrong. It also could mean that he possesses a knowledge which he hides from others. Ifhe touches the Black Stone in his dream, it means that he follows the teachings of an Imam from among the Hijazite Arabs.

If he sees the Black Stone being a castle for himself in a dream, it means that he follows religious innovations.

If he swallows the Black Stone in his dream, it means that he is a affected person who will mislead people.

(Also see Ka’aba; Corner Stone)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Black Vehicle

Secret movement.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Black Widow

1. Insecurities, often regarding relationships.

2. Fem­inine power, often hostile in nature. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Black Widow

To dream about a black widow spider symbolizes anxiety over an affair. It’s possible that you feel bound up and cramped, and there might be some angry feelings.

The female of this spider species is known to eat the male, so it can also be a symbol of female dominion.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Black Widow Spider

A demonic spirit, Isa. 59:4-5 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Blackberries

To dream of blackberries denotes many ills.

To gather them is unlucky. Eating them denotes losses. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Blackberries

1. Unconscious sexual desires emerge.

2. A need to use more vigilance in affairs, business or emotional.

3. Possible re­versal of fortune. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Blackberries

Ltfce everything black, this fruit predicts harm, either through illness or accident.... The Complete Dream Book

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Blackberries

A dream in which you see or eat blackberries means that you are acting without caution.

It is also symbolic of repressed carnal urges.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Blackberries

Unlike most Nature omens, this is bad owing to the colour. See RASPBERRIES.... Mystic Dream Book

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Blackberries

Denote sorrow and arrogance, said to date from when lucifer fell into a bush when he was sent to earth from heaven.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Blackberries

Whether you saw them, picked them, or ate them, blackberries predict reverses.

Pull in your belt and be prepared to struggle for a while.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Blackberry

Connected to nature. All Berries have a sexual connotation (clitoris).

Folklore: Bad omen because of the dark color.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Blackberry

Dreams of a blackberry symbolize forbidden fruit and/or passion that you cannot express in the light of day. Dreams of a phone/organizer/address book represents that you are realizing the enormous power you have in the palm of your hand. See Fruit and World Wide Web.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Blackberry

Thanks to its wild character and peculiar flavor, the blackberry is a symbol of seduction. In this manner, it could give us happiness, but could also occasionally bring us hardships.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Blackberry Bush

Its symbolism is somewhat complex. It refers to virginal purity, to pleasure, and to pain. The thorns of the bush express torment; the sweet fruits are joy, fertility, and abundance. They can be interpreted as a reward for effort and suffering. However, you should analyze all the elements of the dream and oneiric image as a whole to decipher the message from the unconscious.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Blackbird

1. Possible misfortune.

2. Good fortune (especially if it is flying). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Blackbird

In a dream, a blackbird represents a diligent and a highly recommended writer.

A blackbird also represents a well spoken and a good looking son.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Blackbird

See Bird. Subtle sign of hope.

If the bird is singing, happiness and the need to be more casual. Points to the carefree life of birds: they neither sow nor reap.

Folklore: A bad omen.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Blackbird

see Birds... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Blackbird

See Bird... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Blackbird

To see a blackbird in your dream is a sign of bad luck to come. It can also indicate that you do not feel the drive or determination to complete a task or achieve a goal.

To see a flying blackbird in your dream means that you will experience prosperity or good luck.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Blackbird

Another omen that depends upon the colour.It is unfortunate.... Mystic Dream Book

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Blackbird

See birds... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Blackbird

You can expect a dreary drag for the next few months if you dreamed of seeing a blackbird.

However, if it was flying or singing, the significance alters to one of a successful venture.

See also Birds.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Blackbird

This talkative bird symbolizes gossip.

To hear a blackbird whistling is a sign of slander.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Blackbird

Ancient dream oracles suggest that to see a blackbird in your dream is a bad omen, bringing about misfortune for you in the coming weeks. It is a good sign, however, if the blackbird is flying. Modern dream researchers suggest that anxiety is expressed by the presence of black birds, or a blackbird in particular, in dreams.

If the blackbird is attacking someone or something in the dream, it is a comment on how you may be relating to your emotions in waking life.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Blackbirds

Both in dream lore and in symbolism these birds indicate slander, suspicion and trouble.... The Fabric of Dream

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Blackboard

To see in your dreams writing in white chalk on a blackboard, denotes ill tidings of some person prostrated with some severe malady, or your financial security will be swayed by the panicky condition of commerce. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Blackboard

1. A message is coming—likely from the past, possibly a repressed memory.

2. A “lesson” is being communicated. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Blackboard

(See Tablet)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Blackboard

Memories of something repressed. Points to fears and difficulties during your time in school. At issue here is knowledge and being tested. See Table.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Blackboard

See Chalk.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Blackboard

(see School, Signage, Writing)

Life’s important lessons—the ones that we return to regularly to determine our actions and reactions.

Structured learning and accumulated knowledge.

A common dream appearing to students during exam time. In this case, what’s on the blackboard is likely a reflection of those studies.

A formula appearing on a blackboard often refers to the solution to some conflict or problem. Try to find a way to translate the pictographs into positive actions.... The Language of Dreams

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Blackboard

Writing on a blackboard may suggest that you have some lessons to give to others, and it may represent putting out an idea that you may want others to take notice of.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Blackboard

Vision: Writing on a blackboard: start managing your money better and don’t borrow any right now.

A blank blackboard: expect to receive a note—and pay careful attention to what is says! Wiping a blackboard clean: you have thought through your new approach to a project much better than before.

Depth Psychology: Are you looking at a blackboard for help and advice? Is the advice a warning to watch out for losses and risks? Is it a reminder from your unconscious to prepare a certain matter more carefully? You will know the answer better than anyone else.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Blackboard

If you dreamed about a blackboard, news is on the way.

If you observed white writing on the board, the news that is coming will probably affect your immediate plans.... My Dream Interpretation

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Blackboard

News is on the way if a blackboard figured in your dream.

If you observed white writing on the board, the news will probably affect your immediate plans.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Blackboard

To see yourself obligated to stand up at the blackboard and explain something generally indicates a feeling of insecurity about your own proposals. On the contrary, it refers to the fear of being held accountable by others for those proposals.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Blackhead

The result of oppressive anxiety that has built-up gradually; removal is being loosed; see “loose”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Blackheads

If you dream of having blackheads on your skin, it means that you are worrying over trivial matters.

To see others with blackheads on them means that you will be troubled with complaints from friends and acquaintances.

To dream that you are trying to get rid of your blackheads, indicates that you need to face and express your negative emotions.... My Dream Interpretation

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My Dream Interpretation

Blacking

See Shoes.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Blackmail

Blackmail suggests that there is a part of us that is aware of information that we hold. However, we have difficulty in sharing that information with others. We may also be called upon to account for past actions.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Blackmail

Psychological / emotional perspective: For many people privacy is a very emotive issue and to dream of blackmail suggests that someone has penetrated our defences, probably in an inappropriate way.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Blackmail

Material aspects: When there is conflict between two courses of action, to dream of blackmail suggests that we are being forced in some way to take an action which goes against our natural instincts.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Blackmail

If you dream of someone trying to blackmail you, it is a warning against indiscreet behavior with someone of the opposite sex.

If you were the blackmailer in your dream, you would be wise to avoid any type of gambling because you will be unlucky.... My Dream Interpretation

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Blackmail

You are being warned against indiscreet behavior with the opposite sex if someone tried to blackmail you in a dream.

If you were the blackmailer, you would be wise to avoid any type of gambling for the time being.

See also Crime.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Blackout

(See Faint)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Blackout

To dream of a power outage (a “blackout”) represents your feelings of powerlessness in real life. There is some situation in which you felt unable to do anything.

If you walked a long way in the dark during this dream, there is hope of recovering something that you had given up for lost.

If you managed to get the power turned back on, or if you found your way to the light, you will conquer your obstacles and achieve great success.... My Dream Interpretation

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Blacksmith

To see a blacksmith in a dream, means laborious undertakings will soon work to your advantage.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Blacksmith

1. Hard work “forges” permanent benefits.

2. A lack of self-confidence creates obstacles.

3. Strength and the ability to endure arduous undertakings. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Blacksmith

(Jailer) In a dream, a blacksmith represents a strong personality, a leader, or a powerful and a skillful ruler.

A blacksmith in a dream also represents the angel of death. Seeing a blacksmith in a dream or being one, indicates both happiness and adversities.

To be brought before a blacksmith in a dream means an accident that will bring one before a person in authority for intercession. Otherwise, it could mean seeking the fellowship of a worthless person.

If one sees a sick or a deceased person sitting with a blacksmith in a dream, it means that he is in hell, and particularly when his face is blackened from the smoke, or it could mean that he may be imprisoned.

(Also see Bellows)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Blacksmith

A person who owns vast estates, exercises control and wields power.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Blacksmith

You will be very successful through your own hard work.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Blacksmith

To dream about a blacksmith is a sign of resilience and fortitude.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Blacksmith

See anvil and forge... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Blacksmith

Your current projects will turn out better than you anticipated if you saw a blacksmith in your dream.

See also Anvil.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Blacksmith

Forging strong new forms; strength, power, masculinity.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Blacksmith

In some cultures, the job of the blacksmith is sacred, given that it was considered the privilege of the king. There has always been a close relation between metallurgy and alchemy. In Western society, the figure of the blacksmith is usually associated with the action of shaping the hardest materials, whether for one’s own benefit or that of the community. The dream suggests that you can transform many facets of your life to become what you really long to be. The blacksmith also symbolizes the passion that forges your personality. (See IRON)

In Persia, the blacksmith appearing in dreams is a sign of violent fever.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Blacksmith, Forging

Vision: Seeing a blacksmith indicates that you should start working on yourself, developing your talents, accepting fate with courage, and thereby “forging” your true personality. Seeing a blacksmith at work: “strike while the iron is hot”!

Depth Psychology: The blacksmith is working on personality traits that are rigid and unbending. Blacksmith dreams are always a sign of change, of a personality being formed. What are you “forging” in the dream? Maybe the dream suggests you use your energies and creativity to solve your problems and reach your goals.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Business Suit

To dream that you are wearing a business suit, indicate that you want to be acknowledged and recognized for your abilities and skills.... My Dream Interpretation

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Caliphate

(See Calif; King; Vice-regent)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Camel Calf That Is Weaned

It symbolises a person’s child.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Camel That Escapes

An escaped, lost or stolen camel means that a person’s wife will separate from him.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Cat In The Hat

The tall, lanky Cat in the Hat, created by Dr. Seuss, brings the message that reading is fundamental. He may suggest that it is nme to crack open the books, dc one’s homework, or read for enjoyment.

The Cat in the Hat may come to trick and coax you into having fun even with seemingly unpleasant circumstances of life. He may also represent cleverness.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Chat Room

If you dream of being in a chat room, then this represents connecting with aspects of yourself that you have not yet met. Pay particular attention to the content of the chat, the words are the prime message in this dream.

