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Dream Interpretation Reel | Dream Meanings


The meaning of the dream depends on what kind of reels were involved, but as a general guide reels are a symbol of success through perseverance.

See also Films, Thread, etc.

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams | Stearn Robinson - Tom Corbett

To wind cotton or silk on Reek signifies delayed success achieved by patience.

Mystic Dream Book | Internet Archive - Anonymous

Something that staggers in motion

Dream Dictionary Unlimited | Margaret Hamilton


Reel Dream | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Reel

Kidneys

To dream about your kidneys, foretells you are threatened with a serious illness, or there will be trouble in marriage relations for you.

If they act too freely, you will be a party to some racy intrigue.

If they refuse to perform their work, there will be a sensation, and to your detriment.

If you eat kidney-stew, some officious person will cause you disgust in some secret lover affair. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Lobster

To dream of seeing lobsters, denotes great favors, and riches will endow you.

If you eat them, you will sustain contamination by associating too freely with pleasure-seeking people.

If the lobsters are made into a salad, success will not change your generous nature, but you will enjoy to the fullest your ideas of pleasure.

To order a lobster, you will hold prominent positions and command many subordinates. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Creek

Blessings flowing freely; see “water”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Pest

One who causes the same type of problem, i.E.

A locust is a freeloader; research the type of pest... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Pour

To freely dispense of one’s self, i.E.

To pour out blessings; to pour out one’s wrath... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Tourniquet

Excessive pressure that stops one’s blood (life) from being allowed to flow freely; see “blood”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Air

1. If outside breathing freely, the indication is that one should express beliefs that are being privately held.

2. Being released from a confining situation.

3. Desire to be free. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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New American Dream Dictionary

Fire Descending From The Skies

Fire descending from the skies is an ominous dream.

If such a fire does not destroy anything it means the people of that place will verbally quareel among themselves without causing physical harm. Smoke in such a fire reduces the severity of such a quareel.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Funeral

Joining the funeral prayers in a dream means fostering brotherhood with people on God’s path. Walking by a funeral procession in a dream is interpreted to represents a hypocrite who destroys or kills an evil person. Ifone sees himself laid in a coffin though no one carries it in a dream, it means that he will be imprisoned.

If one’s coffin is carried by a group of people, it means that he will support and serve a man of authority, then collect a financial reward for his support. Involuntarily following a funeral procession in a dream means serving a non-religious person in authority. Sitting on top of a coffin in a dream means increase in one’s wealth.

If one sees himself lifted and placed in a coffin in a dream, it means that people will appoint him to a leadership position. Ifone sees a group of people performing a funeral prayers and crying over the loss of the deceased in a dream, it means that the conclusion of his life will be commendable. Otherwise, if they express no sorrow for his loss or cry over him, but instead criticize him in the dream, it means that the conclusion of his life will be contemptible.

If a merchant, a governor or a leader sees himself sitting over a coffin that is moving freely by itself in the dream, it means taking a trip by sea. Ifone sees the coffin flying in a dream, it means that a great man of knowledge will die in that town and people will not know of it, or that a known person will die in a foreign land or on the way to or back from a pilgrimage.

If a funeral reachs the cemetery in a dream, it means that people will surly regain their rights.

If one sees a large number of coffins scattered in a specific locality in a dream, it means that the people of that community will break into violence, adultery and evildoing. Carrying a coffin in a dream means earning unlawful income.

If a woman sees her own funeral in a dream it means that she will get married.

If she is married, it means payment of her debts.

A funeral crossing a marketplace in a dream means liquidation of merchandise. Paying tribute to a funeral in a dream means bidding farewell or paying respect to a travelling friend. Paying tribute to a passing funeral procession in a dream represents one’s concern for his own comfort.

If the deceased in the coffin points at the person seeing the dream, it means that the latter will conduct his funeral, and he will receive a reward for his service.

If he serves that funeral till the burial and the closing of the grave in a dream, it means that he will receive double that reward, the value of which reward is known only to God Almighty.

