Dream Interpretation Nature preserve | Dream Meanings


Enjoying the beauty of a nature preserve may represent concerns about the protection of your sacred space or your sacred authentic nature from the litter-filled experiences that pollute or damage your beauty.

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Nature Preserve | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Nature Preserve

Examples Of The Nature And Characteristics Of Things

A date tree. This may be interpreted as total goodness and virtue since the date tree is regarded as a tree constituting total goodness as is known from the hadeeth. One the other hand a walnut tree may be interpreted as a person who is deceptive as well as quarrelsome. Why? Because it is by nature very hard and its core cannot be attained until broken or split open.

The nature of birds is to fly. Therefore, the one towards whom a bird is associated may be said to be traveling very often and widely.

A peacock may be interpreted as a wealthy non-Arab king who adopts much embellishments and who has many followers.

The same applies to a royal white falcon or eagle. But if it is a crow or a magpie, it represents an evil person.

As shown in the above examples, the Mu’abbir should be able to drawn analogies before interpreting a dream.

If he does so, he will be rightly-guide, by the will of Allah.

And Guidance is from Allah alone.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Examples Of The Nature And Characteristics Of Things

A date tree. This may be interpreted as total goodness and virtue since the date tree is regarded as a tree constituting total goodness as is known from the hadeeth. One the other hand a walnut tree may be interpreted as a person who is deceptive as well as quarrelsome. Why? Because it is by nature very hard and its core cannot be attained until broken or split open.

The nature of birds is to fly. Therefore, the one towards whom a bird is associated may be said to be traveling very often and widely.

A peacock may be interpreted as a wealthy non-Arab king who adopts much embellishments and who has many followers.

The same applies to a royal white falcon or eagle. But if it is a crow or a magpie, it represents an evil person.

As shown in the above examples, the Mu’abbir should be able to drawn analogies before interpreting a dream.

If he does so, he will be rightly-guide, by the will of Allah.

And Guidance is from Allah alone. ... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Life-preserver

Figurative of the spiritual protection one wears; see “armor”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Marmalade, Preserves

Depth Psychology: The image of marmalade refers to your past efforts and work in “preserving” the “fruits of your labor,” so they will nourish vou in the future. See Fruit.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Mother Nature

To dream of mother nature is positive, symbolizing good friendships and a coming end to present worries.... My Dream Interpretation

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Nature

1. A need or desire to commune with nature.

2. A desire for “wildness,” to lose some of the constraints of society.

3. A mes­sage from baser instincts or intuition, usually about social situa­tions.

4. Regarding behavioral traits, emotional turmoil will be lifted (as in “good-natured”). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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New American Dream Dictionary

Nature

To dream of nature symbolizes independence, serenity, restoration, and rebirth. It stands for practiced and articulated internal instincts. You are very much in touch with your inner self.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Nature

A dream of being in nature is about renewal, freedom, and reconnecting with what enlivens and inspires you.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Nature

If you dream of being in nature and noticing many green trees, you will soon be released from worry.

If you mainly noticed the height of the trees, the dream signifies success but only after a time of difficulty.

If you were alone and scared, you will be let down by someone you rely on.

If you felt happy and content, the dream is a positive omen of happiness and peaceful friendships.... My Dream Interpretation

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Nature

Haven for rest, rejuvenation and restoration of body, mind and spirit.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Nature

Nature symbolizes life-giving forces—freedom, restoration, renewal. It suggests that one’s basic instincts are experienced and expressed. Peace, calmness, simplicity, and tranquility can be denoted by this symbol.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Nature And The Seasons

Dreams that feature images of natural settings relate to those parts of your being that are natural or not molded by conscious ambitions and desires.

In the earliest religions, nature was thought to be alive with a multitude of spirits. The nature spirits were worshipped in order to maintain a harmony with them. Civilization and the advance of technology have inhibited our contact with those elemental energies and spirits. Your dreaming mind may, however, take you on a journey to the realm of nature spirits where you can explore or confront various elements of your unconscious. To go into nature in your dreams is therefore to go into the wilderness of your unconscious where you will encounter primordial instincts. For Freudians, these basic instincts would be sexual, whilst Jung would see natural settings as symbolic of the nurturing but sometimes harsh mother archetype.

Dreams of nature may also reflect your sense of being grounded or connected to Mother Earth. The dream environment may represent your core essence, unaffected by personality traits, your bare nature or something that comes naturally to you and is second nature. Finally, the great outdoors is usually seen as a surrounding that is supposed to bring relaxation and have a calming, nurturing effect on people; your dream may therefore be prompting you to take some time out from your busy routine. See also ELEMENTS; FLOWERS; PLACES; TREES; WEATHER.

Natural Features... The Element Encyclopedia

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Nature Preserve

Enjoying the beauty of a nature preserve may represent concerns about the protection of your sacred space or your sacred authentic nature from the litter-filled experiences that pollute or damage your beauty.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Preserve

See protect / protection... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Preserve / Pickle

To dream that you are eating marmalade or preserves reflects a tendency to maintain fundamental elements of something, not losing sight of all of an issue’s various factors. To dream that you are making marmalade denotes an unhappy domestic life. To dream that you are eating jam signifies a troubling situation but, by contrast, to dream that you are making jam suggests a happy home life. Consider also the pun ‘caught in a jam’, which means that you may find yourself in something of a fix. To dream that you are eating jelly or jelly beans refers to small blessings that may be overlooked in waking life. A jelly roll suggests a person who is superficial and frivolous. To see a pickle or gherkin in your dream signifies some anxiety, fear or realization that must be faced, accepted or resolved. Are you in a pickle in the real world? Alternatively, a pickle may be seen as a symbol for the penis.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Preserved Tablet

(See Tablet)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Preserves

That which has been kept in a safe state to use at the proper time; research contents... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Preserves

Ajar of preserves in a dream means adversities, distress, or it could represent repayment of one’s debts.

(Also see Fruit pickle; Gherkins; Pickles)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Signature

Personal endorsement... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Signature

1. One is admitting responsibility for something.

2. One approves of something.

3. One is not afraid to reveal everything about oneself. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Signature

Agreement; what you will. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Signature

If it is about the dreamer’s own signature, it points to his identity. What was signed and what effect did the signature have? If it is the signature of somebody else, get to know that person better.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Little Giant Encyclopedia

Signature

1- Our signature in a dream suggests that we have an appreciation of ourselves. We arc prepared to recognise who we are and to make our mark in the world.

2- At those times when we are arranging legal matters or agreements, but are actually not sure if we are doing the right thing, our signature can appear in dreams as obliterated or illegible.

3- Spiritually our signature is a reflection of ourselves.

It is a representation of who we perceive ourselves to be.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Signature

Loyal companions will uphold you at all times.... Mystic Dream Book

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Signature

If you dream of your signature, then this signifies a desire to do things your way, with your unique your style and flair.

If you dream of signing a document, then this means you’ve given your consent, commitment, agreement; and seal of approval.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Signature

See writing... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Signature

To see your signature in your dream is positive, representing your ability to take charge and be responsible for your own destiny. Signatures other than your own symbolize long-term loyalty from friends.... My Dream Interpretation

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Signature

Putting your signature to anything in a... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Signature

Individuality, self-expression. Look up name under Alphabet and Numbers.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Signature

A signature is a symbol of commitment. Signing a document emphasizes the need to strengthen an uncertain situation. Not signing it indicates insecurity and fear of commitment. Wanting to sign but failing to do so can be interpreted as a sign of dissatisfaction with your own intellectual abilities.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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The Nature Of Sleep

What is sleep exactly? Although we know that all creatures that live sleep, and although science has diligently studied sleep in many sleep laboratories around the world, sleep itself—and its by-product, dreams—remains something of a mystery.

As I mentioned, you spend about a third of your life sleeping. If you have a life span of seventy-five years, you’ll be asleep for twenty-five of those years. Imagine! Yet, despite the prevalence and common experience of sleep, only recently did science begin to understand what it is all about.

Although dreaming and its causes are still a matter for speculation, brain wave studies provide important information about sleep itself. In a normal night, a person passes through four different stages of sleep, identifiable by brain wave patterns, eye movements, and muscle tension.

In the first stage, the pattern of the brain waves goes from what is known as beta, or normal waking consciousness, to alpha, the first step into sleep. The beta phase is 13 to 26 cps (cycles per second, the speed of the oscillations in the brain wave cycle), during which you are awake and fully functioning, studying, working, socializing. The alpha phase is 8 to 13 cps, a state of deep relaxation during which you are still aware of your surroundings, whether with eyes open or closed. It is the precursor to sleep and the stage reached during light meditation. Alpha is the sort of somnolent state we might go into on a long train ride when we have been staring out the window at a monotonous landscape for hours and are lulled by boredom and inactivity.

During the alpha stage, heart and pulse rates slow down, blood pressure drops slightly, and so does temperature. Your muscles are in a relaxed condition and you experience mental “drifting.” Images described as hypnogogic may float through your mind, seemingly unrelated to anything or else variations of what you were thinking or doing just before going to bed. These hypnogogic images can be vivid, as if drug-induced. Sometimes these images are quite meaningful and may startle you back to the beta state. When this happens, you may experience your muscles jumping back to the ready-to-go stage, a common happening that is called the myoclonic jerk.

Stage three is called theta and is represented by 4 to 8 cps, the same rate you display during periods of intense daydreaming (when you can actually forget where you are) or deep meditation. This stage of abstractedness is sometimes called a brown study. In the theta state, you are neither fully awake nor fully asleep. Yet you are in a light slumber, and, if not disturbed, you will fall asleep. The brain wave pattern of theta is characterized by rapid bursts of brain activity. Sleep researchers believe that theta is truly a sleep state, but when disrupted out of this state many subjects report that they were not asleep but merely “thinking.”

Researchers believe that it is during the theta stage that most dreams occur.

Dreams are recognizable to an observer by what is called rapid eye movement, or REM. The eyeballs move back and forth like someone watching a tennis match under their closed lids. Researchers originally discovered REM by watching cats sleep, and if you observe either a cat or a person sleeping, you will notice their eyes moving back and forth. A cat or dog may twitch as if running, but during REM a human’s muscles are virtually paralyzed. The period of REM ordinarily lasts for several minutes at a time, switching on and off. If you awaken during a REM period, you will most likely remember your dreams easily and in great detail.

“Dreaming liberates perception, enlarging the scope of what can be perceived.”
Carlos Castaneda,

The Art of Dreaming

The last stage is delta; at 0 to 4 cps, it is the slowest and is evident during the deepest part of the sleep cycle. This is the state when you are totally out and even a ringing telephone or alarm clock may not wake you. Teens often experience this deepest level of sleep in the early morning hours, which is why they are often hard to wake up for school. Teens actually do better when allowed to sleep late: you function better, learn better, and generally feel better when you are able to “sleep yourself out.” It’s unfortunate that teens are often mandated an early rising time for school or even before-school activities, such as sports practice. It’s not only how much you sleep, apparently, but also when you get your sleep that counts.

People awakened from the delta stage of sleep will feel disoriented and only half awake, and they will want nothing more than to go back to sleep. If, for example, a need to visit the bathroom wakes you from a delta sleep, you may bump into the furniture or the walls, even though you know your way around. During delta, there are no eye movements. It is also the time that sleepwalking occurs. As most everyone knows, a sleepwalker can move around unerringly, as if awake, and should be left alone unless he or she is in danger. If not awakened, sleepwalkers almost always make their way back to bed without a problem, and when they do wake up they have no memory of their nighttime excursions.

An average complete sleep cycle lasts about three hours. For the first hour and a half of the cycle the sleeper moves from a waking state to light sleep to REM sleep to deep dreamless sleep. The cycle reverses itself in the second half, returning upward (so to speak) from the deep sleep of delta to the lighter theta- alpha stages. As brain activity rises, so do blood pressure, pulse, and temperature. In warm weather, you may be awakened by feeling hot as your body temperature returns to normal. This is always a clue that you are in the process of waking up, and it’s a good sign to be aware of so that you will focus on your dreams and be ready to take notes on them.

Every night you go through three or four complete sleep cycles of ninety minutes each. The first REM period of the night lasts five to ten minutes. During each cycle, the REM is repeated, lasting longer as the night progresses, while the time between the cycles gets shorter. Your last REM can be as long as an hour, and this is prime dreamtime with excellent chances for good recall of your dreams. What this means in practical terms is that, if you sleep for seven hours straight, half of your dreamtime will occur during the two hours before you wake up in the morning. An additional hour of sleep will give you an additional hour of dreaming! This is a powerful argument for getting to bed early enough to get eight hours of continuous sleep. Of course, these figures are based on laboratory averages and may not hold true for every person—you are an individual and will sleep and dream in your own way. I have found that I dream twice as much as the average reported by sleep studies, sometimes with less sleep than the average, sometimes with more.

None of these states of consciousness—beta, alpha, theta, delta—are foreign to us. We cycle through all four of them during the course of twenty-four hours, slipping in and out of them, mostly without noticing. For example, during normal beta wakefulness, you may drift off into a daydream or reverie, thinking about tonight’s date or tomorrow’s picnic, and enter the alpha phase for a while. The phone rings, or a friend speaks to you, and you snap back into the beta state.

Or you could be driving your car along a monotonous route with little to pay attention to and slip for a few moments into the theta phase (lots of people fall asleep at the wheel for a few seconds and then quickly recover) only to flip back into beta as you see a sharp curve up ahead or hear another car honking. Everyone has had the experience of “dropping off” for a couple of seconds during ordinary everyday activities (or, perhaps, lack of activity).

For those who want to pursue dream studies, it’s important to pay attention to these alpha-theta states. There is a twilight zone where you are neither asleep nor awake but are alert to slight disturbances. It’s here you may catch a dream as it is forming, and it is in this state that you are best able to give yourself instructions for remembering your dreams-to-come and for “programming” dreams to fulfill specific purposes.

Use the following exercise to track your own personal sleep patterns. Following the format given here, keep a record of your sleep habits for two weeks in order to prepare for the exercises throughout this book. You’ll find out a lot about your sleep needs, when you dream, and your level of recall. Over time, even from day to day, you may find differences that are worth noting. Then, if you want to continue the process, record your sleep habits in a separate notebook.... Dreampedia

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