Meaning of Humility Dreams | Dream Interpretation

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A dream of contrary.

Humility in a dream is warning you to be less arrogant and more tolerant when dealing with others.

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Humility | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Humility

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Dove

A symbol of the holy spirit, peace and humility... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Humble

Literal humility has god’s assurance of exaltation in due time; see “last”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Last

Position of humility which carries god’s promise of becoming first if patiently endured; see “humble” and “rejected”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Lava

Sorrow and humility, the aftermath of a burn-out caused by restraining a mountain of troubles; see “eruption”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Outcast

Position of humility which carries the promise of becoming first, if patiently endured; see “rejected”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Unfriendly

Revealing a need for sacrifice and humility... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Valley

A place or time of hardship and humility, which precedes exaltation... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Dog

1. Forgotten skills.

2. Ability to learn, humility.

3. Loyalty and protection.

4. Treachery and betrayal (a black dog, or being bit­ten by a dog).

5. Bad reputation (being chased by a dog). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Fourteen

1. Humility, the ability to “listen and learn.” 2. Indepen­dence, self-reliance and confidence. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Hassock

1. A feeling of triumph over problems or problem people (to put one’s feet up on a hassock).

2. A feeling or desire for greater humility, spiritual enhancement or divine assistance (to pray while kneeling on a hassock). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Porter

1. The burdens of travel or journey of life, often emotional (as in “emotional baggage”).

2. Humility, self-image (to be a porter).

3. Misfortune. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Coarse

(Clothing; Food; Words) If a rich person sees himself either wearing coarse clothing, eating coarse food or speaking harsh words in a dream, it means that he will experience severe changes in his life and that will perhaps affect much of his savings. Should one feel more comfortable about such changes in the dream, or if he prefers them over his usual comforts, it becomes a sign of his humility, contentment, gratitude and the correctness of his way of thinking. Should he feel uncomfortable about such changes in the dream, it means that he will become subject to God’s wrath. Exchanging coarse words in a dream means aversion between people who actually love one another.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Middle Course

(Frugal; Taking the middle course) Taking the middle course in a dream, or following one’s own interest, or being frugal, or adopting restraint in one’s dream means finding an appropriate woman to marry, choosing a suitable partner, or pursuing a spiritual path to learn about good conduct. Ifone finds himself limiting his outdoor walks, or intentionally staying away from crowds in a dream, it denotes his humility and good character.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Voice

In a dream, the human voice represents one’s reputation or fame, and its strength or weakness reflects one’s state of mind or the condition of his health. Raising one’s voice in a dream means unjustly presiding over a crowd of people. Hearing a human voice in a dream means chairing an important responsibility.

If the human voice emanates from an animal in the dream, it denotes great benefits and particularly if the animal speaks pleasing and soothing words or words of truth.

If one raises his voice above the voice of a man of knowledge, a shaikh or a teacher in a dream, it means that he will commit a sin.

A weak voice in a dream represents a man. Intentionally lowering one’s voice in a dream means being indebted to someone, or it could mean humility.

If a man of authority or a policeman lower his voice in a dream, it means that he maybe dismissed from hisjob, or he maybe reprimanded or disciplined for his misconduct.

The sound produced by the ringing of coins in a dream represents temptation, allurement, or a fight between stockbrokers or money exchangers.

The clank of money in a dream also means either good or bad news, or it could mean hearing good words, a wise speech, or words one likes to hear more about, if they are given as a sign of friendship or as a dower.

If the clanking of money is made in jest in the dream, then it represents a fight one does not wish to end.

The sound of a hornet represents a person who defames or discredits others, or whose evil cannot be removed without acquiring the help of a like person.

The bleating of a ewe in a dream means kindness shown by one’s mistress, his wife, or by a gracious man.

The bleating of a billy goat or a ram in a dream means happiness and prosperity.

The neighing of horses in a dream means receiving guidance from a noble person, or it could represent a courageous soldier.