(Also see Cemetery; Death; Funeral prayers)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Seasonal Sweets

In a dream, seasonal sweets represent witnessing an annual festival, or the reelection of ajust ruler.

(Also see Pastry)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Seeing Any Of The Great Angels Of Allah Ta’ala

Dreaming of any of the great angels of Allah (Such as Jibreel, Mikaail, Izrail and Israfeel Alayhimus Salaam) heralds, plentiful rain, fertility of land, abundant risk and reduction in prices of goods or commodities, it is also a glad tiding that the observer of such a dream will attain martyrdom.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Walnuts

It means quareeling. Otherwise it means livelihood obtained after much exertion.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Wielding An Unsheathed Sword

Imaam Ja’far (RA) says that anyone who sees himself as wielding a naked sword means he will speak out freely against the people and their affairs. And if he strikes someone with the sword but neither does he bleed nor the victim it means he will speak out openly against them. But if the victim bleeds in such a manner that the striker’s body becomes soiled with his blood it means that in real life the victim will speak out freely against him or the striker will obtain unlawful wealth from him.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Guns

The gun in your dream could represent several different things, so please pay attention to the details and to the mood of the dream.

The gun could symbolize the male sex organ, aggression, harshness, and fear. This dream may have sexual connotations, or your unconscious mind may be telling you not to harbor your negative feelings but express them more freely before they become explosive. On the more positive side of things, the gun could simply represent your need to protect yourself either emotionally or physically or both.

If the gun in the dream is used to hurt or kill you or someone else, please consider your current difficulties, hostile feelings or serious arguments, which you may have within yourself or with others. See Also: Shooting, Blood... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Jungle

The jungle could represent your confusing and overwhelming thoughts regarding daily life.

If you dream you are in an impenetrable jungle, your unconscious may be revealing to you the anxiety you have about a particular situation, a current difficulty, or the future.

If you find yourself freely exploring the jungle, it is a positive dream image which might be encouraging you to go new adventure and discover unexplored areas of your own psyche. See also: Forest / Woods... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Walls

Walls as dream images are generally considered obstacles and sources of isolation or confinement. Some people are emotionally guarded and feel unable to express themselves freely.

If you are such a person, this dream symbol might be pointing to the walls that you have built around yourself. Additionally, if you are experiencing challenges and seemingly impenetrable difficulties in daily life, the wall in your dream may be a reflection of those factors. Consider your current situation and attempt to identify the source of the walls in your dream. Climbing the wall suggests that you are becoming prepared or are able to overcome difficulties and/or challenges. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Jungle

If the jungle is Impenetrable, your subconscious may be revealing to you the anxiety you have about the future.

If you find yourself freely exploring the jungle, it may be a hint that you need a change of scene.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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Falling

Some dream researchers suggest falling is one of the main themes in dreams. In the sample used for this book, the words fall, falls, fell, falling occur 72 times in 1,000 dreams.

The words find, finds, finding, found occur 297 times. And the words connected with looking and seeing occur 1,077 times.

During our development or growth we ‘fall’ from our mother’s womb when ripe; being dropped by a parent must be our earliest sense of insecurity; we fall many times as we learn to stand and walk; as we explore our boundaries in running, climbing, jumping and riding, falling is a big danger, at times it could mean death. Out of this we create the ways falling is used in dreams.

Example: ‘I am sitting in a high window box facing out­wards, with my son and a friend of his on my left. I feel very scared of falling and ask my son and his friend to climb back into the building. I feel too scared to move until they shift’ (Trevor N). At the time of the dream Trevor was working, for the first time in his life, as a full-time freelance journalist. His wife was out of work and his frequency of sales low enough to cause them to be running out of money.

The building behind him in the dream felt like a place he had worked nine to five —security. Falling was failure, getting in debt, dropping into the feelings of self doubt and being incapable.

In general, then, falling represents loss of confidence; threat to usual sources of security such as relationship, source of money, social image, beliefs; tension. Sometimes it is loss of social grace; losing face, moral failure—falling into tempta­tion; coming down to earth from a too lofty attitude, sexual surrender.

Example: ‘I was on a road which led up to the hospital I was put in at three. I felt a sense of an awful past as I looked at the road. Then I was standing on the edge of a precipice or cliff. My wife was about four yards away near the road. I stepped in an area of soft earth. It gave beneath my weight and I sank up to my waist. I realised the cliff edge was unsta­ble and the whole area would fall. I was sinking and shouting to my wife to help me. She was gaily walking about and made light of my call for help. I cried out again. Still she ignored me. I shouted again for her help. She took no notice and I sank deeper, the ground gave way and I fell to my death’ (Barry 1). Through being put in a hospital at three without his mother, Barry had a deep seated fear that any woman he loved could desen him. His fall is the loss of any sense of bonding between him and his wife out of this fear. His death is the dying of his feeling of love and relationship, and the pain it causes. Understanding these fears, Barry was able to leave them behind in later dreams and in life.

By learning to meet our insecurities (perhaps by using the last question in dream processing) we can dare more in life. This is in essence the same as meeting the fear of falling off our bike as we learn to ride.

If we never master the fear we cannot ride. Therefore some dreams take falling into realms beyond fear.

The following examples illustrate this.

Example: ‘Near where I stood in the school gymnasium was a diving board, about 20 ft off the ground. Girls were learning to dive off the board and land flat on their back on the floor.

If they landed flat they didn’t hurt themselves—like falling backwards standing up’ (Barry I).

The school is where we learn. Once we learn to fall ‘flat on our back’, i.e. fail, without being devastated or ‘hurt’ by it, we can be more cre­ative. Going fast to an edge and falling: could mean overwork and danger of breakdown of health.

Example: ‘As I prayed I realised I could fly. I lifted off the ground about 3 feet and found I could completely relax while going higher or falling back down. So it was like free fall. I went into a wonderful surrendered relaxation. My whole body sagging, floating in space. It was a very deep meditative expe­rience (Sarah D). Sarah has found an attitude which enables her to soar/dare or fall/fail without being so afraid of being hurt or dying emotionally. This gives a form of freedom many people never experience. This does not arise from denying or suppressing fears.

Seeing things fall: sense of danger or change in regard to what is represented. Person falling: wish to be rid of them, or anxiety in regard to what they represent; end of a relationship. Child, son falling: see baby; son and daughter under family. House falling down, personal stress; illness; personal change and growth due to letting old habits and attitudes crumble. Example: ‘I was standing outside my mother’s house to the right.

The ground in front had fallen away.

The house was about to cave in. I felt no fear or horror. Instead I was think­ing about new beginnings and the possibility of a new house’ (Helen B). Helen is here becoming more independent and leaving behind attitudes and dependency. See house; abyss; chasm. See also flying. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Artist

A well-known symbol for a life lived freely and creatively.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Driver’s License

Symbolizes identity. You have been recognized as mature enough to become a Leader. You can move freely (symbol of freedom). Loss of driver’s license, loss of identity, immaturity. Searching for the driver’s license, searching for one’s identity.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Pipe (water / Sewage Pipe)

A sexual symbol.

If you are crawling through the pipe yourself, it is a symbol of birth.

If the pipe is clogged up, it usually points to a problem with freely expressing your feelings. See Constipation.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Pirate

Freeloader. Longing for freedom and independence and living out the masculine in man and woman. Opposite, and a complement to, Admiral.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Shield (protective)

Protection. Something behind which one can move freely and organize an attack.

It is also a place to which the soul can retreat.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Trout

Fish. Enjoyment of life; you are able to move freely in the waters of your emotions.

Folklore: Difficulties are disappearing; innate emotional balance.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Abroad

1- To dream about being or going abroad gives us an understanding of our feelings towards the widening of our horizons, or making changes in our lives. Such dreams may also be connected with beliefs about the country in the dream (See Places). We are dreaming about personal freedom or the ability to move freely around our universe.

2- There is a psychological need to get away from (escape), or leave, a situation. We are perhaps travelling towards something new. Our minds arc more than capable of accepting new input and experience and will often do so on a subliminal level. We then become aware through dreams of what we have learnt, or what we have to do.

3- In a spiritual sense going or being abroad is all about new spiritual experiences.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Birds

1- Birds in dreams usually represent freedom, imagination, thoughts and ideas which, by nature, need freedom to be able to become evident. As far back as Pagan times, man has been fascinated by birds and by flight. Birds were believed to be vehicles for the soul and to have the ability to carry the soul to heaven. As a result, birds were very often invested with magical and mystical powers.

2- Psychologically man often needs to project human qualities onto objects outside himself, and because birds’ conduct is entirely instinctive, they can be used in dreams to understand man’s behaviour.

3- Birds have come to represent the Soul both its dark and its enlightened side.

A caged bird can indicate restraint or entrapment.

A bird flying freely represents aspirations and desires and possibly the spirit soaring towards the Divine.

A display of plumage indicates the dreamer’s facade the way the individual sees him- or herself.

A flock of birds containing both winged and plucked birds indicates confusion over bodilv or material considerations as opposed to Spiritual aspirations. Birds can sometimes denote the feminine, free side of the being.

The golden-winged bird has the same significance as fire and therefore indicates spiritual aspirations.

A high-flying bird Spiritual awareness or that part in us which seeks knowledge. In a man’s dream, a bird can represent the Anima (see Introduction). In a woman’s dream, it suggests the Self, in the sense of the Spiritual Self (see Introduction).

White/Black birds The two aspects of the Anima or Self (see Introduction) may be represented as two opposites.

The black bird signifies the dark, neglected or shadowy side, the white the open, clear, free side.

A pet bird Personal circumstances and emotions can have a profound effect on our self- management, and remembered happiness can be experienced in dreams about pet birds. Chicken The imagination is being used to serve a practical function. There is potential for growth, though this may also come about through belonging to a group.

The chicken can also represent stupidity and cowardice. Cock The cock is the symbol of a new day and of vigilance or watchfulness. It represents the masculine principle and thus the need to be more upfront and courageous.

Crow Dreaming of a crow can have two meanings. Traditionally the crow warns of death but may also represent wisdom and deviousness.

Cuckoo The meaning of the cuckoo is ambivalent, since it can represent deviousness or unrequited love. As the herald of spring it indicates a change from old, stale energy to newness and freshness.

Dove The Anima (see Introduction).

The bringer of calm after the storm, the Soul, the peaceful side of man’s nature appears in dreams as the dove.

Duck In a dream this can often denote some kind of superficiality or childishness.

Eagle Because the eagle is known to be a bird of prey; in dreams it signifies domination and supremacy. It can equally also mean perccptiveness and awareness as well as farsightedness and objectivity.

If the dreamer identifies with the eagle, his own wish to dominate is becoming apparent though there may be some difficulty in reconciling other parts of the dreamer’s nature.

If the dreamer feels threatened, somebody else may be threatening the status quo.

Falcon The falcon shares the symbolism of the eagle. As a bird of prey, it typifies freedom and hope for those who are being restricted in any way. It can represent victory over lust. Goose/Geese The goose is said to represent watchfulness and love. Like the swan it can represent the dawn or new life.

A flock of geese is often taken to represent the powers of intuition and to give warning of disaster. Wild goose The wild goose can represent the soul and often dcpicts the Pagan side of our nature. Geese, in common with cats, are considered to be witches’ familiars. Hen The hen denotes providence, maternal care and procreation. When a hen crows in a dream it is taken to represent feminine domination.

Ibis The ibis, sometimes taken to be the stork, is the symbol of perseverance and of aspiration. Jackdaw - see Magpie. Kingfisher To dream of a king- lishcr is to dream of dignity and calmness.

Lark A lark is traditionally supposed to represent the transcendence of the mundane. Magpie/Jackdaw Because of the belief that magpies and jackdaws are thieves, to dream of one may indicate that an associate is attempting to take away something that the dreamer values. Also the magpie can signify good news. Ostrich The ostrich denotes that one is attempting to run away from responsibility. Owl The owl is sacrcd to Athena, goddess of strategy and wisdom, therefore in a dream the owl can describe those qualities. Because it is also associated with the night-time, it can sometimes represent death.

Peacock To see a peacock in a dream indicates a growth of understanding from the plain and unadorned to the beauty of the fully plumed bird. Like the phoenix, it represents rebirth and resurrection.

Pelican There are two meanings to the symbolism of the pelican. One is sacrifice and devotion and the other is careful and maternal love.

Penguin The penguin is thought to represent adaptability but also possibly stupidity. Pheasant To dream of pheasants generally foretells prosperity and good fortune to come. Phoenix The phoenix is a universal symbol of rebirth, resurrection and immortality (dying in order to live). Quail The quail represents amorousness, sometimes courage and often good luck. In its negative form it can also represent witchcraft and sorcery.

Raven The raven can be a symbol of sin, but if it is seen to be talking it often represents prophecy. Its meaning can be ambivalent since it can represent evil, but also wisdom. Seagull flic seagull is a symbol of freedom and power. Sparrow “flic sparrow represents business and industrv.

Stork

The stork is a symbol of new life and new beginnings.

Swallow

The swallow seen in a dream represents hope and the coming of Spring. Swan The swan is the soul of man and is often taken to be the divine bird. It can sometimes denote a peaceful death. Turkey The turkey is traditionally a food for celebrations and festivals.

To dream of it can therefore denote that there may be good times ahead. Vulture/Buzzard The vulture is a scavenger and therefore has an association with the feminine aspect in its destructive persona. Woodpecker The woodpcckcr is a guardian of both kings and trees in mythology.

It is also reputed to have magical powers.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Hairdresser

1- For many women, her hairdresser is someone with whom she can communicate freely. In dreams the hairdresser may appear as the part of ourselves which deals with self- image and the way we feel about ourselves. We perhaps need to consider ways in which we can change our image.

2- Psychologically and intellectually, the hairdresser can represent the healer within us.

An intimate yet objective relationship can be important within our lives.

A hairdresser appearing in dreams would signify this relationship.

3- In terms of spirituality the connection between self-image and beauty is obvious. We cannot grow spiritually unless we like ourselves.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Halter

1- The halter shares the symbolism of bonds, since under normal circumstances it often controls the head. We arc dreaming about reigning back on the intellect, instead of allowing the creative energy to flow freely. We are not allowing ourselves the freedom to create to the best of our ability. It usually represents restriction of one form or another, although interestingly enough it may indicate acceptable restriction.

2- When wc are moving into new areas of growth we sometimes need to be shown the way, and the halter is a symbol of this leading forward into new creativity. We are, as it were, being taken by the head and shown what we need to see.

3- We may be also experiencing some spiritual restraint.

If so, we should take time to look at what we want most spiritually.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Kidnap

1- If we find ourselves being kidnapped within a dream, we are conscious of the fact that our own fears and doubts can make us victims. We are being overcome by our own “demons’, which have ganged up on us and caused us to become insecure.

2- In dreams we mav find ourselves trying to kidnap someone else and this would indicate, at its simplest level, that we are trying to influence someone else. It may also suggest that we are trying to absorb some quality from the other person which is not freely available.

3- Some sort of psychic theft may be symbolised here, or on a darker level a thread of spiritual vampirism may be running through the dreamer’s subconscious.

It is up to the dreamer thoroughly to define this image.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Bartender

If you are the bartender, then you will be mixing with company that is beneath you.

If you are being served by a bartender, you should beware of any advice offered freely to you.

If enjoying company at a bar, you are in need of good companionship.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Beggar

Opportunities.

To give freely to the beggar means you will be making great gams and having tremendous opportunities.

To ignore a beggar is to miss out on what could bring you big success. See also Meeting.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Assistance

This often indicates exactly what it appears to be: help freely given or offered.

Helpful hands, of which you may be unaware. Consider the source of aid shown in the dream for its literal or figurative meaning, then find a correlation in your life.... The Language of Dreams

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Birds

(see by type, Nest, Flying, Wings)

A type of flying dream, especially if you have sprouted wings.

If the bird is carrying something to you, or away from you, what it bears is significant to meaning.

For example, a bird carrying an olive branch would traditionally symbolize forgiveness and peace.

If the birds are scavengers preying on something (see Buzzard, Carcass), this indicates that you, or someone you know, have taken unfair advantage of a situation. Alternatively, if the birds are picking relentlessly, this may reveal inner trauma over teasing from those in your peer group.

According to Edgar Cayce, transcendental joy and beauty, especially if a bluebird. Parakeets equate to relationships on the same level. However, if the bird is confined, this is another type of cage dream that can reveal an inability to freely verbalize your thoughts, or a relationship in which you feel confined.

Love birds in a cage reveal a love that isn’t totally mature or trusting, so it resorts to manipulation to keep the two parties together.

A bird singing sweetly reveals pleasure, honor, and success. Alternatively, it can indicate someone who always has something nice to say.

Birds chattering represent matters of communication, especially gossip or secrets (e.g., “a little bird told me”).... The Language of Dreams

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Bridge

(see Archway) Transitions, especially if you are moving from one side to the other (see Abyss).

Standing in the middle of: A critical decision that is very difficult. Look to see what lies on each side of the bridge for greater detail.

Birth and death. Bridges span a gulf, and by so doing allow a soul to move freely from one state to the next.

Connections and communication.

If the bridge reaches to someone who is far away, or someone with whom communication has been severed, this may indicate a longing or need to reconnect to that individual.

Is the bridge on fire} If so, be absolutely certain that whatever this overpass represents is a bridge that you really want to burn.... The Language of Dreams

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Chalice (cup)

(see Abyss, Basket, Beverages by type, Bowl, Circle, Cauldron)

Alternative womb and fertility symbol, especially if filled with liquid (see Milk, Juice, Water, Wine).

Arthurian and Druidical lore identify this emblem as the grail, the cup that signifies humankind’s connection with nature and each other.

Christian: The sacredness of life and the quality of forgiveness (the cup of Christ’s blood). In this case, do you drink freely of what’s offered you, or pour it away?

Unity. In Gypsy, pagan, and Hebrew marriage and courtship rites, people drinking from one cup link their destinies and become as one.

Refusing: Wishing to avert a personal trial that is really unavoidable (note the story of Christ in the garden of Gethsemane). Alternatively, rejecting an opportunity for friendship or camaraderie because of suspicious motivations.

In Eastern philosophy, a cup is shaped by what it contains. What metaphorical beverages do you incorporate into yourself by drinking of this cup?... The Language of Dreams

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Concrete

(see Dam, or other objects formed from)

Foundations and security. Is the concrete fresh—or crumbling?

If your feet or other body parts are encased in concrete, this is a partial cage or other burden that needs to be released so that you can move freely.... The Language of Dreams

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Jungle

(see Creatures by type. Forest, Trees)

The chaotic world (e.g., “it’s a jungle out there”).

The wild, untamed animal nature within each of us that desires a place where it can run freelv.

Filled with vines: Entangled situations in which almost every movement makes things worse.

Hidden hazards despite overwhelming appeal.

The heat and humidity of the jungle can metaphorically relate to feeling pressured or nervous (e.g., having “sweaty palms”).... The Language of Dreams

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Nose

(see Body, Face)

Your investigative instincts (e.g., being able to “sniff something out).

Truthfulness or lack thereof, like the story of Pinocchio.

