Getting Sindoor Of Devi From Pandit Of Temple | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Getting Sindoor Devi Pandit Temple

Anti-theft Device

Holding on to your old paths.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Christian Temple

(See Church; Temple)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Church, Chapel, Temple

Example: ‘It was like an English church with several great spires.

The whole building seemed to be built in a white and gold design.

The gold pans shim­mered in the sun. I gazed at this wonderful sight for some time and felt such a wonderful feeling of upliftment, my tired­ness gone’ (Johan E). As in the example, the powerfully re­generative side of our inner life or feelings; the world of expe­rience we have created inwardly by our thoughts, meditation, actions; our sense of contact with life itself. Also the moral rules we make decisions from (such rules may not be ‘Chris­tian’ if they kill much of our inner life); moral authority, our relationship with the community. Occasionally baptism, mar­riage, death, the mother or refuge.

Walking past church: not entering into contact with the best in us—or our anger towards dogma. Example: The priest was going to question and assault my friend in connection with some opinion he had offended the church with. I went to stand near him to give him moral suppon, and physical help if necessary. I hated seeing anybody degraded.

The priest saw my move and sent three thug type men to shoulder me out. They surrounded me to knock me down. I went beserk and knocked them all over the place with kicks and punches’ (John P). In the example John sees the dogmas of the Church as an assault and degradation of human qualities of love and moral suppon. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Connecting Devices (staples, Paperclips, Etc.)

(see Knots, Ties)

Security and safety. Tying up loose ends and knowing that everything is in its place. Connections and networks. Maintaining those ties you perceive as important. Relationships. Binding yourself to someone or something (e.g., the “ties that bind”).

Note that if the connecting device is being taken off” or opened, the above symbolism is reversed.... The Language of Dreams

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Contraceptive Device

(See Birth control)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Daredevil

(Also see Daring)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Daredevil

Dreaming of a daredevil implies that you may be allowing yourself to be unduly influenced and ultimately suppressed by another’s views.

To dream of yourself as the daredevil may be showing you that you are leaping into a situation before you have thought it through. Speaking to a daredevil within a dream suggests that heightened awareness is called for to keep you in balance.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Demon / Devil

Dreams of demons are not always dreams of evil, or even symbols of torment. Devils can, for example, represent intelligence, cunning (“devilishly clever!”), and even sexuality (“You devil, you”). These traditional representatives of the dark side often symbolize the unconscious, especially one’s shadow self.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Devil

For farmers to dream of the devil, denotes blasted crops and death among stock, also family sickness. Sporting people should heed this dream as a warning to be careful of their affairs, as they are likely to venture beyond the laws of their State.

For a preacher, this dream is undeniable proof that he is over-zealous, and should forebear worshiping God by tongue-lashing his neighbor.

To dream of the devil as being a large, imposingly dressed person, wearing many sparkling jewels on his body and hands, trying to persuade you to enter his abode, warns you that unscrupulous persons are seeking your ruin by the most ingenious flattery. Young and innocent women, should seek the stronghold of friends after this dream, and avoid strange attentions, especially from married men. Women of low character, are likely to be robbed of jewels and money by seeming strangers. Beware of associating with the devil, even in dreams. He is always the forerunner of despair.

If you dream of being pursued by his majesty, you will fall into snares set for you by enemies in the guise of friends.

To a lover, this denotes that he will be won away from his allegiance by a wanton. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Devil

See “demon”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Devil

1. Wealth and good fortune.

2. Portions of personality— usually negative or mischievous, sometimes sexual.

3. Falseness, deception, sometimes self-deception (as in the “devil assumes a pleasing shape”).

4. Repressed guilt. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Devil

Dreaming of the devil is symbolic of demonic activity and evil within your life or coming under attack, James 4:7 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Devil

Dreaming about devils and demons is usually very frightening and you may awake from fear.

