Breaking Ramadan Fast Mistakenly | Dream Meaning

The keywords of this dream: Breaking Ramadan Fast Mistakenly

15 dream interpretations related to the symbols you see in your dreams.

Breaking Up

To dream that you are breaking up with someone is a signal that there are feelings or situations in your life that you want to be rid of. Or, it could mean you are refusing to accept a situation that’s being pushed upon you.

If you dream of someone else breaking up with you, you may have low self-esteem or feel alienated from others. This could also be a straight-forward fear of rejection.... breaking up dream meaning

Fast

Dreams of fasting indicates -discipline.

If you are abstaining from food/thoughts that are unhealthy for you, then this indicates that you are releasing and detoxifying impurities from your system. Releasing what you don’t want so that you can feast on what you do want.

If this dream is about rapid movement, see Fast Lane or Express.... fast dream meaning

Breaking Wind

(See Fart)... breaking wind dream meaning

Breaking

To break anything in a dream portends grief from the loss of a friend, by death or otherwise.... breaking dream meaning

Fast Food

See Food and Drive-Through.... fast food dream meaning

Feast Of Breaking The Fast

(arb. Eid-ul Fitr; Lesser Bairam; Ramadan; 1st of Shawwal) Witnessing the feast of breaking the fast of Ramadan in a dream means overcoming depression, dispelling stress, regaining joy, ease in one’s life, acceptance of one’s prayers, repentance from sin, recovering one’s losses, relief, finding a lost object, prosperity, comfort, spending money and exchanging gifts.

(Also see Feast of Immolation)... feast of breaking the fast dream meaning

Ramadan

(See Arabic months; Fasting)... ramadan dream meaning

Dismembering / Breaking Up

Do you have the feeling that you are falling apart.7 Dismembering often comes up in a dream when there is a fear of the breakup of a love relationship. In mythology it frequently represents alienation and estrangement, and the dismembered person is then sometimes put together again by the gods. See Mosaic, Puzzle.... dismembering / breaking up dream meaning

Fast Lane

Dreams of driving in the fast lane, or the “#1 Lane” represents your competitive edge and that you are driven to be number one. This is a processing dream, allowing you to decompress all the high-speed activities from your life on the edge, in the fast lane. See Express.... fast lane dream meaning

Fast Track

See Fast Lane.... fast track dream meaning

Breaking In

To dream of someone breaking into a house or other building is actually lucky! It foretells an increase of wealth or worldly goods.

If you dreamed of breaking into someplace, you will suffer losses due to foolish or careless behavior.... breaking in dream meaning

Fast Food Restaurant

To dream that you are in a fast food restaurant suggests you are feeling overwhelmed by choices that you need to make in your life. This dream can also mean you are seeking emotional nourishment outside of your family or regular group of friends.... fast food restaurant dream meaning

Agreement, Breaking An

Someone breaking a commitment, agreement, or promise can represent feeling or fearing: Someone being dishonest in real life.

Breaking a promise to yourself.

God or “life” breaking a promise or not “delivering” the way you expect or want.

See also: Betrayed, Being; Agreement; Trust; Decision, Someone Else’s; Decision, Your; Negotiating... agreement, breaking an dream meaning

Breaking Things

To dream that you break something, like a window or a chair, indicates that changes lie ahead and that you want to change the direction in which your life is heading. Alternatively, it suggests that you need to take things more slowly.

If you drop or smash things in your dreams, this indicates that you are letting go of—or need to let go of— some project, relationship, person or idea. Be sure to analyze the significance of what is being dropped or smashed. Another explanation for dreams of breaking things is that you are expressing some dismay or regret at how you let something slip through fingers.... breaking things dream meaning

A Fast Track To The Meaning Of Your Dreams

You Need Only Five Minutes to Analyze a Dream

This is a first glance at a quick method to analyze your dreams in five easy steps, as summarized below. Further details about each step follow in Chapters 3 through 7.

Discovering what your dreams mean is as easy as learning to ride a bicycle. Use these five steps to get your balance on a dozen dreams and you will be on your way to a lifetime of dream insights. Once you get into the rhythm, you can begin to see the meaning of many dreams in five minutes.

1: Emotions.