The braying of a donkey in a dream means hideousness, or the ugly character of a despicable enemy.

The braying of a mule in a dream means a hardship which is combined with a difficult person, or itcould mean vain talk, or indulging in suspicious acts.

The mooing of a calf, a cow, or a steer in a dream means a riot.

The gurgling of a camel in a dream represents a blessed journey, a pilgrimage, a successful business trip, or toiling and hardships.

The roaring of a lion in a dream represents alarm, esteem, fear, or being threatened by someone in authority. In general, the sound of animals in a dream connotes adversities or fear.

The neighing of horses in a dream means an invasion or might.

The barking of dogs in a dream means vain talk, interference in others’ business, regret, intending to harm others, hostility toward others, or dissonance.

The blaring of a leopard in a dream means coquetry, vanity and wantonness.

The blaring of a lynx in a dream means a false promise from an unsteady, oft-hesitant, or a greedy person and taking advantage of him.

The cooingofpigeons in a dream means lamenting, or having marital intercourse.

The chirp of swifts in a dream means good words or an admonition from a wise person.

The croakingoffrogs in a dream represents the ringing of bells, feeling overjoyed, employment for a teacher, rising to leadership, or it could mean hearing harsh words.

The hissing of a snake in a dream means a warning or a fight with someone who hides his enmity.

The braying of a donkey in a dream means cursing one’s adversaries.

The roaring of a lion in a dream means threats or boasts.

The yowling of a tomcat in a dream means uproar, backbiting, defamation and insinuations.

The squeak of a mouse in a dream means profits, reunion, love and peace, or it could mean harm one could suffer because of an interfering person or a robber.

The crying of a female gazelle in a dream means longing for one’s homeland.

The yapping of foxes in a dream means a warning to escape, to move from one field into another, or it could mean suffering from jealousy, perfidy or lies.

The howling of a wolf in a dream means a robbery, or fear of a brutal thief.

The barking of a jackal in a dream means a mission of good intent, a forthcoming evil, women’s cries for help, or the cry of people who abandoned all hope.

The sound of a pig in a dream means taking advantage of a stupid enemy and stripping him of his money.

The sound of an ostrich in a dream means hiring a trustworthy and a courageous servant, or bringing a new employee into one’s business. Most dream interpreters dislike to interpret the meaning of the sound of peacocks or chicken and note that they mostly mean sorrow and distress, while others interpret the cawing of crows to mean separation or announcing someone’s death. However, in dream, any ugly or coarse sound represents sorrow and distress while any pleasant sound in a dream represents happiness and joy.

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Donkey

Dreaming about this interesting and amusing animal may have several different and opposing interpretations. Therefore, it is very important that you pay attention to the details and the emotional tone of the dream.

A donkey may represent humility, honor, and “royalty” in disguise. On the opposite end of things, it may symbolize stubbornness and an unyielding personality. Also, it may represent a person who has many burdens and carries a “heavy load.” Either way, the individual symbolized by the donkey has redeeming qualities which include ruggedness, endurance, and loyalty.

(But don’t get them angry because they just may kick you with their hind legs - just kidding!)... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Oyster

An oyster in your dream may have sexual connotations. It usually represents the female sex organ or, if eaten by a man, may represent his ability or desire to perform well sexually. Oysters are also considered symbols of humility and wisdom. Their meaning is associated with that of pearls.

The most negative interpretation is that the oyster represents a well guarded individual; a person who has shut himself off from others. Attempt to connect some of these ideas to your emotional life and overall experiences and keep in mind the setting, context and outcome of the dream. When considering the interpretation of feeling pain in your dream, first look at you physical health.

If you are feeling pain in your daily life, it may carry over into your dream state. Additionally, if the pain is emotional in nature, question the painful feelings and attempt to identify their source.

