To dream that you do good signifies jollity and pleasure, and to dream that others do good to you means profit and gain.
Dreams of feeling good or of doing a good job are about balance, harmony, and being in sync with your destiny.
To dream that we do good to anyone, signifies jollity and pleasure; and to dream that others do us good, is profit and gain.
Considering a person or their actions to be good can represent: Recognizing or admiring their positive attributes.
Feeling good will toward the person.
The idea that the person meets your own standards or they’re doing what you want them to do.
Comparing them to others or yourself (good vs.
bad, better vs.
Aspiring or relating to their qualities you consider to be good.
An event you consider to be good can represent something (real or imagined) that you consider desirable; a wish for a particular experience in your life.
For more clues, consider the context of the event and the experience it provided you in the dream (or that you think it would in real life).
See also: Liking; Respecting; Superior; Approval; Right or Wrong; Obeying; Luck; Expensive
Buddhism, far more than Christianity or Islam, has a very strong pacifist element. The orientation toward non-violence has played a significant role in the political history of Buddhist countries. In dreams, the Buddha characterizes the highest spiritual attainment; enlightenment and the true wisdom that accompanies it. The Dalai Lama is head of the dominant Dge-lugs-pa order of Tibetan Buddhists and, until 1959, both spiritual and temporal ruler of Tibet. In 1989 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in recognition of his non-violent campaign to end Chinese domination of Tibet. In dreams, a meeting with the Dalai Lama suggests a message of justice, peace and inner strength.
In dreams, Jesus Christ symbolizes love, a high spiritual messenger or someone who sacrifices everything for a goal, whilst Mother Teresa is the archetypal mother figure who characterizes selfless love, compassion and giving aid. Once Mother Teresa was asked how she could continue visiting the terminally ill, day after day after day, feeding them, wiping their brows, giving them comfort as they lay dying. She said, ‘It’s not hard, because in each one I see the face of Christ in one of His more distressing disguises.’ Abraham Lincoln paved the way to freeing the slaves from oppression, and so in dreams he represents integrity and things of which you should be proud.
Martin Luther King was an American clergyman, Nobel Prize winner, a prominent advocate of non-violent protest and one of the principal leaders of the American civil rights movement. His ‘I have a dream’ speech is known the world over and in dreamland the appearance of King himself may be urging you to commit yourself to a cause and strive to achieve your dreams. A similar figure is Mahatma Gandhi, an Indian nationalist leader who established his country’s independence from Britain through a non-violent revolution.
If Gandhi appears in dreams, he characterizes living spirituality or fighting for spiritual principles.
lucky numbers: 21-36-38-41-46-48
children doing, things: a baby wil be born late in life.
others doing, to you: profit and gains.
saying, things about others: wil be embarrassed.
people, you: wil be deceived by friends.
things, of: misfortune in love.
to others, doing: joy and pleasure.
bidding your children: worry wil be smoothed away.
mate: good times are coming.
relatives: wil receive painful news.
someone else: be cautious in business ventures.
mate saying, to you: a false friend is nearby.
others: a long and tedious journey.
parents: their worry is a product of loneliness.
stranger: examine how wel you know your friends.