A chat room also reflects a desire for anonymity, intimacy at a safe distance, and a desire for connection with people that share a mutual interest. This dream may be advising you to venture out and take your chats to the next level. See Internet.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Chat Room

To dream about being in a chat room suggests that you need to reach out to people who may not always physically be around. It could also suggest that you have been spending too much time in front of the computer and this has carried over into your dreams.... My Dream Interpretation

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Chatter

A runaway marriage will cause much gossip.... Mystic Dream Book

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Chatter

The yakety-yak pf chatter in your dream was your subconscious suggesting that you be much more circumspect or much less kinky in your relations with the opposite sex.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Chiropractor, Young

A new adjustment from your right-brain; infusing a creative or emotional idea.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Expansions Dream Dictionary

Clothes That Are Jointed

Joined clothes, if they are soiled, means the one who wears them will become poor and needy.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Coat / Cloak / Jacket / Suit

If a coat features in your dream, this probably suggests the self you present in public; for example, you may be outspoken in public but your partner will know that, deep down, you are shy. An overcoat suggests protectiveness and not showing intimacy or vulnerability; what in waking life are you trying to ward off? Fear of losing your coat can suggest fear of letting your guard down.

If the coat is too short or not warm enough, you may be craving more love and affection than you are getting in waking life. According to Freud, the cloak is a symbol of female sexuality, but may also represent secrecy and concealment.

If a jacket features in your dream, this suggests the degree of formality with which you present yourself to others. A raincoat may suggest tears or the release of emotion.

If you are wearing a suit in your dream, this suggests the image you or other people have of you; the way you present yourself to others and different kinds of suits—wetsuits, bathing suit—represent different attitudes and situations.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Collecting Fire That Does Not Burn

Collecting fire which neither burns nor gives off light symbolizes knowledge that is futile and worthless.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Diving Bell / Suit

To be submerged beneath the sea in a diving bell or diving suit signifies that you will find yourself in a predicament over which you have no control, but which you will nonetheless find fascinating.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Dog That Attacks

If a dog is seen attacking and biting a person it means that the harm caused by his enemy ill not be confined to unpleasant words only but bodily harm as well.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Donning Black Clothes

If it is a person who is in the habit of wearing black clothes, it means he will acquire steadfastness, power, wealth and soundness in all his affairs.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Dreams That Foretell Accidents

A number of well-recorded dreams have appeared to foretell accidents and some researchers believe that accidents in dreams are a warning. Research, however, does not support the idea that dreams predict impending disaster. See also DISASTERS.

The story of the SS Titanic is well known. On 14 April 1912, the Titanic struck an iceberg and sunk in the North Atlantic, carrying with her more than 1500 lives. The lack of sufficient lifeboats has often been blamed as the leading cause of fatalities; experts will tell you, however, that there were hundreds of causes leading to the accident, including everything from faulty construction of watertight compartments to a failure to pay attention to numerous warnings of icebergs in the area. What is important here, however, is the huge number of accident dreams that foretold this disaster.

Immediately after the Titanic sank in the North Atlantic, there were at least two dozen reports of people who cancelled their trip because of precognitive dreams they had about the sinking. No one knows how many had the same warning and ignored it, going to a death they could have avoided. There is one businessman that had the same precognitive dream of the Titanic sinking three times and chose to ignore the warning. He still intended to make the trip, until a sudden turn in business forced him to cancel.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Droppings Of Animals That Are Not Eaten

It symbolises haraam wealth.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Dunce-hat

İmplying someone did something mischievous; see “hat”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Ebony (black)

Should you dream of dark ebony nights you will have much gloom in your future but if you dream of wearing ebony clothes this points to news of a grievous nature.

To dream that you are furnishing your home with dark furniture shows many quarrels and domestic unrest.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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Galia Moschata

(Oils; Perfume made of a mixture of musk and ambergris) Anointing oneself with galia moschata in a dream means happiness,joy, peace, praises, commendations and celebrations. Anointing oneself with this perfume in a dream also could mean performing a pilgrimage to Mecca or begetting a son. Wearinggalia moschata in a dream also could denote distress from an allegation that will be handed down by someone in authority.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Giving Someone Black Coins

A secret will be divulged to him.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Hard Hat

(See Helmet)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Harriot, Hattie

Ruler of home... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Hat

To dream of losing your hat, you may expect unsatisfactory business and failure of persons to keep important engagements.

For a man to dream that he wears a new hat, predicts change of place and business, which will be very much to his advantage.

For a woman to dream that she wears a fine new hat, denotes the attainment of wealth, and she will be the object of much admiration.

For the wind to blow your hat off, denotes sudden changes in affairs, and somewhat for the worse. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Hat

Defines one’s title of/or responsibility, i.E.

A son who takes his dad’s place, wears his hat... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Hat

1. Authority, power.

2. Concealment.

3. Social status.

4. Healing, recovery (woman’s hat). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Hat

(See Helmet)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Hat

Opinions, beliefs, mental attitudes—for instance a Jew­ish skull cap would represent the religious beliefs of the wearer. Idioms: at the drop of a hat; brass hat, eat one’s hat; hang on to one’s hat; under one’s hat, old hat. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Hat

Points to intellect, but also arrogance, as with all other symbols that have to do with the head. Vanity and self-expression, as with all symbols concerning jewelry.

The type of hat points to the personality of the dreamer. See Cap,

According to psychoanalysis, a hat is a phallic symbol. Today it is more likely a symbol of the condom.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Hat

see Clothes... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Hat

See Dress.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Hat

(see Clothes)

Antiquated methods or approaches (e.g., something is “old hat”). Involvement or interest (e.g., “tossing your hat into the ring”).

The mind: Keeping ideas “under one’s hat.” Top hat: A refined, classy approach to a situation.

Jester’s hat: Clowning around. Possibly using humor as a communication tool, or to cover up insecurity.

Changing hats: Transitions or additional responsibilities especially in a work-related situation (e.g., “wearing many hats”).... The Language of Dreams

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Hat

Hats, in general, represent the attitudes you wear and explain something about the direction of your thinking.

A flowered bonnet may comment on old-fashioned feminine values.

A Nike sports hat may point to someone who thinks he can do anything with the right attitude.

A Nike cap worn over the third eye may suggest that you use your psychic abilities.

A sports cap representing your favorite team may indicate a sense of rooting for yourself and those you love.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Hat

To dream that your hal is broken, or fallen oil, means damage and dishonor.... The Complete Dream Book

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Hat

If the hat is new, smart and becoming, the portent is favorable. After such a dream is an auspicious time to begin a new enterprise.... The Complete Dream Book

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Hat

To dream of wearing a hat that does not fit you signifies that your pride will cause you trouble.

To lose a hat predicts a shameful experience.... The Complete Dream Book

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Hat

Vision: Dreaming frequently about wearing a hat: you would love to be the center of attention wherever you go; more humility would be in order.

If you are wearing a very extravagant hat: your actions or your behavior make you look like a fool. Making a hat: you will soon be offered an interesting job—or someone is going to make an interesting request.

The wind blowing the hat off your head means a loss of profit. Watching a hat floating on water may indicate a friend’s suicide. Wearing a straw hat: your lover will be unfaithful. Wearing a hat with feathers: you are too vain and too desperate for admiration. See Top Hat.

Depth Psychology: The hat represents opinions and attitudes you would rather hide from others; be brave—speak your mind. Who are you suspicious ofr Take off your hat and show the world who you are!... Dreamers Dictionary

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Hat

New clothes are generally excellent omens, but shabby things are warnings of trouble.

If you lose your Hat, beware of false friends.... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book

Hat

Dreams of a hat symbolize the way you want others to see you. Also a hat represents your egoic thoughts, opinions, judgments, and ideas.

If the hat has a logo or a picture this could be about your affiliation or job (as in a fireman’s hat, a fez or baseball cap).

A hat can also be a disguise, a distraction, or an extension of your beliefs.

A hat can also symbolize that you feel the need to protect yourself from the influence of those around you. See Chakra-Crown, Crown and Yamaka.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Hat

See clothes... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Hat

If the hat is new, the dreamer may be considering a new job - and should go for it.

If the hat is old and shabby, the dreamer’s current job will eventually “get old.”

If the hat is too small for the dreamer, something in his life for which he had high hopes could turn out to be a disappointment. But if the hat is too large, he has bitten off more than he could chew.

A top hat or fashionable ladies’ hat indicates a rise in social status.... Dream Explanations of Astro Center

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Hat

If a person wears a big hat in your dream, someone you know may be keeping a secret from you.

If you are wearing the hat, you need more creativity in your life.... My Dream Interpretation

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Hat

Dreaming that you are wearing a new hat prognosticates a change of place.

If you lose your hat it forecasts a very unsatisfactory outlook.

The hat is also used as a symbol of the male sex organ and its function.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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Hat

The significance varies according to the action and other factors, so all details should be correlated, but as a general guide:... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Hat

(1) A hat may be a sexual symbol, representing male or female genitals.

(2) According to what sort of hat it is, it may represent a particular quality, role or lifestyle. Changing hats may therefore denote a (needed) change of attitude or direction or values; throwing your hat away may mean a decision to concentrate less on “worldly5 performance and more on self-knowledge’ and personal wholeness.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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Hat

The role or roles you play, how you present self to others which is not the full expression of who you really are. See Cap.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Hat

As they serve to cover the head, hats are a symbol of what is harbored (or thought). In the same fashion, it references the role that you play in life. And, if you change it, it indicates a change in attitude or direction in your existence.

It is possible that you are turning towards the assumption of more responsibilities at work, or be searching for a new work position. According to Freud, hats (and gloves) represent the female genitals due to its ability to surround the body. In contrast, Jung thought that the hat, relative to the crown, gives people a determined expression. So, the type of hat changes the meaning of the dream. A tophat manifests that you want health or that you are too pretentious; a baseball hat that you want to be younger or more athletic; a straw hat, that you hope to adopt a more natural and unworried attitude; a military cap indicates an excess in authoritarianism; lastly, if you wear a ridiculous hat, it is a warning of the grotesque posture that you maintain in the situation represented in the dream. In general, imagining that you are wearing a hat shows a lack of security in what you do and a fear of being judged by others.

The predecessors of Freud believed that if a woman wears a man’s hat, she wants to maintain relations with the owner of the hat. And, if you dream that you lose the hat, you will soon be married.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Hat

The head is the symbolic wellspring of our thoughts and ideas. Hats both adorn and protect the head. As such, a hat can represent specific ideas or thoughts themselves, but also the need or desire to contain them. In terms of adornment, a hat can be the outward expression of an inner idea. In the realm of protection, a hat can connect with keeping such ideas firmly in place. Wearing someone else’s hat could be expressing the notion of trying on someone else’s ideas.

(See Cap.)... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Hat

Hats represent concealment (e.g., a magician’s hat) and a covering of one’s head and mind (“keep this under your hat”).

A tipped hat suggests a greeting, and different types of hats symbolize different situations (e.g., a beret suggests the military and a top hat represents magic, a formal occasion, a dance routine).... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Hat / Cap

A hat or cap is a symbol of wisdom and the intellect and also of protection. It can also signify both spirituality and sexuality, depending on the other aspects of the dream.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Hat / Cap / Hood / Turban

For Jung, hats symbolized thought, so if you are changing hats in your dream, this may be a sign of personal growth where long-held views are old hat and new ideas are developing. Freud, on the other hand, believed that the hat was a sexual symbol. Nowadays it is more likely to be seen as a symbol of authority, although if you take your hat off to someone in your dream, you are showing them your respect. In general, dream hats suggest intelligence and aspirations—your thinking cap—because they are worn on the head.