The dream state is usually a safe way to experience negative feelings with which you may not want to deal.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Dust

A dream of temporary calamity (Gypsy). Dust is the Christian symbol of humility and woe, but its effects are obviously temporary and easily thrown aside.... The Fabric of Dream

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Donkey

Dreaming about a donkey may represent humility, honor and “royalty” in disguise. On the opposite end of things, it may symbolize stubbornness and an unyielding personality. Also, it may represent a person who has many burdens and carries a “heavy load”. Either way, the individual symbolized by the donkey has redeeming qualities which include ruggedness, endurance, and loyalty.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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Kneel

Humility, acknowledgment of dependence or coopera­tion; sense of awe, defeat. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Chauffeur

You are not moving under your own power; you are being steered, which can point to a soul or subconscious that is driving you forward.

If you are being chauffeured, help from others.

If you are the chauffeur, humility is being suggested: you ought to serve rather than rule. Similar to Basement. What is the state of your self-awareness?... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Knee

Erotic signal. Also, agility or rigidity of one’s own point of view. Uncompromising pride or humility.

An injury to the knee is often part of a nightmare, particularly in situations of running away.

ASTROLOGY: Relates to the sign of Capricorn.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Slipping

Behaving badly or not being centered. Fear of tailing (due to lack of attentiveness), or a desire to have “a slip,” to want to behave badly. Not behaving like everybody else but rather finding one’s own way of being. Have courage to live according to your beliefs. See Fool.

Falling suddenly in a dream often happens when there is too little or (rarely) too much humility.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Summit

The achievement of higher consciousness, spirituality. In another sense, a case of arrogance, career ambition, and lack of humility. What do you believe is your calling? What is the price you are willing to pay for achievements? In addition, here is also a connection to your inner center (and to God). Are you taking sufficient time for yourself? It is a symbol of the growth and maturity you have set as a life goal. Also, fear of depth and confrontation.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Violet (color)

Consistency and perfection.

It is the symbol of the search for transcendency (violet is the color on the edge of the invisible, the ultraviolet light). It represents the highest, almost delicate vibration of the spectrum, similar to inspiration and spirituality.

The color violet is very soothing. It depends on light, and under different light can take on very different shades.

Also, but rarely, violet is the color of passion. Red, as the color of the body, and Blue, as the color of the soul, combine to make purple—the body and the soul united.

It is the most important color for the magic of love. As the witches’ color, violet became the color of feminists. In Byzantium, violet was the color of power. Up to the 19th century in some parts of Europe, it was considered a color of grief and sorrow. In Roman Catholicism, it is the color of the robes of bishops. Violet is also used to stand in for black, the symbol of humility and repentance in the Catholic Church. See Violet (flower), Lilac.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Yellow

Refers to intuition and intellect (also in the sense of awareness). Symbol for the color of the sun.

Yellow also stands for irritable feelings. It may also be a sign of mental illness that may be expressed, for instance, in the choice of yellow as a dominating color in paintings, such as those of Van Gogh.

The term “Yellow Peril” warns of mental and physical illness. This is a classic example of how a political term with an archetypal meaning has over time led to new associations, regardless of whether others share the same political opinion. Advertising works in a similar way.

If the yellow seems to have a golden tint to it— abundant harvest, intellectual activities. Dark or muddy / dirty yellow, on the other hand, means envy, greed, jealousy, and betrayal.

In Hinduism, yellow symbolizes the light of life; in Buddhism humility and freedom.

Goethe wrote “[Yellow] is a happy, alive, gentle color, but it can easily become uncomfortable and with the addition of even the slightest amount of another color, it becomes devalued, ugly, and dirty.”... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Barefoot

1- Depending on the circumstances of the dream, to be barefoot can indicate either poverty or the recognition of sensual freedom.

2- To be barefoot and not able to find one’s shoes shows a lack of suitability, an awareness of inappropriate behaviour.

