Dream Interpretation Navigate | Dream Meanings


1. A general symbol for one’s ability to deal with life.

2. Moods and whims (note success of navigation).

3. Good news, possible joy in the offing.

New American Dream Dictionary | Joan Seaman - Tom Philbin


Navigate | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Navigate

Sled

1. Desire to return to childhood.

2. Ready to take a chance.

3. Confidence in one’s ability to navigate life. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Underwater

1. Overcome by life, unable to fight back.

2. One needs to learn how to navigate one’s life better.

3. In “over one’s head.” 4. If breathing underwater, one has returned—temporarily and emotionally—to the womb. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Boat

As mentioned in all relevant dream symbols, bodies of water represent your unconscious, your emotions and your accumulated soul experiences. Depending on the content of the dream, several different interpretations could be made.

The boat in your dream could represent you and the manner you navigate through your emotions. It could symbolize the voyage of your life, an adventure and exploration of your unconscious, or a connection to the people in your dream by pointing out something that all of you have in common (in the same boat). When interpreting this dream, consider the kind of voyage and the type of boat. Superstition-based dream interpretation books say that if the voyage is calm, you should go forward with your plans. However, if it is a very stormy voyage, get ready for an emotional upset (or challenge). ...But O the ship, the immortal ship! O ship aboard the ship! Ship of the body, ship of the soul, voyaging, voyaging, voyaging.  -- Walt Whitman... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Dolphin 

Dolphins represent friendliness, communal living, rescue, communication, and affection. They are water dwelling mammals and in our dreams they represent our willingness and ability to navigate through emotions. They represent positive messages from our unconscious minds. Dolphins could also represent a positive connection between our consciousness and to those parts of the psyche that is a mystery and largely unconscious. See also: Water, Whale ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Dragon 

This large, mystical creature may represent large and mystical forces inside of you. In the Far East it is believed that the dragons are spiritual creatures that navigate through the air and through the sky. In the West, dragons are considered to be dangerous creatures that need to be destroyed. As far as dream symbols go, the dragon may represent the enormous power in your unconscious. It could symbolize repressed unconscious material, including fear. However, the dragon in our dreams is generally a positive symbol. It may represent a period of time when the dreamer will confront his fears and empower himself to effectively cope with negative emotions, extreme materialism, and be able to obtain greater inner and outer freedom.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Duck 

A duck is a very interesting bird and the message it conveys is generally positive. Ducks are well adopted to navigate and survive on land and in the water. They can swim, walk, and fly. Ducks are flexible and multi talented. Dreaming about this bird suggests that you, or someone else in your life, is very flexible and can competently deal with emotional issues. Superstition based dream interpretations say that ducks are very good omens and that you will “float” away from your current difficulty. See also: Animals, Birds ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Fish

Residents of your emotions. Take note of his appearance and personality. Some people believe that when you dream about fish you, will soon find out that you or someone you know is pregnant (water of the womb). Others believe that if you see fish in your dreams, it is a forecast for sickness and poor health. In Christianity, Christ is at times represented by the fish symbol (spirituality). These water dwelling animals may represent messages from our unconscious and indicate to us how well we navigate through our emotional waters. They could symbolize body and soul nourishment and navigation through the unknown depths of ourselves. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Mercury (hermes)

As a metal, mercury is a universal alchemical symbol representing the yin.

It is the symbol of the passive and the undifferentiated state which may be found deep within the psyche. Chinese refer to it as “liquid silver” and it corresponds to the dragon and to bodily fluids of blood, semen, water and, at times, to the kidneys.

The planet Mercury may be seen as following the Sun (universal father; consciousness; life) and the Moon (universal mother; birth; unconscious). In Greek mythology Hermes was the messenger of the gods and the god of speed. This intelligent and quick witted immortal, easily traveled between heaven, earth and the underworld. Seeing the planet Mercury or the metal in your dream may represent your need for communication, adaptation and movement. All of these may be necessary for daily life. However, this powerful dream symbol may be calling your attention to more personal and intrinsic matters. It may suggest a need to look carefully into your internal world. By doing so, you may become aware of a need to the develop a more fluid ability to navigate within your psyche, which includes your thoughts, motives, feelings and intuition; then notice the way all of these components are translated into and effect daily life.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Mirror

Magic, another world, self, reflection.

