Meaning of Ovum Dreams | Dream Interpretation

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Fertility.

The potential for something great.

The very beginning of a process.

Something you need in order to begin a process.

Femininity.

The need to nurture or to be nurtured, or to protect or be protected.

See also: Fetus; Baby; Birth, Giving; Pregnancy; Body Part

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Ovum | Dream Meaning

The keywords of this dream: Ovum

Semen

(Sperm) In a dream, semen represents a growing and a lasting capital, whether there is little or much of it.

If one sees a drop of semen coming out of his reproductive organs in a dream, it denotes money that will surface.

If the man’s semen spatters over his wife in the dream, it means that he will buy her a new garment. Owning an earthenwarejar filled with semen in a dream means uncovering a hidden treasure, or becoming wealthy. Ifthe husband is spattered with the semen of his wife in a dream, it means that he will satisfy his desire for her and attain his purpose. Drinking water from one’s own reproductive organ in a dream means lustfulness.

If the husband sees a thick yellowish fluid flowing from his wife’s sexual organ in a dream, it means that she will give birth to an unhealthy child. Ifa reddish fluid flows instead in the dream, it represents a short lived child.

If it comes out as a black fluid in the dream, it means that such a child will grow to dominate the family and to be an unjust master of the household.

The ovum of a beautiful woman in a dream means happiness, wealth and children. Semen in a dream also means attaining one’s goal, comfort, or wasting one’s capital, divulging one’s secrets, or the death of a child.

If a farmer sees semen in his dream, it means that he will work on a barren land and make it fertile.

(Also see Impurity; Sexual intercourse; Vagina)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Acorn

Considering that our being has emerged from the tiny combination of sperm and ovum, a huge growth has emerged from a tiny beginning. This potential is frequently represented by the acorn or a seed. Even when adult, there is still enormous potential. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Cook

The active and practical side of our nature which, by working at it, can transform inedible aspects of a relationship or situation into something which satisfies us, the sense of responsibility which ‘feeds the family*; female reproductive ability—puts one thing in the oven (sperm and ovum) and out comes something else (baby); need or ability to nourish one­self and provide for physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs. Idioms: cook the books, cook someone’s goose; cook up; what’s cooking. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Egg

Potential; parts of self as yet unrealised or not fenilised by our conscious action or quality; the female ovum, a sense of wonder regarding life, our prenatal life. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Reptiles, Lizards, Snakes

Our basic spinal and lower brain reactions, such as fight or flight, reproduction, attraction or repulsion, sex drive, need for food and reaction to pain. This includes the fundamental evolutionary ability to change and the urge to survive—very powerful and ancient processes. Our relationship with the reptile in our dreams depicts our relat- edness to such forces in us, and how we deal with the im­pulses from the ancient pan of our brain.

Modern humans face the difficulty of developing an inde­pendent identity and yet keeping a working relationship with the primitive, thus maturing/bringing the primitive into an efficiently functioning connection with the present social world.

The survival urge at base might be kill or run, but it can be transformed into the ambition which helps, say, an opera singer meet difficulties in her career. Also the very primitive has in itself the promise of the future, of new aspects of human consciousness. This is because many extraordinary human functions take place unconsciously, in the realm of the reptile/spine/lower brain/right brain/autonomic nervous sys­tem. Being unconscious they are less amenable to our waking will. They function fully only in some fight or flight, survive or die, situations.

If we begin to touch these with consciousness, as we do in dreams, new functions are added to conscious­ness. See The dream as extended perception under ESP and dreams.

frog

Unconscious life or growth processes which can lead to transformation (the frog/prince story); the growth from child­hood vulnerability—tadpole to frog—therefore the process of life in general and its wisdom. Frogspawn: sperm, ovum and reproduction.

lizard

Example: ‘My wife and I saw a large lizard on the wall near a banana. It was there to catch the flies.

The lizard turned so it was facing away from us—head up the wall. We then were able to see it had large wing-like flaps which spread from its head in an invened V. With amazement we saw on these flaps wonderful pictures, in full colour, of birds. In fleet­ing thoughts I wondered if the bird “paintings” were to attract birds, or were some form of camouflage. But I felt cenain the lizard had “painted” these wonderful pictures with its uncon­scious an’ (David T). Generally, a lizard is very much the same as a snake, except it lacks the poisonous aspect; aware­ness of unconscious or instinctive drives, functions and pro­cesses. In the above dream, the banana is both David’s plea­sure and sexuality, while the lizard is the creativity emerging from his unconscious through the attention he is giving it—he is looking at the lizard. Chameleon: either one’s desire to fade into the background, or adaptability.

snake

Example: A small snake about a foot long had dropped down my shirt neck. I could feel it on the left side of my neck Fearing it was poisonous and might bite me, I moved very slowly. At one point I put my head on the ground, hoping the snake would wish to crawl away. It did not. Then I was near an elephant I loved, and hoped it would remove the snake. It did not. Even as I slept I felt the snake was an expression of the attitude of not shanng myself with anybody except family’ (David T).

For months prior to the above dream David had experienced a great deal of neck pain. After dis­cussing the dream with his wife, and realising much of his thinking and feeling was intumed, the pain disappeared. So the snake was both poisoner’ and ‘healer’. This may be why snakes are used as a symbol of the medical profession.

The Hebrew word for the serpent in the Garden of Eden is Nahash, which can be translated as blind impulsive urges, such as our instinctive drives.

So, generally, snakes depict many different things, but usu­ally the life process.

