Meaning of Frigidity Dreams | Dream Interpretation

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It not only represents an actual sexual problem but also reflects a sense of fear, failure, or disappointment that do not have to be related to sexuality. The set of elements of the oneiric scene will provide important clues as to what is creating such unfortunate sensation.

The Big Dictionary of Dreams | Martha Clarke


Frigidity | Dream Meaning

The keywords of this dream: Frigidity

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Ice

Ice, or water in the solid form, is associated with the emotions and the unconsciousness. Dreaming about ice suggests that you may have some emotions or denied psychological issues that are not readily accessible to you. These feelings may be negative.

(I.e. fear and anxiety about death or sexual frigidity [for some people these are one and the same, sorry, just a joke!].) Things that are frozen are generally not usable and they do not change or grow. This dream may be pointing to feelings or thoughts that are inaccessible to you or to that part of you that is inaccessible to others. Superstition based dream interpretation books tell us that sitting on ice in your dreams is a dream of the contrary. It indicates that you may have a life of comfort and prosperity (this is may be silly to some but others like to hear these type of interpretations!)... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Ice

Ice, or water in the solid form, is associated with the emotions and the unconsciousness. It can represent a coldness of character, frigidity, and rigidity. Dirty, murky ice is a bad sign that augers ill feelings between friends, or plots against you from evil-minded persons who are seething with jealousy. Clear ice, especially in chunks or ‘rocks’ could mean the giving or receiving of an engagement ring. Walking on ice that makes you fear is a sign that you are ‘treading on thin ice’ in some aspect of your life and should change this before disaster strikes.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

Igloo

A cold and perhaps unloving home environment. Also the womb; frigidity; a sense of uncaring parental influ­ence. See ice. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Shellfish

Often the defensive shell we use to avoid hurt or sexual or emotional involvement; the female sexual organs. Oyster: also defensive shell, but may link with sexuality through common association; tight lipped; secretive; frigidity. See crab; pearl under jewels. Lacking shell: our naked vulner­ability. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Snow

Depending on feeling reaction to the snow, it can depict emotional coldness or frigidity, pureness, beauty. Ski­ing, winter sports: freedom, relaxation. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Thaw

Change in emotional responses; forgiveness; melting of frigidity or emotional distancing through withdrawal of feelings. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Marble

Steadfastness, luxury, but also toughness (biting into stone).

A sense of beauty, but also a lack of feeling, up to and including frigidity.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Mussel

A female sexual symbol—and not only according to Freud.

A closed mussel means virginity or frigidity.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Virgin

As with all strange women who appear in a man’s dream, this image represents his own feminine side, which in case of a mother complex he is unable to integrate.

In a woman’s dream, it represents her own unknown, often disowned, feminine side. It also reflects a strong connection to the father, egocentricity in love, and possible frigidity. See Defloration.

Something new should be undertaken. Also a warning about an action that cannot be undone.

The action of the virgin in the dream points to unknown characteristics and behaviors of the dreamer.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Igloo

also see Buildings

1- The igloo is interesting as a symbol in dreams. It can equally represent a cold exterior containing a very warm interior, or the coldness of the construction itself.

It can appear as though someone is uncaring and therefore creating an unloving home environment, although in fact there is warmth within that person.

2- The igloo can often represent the feminine and the womb. Sometimes, it represents frigidity, but at other times the ability of a woman to relax and be herself once her barriers have been overcome.

3- The feminine principle, in the sense of sheltering and nurturing, is depicted in the igloo.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Snow

also see Ice

1- Snow is a crystallisation of water, and as such represents the crystallisation of an idea or project. When melting, it can represent the softening of the heart.

2- Psychologically snow in dreams can suggest emotional coldness or frigidity. Because of its use as a slang word, it can also represent drugs.

3- Spiritually it can represent pure- ness, beauty and the melting away of difficulties.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Hunting

(see Animals, Weapons)

A desire for conquest.

For what are you currently hunting, and is it truly something over which you should try 7 to take dominion?

Is the creature used as food, or is it being hunted in sport? If for food, this may be a type of hunger dream, or representative of your need for fulfillment.

If being hunted in sport, the animal may symbolize a coveted object or person that remains elusive.

(see Snow)

A potentially hazardous situation. Watch your footing.

The cooling of emotions or a relationship. Frigidity. Halted movement, feeling frozen and unable to act. Being frozen in ice: A type of death or cage dream.

An icicle: The masculine nature.

Making an ice carving: Chipping away at the walls that disguise the true self. Alternatively, a subliminal wish that the object portrayed (or its symbolic meaning) would either manifest or halt completely.

Hail: This ice falls from the sky and barrages the dreamers landscape, symbolizing a torrent of personal, social, political, or religious dogma that seems to overshadow simple, straightforward faith.... The Language of Dreams

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Snow

(See Clouds, Ice, Rain, Sun, Water)

Cold or distant demeanors that cover up one’s true feelings.

Feeling momentarily halted, frozen, or paralyzed by external forces that will eventually give way.