3- Being barefoot at one time indicated great humility. When Christ wished to show that he was no different to other men he washed his disciples’ feet.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Beating

1- In dreams the act of beating something or someone represents our need for ‘power over’ by our aggression and brute force.

2- To be beaten either physically or in a game indicates submission on our part to a greater force.

3- Particularly if one is taking a beating, humility, anguish and grief arc symbolised.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Convolvulus

1- When we arc in a position of being hampered or smothered by circumstances or people round about us, we can often dream of being bound in some way.

The convolvulus plant is one such symbol.

2- Convolvulus can represent uncertainty and difficulty in making decisions. Perhaps we have too many options.

3- Convolvulus is said to stand for humility and devotion.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Flail

1- Any instrument used to beat us in dreams is a recognition that someone has power over us, and can use force rather than giving us the power to act for ourselves.

2- The flail would reinforce our ideas about authority. In older times the Jester would use a pig’s bladder to flail the king to remind him of his humility.

3- A llail also sometimes represents spiritual supremacy and Supreme power which may be available to us.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Jewels

1- Jewels appearing in dreams almost invariably symbolise those things which we value. These may be personal qualities, our sense of integrity, our ability to be ourselves, or even our very essential being. When we feel we know what we arc looking for, we are aware on some level of its value to us or others. When we simply register that we are looking for jewels, sometimes up a mountain, otherwise in a cave, we are attempting to find those parts of ourselves that we know will be of value in the future. Counting or in some way assessing them would suggest a time of reflection is needed.

2- If the jewels are set made up into wearable articles we are aware of some of the uses of whatever the jewel signifies.

For instance, to find an emerald ring might suggest that we have completed a stage of growth towards immortality ‘There are different interpretations for each gemstone, and opinions do vary as to the correct ones.

A little consideration will usually tell the dreamer what each stone means for him. One system suggests: Amethyst promotes healing and influences dreams; Diamond signifies human greed, hardness of nature and what one values in a cosmic sense; Emerald highlights personal growth; Opal suggests the inner world of fantasies and dreams; psychic impressions; Pearl signifies inner beauty and value; Ruby informs on emotions, passion and sympathies; Sapphire highlights religious feelings.

Other meanings of some well known jewels and gems are: Agate (black) symbolises wealth, courage, assurance and vigour; (red) peace, spiritual love of good, health, prosperity and longevity. Amber represents crystallised light and magnetism. Amethyst is the healing gem. Connecting the dreamer with the spiritual, it represents the influence of dreams. Also humility, peace of mind, faith, self-restraint and resignation. Aquamarine embodies the qualities of hope, youth and health. Beryl is believed to hold within it happiness, hope and eternal youthfulness. Bloodstone holds the qualities of peace and understanding.

It is also reputed to grant all wishes. Carbuncle holds determination, success and self-assurance . Carnelian highlights friendship, courage, sclf- confidence, health. Cat’s eye influences longevity, the ability to sustain and the waning moon. Chrysolite represents wisdom, discretion, tact, prudence. Chrysoprase symbolises gaiety, unconditional happiness, the symbol of joy. Corundum influences and helps crcate a stability of mind. Crystal symbolises purity, simplicity, and various magical elements. Diamond has a number of influences: light, life, the sun, durability, incorruptibility, invincible constancy, sincerity, innocence. Emerald embraces immortality; hope, youth, faithfulness, and also the beauty of Spring. Garnet can help energy levels and indicates devotion, lovally and grace. Hyacinth symbolises fidelity and the truth within, but also the gift of second sight. Jacinth holds within it humble qualities, verging on modesty. Jade ‘All that is supremely excellent’, the yang power of the heavens, and all its accompanying delights. Jasper holds the qualities of joy and happiness. Jet Although usually associated with darker emotions such as grief and mourning, jet also controls safety within a journey. Lapis Lazuli A favourable stone said to evoke divine favour, success and the ability to show perseverance. Lodestone holds within it the qualities of integrity and honesty; also said to influence virility. Moonstone/Selenite The moon and its magical qualities, tenderness and the romantic lovers. Olivine influences simplicity, modesty and happiness within a humble framework. Onyx represents degrees of perspicacity; sincerity, spiritual strength, and conjugal happiness. Opal not only represents fidelity; but also religious fervour, prayers and assurance of spiritual beliefs. Pearl symbolises the feminine principles of chastity and purity; and also the moon, and waters. Peridot represents consolidation of friendships. Also, so to speak, the thunderbolt, with which we mav be ‘hit’ at unlikely times.

