Farm Buildings In Disrepair | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Farm Buildings Disrepair

Buildings

To see large and magnificent buildings, with green lawns stretching out before them, is significant of a long life of plenty, and travels and explorations into distant countries. Small and newly built houses, denote happy homes and profitable undertakings; but, if old and filthy buildings, ill health and decay of love and business will follow. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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1. The self, the body.

2. Symbol of achievement, success.

3. A need to assess attitudes—possibly toward relationships, likely toward situations. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Buildings

Buildings symbolize areas and places you frequent. Any place where people come together can manifest itself as a building in a dream ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Buildings

Buildings in dreams represent the constructions we make in our lives. They are attitudes and beliefs we have built from our experience, perception, and often from our family habits and customs. Where in real life we can learn a lot about a person from his personal environment, so in dreams a building can also reflect the dreamer’s character hopes and concerns.

The features of the building mirror the features of the dreamer’s personality. Buildings in dreams can become composite, and therefore confusing. In understanding the dream, we should interpret the main appearance of the building first, as its main function, and the secondary appearance as qualities to be recognised. Various buildings have distinct meanings:

Boarding house or Hotel - also see individual entry in

To dream of a boarding house or hotel indicates that we may not feci secure within our living conditions.

Castle, Fortress, Citadel

The symbolism of the castlc or fortress is that of the defended spacc and therefore can be taken to represent the feminine or the Great Mother.

Courtyard

In dreams, the courtyard is a place of safety and often the shape will be relevant (see Shapes).

Church, temple etc. also see Church Buildings in C and Church in Religious Imagery As an environment for us to consider our system of belief, any religious building will suggest a place of sanctuary and refuge. Although we may not consciously adhere to any particular religion, most of us have principles by which we live, which will surface in dreams in recognisable images.

House

If we are aware that the house is not empty - that there is something in it (e.g. furnishings) it shows some aspect of the dreamer. Someone else in the house suggests that the dreamer may be feeling threatened by an aspect of his own personality.

If there are different activities going on it indicates there is a conflict between two parts of our personality, possibly the creative and the intellectual.

The front of the house portrays the front we show to the outside world.

Going into/out of the house

We may- have to decide whether we need at that time to be more introverted or more extroverted.

An impressive, awe-inspiring house In a dream like this we are conscious of the Self or the Soul.

Moving to a larger house

There is need for a change in our lives, perhaps to achieve a more open way of life, or even for more space. Being outside the house The more public side of ourselves is being depicted.

A small house, or the house where the dreamer was born

The dreamer is seeking security, or perhaps the safety of babyhood, without responsibility.

If the smallness of the house is constricting

We are being trapped by our responsibilities, and may need to escape.

Work on the house; cementing, repairing, etc.

Relationships may need to be worked on or repaired, or perhaps we need to look at health matters. We may need to take note of the damage or decay that has occurred in our lives.

Igloo - also see individual entry Because of its shape, the igloo stands for completeness and sanctuary.

It is warm on the inside and cold on the outside and therefore signifies the difference between the internal and the external.

Pyramid The pyramid is considered to be a focus for power, so for one to appear in a dream is to be concentrating on the power within.

Temple - see Church Buildings in C and Church in Religious Imagery

Tower (obelisk, steeple, lighthouse, etc.)

Any image of a tower is representing the personality, and the Soul within. While there are obvious connotations that conncct it with masculinity, it is more corrcct to perceive it as the Self within a wider context. When thought of in this way attention can then be paid to other attributes of the tower, such as where windows, doors and staircases are placed. This leads to a greater understanding of the Spiritual Self.

Warehouse

The warehouse being primarily a storage place has the symbolism of being a repository either for spiritual energy or for spiritual rubbish.

Components of buildings Balcony (or ledge, sill, etc.)

We all have need for support within our lives and a balcony indicates both support and protec- tiveness. It can also represent the Mother in her protective aspect. Construction or demolition of a building. We all have the abil- itv within us to construct successful lives and equally an ability to self- dcstruct.

