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Dream Interpretation Identification | Dream Meanings


To see your I.D. in your dream, signifies your own self-confidence.

To dream that you lose your I.D., denotes confusion about your own self-identity.

If you dream of fake I.D., you may secretly feel that you’re not good enough, and worry that others don’t really like you. Try to improve your confidence level!

My Dream Interpretation | myjellybean

The state of one’s self-confidence can be symbolized by the form of identification one has in a dream.

A lost or stolen wallet, driver’s license, or passport may suggest confusion about the dreamer’s self-identity or self-confidence.

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia | James R. Lewis and Evelyn Dorothy Oliver

In modern civilization, the carrying of some form of identification is a part of everyday life. Your sense of identity is what is being expressed by a dream that features this as an image. To lose your ID in a dream is symbolic of feeling disconnected from your ability to manage your day-to- day affairs.

Complete Dictionary of Dreams | Dr. Mıchael Lennox


Identification | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Identification

Decal

A label given as identification... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Tag

İdentification on the tag is relevant; research details... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Uniform

Uniforms suggest identification with a group, a feeling of belonging or acceptance of common goals and attitudes.Structured personality... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Uniform

Identification with a role, such as soldier or nurse; identification with, or conformity with, collective likes and dislikes—being ‘in’ with the group; social pressure to con­form; feeling a sense of being accepted by a group or at work, social correctness. See first example in school. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Addiction

1- To dream of being addicted indicates we have to recognise that there is a need and desire to acknowledge obsessive behaviour in ourselves or others. There is anxiety that someone or something is taking us over.

To be addicted to someone is to have abdicated responsibility for ourselves.

To be addicted to a substance such as tobacco or alcohol in a dream suggests an inability to relate properly to the world we live in.

2- The fear of addiction is an identification of the hold our own passions may have over us. We fear loss of control (that is, control over ourselves), but also our control of other people.

To be with a group of addicts suggests we do not understand our own behaviour in social situations. We may be conscious of the fact that we tend to become the victim in everyday life.

3- This is connected with the pleasure seeking, hedonistic aspect of the Self.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Quilt

1- The quill or duvet can often represent our need for security, warmth and love.

To be aware of one in a dream, therefore, is our identification of that need.

A particular quilt may have a special significance.

For instance a childhood quilt in an adult dream would suggest the need for some kind of reassurance.

2- The colour or pattern of the quilt may have more significance than the quilt itself (See Colour and Shapes).

3- Spiritual comfort and caring can be suggested by a quilt.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Uniform

also see Clothes

1- Dreaming of uniforms is all to do with our identification with a particular role or type of authority.

However rebellious we may be, a part of us needs to conform to the ideas and beliefs of the social group to which we belong. Seeing ourselves in uniform confirms that belonging.

2- Often, in collective groups, the right to wear a uniform has to be earned.

Dreaming of being in a group of uniformed people indicates that we have acheived the right to be recognised.

3- Identification of a common spiritual goal and an agreement as to ‘uniform’ behaviour is an important aspect in spiritual development.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Flags

(see Locations, Pictographs)

A means of self-identification. What image appears on the flag, and what does it say about your true self?

Battered flags indicate some type of war being waged, often on an emotional level. Raising flags represents honor and remembrance of traditions.

Flags flying at half-mast represent a literal or figurative death, or some type of memorial. This can be circumstantial too, like the death of a relationship, or the ending of a job.

Allegiance and devotion. In what condition does the flag appear? If torn in two, this can represent divided loyalty or a conflict of interest. Also note the country, state, or city the flag represents for more insight.... The Language of Dreams

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Car

A car in a dream represents the most popular means by which we move forward in life toward our goals, desires, and desidentification. They reflect how the world may view you, or they may be an indication of how you view yourself in the world.

An automobile may also represent the physical body. Thus, car problems in your dreams may reflect difficulties you face in moving forward or breakdowns in how your body functions.

The different colors, makes, and models of cars may be seen as expressions of the qualities of your character.

(See Truck, Vehicle.)... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Collar

A collar is a direct symbol of ownership and fellowship.

A collar may be a symbol of identification with an organization.

A priest’s collar may be an indication of a pompous individual.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Social Security Card

As a form of identification, dreaming about your social security card or number may point to an over- identification with the authontanan stnictures of society. As a play on words, it may also mention feelings of insecurity in social situations.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Sportswear

Sports and athletic wear point to team identification and may comment “Join them and win.” A man appearing in a woman’s dream wearing an athletic jersey may indicate that the man is a real player “Watch out.”’... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Badge

Dreams of a badge represent your identification with a particular role in life, and/or the need for proof of your status, authority or respectability. Consider the type of badge and its symbol of affiliation. See Certificate.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Harem

If you are a man having this dream, then this is about the desire for adoration, sexual pleasure, attentiveness, and reassurance of your masculinity and virility.

If you are a woman dreaming of being a member of a harem, then you are grappling with your identification with the prostitute archetype. See Prostitute and Dance.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Pin

Dreams of your personal identification number represent access to your heart and soul. Your PIN number is symbolic of your -image or your interior life. Password and/or Phone Number.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Poor

Dreams of being poor reflect that you are processing and venting out identification with lack, victimhood, finite resources, humility, and simplicity. Alternatively, this dream could be showing you to have compassion for those who have less than you, and to be grateful for what you have.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Addict / Addiction

Psychological / emotional perspective: Awareness of addiction in dreams is an identification of the hold our own passions may have over us. We fear loss of control (that is, control over ourselves), but also our control of other people.

To be with a group of addicts suggests we do not understand our own behaviour in social situations. We may be conscious of the fact that we tend to become the victim in everyday life.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Buttons / Buttonholes

Psychological / emotional perspective: Buttons were originally a form of insignia, allowing easy identification of friend or foe.

If our attention is drawn to buttons in a dream, it is usually to bring about such recognition.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Friend / Friendship

Material aspects: Friends appearing in our dreams can signify one of two things: firstly we need to look at our relationship with that particular person, and secondly we need to decide what that friend represents for us (for instance security, support and love). Childhood friends may signify innocence, whereas a best friend might be an identification of the best in us.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Pin

Psychological / emotional perspective: Occasionally in a dream we are reminded of a feeling we have in everyday life.

To experience a feeling of pins and needles in our dream suggests that we are not ensuring an adequate flow of energy in a situation around us.

A pin (personal identification number) suggests the need for a sense of security and recognition.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Quilt

Material aspects: The quilt or duvet can often represent our need for security, warmth and love.

To be aware of one in a dream, therefore, is our identification of that need.

A particular quilt may have a special significance.

For instance, a childhood quilt in an adult dream would suggest the need for some kind of reassurance.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Uniform

Identification of a common spiritual goal and an agreement as to ‘uniform’ behaviour is an important aspect in spiritual development.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Uniform

Material aspects: Dreaming of uniforms is all to do with our identification with a particular role or type of authority. However rebellious we may be, a part of us needs to conform to the ideas and beliefs of the social group to which we belong. Seeing ourselves in uniform confirms that belonging.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Insignia

A dream of seeing this type of identification signifies progress in spite of hostile competition; to dream of wearing insignia forecasts an exciting new love affair.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Mark

A dream featuring a birthmark, identification marks, silver marks, or any distinguishing-type mark, predicts interesting new friends who will turn out to be useful as well as enjoyable.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Facade

Hiding from self; mask or shell you present to the world. Identification with outer values instead of inner resources and strengths.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Cave

It provides the basis for certain identifications, such as the medieval one: the cave referred to the human heart as the spiritual “center.” The cave, in this case, represents the unconscious, your subjective world, the experiences and knowledge accumulated over the years. All this allows you to reach maturity.

It is very common dream during adolescence. The events happening inside the cave will reveal which aspects of the Self you are working on. In other interpretations, the cave represents the womb or female sexuality. What you find in it will be those elements the unconscious wants to cultivate in your: virtues, ideas, attitudes, etc.

Many dragons and monsters from mythology lived in caves guarding a great treasure. This symbolizes that before winning the spiritual reward, you must fight the unconscious’ fears. The cavern may also represent memories about a traumatic childhood that have been banished from conscious memory.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Business Card

A business card is a form of identification and is therefore symbolic of the very thing of which it is symbolic in waking life:

A person’s business persona.

It is a tool for connection and solicitation, and in a dream it is connected to the person to whom it belongs.

If someone gives you a business card in the dream, consider the character aspect of that person and what he or she might have to offer you.

The business card itself and the act of passing it along represents your ability to call on those character traits to assist you in some venture.

If the business card in the dream belongs to you, this may connect to a desire to expand your reach in some arena of your life.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Laboratory

The laboratory is a setting of the advancement of knowledge or the clear identification of something of great importance that is initially hidden. Often connected to health and illness, the lab as a setting for a dream indicates a desire to get more information about something in your life. You are approaching things from a scientific and methodical view in order to get to the bottom of something.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Model

A model embodies a certain aesthetic of beauty and is therefore a symbolic ideal to which many people aspire.

The challenge with this image is that there is a great deal of false identification associated with this ideal, and your interpretation must include your personal relationship to beauty and your sense of personal attractiveness.

A model as a character aspect in a dream may represent ideals of beauty to which you aspire, but may just as easily connect to the impossibility of such aspirations.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Passport

A passport is first and foremost a form of identification, but it also affords the easy passage to foreign lands. As a symbol in a dream, it represents your ability to extend your consciousness into territory that is far from your comfort zone. Such a dream may also connect with a desire to expand your life’s horizons into something more exciting. To have lost your passport is to feel limited in your ability to accomplish more with your life or problem-solve in a highly creative manner.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Spoon

A spoon is an implement that assists in taking in nourishment through eating. In this regard, there is an implication that such an image in a dream may point to needing to sustain yourself more efficiently. Spooning also has a strong identification with its use as a euphemism for a particular kind of physical intimacy where two people fit together in a very comforting way.

If this is the image in your dream, this need may be expressing itself. Both uses imply taking in certain sustaining ideas; where in your life do you need more care?... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Upc Code

This invention of the modern world is a complex identification system. It features several sets of codes within a large string of numbers that relates to a manufacturer and all of its available products. This code is used to track movement and profit. In a dream, it relates to the desire to stay connected to all of your thoughts and ideas in order to be able to take advantage of the opportunities within your mind.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Wallet

A wallet is a container for your money and identification. This makes it a symbol for your easy access to prosperity and self-awareness.

If you have lost your wallet or it has been stolen in a dream, you are feeling separated from your ability to feel abundant and confident in who you are.

If the wallet in your dreams belongs to someone else, you may need to examine new ways of connecting to prosperity and identity.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Wallet

Like all other dream symbols, the dream setting provides clues for interpreting this symbol.

A wallet may indicate financial resources or selfidentification (e.g., an I.D. kept in a wallet).... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Mother

[DREAM IMAGES: MATRIARCH, MOTHER NATURE]

The mother archetype appears in many forms—mother, princess and witch— and is symbolized by the primordial mother, or ‘earth mother’, of mythology, by Eve and Mary in Western traditions, and by less personal symbols, such as the church, the nation, a forest or the ocean. According to Jung, someone whose own mother failed to satisfy the demands of the archetype may well be one that spends his or her life seeking comfort in the church, or in identification with ‘the motherland’, or in meditating upon the figure of Mary, or in a life at sea. In dreams, mother figures suggest nurturing aspects of ourselves and others, or the need for greater compassion and selflessness; they can, however, also suggest the shadow side, which is overprotection, abandonment, cruelty and abuse. Bear in mind that the qualities that are associated with this archetype can be expressed in other than biological ways, such as giving birth to books or ideas, or nurturing others. See also FAMILY.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Animal Dreams

Humans have been dreaming about animals for ages. It has been speculated that some of the ancient cave paintings of animals may perhaps be dream images from cave dwellers whose lives were mostly spent chasing, hunting, and taming animals. In ancient Egypt, human-figured deities with animal heads suggest dreams images.

A study carried out by Robert L. Van de Castle found a larger number of animal dreams in children than in adults. Dreams of a group of 741 children (383 girls and 358 boys) aged four to six- teen were examined for the presence of animal figures. The frequency for each animal figure at each age level was tabulated for girls and boys. Animal figures were present in 39.4 percent of dreams from the four- and five-year-old children. The percentage steadily dropped for each subsequent age grouping (six- and seven-year-olds, 35.5 percent; eight- and nine-year-olds, 33.6 percent; ten- and eleven-year-olds, 29.8 percent; twelve- and thirteen-year-olds, 21.9 percent; and fourteen- through sixteen-year-olds, 13.7 percent).

Boys had higher animal percentage figures at ages four through six (44 percent, versus 34 per- cent for girls), while girls had higher animal dreams at ages nine through eleven (36 percent, versus 26 percent for boys). Overall, animal figures appeared in 29 percent of the combined girls’ dreams and 29.6 percent of the combined boys’ dreams. There were more than three times as many animal figures in the dreams of children as there were in the dreams of adults. The seven most frequent animal figures for children were dogs (30), horses (28), cats (15), snakes (15), bears (14), lions (13), and monsters (e.g., wolfman) (13).

If the frequencies for all animal figures are considered, it is clear that children dream more frequently of large and threatening wild animals, while college students dream more often of pets and domesticated animals. Bears, lions, tigers, gorillas, elephants, bulls, dinosaurs, dragons, and monsters accounted for twenty-seven percent of the animal figures in children’s dreams but only seven percent of the animal figures in adult dreams. This collection of wild animals appeared more frequently (forty-four times) in boys’ dreams than in girls’ dreams (twenty-seven times). Several theorists have suggested that these large, threatening animals may represent parental figures in the dreams of children.

An interesting gender difference was found in the types of animal figures. Women and girls reported significantly more mammals, while men and boys reported significantly more nonmammals. This may indicate females identify at some level with other forms of life that nurse their young with mammary glands, and this identification is reflected in the type of animals that appear in their dreams.

The meaning of animals in dream ... Dreampedia

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