irritation

Dream Interpretation Irritation | Dream Meanings


Dreams of irritation suggests that transformation is beckoning.

If you are slow to make necessary changes in your life, your circumstances will become more and more uncomfortable in order to get your attention. Your dream is suggesting that you contemplate what changes are you being asked to make, what kind of support you need, and what you can do to be more proactive about positive change in your life. See Anger.

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(See Exasperation)

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Irritation | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Irritation

Loom

To dream of standing by and seeing a loom operated by a stranger, denotes much vexation and useless irritation from the talkativeness of those about you. Some disappointment with happy expectations are coupled with this dream.

To see good-looking women attending the loom, denotes unqualified success to those in love. It predicts congenial pursuits to the married. It denotes you are drawing closer together in taste.

For a woman to dream of weaving on an oldtime loom, signifies that she will have a thrifty husband and beautiful children will fill her life with happy solicitations.

To see an idle loom, denotes a sulky and stubborn person, who will cause you much anxious care. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Gallstone

Mental bitterness caused by constant irritation... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Gravel

Small irritations which fill one’s pathway will lead to a sure foundation if tolerated; see “foundation”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Nit

A small problem, but a great irritation, i.E. One who nit-picks... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Bedbug

1. Difficulty resting, unease.

2. Period of extreme irritation, annoyance, often due to a relationship.

3. A feeling of violation, invasion, possibly from bad news. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Damned

1. Feelings of being trapped, often self-imposed.

2. Feel­ings of persecution.

3. Extreme annoyance or irritation. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Dust

1. Immobility, inertia, often in life goals.

2. A period of petty problems and irritations.

3. Feelings that others have failed the dreamer.

4. Concealing questionable activities (to dust a room).

5. To clear up past problems (to dust a room). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Grub

1. An irritation in one’s life.

2. One has to borrow something from someone. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Hives

1. Irritations grow more annoying the more attention and concern they receive.

2. Reverse: a good omen that things are moving along well. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Nettles

1. Happiness and prosperity (to be stung by nettles).

2. A sit­uation or relationship of extreme annoyance and irritation. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Rash

1. An irritation or annoyance, frequently associated with in­fantile behavior.

2. Emotional difficulties—usually associated with repression, often caused by unexpressed anger.

3. Use cau­tion regarding hasty decisions (as in “to act rashly”). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Ringworm

1. Possible health or hygiene issues.

2. An annoyance has turned into a profound irritation or “gotten under the skin,” possibly from a friend with hostility. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Scratch(ing)

1. A minor annoyance or irritation.

2. A need to start a project, goal or relationship over again, i.E., “From scratch.” ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Tacks

1. Use caution; sharp words can hurt individuals, possibly damage relationships or reputations.

2. Multiple irritations mount up and cause conflict, often in a relationship.

3. Difficult times will soon come to an end. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Exasperation

(Infuriation; Irritation; Jealousy) Exasperation without a reason in a dream means a sudden death. Exasperation in a dream also could signify involvement in a scandal or suffering from an illness that will help changing one’s attitude about life.

If one sees himself infuriated or irritated by someone in a dream, it means that he will suffer the consequences of his qualities or lose his money. Exasperation, infuriation or irritation in a dream all mean poverty and loss of money.

(Also see Infuriating)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Fart

(Breaking wind; Passing gas; Foolishness; Wind) Passing gas in a dream means hearing or speaking vile words, or suffering from adversities, or it could mean dispersing a group of people, telling a shocking news, stupidity, belittling people, lies, using insulting words, or it could represent the sound that could emanate from beating someone. Ifone breaks wind with a loud sound in a dream, it means that he will address someone with harsh words.

If one sees himself sitting with people and unwillingly passes gas or breaks wind in a dream, it means that his difficulties, sorrows or stress will be dispelled, though with horridness and repulsiveness.

If one breaks wind intentionally in such a gathering in a dream, then it means committing an evil act and suffering from its consequences.