If your hat is taller or grander than everyone else’s in the dream, what could the aim of your unconscious be to set you apart in this way? Did you tip your hat in the dream or, perhaps because you have been accused of having ideas above your station, was it knocked off? If you are wearing a crown, do you feel that you deserve the acclaim of others in waking life?

Headgear is also associated with allegiance to a profession, team or particular roles in life; for example, a judge’s wig suggests justice. Your dream may be suggesting that you can learn much from the qualities displayed by that role.

If the hat is a helmet, this is a symbol of protection. A dream of wearing a hood may suggest secrecy and concealment. Although they also hint at flirtatious behavior, fans don’t protect but hide the face, as do veils (which furthermore have connotations with grief and mystery) and hoods (which also have connotations with death), so if any of these accessories feature in your dream, see if you can make any connections with your waking world. From whom or what are you trying to hide? For the devout Muslim or Sikh, turbans are symbols of authority, strength and dignity; for those outside these religions, the turban may be associated with the mysteries of the East, and thus can represent spiritual aspirations, as well as a sense of the exotic and a desire for more excitement in everyday life. It may also draw the dreamer’s attention to a male authority figure.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Hatbox

To dream of opening one denotes a gay occasion unless you find it empty, in which case it means disappointment about a festivity to which you will not be invited.... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book

Hatbox

A hatbox in your dream predicts a pleasant surprise, unless it was emp-ty, in which case it signifies a social disappointment.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Hatch

Stage of development in the beginning of a new work, but before maturity... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Hatch

1. Projects or plans will soon be realized.

2. Negative ways of thinking or patterns of behavior are about to be replaced. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Hatchery

(See Incubator)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Hatchet

A hatchet seen in a dream, denotes that wanton wastefulness will expose you to the evil designs of envious persons.

If it is rusty or broken, you will have grief over wayward people. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Hatchet

1. Tremendous emotional discomfort, fear and anxiety.

2. To defame or libel an individual or reputation (as in a “hatchet job”).

3. Reconciliations are possible. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Hatchet

(See Ax)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Hatchet

Smashing, destroying, Ps. 74:6... Christian Dream Symbols

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Christian Dream Symbols

Hatchet

See Axe. Either bury it or excavate it. You have, or think you have, an axe to grind.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Little Giant Encyclopedia

Hatchet

See Axe.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Hatchet

A small hatchet used in a dream predicts that you will do someone a wrong if you do not curb any tendency you may have toward gossip-.... The Complete Dream Book

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Hatchet

You will be in danger soon. Anxiety and trouble.... Mystic Dream Book

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Hatchet

Dreams of a hatchet represent that you are chopping down debris that stands in the way of you accessing to your true path; you are cutting through the jungle of your mind to find certainty and clarity. See Knife and Kill.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Hatchet

You can expect a period of disturbing predica- ments, domestic and /or busi- ness, if your dream involved using a hatchet to chop any thing, unless is was used to split kindling wood, in which case it forecasts a reconciliation. To sharpen a hatchet signifies an increased income. See also Ax.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Hatching

Turn your mind from all unhappy thoughts and look ahead to brighter times amongst friends.... Mystic Dream Book

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Hate

To dream that you hate a person, denotes that if you are not careful you will do the party an inadvertent injury or a spiteful action will bring business loss and worry.

If you are hated for unjust causes, you will find sincere and obliging friends, and your associations will be most pleasant. Otherwise, the dream forebodes ill. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Hate

1. Long-repressed anger, never dealt with, needs to be ad­dressed.

2. Need to examine thoughts and feelings toward others, possible misjudgment.

3. Emotionally draining relationship. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Hate

Hate and abhorrence are the cause of divisiveness and enmity between people, and people need one another in order for them to reach their common goal.

If one sees himself suffering from despise, or if he hates someone in a dream, it means a bad omen for everyone involved.

To hate someone who loves you in a dream means having perfidy, jealousy and rancor. Hatred in a dream also may connote wanting to do what is right and abstaining from what is wrong.

(Also see Grudge)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Hate

Repressed aggression, often due to a lack of boundaries.

A lack of self-protection and a weak immune system. Are you afraid of confrontation.7 Or are you making your points too aggressively7 It is necessary to find out what it is that you really hate.

If a “hate dream” overwhelms you, and you have it often, consider consulting a psychologist.

Folklore: A sign that relief is in sight.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Little Giant Encyclopedia

Hate

To dream that anyone hates you is a sign that someone will do you a favor.... The Complete Dream Book

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Hate

This is a dream of warning against giving way to hate for anyone.... The Complete Dream Book

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Hate

To dream of intense feelings like hate often reflects old repressed feelings like aggression or fear of confrontation. This might also refer to our desire to impose ourselves and our opinions on others. Try to pay attention to other symbols in your dream to be able to figure out the right meaning.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Hate

Dreams of hate denote judgment, hurt and unprocessed pain. Often hate stems from unrequited love, betrayal or a deep soul-mate connection that did not meet your needs.

The ability to hate someone is either an extreme repulsion/judgements to a person’s behavior or lifestyle. This just maybe an aspect of yourself that you have rejected. See Integration Dreams.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Hate

To dream about hate, indicates repressed aggression and your fear of confrontations. On the other hand, you may be forcing your views and opinions onto others. Consider the symbolism of other elements in the dream to find out what is it that you really hate.... My Dream Interpretation

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Hate

To feel hatred in a dream suggests that you should beware of misjudging someone; but to be hated is a dream of contrary and predicts an improvement in your affairs through the influence of sincere friends.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Hate

If in the dream you harbor a lot of hatred, perhaps it refers to a negative feeling that is part of your personality. The hated person or thing is, logically, important but other factors must be analyzed in depth in order to correctly interpret the dream and get to the root of this emotion. Once the real object of your hatred identified, you will have already partially solved the problem.

To feel hatred towards a stranger is a bad sign for everything related to material concerns: there is every chance that you will ruin yourself in business. To hate a loved one, however, denotes emotional and family quarrels; and yourself, dissatisfaction and uncertainty about your self-worth.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Hatred

(See Grudge)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Hatred

The man or woman who dreams of hating a person of the opposite sex will find that a love affair will develop before long.... The Complete Dream Book

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The Complete Dream Book

Hatred Or Malice

A dream of contrary.

To Hate anyone in your dream is a sign of success with friends or in your domestic affairs.... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book

Hats

Hats are usually symbolic of power and authority. They also stereotype the person that is wearing it. Look at the details in your dream especially who is wearing the hat.

The type and quality of the hat usually represents the degree of authority and respect that your unconscious mind is giving to the person wearing it. Generally the person wearing the hat is representing a part of you. What is the hat saying about your position in life and your attitude toward it?... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Hats

A new elaborate hat denotes a rise in status and good luck, while old shabby hats are a wide range of bad luck; if you lose your hat you will have a loss of finances.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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Hats

This is a variable dream and depends more on the action in the dream rather then the hat itself. These are a few meanings: A new elaborate hat denotes a rise in status and good luck, while old shabby hats are a wide range of bad luck; if you lose your hat you will have a loss of finances, etc..... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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Encyclopedia of Dreams

Herd Of Black Cows

It symbolises many prosperous years depending on how fat they are.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Hot Pursuit

Dreams in which you are being chased or pursued show that you feel threatened by someone or something in life. The key to such dreams is to discover the identity of your pursuer.

If you know the person or the sphere of life they represent, try to work out why you should be feeling intimidated by them in the real world.

If you didn’t recognize the person, it is possible that they represent aspects of yourself about which you are in denial or from which you are trying to escape; such an interpretation is particularly likely if they are of the same sex and their appearance repulsed you. The attacker may have been your shadow, representing your dependence, neediness, jealousy, greed or lust. Your unconscious is encouraging you to come to terms with this quality within yourself and deal with it.

If a monster, animal or anything nonhuman was chasing you, this symbolizes internal fears rather than external threats. Such creatures generally represent your aggressive animal or instinctual nature which you need to learn to control. Not knowing who or what is out there in the darkness trying to get you is a classic anxiety or frustration dream often experienced if you are about to begin therapy; the anxiety is provoked by your realization that the therapist might reveal unexamined areas of yourself. Whoever or whatever your pursuer symbolizes, remember that they represent a challenge you need to face in order for it to be neutralized. As with dreams of pursuit, if you are drowning or struggling to breathe in your dream, you may be experiencing feelings of panic and uncertainty in waking life. Such a dream also alerts you to areas of your unconscious that need to be confronted.... The Element Encyclopedia

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The Element Encyclopedia

Hunting Wild Animals That Are Females

they represent men, women and slave-girls.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Hurt Young Animals

We are perceiving a difficulty in behaving maturely or confronting issues in waking life.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Ink, Black On White Paper

Imprinting a mind-pattern.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Issue In Black

Hiding thoughts.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Expansions Dream Dictionary

It Was Discovered That Our Brain Was Washed From Head To Toe While Sleeping

Scientists have found that the human brain is washed during sleep through a study on 13 subjects. According to the research, blood flows out of the brain during sleep, while the cerebrospinal fluid washes the brain. A team led by Laura Lewis, who is working at Boston University, made an interesting scientific discovery. The team, which has been working on the human brain for a while, has discovered that when people sleep, their brains are washed with cerebrospinal fluid. So your brain is completely washed through rhythmic and breakthrough waves while you sleep. According to previous studies, Lewis says that they already know that neurons in the brain have electrical wave activities, but that they have discovered that there are also waves in the cerebrospinal fluid. Scientists have illustrated the phases of the brain during sleep so that the research can be done, and the images we will share with you shortly reveal how this washing process will be. According to the data obtained in the research, after the people sleep, the brain neurons do not function, and the blood flows out of the brain. It is precisely at this time that the cerebrospinal fluid comes into play and washes the brain from beginning to end. Laura Lewis states that the findings from the research are very important because she hopes that these findings may lead to new discoveries. Lewis’ hopes are about psychological and neurological discoveries. Because brain waves can combine with blood flow and cerebrospinal fluid, especially for the investigation of age-related normal impairments. The reason for this is that as people age, their brains produce less and slower waves. So this research could both open a new door and be a glimmer of hope, especially for the treatment of alzheimer’s disease. Lewis made this important discovery with 13 people aged between 23 and 33. Considering getting help from the subjects at older ages in the ongoing processes of his research, Lewis states that they can understand how the movement in the brains of people who are older is going to be. Lewis says that so they can make a new discovery about alzheimer’s.... Dreampedia

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Khateeb

He symbolises a faqeeh, jurist and a man of great Islamic learning.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Khatib

(arb. See Preacher; Sermon)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Law And Lawsuits

To dream of engaging in a lawsuit, warns you of enemies who are poisoning public opinion against you.

If you know that the suit is dishonest on your part, you will seek to dispossess true owners for your own advancement.

If a young man is studying law, he will make rapid rise in any chosen profession.

