Meaning of Fans Dreams | Dream Interpretation

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Fans are used to “cool off,” a common metaphor for calming down after being in a highly emotional state. Fans can also have the opposite effect, however, by increasing the power of a raging fire (by feeding it with oxygen)—the source of such expressions as “fanning the flames.” Old-fashioned folding fans can symbolize both women and the phases of the moon. Finally, electric fans can represent danger because of their blades and their potential for causing electrocution.

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Fans | Dream Interpretation

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Beer

(see Beverages, Brewing)

In Egypt, dreaming of barley beer meant longevity to the dreamer, whereas a beer made from wheat portended joyous times ahead.

Love and commitment. In old Germany, the Minne (love) cup filled with ritual beer was offered to the bride and groom at weddings.

Social occasions. In Norse tradition especially, and among American sports fans, this beverage holds the connotation of something shared with good company. As such, it may also represent the spirit of hospitality.

A sense of fitting in and being one of the “guys.” Among almost all civilizations, beer was the beverage of common, everyday folk, who usually enjoyed it with each other.... The Language of Dreams

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Fan

(see Ah; Wind)

A type of air or wind dream that offers more personal control because you know-where the “off switch lies.

Handheld fans may symbolize secret communications. In the Victorian era, when propriety would not allow lovers to outwardly speak of their feelings, fans were used to convey those desires. Also, handheld fans placed before the face obscure the words or expressions behind them.

Causing trouble (e.g., “fanning the flames”).

Attempting to keep yourself cool despite heated emotional, physical, or spiritual matters.... The Language of Dreams

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Rosie O’donnell

The Queen of Nice, as she is called by fans, may appear in a dream to nudge you to stop placating and to “tell it like it is.” She may demonstrate that there is more than one body type for a woman and thus may appear to the woman who is obsessed about her weight to say, “You’re beautiful as you are.” As a successful single mom, she brings the importance of motherhood and the nurtunng aspect of the personality to a dreamer who wonders if her role as a mother is important enough.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Feathers

If your dream featured many small feathers, or a cloud of them, as from a pillow fight it signifies an exceptional stroke of luck which will enhance your prestige as well as your income.

Ornamental feathers, or articles made of them, such as ostrich feather fans, boas, or feathered hats, indicate an increase in social popularity for a woman or personal power for a man.

To dream of gathering or sweeping feathers up or picking them off clothes or furniture predicts a life of many small joys.

Other than the foregoing, a dream of feathers can have as many meanings as there are varieties of feathers, or it must be interpreted by correlating its action and other factors to the color of the feather(s).... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Fan

Dreaming of fanning yourself to get air signifies a desire to begin new activities. Conversely, if you use it to cover your face, the fan indicates that your relationships are not precisely sincere; it can even denote you are lying to yourself. In many cases, dreaming of fans is a sign of infidelity, intrigue, or even frivolity. On the other hand, it is important to keep in mind that the character handling the fan in the dream is often the one who takes initiative in the real world.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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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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Wish-fulfillment

We all have aspirations and desires, and we may learn to stifle and even forget them because they seem impossible. Our dreaming mind, however, does not forget. The most typical dreams that are wish-fulfillment are ones that reflect our hopes in an obvious way. For example, if you are feeling tired and run down you may dream of being on a beach in Hawaii.

If you are attracted to someone in real life, you may dream about making love to them.

If you are apprehensive about retiring or getting older, you may dream of being a teenager or baby again.

If you are having financial troubles, you may dream of being surrounded by piles of cash or winning the lottery.

If you long to get married, you may dream of your wedding day or honeymoon.

If your fantasy is sexual variety, you may dream about visiting a prostitute or gigolo.

If you have your sights set on a promotion, you may dream of being the boss.

If you long to make your mark on the world, you may dream of becoming prime minister.

If you want to be famous, you may dream of yourself on the red carpet, writing a best-seller or singing before an audience of thousands of screaming fans.

If you dream of buying something you want or need in waking life, this is simple wishfulfillment but the dream is reminding you that satisfying your desires may cost you.

If you were buying food in your dream, you may be trying to buy someone’s affection in waking life.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Artists And Entertainers

This diverse group of stars has won fans and spawned imitators around the world.

If they appear in your dreams they can enlighten and inspire us to follow our dreams.... The Element Encyclopedia

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