If one passes gas without noise in his dream, it means that he will receive a sarcastic commendation that matches the smell of his fart. Ifone breaks wind in a dream while sitting with a group of people who are experiencing difficulties, it means that their difficulties will be dispelled, and their suffering will ease.

If they are merchants, it means that their merchandise will move faster. Ifone forces himselfto break wind in a dream, it means that he will carry a burden greater than he can bear.

If one breaks wind along with passing gas in his dream, it means that he will attain success in his life, and he will receive honor and profits from an important business trip. However, it is possible that his interests will become diverse, or that he could lose his focus, then he will return home free from such burdens.

To fart from the mouth in a dream means faltering or a slip of a tongue, an accident, suffering from gum irritation, a stroke that will affect one’s speech, or it could mean developing ill habits that will cause him to feel ashamed of himself in public.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Moon

(Reverie; Satellite) The moon in a dream represents a just ruler, his chief minister, a great scholar, a handsome looking boy, a tyrant, or a liar. Seeing the moon as it is in the skies in a dream represents the chief minister of the land. Seeing the moon sitting in one’s lap in a dream means getting married. Sitting in the moonlight and talking to one’s friend in a dream means reverie and idle talk.

If a woman sees that the moon has fallen inside her house, then if she takes it and wraps it in a swaddle in a dream, it means that she will beget a son who will shortly die after his birth and she will suffer great sorrow from his loss. Seeing the moon turned to the dark side in a dream means dismissal of the chief minister from his post. Seeing the moon advancing before the sun in a dream means that the chief minister will rise against his master.

If the moon disappears in the skies in a dream, it means that one’s business has come to a halt, or that something he has asked for will not materialize, whether it be good or evil.

If the moon reappears in the dream, it means that one will receive what he is seeking, and again, whether it is good or bad for him. Seeing a bright and a radiant moon in the skies in a dream means justice and prosperity. Seeing the moon inside one’s house in a dream means that a guest or a traveller will soon arrive. Seeing the moon laying on the ground in a dream means the death of one’s mother. Walking on the moon in a dream means endearment and love for one’s mother.

The sun and the moon in a dream represent one’s father and mother. Seeing the reflection of one’s face in the moon in a dream means one’s death.

If one’s wife is pregnant, and if he sees his resemblance reflected in the moon in a dream, it means glad tidings of a son.

If one is looking into the skies and he suddenly sees the moon in his dream, it means that his enemies will be subjugated to him. Holding the moon in a dream means receiving a gift from a ruler or a rich person.

If a ruler sees the moon dimmed in a dream, it means that his subjects will rise against him.

If the moon turns into a sun in a dream, it means receiving honor and wealth from either one’s father or wife.

The moon in a dream also represents one’s wife, sons, daughters, sister, properties, business, craft, a vessel, a ship, or it could mean travels. As for a sick person or a traveller, seeing the moon in a dream means one’s destruction or death.

If the moon is veiled by clouds in the dream, it means a short sickness. Seeing the moon through the clouds in a dream means losing one’s job.

If a rich person sees clouds covering the moon in a dream, it means losing his wealth.

If the moon speaks to someone in his dream, it means that he will receive a high ranking appointment.

If a pregnant woman sees herself trying to reach the moon with her hand but to no avail in a dream, it means that she is wishing to have a son. Prostrating oneself to the sun or the moon in a dream means committing an awesome sin.

If one sees the sun and the moon prostrating themselves before him in a dream, it means that his father and mother are pleased with him.

If the moon splits in two halves in a dream, it means that harm will befall a great person, or that a major sign will manifest to show the divine power in that locality.

If one sees a lunar eclipse, or if the moon becomes opaque, or turns reddish in a dream, it means that major changes will take place in one’s life.

The moon in a dream also represents one’s bosom friend, an unjust governor, his chief minister, his assistant, a gambler, an oath, recovering from an illness or suffering from eye irritation. Seeing a full moon during the early days of the lunar month, when it is supposed to be only a crescent in a dream means benefits while the opposite means harm.

The moon in a dream also represents a scholar, an astrologer, an astronomer or a guide. Seeing the moon at its highest point in a dream means honor and blessings while seeing it at its lowest point in a dream means the opposite. Seeing the moon in the position of Aries in a dream means benefits for someone who desires to meet with high ranking people, though it could also have a negative connotation for someone who works in construction. Seeing the moon in the position of Taurus in a dream means losses for a business traveler. As for seeing it in the position of Gemini in a dream, then it means profits from a ranch and raising livestock. Seeing the moon in the position of Cancer in a dream means good time to get married and conceive children. Seeing it in the position of Leo in a dream means bad business for partnerships, securities, or mixing capitals. Seeing it in the position of Virgo in a dream is good for health and fitness oriented people. Seeing the moon in the position of Libra in a dream means water loss for a pregnant woman. Seeing the moon in the position of Scorpio in a dream means benefits for health oriented people, or for buying new clothing, though it also could connote negative results for travellers. Seeing the moon in the position of Sagittarius in a dream means bad time for planting or seedling. Seeing it coupled with Capricorn in a dream is a bad sign for construction or laying a foundation to a structure, or for starting a business. Seeing the moon in the position of Aquarius in a dream means bad time for sending messages or engaging in any enterprise. Seeing the moon in the position of Pisces in a dream is good for contracts and receiving a leadership position.

If one sees the sun, the moon and all the planets assembled before him, and together they all produced a radiant and a magnificent light in a dream, it means that one’s words are respected by people in authority.

If the stars and the planets have no light in the dream, then they mean a calamity. In a dream, seeing a sun and a moon on one’s right side and the same on his left side, above him, in front of him and behind him means a calamity and a defeat that will force one to retreat or to escape but to no avail.

(Also see Astrologer; Crescent; Eclipse; Night)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Nerves

One’s nerves in a dream represent his comportment, bearing and presence. Irritation of one’s nerves in a dream means distress and sorrow.

If a nerve is cut off in a dream, it represents a broken life, and for a sick person it represents his death. In a dream, a nerve also represents a master, or a sire, piety, a signing witness, agreements, provisions, property, or family ties. Whatever affects one’s nerves in a dream will reflect upon any of the above.

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

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Tiger

(Leopard) In a dream, a tiger represents a tyrant, an unjust ruler, or an avowed enemy. Killing a tiger in a dream means vanquishing such an enemy. Eating the flesh of a tiger in a dream means money, profits and honor. Riding on a tiger in a dream means power and sovereignty.

A tiger inside one’s house in a dream represents an insolent person who attacks one’s family. Seeing a tiger or a leopard in one’s dream means receiving money from an insolent or an artful person.

A struggle with a tiger in a dream means fighting with an insolent person. Tiger’s bite in a dream represents damage caused by such a person.

A tiger in a dream also represents either a man or a woman. It also represents deceit, trickery, an illness, or eye irritation. Tigress milk in a dream represents enmity. Seeing a tiger in a dream also could mean repenting from sin.

(Also see Fur; Milking a tiger)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Toothache

Symbolic of a source of constant irritation, Prov. 25:19... Christian Dream Symbols

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Frog

Old dream interpretation books say that frogs are a good omens and represent happiness and great friendships. From a more modern point of view, frogs may be considered symbols of the unconscious because they live in the water. Frogs also represent transformation of the positive kind.

A visitor and intended caretaker of your emotions.The frog, unless deformed negatively, removes the little irritations that interfere with your intuition and responses or reactions.Is the frog doing his job properly and acting in accordance with his duties?Are the patterns overcoming the frog? ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Abscess, Boil, Ulcer, Running Sore, Etc

To dream of having any of these afflictions foretells good fortune and good health, preceded by a temporary sickness (Raphael) « Dreams probably caused by irritation of the parts of the body afflicted in the sleep; the interpretation obviously attributable to the theory that these visitations clear the system of impurities, thereby conferring comfort after sickness.... The Fabric of Dream

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Pepper

A dream denoting truthfulness to the* verge of irritation (Gypsy). ... The Fabric of Dream

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Because

of the different colours in jewels, some of them may have slightly different meanings Amethyst: healing; in­fluence of dreams. Diamond: human greed; hardness of na­ture; what one values, the aspects of one’s life that are lasting and valuable, not only in an everyday sense, but in a cosmic sense. Emerald: personal growth and awareness of connection with the natural in life. Opal: the inner world of fantasies and dreams; psychic impressions. Pearl: inner beauty and value that has arisen from the irritations or trials of life. Ruby: emo­tions, passion, sympathies; extending self to others. Sapphire: religious feelings; expansion of thinking boundaries. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Insects

Example: ‘I have to keep walking because there is something I am afraid of behind me. When I am pressed up against the ceiling being crushed I look down and the stairs and bannister rail are swarming alive with a black moving wave of crawling things, like some awful insects. In the hall­way is a swamp with crocodiles and other hideous things. My terror is terrible.

The person who actually lived in this pan of the house was the owner’s mother. She treated me badly but no one knew as she was artful in her abuse. She pulled me along by my hair, locked me in a cupboard, and once locked me in the orchard—four high walls and a hidden door’ (Rita).

The example shows memones of pain and anger are still irri­tating or ‘bugging’ Rita.

The swamp shows these feelings un­dermine her confidence.

Generally insects represent irritations or feeling something ‘bugging’ one; feeling insignificant—the ant in the mass of other ants, sexual urges, especially with cockroaches. As Jiminy Cricket suggests, insects can represent our conscience and guilt which remind us of feelings wc might sooner forget; perhaps insects represent these areas because they live their life in our house and garden largely unseen, so depict thoughts and feelings occurring on the edge of consciousness. Also one’s children; if flying off, children leaving home. Wasp, hornets: painful emotions; feeling stung by remarks. Lice, par­asites: thoughts or sexual habits which are purely selfish or carry a health risk; feeling others are parasitical. Spider: often the dependent emotions and conflicts one feels ‘caught in’ connected with mother, any emotions you don’t want to ‘han­dle’, such as those surrounding a spouse leaving. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Jump

Daring; taking a risk; sometimes connected with fly­ing. Jumping to avoid: feeling of threat, anxiety, evasion tac­tics. Jumping off: getting out of a situation. Jumping at dreamer: unexpected; irritations. Idioms: one jump ahead, the high jump, jump at; running jump at yourself; jumping down one’s throat; jumping off place; jump out of one’s skin, jump the gun; jump the queue; jump to it; jump on the bandwagon, jump to conclusion. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Lucidity, Awake In Sleep

Sometimes in the practice of deep relaxation, meditation or sensory deprivation, our being enters into a state akin to sleep, yet we maintain a personal waking awareness. This is like a journey into a deep interior world of mind and body where our senses no longer function in their waking manner, where the brain works in a different way, and where awareness is introverted in a degree we do not usually experience. It can be a frightening world, simply because we are not accustomed to it. In a similar way a measure of waking awareness can arise while dreaming. This is called lucid dreaming. During it we can change or wilfully direct what is happening in the dream in a way not usual to the dream state.

Example: 4I had backed my car into a big yard, a commer­cial area. My wife, two of my sons and I got out of the car. As we stood in the yard talking I realised there was a motorbike where my car should be. I said to everyone, “There was a car here a moment ago, now it’s a motorbike. Do you know what that means? It means we are dreaming.” Mark my son was now with us, and my ex-wife. I asked them if they realised they were dreaming. They got very vague and didn’t reply. I asked them again and felt very clearly awake’ (William V). William’s is a fairly typical lucid dream, but there are features which it does not illustrate. During the days or weeks prior to a lucid dream, many people experience an increase in flying dreams.

The next example shows another common feature.

Example: In many of my dreams I become aware that I am dreaming. Also, if anything unpleasant threatens me in the dream I get away from it by waking myself (Alan). Lucidity often has this feature of enabling the dreamer to avoid un­pleasant elements of the dream.

The decision to avoid any unpleasant internal emotions is a common feature of a per­son’s conscious life, so this aspect of lucidity is simply a way of taking such a decision into the dream. Some writers even suggest it as a way of dealing with frightening dreams. Avoid­ance does not solve the problem, it simply pushes the emo­tion deeper into the unconscious where it can do damage more surreptitiously. Recent findings regarding suppressed gnef and stress, which connects them with a higher incidence of cancer, suggests that suppression is not a healthy way of dealing with feelings.

Another approach to lucidity is that it can be a son of playground where one can walk through walls, jump from high buildings and fly, change the sofa into an attractive lover, and so on. True, the realisation that our dream life is a differ­ent world and that it does have completely different principles at work than our waking world is imponant. Often people introven into their dream life the morals and fears which are only relevant to being awake in physical life.

To avoid a charging bull is cenainly imponant in waking life. In our dream life, though, to meet its charge is to integrate the enor­mous energy which the bull represents, an energy which is our own but which we may have been avoiding or running away’ from previously. Realising such simple differences revolutionises the way we relate to our own internal events and possibilities.

To treat lucid dreams as if they offered no other attainable expenence than to manipulate the dream en­vironment, or avoid an encounter, is to miss an amazing fea­ture of human potential.

Example: ‘In my dream I was watching a fern grow. It was small but opened out very rapidly. As I watched I became aware that the fern was simply an image representing a pro­cess occurring within myself which I grew increasingly aware of as I watched. Then I was fully awake in my dream and realised that my dream, perhaps any dream, was an expres­sion of actual and real events occurring in my body and mind. I felt enormous excitement, as if I were witnessing something of great importance’ (Francis P).

It is now acceptable, through the work of Freud, Jung and many others, to consider that within images of the dream lie valuable information about what is occurring within the dreamer, perhaps unconsciously. Strangely, though, it is almost never considered that one can have direct perception into this level of internal ‘events’ with­out the dream. What Francis describes is an experience of being on the cusp of symbols and direct perception. Consider­ing the enormous advantage of such direct information gath­ering, it is surprising it is seldom mentioned except in the writings of Corriere and Han, The Dream Makers.

Example: After defining why I had not woken in sleep recently, i.e. loss of belief, I had the following experience. I awoke in my sleep and began to see, without any symbols, that my attitudes and sleep movements expressed a feeling of restrained antagonism or irritation to my wife. I could also observe the feelings were arising from my discipline of sexual­ity. Realising I did not want those feelings I altered them and woke enough to turn towards her’ (Francis P). After the first of his direct perception dreams, Francis attempted to use this function again, resulting in the above, and other, such dreams. Just as classic dream interpretation says that the dream symbols represent psychobiological logical processes which might be uncovered by dream processing, what we see in Francis’ lucidity is a direct route to self insight, and through it a rapid personal growth to improved life experience. Such dreams provide not only psychological insight, but very fre­quently a direct perception of processes occurring in the body, as the following example illustrates.

Example: ‘Although deeply asleep I was wide awake with­out any shape or form. I had direct experience, without any pictures, of the action of the energies in my body. I had no awareness of body shape, only of the flow of activities in the organs. I checked over what I could observe, and noticed a tension in my neck was interfering with the flow and ex­change of energies between the head and trunk. It was also obvious from what I could see that the tension was due to an attitude I had to authority, and if the tension remained it could lead to physical ill health’ (Tony C).

An effective way to develop lucidity is frequently to con­sider the events of waking life as if they were a dream. Try to see events as one might see dream symbols. What do they mean in terms of one’s motivations, fears, personal growth? What do they suggest about oneself? For instance a person who works in a photographic darkroom developing films and prints might see they were trying to bnng to consciousness the latent—unconscious—side of themselves.

A banker might feel they were working at how best to deal with their sexual and personal resources. In this way one might actually apply what is said in this dream dictionary to one’s outer circumstances.

The second instruction is, on waking, at a convenient mo­ment, imagine oneself standing within one’s recent dream. As you get a sense of this dream environment, realise that you are taking waking awareness into the dream. From the standpoint of being fully aware of the dream action and events, what will you now do in and with the dream? Re-dream it with con­sciousness.

For example the things you run from in your nor­mal dreaming you could now face. See dream processing for fun her suggestions. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Mouse

Minor irritations; fears and worries, the mousy or timid part of self, the activities within us—our house—which go on unconsciously, which might be important though small, or gnaw away at one; the sexual organ, which goes in and out of a hole. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Needle

Penetrating insight; male sexuality; power to mend ills; irritations. Needle in body: sickness in body. Needlework: what one has made of oneself. Idioms: get the needle; needle in a haystack. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Nettle

Feeling stung by remarks; irritation, feeling nettled; sickness in the body; a difficult situation you may try to avoid, as in grasping the nettle’ or stung into action’. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Pepper

Warming up one’s emotions; livening up the situa­tion, irritation. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Pin

Small ideas, actions or information which, connected, help create something or hold things together, one’s connec­tion or emotional bond with things.

If stuck in: irritation or hurts; irritating or painful sexual intercourse. Idioms: for two pins; don’t care two pins; on pins and needles; pin back one’s ears; pin one’s hopes on; pin someone down; pin something on someone; pin money. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Splinter

Minor irritation; hurtful words or ideas; harboured ideas which bring negative feelings or pain. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Fly

Overstimulated nerves. Resistance, nervousness, and slight irritation, as in Flea. May also point to Flying. Small things that can be very annoying.

Folklore: Sign of an unsurmountable obstacle.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Phobias / Fears

Phobias and fears in dreams tend to signify feelings of inadequacy, uncertainty and lack of self-confidence in waking life. Every person will have their own unique fears but the list below contains the dream meanings of some common fears:

Accidents: Inability to focus on the here and now.

Aging: Lack of appreciation for the natural stages of life.

Alcohol: Doubts regarding your self-control.

Aloneness: Low self-esteem and the need for others to validate you.

Amnesia: Insecurity about your identity.

Animals: Basic instincts that are threatening to spill over into your waking life.

Ants: Inability to cooperate with others.

Bacteria: fear of being affected by others.

Baldness: fear of losing the ability to think clearly.

Beards: Suspicion over what someone is hiding.

Bedtime: Fear of dying before certain goals are accomplished.

Beggars: Fear of appearing helpless or difficult feelings when faced with another person’s neediness.

Birds: Fear of freedom or success.

Black/dark: Fear of what you do not understand.

Blindness: Dread of losing your perceptive skills.

Blood: Dread of losing your inner strength.

Blushing: Fear of embarrassment.

Body odor: Dread of offending others.

Books: Fear of the opinions or criticism of others.

Brain disease: Fear of losing your reason.

Buildings, high: Fear of being forced into a situation in which you feel you have no control.

Bullets: Fear of loss of self-control.

Burglars: Sense of vulnerability.

Buried alive: Fear that a pending plan will not have a chance to prove itself.

Cancer: Fear of negativity, poor health.

Cats: Fear of loss of independence.

Childbirth: Fear of change or new beginnings.

Children: Fear of the child within.

Clocks: Fear of falling behind in your schedule or commitments.

Clowns: Fear of letting your guard down.

Coitus/sex: Fear of getting close to another person.

Cold: Fear of becoming lazy or apathetic.

Color: Fear of standing out.

Computers: Fear of learning new things.

Confined spaces: Fear of getting into situations in which you feel trapped.

Constipation: Feeling unable to express yourself.

Cooking: Aversion to planning things.

Cross: Fear of being reminded of sacrifices you need to make or have made.

Dancing: Dislike of showing emotion.

Daylight: Fear of exposure.

Death/corpses: Refusal to accept reality.

Decisions: Fear of taking responsibility.

Demon/goblin: Fear of life’s negatives.

Dentists: Fear of someone changing your mind.

Disease: Fear of problems.

Doctor: Aversion to the opinions of others.

Dolls: Tendency to look at the motives of others with suspicion.

Electricity: Dislike of control from anyone but yourself.

Empty rooms: Suggests lack of vision.

Fat/gaining weight: Fear of loss of self-control.

Fire: Fear of emotional outbursts.

Fish: Revulsion towards anything associated with religion or spiritual growth.

Floods: Fear of being emotionally overwhelmed.

Flowers: Denial of your talents.

Flying: Fear of expressing your opinions.

Food: Fear of nourishing an aspect of yourself.

Gay/lesbian: Fear of human diversity or traits different to yourself.

Ghosts: Fear of your past returning to haunt you.

Gold: Inability to handle money.

Hallowe’en: Dread of discovering hidden aspects of another person’s character.

Heat: This suggests procrastination and the avoidance of challenge.

Heights: Reluctance to advance due to fear of failure.

Hell: Fear of depression.

Horses: Fear of others seeing your own wild nature.

Hospitals: Fear of change.

Houses: Fears about personal security.

Hurricanes/tornados: Aversion to fanaticism.

Injections: Fear of the new and different invading your personal space.

Insanity: Fear of losing grip on reality.

Insects: Inability to deal with life’s irritations.

Jumping: Fear of becoming impatient.

Lightning/thunder: Reluctance to experience new insights.

Machinery: desire to avoid assistance.

Medicine: Lack of trust.

Men: Distrust of men or problems accepting masculine traits within yourself.

Mice: Worry over something invading or upsetting your routine.

Mirrors: Apprehension over facing yourself or knowing yourself.

Money: Avoidance of responsibility.

Myths: Fear of hearing the truth about a situation.

Night: This implies someone with an overactive imagination.

Noise: Someone who is easily distracted.

Old people: Fear of aging or mortality.

Open spaces: Fear of exposure.

Opposite sex: Being out of touch with your opposite gender characteristics.

Outer space: Feeling helpless and weightless.

Pain: Fear of being hurt in waking life.

Performing: Panic about being watched or judged.

Plant: Fear of not using your natural talents and not measuring up to expectations.

Railways/trains: Fear of not being able to change direction.

Relatives: Fear of others knowing things about you.

Reptiles: Fear of what you do not understand.

Ridicule: Fear of being criticized.

School: Fear of the inability to reach your potential.

Shadows: Suspicions about all sorts of things.

Snakes: Fear of what you do not understand.

Speaking aloud: Fear of being criticized for speaking your mind.

Speed: The need to take things slower.

Spiders: Fear of being manipulated by others.

Stairs: Fear of moving forward.

Stuttering: Fear of not being able to express yourself.

Swallowing: Fear of being gullible.

Technology: Distrust over advancements.

Telephones: Aversion to communication without being able to read the other’s body language.

Tests: Trepidation about your ability or competence; fear of failure.

Tombstones: Fear of facing your mortality.

Ugliness: Inability to face reality.

Walking: Fear of being independent.

Wind: Fear of showing emotion.

Women: Fear of not being accepted by others or inability to accept feminine traits within yourself.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Fleas

1- Fleas are an irritation, and in dreams signify just that. There may be people or situations in our lives which arc causing us difficulty, or that we feel are being parasites, and we need to go through a process of decontamination in order to be free.

2- We may be aware that we are not being treated properly and that people who should be our friends are not being fair.

3- Fleas are symbolic of the type of evil which is likely to hurt, rather than destroy such as gossip.

The dreamer should be aware that he has the ability to deal with it.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Hay

1- In previous times, for many the hayfield represented fun. relaxation and irresponsibility.

Nowadays it is more likelv to represent irritation as in hay fever and an unknown quality.

To dream of hay is probably to be looking at a practical aspect within ourselves. It may be the ability to provide shelter and sustenance for others.

2- Happy memories and good feelings may be represented in dreams by stereotyped romantic scenarios where those feelings need to be reproduced.

3- Summer and the feeling of warmth and happiness it generates are connected with spiritual progress.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Needle

1- In dreams needles suggest irritations, but can also signify the power to heal through penetration.

A concept or knowledge has to be introduced from the outside, which may hurt, but will ultimately make us better from the inside.

2- The ability to have some penetrating insights about our own state can help us to cope with everyday- life. It will depend if the needles are being used by us or on us.

3- The needle can suggest masculine sexuality, but also the type of penetrating insight which changes our view of life.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Nettle

1- A nettle in a dream suggests that there is a difficult situation which will have to be avoided. There may be irritation, particularly if we are not interacting with others or with the environment we are in.

A patch of nettles could also suggest difficulty in communication if we arc in the middle of it. Others round us may be using words or circumstances to hurt us. Nettles in a dream can also signify a worthless transaction: lI got stung’.

2- Nettles are wild plants with the quality of irritating the skin. This svmbolism can come across in / dreams as having allowed ourselves to be over-stimulated by a display of wild behaviour. This may be sexually, but could be in other ways as well, such as through dance. There is a point at which there is loss of control. Nettles can also suggest a kind of healing, both through the vitamins and minerals they contain when eaten, and also because they can be used to stimulate the system through external application. Folk medicine often suggested applying poultices of nettles to stimulate the blood supply.

3- In spiritual terms, nettle is supposed to be a specific against danger.

It is also used in purification rituals. Fresh nettles are reputed to aid a sick person’s recovery.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Splinter

1- In dreams, a splinter can represent a minor irritation.

It is something which has penetrated our defences and is now making us uncomfortable. Splinters may represent painful words or ideas. YVc may be holding on to ideas which cause negative feelings.

2- To be part of a splinter group in a dream suggests feeling sufficiently strongly about something to break away from mainstream thought.

To hit something which splinters is to rccognisc that we are all composed of parts which make a whole.

3- The sense of belonging to a group of like-minded people can only come after we have recognised our isolation or, in some cases, fragmentation.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Castanets

You will suffer many minor irritations.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Deaf

If you dream that you are deaf, it means you will quickly be relieved of all your worries.

If you are trying to talk to someone who is deaf, you will experience a number of minor irritations.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Fleas

Small irritations. Small problems in your business and private affairs. See also Insects.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Fingers

(see Body, Hand, Rings)

Pointing at someone or something represents an accusation. Alternatively, in a magical setting this may symbolize directing power toward an intended goal.

A finger to the lips indicates silence as the best course of action right now. Hold your words and use this time to think things through.

Raising the two central fingers is a protective emblem from classical times, averting the influence of the “evil eye.” Consider from what or whom you feel the need to protect yourself and why.

Clenched fingers reflect tension or anger that has not been directed constructively.

The central finger of the hand is an emblem of the phallus, which actually dates back to Rome when prostitutes used it to beckon their customers. This usage slowly changed to our modern insult. Tlie question here is to whom is the insult directed and why?

Crossed fingers symbolize your wishes and hopes.

Fingernails have several implications. First, they were a common component for magical spells to gain power over another. Second, depending on how they’re used in the dream, these can be a kind of weapon. In addition, fingernails over a blackboard reveal irritations.... The Language of Dreams

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Oyster

(see Seashell)

Because of the chance of finding a pearl here, a type of treasure dream.

The shell of this creature equates to ainnor or obstacles to intimacy 7 .

Life’s little irritations helping you to develop wisdom and patience. Pearls in an oyster are actually formed due to the irritation in the skin caused by a grain of sand or dirt.... The Language of Dreams

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Confetti

To dream of being sprinkled by confetti is an augury of minor irritations that will aifect your disposition if you let them.... The Complete Dream Book

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Holly

A dream of this Christmas plant foretells good fortune and ease, but with many small irritations.... The Complete Dream Book

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Lard

You will put to shame anyone who has been an irritation to you if you dream of using lard.... The Complete Dream Book

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Mice

Petty irritations will be yours if you dream of seeing or catching mice in a trap.... The Complete Dream Book

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Parsley

Petty irritations are to be expected after a dream of seeing food garnished with parsley.... The Complete Dream Book

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