For a woman to dream that she engages in a law suit, means she will be calumniated, and find enemies among friends. See Judge and Jury. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Law, Lawsuit, Or Lawyer

An omen of serious business troubles ahead of you. Do not start upon any fresh or hastily-considered plan, for the stars do not foretell your success. Do not lend money, for you will not receive it again, nor should you spend too freely after such a dream.... Mystic Dream Book

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Lawsuit

It is a sign of deterioration in business affairs if you dream of suing or being sued.... The Complete Dream Book

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Lawsuit

Dreams of a lawsuit symbolize that you are sorting through feelings of blame and shame. You are shadow boxing with yourself as you try to sort out feelings of guilt and innocence. See Integration Dreams.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Lawsuits

1. Use caution in business matters and personal affairs.

2. One’s honesty or integrity is called into question.

3. Use cau­ tion in love affairs; keep a serious attitude. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Macadamize, (blacktop)

To dream that you see a ribbon of black topped road stretching out before you means you have a great desire to travel.

To actually drive on one you will be taking a trip shortly for pleasure.

For the younger set it means they have many ambitions and noble aspirations as it stretches toward their chosen goals.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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Macadamize, (blacktop)

To dream that you see a ribbon of black topped road stretching out before you means you have a great desire to travel.

To actually drive on one you will be taking a trip shortly for pleasure.

For the younger set it means they have many ambitions and noble aspirations as it stretches toward their chosen goals.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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Man (young)

1. Flighty, capricious, daring.

2. Be careful. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Man(in Suit)

Oversoul.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Manhattan

Dreams of glory. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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New American Dream Dictionary

Necromancer (one Of The Black Arts)

Dreaming of a necromancer is a very bad dream and should be meditated on along with the whole dream.

Dreaming of this necromancer practicing his black arts denotes there are evil people around you that will try to influence your life and spoil your domestic bliss.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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Phat

Dreams of referring to something as phat represents your desire to be on the cutting edge of cool with regards to fashion, trends, style, and pop culture. Keep in mind that what is phat today may be skinny tomorrow. You are realizing that fads fade because they are fickle.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Strangest Dream Explanations

Pitch Black

Very in-depth thinking; a void; hidden secrets.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Pursuit

(Claim; Search; Wanted) In a dream, pursuit means one’s destiny, or death. Ifone sees himselfwanted by his enemy in a dream, it means that he may die shortly. On the other hand, pursuit in a dream also could represent things that foster one’s pride, such as knowledge, schooling, degrees, money, or work. Ifone sees himselfpursued by someone in a dream, it means sorrow and distress. Pursuit in a dream also represents one’s goal in life. Ifone is not a fugitive, then to see himself wanted in a dream means appeasement of his fears.

If one sees an ugly looking person searching for him in a dream, he then represents an unwanted catastrophe, or a mishap.

If one is caught by his claimant, then it means increase of his fears. Ifone sees himself pursuing something, or seeking to get something in a dream, it means that he will attain his goal or at least a part of it.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Pursuit

A dream symbol that appears rather frequently. Something that you have repressed is trying to make itself known. Subconsciously, sexuality is perceived as bad.

According to Freud, drives and urges are haunting you. But in contrast to Freud, this dream may indicate that the dreamer is pursuing that which is rightfully his, which are his ideals.

In so-called chase dreams, according to Jung, something is trying to reach you. What has been split off and repressed wants to be united again.

If this is the case, don’t put up defenses, rather invite in what is trying to reach you.

If the dream suggests that a good-bye is necessary, resist what is chasing you.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Pursuit

If you dream of being pursued by a person or an animal, it augurs ill for your future.

Pursuit by an oMcer of the law, either on foot or mounted on a horse or motorcycle, is an indication that something you would wish hidden will be revealed to your sweetheart.... The Complete Dream Book

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Pursuit

Dreams where you are running away from someone show discontentment and a determination to enjoy life more.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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Pursuit

To dream that you are in pursuit of someone or something, suggests that you are being denied your power and influence. You may need to re-evaluate your strengths and concentrate your efforts on something more worthwhile. It is important to identify what exactly you are pursuing, but bear in mind that it may not be a person, or an animal, but an idea.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Pursuit, Chase

Vision: If you are chasing someone: you can’t make up for an old mistake.

If you are being chased: someone who has wronged you wants to make amends. In a man’s dream, being chased means he has not yet come to terms with the sexual prohibitions of his childhood. Unconsciously he still believes that sexuality is disgusting and is afraid of being punished.

Depth Psychology: Are you treating others unfairly? Are you hounded by guilt feelings? Or do you feel that prejudice or condemnation by other people is hounding you? Only you know if you are the perpetrator or the victim.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Reddish-blackish Horse

It denotes power and progress in Deen.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Safari Suit

Worn when one is preparing to face the enemy of animal-like conduct; see “animals”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Dream Dictionary Unlimited

Shattered Cups

(jars and dishware) these can symbolize ruin and destruction, Jer. 48:12 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Smith / Blacksmith

A symbol for great misfortune or stroke of fate; or of becoming the master of transformation. See Anvil.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Straw, Straw Hat

Vision: Seeing a straw hat: you are wasting your time on unimportant things. Also—you are too talkative! Lying on straw: your financial situation will take a turn for the worse. Wearing a straw hat: you will enjoy a few happy, carefree days.

Depth Psychology: The dream warns about taking material risks or indicates an impending crisis. See Hay.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Suit

Symbolic of being serious and highly conscientious about what you do ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Suit

The rigid, conventional side. Initiation into manhood. Wanting to amount to something in life.

The persona in the Jungian sense (that which is presented to the outside) in contrast to Naked.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Suit

Dreams of wearing a suit represent formality, a desire to put your best foot forward, and be your best. Your subconscious mind is preparing you for a prestigious and successful event. See Clothes.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Suit

To dream that you are wearing a suit, indicate that you want to be acknowledged and recognized for your abilities and skills.... My Dream Interpretation

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Suit

A suit could represent your desire to impress someone.

It is possible that it hints at the good state of your self-confidence or the side that you show in the professional sphere.

According to gypsy tradition, wearing a suit foretells successes.

Suitcase analysis of a dream

Carlos dreamed: “I was looking for my bag and could not find it anywhere. I was at the airport and my plane was about to take off. They announced the last call to board, and I could not remember where I had left it. I was very distressed, it had all my documents, valuables, and money. But I could not miss the plane because an important business meeting awaited me. I spent the whole dream running back and forth, searching every corner of the airport, but nothing, the suitcase did not appear and I couldn’t leave; the tickets were inside.”

When Charles had this dream he was suffering the first symptoms of mild depression. He felt very sad, insecure, and uncomfortable in his life, but did not know how to improve it. Searching in dreams alludes to a lack, something that we need for our emotional stability. The suitcase full of important things reflects the values that guide us in life, without which we would feel lost, like Carlos. The plane shows our desire to excel, to rise or transcend our daily concerns. The fact that he missed it indicates that he felt unable to move forward, despite his continued attempts (running from back and forth, looking everywhere . . .). A month later, Carlos began treatment with a psychoanalyst to overcome his sadness. After a few days, he found his oneiric suitcase in a dream and managed to catch the plane. In his waking world, he began to understand the causes of his discomfort and feel more satisfied and confident in himself.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Suit

Any article of clothing relates to your personal expression and the persona you are choosing to present to the world. Wearing a suit indicates a connection to more formal activities as well as to the workplace for many people.

If you are wearing a suit in a dream, you may be calling upon a more serious aspect of your expression.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Suit Of Mail

(See Leather shield)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Suitcase

In a dream, a suitcase represents two brothers, two sons, partners, or perhaps it could mean travels. Having a suitcase, buying or receiving one as a gift in a dream means relief from difficulties.

A suitcase in a dream also could represent an ambassador.

(Also see Sack)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Suitcase

Example: ‘In last night’s dream the baby I dream about incessantly had been locked in a suitcase but was quite unscathed when taken out, except that it was very dirty, but still not crying. I do not have any memories in connection with these babies and the only feelings I have are those of remorse that I have neglected the baby. I have had four chil­dren of my own, none of whom were ever neglected in this way’ (Mrs C). Mrs C uses the suitcase in at least two ways. One is her womb, or reproductive ability. Although she has had four children, this does not stop her unconsciously desir­ing more.

The second is what ‘luggage’—emotional feelings, urges, thoughts—she carries.

Generally, it depicts the womb, what one carries inside oneself, such as longings, attitudes, fears; how we see ourself socially—the luggage might be a sign of status, how we rate ourself; also a symbol of independence or going somewhere.

See bag. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Suitcase

Container, Luggage. Burden and problems that you carry around with you; but also a reservoir of abilities and talents. Very important here is the weight of the suitcase.

A heavy suitcase usually symbolizes unsolved tasks, unused talents, and similar burdens.

A light suitcase is a symbol of talents and abilities that are being used.

According to Freud, it refers to the female body, as in Oven.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Suitcase

see Baggage and Luggage... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Suitcase

A packed suitcase may signify that you are about to travel or may predict a future trip. As baggage, it may also illustrate the tendency to carry the legacy of patterns from your family of ongin around with you.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Suitcase

Vision: Looking at a suitcase: you are going on a trip soon or you’ll get bad news. Buying a suitcase: you will uncover a secret (about yourself or someone else). Getting a suitcase as a gift: prepare for a pleasant surprise. See Luggage.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Suitcase

Dreams of a suitcase signify that you will be traveling, or that you are transitioning from one level of consciousness to another. Consider the contents of the suitcase as well as the feeling tone, and whether you are carrying your victories or your heartaches into your future. This dream might be helping you to realize that you can begin to release the emotional baggage that you have been carrying around that has been weighing you down. See Purse and Baggage.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Suitcase

See baggage and luggage... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Suitcase

A dream of a suitcase forecasts a long trip or journey.

If you lost it the suitcase in the dream, you or someone close to you may be coming into money or property.

If your suitcase becomes damaged, it is a warning against running up debts.... My Dream Interpretation

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Suitcase

(see also Bag, Luggage)

A suitcase may mean the time is ripe for a change, perhaps in the domestic or work sphere.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

Suitcase

If packing, you are storing away problems instead of dealing with and eliminating them. See Baggage.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Suitcase

See Bag, Luggage.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Suitcase

A dream about a suitcase can have a surprisingly large number of meanings. Some obvious associations are travel (which could also be a symbol of independence) and a place where we store things (which could represent feelings we have stuffed away).... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

Suite

(See Chamber)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Swimsuit

If you dream of shopping for swimsuits, you may be worrying about being judged by others.

If all the suits feel tight or ill-fitting, you need to protect your reputation by cooling down your activities with boys.

If you try on lots of great suits, success is ahead for you.

If you dream of wearing a bikini, you want to fall in love. Also think about the color of the swimsuit(s) to get more meaning out of your dream.... My Dream Interpretation

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Swimsuit

A bathing suit implies that the act of swimming has recently or will soon occur. Any image involving water in a dream relates to your feelings and emotions. Taking a swim is an act of immersing yourself in your emotional nature, so the bathing suit in your dream indicates a readiness to explore your emotional nature more deeply. There may also be an aspect of experiencing your feelings in a more playful and restorative manner indicated by such a dream.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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That Person

There is however an exception to the rule of contrary in this case, which is that if your dream specifically concerned a venereal disease, it is a warning that someone is trying to impugn your character.