The devil does not generally represent something outside of yourself. It usually symbolizes the most negative and least developed part of you. It may be that part of you that is ignorant and destructive. You can determine the meaning and message in your dream by looking at all of the details carefully. All dreams are good dreams in that they bring unconscious materials to the conscious mind. Only then can you begin to effectively cope with the more unpleasant sides of your personality. Carl Jung called this negative side the “shadow.” The devils in your dreams could be representations of your personal shadow or they could be a glance at the collective shadow. See also: Satan ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Devil

The worst possible dream (Gypsy). ... The Fabric of Dream

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Devil

Usually repressed natural drives, particularly sexual feeling—one can express physical sex, yet still repress sexual longing and connected emotions of tenderness.

It is what is unlived in us, and devil is lived spelt backwards. Any code of conduct, whether accepted from parents or peers, leaves as­pects of our total self unlived.

The struggle with paternal au­thority or power within oneself is often represented as the devil.

If we change our code of conduct, we may meet the devil because we release the previously unlived area of self. As Pan: the same, except that Pan represents losing oneself to the natural urges. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Devil

See evil; aboriginal. See also active/passive. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Devil

Usually an indication that the shadow needs to be better integrated in the Self, or a reference to a onesided intellectual attitude like Mephistopheles’ in Faust.

A black devil represents darkness and death; a red devil is the messenger of light and passion, who is keeping close company with the wild.

A green devil represents nature, which usually appears in the form of a snake, cat, or goat (all are symbols for the Devil).

The Devil symbolizes the animal nature of human beings and their connection to the earth.

Like Ahriman (an ancient Persian version), the Devil is the antagonist of light, descended from the heavens in the form of a snake. In Hebrew he is Satan, representing the picture of evil lust; in the New Testament he is the antagonist of the church, embodying the absence of God among peoples. According to Irenaeus, a 3rd century Greek priest, the Devil is really an angel who has fallen because of his arrogance. As Lucifer (who brings light), the Devil is considered a creature of light. In Dante’s Divine Comedy, Lucifer has three heads, lives in the darkest parts of the earth, and is the opposite of the Holy Trinity. In the eyes of Christianity, almost all gods of native tribes were considered devils. In that sense the Devil also symbolizes everything that is natural, original, and has the spark of light.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Devil

also see Fiend

1- In previous times, the figure of the Devil was one to be feared and hated. As the wilder, more Pagan side of ourselves the conventional figure with horns and a tale will often appear in dreams.

It is almost as though it has been given ‘life’ by the way that people concentrate on it. Once it is understood as something to be confronted. as something belonging to all of us, the Devil loses it potency.

2- As a personification of the evil side of ourselves, we often need to have an object to confront. In dreams, as in fantasies, the Devil allows us to do this.

If we fear our own wrongdoing, that fear can also manifest as the Devil.

3- fhe Devil is the personification of Evil, or Lucifer.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Devil

A devil (Beng is the Romani word) appearing in your dreams is an indication that your fnends are insincere.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Devil

To dream that one has seen the devil, and thai he is tormented, or otherwise much terrified, signifies that the dreamer is in danger of being checked and punished by his sovereign prince, or some magistrate. And quite contrarily, ii he dreams he strikes the devil, or some person he believes to be possessed, and fancies he overcomes him, it is a sign he that dreams thus shall overcome his enemies with glory and satisfaction.

If any dream that he sees the devil, it is a very bad sign, for such a vision cannot bring along with it any good tidings to the sick it foretells death, and to the healthful it signifies melancholy, anger, tumults and violent sickness.

If any dream the devil speaks to H^n, it signifies temptation, deceit, treachery, despair, and sometimes the ruin and death of him that dreams.

To dream that one is carried away by the devil, is a worse dream; and yet no dream delights the dreamer so much as this, for being awakened he is ravished with joy that he is freed from so great an evil; for which he ought to return thanks to God, and beg of him that he would be pleased to send him his good angel to guard him, and fight against that wicked spirit which stands always sentinel to surprise us.

To dream you see the devil as he is drawn by painters! and poets, viz. black and hideous, with homsT claws, and a great tail, signifies torment and despair- To dream you see yourself with the devil, signifies gain.... The Complete Dream Book

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Devil

Symbol: The devil is a symbol of confusion, darkness, and death. Vision: Seeing the devil: you are either too preoccupied with negative thoughts or someone around you has a diabolical influence on you that is threatening your serenity. You are faced with temptations that could have serious consequences. Don’t give in—even if your own weaknesses make it hard for you to resist.