It is a symbol of vanity and superficiality. You may be concerned about your image and the way you present yourself to the world. Some say that if you see a clear image, you may be getting a glimpse of your true self. Broken mirrors always seem to be a sign of bad luck, or, at least, represent some distortions. On a deeper level the mirror can be considered to be a representation of the intellect.

The intellect is an instrument of navigation and is constantly persuading us to identify ourselves. When we think about this, it makes a lot of sense. Our self-identity is very much connected to the way we look (not only superficially but also characteristically as man - woman, young - old, etc). We use this self-identity, which is greatly a production of our intellect, to navigate through life. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Ship

As mentioned in all relevant dream symbols, bodies of water represent your unconscious, your emotions, and your accumulated soul experiences.

The ship in your dream could represent you and the ways in which you navigate thought these parts of yourself. When interpreting this dream, consider the kind of voyage and the type of ship. Some dream interpretation books say that if the voyage is calm you should go forward with your plans. However, if it is a very stormy voyage, get ready for an emotional upset (or challenge). See also: Boat... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Subway

Interpretation of subways is based on your experience with this mode of transportation.

If you regularly use the subway, you may need to look at the other parts of the dream more carefully.

If the subway is not a regular part of your daily routine but is the primary dream image then you can consider it to be symbolic of the way that you navigate through your own emotions and hidden parts of self.

The subway is under the ground and represents the unconscious parts of self. All of us interact on conscious and unconscious levels. We have intuitive feelings and unspoken understanding that direct our lives as much as the obvious and fully conscious things. Consider the subway ride in your dream and try to understand what it is conveying to you about your more subtle navigation through ongoing life experiences. See also: Train... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Dolphin

Dolphins represent friendliness, communal living, rescue, communication and affection. They are water dwelling mammals and in our dreams they may represent our willingness and our ability to navigate through our emotions. They may also represent positive messages from our unconscious minds. Dolphins may represent a positive connection between consciousness and those parts of ourselves that are a mystery to us.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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Boat, Ship

also see Journeys

1- To dream about a boat or a ship very often indicates how we cope with our own emotions and those of others. It may well represent how we navigate our way through life and whether we arc in control of our lives.

2- To dream of being alone in a small boat means we need to consider how we handle isolation and the ability to be alone.

To dream of being on a large ship alerts us to how we handle group relationships.

To dream of missing a boat is often the dream of a perfectionist who fears missing chances or opportunities.

3- Boats represent our attitude to death and ‘The Final Journey’. They can also represent fertility and adventure.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Lifeboat

1- Dreaming of a lifeboat could indicate that we have the feeling that we need to be rescued, possibly from our own stupidity or from circumstances beyond our control.

If we are at the helm of a lifeboat we arc still in control of our own lives, but are perhaps aware that we need to offer assistance to someone else. Because die sea can represent deep emotion, in dreams a lifeboat may be of help in handling our own emotions.

2- Since a lifeboat requires a degree of dedication from the members of the crew, we may be alerted to the need for such selfless dedication in our lives. We may also be being made aware of the degree of skill we require to navigate life’s difficulties.

3- Spiritually we can only be ‘rescued’ by a greater knowledge and wisdom. There is always risk in undertaking a difficult task.

Also see Sea and Water... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Oar

1- The oar is a tool that enables a boat to move forward successfully; but its use requires some skill. Thus it stands for our own set of personal skills. We have certain skills which help us to ‘navigate’ our lives.

2- To put one’s oar in indicates our ability to interfere with other people’s lives.

To lose an oar indicates the loss of an ability we have formerly valued.

3- An oar can suggest a Spiritual Tool, by nature of its guiding qualities, though ultimately it is we ourselves who have control over the direction we take.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Telescope

1- Using a telescope in a dream suggests taking a closer look at something.