Beware of overconfidence.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Thatch

To dream that you thatch a roof with any quickly, perishable material, denotes that sorrow and discomfort will surround you.

If you find that a roof which you have thatched with straw is leaking, there will be threatenings of danger, but by your rightly directed energy they may be averted.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Thatch

1. Depression and physical discomfort (to have a thatched roof ).

2. Rural charm, rustic tastes.

3. Hair, especially in the pubic region. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Thatched Roof

Great care should be exercised after this dream to guard against accidents.... The Complete Dream Book

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The Hows, Whys And Whats Of Sleep And Dreams

‘Sleep is the balm for hurt minds, nature’s great second course.’
William Shakespeare

Sleep is absolutely crucial for our physical, mental and emotional health and well-being. It is during sleep that we abandon conscious control of our physical body and the unconscious mind is allowed to roam free, giving rise to dreams.

Although we now know a lot more about dreams, their real purpose isn’t yet fully understood. It wasn’t until we approached the middle of the twentieth century, with the first electronic monitoring of the brain, that we began to get a clearer idea of the nocturnal adventures of the mind. For centuries it was thought that the purpose of sleep was to rest the body and the mind, but this reasoning was disproved when it was shown that both the body and mind are active during sleep. If sleep doesn’t rest the body or mind, then what is it for?

Sleep researchers may not yet have discovered the exact reason for sleep or dreams but they have discovered some fascinating things. For example, it seems that when we are asleep our brains are a bit like computers that are offline. This J. August Strindberg means they are not idle but are filing and updating the day’s activities. They take stock of your body and release a growth hormone to repair damaged tissues and stimulate growth, while the immune system gets to work on attacking any viral or bacterial infections that may be present. Some experts believe the brain also jettisons trivial information during sleep to prevent it becoming overburdened with unimportant information, but this explanation is perhaps too simplistic, as no memory can be totally eradicated.

The advent of space travel gave scientists the opportunity to prove that resting the body was not the main function of sleep. What they found instead was that prolonged periods of isolation decreased the need for sleep. In other words, the fewer stimuli received from people or external contacts during the day, the less sleep was required. It seems we have a sleep control center at the base of our brain linked with activity during wakefulness. When that gets overloaded we get tired, but if there have not been enough stimuli from the outside world, the sleep mechanism isn’t triggered. It seems, therefore, that boredom and lack of stimuli may account for many cases of insomnia. (Paradoxically, overstimulation also produces insomnia.)... Dreampedia

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The Young Of Edible Game

They represent a person’s children. Sometimes, slaves, if the person acquires any portion of their body.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Top Hat

In a mans dream, a desire for greater virility. In a woman’s dream, often a wish for marriage.

A top hat was worn only to very formal events, such as a Wedding and a Funeral. Pay attention to the symbolic meaning of the event to which the top hat is worn.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Top Hat, Cylinder

Vision: The top hat in a man’s dream is a phallic symbol.

A cylinder appears often, in a man’s dream, if he feels he cannot perform sexually as well as he used to. Wearing a top hat; success will bring recognition from friends and the public. See Hat.

Depth Psychology: The cylinder from a motor is an indication of your strength and vitality—and you will need both to reach the goals you have set for yourself.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Wetsuit

Because a wetsuit resembles marine life, this dream signifies your desire to connect with the ocean of your emotions or to go swimming in the deep end of intimasea. Dreams of a wetsuit can also signify a false security to keep your ego warm, incubated, and safe from getting hurt in a relationship. See Fish.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Wetsuit

Protection when exploring emotional waters or unconscious parts of self.... The Dream Books Symbols

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The Dream Books Symbols

What About The Unlucky Number 13?

Many people have a deeply rooted aversion against—even a fear of—the number Thirteen. Ancient cultures assigned great importance to it, considering it more positive than negative.

It is stated in old writings that “he who knows the meaning of the number 13 has the key to power and control”!

Christianity, however, was opposed to any kind of occultism and had a lot to do with giving this number such a bad reputation. They insisted that 13 was an unlucky number because there were 13 people sitting at the table of the Last Supper. This gave rise, for instance, to the belief that when 13 people sat at a table, one of them would die in the same year. And to this day, there are hotels where no room is numbered 13. Theaters in Italy don’t have a seat numbered 13. But this suspicion is rare in the rest of the world.

It is only prevalent in places where the Christian Church is very influential.

Cheiro, in The Book of Numbers, wrote:

In the Indian pantheon there are 13 Buddhas.

The mystical discs which surmount Indian and Chinese pagodas are 13 in number. Enshrined in the Temple of Atsusa, in Japan, is a sacred sword with 13 objects of mystery forming its hilt. Turning westward, 13 was the sacred number of the Mexicans. They had 13 snake gods.

The original states that formed the American Union were 13; its motto, E Pluribus Unum, has 13 letters, the American eagle has 13 feathers in each wing, and when George Washington raised the Republican standard he was saluted with 13 guns.

The sum of the number 13 is 4 (1+3=4), the number of “radicals,” because Four-people often feel misunderstood and unconsciously invite secret envy and enemies. They are not inclined to recognize authorities who act as if the power is theirs alone and often misuse it. Challenging conventional standards, laws, and the powerful—and speaking out—has never been popular with the general public, least of all with the ruling authorities.

The number 13 is Four on a higher level and has thereby more gravity, increasing the intensity of any revolutionary conviction even more—including the struggle to bring about social reform and justice.

13 is a symbol of your whole person and your entire life. Don’t let others drive you crazy—13 is not an unlucky number! On the contrary, it seeks to “revolutionize” in the sense of reforming a world that is in dire need of it.... Dreamers Dictionary

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What Are Dreams For?

“Trust in dreams, for in them the gateway to eternity is hidden.”
KHALIL GIBRAN

Dreams and their purpose
Consider dreams like home movies that each person produces in response to their daily experiences. These movies are meant to clarify certain situations and support the person. With sufficient knowledge, they can become a sort of spiritual guide, since oneiric thoughts are a window to the subconscious where, frequently, hidden feelings and repressed needs are stored without us realizing.

Even then, there are people who question the importance of dreams. Some scientists, for example, believe that the content of dreams is simply a random mix of the many electronic signals the brain receives. Others, however, find all types of messages in even the simplest dreams, and end up distancing themselves from daily reality in favor of oneiric activity.

Neither extreme is advisable. Each dream is undoubtedly a journey into the unknown, but, at the same time, modern psychology has allowed us to understand a good part of their structure. One of the conclusions drawn from the study of dreams confirms this: dreams can be a priceless aid to the imagination, but above all when it comes to solving problems. You just have to know how to listen to them, because their content tends to have a direct relation to the emotional challenges you are experiencing.

Each dream is a journey to the unknown with an implicit personal message. Although it is the content of the episode that determines our emotional state, dreaming in black and white indicates a possible lack of enthusiasm or nostalgia for the past. These dreams are an invitation to live with more intensity and enjoy the present.

Still from the film Viaje a la Luna (Méliès, 1902).

It is known that in times of crisis, our oneiric production increases significantly, both in quantity and intensity. Should we consider this “surplus” to be positive? Yes, as long as one makes an effort to remember and interpret the dreams, since, as we will see further on, they have a valuable therapeutic potential.

For example, if a couple is going through a critical phase, remembering and analyzing usually helps them understand the subconscious reactions they have to the situation. In other words, dreams are an excellent tool to get to the bottom of emotional conflicts. Knowing the causes is an essential step to resolving the problems, regardless of what course you take.

The English psychologist David Fontana, whose books have been translated into more than twenty languages, said it clearly: “In listening to my patients’ dreams in therapy sessions, I have observed how, often, these can take us right to the root of the psychologic problem much quicker than other methods.” Although, we shouldn’t fool ourselves: dreams are a mystery that can rarely decipher everything. But if a certain level of interpretation helps us understand ourselves better, what more can we ask for? From a practical point of view, our own oneiric material can be very useful.

In dreams, relationships with others are a recurring theme. The people that appear in our dreams, especially strangers, represent facets of ourselves that the subconscious is showing us.

Well-known writers such as Robert Louis Stevenson, William Blake, Edgar Allan Poe, and Woody Allen have had faith in this, acknowledging that part of their works have been inspired by dreams. The discoveries of Albert Einstein or Niels Bohr (father of modern atomic physics), among other celebrated scientists, had the same origin. In any case, these examples shouldn’t confuse us: no dream can tell you what path to follow through symbolic images without the intellect to decipher them.

Prosperity, precognition, and pronostics
What’s more, judging by some documented cases, we can even reap material gain from dreams. There is proof of some people that had premonitory dreams managing to earn significant sums of money thanks to their oneiric “magic.” The most spectacular case was in the fifties, when an Englishman named Harold Horwood won a considerable number of prizes betting on horses. His dreams transmitted clues as to the winning racehorse to bet on. Unfortunately, these types of premonitions don’t come to everyone. However, anyone has the opportunity to discover the greatest treasure of all—knowledge of one’s self—through their dreams.

We’ve all experienced the feeling of having lost control of our lives at some point. We might feel like others are deciding things for us or that we are victims of our circumstances.

Our “dream-scapes” contain valuable information about our desires and concerns; they could also function as a forecast of some aspect of our future. According to ancient tradition, dreaming of stars predicts prosperity and spiritual wealth. “Starry Night” (Van Gogh, 1889).

However, many psychologists disagree with this. That is, they argue that daily events are not coincidences but rather meaningful deeds that reflect the inner state of the individual.

Dreams and thoughts
According to these experts, luck is a pipe dream, something that does not exist, since that which we consider the result of coincidence is none other than the natural manifestation of our thoughts and attitudes. We are basically creator, not passive receivers or victims of the events that unravel in our lives.

An example that illustrates this idea perfectly is the story of the old man who threw rocks into the sea. One day, someone asked if he ever got bored of the simple game. The old pebble thrower stared at his questioner and gave an answer he’d never forget: “My small stones are more important than they seem, they provoke repercussions. They will help create waves that, sooner or later, will reach other other side of the ocean.”

What does this have to do with dreams? It’s simple: as we’ve just seen, we are the only ones responsible for our daily experiences, no matter how hard that is to believe. Therefore it shouldn’t be too difficult to take control of our lives; we just have to listen to the messages in our interior, that is, our oneiric thoughts, of which we are ultimately the authors.

Visualizations
In this way, thanks to dreams, our two existences—conscious and unconscious—can work together to make our lives more creative and free. An important part of this process is getting to know and understanding better the process of thought. One of the most beautiful and commonly used visualizations in yoga reminds us of this: “In the bottom of the lake of our thoughts is a jewel. In order for it to shine in the light of the sun (the divine), the water (the thoughts) must be pure and crystal clear and calm, free of waves (excitement). If our water is murky or choppy, others can’t see this jewel, our inner light...”

In the bottom of the lake of our thoughts is a jewel...

But it’s not that simple: it’s often difficult to discern the connection that unites wakefulness with sleep, between what we think ourselves to be and what our oneiric fantasies say about us. In any case, if our search is passionate and patient, constant and conscious, it will result in the discovery of our true Self. Therefore the interpretation of dreams cuts right to the heart of the message conceived by and for ourselves (although not consciously). It is important to learn to listen to them (further on we will discuss techniques for this) when it comes time to unstitch their meaning and extract the teachings that can enrich our lives.