Depth Psychology: Satan is a symbol of a purely egotistical side of your unconscious, or of your fears, passions, rages, or hates. These energies always lead to internal and/or external conflicts and need to be redirected—the sooner the better.

If Satan appears in your dreams: while you reject some of these feelings, they are, nevertheless, reflected in what you do and how you behave (which you usually regret afterward). See Demon.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Devil

To dream about the devil suggests poor aspects of yourself. It could also represent a guilty conscience that you have been carrying around with you. You should release these emotions. Also, the devil can symbolize mental acuity, deceit, and astuteness.

To dream that you have defeated the devil indicates that you will overcome your adversaries.

To dream that you talk to the devil suggests that you will endure urges that are difficult to overcome.

To dream that you are friendly with the devil indicates that you could be enticed to perform an act or something that you would rather not do. You could be working through moral troubles.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Devil

The devil as a symbol represents evil in all its forms.

If you dreamed of the devil surrounded by instruments of punishment, or actually punishing you, then the dream is telling you that the time has come to clear your mind and your conscious of the guilty secret you are holding onto.

If you successfully fought him off, then you will short circuit those who mean you ill, and if he spoke to you, you are in for great temptations which you will find hard to resist.

If you and the devil were friendly, or congenial, then it is time to have a complete medical workup done.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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Encyclopedia of Dreams

Devil

It is a very bad dream if you imagine you see Satan, but the outcome will depend upon the circumstances. Whatever happens, however, it means a long struggle.... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book

Devil

Dreams of the devil symbolize that you are grappling with temptation to do something you deem morally wrong versus what your conscience knows to be right for you. This can also be a venting dream that is assisting you in releasing feelings of separation and a lack of trust in the higher good of this universe. See Shadow Integration Dreams.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Strangest Dream Explanations

Devil

It is high time for you to mend yourself. Great evil may come to you. You must pursue virtue. ... Indian Interpretation of Dreams

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Indian Interpretation of Dreams

Devil

The devil tends to be seen as the personification of evil, or lucifer, who, incidentally, was originally supposed to bring enlightenment to the world. It does need to be borne in mind, however, that the devil also represents the ego, or part of us that refuses to ‘return to the light’.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Devil

Psychological / emotional perspective: In order to deal with the out-of-control side of ourselves, we often need to have an object or image to confront. In dreams, as in fantasies, the devil allows us to do this.

If we fear our own wrongdoing, that fear can also manifest as the devil.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Devil

Material aspects: In previous times, the figure of the devil was one to be feared and hated. Our wilder, more instinctive side will often appear in dreams as the conventional figure with horns and a tail. Once it is understood as something to be confronted, as something belonging to all of us, the devil loses its potency.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Devil

Gives gender - specific: The devil as satan used to appear with some frequency in both men’s and women’s dreams. Now the image is more likely to be that of one of the nature gods such as pan, and represents basic instincts and urges.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Devil

The circumstances in the dream are very important.

If you see the Devil in his usual context - in a pit full of fire, surrounded by demons - then you’d better ask yourself what guilty secret you’re hiding and how it applies to your present circumstances.

If the Devil speaks to you and seems friendly, then you’re going to be faced with a temptation that will prove difficult to resist.

If you fight him, you’ll resist that temptation.

If you see the Devil with someone you know, that person may be trying to manipulate you to serve his own ends.... Dream Explanations of Astro Center

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Dream Explanations of Astro Center

Devil

To see the devil in your dream, signifies negative aspects of yourself. It may also indicate feelings of guilt that you have been harboring.

It is time to release these feelings. Alternatively, the devil may represent intelligence, cunningness, deception, and cleverness. Other meanings of devil dreams: To dream that you fought off the devil, symbolizes that you will succeed in defeating your enemies.

To dream that the devil talks to you, signifies that you will find some temptations hard to resist even though you know it is not in your best interest.

To dream that you and the devils were in friendly terms, suggests that you may be seduced and tempted into doing something you do not want to do. You may be dealing with issues of morality.

