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Dream Interpretation Noisy | Dream Meanings


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Noisy | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Noisy

Frog

A frog in a dream represents a pious and a religious person. Sitting with frogs in a dream means having a good relationship with one’s family and being friendly with one’s neighbors. Eating a frog in a dream means receiving benefits through a relative or a neighbor. Eating a frog in a dream also means gaining authority or accumulating extensive wealth. Frogs in a dream also represent people who practice magic arts and sorcery.

If one earns his livelihood from dealing with sea life, or ifhe sells spring water for living, then seeing frogs in his dream means profits.

If one sees frogs leaving a town in a dream, it means that a calamity is lifted through prayers and atonement. Hunting frogs in a dream means winning over one’s rivals or competitors. Frogs in a dream also represent lobbyists, readers, dervishes, ascetics or they could represent noisy people or someone who is on a constant move from one place to another. Frogs entering a town in a dream represent a calamity that will befall the dwellers of that town. In a dream, frogs also represent a chaste, pure and a religious woman who never cause harm to anyone.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Duck

A noisy or boisterous person ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Christian Dream Symbols

Mynah Bird

The mynah bird comes as a guide to abundant living. Usually paired, their appearance m a dream may comment on a partnership that will bring rewards. In that they are noisy, they may point to bickenngor arguing in the background of your life.

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

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Ariadne's Book of Dream

Wine, Wine Bottle

Vision: Seeing a wine bottle: fun people are coming to visit you.

An empty or broken wine bottle: a melancholy mood and lots of worries. Spilling wine: be more careful; don’t open your mouth so quickly. Sour wine: you can’t handle noisy company; you need peace and quiet. Drinking a good wine: you will meet interesting and intelligent people. See Alcohol, Grapes, Mug.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Parrot

As you would expect, talking or noisy parrots in a dream forecast irresponsible gossip from which you will have to protect yourself; be energetic about it See also Birds.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Soap

Hot soup in a dream indicates a struggle from which you will emerge better than you hoped; cold soup portends an unsatisfactory love affair or unsympathetic companion; don’t flog a dead horse and feel sorry for yourself if it fails to respond—try for a new relationship, or if that’s not practical, try for a new hobby.

To dream of being annoyed by a noisy soup slurper indicates an exciting invitation.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Crowd

Many parts of self. Dream context would show whether noisy, peaceful, purposeful, or whatever, indicating how well different parts of self are integrated.... The Dream Books Symbols

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City

The city symbolizes the human psyche. Depending on how it is represented in the dream it indicates how things are in your mind.

If the city offers a beautiful spectacle it means that harmony reigns inside you. In case it is noisy and polluted, it is a clear indication that your ideas are altered by the internal chaos you are experiencing. On the other hand, the city can represent everything around you, including family and friends.

If you feel alone as you enter it in the dream, you can feel that way with your social role in reality.

If you dream that it is fortified with walls it will express your need for self- defense against outside threats; and a ruined city warns against neglected relationships. Finally, to get lost in the city shows your own existential loss.

Mythological cities usually have eight gates, one of which is sealed. Each door represents a change in your life; the eighth is the end of the trip, in other words, death.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Jackhammer

This incredibly noisy tool of destruction is capable of busting through very strong material in order to build something new. In this way, it symbolizes the ability to break open structures of the past that seem permanent but with great effort can be released in order to create a new set of habits, ideas, or consciousness about your life.

The presence of a jackhammer or the evidence that one is being used in a dream signals that great change is taking place and that change is an eradication of things from the past that used to seem permanent.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Ghost

If ghosts appear in your dreams, they often symbolize unfinished business, just as ghosts—or the unsettled dead—are supposed to have unfinished business on earth, not having found their place in the afterlife. Because of a ghost’s ephemeral nature, being only partially visible to some and invisible to others, they can also represent uncertainty or a lack of clarity in your thinking. Another interpretation is that seeing ghosts in dreams is a way of facing your own mortality; for this reason they can be quite disturbing, but because they may offer evidence of life after death, they could be seen as offering some comfort. You can also look at a ghost as a shadow of yourself, your own dark nature personified; the side of yourself that you’d rather not face up to.

If you want to understand the significance of dreaming about ghosts, you need to look at how they behaved in your dream. Whilst most ghosts are invisible and silent, some ghosts are noisy and throw things around; these could represent your lack of control regarding things that are happening around you in waking life. Ghosts may interact with you in dreams, but often they will not do it directly. You may feel comforted by their appearance in your dream; you may feel stressed or afraid. They may be strangers, friends, relatives or famous people that have died—your relationship to them or how you feel about them will affect what they mean in your dream—for instance the ghost may be a nagging relative who is still very much alive, but casts a shadow over your life and is always trying to push you one way or another.

At times, ghosts represent those things that are unattainable or fleeting. If, however, the ghost feels solid, you may be touching aspects of your own mind or awareness that exist beyond your own preconceived ideas and beliefs. Ghosts of living people in your dream have nothing to do with the possibility of their death in the near future; such dreams suggest, rather, a sense of their thoughts or presence haunting you. Or perhaps you are haunted by desire for them or have unexpressed feelings about them. Alternatively, and particularly if you shrank from the ghost in your dream, could the specter have represented someone whom you once wronged, a ghost from the past that is still haunting your conscience despite your conscious efforts to push it to the back of your mind?... The Element Encyclopedia

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Aircraft

In dreams, aircraft represent a desire for new experiences and excitement. According to Freudians, aircraft are phallic symbols associated with new sexual experiences. Because air symbolizes spiritual aspiration, if your dream featured an aircraft or an air journey, could your unconscious have been encouraging you to explore your spirituality or rise above the limitations of daily life? Do you feel you are on a fast track to success or do you really need a holiday?

In dreams, as in life, airports can be busy, noisy and crowded places, and they can suggest a phase in your life you are trying to leave behind or a transitional phase.

If you are looking in vain for a familiar face at an airport in your dream, this suggests there may be aspects of your old way of life or thinking that you are unwilling to leave behind.

If you dreamed of being in the middle of a flight, your unconscious may have been commenting on your current progress in life. Are you flying high or being buffeted by turbulence? Or is everything up in the air or beset by uncertainty? Dreams of being hijacked or attacked in a plane can suggest anxieties about flying, but they can also represent a fear of rape in women. A dream of a plane crash can suggest you have set your sights too high; perhaps you are expecting too much and have doubts about your ability to reach your goals? See also ACCIDENTS, ACTION AND ADVENTURES.... The Element Encyclopedia

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