A dream that highlights construction or demolition gives us access to those qualities and abilities within ourselves. Doors also see individual entry Doors refer to the openings of the body and therefore, by default, one’s scxualitv.

The front door and back door signifies the vagina and the anus respectively. Breaking down the door can be taken to indicate an inhibition over sex and an unwillingness to face the issues. It can also represent rape or abuse.

Opening and closing the door

While often taken to stand for intercourse. this can show the dreamer’s attitude to sex.

Refusing to open the door

Although the dreamer may not technically be a virgin, for this to occur represents an innocent approach to their scxualitv.

A door between the outer and inner rooms shows there mav be a conflict between the conscious and the unconscious. Barring the door This highlights the dreamer’s need for self- protection.

If an animal or person forces his way in and destroys the lock

Our own protective mechanisms have let us clown. Escaping by another door indicates the dreamer needs to find a new solution to the one he thought of to solve a problem.

Someone knocking on the door signifies that the dreamer’s attention is being drawn to an external situation.

Hall/Passages

Any passage can stand for the passages within the body; for instance the vagina or the anus. Equally; on a psychological level, it signifies how we allow our personal space to be penetrated. Passages also represent the transitions between the various stages of our lives.

Lift A lift usually indicates how we deal with information.

For instance, a lift going down would suggest going down into the subconscious, while a lift going up would be moving towards the spiritual.

It is believed that in the sleep state we leave our bodies. Thus, descending in a lift and getting stuck represents the entrapment of the spiritual by the physical body.

Rooms in a dream can describe various parts of our personalities or levels of understanding, but often signify either the womb or the mother figure. Thus the kitchen would be the home- making part of us whereas a sitting room would be the more relaxed, comfortable side.

A small room with only one door or a basement with water in it is a direct representation of the womb, and may indicate a return to the womb-like state.

A series of rooms

This refers to the various aspects of femininity and often to the whole soul. Anything in an upstairs room An upstairs room usually signifies mental or spiritual attributes, so any object will represent an idea or concept.

The basement or cellar This meaning can be ambivalent, since a cellar can represent the parts of ourselves that we have chosen to suppress. It can also represent family beliefs and habits, particularly if the basement is that of the parents. Leaving one room and going into another If this is a deliberate action in the dream, then it represents a change of state and of leaving something behind. Empty rooms Something, such as comfort or support, is lacking in our lives. Stairs Stairs are often an indication of the steps we must take in order to achieve a goal. Climbing the stairs is indicative of the effort that we must make in order to have access to the more mystical, spiritual side of our being. It can more simply be the exertion we practise in our everyday life. Going downstairs Conversely, in order to have access to the hidden unconscious side of ourselves, we need to ‘go down’ into the unconscious.

A golden staircase

This is such a basic image, with so many interpretations, that particular attention needs to be paid both to other aspects of the dream, and also the dreamers spiritual state at that specific time. Largely it represents a ‘death’, but not necessarily a physical death.

It is more the realisation that we no longer need to be trapped within the physical, but can move towards a more fulfilling life.

It is a way out of the mundane.

Walls A wall signifies a block to progress a difficulty we have or will come up against. Often the nature of the wall will give some clue as to what the block is.

For instance, a wall which looks old will signify an old problem, whereas a glass wall would indicate some difficulties with perception. Walls closing in could describe the remembered feelings of birth, but is more likely to represent a feeling of being trapped by the lifestyle we have.

A brick wall, rampart or dividing wall all signify the difference between two states of reality often the inner psychological state and the exterior everyday world.

Windows Windows will describe the means by which we appreciate the world we live in, the way we perceive reality. Dreaming that we arc looking outwards through a window can suggest that we have a more extrovert view of ourselves and will tend to look at external circumstances. Looking inwards through a window indicates we are looking inwards at our own personality, and perhaps at our own motivation. Opening a window The interpretation depends on whether we are opening the window from the inside or the outside.

If the former, we are dealing with our inner feelings which we may need to escape; the latter shows our attitude to outside opinion.