A tclescopc enhances our view and makes it bigger and wider. We do need to make sure, however, that we arc not taking a one-sided view of things.

2- Using a telescope in a dream may mean that we should look at things with both a long and short-term view. Without taking account of a long-term view, we mav not be able to succeed in the short term. Conversely, by looking at the long-term view, we may be given information which will help us to ‘navigate’ our lives in the here and now.

3- Interestingly enough, a telescope in spiritual terms can signify the art of clairvoyance the ability to perceive the future from an immediate perspective.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Obstacles

(see Abyss, Bridge, Cage, Cliff, Dam, Gate, Hole)

Traffic jams (see Car): Taking a direction perceived as free from trouble, only to find the way blocked for some unknown reason. Usually this pertains to external circumstances that you cannot control, but find frustrating.

Walls or barriers: If walls can talk, what are yours telling you? Is it too soon to move forward, or is the wall a kind of test to overcome? Also note that walls can symbolize limitations that are imposed by family, friends, job, or culture.

Fence: This reveals perceived class restrictions and prohibitions. Alternatively, it you’re sitting on the fence, by all means make up your mind! Falling off a fence speaks of taking on a project that you are simply incapable of handling considering your other responsibilities right now.

To avoid being the proverbial Humptv Dumpty, carefully balance your schedule and duties before taking on anything else.

Consider who or what is causing the barrier you see in your dream. What part of your nature provides the best tool to remove that obstruction (the rational, intuitive, or emotional self)?

Is the obstacle natural or human made? Natural obstacles represent something that would happen to anyone approaching this same situation.

For example, a barrier reef standing between you and an island indicates everyday problems. Simply navigate around them so that you can rest in a safe haven. Conversely, human-made obstacles symbolize manufactured problems or delays. Such obstacles can be self-originated or caused by external forces.... The Language of Dreams

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The Language of Dreams

Puzzles

(see Riddles)

The solution to problems in your life slowly piecing itself together. Look to see what’s appearing in the pattern for more interpretive value.

Self-created confusion that comes from complicating simple matters. Go back to the basics and reevaluate this situation.

Brainteasers represent matters that you find confusing or overwhelmingly complex.

Word jumbles symbolize problems with communication, or difficulty in ordering your thoughts (see Writing).

A labyrinth is a type of three-dimensional puzzle that represents complex paths or situations that require patience and wisdom to traverse without losing your way.

Maze: Similar to a labyrinth, a maze reflects a situation through which it is difficult to navigate due to trickery or confusion that stems from external sources.... The Language of Dreams

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Torch

(see Candle, Fire, Light)

Metaphorically “carrying a torch” for someone or a situation.

Improved light with which to navigate whatever darkness surrounds you.

Does the torch ignite a fire? If so, this can mark any type of momentous beginning, like the opening of the Olympic Games continues to be heralded.... The Language of Dreams

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Weapons

(see Ammunition, Armor, Axe, Knife, Fighting, Sword, Whip)

Taking up a weapon reveals hostility or fear that you may be repressing during waking hours. Turn to look upon the object of your actions. Sometimes just facing your true feelings is enough to begin the healing process.

Guns are violent, but impersonal. These reveal a source of anger or anxiety that you would prefer to keep at arm’s length. How healthy this distance is for you, however, is questionable, or your dreams would not reveal it.

A catapult indicates the ability to circumnavigate an obstacle by ingenious thought and assertive action.

Cannons can fire over a large distance, meaning the perceived threat is not nearby. Additionally, they may symbolize things that you value very little (e.g., something

best used as “cannon fodder”). As an omen, cannons portend a struggle that engages powerful torces.

Maces represent blunt realities that are so cold and firm as to nearly knock you off your feet with their realization.

Nuclear devices represent tremendous buildup of frustration to the point that it leaks into your life as a futile attitude that poisons everything.... The Language of Dreams

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Worm

(see Animals, Diit)

An alternative emblem for dragons and serpents, but on a smaller scale.

Because the worm has no eyes, an alternative type of blindness dream in which you navigate the depths of self or earth with little to guide your way.

A visual pun for someone who cannot be trusted, or whose actions are routinely crass.