Ruby represents all that is traditionally associated with Royalty; dignity, zeal, power, love, passion, beauty, longevity and invulnerability. However, some people may consider these interpretations to be slightly ironic. Sapphire holds within it worldly truth, heavenly virtues, celestial contemplation and the feminine side of chastity. Sardonyx represents codes of honour, renown, brightness, vivacity; and aspects of self-control. Topaz holds the beauty of the Divine; goodness, faithfulness, friendship, love, sagacity.

A topaz also symbolises the sun.

Tourmaline inspiration and imagination are represented by the tourmaline. Friendship also comes under the same influence. Turquoise symbolises courage physical and spiritual - fulfilment, and also success. Zircon Much worldly wisdom is held within zircon, as well as the virtues of honour, and the glories (or otherwise) of riches.

3- From a spiritual point of view, jewels and their understanding can enhance personal development. In most dreams it is the better-known stones which appear, but when the lesser-known ones are seen, there is much benefit to be gained by learning more on a conscious level.

Many stones have healing properties, and this is a whole subject in itself.

The reader is referred to the many good books on this subject.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Lead And Leading

1- Dreaming of a dog lead (also see Harness and Halter) would symbolise the connection between ourselves and our lesser nature.

To have lost the dog lead would indicate a loss of control. Leading someone in a dream pre-supposes that we know what we are doing and where we are going. Being led suggests that we have allowed someone else to take control of a situation around us.

2- Leadership qualities are not necessarily ones that everybody will use. Often we can surprise ourselves in dreams by doing things that we would not normally do, and taking the lead is one of them.

3- We are able to take authority by- virtue of our spiritual knowledge. This can be done with humility and without ego.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Leper

1- To dream of a leper suggests that we are aware of some aspcct of ourselves that we feel to be unclean. We feci that we have been rejected by society without quite knowing why. We may also feci that we have been contaminated in some wav.

2- If we are caring for a leper we need to attend to those parts of ourselves we consider unclean, rather than trying to dispose of them.

If the leper is offering us something, it may be that we have a lesson to learn about humility.

3- Spiritually; a leper in a dream can suggest that we are having to deal with a moral dilemma which takes us away from compassion and caring.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Position

1- When a particular position is highlighted in a dream it usually signifies our moral standpoint, or our position in life. It can also give an indication of how we arc handling situations in our lives.

For instance, something in the wrong position means we are going about things in the wrong way.

2- Our spirit, intellect, ideals and consciences are being brought to our attention when we dream of anything higher or above us. This applies also when dreaming of the upper part of anything (of a building or body, for example). Our altruism may be being brought into question. Anything underneath, below, or downstairs signifies the anarchic or immoral side of our personalities.

The sexual impulses can also be characterised in this way. Something appearing upside down emphasises the potential for chaos and difficulty.

The ‘ups and downs’ of situations in life can be experienced in dreams as the actual movement of one’s position, ‘fhe personality has a need to balance the heights and depths of its experience, and if this docs not happen a warning will usually appear in dream form. Back/Front Rejection and acceptance can be shown in a dream as seeing the back and front of something. Backward/ Forward Having the attention drawn to a backward and/or forward movement usually indicaes the potential to adopt a regressive bae kward-looki ng tendency. There is a need to retire into the past, rather than tackling lears and moving ahead. Centre falso see Shapes) To be conscious of the centre of any aspect of a dream is to be aware of a goal or objective, or perhaps even of the dreamer’s real Self. There is a need to be the centre of attention whatever the circumstances. Far/Near In dreams, space and time can become confused.