Breaking through a window (or glass door)

This can suggest the first sexual experience.

Stained glass windows

Because of the connection with churches, stained glass can be accepted as religious belief (also see Colour).... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Buildings

(see Apartments, Barn, Castle, Church, Monastery, Te?nple)

The condition of the building can reveal the condition of your health, a relationship, or a situation.

What does the building hold? If it is just an empty shell, consider if you’re living superficially, without gaining any real spiritual substance.

Of what is the building constructed? Just like the story of “The Three Little Pigs,” you want your hopes to be based on good foundational material if they’re ever going to materialize in reality.

Are the doors and windows of this building open and accessible? If so, this shows a very open-minded person who may be too exposed. Similarly, a building that appears locked up tight indicates narrow views and large obstacles to intimacy.

What type of building is it? Certain structures carry fairly direct meanings.

For example, hotels, motels, and mobile homes represent temporary conditions, change, movement, and transition, sometimes literally in our living space.... The Language of Dreams

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Magnificent edifices in excellent condition, with well kept grounds, are an augury that you will rise to the top of the profession or business in which you are engaged.... The Complete Dream Book

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Buildings

Buildings in dreams represent the constructions we make in our lives. They are attitudes and beliefs we have built from our experience, perception and often from our family habits and customs. From a spiritual perspective, buildings in dreams allow us to see clearly the constructs we put in place to keep us safe.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Buildings

Psychological / emotional perspective: Where in real life we can learn a lot about a person from his personal environment, so in dreams a building can also reflect the dreamer’s character hopes and concerns.

The environment we put ourselves in reflects our state of mind or the emotions we have about a particular situation. We all have the ability within us to construct successful lives and equally an ability to self-destruct.

A dream that highlights construction or demolition gives us access to those qualities and abilities within ourselves.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Buildings

Material aspects: The features of the building often mirror aspects of the dreamer’s personality or what is going on on a mundane level. Sometimes buildings in dreams can become composite and, therefore, confusing. In understanding the dream we should interpret the main appearance of the building first, as its main function, and the secondary appearance as qualities to be recognized. As well as buildings themselves, the various components also have a great deal of relevance in dreams.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Buildings

A dream sequence of large new buildings indicates a need to expand, to travel, to find a new interest. Small buildings, a small but profitable undertaking. Old buildings, threat of failure.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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Buildings

General Meaning: Established works or visions in your life. Different buildings will represent different visions or ministries.

• If you are dreaming of being in a building from your past, it is possible that hurts or what happened back there is being stirred up once again in your life.

If you dream of the house you grew up in, it could indicate that you are either facing conflicts from the past or perhaps putting things from the past to rest.

• Look up the subject of Healing Dreams in the Way of Dreams and Visions for more on this.

• Office Buildings • An office building is where you work and speaks of your life in the workplace and world.

• It is also a good picture of business and wealth. In the Old Testament such business was conducted at the city gate.

• Positive: We have often seen a ribbon cutting ceremony in front a new building.

• This is a picture of a new ministry or division of the ministry that the Lord has established in the spirit.

If you are in intercession and see something like this, then the Lord is calling you to birth the new vision in the spirit.

To release it through decree.

Negative: If you see a building being demolished, you need to decide of this is a good or a bad thing. At times a prophet will be called of the Lord to speak destruction on a work that is not of Him.

• If you are a prophet you might see a building being built or torn down in the spirit.

It is for you to speak that forth in the spirit.

• Jeremiah 1:10 See, I have this day set you over the nations and over the kingdoms, to root out, and to pull down, and to destroy, and to throw down, to build, and to plant..... The Way of Dreams and Visions

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Buildings

Carl Jung talked about recurring dreams he had in which he would discover parts of his house that he didn’t know existed.

In these dreams he believed the house represented his personality, and the new things he discovered in the house related to new developments in his work.