A temporan,’ barrenness or time of rest that leads to personal growth and refreshment.

Individuality, and asserting that sense of self without remorse or uncertainty. Xote that no two snowflakes are ever alike.

Snowperson: Indifference or frigidity- toward men or women, depending on the gender indicated in the sculpture. Alternatively, trying to mold others into an image that you find pleasing, but one with which they may not be comfortable.

A snow storm represents confusion or the inability- to see things clearly due to external hindrances.... The Language of Dreams

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The Language of Dreams

Freezer

A freezer may mention frozen feelings of fear. Keeping things frozen represents the preservation of your ideas or resources until you are ready to use them. On the other hand, a freezer in your dream may also point to frigidity.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Refrigerator

As an outstanding symbol in a dream, a refrigerator may represent frigidity or fear of sexual intimacy. Going to a refrigerator that is empty may point to feeling unnurtured in your relationship. Your partner may be too cold.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Red

Red is an active, affective color, full of passion and emotion.

It is also the color of blood and fire.

A softer red is also a symbol of love, as well as mercy, brotherly love, and compassion. When intense, red can also indicate hate.

If red flashes through our dreams, our soul is ready for action; it indicates either admiration or suffering.

A “passionately” red dress we put on in a dream is a sign of strong sexual desire. But red can also mean sin, rage, and the devil. Dark red is a symbol of passion, greed, energy, and anger. Light red stands for warmth and affection.

Color Therapy: Red is a good color to use in cases of depression, lack of energy, bladder infection, pale skin, anemia, circulatory problems, impotence, and frigidity.

Depth Psychology: Red can mean luck, joy, happiness, energy, action, but also hate, blood, greed, irritability, temper tantrums, and will power.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Igloo

Gives gender - specific: The igloo can often represent the feminine and the womb in dreams. Sometimes, in a woman’s dream, it represents frigidity, but at other times the ability of a woman to relax and be herself once her barriers have been overcome. In a man’s dream it may represent his own domain or space.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Snow

Psychological / emotional perspective: Psychologically snow in dreams can suggest emotional coldness or frigidity. When snow is lying on the ground it can symbolize a protective covering. When blowing around its interpretation is similar to that of rain.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Paralysis

Generally, this dis- ability in a dream, whether your own or someone else’s, suggests an emo- tional conflict cm* sexual in- hibition.

If the paralysis was total, it is likely that you are fighting your con- science over something you want to do and feel you shouldn’t; if the paralysis was only partial, it indi- cates a fear of frigidity, impotence, or latent homo- sexuality. Alternatively this dream could arise from a repressed desire for free- dom from responsibility or from an organic malfunc- tion. In any case, medical or psychological advice would be beneficial.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Ice

(see also Cold)

(1) As water may symbolize emotion, so ice may symbolize ‘frozen’ emotion, emotion paralysed by fear or guilt.

(2) Ice may be a symbol of sexual frigidity.

In either case, melt the ice by warmly embracing the repressed feelings.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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Mermaid

(1) For a woman, it might express doubts about her femininity, or fears of (sexual) frigidity. In such a case, it may be that your partner is not right for you.

(2) In a man’s dream it might represent an idealized image of women (which may inhibit relations with actual women). Are you frightened of sex?

(3) For a man, it might represent the siren, which might actually symbolize the anima as the part of the psyche that will take you - safely - into the depths of your unconscious, and thereby heighten your self- knowledge.

(4) It may also, for a man, express fears of being ‘drowned’ by the feminine or by the unconscious. See also Seduction, and Introduction, page 49.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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North

(see also Cold, Ice) May symbolize evil, or frigidity.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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Eating

The dreams in which you ingest food have often a purely physiological origin (simply, you are hungry). However, these images can also be representing your “hunger” in intellectual, emotional, and professional matters. So, if you eat something you dislike it means your current situation displeases you in any of the stated elements. You only remain on it, solely and exclusively, because you are unable to propose new alternatives.

If you dream you swallow something you dislike without chewing it first, it indicates you do not want to face an unpleasant issue. In contrast, a food binge warns you against a saturation (physical or mental) so you should enhance communication with others. To Freud, the mouth was a primary erogenous zone. The dreams in which you eat, therefore, are closely related to sexuality. A food binge, in this regard, denotes that you are too lenient in the sexual arena. Starving, however, denotes the denial of your sexual needs.

If the dream’s atmosphere is pleasant it reflects intimacy with others and good relations. Otherwise, it relates to the frigidity and the poor condition of your social contacts.