Note your feelings (1) during the dream and (2) as you wake up. Your emotional reaction to a dream is the first clue to what it means, and on occasion, your reaction is the most important clue. For example, if you see yourself lying in a coffin but you wake up feeling happy, the dream is not likely a prediction of your demise.

2: Story Line.

The story line is a generalized “restating” of the dream without repeating the actual details. It is not a summary. A summary merely extracts the main ideas using the same terms as the original story. To get the story line, you extract the main action and the end result of the dream without using the actual words. You replace the story’s original words with general terms like “someone” or “something.”

Clear as mud so far? The following examples will clarify what a story line sounds like. This step may take a smidgeon of practice, but since it is often a key turning point to finding the meaning of a dream, it is well worth the effort.

FOR EXAMPLE, a young man dreams that he is trying to catch a firefly on a warm summer night. He swats at the fireflies yet keeps missing; he chases one, but it gets away. Out of frustration he plunks down on the grass and sits quietly. As he relaxes, a firefly gets close and he gently catches it.

THE STORY LINE IS: “Frantic activity fails, but someone succeeds after becoming quiet.” Or “Someone gets what they want by staying calm and letting it come to them.” Each version of the story captures the gist of the dream, but there is no direct mention of the young man, a firefly, or sitting on the grass. Like a silhouette, the story line ignores the details and, instead focuses on the story generalizations and results. By doing so, what is important comes into focus.

3: Match the Story Line to an Area of Your Life.As always, the question is not “What does this dream mean?” The question is, “To what in my life (my actions, decisions, or relationships) or in me (my personality, attitudes, or emotions)—does the dream refer?” Like fitting a puzzle piece into the big picture of your life, determine what, in you, or in your life, may sound like the story line. Examine the story line gist you just put together as if it is an arrow pointing to a situation, a trait, or an attitude.

You can turn the story line into a question. That can help you see where the arrow points. For example, in the above dream about the young man and the firefly, the dreamer might ask himself, “Am I frantic in some area of my life?” Or “What issue could be resolved if I stay quiet instead of pushing?” Once the story line matches an area of your life, the message often clicks.

4: Symbols.

The brain is hardwired to visually record and remember your memories, thoughts, and events. As a result, most memories are “pictures linked to feelings,” which is important to note. Since the brain stores memories as images, it is no surprise that dreams—which are a by-product of the mind—also use pictures to communicate their message.

Dream symbols are pictures that relate to and are “linked to” memories and experiences such as graduating from school, receiving flowers, or a special exchange with a loved one. Because a dream symbol has an emotional link to your past, a symbol leaves an emotional footprint on your heart and can speak volumes. That is why—when you explore a dream symbol such as a flower or a piece of jewelery—you examine it in two ways. First, see how the image makes you feel, and second, check out what past experiences the symbol relates to, in your life. This two-pronged approach to dream symbols—the feelings a symbol evokes and the memory it relates to—is called “exploring your associations.” You examine the related emotions and you examine where, when, and how that particular image or scene touched your life. Like Hansel and Gretel leaving a trail of crumbs through the woods, that trail of your associations will lead you to what the dream symbol means.

For example, you see a red sports car in a dream and it makes you feel elated. Later, you remember that when you graduated from college, you fantasized about reaching the top of the corporate ladder and driving a sports car. In this case, the feelings and past memory of the red sports car relates to those early motives to achieve in career, and as a message, the symbol invites you to assess how far you have come to reaching your goals.

5: What the Dream Means.

By the time you run a dream through steps one to four, you have noticed your feelings (step one), created a story line and matched it to a real-life situation (steps two and three), and observed how its main symbols relate to your personal experience (step four). By that time or anywhere along the way, an “aha” moment often comes together to reveal the dream message.

Discovering what the dream is telling you is half of the game; the other half is to apply the insight. A dream is practical and useful—if and only if—you apply its insight. Step five is about applying what you get from the dream into your life. Whether the message invites you to change an attitude, explore career options, or expresses congratulations for a job well done, using a dream message is like building a solid house, one brick at a time. Every time you apply a new insight to your life, it is like adding a brick to a mansion you are creating. Its application helps you unleash your potential one step at a time and puts the odds in your favor of achieving success, peace, and happiness.... a fast track to the meaning of your dreams dream meaning