Something that appears worm-ridden represents ideas, plans, or beliefs that have bugs which need to be worked out before proceeding further.... The Language of Dreams

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Crow

The black crow flies toward the four directions as a guide through life’s journey.

For the spintual seeker. Crow can come to represent the spiritual guidance that is available when you attune to nature.

The caw of the crow can announce a message of affirmation to a significant question in your life. In general, the crow is a mediator between your conscious mind and your higher self, helping you to navigate in a positive direction.

(See Birds.)... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Ariadne's Book of Dream

Spock

As the half-human, half-Vulcan adviser of the Starship Enterprise, Mr. Spock may appear in a dream to give sound and objective advice. He may bring the power of reason separated from the emotional function and comment on not letting your emotions rule in important decisions. He may appear as a levelheaded guide helping you to navigate safely toward a personal mission.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Whale

The elephant of the sea, the whale, navigates long distances. Traveling in groups called pods, whales can come to assist your navigation through the vast unseen potential of the subconscious.

The sound of the whale is a song that demonstrates the power of music in bnnging about harmony and healing.

The appearance of whales in a dream may indicate a need to migrate to a new environment.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Librarian

A librarian in a dream is a guide to yourself.

A library contains vast information which may represent aspects of yourself or your own knowledge or memories.

The librarian in a dream can help you to navigate a search within this information in order to grow and learn from yourself.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Dream Symbols and Analysis

Umpire

To dream of an umpire implies that either a physical or spiritual guardian is helping you navigate your life at this time. Note the umpire’s signals within the dream - are they positive or negative? This could be the guiding system or sign that you have been secretly wishing for recently.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Captain

Dreams of a captain symbolize that you are taking control of the vessel of your life. You are coming to the awareness that you are responsible for how you navigate through the ebbs and flows, highs and lows of life. You are taking the helm and stepping into your authority.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Flashlight

Dreams of a flashlight represent your spiritual awareness giving you the ability to navigate through the dark times and find your way to the light at the end of the tunnel. Your subconscious mind is giving you hope, connection to the light of your being and the message that you will make it through this transition and come into a greater degree of power, clarity and focus.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Fog

Dreams of fog represent difficulty seeing or thinking clearly, this is not a good time to be making major decisions. Navigate your way slowly through this period of your life, and don’t make hasty decisions. Your dream may be telling you to connect with your meditative or spiritual practice in order to gain clarity.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Boat / Ship

Material aspects: To dream about a boat or a ship very often indicates how we cope with both our own emotions and those of others. It may well represent how we navigate our way through life and whether we feel that we are in control of our lives. You may also like to consult the entries for journey and transport.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Lifeboat

Psychological / emotional perspective: Since a lifeboat requires a degree of dedication from the members of the crew, we may be alerted to the need for such selfless dedication in our lives. We may also be becoming aware of the degree of skill we require to navigate life’s difficulties. Because the sea can represent deep emotion, in dreams a lifeboat may be of help in learning to handle our own emotions.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Oar

Material aspects: The oar is a tool that enables a boat to move forward successfully, but its use requires some skill. Thus it stands for our own set of personal skills. We have certain skills that help us to ‘navigate’ our lives.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Telescope

Psychological / emotional perspective: Using a telescope in a dream may mean that we should look at things with both a long- and short-term view. Without taking account of a long-term view, we may not be able to succeed in the short term. Conversely, by looking at the long-term view, we may be given information which will help us to ‘navigate’ our lives in the here and now.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Car

To dream that you are driving a car, symbolizes your ambition and your ability to navigate from one stage of your life to another. Consider how smooth or rough the car ride is - that suggests how easy or hard your path will be to your goals. Also consider whether you are driving the car or a passenger, because it represents whether you take an active or passive role in your life.

If you are a passenger, it can also mean your knowledge will earn you good fortune, especially if the car is expensive. Some more car dream meanings...

If you are in the backseat of the car, your dream indicates that you let others tell you what to do, possibly due to low self-confidence.

To dream that you are almost hit by a car, suggests that your lifestyle, beliefs or goals may be in conflict with another’s.

If the car hits you, you are in serious conflict with a rival who you should try to avoid.

If you dream of being in a car that breaks down, you won’t get as much pleasure out of something as you expect.

To dream of buying and/or driving a brand new car means that your happiness is on the rise. You are getting better at dealing with new things that life throws at you.

If you dream of a flying car, you will rise above your current troubles and achieve your goals.

To dream that your brakes failed, forewarns that you are lacking stability in your life. Things in your life are out of control. Also, be careful - any agreements or contracts that you involve yourself in at this time will prove risky.

To hear a car horn is a warning against taking risks.

A dream about a remote control car suggests you feel like the events of your life are out of your control.

To dream that your car is stolen, means that you are experiencing an identity crisis or you are suffering some sort of loss in your life. Alternatively, you may feel that someone has stolen your success or has taken credit for something you did.

To dream of a car going in reverse suggests that you are feeling stuck. You’re having trouble growing up, or moving on to the next stage of your life. You may feel like you’re repeating old habits or mistakes.

To dream of jumping out of a moving car may symbolize your fear of not being able to complete or succeed in a task. It may also represent your instinct to leave a relationship or situation that is taking you in the wrong direction.

To see or dream that you are in a convertible, refers to your glamorous attitude. You are showing off your power and influence.

To dream of a rental car is very positive. You are trying out a new way of dealing with issues in your life, instead of falling into the same old patterns. Also see “Car Crash”, “Car Wash”, “Car Mechanic”, “Chauffeur”, “Driving”, “Driving Lessons”, “Headlights”, “License Plate”, “Parking Lot”, “Road Trip” and “Window Wipers”.... My Dream Interpretation

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Rapids

Dreaming of rapids (choppy water) suggests a troubled state of mind.

If you fell into the rapids, you are having difficulties with friends or family members.

If you jumped in, beware of taking hasty actions.

If you successfully navigated through the rapids to calmer waters, you will succeed in getting through your current problems.... My Dream Interpretation

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Electricity

The interpretation of this mysterious force is greatly influenced by the details and action, so all aspects should be carefully integrated, but as a general guide:

Cross-circuiting or fused wires indicate possible business reverses or property loss due to carelessness.

Being shocked by a live wire or by static electricity signifies sudden surprising news.

T uming electricity on forecasts unexpected recognition for past efforts or favors.

Turning it off indicates depression or discouragement probably due to low vitality; try a vacation or a tonic.

A sudden general power failure in your dream suggests that you suspect you are wasting your energy; reassess your ambitions and consider a possible change of direction.

To be aware of a live wire (as opposed to being shocked by it) in your dream portends sudden opposition which you will have to circumnavigate by the use of careful diplomacy.

Tread softly and don’t try to force issues for a few weeks.

See also Lightning.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Iceberg

A pretty straightforward symbol of hidden opposition and/or obstacles which are more formidable than you realize; however, with determination and careful handling you can circumnavigate them.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Rock(s)

An obstacle dream. Persistent difficulties which you will have to circum- navigate patiently are por- tended if you couldn’t move the rock in your dream; if you were able to move it, or get around or over it, you can expect a general improvement in conditions. A rock fall is a sign of change.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Bat

NOCTURNAL ANIMAL

(1) As a creature of the night and - for many people - frightening, a bat may symbolize something in vour unconscious, possibly some part of you that has been repressed because of its association with an early traumatic experience.

(2) Alternatively, it might symbolize intuitive wisdom. (The bat seems to navigate without the aid of ordinary vision.)

CRICKET OR BASEBALL BAT

A cricket or baseball bat may symbolize either male sexuality or aggressiveness.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

Lighthouse

(1) Sea is a symbol of the unconscious; light symbolizes consciousness. As a lighthouse helps mariners to navigate safely, so you will avoid disaster when exploring the unconscious so long as you keep consciousness awake.

(2) The symbolism of the lighthouse could be phallic (and sea may symbolize the feminine).... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

Sailboat

Emotional self; you are learning or need to learn how to navigate and flow with the winds of change, staying on course through the many currents in daily living. See Boat.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Amputations / Missing Limbs

This is a dream about diminished capacity or ability. Our limbs are what give us mobility and the dexterity with which to create, both of which are impacted in some way when we lose a limb. Whether it is as significant as an entire arm or leg or just the smallest finger or toe, the appearance of a missing limb or amputation in a dream is reflecting some sort of invasion of your ability to navigate through life. Consider the use of the limb that is missing and you will have more information to interpret.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Ballerina

Dancing can be a metaphor for how we navigate life’s complexities, and a ballerina is an example of supreme skill at this endeavor.

The ballerina as a character aspect implies that a great deal of discipline has already been exerted, though the dream may be telling you to get hard at work at the skills needed to exhibit more grace in complicated scenarios in your current life experiences.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Boat

You may be skimming the surface of deep emotional issues below the surface. Any vehicle in a dream refers us to our paths in life.

A boat travels over water, the universal symbol for anything that deals with the emotions.

The size and type of boat in your dream will illuminate your current ability to navigate emotional issues based on resources and levels of skill.

The water itself connects with the nature of the emotional territory in which you currently find yourself.

The destination of your trip will offer insight into what may be causing an upsurge of emotion and what you hope the outcome will be if you are successful in arriving at your intended destination.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Cable Car

This image of urban travel may be all but extinct, but its iconic nature may cause it to be featured in the dream world. First, it should be considered as a symbol of the ability to navigate through more complex thought patterns, where the transportation element represents the navigation and the urban environment in which it is found represents the complexity of thought. Second, it should be considered through the lens of your personal associations with cable cars. There may be a harkening back to a slower pace of thought and openness to your process.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Deer

Grace and beauty are the medicine of this timid animal. Also, the need to be on guard and self-protective is part of what is being called into consciousness when a deer appears in a dream.

The deer knows its way through the woods and has the ability to guide us through unknown and hidden territory.

If the deer has antlers, this increases its power to navigate through primal instincts.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Elk

The elk is a member of the deer family, so any meaning associated with it will be based on a foundation involving grace, beauty, watchfulness, and the ability to navigate the symbolic forests of our unconscious. Being larger than a deer but less so than a moose, the elk carries a medium weight of power as an animal totem.

If the elk in your dream has antlers, then the amount of his medicine is increased. Either way, when an elk appears in your dream, you are being guided through a journey into hidden territory.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Eyes

The eyes are the windows of the soul, so the saying goes. They are also the dominant sense with which human beings navigate their existence. There are many things that can happen with the eyes in a dream, but whatever that is, consider that the interpretation should connect to how you are seeing things in your life at the time of the dream. Anything that involves your eyes should be considered as relating to you directly, but if the eyes belong to someone within the dream, look at the character aspects of that individual and consider what would occur if you saw things through that person’s eyes. Eyes that are closed may point to not wanting to see something that needs your attention.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Fog

You are having trouble seeing things clearly because of an illusory blend of thoughts and feelings. One of the interesting things about fog is that it mixes the symbolic meaning of two different elements: air and water. Fog occurs as a phenomenon in the air, yet it only exists when there is an abundance of moisture in the atmosphere, therefore connecting it to the emotions. By combining the two elemental aspects of air and water, fog is the symbolic phenomenon of what can happen when unconscious thoughts and hidden emotions combine. Fog can completely block your vision and impair your ability to navigate safely. Fog presents a potential danger to those who are traveling through it, whether over water or on land. It may be seen as the blindness that can result when your thoughts and feelings interact with each other in a confusing way. It also indicates a need to slow down and be more careful as you move about your environment.

If fog is present in your dream, ask yourself if there is any area in your life that you may not be seeing accurately.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Ice Skates

Ice represents emotions that are running so cold as to freeze over. Therefore, ice skates or skating on ice is symbolic of your ability to navigate well when there is an absence of warmth or passion. Ice is very slippery and hard, so ice skates may be a symbol of your ability to move gracefully in circumstances that are delicate, hence the phrase “skating on thin ice.”... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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