Usually, it warns against a dispute or economic loss. Eating salt or lard means you will be the subject of a heated argument.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Fish

By proximity to the sea, many cultures have considered fish to be sacred. In fact, in Asian rites, fish were worshiped; and priests, for this reason, were forbidden from eating fish. Given that fish inhabit the depths, they are also located at the unconscious level and their interpretation is associated with WATER. Therefore, when they emerge at the surface, they come to consciousness as a warning sign or to remind you of hidden emotions or past experiences. To dream that you try to catch a fish with your hands and it escapes expresses frustration and disappointment. Fish represent everything you want to hold on to, that turns out to be slippery. In addition, they are indicative of states of loneliness and isolation. To see fish inside of a fishbowl denotes a longing for freedom. The dreamer may feel emotionally withdrawn and their dream reveals a repressed desire for release. The Freudian school links fish exclusively to sexuality and associates it with the phallus. However, the cold blood that characterizes the fish seems to contradict this symbolism, attributing connotations of frigidity or impotence. Finally, we must not forget the connection between fish and fertility. This dream may announce that you are experiencing a period of personal growth. Fish oppose the material and mundane point of view of everyday life.

The fish symbolizes Christ. In many other religions, the fish has also served

to represent their gods. They are the spiritual abundance that feeds everyone. The dream may be highlighting all these qualities in you.

Fish hook It is a clear symbol of disappointment, betrayal, and deception.

Fisherman The figure of the fisherman is associated with preaching and ministry. But, the fisherman is also one who draws elements from the deep, that is to say, the unconscious. In this sense, the figure of the fisherman can be a great help on the road to self knowledge. You should pay attention to the elements that he pulls from the bottom of yourself and what they symbolize.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Flag

An important feature of flags is they are placed on top of a pole or mast. This elevation symbolizes the exaltation of victory and self-assertion of a community. For these reasons, in dreams, a waving flag suggests you need encouragement to move forward, a backup that provides safety.

If you are carrying this flag to the top of a mountain it means that you will soon attain your goals. But if you lose it or it is stolen from you, you could lose the position you hold. It also has a sexual interpretation due to phallic connotation of the mast; If the flag hangs loose from the top of the mast, it may be a strong symbol of sexual unconfidence, impotence, or frigidity.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Hydrangea

This flower is a symbol that tends to denote frigidity.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Iceland

Iceland lies in the North Atlantic Ocean east of Greenland and just touches the Arctic Circle. It is one of the most volcanic regions in the world. Much of the country is covered by snowfields and glaciers, and most of the people live in the small part of the island that is made up of fertile coastland. The Gulf Stream keeps Iceland’s climate milder than one would expect from an island near the Arctic Circle. In dreams, it can refer to largeness of character, selfreliance and fortitude. It may also refer to emotional frigidity that needs to be thawed or, because Iceland is volcanic, hidden passions lurking beneath a calm or cool exterior.... The Element Encyclopedia

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The Element Encyclopedia

Hot And Cold

Unless your bedroom is very hot or cold or you have too many or too few bedclothes, perceptions of being or feeling hot or cold in a dream are associated with your emotions. For instance, a refrigerator, freezer or cooler in your dream may indicate emotional coldness or even sexual frigidity in waking life; if you subsequently have dreams of thawing out or defrosting, this indicates that your feelings are changing and your attitudes and emotions are becoming more relaxed. You may even have put something on ice in waking life and feel you can’t make any more progress with it.

On the other hand, feelings of heat or warmth suggest passion for something in your waking life, or feelings of a sexual or loving nature towards someone. Remember, too, that heat is associated with fire and ice is associated with water. Dreams of a romantic sunrise or sunset may contain elements of wish-fulfillment, but they may also suggest feelings of inner optimism if it is a sunrise, and inner contentment with a sense of finality if it is a sunset.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Deformity / Dismemberment / Paralysis

A dream in which you find yourself deformed in some way is most likely a selfcritical dream; its interpretation will depend upon what body part or body parts are disfigured.

If you find yourself deformed in your dream, in what way do you feel disabled or frightening to others in waking life? Or have you been crippled by an emotional situation and been unable to do anything about it? Has someone in waking life hurt you? A dream of someone else’s deformity may be symbolic of a deformed part of yourself, but it might also be showing you some distasteful part of another person’s personality of which you were previously unaware. A person with a deformity in your dream may represent the trickster archetype mocking your own pretensions, although for Freud it represented a fear of male impotence, and for Jung it was a symbol of the devouring mother. A limp can be a warning from the unconscious of those dangers of pride and ambition that bring humiliation rather than success upon the dreamer.

If you are using crutches in your dream, are you relying on crutches, such as alcohol, nicotine or controlled drugs, in waking life?

Very often dreams of paralysis and numbness may be induced by the dreamer’s arm or leg going to sleep as the result of a trapped nerve.

If this is not the case, dreams of being unable to move (as if rooted to the spot) may be equating paralysis with frigidity; in waking life, the dreamer might suffer from fears of sexual intimacy. Your dream may also be referring to an area of your life in which things have stagnated or not progressed as they should have. This will usually be an emotional paralysis or a feeling of helplessness in a particular situation in your life. For example, you may be caught between a spouse and a lover, or between two possible courses of action. Dismemberment of your body in a dream suggests feelings of powerlessness in waking life. Is some situation tearing you apart or do you need to take your feelings apart?... The Element Encyclopedia

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