The rooms in our dreams reflect unknown aspects of our personality.

In this way, when we have to make an important decision, we can clear up any doubts through a clear understanding of our most intimate desires. Although it may seem like common sense, this is not that common these days, since most people make decisions at random, out of habit, or by impulse.

The meaning and psychic effect of some deities in Tibetan Buddhism can be linked to the monsters that are so popular today.

Dreams allow creativity a free rein and free us from worry, sometimes resulting in surreal images that would be impossible in waking life.

Put simply, the idea is to find your true identity and recognize your wounds, fears, and joys through dreams. Never forget that the subconscious, although hidden, is an essential part of our personality. Dreams are fundamental for understanding the Self, since they are a direct path to this little-known part of ourselves. Their symbolic content allows us to recover repressed emotions and gives us a map to the relationships that surround us.

Nightmares that put us to the test
Sometimes the messages they bring us are not so pleasant and take the form of nightmares. However, although it may be hard to accept, these nightmares are valuable warnings that some aspects of our life are not

in harmony with our deepest Self and thus need our prompt intervention. Nightmares are proof that self discovery is not always pleasant. Sometimes it’s necessary to feel this pain in order to find out what you really are and need.

On the other hand, dreams give creativity a free rein because, when we sleep, we are free from our day-to-day worries. Therefore, even if you don’t consider yourself a creative person, keep in mind that all the scenes, symbols, and characters that appear in your dreams have been created solely and exclusively by you.

It’s often very helpful to record dreams in a notebook (we will explain how further on) in order to later analyze them and apply their teachings to daily life.

It is quite the paradox; the human being awakens their most intimate reality precisely when they are sleeping.

Carl Gustav Jung, who dedicated his life to studying dreams, developed this metaphor: “People live in mansions of which they only know the basements.” Only when our conscience is sleeping do we manage to unveil some of the rooms of our magnificent house: rooms that may be dusty and inhospitable and fill us with terror and anxiety, or magnificent rooms where we want to stay forever.

Given that they all belong to us, it is reasonable to want to discover them all. Dreams, in this sense, are a fundamental tool.

How to remember dreams
At this point, you’re probably thinking, “Sure, dreams are really important, but I can’t use them because I simply don’t remember them.” That’s not a problem, there are techniques you can use to strengthen your memory of oneiric thoughts. Techniques that, when applied correctly, allow us to remember dreams surprisingly well.

The use of these methods is indispensable in most cases since people tend to forget dreams completely when they wake up. Why? Because, according to the hypothesis of Sigmund Freud, we have a sort of internal censor that tries to prevent our oneiric activity from becoming conscious material.

Sometimes the message of dreams turns unpleasant and takes the form of a nightmare...

However, we can laugh in the face of this censor with a few tricks. The most drastic is to wake up suddenly when the deepest sleep phase (REM phase) is just about to end, so that you can rapidly write all the details of your mind’s theater in your notebook. Waking suddenly will take this censor by surprise, stopping it from doing its job. The best time to set the alarm is for four, five, six, or a little more than seven hours after going to sleep.

If your level of motivation is not high enough to get up in the middle of the night and record your dreams, there are alternatives that let you sleep for a stretch and then remember what you dream with great precision.

First of all, it’s helpful to develop some habits before going to bed, such as waiting a few hours between dinner and going to sleep. Experts recommend avoiding foods that cause gas (legumes like green beans, raw vegetables, etc.) and foods high in fat.

You must also keep in mind that, like tea and coffee, tobacco and alcohol alter the sleep cycle and deprive the body of a deep sleep (the damaging effects of a few glasses on the body does not disappear for about four hours).

What is recommended is to drink water or juice, or eat a yogurt, more than two hours after eating, before going to bed. There are two main reasons for this: liquids facilitate a certain purification of the body, and because, most interestingly for our purposes, it causes us to get up in the middle of the night. As we said, this will catch the internal censor by surprise and allow us to record our dreams easily.

Relaxing in bed and going over the events of the day helps free the mind and foster oneiric creativity.

Yoga exercises, such as the savasana pose, are great for relaxation, restful sleep, and a positive outlook.

Relaxation
It’s important to surround yourself with an environment that stimulates oneiric activity. You should feel comfortable in your room and your bed. The fewer clothes you wear to sleep, the better. Practicing relaxation techniques, listening to calming music, or taking a warm bath a few minutes before getting into bed will help relieve stress so that you enjoy a deep restorative sleep.

There are good books on relaxation on the market, both autogenous and yogic; we recommend one of the most practical, Relajacion para gente muy ocupada (Relaxation for Busy People), by Shia Green, published by this same publishing house. However, the real key is to concentrate on remembering dreams. When you go to bed, go over the events of the day that were important to you. This way, you will increase the probability of dreaming about the subjects that most interest or worry you.

So, let’s suppose you’re asleep now. What should you do to remember dreams? First, try to wake up naturally, without external stimuli. If this isn’t possible, use the quietest possible alarm without radio. Once awake, stay in bed for a few moments with your eyes closed and try to hold your dreams in your memory as you gently transition into wakefulness. Take advantage of this time to memorize the images you dreamt. The final oneiric period is usually the longest and these instants are when it is most possible to remember dreams.

Remember that it’s best to write the keywords of the dream immediately upon waking. It is convenient to keep a notebook on the nightstand and reconstruct the dream during the day.

The dream notebook
Next, write in the notebook (that you have left beside your bed) whatever your mind has been able to retain, no matter how absurd or trivial your dreams seem, even if you only remember small fragments. This is not the moment to make evaluations or interpretations. The exercise is to simply record everything that crosses your mind with as much detail as possible. Giving the fragility of memory, it’s okay to start off with just a few key words that summarize the content of the dream. These words will help you reconstruct the dream later in the day if you don’t have enough time in the morning. Ideally this notebook will gradually become a diary or schedule that allows you to study, analyze, and compare a series of dreams. Through a series of recorded episodes, you can detect recurring characters, situations, or themes. This is something that’s easy to miss at first glance. One important detail: specialists recommend you date and title each dream, since this helps you remember them in later readings.

It’s also interesting to complement your entries with relevant annotations: what feelings were provoked, which aspects most drew your attention, which colors predominated, etc. An outline or drawing of the most significant images can also help you unravel the meaning. Finally, you should write an initial personal interpretation of the dream. For that, the second part of this book offers some useful guidelines.

While we dream, there is a sort of safety mechanism that inhibits our movement. Therefore, sleepwalkers don’t walk during the REM phase. This protects us from acting out the movements of our dreams and possibly hurting ourselves. Still from the Spanish movie Carne de fieras (Flesh of beasts) (1936).

As we’ve seen, there are a series of techniques to remember dreams. This is the first step to extracting their wisdom. Now, given that oneiric thoughts are a source of inspiration for solving problems, wouldn’t it be great to choose what you dream about before you go to sleep? Rather than waiting for dreams to come to us spontaneously, try to make them focus on the aspects of your life that interest you.

How to determine the theme of dreams
Let’s imagine that someone is not very satisfied with their job. They’d like to get into another line of work but are afraid of losing the job security they enjoy. On one hand, they’re not so young anymore, they should take the risk to get what they really want. But they don’t know what to do. They need a light, a sign, an inspiration. In short, they need a dream. But not just any dream, a dream that really centers on their problem and gives answers.

However, if you limit yourself to just “consulting your pillow,” you won’t get the desired results. There is a possibility you will be lucky and dream about what you’re interested in, but more likely you will dream of anything but. If we are really prepared to dive into that which worries us most intimately, we can direct our dreams to give us concrete answers. Just like the techniques to remember dreams, the process is simple: before sleeping, we must concentrate on the subject of interest.

It’s also best to write in your notebook all the events and emotions of the day that were most important before you go to sleep.

Once your impressions and theme to dream have been noted, concentrate on the subject that most bothers you. Think about it carefully; propose questions and alternatives, “listen” to your own emotions. It’s best if all possible doubts are noted in the dream notebook. This way you’re more likely to receive an answer.

In order for it to be an effective answer, the question must be well defined. The fundamental idea of the problem should be summed up in a single phrase. Once you’ve reflected on the problem, it’s time to go to bed. But the “homework” is not finished yet. Before going to sleep, you need to concentrate on the concrete question. You need to forget everything else, even the details. Just “visualize” and repeat the question, without thinking of anything else, until you fall asleep.

Oneiric thoughts are a source of inspiration. Annotating and analyzing them carefully fosters a process of self discovery.


Writing a dream notebook
You should always have a notebook and pen near your bed to write down dreams the moment you wake up. Don’t forget to always write the date. What details should you include in this kind of diary? As many as you remember, the more the better.

  • Note the events of the dream in order. It may not seem important when they appear unrelated. However, when analyzing them you can establish a chronological relationship between distinct elements.
  • What characters appear in your dreams? Was someone important missing? If one of them reminded you of someone you know, note that. Don’t rely on your memory.
  • If a familiar sight appears, analyze the differences between the dream and the real world. Were the doors/windows in the same place? Were they the same size and color? And so on. This is especially important if you want to practice lucid dreaming.
  • Also note the differences between familiar people in dreams and how
  • Also note the differences between familiar people in dreams and how they are in real life.
  • List the non-human characters that appeared, as well as any objects that behaved as if animated.
  • Take special note of recurrent themes, scenes, or characters. Do they always act/happen the same way?
  • Write down all the colors you remember.
  • Note your emotional reactions: if you feel happy, scared, nervous... Don’t let any theories about the meaning of dreams interfere. You run the risk of skipping details that might be very significant.
  • Finally, don’t trust your memory. After a time, you won’t remember a thing about some of the dreams you wrote down. No matter how clear they are in the moment, write them down.

Dreams are “signs,” messages from our subconscious, and the study and interpretation of them helps resolve the problems that worry us.

Nocturnal sleep puts us in touch with the deepest level of being, which allows us to approach our problems with a wider perspective. And induced dreams tend to be easier to remember than other oneiric activity.

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What Are My Dreams About?

Dreams! What do they mean? You probably recognize a connection between the dream world and the “real” world, but did you know that you can actually do things to nurture your dream life? The bulk of this intriguing volume is an alphabetical directory of the psychological and mystical meanings of various dream symbols, from angels to zoos.

For example, if you are chased in your dream, this will show a sense of insecurity. Dreams Interpreted, each page reveals the fantastic meanings of quotidian objects and occurrences that surface in your reveries. Make a note of it when you wake up so you do not forget your dream.... About Dream Interpretation

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What Does It Mean When You Have A Recurring Dream?

Recurrent dream themes often start at a young age, but can begin at any time, and persist for the rest of one’s life.

The theme of missing an exam, to take one example, commonly begins during college years, when the stress of performing well may be more intense than ever before. However, this theme may then carry forward as a recurring dream for many years, even as one moves on to a career.

The “missing the exam” dream may reappear the night before an important job interview or an evaluation at work.

The circumstances may change, but the same feelings of stress, and the desire to perform well, can trigger the relevant recurrent dream. Theorists suggest that these themes may be considered “scripts” (Spoormaker, 2008) or perhaps “complexes” (Freud 1950); as soon as your dream touches any aspect of the theme, the full script unfolds in completion. Dream theorists generally agree that recurring dreams are connected to unresolved problems in the life of the dreamer. In a previous post I discussed the idea that dreams often portray a Central Image, a powerful dream image that contextualizes a certain emotion or conflict for the dreamer.