To dream of selling your soul to the devil, means you are in danger of sacrificing yourself for a useless purpose or a person who doesn’t deserve it. Don’t let this happen, or you will lose your self-respect and become unpleasant to others.... My Dream Interpretation

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My Dream Interpretation

Devil

The devil appearing in dreams has the same meaning of evil as in walling hours.

To see the devil indicates susceptibility to flattery and temptation.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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Psycho Dream Interpretation

Devil

The meaning of this symbol of evil depends greatly on the details.

If you dreamed of him surrounded by his traditional instruments of punishment, you’d better get some professional advice concerning the guilty secret you’re hiding.

If your dream involved fighting him off, you will outwit those who are trying to harm you; if he spoke to you, it signifies a great temptation you will find difficult to resist; and if your dream meeting with him was congenial, you would be well advised to have a medical checkup.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Devil

(1) The Satan of Jewish-Christian-Islamic tradition was originally a homed fertility god, a personification of the fertilizing power of Nature. In psychological terms, a fertilizing agent is something within the psyche that can inaugurate a new phase in the individual’s development.

(2) The evil connotations of the devil figure may reflea the dreamer’s fear of those repressed contents of the unconscious that are, in fact, the very forces that - if mobilized and utilized - could bestow new and fuller life. What we repress is invariably something that had great value for us but on some occasion in the past gave rise to guilt-feelings or a fear of punishment.

It is our fears that invest the unconscious with the fearsome characteristics of a dark underworld inhabited by evil monsters. In reality, the unconscious contains all the energy and wisdom we need for healing and wholeness.

It might be said that our fundamental human task is the conversion of the devil within ourselves, that is, converting negatively charged (dissident, destructive) psychic forces into positively charged (life enhancing and unifying) powers. Bur you won’t convert the devil with brute force, only with love. The negatively charged psychic forces are the ones you neglect and despise or fear. They become positively charged when you acknowledge them and integrate them into vour conscious life.

If we do not recognize the ‘devil’ within ourselves, we shall project him on to others and thereby give more scope for hatred and destruction (the real devil!) in the world. See also Evil.

(3) In certain contexts - if, for example, he has horns or is sexually involved with naked women - the devil may be a sexual symbol.

If sexuality is represented in such a guise in a woman’s dream, it is possibly because she has a fear of sexual relations. In a man’s dream the indication might be that he has a guilt-ridden attitude towards his own sexuality (which Freud might trace back to anxiety’ arising out of the normal male infant’s erotic feelings for his mother).... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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Devil

Lower, ignorant side of self that tempts you not to accept self-responsibility, to blame others, procrastinate, dwell in negative thoughts and actions.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Devil

See DEMON... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Devil

Most people will fall into two categories regarding the Devil: the religious and the non-believers. There is a third category of people who don’t necessarily believe in the Devil, but were raised in an environment that embedded certain beliefs that they may have consciously rejected but that still have great power in the unconscious mind.

The first and foremost quality of the Devil is temptation.

The ultimate motivation for the temptation is for ownership of a person’s soul. In the world of psychology and dream work, the soul is akin to your spiritual nature and the totality of your experience as a human being.

The presence of God and the Devil in our world offers each of us a choice:

With whom will you align yourself and on what will you base your life choices? Your higher nature, through the choice of love, or your lower nature, through the choice of fear? The presence of the Devil in a dream indicates that a powerful degree of fear is being expressed. Bondage is another important element associated with the Devil.

The contract he offers is permanent, with severe consequences. In symbolic terms, the Devil could illuminate areas in your life where you feel you have sold out. Look for situations in which you feel stuck for reasons of obligation, financial insecurity, or outmoded satisfaction. Often we make choices that initially provide us with something we desire, only to discover that we pay a price we hadn’t counted on. Real soul-searching may be called for when the Devil appears in a dream. What thoughts or old ways of being must be cast aside for your greater good? From a lighter perspective, what devil-may-care attitude might be inviting you to discover that which your inner critic won’t give you permission to explore? The phrase “the devil made me do it” can be either a misguided excuse for bad choices or a call toward letting go of judgment.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Devil

Dreaming of a devil or any other personification of evil such as an imp or a demon does not mean that you are heading for eternal damnation. In most cases, such images are simply a warning that you may be succumbing to temptation or heading down a path that will lead to unhappiness. Your conscience may be making a timely appearance, asking you whether there is some wrong you need to right in real life. The devil may also refer to your shadow or to repressed sexual drives that need your attention. Alternatively, devil dreams may be warning about a danger that lurks outside you rather than within. Is there someone in your waking life who does not have your best interests at heart?