Many dream researchers subscribe to Jung’s theory and believe that buildings in dreams represent aspects of the self, or constructions we make in our lives. The upstairs represents the conscious mind, and the lower floors and cellars the unconscious, or hidden, mind. Different parts of the building might represent different times in your life, and the attitudes and beliefs you have built from experience. The features of your dream building can also mirror features of your personality; by so doing, they reflect your character, hopes and dreams, and how you feel about yourself.

If you dream of a house or a building, ask yourself what aspect of you the building represents. Does it represent how you see yourself? Is it a symbol of your body, mind or spirit? If the house is crumbling or decaying, are you in need of some kind of psychological, spiritual or physical cleaning and renewal? If the building is burning, does this show your desire to get rid of something that is holding you back? If the building is in ruins, do you feel worthless and manipulated by others? If the building is tall, does this suggest ambitions yet to be fulfilled? Is the house symbolic of your feelings in childhood or other past experiences? What are the conditions like in the house? Ask yourself what personal associations the buildings in your dreams have and what they represent to you.

The environment and your feeling reaction to the building in your dream will all contribute important clues as to its meaning, but it is also important to bear in mind the purpose for which the building is used in waking life. For example, castles and fortresses suggest protection and royalty, whereas factories suggest work and routine. Although high-rise buildings are believed to be phallic symbols, as a type they all have different functions: skyscrapers are homes and workplaces, lighthouses offer hope to sailors at sea, and towers isolate, elevate and imprison.

Churches and religious buildings offer us hope and quiet reflection, libraries and museums supply us with information and stimulate our minds. Courts provide social justice, whilst public buildings symbolize work, tax, bureaucratic or legal matters that need to be sorted. Hospitals are centers of healing and castles are historical icons. Houses, bungalows, flats, mansions and palaces offer different types of accommodation for different types of needs. Prisons are places for criminals to learn the consequences of their actions, and hotels provide a welcome break from home.

If any of these buildings appear in your dream, this chapter will help you interpret the meaning; but for domestic buildings, homes and shops you may want to refer to HOME and MONEY AND SHOPPING. For places associated with entertainment, such as cinemas and theatres, you may want to refer to ARTS AND CRAFTS and LEISURE, and for places of work and learning consult SCHOOL AND WORK.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Church Buildings

also see Church in Buildings and Religious Imagery

1- A church represents our feelings about organised religion. In dreams it can be a placc of sanctuary, particularly in the sense that we can have a shared belief with other people. This may be as much to do with a shared moral code as with a code of personal behaviour.

2- A church building may or may not be considered to be beautiful, but its image links with our appreciation of beautiful objects which mark and enhance our sense of worship. We link with the forces of life within us which enable us to live life more fully.

3- A church becomes a ‘world centre’ since it marks all that is holy and essential in our lives.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Church Buildings

also see Church in Dream Dictionary: Religious Buildings and Religious Imagery

To dream of church buildings can imply we are formulating a new set of values or morals. It may also mean we are abandoning old, outdated beliefs.... Dream Meanings and Dream Interpretation

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Farm

To dream that you are living on a farm, denotes that you will be fortunate in all undertakings.

To dream that you are buying a farm, denotes abundant crops to the farmer, a profitable deal of some kind to the business man, and a safe voyage to travelers and sailors.

If you are visiting a farm, it signifies pleasant associations. See Estate.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Farm

1. Need for nourishment, cultivation and/or growth.

2. Long­ing for youth or bygone era.

3. Hard work will be rewarded, bring a great harvest. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Farm

(Estate; Farmland; Property) A farm in a dream represents a woman. Its spikes represent her children or property.

If a farm in the dream is interpreted to mean a marketplace, then its spikes represent profits, benefits, tools, or financial losses.

A farm in a dream also represents a battlefield and its spikes are the soldiers, or it could represent the world and its spikes then represent people, their young and old.

A farm in a dream also could represent every deed which is intended for the benefit of the hereafter, meaning that this world is the farmland of the hereafter.

