Playing Holi With Colour | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Playing Holi Colour

Alcohol / Alcoholic

Alcohol as ‘spirit’ or essence is the conjunction of opposites, a combination of the principles of fire and water.

It is a means of changing consciousness. In dreams where alcohol is a feature there is an element of attempting to transcend the ordinary and approach the divine (the essence).... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Alcohol / Alcoholic

Psychological / emotional perspective: When the normal constraints we put on ourselves in waking life are removed, we can often reach our own truth. Alcohol as a symbol of the removal of restraint enables us to accept dream ideas we might otherwise reject. There is the recognition of the potential for emotional confusion out of which can come clarity.

To dream of an alcoholic suggests that we need to look at the way we handle excess and obsession in our daily lives.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Alcohol / Alcoholic

Material aspects: When alcohol appears in a dream it suggests that in a mundane sense we may need or require a largely pleasurable experience or influence. We have available means of changing perception. We can afford to let go and ‘go with the flow’ of what is happening to us.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Alcohol / Alcoholic

Gives gender - specific: As the use of alcohol becomes more prevalent in the everyday, it can have the effect of changing the quality of dreams, bringing more frightening or incomprehensible images to the fore. Often these images need to be interpreted in the way that they were in previous times, as gremlins and hidden fears and anxieties. Men tend to be less inclined to interpret such images and to dismiss them as being irrelevant, women may choose to take note of them. You may like to consult the entries for abandonment, drunk and wine.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Alcoholic

May be substituted for someone else with the same problem, revealing what to expect from them... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Alcoholic

Unable to cope. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Alcoholic

(Drunkard; Enmity; Evil; Hatred; Inebriate; Temptation; Tippler. Also see Beer; Intoxicants; Nonalcoholic wine; Wine)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Alcoholic

An emblem for the road to poverty, Prov. 23:20... Christian Dream Symbols

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Black Colour

Black colour in all things is regarded as good and pleasant except in grapes. There is no good to be expected in them.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Cards (playing)

1- In a dream, playing cards highlights our ability to be open to opportunity or to take chances.

The cards that one deals, or is dealt, in a dream may have significance as to number (see Numbers) or as to suit: Hearts indicate emotion and relationship. Diamonds represent material wealth. Spades represent conflict, difficulties and obstacles. Clubs represent action, work and intelligence.

The King portrays human success and master)-.

The Queen indicates emotional depth, sensitivity and understanding.

The Jack represents impetuosity; creativity or an adolescent energy.

2- On a psychological level, card playing in a dream can be seen as taking calculated risks and alerts us to potential danger.

3- The Tarot our Inner Truth can be used as images in dream work.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Cards, Playing

Opportunity; sense of fate.

The different suits depict different things. Hearts: emotions; relationships. Diamonds: riches; intellectual. Spades: one’s body; move­ment; sensuality. Clubs: instinctive drives such as fear, sex, hunger. Business card: identity or opponunity. Greetings card: hoping for news; thoughts about sender. See games. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Cards, Playing

Symbolize life, according to Romanis.

If you dream you are winning when playing cards, you will do well and profit in life.

If you are losing, you will suffer some setbacks.

If you are shuffling cards, there will be decisions to make.

If cards are dealt to you, you will find yourself with a sudden problem to solve.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Catholicism

Piety and religious ritual ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Catholicism

Dreams of Catholicism represent that you are connecting to your spiritual roots, devotion, suppression of your natural urges, conformity, rules and piety. Perhaps you are realizing strength in tradition and the value in ceremony. Alternatively, this dream might also represent rigid ideas and issues of integrity. Consider the feeling tone. See Pope and Sacrament.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Colour(s)

see Black, Red, etc.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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Colours

Example: I was standing in a very beautifully carved chapel or religious place. There seemed to be shadowy nun or monk-like figures around. But it was the exquisite colouring of the place which filled me with a son of ecstasy. Everything was in the most delicate shell pink. In many dreams where colour predominates there are usually strong feelings, as in the example. This suggests colours depict our emotions and feeling tones. Where a dreamer is largely intel­lectual or out of touch with their feelings, the colour would stand in the place of the emotion instead of alongside it, as with SC.

White is the most frequently mentioned colour in the col­lection of dreams used for this book, black next, then blue. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Colours

1- Colour is a vital part of symbolism. This is partly to do with the vibratory frequency which each individual colour has, and partly to do with tradition. Scientific experiments have now been carried out to ascertain what effect colour has, and have proved what occultists and healers have always known. In working with the colours of the rainbow, we discover that the warm, lively colours which give back light - are yellow, orange and red. Cold passive colours are blue, indigo and violet.

Green is a synthesis of both warmth and cold. White light holds all colour in it.

2- By working with one’s own colour spectrum, it is possible to maintain health. Some meanings given to colours are

Black This colour holds within it all colour in potential. It suggests manifestation, negativity and judgement.

Blue It is the colour of the clear blue sky. This is the prime healing colour. It suggests relaxation, sleep and peaceful ness.

Brown The colour of the earth, death and commitment. Green This is the colour of balance and harmonv.

It is the colour of nature and of plant life. Grey There is probably no true grey. It means devotion and ministration.

Magenta This is in some ways a colour which links both the physical and spiritual. It signifies relinquishment, selflessness, perfection and meditative practice. Orange This is an essentially cheerful uplifting colour.

The qualities associated are happiness and independence. Red Vigour, strength, energy, life, sexuality and power are all connected with is colour.

A beautiful clear mid-red is the correct one for these qualities; if there is any other red in dreams, the attributes may not be totally uncontaminated.

Turquoise The colour is clear greeny blue. This is supposed in some religions to be the colour of the freed soul. It means calmness and purity.

Violet This colour, while found by- some to be too strong, means nobility, respect and hope. Its purpose is to uplift. White This colour contains within it all colours. It suggests innocence, spiritual purity and wisdom.

Yellow This colour is the one which is closest to daylight. Connected with the emotional sell”, the attributes are thinking, detachment and judgement.

3- Colour affirms the existence of light. In spiritual terms, red is the colour of self-image and sexuality, orange is relationship both with self and others. Yellow is the emotional self, green is self- awareness blue is self-expression and wisdom. Indigo is the colour of creativity, while violet depicts cosmic responsibility.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Colours

If you dream about Flags or Decorations in many bright colours, it signifies continued prosperity and success in all your undertakings. WHITE is always favourable, especially in matters concerning other people, such as public affairs. BLACK is the sinister colour, unless you dream of a funeral, in which case it is appropriate, and signifies only a struggle before success. BLUE and PURPLE represent prosperity through other people, good fortune in your love affairs, and so on. SCARLET or RED is a warning of quarrels, the loss of friends; but CRIMSON denotes pleasant news from an unexpected quarter. YELLOW and ORANGE are mental tints, and show that you need not expect any important change in your affairs for some time. GREEN indicates a journey, or business with people at a distance.... Mystic Dream Book

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Colours

Colour affirms the existence of light. In spiritual terms, red is the colour of self-image and sexuality, orange is relationship – both with ourselves and others. Yellow is the emotional self, green is self-awareness and blue is self-expression and wisdom. Indigo is the colour of creativity, while violet depicts cosmic responsibility. Pure white suggests absolute spirituality.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Colours

Psychological / emotional perspective: The symbolism of colour is very relevant in dreams since we know that these colours are not physically produced, but are a mental image.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Colours

Material aspects: Colour is a vital part of symbolism, dream and otherwise. By learning to work with our own colour spectrum, particularly in the dream state, we can maintain and enhance our physical wellbeing. This is partly to do with the vibratory frequency which each individual colour has, and partly to do with tradition. Experiments have been carried out to ascertain what effect colour has, and have proved what occultists and healers have always known. In working with the colours of the rainbow, we discover that the warm, lively colours – which give back light – are yellow, orange and red. Cold passive colours are blue, indigo and violet. Green is a synthesis of both warmth and cold. White light holds within it the whole colour spectrum and its potential.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Donkeys Of Various Colours

Their interpretations are exactly as the interpretations of horses of various colours.

The interpretation of mounting, securing, owning, surrounding and enclosing a donkey is the same as doing the same to a horse.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Donning Clothes Of Various Colours

He will soon learn about the unpleasant things said about him. He will also be overwhelmed with fear. As a result of this he will become popular amongst the people... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Games, Playing

Vision: Dreaming about the lottery: be prepared for dishonesty and don’t have too many illusions. Flaying a game for money: deceit and quarrels ahead. Playing a game of cards: you are holding on to old cliches; or you are caught in the throes of an all-consuming passion that is “devouring” you. Playing a game of dice: your carelessness and naive trust in people is going to cost you dearly. Playing billiards: a planned meeting is running into difficulties. See Chess.

Depth Psychology: The dream may be a warning to change your careless lifestyle, which is interfering with your personal growth, or a challenge to lighten up and not take life so seriously. Other symbols in the dream will provide additional information and you know better than anyone else if you are too serious or too casual.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Holiday

To dream of a holiday, foretells interesting strangers will soon partake of your hospitality.

For a young woman to dream that she is displeased with a holiday, denotes she will be fearful of her own attractions in winning a friend back from a rival. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Holiday

A day exempted from one’s regular work schedule, not necessarily officially recognized... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Holiday

1. Time to break a little with routine, possible rest from re­sponsibilities.

2. Absence from responsibilities or obligations. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Holiday

Sense of relaxation; being independent; satisfying one’s own needs; reaching a period of one’s life in which one can rest on one’s laurels. See example in clothes; example in crossroad. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Holiday

1- To be on holiday in a dream indicates a sense of relaxation and of satisfying ones own needs without having to take care of others.

2- Our need to be independent and to be responsible often comes across in dreams as a holiday Quite literally, the word means holy-dav a day set apart and we may need to heed the warning that we need time off to create space for ourselves.

3- Spiritual replenishment, rest and relaxation arc all part of a holiday.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Holiday

Dreams of a holiday signifies that you are giving yourself permission to relax, have fun and unwind. This is a special time in your life to be fully enjoyed. See Celebrate and Christmas.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Holiday

A holiday is literally a holy day – one dedicated to the divine – so spiritual replenishment, rest and relaxation are all part of such a time.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Holiday

Psychological / emotional perspective: Our need to be independent and to be responsible only for ourselves often comes across in dreams as a holiday.

It is time set apart for our own concerns. We may need to heed the warning that we require time off to create space for ourselves and restore our own emotional balance.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Holiday

Material aspects: To be taking a holiday in a dream indicates a sense of relaxation and of taking a break from responsibilities. In theory we do not have to be concerned about ordinary everyday matters.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Holiday

If you dreamed of a holiday, you will have to work hard but your efforts will pay off.... My Dream Interpretation

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Holiday

Any holiday is a dream that you are coming into happy, prosperous time. You may also expect good results from existing projects.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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Psycho Dream Interpretation

Holiday

You will have to work hard but your efforts will be productive if you dreamed of a holiday.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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Holiday

Dreaming about being on a holiday (vacation) can indicate either a feeling of relaxation or a desire to be in a relaxing situation. Also, it can represent a sense of independence and fulfilling one’s own needs.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Holiday

If you are traveling towards a holiday destination in your dream, this may suggest disillusionment with your current daily routine.

If you are making a hectic dash to the airport or enjoying first-class perks on your journey, this can point to whether or not you feel anxious or calm about your current circumstances.

If you have packed too many bags for your dream holiday, this may suggest clinging onto worries and issues that burden you. Baggage in dreams tends to symbolize material or psychological concerns, so if you have no baggage at all in your dream, your unconscious may be urging you to leave your emotional baggage behind so you can move forward feeling lighter and less encumbered.

If you dream of losing your baggage, is that good or bad for you? Does it offer you an opportunity to start afresh? If your dream baggage is very elegant and all items match, does it suggest a need to make a good impression on others or an overdeveloped concern with outward appearances?

If a ticket for going on holiday features in your dream, this expresses opportunity. The dream image conjures up wishes associated with travel or taking a risk in some aspect of your life.

If you lose your ticket in your dream, this suggests anxiety about losing the chance of new opportunities in your emotional and professional life in the real world. Taking your camera on your dream holiday may indicate the need to preserve, hold onto or remember an important event or person in your life. Forgetting your camera means that you are forgetting what is important in your life.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Holidays

(see Calendar)

Each holiday has a unique ambience that depends on your family’s culture and religion. Consequently, any holiday celebration that appears in your dream must be considered with that background in mind.

For example, Christians celebrate Easter as the resurrection of Christ, and might therefore interpret this holiday in a dream as significant to personal restoration.

To a modern pagan, however, this date honors the spring, fertility, and earth’s renewal, the implied symbolism being productivity, hope, or healthful rejuvenation.

Consider the name of the holiday in a metaphorical context.

For example, dreaming of April Fool’s might reflect feelings of foolishness that stem from ill-considered actions, words, or pranks.

The need to honor and remember one’s family traditions.

A memory from previous holidays that somehow reflects, or affects, current situations.... The Language of Dreams

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Holidays

Dreaming of a fabulous holiday somewhere can sometimes be a pure wish fulfilment dream illustrating your deep desire to escape the daily routine and your responsibilities.

• Holidays are a period of respite, a time to relax and escape. But holidays eventually come to an end suggesting a time of change when this dream occurs.

• If you’re travelling towards a holiday destination it suggests a desire to escape your daily chores and get the adventurous spirit back in your life.

A desert island paradise suggests a need for time alone to reflect and recharge your batteries.... The Premier in Dream Dictionary

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Holy / Holirtess

(1) A holy person in a dream probably represents the (spiritual) wisdom and power residing in your unconscious; the deep core of your psyche. What is the holy person saying? (On ‘mana personalities’)

(2) A holy place may symbolize the deep core of your psyche (as in (1) above). See also Church.

(3) Holiness may signify some inviolable principle or infallible authority. But beware: this may be the work of an over-developed conscience (super-ego) arising out of an introjected father image (on super-ego).... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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Mules Of Various Colours

Their interpretations are exactly as the interpretations of horses of various colours.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Nonalcoholic Wine

Drinking nonalcoholic wine in a dream means distress, sorrow, a wretched life, poverty, or unexpected expense. In a dream, drinking nonalcoholic wine also represents lawful money that is earned from one’s toiling and sweat. However, drinking alcoholic beverage in a dream means money that is acquired through rough words and arguments, and for a governor in his dream, it means loss of his job. Alcoholic beverages in a dream mean money of suspicious source, or they could mean distress or depression.

(Also see Wine)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Playing

1. Need for physical movement and activity; fun.

2. To act out and release trapped emotions.

3. Desire to take life less seriously. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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Playing

(See Games)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Playing

Depends on what the ‘game’ is. Whatever we ‘play’ at in a dream might just be fun or suggest great seriousness. As humans we use an enormous number of strategies to gain our ends, as explained in the book Games People Play.

The idioms define some of these ‘games’. Idioms: come into play; foul play; make a play for, make play of; play a pan in; play along with, play at; play cat and mouse; play dead/possum; play down; played out; play fair; play false, play for time; play hard to get; play it cool; play no pan in it; play on words; play safe; play people off against each other, play something down, play the field; play up; play upon a weakness/fear; play up to someone; the state of play; play somebody at their own game; child’s play; play ball with; play it by ear, play fast and loose; play gooseberry, play havoc with, play merry hell; play into their hands; play one’s ace; play one’s cards right, play second fiddle; play the fool; play the game; play the white man; play to the gallery; play with fire; two can play at that game. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Playing

Playing a game with children may mention a wish or heed to become more playful. Playing a board game may comment that you are bored with life. Playing in the water represents turning an emotional issue into something fun and liberating.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Playing A Ball Game

Vision: Playing handball—or any other ball game: you always catch the luck that life is throwing your way and just in time (if—in your dream—you do catch the ball!). See Ball, Hand.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Playing Card

Vision: A playing card stands for reckless optimism. You are “betting everything on one card. “ Be careful! Watching others play cards: a rather unpleasant situation ahead. Playing cards with others: you want to avoid a fight, because someone with bad intentions is trying to harm you. See Games.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Playing Cards

Happenstance, luck, and skill.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Playing Cards

In interpreting a dream of playing cards, remember that red is of good omen and black is unfortunate. Ace is high and deuce is low.

Hearts indicate good fortune in love; diamonds stand for wealth.

Spades point to hard work without reward; while clubs portend disgrace.

The higher the cards in the red suits, the better is the augury.

The higher the cards in the black suits, the worse is the augury.... The Complete Dream Book

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Playing Cards

Dreams that contain cards are related to working with patterns and all the permutations that are possible when you understand the underlying structure of how life works. Cards are numbered and suited, and through working with these categories, an almost infinite number of possibilities exists. This is an analogy for how life itself works. In this way, playing cards are like a testing ground for becoming more skillful in playing the game of life.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Playing Cards In Dreams

Long before people used cards to play games, they were used to foretell the future. In fact, playing cards were invented for divination rather than for entertainment. Bear in mind that dreams comment on future possibilities rather than predict the future, but if a particular card is highlighted in your dream, the following traditional divinatory meanings may suggest possible situations you might like to encourage or avoid in your waking life. First of all, the suits are associated with the four elements as follows: Hearts—Water; Clubs—Fire; Diamonds—Earth; Spades—Air. The individual card meanings are as follows:

Ace of Hearts: Love and happiness; a particularly favorable card that indicates troubles lifting.

King of Hearts: A fair-haired man with a good nature; or a man with water signs predominating in his chart; fair, helpful advice. Affectionate, caring man. This man helps you out without much talk; his actions reveal his kindness and concern.

Queen of Hearts: A fair-haired woman with a good nature; or a woman with water signs predominating in her chart; kind advice. Affectionate, caring woman. This card can sometimes indicate the mother or a mother figure.

Jack of Hearts: A warm-hearted friend; a fair-haired youth; or a young person with water signs predominating in their chart; often points to a younger admirer.

10 of Hearts: Good luck; success; this is an important card that suggests good fortune after difficulty.

9 of Hearts: The card of wishes; a wish or dream fulfilled.

8 of Hearts: Unexpected gift or visit; an invitation to a party.

7 of Hearts: Someone whose interest in you is unreliable; someone with fickle affections for you; can indicate lovesickness.

6 of Hearts: A sudden wave of good luck; someone takes care of you or takes a warm interest in you.

5 of Hearts: Jealousy; some ill-will from people around you.

4 of Hearts: Travel; change of home or business.

3 of Hearts: Love and happiness; can also indicate emotional problems and an inability to decide who to love.

2 of Hearts: A warm partnership or engagement; a very favorable card that indicates strength and support coming from a partner.

Ace of Clubs: Wealth, prosperity, unexpected money; can also suggest mismanagement of money.

King of Clubs: Dark-haired, kindhearted man; or a man with fire predominating in his chart; a generous, spirited man.

Queen of Clubs: Dark-haired, confident woman; or a woman with fire predominating in her chart; she may give you good advice.

Jack of Clubs: A dark-haired or fiery youth; a popular youth who is good-hearted and playful; can also indicate an admirer.

10 of Clubs: Business success; good luck with money; a trip taken now may result in a new friend or love interest.

9 of Clubs: Achievement; sometimes a wealthy marriage or sudden windfall.

8 of Clubs: Work or business problems that may have to do with jealousy.

7 of Clubs: Business success, although there may be problems with the opposite sex; a change in business that may have been expected or earned, such as a promotion.

6 of Clubs: Financial aid or success.

5 of Clubs: New friendships or alliances are made.

4 of Clubs: Beware of dishonesty or deceit; avoid blind acceptance of others at this time.

3 of Clubs: Love and happiness; successful marriage; a favorable long-term proposition; a second chance, often in an economic sense.

2 of Clubs: Obstacles to success; malicious gossip.

Ace of Spades: Misfortune; sometimes associated with a difficult ending.

King of Spades: Dark-haired man; or a man with air predominating in his chart; an ambitious, perhaps self-serving, man.

Queen of Spades: Widowed or divorced woman; a woman with air predominating in her chart.

Jack of Spades: A youth who is demanding or jealous.

10 of Spades: Worry; bad news.

9 of Spades: Misfortune; a personal low.

8 of Spades: Temptation; danger; upsets.

7 of Spades: Advice that is best not taken; loss; there is some obstacle to success, and this indicates that obstacles may be coming from within you.

6 of Spades: Small changes and improvements.

5 of Spades: Opposition and obstacles that are temporary; a blessing in disguise; sometimes indicates a negative or depressed person.

4 of Spades: Small worries; problems; financial difficulties, personal lows.

3 of Spades: Breaks or conflict in relationships.

2 of Spades: Deceit; may also warn against possible infidelity or separation.

Ace of Diamonds: Change; a message, often about money, and usually good news.

King of Diamonds: Fair-haired or graying man; a man with earth predominating in his chart; a man of authority, status, or influence.

Queen of Diamonds: Fair-haired woman; a woman with earth predominating in her chart; a gossip.

Jack of Diamonds: A youth, possibly in uniform; a jealous person who may be unreliable; a person who brings news, generally negative, but relatively minor.

10 of Diamonds: A change in financial status, often for the better.

9 of Diamonds: A new business deal; travel; restlessness; a change of residence.

8 of Diamonds: New job; change in job situation; the young or the old may find love on a trip.

7 of Diamonds: An argument concerning finances or employment, generally expected to be resolved happily.

6 of Diamonds: Relationship problems; arguments; separation.

5 of Diamonds: Happiness and success; a change for the better; a birth, or good news for a child; a good time to start new projects.

4 of Diamonds: Financial upswing; an older person may give good advice.

3 of Diamonds: A legal letter; be tactful with others in order to avoid disputes.

2 of Diamonds: A business partnership; a change in relationship; gossip.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Playing Field

Symbolic of contested territory ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Playing Games

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Shop-a-holic

See Retail Therapy.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Workaholic

Dreams of a workaholic is sign from your subconscious mind that that you might be more productive if you took a break. Perhaps you are working out and releasing your feelings of inadequacy, your misconceptions about not being enough, and the illusion that -worth and -work are one in the same.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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