Dreaming of something which is far awav, may indicate that it is far away in time. This may be future or past, depending on the dream.

A long way in front would be future, a long way behind would be past. Near or close would mean recently, or in the immediate.

Horizontal This usually symbolises the material world. Left The left side suggests the less dominant, more passive side. Often it is taken to represent all that is dark and sinister and those parts of our personality which we try to suppress.

It is more to do with instinctive behaviour, what feels good inside and with personal behaviour without attention to moral codes.

It is supportive in expression, and receptive by nature, so anything appearing in dreams on the left side can be accepted as a symbol of support. Any pain experienced on the left side is interpreted in terms of sensitivity.

The left expresses the more feminine attributes and often the past. Feelings of being left behind suggest a sense of inadequacy, of disintegration and of having to leave the past behind. Indecision over left or right suggests an inability to decide whether to rely on drive or instinct.

Low In dreams, feeling ‘low’ can suggest a sense of inferiority or humility. Often we will give way to submissive behaviour, and put ourselves in a lower position than others. Occasionally to be below something or someone can indicate a need to explore the underside or negativity of a relationship or situation. Opposite Anything in a dream which is opposite the dreamer may suggest some difficulty in reconciling two paradoxes (Good/bad. male/female, up/down, etc.). This may or may not suggest conflict. One thing deliberately put opposite another There is a deliberate attempt to introduce discord. Changing the position from opposite Differences maybe adjusted.

Right/Left The conflict between right and left is usually between logic and intuition. Right The right side represents the more dominant logical side.

It is the consciously expressed, confident side which perceives the exterior world in perhaps a more objective sense.

It is to do with ‘lightness’ that is, correctness and moral and social behaviour. Anything observed on the right side in dreams is usually significant as the dreamer progresses. Any pain experienced on the right side can also be interpreted in terms of drive. It also expresses the more masculine attributes. Movement to the right indicates that something is coming into conscious awareness. Straight Straight suggests a direct approach, the shortest way between two objects or places. Top To be at the top is to have succeeded in our endeavours.

To be on top is to have assumed control. Trying to reach the top suggests more effort is needed. Under/underneath Being underneath something suggests either taking shelter or submitting to someone else’s handling of us. It may also represent the part of us that we hide, or the part that is less capable.

Up, upper We have the capability of achieving a degree of supremacy. We are capable of getting the ‘upper hand’ in particular situations. We can move away from the mundane, ordinary- everyday world.

Vertical The vertical in dreams tends to represent the spiritual realm.

3- The points of the compass can be read spiritually.

The North signifies the Unknown, and hcnce sometimes darkness.

It is spirituality within the world.

The East traditionally suggests birth and mystic religions. It also represents becoming ‘conscious’.

The South is representative of earthly passion and sensuality.

The West can symbolise death, but more properly the state after death when there is increased spiritual awareness. Traditionally, it can also represent the more logical side of our natures.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Swallowing

1- Swallowing in a dream suggests we are taking something in. This could be knowledge or information.

Dreaming of swallowing one’s pride signifies the necessity for humility, whilst something being hard to swallow shows that we have a need to overcome an obstacle.

2- When we arc holding back on emotion, we physically need to swallow. Swallowing therefore becomes an act of suppression which can be harmful.

3- The dreamer may be taking in more spirituality than he can comfortably process. It would be advisable to slow down and ‘digest’ his spiritual teachings more methodically.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Foot

(see Barefoot, Body, Shoes)

Your sense of mobility and spiritual or emotional balance (e.g., “footing”). Taking a new step or direction with your life.

Jungian: Our connection with the earth; our foundations in materiality.

Kissing or washing of the feet represents humility and service, as Mary Magdalene with Christ.

