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What does it mean to see an plastic cutlery in a dream?

Plastic Cutlery Dream Meaning: From 1 Different Sources


In general, to see plastic cutlery in your dream suggests that you are not being true to yourself and your values. Specifically: Plastic forks can mean that you should be careful not to believe everything you are told - and don’t exaggerate to others either. Plastic knives may represent anxiety about a male person in your life - you can solve this by being more honest. And plastic spoons could suggest that you’d like to feel more comfortable in your own home.

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Plastic Cutlery | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Plastic Cutlery

19 dream symbols found for this dream.

Cutlery

Using cutlery that is inappropriate (such as eating soup with a fork), may indicate one is behaving wrongly when it comes to emotion. ... cutlery dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Cutlery

As food is associated with emotion, a dream of eating with cutlery that is old, rusty or inadequate or wrongly used (for example, trying to eat soup with a fork) may suggest you are attempting to satisfy your emotions in an inappropriate way. If, in your dream, the spoons, knives and forks are shiny and glittering, this could indicate a contented home life. Forks are often associated with social interaction and they may indicate a future event you are looking forward to. They may also suggest trying to get to the root of problems. A rusty or twisted knife in a dream can indicate relationship or family problems. If both a knife and a fork appear in your dream, they may represent the masculine and feminine elements of your personality, and how you express and balance the two in waking life. If a spoon appeared in your dream and you saw a distorted picture of yourself reflected in it, this suggests a distorted view of yourself. If you were eating or drinking anything from the spoon in your dreams, this may relate to someone, or something, in waking life that you want to protect. If the spoon contains medicine, there may be an unpleasant lesson for you to learn, or swallow, in waking life. ... cutlery dream meaning

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Face-lift/plastic Surgery

Universal Landscape: Superficial shift in persona. Dreaming Lens: Did you have surgery in your dream? Were you contemplating it? Was the surgery successful? Was it unsuccessful or disappointing? Were you performing the surgery? Were you adding to or subtracting from your actual physical appearance? Was there a sense of before and after?Personal Focus: How others see us is a function of what is known as the persona. The symbolic representation of this is the face. Any alteration to the face is akin to exerting some measure of control over the mask we show to the world. When this alteration is reflected as surgical in nature, the resulting change is manipulated and inorganic. When plastic surgery is being considered in real life, the choice to do so is best if one’s expectations are realistic and the motivation is not based on shame. If the choice is bound up with unconscious feelings of inadequacy, disaster can result. A dream with this image should be interpreted with all of these considerations in mind. Your personal relationship with the idea of plastic surgery must guide you as well. Filter all of these complex issues through the notion of a desire to shift how you appear to others in a radical way. Plastic surgery is usually chosen in an effort to appear more attractive, desirable, or acceptable than one already feels. Ask yourself how authentic you are being in your interactions with others. This dream could point to something out of balance with how you feel and what you project. The procedure itself will offer shades of meaning. Any plastic surgery will fall into one of two categories, either adding to or subtracting from one’s natural appearance. Either way, the underlying issue is a sense of inadequacy and a need to cover that up. ... face-lift/plastic surgery dream meaning

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream

Plastic

Figurative of that which is created by man instead of god... plastic dream meaning

Dream Dictionary Unlimited

Plastic

1. Level of function, helpfulness and pliability. 2. Authentic­ity, how “real” something is, often a personality aspect. ... plastic dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Plastic

A symbol of something flexible or pliable ... plastic dream meaning

Christian Dream Symbols

Plastic

Plastic appeanng in a dream may point to amficiali- ty or a plastic persona. It may comment that you are not being natural or are not living an authentic life. A plastic shopping bag may comment on impulse-buying behavior. ... plastic dream meaning

Ariadne's Book of Dream

Plastic

Dreams of plastic signify that something or someone in your life is fake or pretending to be someone other than who they say they are. Alternatively, plastic also represents durability and resilience. ... plastic dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Plastic

To see plastic objects in your dream, suggests that you are being fake and artificial. You are not being genuine and true to yourself. ... plastic dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Plastic

The meaning depends on what the article was and whether or not the plastic factor created an element of disappointment in your dream. Plastic, as such, predicts a friendship which will, surprisingly, turn out to be useful as well as enjoyable. ... plastic dream meaning

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Plastic

Artificial; flexible, adaptable, insensitive. ... plastic dream meaning

The Dream Books Symbols

Plastic

1. Fake;2. Cheap; Matt. 15:8-9... plastic dream meaning

Dream Dictionary The Biblical Model

Plastic Bag

To see a plastic bag in your dream, represents the responsibilities that you carry. If the plastic bag was ripped or torn, then it indicates that you have a lot of worries. Try to find a way to de-stress yourself. ... plastic bag dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Plastic Cutlery

In general, to see plastic cutlery in your dream suggests that you are not being true to yourself and your values. Specifically: Plastic forks can mean that you should be careful not to believe everything you are told - and don’t exaggerate to others either. Plastic knives may represent anxiety about a male person in your life - you can solve this by being more honest. And plastic spoons could suggest that you’d like to feel more comfortable in your own home. ... plastic cutlery dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Plastic Surgery

1. A need or desire for restructuring, enhance­ment of self-image, often after emotional injury, devastation. 2. Avoiding “deeper issues,” inner problems. ... plastic surgery dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Plastic Surgery

See Cosmetic Surgery. ... plastic surgery dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Plastic Surgery

To dream that you are having plastic surgery, suggests that you are rebuilding your self-esteem and trying to improve your self-image. If you dream that others reactions to your surgery are negative, you are having a difficult time being confident in yourself. You must learn to connect with what makes you beautiful as a person, and let that shine!... plastic surgery dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Plastic Surgery

Reconstructing and rebuilding for your self-esteem or looking for love and self-esteem from outside sources. ... plastic surgery dream meaning

The Dream Books Symbols

Plastic Surgery

Any alteration to the way your body is shaped is akin to exerting some measure of control over the way you are seen in the world. When this alteration is reflected as surgical in nature, the resulting change is manipulated and inorganic. Plastic surgery is usually chosen in an effort to appear more attractive, desirable, or acceptable than one already feels. Ask yourself how authentic you are being in your interactions with others. This dream could point to something out of balance with how you feel and what you project. ... plastic surgery dream meaning

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