Meaning of Hobbies Dreams | Dream Interpretation

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Dreams that feature hobbies relate to your interests and how you relax. Each hobby will have its own interpretation. Some of the more popular hobbies are listed below, but there are countless more.

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Hobbies | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Hobbies

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1. Resources and ingenuity (as in “bag of tricks”).

2. Success and abundance (note condition of bag).

3. Important aspects of self, often hobbies and interests.

4. Responsibilities, burdens. ... New American Dream Dictionary


New American Dream Dictionary


1. Feeling unsatisfied, empty.

2. A desire or need to experience new things, hobbies.

3. Undesirable encounters (crawling into a hole). ... New American Dream Dictionary


New American Dream Dictionary


Dreaming of a yacht indicates your desire for more time for recreation, hobbies, and fun.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation


Tryskelion Dream Interpretation


If the desk is cluttered, you need to reorganize things in your life and get a system of priorities.

If the desk is bare, you should look for new interests, new hobbies. See also Writing Desk.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary


Gypsy Dream Dictionary


It is an augury of having fun to dream of riding in a cab, either horse-drawn or motor-propelled. This fun may come from association with bright, clever people, from attending parties, or from Indulging in hobbies such as photography, stamp collecting, or outdoor sports.... The Complete Dream Book


The Complete Dream Book


To dream that you are traveling signifies that you enjoy what you do (hobbies, career, interests) and find much pleasure in it.

To dream that you are traveling through an unknown area represents your rivals who are lurking around you.

To dream that you are traveling in a car filled with people suggests that you will make new and fun friends and have many exciting adventures.

To dream that you are traveling in a car by yourself signifies troubling matters ahead for you. Also see “Time Travel.”... My Dream Interpretation


My Dream Interpretation


General Meaning: A mountain in any context speaks of a new journey and obtaining new heights. It can also be an obstacle in your way that you need to conquer.

• Dreams • Positive: If you are someone that enjoys mountain climbing, then your dream would speak of your hobbies and interests.

• However, for most people, a mountain will speak of a new goal or level for you to attain.

It is a promise of a promotion and seeing a new perspective on things.

Negative: A mountain in a negative light speaks of an obstacle that is preventing you from reaching your personal goals.

• It could be that you are struggling to complete a project or go in a certain direction.

Dreaming of a mountain in your road is a confirmation of the blockage.

• You will need wisdom to discern if this is a mountain you must tackle or one you need to walk around and avoid.

• Of course as believers, when the enemy puts a mountain in our way, we have the authority to pluck it up and cast it into the sea!

Visions Positive:

For both visions and prophetic dreams, the mountain is a very positive picture! It speaks of an opportunity for you to receive a promotion in the realm of the spirit.

• However it is not going to come without effort. Climbing a mountain is hard work and it will require a lot from you.

• It will mean leaving some things behind that you have relied on before. It will mean leaving behind everything you were and possessed, so that you can take hold of the new thing.

• In The Moses Mandate I share how the Moses Apostle is called to the mountain top many times.

It is here that He will come into that face-to-face relationship with Jesus and also get his mandate.

• A mountain in the Scriptures is often a picture of the presence of God.

It is an apt image as it comes with a price. It means leaving behind your own ideas and everything that weighs you down, to come into His presence.

• Moses had to obey some strict conditions before climbing the mountain into the Lord’s presence. However the journey was worth it, because there he experienced the glory of God! • Have you been asking the Lord to experience Him in a greater way? If so, then seeing a mountain is a call from the Lord to take the first step; to submit to going through the death and letting go of the old, so that you can take on the new.

• Just like in real life, it will be a hard climb. However just as Moses discovered, it will be well worth it when you get to experience God in a new and powerful way.

• Exodus 24:17 And the sight of the glory of the LORD [Yahweh] [was] like devouring fire on the top of the mountain in the eyes of the children of Israel.

Negative: When praying for someone or for personal needs, I have often seen a mountain in my path.

• This is a negative picture and speaks of an obstacle that the enemy has put there.

• It is also a good picture of how you feel when you come to the Lord with a big prayer request. It seems to loom over you, making you feel small and insignificant.

• However, you can overcome it! If you see a mountain across your path and you feel that it is something that the enemy has put there, then it is something for you to remove in the name of Jesus.

• This is a call to spiritual warfare. I suggest that you get your hands on The Way to Effective Prayer by Apostle Daphne Crause for some very practical teaching on this subject.

• Mark 11:23 For assuredly I say to you, That whoever will say to this mountain, Be removed, and be cast into the sea; and will not doubt in his heart, but will believe that those things that he says will come to pass; he will have whatever he says.

• If you are facing a mountain in your life right now, take this passage, memorize and confess it until it is deep in your spirit. Then stand against that mountain and it will give way!.... The Way of Dreams and Visions


The Way of Dreams and Visions

Some Common Questions About Sexual Dreams

If I make love to someone I know in my dream, does that mean he or she is interested in me? In most cases such dreams have more to do with your own feelings rather than hidden passions coming from other people. Remember your dreaming mind uses sexual imagery to give you a taste of how things might be different and teach you about love and passion.

Why do I dream of being intimate with people to whom I’m not attracted? There are several reasons for this.

If you honestly don’t find the person attractive in waking life, they may represent a quality or characteristic that is closely linked to a quality you are exploring or discovering within yourself.

If the partner is particularly unsavory, your dreaming mind may be encouraging you to say no to things that are not right for you.

Are dreams of my partner’s infidelity a warning sign? In some cases, yes, but in the majority of cases such dramas are metaphors for some kind of emotional abandonment or neglect; perhaps your loved one is showing more attention to the children—or to their job or hobbies—than to you.

Do repeated dreams of my first love mean I have not got over him or her? Your first love tends to be a symbol of romantic love in dreams but when they appear in your dreams, it is likely that your dreaming mind is using them as an emblem of love to help you work through your current relationship issues. In most cases, your dreaming mind is focused on current issues.

What do dreams of being back with my ex mean? Dreaming about your ex does not mean you want to be with them. Unless you are convinced that your latest ex is the ’one’, your dreaming mind is using them as an actor to represent your love interest. In most cases, such dreams suggest that you are going over old issues or relationship patterns, and that your dreaming mind is using such images to help you heal and move on to a more positive future. When any relationship breaks down, your dreaming mind will delve into memories, fears and hopes to help you unravel mysteries and gain understanding about what makes real love work. Your inner mind is constantly sorting through what works and what doesn’t work in a relationship, and it will refer back to past relationships to compare strengths and weaknesses and try to make sense of things.

If I have a perfect dream romance, does this mean the perfect partner will appear in my life? In you are single and you have a perfect romantic and sexual dream, this could be wish-fulfillment but it could also be your dreaming mind’s way of reminding you that love and passion are still out there and you should open yourself up to the possibility of romance.

If I have a bizarre or distressing dream about sex, does this mean I’m weird? Don’t interpret your dreaming according to how you judge it when you are awake, and try not to feel guilty. Instead, try to understand the dream and remind yourself that your dreaming mind will use sexual images—even graphic or shocking ones—as metaphors or opportunities to learn about yourself.... Common Dreams


Common Dreams

Typical Teenage Dreams

Although the following dreams can be experienced at any life stage, they are believed to be amongst the most common for teenage dreamers.

If you dream of burying a dead body, you may be aware that you have killed someone, although you may not remember why or how. Your concern in the dream is to bury the body before someone makes a terrifying discovery and exposes you. Despite the horror of what you have done, the main issue in your dream is not the fact that you have killed someone but your desire to cover your tracks and avoid discovery. The dream is all about your need for acceptance and to rid yourself of things that are undesirable in your life. The person you have murdered represents what you would like to get rid of; that is why there is no remorse in the dream and the panic in the dream indicates your fear that people will recognize your anxiety. The teenage years are all about deciding what is or is not acceptable or desirable in your life so, not surprisingly, this dream is most common at that particular time. The things you want to bury can include parental expectation, childish hobbies or activities and so on.

During your teenage years you are very likely to dream of meeting a celebrity and becoming their close friend. This kind of dream focuses on the importance of feeling accepted and admired within your peer group. It is not uncommon for a teenager to dream about the death or funeral of one or both parents. Such dreams are not predictive, being simple reflections of the death of the past and the beginning of a new parent-child relationship.... The Element Encyclopedia


The Element Encyclopedia


An area with many different games can represent: A real-life situation with a variety of activities or choices (such as all the different hobbies you pursue, or the choices of activities at a resort you visited recently).

A real-life setting with many different activities.

A situation that involves many different challenges, such as your multiple roles, responsibilities, commitments, and activities.

See also: Game; Video Game; Shopping Center... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary


The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary


Ability or mobility in life, especially ability to make progress (or succeed or fail) quickly.

Shifting between the areas within your consciousness (such as subconscious, conscious, emotional, or mental), as represented by the various floors.

Switching between areas of your life (such as work, relationships, or hobbies).

Consider also the context and what the elevator is doing.

Moving upward might represent moving forward or making progress somehow in your life.

Moving downward might represent a perceived loss of progress, or an ending (represented by exiting the building).

Getting stuck might represent feeling stuck, held back, or delayed somehow in your life.

See also: Floor; Building; Climbing; Descending; High; Low; Basement; Upstairs; Main Floor; Stairs; Levitating... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary


The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary


Saving or storing (memories, ideas, money, objects, etc.), or a desire for such.

A feeling or fear of being “shelved” or set aside.

An aspect of yourself or your life that you “put on display” to others (a talent, your sense of humor, etc.).

Certain details or aspects of your life (such as the books on a shelf representing your interests, hobbies, or areas of knowledge).

See also: Storage; Container; Accumulating; Furniture... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary


The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary