Meaning of Outsider Dreams | Dream Interpretation

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A Dictionary of Dream Symbols | Eric Ackroyd


Outsider | Dream Meaning

The keywords of this dream: Outsider

Clan

Organized group (often religious) that excludes outsiders and makes it’s own rules... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Group

1. If a group is observed that is controlled, not threatening in any way, the dreamer feels like he/she is accepted into the group.

2. If the group is disorderly and threatening, the dreamer feels like an outsider.

3. If the dreamer is separated from the group without any feeling of not being part of it, then the dreamer perceives him/herself as an independent thinker.

4. If there is a yearning to be part of the group, it means that one is yearning for acceptance. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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New American Dream Dictionary

Holy Communion

1. Counting or being aware of “blessings,” looking on the positive side of affairs.

2. Seeking greater spiritual enhancement or “communion.” 3. Reverse: a feeling of disappointment, possibly rejection, “outsider-ness.” ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Dancing

Dancing in a dream means a calamity.

If one sees himself dancing for someone else in a dream, it means that he will share his problems with him. Dancing alone in one’s house in a dream signifies joy and satisfaction.

If a sick person sees himself dancing in a dream, it denotes his anxiety. Ifone is pulled to a dancing circle in a dream, it means that he will be saved from tribulation or be declared innocent from false allegations.

If a child is seen dancing in a dream, then it means that he may lose his speech or become dumb, because when a child dances, he mostly moves his hands to express himself.

If a prisoner sees himself dancing in a dream, it means that he will be set free. Dancing on top of a table, a raised stage or on top of a hill in a dream means a scare. Dancing inside one’s house, surrounded with one’s family members with no outsiders in a dream means joy and celebration.

If a sick person sees himself dancing in a dream, it means longevity. Seeing a woman dancing alone in a dream means a scandal.

If a traveller sees himself dancing on the road in a dream, it means adversities.

If a poor person sees himself dancing in a dream, it means richness.

(Also see Dancer)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Window

(Attic window; Aperture; Opening; Peephole) In a dream, a large window represents a woman of good character and conduct, while a tight window means the opposite.

If a man sees himself sitting inside a window in a dream, it means that he will divorce his wife in public.

If one sees himself sitting at a distance from the window in a dream, it means that he will secretly divorce his wife. In a dream, the windows of a house also represent an outsider who is aware of the inner secrets of such a house.

A window in a dream also means relief from difficulties, overcoming distress, renewing festivities and celebrating anniversaries. Depending on their direction in the dream, windows also mean news, women, or children. Seeing the glass of one’s window tainted or colored means plantingseedlings, inflorescence, conceivingchildren, continuingone’s education, buying new clothes, or crowning someone. Sitting tied-up inside a window box in a dream means getting married.

(Also see Attic window)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

Lone Wolf

Symbolic of an outsider or a person who wants to do everything alone ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Christian Dream Symbols

Alien

Urges or feelings we find difficult to identify with; feelings of being an outsider in a group or society; can also be something very new and previously not experienced in regard to one’s own potential or mind. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Imprisoned

We are often imprisoned by a state of mind, by a fear, or by ignorarce. In attempting to develop a relation­ship, we may be trapped by feelings of dependence upon what our parents want us to do.

If we fear failure, we will not meet the challenge of the new, and so can be imprisoned by the fear. Such feelings as being an outsider, unwanted, resent­ful, can also imprison us in particular situations. See escape, trapped. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Wall

Our defensive attitudes; feelings of security; social bar­riers; boundaries created by anxiety or view of life—a nation­alistic attitude might act as a barrier to seeing other view­points on history. Our dependence upon our physical senses gives a boundary to our awareness, and a wall may symbolise such a frontier of our awareness.

Example: ‘I went to the top of the turret and saw all the men getting ready to defend the castle if attacked. They had arrows and a lot of men were standing on little ledges on the outside of the wall, with no protection and I knew they were very brave to face an attack as sooner or later they would have been hit’ (Anna R). Here the wall is obviously to do with defending the dreamer against attack. Such a wall might be made out of our aggressive feelings, with religious dogma which might defend us against fears and uncertainty, or from tightly controlled behaviour and emotions.

Walls of favourite house: might be our feelings of security in our marriage or family which give us defence against the ‘storms’ of life. Wall of prison, trap: fear, pain; ignorance, prejudice; anger, sense of being an outsider. Idioms: drive somebody up the wall, go to the wall; writing on the wall; back to the wall; head against a brick wall; fly on the wall. See wall under house; fence. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Freak

Behavior that is unbecoming.

An outsider, as in Anarchist; broken. Unlikely romance. See Fool.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Goat / Billy Goat / Pan

This image symbolizes wild drives and urges and our sexual energies, with all their joys and troubles. See Buck. In addition, this is also a symbol for the outsider—the so-called “scapegoat.” The female goat, by the way, is a well-known image of a quarrelsome woman; but, strangely enough, it also stands for adaptability and modesty.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Gypsy

The wild and adventurous person within. At the same time, one of the oldest images of the scapegoat in our culture.

The term “Gypsy” discriminates against the Siniti and Roma tribes, branding them as outsiders and “second-class citizens.” This image in a dream often points to an immature masculinity.

Folklore: Luck, if the Gypsy is offering you something.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Little Giant Encyclopedia

Queen

To dream of a queen suggests a visit from a woman with power. Be aware and alert if she chooses to address you as you will benefit from what she has to say. This woman of authority may represent your awakening and taking charge, or an outsider entering your life unexpectedly.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Dream Symbols and Analysis

Asylum

Dreams of an insane asylum are venting dreams that symbolize that you are overwhelmed and are feeling out of control with the events of your life. You may be processing your shame about expressing your true feelings, and being seen as weird, strange or an outsider. See Crazy.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Strangest Dream Explanations

Window

Dreams of a window signify your ability to be psychic or to glimpse the truth of what is really going on in your life. This is a sign to do some introspection into your soul and deeper feelings and emotions.

If you are on the inside looking out, then you are looking to gain a broader perspective, perhaps a more worldly view.

If you are on the outside looking in, then you may be feeling like an outsider with a desire to be a part of the life happening inside. This dream may also be a message that an unexpected opportunity will be coming to you, as in, “When a door closes, a window opens.”... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Strangest Dream Explanations

Barber

Psychological / emotional perspective: An influence is becoming more apparent in our lives which indicates a need for change. That change needs to be dictated by the way we perceive ourselves, rather than dictated by an outsider.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Varnish

Using varnish yourself in a dream is a sign that you will advance and prosper through vour own prudence and diligence; to dream of others using it is a warning against letting outsiders meddle in your affairs; keep your own counsel and rely on your own judgment in personal matters.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Circus

You are dreaming of running away from your responsibilities in life. Any form of entertainment must be considered symbolically as connecting to escapism. With a circus, the additional texture of enormity must be added. This symbol contains a surreal element as well, as exemplified by the strangeness of clowns and the oddities of the sideshow. Additionally, the circus has a reputation of catering to those on the fringes of society, a closed community that is secularized from the rest of the world.

The mythology that surrounds the circus is that it is a place where freaks, outsiders, and loners can find a home. In this way, the meaning of escapism also includes a fantasy element in which someone can literally escape the mundane world by running away with the circus.

If you were an audience member in the dream, then escapism should be the main theme of your interpretation.

If you were performing in a circus, you may be expressing some inner pull toward grandiose expressions of your sense of individuality and originality.

If you were more connected to what was going on behind the scenes and the community of performers, look to where in your life you may be seeking agreement from like-minded people in a realm that is off the beaten path.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Orphaned / Adopted / Fostered

If you dream of being an orphaned, adopted or fostered child, this usually suggests that your relationships with members of your family in waking life have created some sense of loss and rejection in you. Dreaming of having lost your parents or being rejected by your parents so you become an orphan, adopted or fostered child may denote that you feel you didn’t get their unconditional love and attention, and that you have to find your own way in the world without their support. Alternatively you may feel as if you are an outsider in the relationship to your family. Perhaps you have been excluded or perhaps you have little in common with them. Do you consider yourself rejected or at odds with the rest of your family? Whatever the reason, your dream may be suggesting to you that you need to create a surrogate family to get the support you need; this may be with your friends or your partner, and they will be able to help you feel loved, secure and accepted for who you are.

Another explanation of such dreams is that it is time for you to be more independent and self-reliant by moving away from your parents. When life forces you into permanently or temporarily losing your parents, either by death or by other circumstances such as foreign travel, you may experience dreams of being orphaned. The dream might not refer to your relationship with your family at all, but might be telling you that you are feeling abandoned, unloved, rejected and misunderstood by your partner, friends or colleagues in waking life.

If this is the case, the dream connects to feelings of belonging or not belonging in waking life.

If you are looking after an orphan in your dream, you are attempting to heal that part of you that feels unloved.... The Element Encyclopedia

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The Element Encyclopedia

Spider

In their positive aspect, spiders represent the feminine capacity for creating something beautiful that has not existed before. Spider energy is also connected with patience and success through skill. On the negative side, spiders represent small or hairy things that create big fears and a dream featuring scary spiders may be associated with personal fears to which your dreaming mind believes you are overreacting. To see a spider in your dream can also indicate that you are feeling like an outsider in some situation or that you may want to keep your distance

A spider may represent a fear, or something or someone who makes you feel vulnerable. Perhaps you feel trapped or entangled by emotions or fears from which you cannot escape. Alternatively, are you a spider trying to trap someone else in your web or is someone trying to trap you? Freud believed that dream spiders represent the devouring mother who consumes her children through possessiveness or the ability to arouse guilt. Try to get to know, not only your mother, but more importantly, what your mother means to you. One way of doing this is to converse with the spider: hold it in your mind and ask it searching questions. Or perhaps you are feeling trapped by another relationship in your life?

Dreams of a spider in your bed may suggest that intimacy with a loved one is triggering a lack of self-confidence and fears about being vulnerable and exploited. The spider can also depict any emotions you don’t want to‘handle’, such as those surrounding a spouse leaving. It can suggest that you want to ensnare someone or something, or that you are feeling trapped yourself. It may even represent the most basic survival instincts in us—can I eat, or will I be eaten by this person or situation? Superstitions dating back to the Middle Ages claim that it is a good sign to dream of spiders. To see a black widow in your dream suggests fear or uncertainty regarding a relationship. You may feel confined, trapped or suffocated in this relationship. You may even feel hostility toward your partner. Because the female black widow has the reputation of devouring its mate, it thus also symbolizes feminine power and domination over men.... The Element Encyclopedia

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The Element Encyclopedia

Secret Message

In waking life, secret messages or codes are used to convey important information as speedily as possible and to keep secrets from outsiders or enemies. Any dream in which you were sent a code that you could decipher may therefore indicate the need for speed and secrecy when communicating with someone in waking life. If, however, you were unable to understand the code, this suggests that you are finding it impossible to understand someone in real life. The secret message in your dream may also appear in the form of an anagram (a word puzzle in which you rearrange the letters of the original word or phrases).

Homonyms are words that sound alike but have different spellings and meanings and polysemy refers to single words that have many meanings. These word-plays are common in dreams. For example, the words ‘tale’ (story) and‘tail’ (backside), or‘navel’ (belly button) or‘naval’ (navy) are examples of homonyms. The word‘suit’ is polysemous as it can mean something you wear, one fourth of a pack of cards or as acceptable (as in‘suits me fine’).

If your dream messages don’t make sense, look for hidden codes. Write the mystery message or word down on a piece of paper and try to see if there are any words that sound the same but mean something different. Can you rearrange the letters to form different words or another phrase? In most cases, if you play around with the words you’ll discover their secrets.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Ufo / Alien

Dreams of UFOs suggest personal growth. As the awareness of the infinity of possible person choices can be an overwhelming experience, your dreaming mind may express it as alien contact, UFO or an experience of extremely bright light. Such a dream also suggests that a new area of experience, or a new way of experiencing yourself, is emerging. A UFO dream may often come before significant life changes; you should consider what changes are occurring in the way you relate to people and events.

If an alien appears in your dream, this suggests feelings of being an outsider in a group or society. It may also represent something new and not previously experienced. In some cases, the alien may symbolize a meeting with an aspect of yourself that has great potential. A dream about alien abduction is generally considered to be nightmare; if the alien is benign, however, you may respond like an overawed child to an idolized parent in your dream.

Science and Math... The Element Encyclopedia

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Backyard

A backyard, back porch, or back patio can represent: A similar casual setting in real life.

The idea of home, familiarity, casualness, relaxation, downtime, social interaction, or play.

The private part of your home life or family life (since a backyard is often hidden behind a house and not easily visible to outsiders).

See also: Lawn; House; Outdoors; Porch... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Passport

Permission from an authority figure.

Permission to “come and go” as you please or to access different areas, people, information etc.

Giving yourself permission to do something or feel a particular way.

Losing your passport can represent: losing your identity; feeling like an outsider, “unofficial,” or unaccepted; losing permission or access to a certain kind of experience.

See also: License; Approval... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Ticket

Permission.

Access to something, someone, or an experience.

Official permission by an authority or by society, perhaps to participate or be part of a group (or a desire for such).

Consider also what the ticketed event represents.

Losing an admission ticket could represent feeling like an outsider in some way, or a fear of being denied access to a particular experience.

A penalty ticket (such as for illegal parking or a traffic violation) can represent a feeling or fear of being caught, accused, or punished somehow.

See also: Caught, Being; Police... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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