The Tidal Wave dream is an example of a Central Image that represents overwhelming emotions such as helplessness and fear.

The Tidal Wave dream is a common dream to experience following trauma or abuse, and often becomes a recurrent theme that reflects a person’s struggling with integrating and accepting the trauma. Resolution of this theme over time is a good sign that the trauma has been confronted and adaptively integrated in the psyche. Empirical research has also supported findings that resolution of a recurrent dream is associated with improved well-being (Zadra, 1996). This is one way that keeping track of your dreams can be extremely informative and helpful in a therapeutic, or even self-help, process.


Many people have the same or a similar dream many times, over either a short period of time or their lifetime. Recurring dreams usually mean there is something in your life you’ve not acknowledged that is causing stress of some sort.

The dream repeats because you have not corrected the problem. Another theory is that people who experience recurring dreams have some sort of trauma in their past they are trying to deal with. In this case, the dreams tend to lessen with time. Nightmares are dreams that are so distressing they usually wake us up, at least partially. Nightmares can occur at any age but are seen in children with the most frequency. Nightmares usually cause strong feelings of fear, sadness or anxiety. Their causes are varied. Some medications cause nightmares (or cause them if you discontinue the medication abruptly). Traumatic events also cause nightmares. Treatment for recurring nightmares usually starts with interpreting what is going on in the dream and comparing that with what is happening in the person’s life. Then, the person undergoes counseling to address the problems that are presumably causing the nightmare. Some sleep centers offer nightmare therapy and counseling. Another method of treating nightmares is through lucid dreaming. Through lucid dreaming, the dreamer can confront his or her attacker and, in some cases, end the nightmares.... About Dream Interpretation

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What Dreams Can Do For You

Your dream world is an invisible but extremely powerful inner resouce, one that you can learn to access freely. You can learn to command and control your dreams, thereby enriching your life immeasurably.

Once upon a time not so long ago, an inventor was struggling with a major problem. His name was Elias Howe, and for years he had been trying to solve this problem, so that he could complete a machine he was building—a machine that would in time change the world. He was missing a small but vital detail, and, try as he would, he just couldn’t figure it out. Needless to say, Howe was a very frustrated man. One night, after another long day of fruitless work on his project, he dreamed he had been captured by fierce savages. These warriors were attacking him with spears. Although in the dream he was terrified he would be killed, he noticed that the spears were unusual looking: each one had an eye- shaped hole at the pointed end. When Howe woke up, it hit him like a brick: he had actually dreamed the answer to his problem. His nightmare was a blessing in disguise. He immediately saw that the eye of the spear could be an eye in a sewing needle, near its point. Elated with the discovery, he rushed to his laboratory and finished the design of his invention: the sewing machine. The rest, as they say, is history.

The list of what dreams can do for you seems endless. We’ve touched on a few of these benefits of dreaming in the preface and introduction. Now let’s go into a bit more detail. I want you to get really excited about your own dream potential. And, once you realize the possibilities, I think you will.

FAMOUS DREAMERS

The history of dreams is filled with stories of famous people who have called on their dreams for help, or who have received help unexpectedly from their dreams. Here are a few more interesting stories to illustrate the point:

The physicist Niels Bohr, who developed the theory of the movements of electrons, had a dream in which he saw the planets attached to the sun by strings. This image inspired him to finalize his theory.

The great Albert Einstein reported that the famous theory of relativity came to him while he was napping—a good reason for taking frequent naps!

Author Richard Bach, who wrote the bestseller Jonathan Livingston Seagull, was stuck in a writer’s block after writing the first half of his now-famous novel. It was eight years later that he literally dreamed the second half and was able to complete his book.

Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman told reporters that his classic film Cries and Whispers had been inspired by a dream.

Another writer, the well-loved British author Robert Louis Stevenson, was quite dependent on his dreams for ideas that he could turn into sellable stories. Stevenson has related in his memoirs that after a childhood tortured by nightmares, and his successful efforts to overcome them, he was able to put his dreams to work for profit.

A born storyteller (though he started out as a medical student), he was accustomed to lull himself to sleep by making up stories to amuse himself. Eventually, he turned this personal hobby into a profession, becoming a writer of tales like Treasure Island. He identified his dream-helpers as “little people,” or “Brownies.” Once he was in constant contact with this inner source, his nightmares vanished, never to return. Instead, whenever he was in need of income he turned to his dreams:

At once the little people begin to bestir themselves in the same quest, and labour all night long, and all night long set before him truncheons of tales upon their lighted theatre. No fear of his being frightened now; the flying heart and the frozen scalp are things bygone; applause, growing applause, growing interest, growing exultation in his own cleverness . . . and at last a jubilant leap to wakefulness, with the cry, “I have it, that’ll do!”

Stevenson wrote his autobiography in the third person, not revealing that he was the subject until the end.

Stevenson further states that sometimes when he examined the story his Brownies had provided, he was disappointed, finding it unmarketable. However, he also reported that the Brownies “did him honest service and gave him better tales than he could fashion for himself,” that “they can tell him a story piece by piece, like a serial, and keep him all the while in ignorance of where they aim.”

Stevenson’s Brownies are a perfect example of dream helpers just waiting to be called upon. A particularly famous example of the work of Stevenson’s Brownies is the tale The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. As he explains:

I had long been trying to write a story on this subject, to find a body, a vehicle, for that strong sense of man’s double being, which must at times come in upon and overwhelm the mind of every thinking creature. [After he destroyed an earlier version of the manuscript . . .] For two days I went about racking my brains for a plot of any sort; and on the second night I dreamed the scene at the window, and a scene afterwards split in two, in which Hyde, pursued for some crime, took the powder and underwent the change in the presence of his pursuers. All the rest was made awake, and consciously, although I think I can trace in much of it the manner of my Brownies.

Although Stevenson did the “mechanical work, which is about the worst of it,” writing out the tales with pen and paper, mailing off the stories to publishers, paying the postage, and not incidentally collecting the fees, he gave his Brownies almost total credit for his productions.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, a British poet, was accustomed to taking a sedative derived from opium (legal in those days). One afternoon after taking a dose he was reading and fell asleep over his book. The last words he read had been, “Here the Khan Kubla commanded a palace to be built.” When Coleridge awoke some three hours later he had dreamed hundreds of lines of poetry, which he immediately set to writing down. The opening lines of this poem—one of the most famous of all time—are:

  • In Xanadu did Kubla Khan
    A stately pleasure-dome decree:
    Where Alph, the sacred river, ran
    Through caverns measureless to man
    Down to a sunless sea.

Unfortunately for posterity, after writing only fifty-four lines of the two to three hundred he had dreamed, Coleridge was interrupted by a caller, whom he entertained for an hour. When he returned to complete the poem, he had lost all the rest of what he had dreamed! In his diary he noted that it had disappeared “like images on the surface of a stream.” Even so, he had written a masterpiece. This true story, however, emphasizes the need to record dreams upon awakening, a subject we will take up in chapters 5 and 6.

Not only artists and writers give their dreams credit for their ideas and inspirations, but many scientists as well (as we saw in the examples of Bohr and Einstein). Psychologist Eliot D. Hutchinson reports numerous cases of scientists receiving information through dreams and says of dreams that “by them we can see more clearly the specific mechanism of intuitive thought,” and that “a large number of thinkers with whom I have had direct contact admit that they dream more or less constantly about their work, especially if it is exceptionally baffling . . . they often extract useful conceptions.”

I personally can attest to this statement, as it mirrors my own experience writing books. For example, when I began work on this book about dreams, I noticed that my dream production immediately doubled; and I have had Stevenson’s experience of “little people,” whom I call my “elves,” and whom I write about extensively in my book for teens called Teen Astrology, telling about how they came to my rescue when I was quite stuck (see chapter 9, pages 249– 252 in that book).

One of the most astonishing as well as fascinating stories is that of Hermann V. Hilprecht, a professor of Assyrian at the University of Pennsylvania in the late 1800s. It seems to be a characteristic of those who receive dream help that they have recently been working long and hard and are frustrated. In Hilprecht’s case, he was working late one evening in 1893, attempting to decipher the cuneiform characters on drawings of two small fragments of agate. He thought they belonged to Babylonian finger rings, and he had tentatively assigned one fragment to the so-called Cassite period of 1700 B.C.E. However, he couldn’t classify the second fragment. And he wasn’t at all sure about the first either. He finally gave up his efforts at about midnight and went straight to bed—and had the following dream, which was his “astounding discovery.”

Hilprecht dreamed of a priest of pre-Christian Nippur, several thousand years ago, who led the professor into the treasure chamber of the temple and showed him the originals, telling him just how the fragments fitted in, all in great detail. Although the dream was long and involved, Hilprecht remembered it all and in the morning told it to his wife. In his words: “Next morning . . . I examined the fragments once more in the light of these disclosures, and to my astonishment found all the details of the dream precisely verified in so far as the means of verification were in my hands.”

Up until then, Hilprecht had been working only with drawings. Now he traveled to the museum in Constantinople where the actual agate fragments were kept and discovered that they fitted together perfectly, unlocking the secret of a three-thousand-year-old mystery by means of a dream!

How did this happen? Clairvoyance? Magic? Who was the priest? How was it that Hilprecht seemed to make contact in a dream with someone who had lived so long before him? We will never know the answers to these questions; but we do know from the professor’s own words that this is exactly what happened to him. (It makes you wonder whether Professor Hilprecht was in the habit of paying attention to his dreams!)

No doubt one of the most famous dream sources of scientific discovery was experienced by the German chemist Friedrich August Kekulé, when he was attempting to understand and model the molecular structure of benzene. Like Professor Hilprecht, Kekulé had been searching for the answer for many years and was totally immersed in the problem. He told of a dream he had while he napped in front of his fireplace one frigid night in 1865:

Again the atoms were juggling before my eyes:
My mind’s eye, sharpened by repeated sights of a similar kind, could not distinguish larger structures of different forms and in long chains, many of them close together; everything was moving in a snake-like and twisting manner. Suddenly, what was this? One of the snakes got hold of its own tail and the whole structure was mockingly twisting in front of my eyes. As if struck by lightning, I awoke.

This dream led Kekulé directly to the discovery of the structure of benzene, which is a closed carbon ring. A dream had presented a realization that served to revolutionize modern chemistry. Later, reporting his discovery to his colleagues at a scientific convention in 1890, he remarked, “Let us learn to dream, gentlemen, and then we may perhaps find the truth.” Not the sort of comment one generally expects from a scientist!