Footprints: Leaving behind a wavmark that others can recognize, respect, or follow.

Aching feet may represent trying to move too far too fast. All of life’s journeys have an optimum pace. Try and find that pace before you wear out.... The Language of Dreams

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Knee

(see Body)

Flexibility. Learn to bend so that you don’t break.

Kneeling represents humility or subjugation, usually with religious overtones.

A fast response that wasn’t necessarily well considered (e.g., a “knee-jerk reaction”)... The Language of Dreams

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Altar

Depth Psychology: Dreaming about an altar: a project will turn out well. Lighted candles on the altar: certain plans will work out. Kneeling in front of an altar means you will receive help from “above,” or a secret wish will be granted. It also suggests that humility might help in resolving a specific problem.

An altar decorated with colorful flowers means a wedding is near. White lilies on the altar: death or burial of an acquaintance.

If you are decorating an altar, it means fun and good luck!

Depth Psychology: Dreaming about kneeling in front of an altar is a symbol for your respectful and reverent ethics and the ability to sacrifice small desires on the “altar of your ideals.” True, prayerful faith can make your desires and hopes come true. See Praying.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Brown

Brown has always been the color of earth.

The tone is warm, calm, and motherly, feminine. Dressing in a brown dress in a dream means the dreamer has chosen a natural lifestyle or would like to live that way.

Depth Psychology: Brown is a mixture of orange and black.

It is the color that symbolizes a connection to the earth, humility, indestructibility, nature, earth, excrement, and emotional stamina.

It is passive but persistent.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Donkey

Vision: Leading a donkey: be careful, your good-natured personality is being shamelessly exploited. Riding on a donkey: means unexpected difficulties, but be patient—in time you will reach your goal. Feeding a donkey: you are helping the wrong people—they think you’re stupid. Hearing a donkey braying: you could have saved yourself the effort. Driving a wagon pulled by a donkey: people around you are using you for their own purposes and goals.

Depth Psychology: While the donkey indicates a lack of mental capacity, it also stands for patience and humility. Did you act like a “donkey” lately? Did others use or treat you that way?... Dreamers Dictionary

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Hat

Vision: Dreaming frequently about wearing a hat: you would love to be the center of attention wherever you go; more humility would be in order.

If you are wearing a very extravagant hat: your actions or your behavior make you look like a fool. Making a hat: you will soon be offered an interesting job—or someone is going to make an interesting request.

The wind blowing the hat off your head means a loss of profit. Watching a hat floating on water may indicate a friend’s suicide. Wearing a straw hat: your lover will be unfaithful. Wearing a hat with feathers: you are too vain and too desperate for admiration. See Top Hat.

Depth Psychology: The hat represents opinions and attitudes you would rather hide from others; be brave—speak your mind. Who are you suspicious ofr Take off your hat and show the world who you are!... Dreamers Dictionary

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Knee / Kneeling

Vision: If you are kneeling: you need to be humble in order to clear up a certain situation.

Seeing an injured knee: things will take a turn for the worse.

If the knee is swollen: vou don ‘t know what to do next. Seeing someone else kneeling: you have wronged someone and now feel guilty.

Depth Psychology: The knee represents erotic desires, cravings, and passion. It may also be a sign of humility or even a humble attitude (particularly if you are the one kneeling). Sometimes it represents guilt for having harmed someone.

If that is the case, make amends now. See Legs.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Lamb

Symbol: The lamb is the symbol of humility; innocence, and sacrifice.

Vision: Seeing a lamb: you are much too good-natured—be more assertive. Shearing lambs: beware, you are taking advantage of people! Watching a lamb being slaughtered or slaugh- tcring it yourself: your reaction to a certain matter is not as heartless as it seems. See Sheep.

Depth Psychology: The lamb usually represents tenderness, innocence, and purity, but are you perhaps the “sacrificial lamb”? Don’t wait. Expose the “guilty party”!... Dreamers Dictionary

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Pope

Vision: Seeing the pope: you will receive recognition or a reward for your efforts; past mistakes are forgiven.

If you are the pope: be more self-critical and practice more humility, because the difficult decisions you have to make will have far- reaching consequences.

Depth Psychology: Are you looking for forgiveness for mistakes and failures that made you feel guilty? Maybe the dream is a symbol of your spiritual and religious beliefs?... Dreamers Dictionary

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Prayer, Prayer Book

Vision: Dreaming about praying: while the future will be blessed, you are in need of advice from an objective counselor or support from your family and/or friends. Your humility will make it possible for a wish to come true.

If you see or read a prayer book, it means comfort in your present sad situation. Seeing someone else praying: you have good friends who will always be on your side in times of need. Receiving a prayer book as a gift means that a very good person will help you. Losing a prayer book means losing a loyal friend. Throwing a prayer book away: you will be the cause of emotional conflicts. See Worship.

Depth Psychology: Prayers stand for humility and the faith you have in finding help in a dire situation. Sometimes it also means that a wish w ill be fulfilled. Praying in front of a cross is an expression of anxiety, fearing for one’s existence.

The soul is looking for God’s help; ask for it! The prayer book is a symbol of your need for comfort and better insight.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Strawberries

Symbol: Strawberries, like violets, are symbols of humility, but also temptation.

Vision: Enjoying a bowl of strawberries means luck in your love life. See Apple, Berries, Pear. Looking at strawberries: the affection you have for another person is growing. Collecting wild strawberries: you would like to have a love affair. Spilling strawberries: disappointment in matters of love. See Berries, Fruit.

Depth Psychology: Strawberries symbolize your need for friendship as well as an intimate relationship.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Valley

Vision: Finding yourself in a valley: you have set your goals much too high; with more humility reasonable goals can be reached. Seeing a dark valley: your extravagant lifestyle is literally asking for losses.

Depth Psychology: A valley can be a symbol of female sexuality or sexual needs.

The dream might also mean that you are at a low point in your life and depressed. See Cave, Mountain.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Waiter / Waitress

Vision: Seeing a wraiter or waitress: you are spending time with questionable people. This is also a sign of laziness; you would like someone to cater to you. In a man’s dream, this also hold true in matters of sex.

If you yourself are the waiter or waitress: you are making sacrifices for someone, and in the process you will lose your independence.

Depth Psychology: The waiter or waitress shows your willingness to serve, your humility, or concern for others.

If you are being served: you can expect to get help soon. Dreaming about waiters and waitresses often is a sign that you do too much for others!... Dreamers Dictionary

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Gandhi

To dream of Ghandi is a strong symbol of your personal courage and strength. There may be a situation in your waking life in which you can help others with through your your passionate convictions and humility. Sitting beside Ghandi s suggesting that it may be time for you to stand up for a belief you hold close to your heart. Ghandi’s appearance in a dream is a reminder to have faith and to release any doubt you may have in yourself.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Nag

To dream of an old horse or a ‘nag’ indicates a winding down of an idea or project and suggests humility and acceptance at this time.

A nag trying to keep up with other horses in a dream implies an inability to let go of a project but cautions you to release any expectations for your own happiness.

To dream of a person nagging you suggests that you may be trying to ignore that little voice inside that is trying to steer you in the appropriate direction. There is a reminder to stop and listen as you have the answer and you deserve to be heard.

To dream of nagging another person may indicate a personal frustration with an unconscious hint to relax and step away from a current bothersome situation.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Eclipse

Dreams of an eclipse symbolize humility, -sabotage and/or the fear of success. Your dream is bringing you to the awareness that you’ve been covering up your light, for fear that people will discover how truly bright you are. You’ve been playing small in order to fit in, and your subconscious mind is giving you the message that it is time for you to release your fears of success because this world needs your light.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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