Finally, if spirituality is neglected in your waking life, it may reappear in its negative or terrifying forms, such as the devil, demons or the vengeful gods of the Hindu faith.... The Element Encyclopedia

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The Element Encyclopedia

Devil / Demon

(see Evil, Hell)... The Language of Dreams

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The Language of Dreams

Devin

Divinely inspired... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Dust Devil

Symbolic of small or manageable troubles... Christian Dream Symbols

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Christian Dream Symbols

Forgetting

(Inadvertence; Distraction) Forgetting something in a dream means worries, trouble, misplacing things or heedlessness.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Forgetting

If you dream that you keep forgetting something, it is a warning that you may have forgotten something, an appointment or a date, that is important enough to your life to merit the intercession of your subconscious mind. This is serious enough to warrant your immediate attention.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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Forgetting

If you dream that you keep forgetting something, it is a warning that you may have forgotten something, an appointment or a date, that is important enough to your life to merit the intercession of your subconscious mind. This is serious enough to warrant your immediate attention.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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Encyclopedia of Dreams

Forgetting

Dreams of forgetting where you live or where you’ve left something important often relates to waking stress.

• Your sense of responsibility is overwhelmed and you feel you’re in danger of forgetting something important in your waking life. You may feel you’re not up to the job you’ve been given to do.

• It can also symbolise an unconscious desire to leave something behind e.g. you forget where you live because you don’t want to go home.... The Premier in Dream Dictionary

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Getting Fat

Although apparently this dream has negative connotations, dreaming of getting disproportionately fat can mean that you feel strong enough to undertake major projects. Dreams of this type may also reflect a misdirected intimate impulse or an attraction or repulsion unconsciously accepted. On the other hand, it can also reflect the dreamer’s fear of gaining weight.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Getting Lost

(See Lost; Wandering)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Getting Lost

Refers to the search for a proper solution in situations that are causing you great confusion. See Odyssey, Detour.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Getting Lost

Vision: Searching, wandering aimlessly, or getting lost symbolizes your present emotional state. You are looking for the right path—in matters of love as well as in other situations. Have you made a decision to go either Left or Right? Getting lost in the Fog or Darkness means you are ignoring the sympathy offered by a valuable person. Getting lost in the woods: See Forest.

Depth Psychology: You have maneuvered yourself into a difficult situation because you are on the wrong track or were led astray. Find a solution—quickly!... Dreamers Dictionary

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Getting Lost

Dreams of being lost highlight where you feel confused or lacking in direction in life. Exploring the dream scenario will help you understand the exact nature of the confusion or conflict.

• Sometimes dreams of being lost can relate to changes in your life that you’ve not yet adjusted to or acknowledged to yourself e.g. an unwanted divorce.

• Have you lost your way? Are you lacking in purpose and direction? Facing the confusion and getting help to clarify your options should get you back on track.... The Premier in Dream Dictionary

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Getting Married

(See Grave)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Getting Run Over

Vision: Being run over: in a man’s dream, fear of being pushed into a passive role in a sexual relationship.

The dream may also mean getting out of an unpleasant situation in good shape, but don’t “run over” other people and expect that they will accept your plan or idea. Running over somebody with your car: your carelessness will cost you money.

Depth Psychology: Dreaming about being run over by a train, ear, or machine: you have maneuvered yourself into a situation that vou can’t handle.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Getting Up

This is a very positive dream that manifests dynamism and activity.

It reveals your desire to get moving after a state of rest. The intention of activity, the start of projects with renewed vigor. To get up after a fall signifies the strength to want to move forward despite difficulties.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Getting Weaker / Getting Stronger

Are you weak in your dreams or so strong you can manage any physical feat required of you? If you are feeling weak, a medical check-up might be required, but it could also suggest that you feel somehow less than perfect in waking life and unable to accomplish what is required of you. Dreams in which you simply can’t keep up with the action or are outrun by the bogey man are experienced more frequently as you age, and may well be your dreaming mind’s way of helping you adjust to the natural aging process.