(Also see Crop; Estate)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Farm

To dream of taking a farm denotes advancement; to visit a farm and partake of its products, good health (Gypsy). Obviously an interpretation derived from the rural districts.... The Fabric of Dream

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Farm

Turning toward nature, as in Field, Ear (of corn), Farmer.

The “innate” side of the dreamer (the instinctive urges). Acceptance and integration of instinctive urges, material success, grounding, and health.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Farm

Rural life, simplicity, and a strong connection to nature. Farmers live by the land and nature’s whims.

Figurative death (e.g., “it bought the farm”).

The type of farming shown in the dream may also have meaning; consider the animals and crops that reside thereon to expand your interpretation.

For example, farming corn can represent vour tenacious efforts to improve finances, and how well the efforts are faring.... The Language of Dreams

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Farm

Prosperity and good health are foretold by a dream of living and working on a farm.

If it is a stock or dairy farm, your investments will turn out well.... The Complete Dream Book

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Farm

To dream about a farm indicates that you should expand or grow certain parts about you in order to make the most of your prospects. You are in the right state of mind to mature.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Farm

To dream that you are engaged in Farm work is a fortunate omen; it indicates material success, though after some struggle on your part.

If you only visit a farm, it indicates good health.... Mystic Dream Book

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Farm

A busy, fruitful, and prosperous farm is a sign of abundance ahead, while a derelict, barren, and decrepit farm implies the need to work hard to avoid a rocky financial road ahead. Seeing lots of farm animals enjoying life reflects a coming period where you’ll be meeting a lot of new people who’ll be of great assistance to you.... Dream Explanations of Astro Center

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Farm

Dreaming of living in a farm is a good omen, foretelling that you will be fortunate in all your undertakings. It represents growth and enrichment.

To dream of buying a farm signifies success and profit.... My Dream Interpretation

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Farm

To dream of a farm is a desire for security.

The idea of independence because of the abundance that a farm is supposed to produce is latent in the dreamer’s mind. It can also express a desire for solitude and peace of mind.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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Farm

A prosperous-looking, well-kept farm in your dream predicts a life of abundance, simple pleasures, and good health; a derelict, neglected, or poorappearing farm signifies a small loss of money, expected gain, or property.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Farm

Nurturing, cultivating aspects of self. Working on development of potential; sowing and reaping. Growth is symbolized by what is on the farm and activity going on.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Farm

A farm symbolizes your heritage, in general, as long as you dream you live on it.

If you manage it and turn it into a productive enterprise you will likely be able to do solid businesses in real life. However, if you see it wasted and abandoned it is a advising you to change the course of your career.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Farm

A farm represents the production of food to provide nurturance through abundance on a large scale. Evoking images of serenity and simplicity, farms harken back to a connection to the land that is all but forgotten in our current culture and history. Working on a farm points to a call to action to dig deeper and take responsibility for getting your needs met. Owning a farm connects to how responsible you are to your self-nurturing and perhaps to the dependence of others upon you for such needs.

If you can eat only what you plant and tend, then farms connect to taking (or not taking) responsibility for your personal needs and how you get them addressed.

A specific farm crop could add some texture to your meaning.

A dairy farm might connect to emotional matters, maternal concerns, and thoughts around children.

A farm that slaughters animals suggests more substantial issues around taking care of sustenance. Slaughter and sacrifice relate to having to let go of something in order to receive something else and thereby achieve balance. An organic farm points to radical measures urging you toward a healthier approach to meeting your needs.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Farm

If a farm appears in your dream, you may be longing for a more simple, down- to-earth approach to life.

If there is manure in the yard, this may point to obstacles that prevent you realizing your dream.

If you dream of a windmill, the windmill may represent your creativity as the windmill grinds flour for bread.

If you are the family breadwinner, you might identify with this dream. Images of a stable in your dream may suggest repressed sexuality, as horse-riding is a Freudian symbol of sex. For Jung, the horse represents humankind’s harnessing of natural forces, making the stable a place where the dreamer can face these forces with confidence.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Farm

To be in a farm or farmyard in your dream suggests that you are very much in touch with the down-to-earth aspects of yourself. It also indicates a need to feel safe and looked after. Whatever animals there are in the farm will be significant to the interpretation.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Farm / Farmer

Dreams of a farm represent how well you care for your basic needs, animal instincts, and your level of attunement to the seasons and cycles of life. Your dream is telling you to get grounded, because you reap what you sew. Dreams of a farmer represent the simple, no-nonsense aspect of you that lives close to nature and has his/her feet on the ground.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Farm / Farmer

Farms and farmers are naturally associated with growth and nourishment. Also, many city dwellers have older relatives who live on a farm, giving farms secondary associations with the past, with childhood, and with earlier stages of society. Other aspects of farm symbology are related to various stages of the agricultural cycle, such as planting and harvest.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Farm / Farmyard

also see Animals

1- To be in a farmyard in a dream (if it is not a memory) shows us as being in touch with the down-to- earth side of ourselves. There are many facets of behaviour which can be interpreted in animal terms and often this type of dream has more impact than one including people.

2- Our natural drives such as a need for physical comfort, herd behaviour and territorial rights are best expressed in a safe, conserving environment.

3- A farmyard is an enclosure in which we may feel safe and, to some extent, looked after.

Dreaming of one shows that we are within safe Spiritual boundaries.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Farm / Farmyard

A farmyard is an enclosure in which we may feel safe and, to some extent, looked after.

Dreaming of such a place shows that we are within safe spiritual boundaries.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Farm / Farmyard

Psychological / emotional perspective: Our natural drives such as a need for physical comfort, herd behaviour and territorial rights are best expressed in a safe, conserving environment, symbolized by the rural idyll of a farm. As time goes on the image of a farm or farmyard is superceded by the commercial requirements of a working farm, analogous with our own working environment.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Farm / Farmyard

Material aspects: To be in a farmyard in a dream (if it is not a memory) shows us as being in touch with the down-to-earth side of ourselves. There are many facets of behaviour that can be interpreted in animal terms and often this type of dream has more much impact than one including people.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Farm / Farmyard

Gives gender - specific: The agricultural environment is an easy way to learn about procreation and conservation. In both men’s and women’s dreams a farm or farmyard may symbolize such issues. You might like to consult the entry for animals for further qualification.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Farm Pond

(See Water level)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Farm, Agricultural

If a farm setting appears tn your dream, it may reflect your concerns about sustaining or contributing to community.

A farm with a variety of crops may reflect the variety of ideas that are being cultivated all at once A farm with one crop, such as com, may represent producuvity or fertility.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Farm, Farmyard

Care or expression of our natural drives, such as sexuality, parenthood, love of fellowship, the down- to-earth side of self; area in which our animal propensities— territorial fighting, fighting over mate, etc.—are expressed. See farmer under roles. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Farm, Horticultural

A place for cultivating plants for beau- tification of a community environment, a horticultural farm may point to community concerns. You may be creating plans that were inspired by a vision for restoration of the culture through the growth of new ideas.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Farmer

1. Opinions or feelings regarding work.

2. Success in business. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Farmer

A farmer in a dream represents a man of good deeds. His planting, plowing, harvesting or any of the phases of his work represents his deeds. When successful in the dream, it means that his business will succeed in real life. When it indicates business in the dream, it means prosperity and when it suggests one’s deeds, it means repentance.

To see a farmer planting seeds, then when they sprout he recovers them with earth in a dream means that he is ungrateful or irreligious.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Farmer

Feeling easy with sexuality and material world; prac­tical down-to-earth feelings, care of ‘animal’ side of self, earthy wisdom. See farm, farmyard. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Farmer

For city people this usually indicates a longing for a more natural and simpler life, similar to Field, Ear (of corn), Farm. This dream image almost always addresses a person’s productivity (in the widest sense of the word), because the farmer plants in order to reap. What do you have to do so that you can reap.7... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Farmer

Vision: Seeing a young fanner working means you are leading a contented life.

If you are the farmer, it means you are leading a burdensome life; or you have to work hard in order for your old age to be peaceful, however, you, your work, and your goals are on solid ground—promising great success.

Depth Psychology: The farmer in dreams is a symbol for a simple, natural lifestyle you are hoping for.

If you are the farmer: you are a well-grounded person, in rune with the rhythm of life.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Farmer

To dream about being a farmer represents your ability to create things. You may not be working as hard as you can in life. You may have to make a greater effort to achieve the things you want.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Farmer

If you dream of seeing or being a farmer, it symbolizes your work ethic. Are you working hard enough to achieve your fullest potential? This dream may suggest that you need to work harder in order to reap the benefits you desire.... My Dream Interpretation

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Farmer

This profession has special significance because, on one hand, the job consists of extracting the fruits of the earth (with the symbolism that it represents), while on the other, farming adapts to the four seasons of the year —the cosmic order reflected by the calendar. In strict oneiric terms, to dream of issues related to agriculture reflects growth of personality and attitude towards life.

Dreaming of a well-kept and fertile field indicates bliss and joy. Nevertheless, if the field is dry and abandoned, your bliss hangs in the balance because of your carelessness.

In prehistoric agricultural mystique, this figure is anchored to one of the main human rituals: to bury the dead. So, like the seed buried in the ground, they expect the deceased will be back to life in a new form.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Farmer / Cultivator / Peasant

interpreted upon 7 sides: the requesting of a halal sustenance, good, usefulness, sickness, glory, high standing, earning of a halal living.... Islamic Dream - Cafer-i Sadik

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Farmer / Farm

As a result of your hard work, you will reap a fine reward. However, if you dream of a farm that is rundown, it forebodes financial losses.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Farmer / Shepherd / Gardener / Miner

Farmers represent all that is material, practical, down to earth and instinctive.

If you dream of a farm or a farmer, are you focusing on the rewarding side of farming, symbolized by the harvest, or the tough side, such as the slaughtering of animals? Try to decide how your dream applies to your waking life. Are you struggling to survive harsh and difficult times, or reaping the benefits of your hard work? If the person on the farm is specifically a shepherd, this represents being in touch with your instincts. A gardener in your dream is generally a positive symbol that reflects on your aspirations for the future. Dreams of planting seeds suggest the planting of new ideas, and picking fruit the rewards of experience.

If you dream of miners, this suggests a desire to explore the unconscious to discover precious insights.... The Element Encyclopedia

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The Element Encyclopedia

Farming

Cultivating something new in one’s life; see “cultivate”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Dream Dictionary Unlimited

Farming

Symbolic of wisdom and plenty, Prov. 12:11... Christian Dream Symbols

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Christian Dream Symbols

Farmland

(See Estate; Farm)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

House, Buildings

A house nearly always refers to oneself, depicting one’s body and attributes of personality. Thus if we take a large house with its many functional rooms, the library would represent the mind, the bathroom cleansing or renewal of good feelings, the bedrooms one’s sexuality or intimacy, the roof one’s protectiveness or ‘coping mechanisms’. Large pub­lic buildings such as hospitals, factories, blocks of flats, depict particular functions suggested by their nature. But of course, if the house or building has a personal connection—the house you live in, or place you have worked—then you need to define what are the essential feelings about such. Or see dream processing.

If a house or building has a quality of some other type of construction, such as a library feeling like a factory, or a house a church, both aspects should be ac­cepted as important. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Religious Buildings

(Such as a church, mosque or temple) as an environment for us to consider our system of belief, any religious building will suggest a place of sanctuary and refuge and a place where we can be closer to whatever concept we have of the divine or ultimate power. Although we may not consciously adhere to any particular religion, most of us have principles by which we live, which will surface in dreams in recognisable images. Also consult the information about religious buildings in spiritual imagery in the introduction.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Temporary Buildings

Any temporary building, such as a caravan, tent or site office, suggests some degree of impermanence. In a dream, such a structure indicates a transition between two states of being.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile