Kissing Sister Law Passionately | Dream Meaning

The keywords of this dream: Kissing Sister Law Passionately

26 dream interpretations related to the symbols you see in your dreams.

Sister

See “relative”... sister dream meaning

Kissing

Symbolic of love, affection, and intimacy, Song. 1:1-2... kissing dream meaning

Father In Law

To dream of your father-in-law, denotes contentions with friends or relatives.

To see him well and cheerful, foretells pleasant family relations.... father in law dream meaning

Law

Revealed to adhere... law dream meaning

Mother-in-law

To dream of your mother-in-law, denotes there will be pleasant reconciliations for you after some serious disagreement.

For a woman to dispute with her mother-in-law, she will find that quarrelsome and unfeeling people will give her annoyance. ... mother-in-law dream meaning

Sister In Law

To dream of your sister-in-law symbolizes attributes that the both of you may have in common. Also, contemplate the bond that you both share.

If you are arguing with your sister-in-law, it may imply that you refuse to accept that you both have certain aspects or attributes in common.... sister in law dream meaning

In-law

In regard to the law... in-law dream meaning

Brother In-law

Having a brother in-law in a dream and particularly for someone who does not have in-laws means strength, peace and tranquility.... brother in-law dream meaning

Brother / Sister

(1) If your brother or sister appears in a dream you have to decide whether the dream is saying something about your actual brother or sister and your relationship with him or her, or whether vour brother or sister stands in the dream symbolically for something else - some part of yourself.

If the former is the case, it may be obvious to you: recent encounters with your brother or sister, or some piece of news about him or her may be recognized as prompting the dream. Always be on the look-out, though, for those dreams where a brother or sister plavs a symbolic role. The dream source may choose its materials - its images - from your recent external experiences, but what those dream images represent is nearly always some part of yourself. So please read on.

(2) In early childhood a brother or sister is a natural object of jealousy and hatred. In the eyes of a small child the mother may seem to be favouring his or her sibling. When a second child is bom, the firstborn is especially likely to develop hostile feelings towards the new’ rival for mother’s attention and affection. Sometimes w’e carrv such jealous grievances (at an unconscious level) into adult life, w’here they continue to affect our behaviour and attitudes.

It is then imperative that w’e sort them out, face up to them, acknowledge them for w’hat they are, and so liberate ourselves from their damaging influence (see (3) below, second paragraph, on projections).

(3) An elder brother or sister (brother for a male dreamer, sister for a female dreamer) may represent your ‘other self (‘alter ego’), that side of your personality that has so far been neglected and undeveloped. Jung called it ‘the Shadow’’. We start adult life w’ith a self-image that is usually some sort of compromise between what w’e w’ant to be or do and w’hat parents or society at large seems to require of us.

If this self-image corresponds to our actual abilities, all may be well for a while; but a time mav come w hen wre need to give attention to other facets of our (potential) self. These other facets - our Shadow- - will show- themselves to us in dreams; and one form they take in dreams is that of an elder brother or sister.

People often project their shadow- on to a sibling of the same sex as themselves; and if it is not projected, it may express itself in all kinds of aw kward and embarrassing ways - astonishing rudeness, for example, or other antisocial behaviour. The contrast between your conscious ego and your alter ego mav be as startling as that between Jekvll and Hyde. Don’t be alarmed, though: remember alw-ays that your unconscious is vour ally - vour best friend - and even the most frightening or appalling things that reveal themselves in dreams as parts of vour unconscious are frightening or appalling, first, because of their unfamiliaritv and / or secondly, because, having been neglected and locked away in the dark, they tend to behave like a neglected child and mav become mutinous (on this phenomenon, see Demon). Pay proper attention and proper respect to them, and their threatening features will disappear; they will prove themselves valuable supplements to vour personal equipment for coping with life and achieving full satisfaction and wholeness. Introduce them into your consciousness, identify them and their needs, and give them a controlled and appropriate part to play in your waking life.

Incidentally, one test you can apply to check whether you have a neglected shadow-self is to ask yourself if there is some characteristic that you particularly dislike in other people (particularly your partner): a domineering tendency’, perhaps, or an over-liberal attitude, or whatever.

If there is (and of course you need a lot of honesty’ to admit this), then that characteristic is likely to belong to your shadow-self. We tend to project on to other people the dark, ‘nasty5 things that live in our own unconscious.

If something is going wrong in our life, we tend to put the blame on to other people, the government, or our parents; we look for some scapegoat to carry the blame. The blame, how ever, is ours, because we have not put our own house in order: we have not paid due attention to the demands of our unconscious and have not allowed our ‘other self proper scope for expression in our life.

(4) When a female dreams of a brother, or a male dreams of a sister, the brother / sister may represent w’hat Jung called the ‘soul-image’, w’hich is the masculine side of a woman’s personality (her animus) or the feminine side of a man’s personality (his anima). There would seem to be very basic differences between man and woman arising out of different biological functions (as well as less basic differences that owe their existence to social conditioning). There are w’hat have traditionally been called feminine qualities and capacities (such as gentleness, a caring disposition, creativeness, cooperativencss and relatedness, intuition) and, similarly, what have been called masculine qualities (such as aggressiveness and competitiveness, rationality’, and a tendency to analyse and look for differences). However, it is widclv accepted nowadays among psychotherapists that the male psyche also contains feminine qualities and the female psyche also contains masculine qualities, albeit often dormant and neglected, or repressed.

If you arc a man, do you admire the ‘masculine’ tv pc of woman? If vou do, vou may be in need of redressing the balance in vour psyche: vour feminine side

has possibly swamped your masculinity, and you now need to promote the latter. In your case, the anima will be rather masculine. This is just one instance of a general rule: the animus / anima will have the opposite characteristics to the conscious self-image.

Either male or female dreamers may find themselves in a dream in an heroic relationship to an anima / animus figure. A man may, in a dream, rescue a damsel in distress; a woman may waken a dead prince with a kiss. These should be seen as invitations to incorporate your anima / animus into vour conscious functioning, to rescue it from oblivion and neglect: to make Cinderella or the Frog-Prince your partner in life. Personal wholeness cannot be achieved without this. See also Cinderella, Frog, section (3), Marriage.

(5) A sister in a man’s dream or a brother in a woman’s dream may take the dreamer into some frightening abyss, to the bottom of the sea, or into a dark forest. This may represent the man’s anima or the woman’s animus leading the ego into the unconscious, to discover, for example, the deep emotional causes of a psychosomatic illness; the repressed rage that lies at the bottom of a chronic boredom; or the fount of energy or wisdom that can furnish a more fully satisfying existence. Literary and mythological representations of this can be found in the examples of Beatrice, who led Dante safely into hell and out again, and Ariadne, whose thread enabled Theseus to find his way out of the Cretan labyrinth after slaying the Minotaur. Both hell and labyrinths are symbols of the unconscious. See also Labyrinth, Monster, Underworld.

(6) Sometimes the anima / animus figure in a dream may appear in some way hostile or threatening. For example, in a man’s dream the anima may take the form of an enchantress, a femme fatale, seducing men into a lake or ocean. The watery depths may be seen as symbolizing the depths of the unconscious. The meaning of such a dream may be that the dreamer needs to explore his other - unconscious - self, despite (or, more accurately, because of) its frightening and threatening aspect. Water, however, is a symbol of the feminine, too. The meaning of the dream, therefore, might be that die dreamer is too heavily fixated on his mother and needs to liberate himself by asserting his masculinity and independence; in extreme cases the man might be in danger of being “possessed’ or ‘swallowed up’ by the feminine within his psyche. Such a dream may be, however, not a warning, but an invitation: the unconscious may be urging the man to get on better terms - equal terms - with the feminine side of his psyche. Give your anima / animus equality, and it will cease from its mutinous attempts to take over the whole of your psyche.

In the case of a woman, a dream may contain a male seducer: some Pied Piper animus figure. Again, the dreamer will have to decide whether such a dream is a warning or an invitation: a warning against being carried away by her masculinity (perhaps she has not resolved her early father fixation), or an invitation to discover and utilize her neglected masculinity. Commonsense and, above all, honesty should guide her to the correct understanding of the dream; and in any case, bear in mind what was said above about giving equality to the anima / animus.

(7) The unconscious compensates the conscious mind. It contains those qualities and capacities which the conscious mind lacks. In this sense it is the opposite of the conscious mind; hence its otherness, its alien appearance.

It follows, therefore, that the image that represents anima or animus in a dream may be the opposite of the psychological type to which the dreamer belongs. For example, if you are a woman of the intellectual type (i.e. if thinking is your strong point at the conscious level), your animus may be represented in dreams as a sentimental type (a romantic Don Juan, for instance).

If you are a sentimental woman (moved at the conscious level mainly by feelings - including moral feelings), your animus may show itself as a bearded professor or other intellectual figure.

If you are an intuitive woman (an artist, for instance), your animus mav take a muscular he-man form in dreams (the sensational type, functioning most strongly at the sensory level).

(8) If brother and sister appear together in a dream, this may symbolize either the tension of opposites, or the union of opposites. The opposites are the conscious and the unconscious contents of the psyche. Their union and interfusion are the means by which the self- the true self that is already within you but waits to be unfolded - is realized.

The appearance of this symbol will usually be an auspicious sign, meaning that, despite all appearances to the contrary, there is within you a latent and attainable order and harmony. But of course you - the conscious ego - must make that latent order real by paying loving attention to the needs of your unconscious opposite (like the prince who wakes the sleeping beauty with an embrace).... brother / sister dream meaning

Daughter-in-law

To dream of your daughter-in-law, indicates some unusual occurence{sic} will add to happiness, or disquiet, according as she is pleasant or unreasonable. ... daughter-in-law dream meaning

Law And Lawsuits

To dream of engaging in a lawsuit, warns you of enemies who are poisoning public opinion against you.

If you know that the suit is dishonest on your part, you will seek to dispossess true owners for your own advancement.

If a young man is studying law, he will make rapid rise in any chosen profession.

For a woman to dream that she engages in a law suit, means she will be calumniated, and find enemies among friends. See Judge and Jury. ... law and lawsuits dream meaning

Step-sister

To dream of a step-sister, denotes you will have unavoidable care and annoyance upon you.... step-sister dream meaning

Kissing A Snake

(See Weasel)... kissing a snake dream meaning

Marriage To One’s Mother, Sister Etc.

If a person dreams that he is marrying his mother, sister or any such person with whom marriage is forbidden is Islam-and such a dream is seen in any of the sacred months of Thil-Qa’dah, Thil-Hijjah, Muiharram or Rajab-it means he will proceed to Makkah and Madeenah. But if such a dream is not seen in any of the said months it means he will treat his relatives with kindness and serve them well.

If his relationship with them was estranged, it will be re-established.... marriage to one’s mother, sister etc. dream meaning

Brother And Sister

A fight breaks out among brothers or sisters: fortune strikes • You go separate way with your brother or sister: you’ll have a bad quarrel with someone ... brother and sister dream meaning

Law, Lawyers

A dream forecasting heavy business losses; after this dream be careful about entering into bargains or contracts (Raphael). ... law, lawyers dream meaning

Sister / Nurse

See Illness and dependency.

The feminine side of the dreamer, the emotional side. According to Steckel and Freud, breasts.... sister / nurse dream meaning

Law, Lawsuit, Or Lawyer

An omen of serious business troubles ahead of you. Do not start upon any fresh or hastily-considered plan, for the stars do not foretell your success. Do not lend money, for you will not receive it again, nor should you spend too freely after such a dream.... law, lawsuit, or lawyer dream meaning

Law (and Lawyers)

To dream of being involved with the law predicts some disagreeable business experiences.

If you retained a lawyer in your dream, you are being warned against carelessness in money matters.

To dream of winning a lawsuit is an omen of contrary; you are likely to be on the losing side of a serious difference of opinion.

A dream of being sued is a warning against casual love affairs.

To dream of being a lawyer augurs unexpected good news.... law (and lawyers) dream meaning

Kiss, Kissing

Symbol: A kiss repA:sents love, respect, friendship, unity, and forgiveness.

Vision: Dreaming about kisses indicates unfulfilled love with a hint of eroticism. Dreaming you are kissing a stranger (man or woman): is a warning that a short-lived acquaintance will bring you nothing but trouble. Kissing a person you know: the relationship to that person will get even better. Kissing your mother you are longing for tenderness. Kissing in old person: disappointment in a love relationship.

Depth Psychology: Kisses mean that you long for love, tenderness, affection. or passion.... kiss, kissing dream meaning

Law, Lawyer

Guidance, teacher, higher self. Help available if you ask. See Attorney.... law, lawyer dream meaning

Law Court / Prison

A law court in a dream may make you focus on your capacity to make fair judgments in complicated matters concerning work, friends or family members. It may also highlight your feelings of being on trial in waking life, or a sense of guilt about having broken a promise, or a moral or social law. Perhaps you are anxious about being judged by others or feel that there something that you should be punished for.

If you find yourself bundled into prison in your dream, perhaps with the clang of heavy gates swinging shut in your ears, this may be drawing a parallel with your sense of confinement in waking life. So, if you have any kind of dream about prisons or being jailed, ask yourself who or what is restricting your freedom in waking life. Do you feel suffocated emotionally by your partner or parents, or do you feel trapped in a dead-end job? Or has your own shyness locked you into a self-made prison in the waking world?... law court / prison dream meaning

The Law

Dreams of being tried or sentenced by a judge or law court express feelings of guilt about something you have thought, said or done in waking life. But if you feel you are innocent and your dream portrays you as guilty, this represents your waking sense of indignation that you have been a victim of injustice or feel that you have been judged unfairly. If, however, you played the part of the judge in your dream, pay attention to who was on trial and what they were on trial for. Try to see if there are any parallels with your waking life.

If you were part of a jury in your dream, you may feel that you are part of a collective judgment in waking life or that you have joined in with others in judging someone else.

If you were locked in a cell by a jailer you recognize, consider whether or not that person is restricting your freedom in waking life.

If the jailer is unknown, what part of yourself are you locking away? If you are a jailer or prison officer, who did you arrest and who did they represent? If the person was unknown, could you be acting as your own jailer and restricting your personal growth with fears and inhibitions? If, in your dream, you are playing a game and the umpire or referee makes what you feel is an unfair decision, this may concern someone who has authority over you in real life whom you feel is not treating you fairly. If, however, you are the umpire or the referee and are struggling to impose your authority, this may mirror your struggle in waking life to keep peace between warring aspects within yourself, or a group of people with whom you are living or working.... the law dream meaning

Rule Or Law

A rule or law can represent: A rule set forth by an authority in your real life.

A societal norm, or a rule you feel is generally accepted by others.

A self-guiding principle or other rule you’ve chosen to use yourself.

A feeling or fear of a threat or punishment.

Authority, or a specific authority figure in your life.

See also: Authority Figure; Blaming; Blamed, Being; Judge; Police; Religion; Justice; Crime; Decision, Someone Else’s; Disobeying; Demand... rule or law dream meaning

Son-in-law

1. Minister involved in another church; yourself;

2. Believer not free in the Spirit (bound by law). Tit. 3:9-10.... son-in-law dream meaning

Law Enforcement

lucky numbers: 05-16-21-30-38-49

aiding and abetting a fugitive: the cops are not after you; set out on your own adventure.

being a, officer: wil have obstacles to overcome, not that you have a goal.

bailiff: clean up unfinished business, the poison of public opinion.

bondsman, a: wil soon be free of duties you have been forced to assume.

fugitive from justice, being a: violent confrontation with family forum.

innocent, being: are a passionate person whose opinions get distorted in others’ minds.

knowing you’re not: wil be exposed at a crucial point in an important position.

lynching, taking part in a: death to freedom; what you have done wil be done to you.

observing a: disgrace among your peers, that you made no step to bar.

something is impounded: wil seek to expropriate another’s possessions for yourself. ... law enforcement dream meaning