If your dreams often feature themes of illness or loss of strength and you are concerned by these, see your doctor by all means; the chances are, however, that you feel unable to meet some internal or external commands in waking life. In your dreams, your unmet goals and high standards are making you ill. But dreams in which you have boundless energy and physical power seem to be telling you that you are capable of far more than you realize. In some cases, as with people who are seriously ill or disabled, dreams of extraordinary energy and good health are compensatory or wish- fulfillment dreams.

If, in your dream, you are weak because you have lost weight, this can suggest concern about body image but it can also indicate possessive, demanding behavior from the people in your life. Conversely, gaining weight and strength may show an excessive need for their approval and a childish need for instant gratification. Finally, if other people are watching either your feats of strength or growing weakness in your dream, this suggests that you are preoccupied with themes of competition. Who or what are you trying to compete with, surpass or vanquish?... The Element Encyclopedia

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Giving Up / Getting Out

Fleeing or approaching something, as in Emigration. Not wanting to be part of something anymore or not wanting to be doing something in a particular way. What’s important is what you want to exit from, and what your feelings are.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Tasmanian Devil

As the whirlwind of destructive intention, this cartoon character represents a mischievous, angry, devilish aspect of the personality that may need to be embraced or tamed. This devil also bnngs comedy to our angry moments and may summon you to look at the destructive aspects of your personality.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Temple

A place of worship; one’s body, see “landlord “ and “church”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Temple

1. Inner state, especially spiritual.

2. A need for discretion; avoid gossip. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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New American Dream Dictionary

Temple

(Altar; Retreat; Sanctuary) Temples, sanctuaries or retreats in a dream represent security, peace, finding a shelter away from fear, and victory over one’s enemy.

A temple in a dream also represents children, weddings, benefits, profits, prudence, or having reservations about one’s dealings with others.

A Christian temple in a dream represents the clergyman who officiates the masses, or it could represent the recital of Psalms or Gospels therein, and it may denote offerings.

(Also see Church; Hermitage; Retreat)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Temple

A temple can be symbolic of a pagan deity or the temple of God, Ps. 27:4... Christian Dream Symbols

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Temple

You see or enter a grand temple: your life is to be blessed with healing, joy and renewal; • A statue moves when you enter a temple: heavenly blessings are bestowed on you... Chine Dream Interpretation

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Temple

A temple, like a church, can exemplify the religious feelings or beliefs of the dreamer.

For some dreamers, the image of a temple may denote the temple of the soul, the dreamer’s self.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Temple

See Church.... The Fabric of Dream

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Temple

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

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Temple

One of the luckiest symbols, meaning completeness, zest for life, getting ahead, and always finding your way to the center of things.

The temple is also a symbol for Mother, and in that case is usually an idealization of mother. See Priest.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Temple

also sec Church Buildings

1- Often in dreams a temple can signify our own body.

It is something to be treated with reverence and care. It has the same significance as a church since it is an object built to honour and pay respect to a god or gods.

2- Psychologically, wherever there is a temple there is a sense of awe associated with creativity. Perhaps the biggest significance in dreams is the fact that it takes many to build one temple. This links with our awareness of Lhe many facets of our personality which go to make a coherent whole.

3- Both as a sanctuary for human beings and as a place where the Divine resides, a temple reflects the bcautv of Heaven.

It is a microcosm (small picture) of what is, after all, infinite.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Temple

(see Church, Holy Ground, Monastay, Sanctaaiy)

Temples have connections with ancient ideas, history, sacred beliefs, and rituals. While similar in meaning to a church, the theme indicated by a temple is not one linked to Christian ideals. What type of temple appears in your dream? A Japanese shrine, for example, has strong ties with Buddhist teachings regarding proper speech and action.

A Grecian temple, on the other hand, might relate to the development of oracular senses.

According to both Edgar Cayce and Carl Jung, this building, like other structures, may be an emblem for your body. Take special notice of the condition of each portion of the building for more interpretive information on your physical condition.

Esoterically, this edifice represents a personal astral temple, a place of safety, and learning on a higher plane.

The Templars, older Masonic mysteries, and other similar teachings tell of developing or finding such a place through meditation.... The Language of Dreams

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The Language of Dreams

Temple

The appearance of a temple may reflect concerns about worshiping God.

A temple is a sacred spiritual space where you may receive spiritual insights and revelations and solidify your spiritual connection. It may refer to the need to pray or the desire to be close to God.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Temple

Vision: The temple is a place of refuge, a reminder that there is another (invisible) side to life besides the external, everyday world!

Depth Psychology: The temple is your body, the place where spirit and soul reside.

The appearance of the temple will tell you how important you think your body, your soul, and your spirit are to you. See House.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Dreamers Dictionary

Temple

To dream about a temple symbolizes your metaphysical nature. It also represents how you care for your corporeal being.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Dream Symbols and Analysis

Temple

A foreign Temple is a portent of curious experiences to be yours before long. Discretion will bring you a big reward.... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book

Temple

Dreams of a temple represent that you are connecting with the place within you where heaven and earth align. You are recognizing the inherent sacredness of your body and your body of affairs. See Church.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Strangest Dream Explanations

Temple

Consult the individual entry, religious buildings above and also spiritual imagery in the introduction.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Temple

Both as a sanctuary for human beings and as a place where the divine resides, a temple reflects the beauty of heaven.

It is a microcosm (small picture) of what is, after all, infinite.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Temple

Psychological / emotional perspective: Psychologically, wherever there is a temple there is a sense of awe associated with creativity. Perhaps the biggest significance in dreams is the fact that it takes many to build one temple. This links with our awareness of the many facets of our personality that go to make a coherent whole.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Temple

Material aspects: Often in dreams a temple can signify our own body.

It is something to be treated with reverence and care. It has the same significance as a church since it is an object built to honour and pay respect to a god or gods. Also consult the information for religious buildings in buildings and in spiritual imagery in the introduction.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Temple

To dream about a temple represents a need to be appreciated by those you love.... My Dream Interpretation

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My Dream Interpretation

Temple

Inner temple. See Church.... The Dream Books Symbols

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The Dream Books Symbols

Temple

The temple symbolizes the sacred, everything that is out of your power, and generally, seeing a temple in dreams foretells tragedies in the short term. For people in love, it is a sign that if you marry, your marriage will be short and miserable.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Temple

You are dreaming of connecting to your spiritual nature in a more conventional way. Churches, temples, and mosques are the center of spiritual life for any community. Just like a house in a dream, any building can be interpreted as representing one’s current sense of self. In this way, any place of worship ultimately points to your relationship with spirituality and religion. Because this element of life can be particularly controversial, it is very important that you make a clear distinction between the universal meaning of a temple as connecting to matters of spirituality and whatever personal feelings you harbor about organized religion.

If a temple is not your typical house of worship, your dream may be asking you to consider the similarities and not the differences between different sets of religious dogma.

(See Church, Mosque.)... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Temples

(anat.) In a dream, one’s temples represent two noble and blessed sons. Anything that affects them in the dream will affect one’s sons. Temples in a dream also could mean recovering from an illness.

If one is suffering from a migraine headache sees his temples turn into iron in a dream, it means that he will find a cure for his illness. One’s temples in a dream also may be interpreted as money. Plucking out the facial hair from someone’s temples in a dream means borrowing moneyfrom him, and the lender will take pride in lendinghim money.

If a rich person sees himself plucking out his facial hair in a dream, it means that he may lose his wealth.

If a poor person sees that dream, it means that he will repay his debts.

(Also see Body’)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

The Temples , Cheeks And Jaws

They symbolise his method of earning his livelihood.

If they are sound his livelihood will be earned without difficulty.

If they are defective then it will be earned with much difficulty.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Tracking / Tracking Device

To dream that you are tracking something or someone, suggests that you need to get in touch with some aspect of yourself.

The dream may be a metaphor for some goal, person, or values which you have lost track of.

To dream that you are being tracked, indicates that you need to be more careful and stand up for yourself. You need to be on your guard and become more defensive.... My Dream Interpretation

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My Dream Interpretation