If we think of a person’s life from con­ception to death, we see a flowing moving event, similar in many ways to the speeded up films of a seed growing into a plant, flowering and dying.

The snake depicts the force or energy behind that movement and purposiveness—the force of life which leads us both to growth and death. That energy —like electricity in a house, which can be heat, power, sound and vision—lies behind all our functions. So in some dreams the snake expresses our sexuality, in others the rising of that energy up our body to express itself as digestion—the intesti­nal snake; as the healing or poisonous energy of our emotions and thoughts.

Example: ‘I was in a huge cathedral, the mother church. I wanted to go to the toilet/gents. As I held my penis to urinate it became a snake and reached down to the urinal to drink. It was thirsty. I struggled with it, pulling it away from the un­clean liquid. Still holding it I walked to a basin and gave it pure water to drink’ (Bill A). Here the connection between snake and sexuality is obvious. But the snake is not just Bill’s penis.

It is the direction his sexual urges take him he is strug­gling with. Out of his sense of love and connection with life— the cathedral—he wants to lift his drive towards something which will not leave him with a sense of uncleanness. Snake in connection with any hole: sexual relatedness.

A snake biting us: unconscious worries about our health, frustrated sexual impulse, our emotions turned against our­selves as internalised aggression, can poison us and cause very real illness, so may be shown as the biting snake. Snake biting others: biting remarks, a poisonous tongue.

A crowned or light-encircled snake: when our ‘blind impulses’ or instinctive or unconscious urges and functions are in some measure inte­grated with our conscious will and insight, this is seen as the crowned snake or even winged snake. It shows real self awareness and maturity. In coils of snake: feeling bound in the ‘blind impulses’ or habitual drives and feeling responses. Instincts and habits can be redirected, as illustrated by Hercu­les’ labours. Snake with tail in mouth: sense of the circle of life—binh, growth, reproduction, aging, death, rebirth; the eternal. Snake coiling up tree, pole, cross: the blind instinctive forces of life emerging into conscious experience—in other words the essence of human expenence with its involvement in pain, pleasure, time and eternity; the process of personal growth or evolution; healing because personal growth often moves us beyond old attitudes or situations which led to inner tension or even sickness. Snake in grass: sense or intuition of talk behind your back; danger, sneakiness. Colours: green, our internal life process directed, perhaps through satisfied feelings, love and creativity, into a healing process or one which leads to our personal growth and positive change; white, eternal aspect of our life process, or becoming con­scious of it; blue, religious feelings or coldness in relations. See colours; anxiety dreams; death and rebirth, the self under archetypes; dreams and Ancient Greece; cellar under house, buildings; hypnosis and dreams; jungle; paralysis. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Seed

Sperm or ovum, new idea arising out of past experi­ence; a suggestion; a new possibility or potential. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Seed

Seeds reflect the potential of a new beginning or growth.

If you scatter seed on barren earth, you may be wasting your energy on something. Seeds can represent sperm or the ovum, although botanically, pollen is the equivalent of sperm.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Swarm Of Insects

Swarms of insects in dream can depict instinctual urges in life, such as sexual urges. Swarms may also represent small children or the sperm swarming toward the ovum, and therefore may be suggesting issues to do with pregnancy. The power of the group can additionally be suggested by a swarm; where one insect seems to be moving aimlessly, large numbers do not. Your dream swarm might be telling you that you can often only succeed in changing matters by group effort. As Jiminy Cricket suggests, insects can also represent your conscience, guilt and feelings you might want to forget; perhaps insects represent these areas because they live their lives in our house and garden largely unseen, although we sometimes sense their presence. In this sense, a swarm might represent being overwhelmed with guilt.

If you see a swarm of insects around you, this suggests malicious rumors are being spread about you, but if you manage to kill the insects or escape, you will find an easy remedy for your problems.

If insects are taking something apart in your dream, this suggests you may be in the phase of ending something and you need to complete that process before starting something new.

If the insects have invaded your food or contaminated something in your dream, consider whether your lifestyle is a healthy one. A dream of killing or spraying insects may also recall childhood hostility towards a sibling that may persist into later life.

If the insects are flying off, this may represent children leaving home or the end of a particular problem that has been upsetting you.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Egg, Bird

A new beginning somewhere in your life.

A nurturing or all-inclusive environment.

An egg that’s cracked or rotten can represent a problematic situation that you feel needs attention or action.

See also: Bird; Ovum; Fetus; Baby Animal... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Fetus

A fetus, embryo, or other early stage of life can represent: An early stage of a process or project.

Responsibility for someone or something, especially a new responsibility.

Responsibility for self or for your inner child.

Perceived fragility or vulnerability.

The idea of pregnancy, creating something, or bonding with another human being (of any age).

A desire to be of value to others, or a need to feel needed by someone else.

See also: Ovum; Baby; Birth, Giving; Pregnancy... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Miscarriage

The (possibly unexpected or premature) end of a phase, process, or endeavor.

Loss or grief.

Issues involving responsibility for self or others.

Rejecting your inner child, your playfulness or creativity, or belief in self.

A feeling of something in your life not happening in the right timing or not being “meant to be.” Consider the context and how you felt about the situation.

See also: Fetus; Ovum; Baby; Birth, Giving; Female... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Pregnancy

The beginning of a new phase, process, or project.

A responsibility (perhaps a new one) in your life, real or imagined.

Creativity or the desire to create something new.

A curiosity about pregnancy.

See also: Baby; Fetus; Ovum; Birth, Giving; Bigger, Getting... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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