Recognizing quality or the lack of it, like someone who has a “nose for wine.”

It you dream of a stuffed nose, this indicates that something is stifling your ability to breathe freely and enjoy your leisure time. Alternatively, this mav be a circumstantial dream caused by a cold or sinus condition.

A bleeding nose represents having your dignity somehow affronted.... The Language of Dreams

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Servants / Servitude

(see Jobs, Professions, Workers)

Giving of yourself freely, but perhaps in excess.

Being in a situation or relationship in which one person is dominated by another’s rules, ideas, expectations, and / or requirements.

Discovering that those around you are taking advantage of your good-hearted nature by having you wait on them hand and foot. Remember to say “no” once in a while!... The Language of Dreams

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Storm

(see Disasters, Lightning, Rain, Snow, Wind) Internal or external conflict.

Emotional buildup that threatens to rage freely if you don’t find a constructive outlet for that energy.

An emotional release that leads to liberation (like a good cry), just as rain is figuratively “released” from clouds to nourish the land.... The Language of Dreams

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Suffocation

The inability to express yourself as freely or honestly as you might wish (see Choking).

Being unsatisfied and unfulfilled by your present situation to the point where this slowly “kills” creativity or individuality.

Being overwhelmed by restrictions imposed upon you by others, your culture, society, or religion.

If you see yourself suffocating someone else, this either expresses aggression toward that person, or something so morally or ethically offensive that you want to stifle it.... The Language of Dreams

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Fishing

Fishing may represent retrieving the wealth within the subconscious. It may mention the need to be sritl and just wait for business prospects to bite the line. Once they do, you can reel in the rewards. Fishing can refect a contemplative experience in which you leam the power and serenity of Zen meditative thinking... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Monkey

Monkey may arrive to warn of a mischievous prankster at work who may make a mess of things. It points to pnmal emotions that need to be expressed more freely, perhaps those associated with childhood. Monkeys teach us about the importance of family relationships and group interactions. In that they swing on trees, they may point to explonng branches of knowledge.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Alms

To dream they are begged of you, and you deny to give them, shows want and misery to the dreamer; but to dream that you give them freely, is a sign of great joy, and long life to the dreamer or some particular friend of his.... The Complete Dream Book

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Addiction, Addict

Depth Psychology: A dream about addiction is a symbol of your fears, emotions, and dependence on other people. Your life and your actions are influenced by external events and not freely chosen by you. You would do well to free yourself from your addictive behavior.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Cannibal

Depth Psychology: The cannibal is the part of your personality that makes no effort to get somewhere on its own but wants to use others to do it. Unmask this freeloader and throw it out!... Dreamers Dictionary

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Cuckoo

Vision: Seeing a cuckoo means having to deal with a selfish person. Catching a cuckoo: gossip about yourself is driving you to distraction. Killing a cuckoo: your interference in other people’s business might create unpleasantness.

Depth Psychology: The cuckoo represents immature eroticism and sexuality; it interferes with your love relationship, because you are looking to satisfy it in places other than home.

The dream is also a warning about freeloaders who—when you aren’t looking—will try to dump their responsibilities on you (“laying a cuckoo egg in your nest”).... Dreamers Dictionary

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Lecture

Vision: If you are giving a lecture: you are too vain and self- satisfied—expect no sympathy. Losing your concentration during a speech: learn to speak freely—stage fright is not necessary.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Lice

Vision: Dreaming about lice usually means changing something for the worse. It might also refer to tta human parasite,” a freeloader who is looking for an advantage at your expense. See Bug.

Depth Psychology: Lice are a symbol of emotional unrest, deep-seated insecurities, and negative thinking.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Stuttering

Vision: Dreaming about stuttering is a sign of feelings of inferiority that influence your relationships in a negative way. Maybe you find it difficult—or you lack the courage—to explain yourself to others or voice your opinion. Speak freely and from your heart—it’s easier than you think. See Speaking.... Dreamers Dictionary

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