Here is the story of another scientist. Otto Loewi, who won the 1936 Nobel

Prize in Psychology and Medicine for his discovery of how the human nervous system works, credited this discovery to a dream. Prior to Loewi, scientists had assumed that the body’s nervous impulses were the result of electrical waves. However, in 1903 Loewi had the intuition that a chemical transmission was actually responsible. But he had no way to prove his theory, so he set the idea aside for many years. Then, in 1920, he had the following dream:

The night before Easter Sunday of that year I awoke, turned on the light, and jotted down a few notes on a tiny slip of thin paper. Then I fell asleep again. It occurred to me at six o’clock in the morning that during the night I had written down something most important, but I was unable to decipher the scrawl. The next night, at three o’clock, the idea returned. It was the design of an experiment to determine whether or not the hypothesis of chemical transmission that I had uttered seventeen years ago was correct. I got up immediately, went to the laboratory and performed a simple experiment on a frog’s heart according to the nocturnal design:
Its results became the foundation of the theory of chemical transmission of the nervous impulse.

Interestingly, Loewi had previously performed a similar experiment, which combined in his dreaming mind with the new idea, creating the successful result. This is an excellent example of the ability of dreams to combine with previous dreams, or with actual events, to produce fertile new ground.

These are some of the stories of famous people who have used dreams to solve problems, enhance creativity, and even make money and win important prizes. They are all evidence of the vast human ability to make use of dreams. As you draw upon your own dream life and develop skills in both dreaming and interpreting your dreams, you will become an advanced teen dreamer. Think of your dreams as a school where you are continually learning new skills and developing new aptitudes, reaching ever higher levels of achievement.

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Are dreams some strange, mysterious phenomenon that spontaneously happen on the night shift of life? Or is there some deeper meaning behind this universal experience?

Throughout recorded history humankind has valued the dream. A source of guidance, inspiration, prophecy, predic­ tion and problem solving, dreams are a common experience to us all. They know no boundaries between young and old, rich and poor, races, religions and nationalities, In every cul­ ture we find some version of “sleeping on a problem” before making a decision. The Bible and other ancient texts are filled with examples of how dreams have played important roles in people’s lives.

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White Mare With Black Spots

He will marry an exceptionally beautiful woman.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Windows, Black, Tinted

Hiding inner thoughts.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Expansions Dream Dictionary

Young

To dream of seeing young people, is a prognostication of reconciliation of family disagreements and favorable times for planning new enterprises.

To dream that you are young again, foretells that you will make mighty efforts to recall lost opportunities, but will nevertheless fail.

For a mother to see her son an infant or small child again, foretells that old wounds will be healed and she will take on her youthful hopes and cheerfulness.

If the child seems to be dying, she will fall into ill fortune and misery will attend her.

To see the young in school, foretells that prosperity and usefulness will envelope you with favors.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Young

1. A desire to return to days of innocence and happiness.

2. Hope.

3. A new outlook. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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New American Dream Dictionary

Young

Young people in your dream indicate reconciliation of family problems and new beginnings.

To see your son or daughter as small child again means you will soon cease worrying and regain a youthful outlook on life.

If you dream you are young again, you may try to change past mistakes, but be warned that these attempts will meet with failure.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

Young

Young people encountered in your dream favors reconciliation of family disruptions and new beginnings.

To see your son or daughter a small child again means you will soon have a cessation of worry and regain a youthful outlook on life.

If you dream you are young again you may try to rectify past mistakes but meet with failure.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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Encyclopedia of Dreams

Young

To dream that you have become Young again is a favourable omen. But the change for the better will not last long.... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book

Young

To dream of young persons indicates enjoyment.

If you are young, it indicates your sickness. You may die quickly.... Indian Interpretation of Dreams

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Indian Interpretation of Dreams

Young

Openness, lighthearted, playful, creative part of self; few restrictions or limitations. Young at heart.... The Dream Books Symbols

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The Dream Books Symbols

Young / Younger

To dream that you are a younger version of yourself, symbolizes your frustrated attempts to fix past mistakes or capture lost opportunities.... My Dream Interpretation

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My Dream Interpretation

Young Adulthood

Whether you left home at sixteen, eighteen or thirty-five, there will have been a point in your life when you struck out on your own. Your dreams during that period would have reflected your urge for independence and sense of adventure, mingled with the fear and uncertainty about your ability to cope on your own. In your early twenties, your dreams may therefore center on battles of some kind. They may also focus on your ability to perform well at school or work. The characters in your dream are likely to be less well focused than your own, suggesting that your adult identity is yet to emerge.

Dreams at this time may also be marked by separation anxiety. This is because most twenty-somethings do not yet have a strong sense of identity; their dreams will therefore reflect a wish to become a child again, go home or avoid growing up in some way. For example, you may dream of your grown-up self being back in your childhood bed, with your mother reading you a fairy story.

Such dreams may be viewed as an attempt by your dreaming mind to fulfill parental functions yourself; in other words learning to take care of yourself in a responsible caring way.

One’s twenties are also the decade in which we try on possible relationships and careers to see if we can find the perfect fit; not surprisingly, your dreams during this life stage may reflect your concerns and anxieties, often containing scenes and situations that are frantic and frustrating. Your focus may be on split- second mistakes, such as taking wrong turns in a vehicle, being unable to find your keys, going to the wrong examination room and so on.

By the time we reach our early thirties, we tend to be more realistic about what we can do in life and what constitutes a perfect partner; your dreams will reflect a sense of resignation but may also start to contain elements of frustration. Conflicts between what you hoped for and reality may be played out in your dreams. Many of us decide to have children in our twenties and thirties; this decision can stimulate some interesting dreams.

If you are not in your twenties or early thirties, a dream about this stage in life may reflect a longing for excitement and adventure, whether you are a teenager or a pensioner.

One very common dream during our thirties is that of missing a plane or train. In this dream, you have packed your bags, rushed to check in but there is trouble with your ticket, seating, ID or passport. Eventually you manage to break free and run for the gate but the flight, boat or train leaves without you. This kind of dream is very common for people who are juggling responsibilities and trying to advance their careers; the plane in the dream represents your ability to move to the next stage in your career. The frustration and disappointment in the dream reflects an internal experience rather than a situation in waking life.

If you have this dream, your dreaming mind is telling you that running faster, working harder or taking on more responsibilities is not always a solution.

Many young mothers have nightmares in which they go off to do some errands and completely forget their child or children in a restaurant, office or shop. Such a dream may be a warning that you have taken on too much. It could also be urging you to focus more on the important things in life (your children) and less on the details (your errands).

If you have this dream, try and see if you can adjust your routine so that you do not neglect what is most precious to you. See also BIRTH AND CHILDHOOD; RELATIONSHIPS; SCHOOL AND WORK.... The Element Encyclopedia

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The Element Encyclopedia

Young Boy

(See Boy)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Young Boy

One whose life is in front of him. Start something new. It also points to weak masculinity and a poorly developed masculine side of the woman, as well as poor gender identity in a man. This is often connected to the aging process in a man. In the Koran, it means one whose wealth is increasing.

According to Freud, the male genitalia, often in connection with masturbation fantasies.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Little Giant Encyclopedia

Young Girl

If she is not known to him, she symbolises his current year. Further, if she is beautiful and healthy and she is seen speaking to him or giving him something or he sees himself hugging her or making love to her or having intercourse with her it means the current year will prove profitable and fruitful for him. It not beautiful, the year will prove a disaster.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Young Girl

Vision: Men dreaming of being surrounded and idolized by young girls: a warning to control your desires or others will make fun of you. Kissing a young girl: don’t overestimate your strength; you might cause harm. Young girls are kissing you: the euphoria of love might initially be beautiful, but disillusion is bound to follow. Seeing a beautiful girl: be careful with your money.

Depth Psychology: Older men dreaming about young girls: they want to have an affair with a young girl. Other than that, the dream is a sign of the dreamers feminine side and indicates that he is maturing sexually.

A woman dreaming about being a young girl or being in the company of a young girl: she would like to escape from her adult role and all its responsibilines; or she wants to return to the “innocence” of earlier years.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Dreamers Dictionary

Young Man

(Teenage boy) An unknown young man in a dream represents an enemy.

If the young man is known in the dream, then whatever strength, harshness, weaknesses, deceit, perfidy, or character he displays, they denote the same character in wakefulness. Walking behind an unknown young man in a dream means pursuing one’s enemy and conquering him.

If one meets an unknown young man whom he dislikes in a dream, it means that such an enemy will surface and people will abhor him. Ifone happens to like him in the dream, then it means that he will face an enemywhom most people like and sympathize with. Ifa young man sees himselfturned into an old person in a dream, it means that he will suffer major losses in his life. Ayoung man or a teenager in a dream mostly represents an enemy, for a teenager rarely respects or heeds the advice of his peers.

A young man in a dream also represents deceit, betrayal, energy, or stubbornness, though he also could represent blessings and gratitude.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Young People, Adolescents

Vision: If an adolescent girl dreams about a young man: she will soon fall in love or get married.

A grown-up dreaming about a young boy is a sign of immaturity and the desire to be forever young and without responsibility; it can also be a suggestion that honest wTork and commitment to duty is the only road to prosperity. Meeting a young person who is very attached to you: you are admired or loved by a stranger.

Depth Psychology: A young man represents the masculine/intellectual side of your personality.

See Youth.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Dreamers Dictionary

Young Person / Youth

(1) A much younger person than yourself, but of die same sex, may represent your original and innocent self, uncontaminated with artificial and misleading aims and ambitions.

If so, you should feel love towards this figure: resolve to honour, protect and serve this pure essence of yourself

(2) A young person in a dream may offer you rejuvenation (whether you are middle aged or just depressed) or a creative transformation or re-orientation of your personality and / or your life.

If the person is of the same sex as you, he or she may symbolize your self - that is, your true self, the centre of your psyche.

If of the opposite sex, he or she may represent your anima / animus. (For anima / animus, see Brother / Sister, sections (4)-(6); for self) See also Child.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

Young Wife

Newer logical ideas.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Expansions Dream Dictionary

Young Woman

(Teenage girl) A young girl in a dream represents an enemy however she may look. Seeing a well dressed and pleasingly adorned young woman in a dream means hearing pleasing news coming from an unexpected person. Seeing a young and a beautiful looking female servant in a dream means blessings, a favor, joy and festivities. In a dream, seeing an unknown young girl is more advantageous than seeing a known one.

The strongest in meaning are those teenage girls who are presentable, well mannered and beautifully dressed. Ifshe is seen dressed with modesty in the dream, then she represents goodness, chastity, discreteness, and following the correct religious conduct. Ifshe adorns herselfand plays up her charms in the dream, then such goodness will be public.

If a young girl sees herself as an old woman in a dream, it means that she will live with modesty and preserve her chastity. Ifan old woman sees herselfturned young again in the dream, it means regaining her strength, sexual desire and fertility.

If she engages in lawful sexual intercourse in marriage, it denotes strong religious adherence.

If she engages in sexual intercourse with someone without marriage in the dream, then her dream represents her love for the world and attachment to its glitters. Ifone sees anold woman turned young in a dream, then the above explanation becomes stronger. However, if one is poor, it means that her basic needs will be secured.

If one has lost her chances in this world, it means that she will have a new opportunity, or if she is sick, it means that she will recover from her illness. Seeing a young girl frowning in a dream means that one may hear disturbing news.

If she looks emaciated, then one’s dream denotes poverty.

If she is naked in the dream, it means business losses and defamation. Marrying a virgin teenage girl in a dream means wealth.

(Also see Little girl)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Young!

To dream of becoming youthful denotes a faithful and loving husband or wife (Gypsy). ... The Fabric of Dream

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The Fabric of Dream