Stolen Work Chair | Dream Meaning

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180 dream symbols found for this dream.

Armchair

Take time to relax every now and then. ... armchair dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Armchair

Resting, being peaceful, as in Evening, Worship, and Prayer, but less religious in meaning. It may, however, also be a sign of laziness or boredom, and point to the fact that you act like a ruler. ... armchair dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Armchair

Whether the armchair is empty or whether you are sitting in it doesn’t matter. It means that you are firmly established in your present position and no one can move you out of it without your permission. ... armchair dream meaning

Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Armchair

Hasty news:... armchair dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

Armchair

Whatever favor you are seeking will be yours if you dreamed of sitting in or seeing a comfortable armchair. If you saw someone else in it or it was occupied by a dog or cat, you’ll soon have an unwelcome guest or two. An empty armchair signifies a mystery which will take considerable time and perseverance to solve. See also Furniture, etc. ... armchair dream meaning

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Armchair

1. The throne of God; Isa. 30:152. Lazy - armchair expert; Prov. 26:16. ... armchair dream meaning

Dream Dictionary The Biblical Model

Artwork

The person, place, or thing depicted in the artwork, or the idea of attention being focused on the featured subject. Feeling distanced from what’s represented in the artwork, perhaps a feeling that it’s unattainable (since art is a representation rather than reality). An opinion, belief, or other expression (as expressed by the artist). Creativity. For more clues to meaning, consider the subject and context of the piece, and how you felt about it. Creating art can represent: expression, creativity, communication, freedom, releasing inhibitions (or the need for more of such); extra focus on or thought about the person or topic portrayed in the art; feeling particularly creative during the dream state.

See also: Photo; Painting; Statue; Shaping; Performing; Creativity... artwork dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Being Late For Work

There’s an underlying feeling of frustration with this dream. You want to be somewhere you’re not, and it doesn’t matter how hard you try you can’t seem to get there. Whether you’re stuck in traffic, or simply can’t get to or find your office, this dream suggests you feel like you’re missing out on something. There’s a sense that time is running out in relation to one particular dream or goal, but this is only your perception. ... being late for work dream meaning

Dreams Interpretations Hidden Meanings Symbols

Chair

To see a chair in your dream, denotes failure to meet some obligation. If you are not careful you will also vacate your most profitable places. To see a friend sitting on a chair and remaining motionless, signifies news of his death or illness. ... chair dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Chair

To be still in a situation, observing but not resting, unless reclining... chair dream meaning

Dream Dictionary Unlimited

Chair

Quick way to get to a higher place. ... chair dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Chair

(Seat) In a dream, a chair represents authority, rank or a woman. An iron cast chair in a dream represents power and superiority. If it is a wooden chair, then it means less than that beside added hypocrisy. Sitting on a chair in a dream means becoming a guardian, deputy, attorney or proxy. If one qualifies for governing or for managing a business, then sitting on a chair in a dream means receiving such an appointment. If a traveller sees himself sitting on a chair in a dream, it means that he will return to his homeland to be reunited with his family and to attain his goals. For people in authority, a chair in their dream represents an appointment, a promotion, fame, marriage, children or buying an expensive property, a new vehicle or a new garment. If one finds a chair and sits on it in a dream, it means that he will gain power or be married to a woman whose prestige and sophistication correspond to those of the chair. Ifone’s wife is pregnant, then seeing oneself sitting on a chair in a dream means that she will beget a son. If one sees himself sitting on a chair and wearing a stately garment in a dream, it means that he will occupy the seat of knowledge, honor, reverence and that he will receive immediate benefits. If one’s chair breaks in a dream, it may mean his death or that of his wife, or it could mean their separation, or losing one’s authority at home or at work. Achair in a dream also signifies happiness and promotion for the one who sits on it, or it could mean spiritual success or winning God’s forgiveness in the hereafter and entering the heavenly paradise. If a pregnant woman sees herself sitting on a chair in a dream, the chair then represents her labor and her delivery day. If she is wearing a crown in the dream, then it means that she will beget a son. Seeing the Divine Throne (Kurs’i) of God Almighty in its most perfect condition which is situated in the highest heaven and as it is without attribution of human imagination or depictions of images in a dream means acquiring knowledge, wisdom and rising in station. Achair in a dream also signifies delivering a babe, travels, a vehicle, buying a house or initiating a good practice that people will emulate and follow. As for a sick person, a chair in his dream means being on his deathbed. (Also see Saddle; Seat; Throne)... chair dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Chair

A large chair is symbolic of authority, Song. 3:9... chair dream meaning

Christian Dream Symbols

Chair

Passive, relaxed attitude, inactivity; receptivity or open­ness. Placing chair in group: sense of status. Wheelchair: an invalid situation; a sense of weakness. If pushing someone else: seeing self as carrying an invalid. See example in au­tumn. ... chair dream meaning

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Chair

Need for rest. Folklore: News from an absent friend. ... chair dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Chair

See types of chairs. ... chair dream meaning

Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Chair

To dream of someone sitting in a rocking chair foretells the arrival of a disagreeable visitor. ... chair dream meaning

The Complete Dream Book

Chair

Vision: The chair is a symbol of your social and professional position or an indication of your unconscious view of your standing in the community. The rest of the dream and your present situation in real life are also important. See Furniture, Chair (Upholstered). ... chair dream meaning

Dreamers Dictionary

Chair

To see an empty Chair in your dream indicates news from a long-absent friend. ... chair dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

Chair

Dreams of a chair symbolize authority, the opinions that prop you up, and the ideas that uphold your position. This dream may be guiding you to relax, sit down and rest. Alternatively, this dream could be showing you that if you are resting on your laurels you could become sedentary. It may be time to stand up and be counted. An overstuffed chair represents an overstuffed sense of importance and ego. A hard and straight chair denotes uptight, inflexible and rigid beliefs. ... chair dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Chair

See furniture ... chair dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Chair

Psychological / emotional perspective: From medieval times the chalice has been associated with the symbolism of the heart, containing the life-force. In the full chalice this is represented by wine – wine and blood sharing the same meaning. ... chair dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Chair

Material aspects: In dreams the chalice represents the feminine. It can also represent an important event or ceremony. ... chair dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Chair

Gives gender - specific: In a woman’s dream the chalice tends to represent her sense of self and her connection to the ultimate. In a man’s dream it is more likely to be symbolic of his quest for autonomy. ... chair dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Chair

A chair can indicate that we need a period of rest and recuperation. We may need to deliberately take time out, to be open to other opportunities and openings. Cupboard / wardrobe – cupboards and wardrobes may depict those things we wish to keep hidden, but may also depict how we deal with the different roles we must play in life. Cushion – this suggests support and comfort. ... chair dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Chair

An empty chair signifies unexpected news. Sitting in a comfortable chair predicts comfort and easy times. A rocking chair foretells good luck - you will have positive gains without having to work for them (possibly an inheritance). ... chair dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Chair

An empty chair foreshadows heavy obligations that the dreamer must meet. If someone is sitting in the chair, illness or accident may befall that person. ... chair dream meaning

Psycho Dream Interpretation

Chair

An empty chair signifies unexpected news; sitting in a comfortable chair predicts comfort; a rocking chair indicates unanticipated gains through efforts other than your own (possibly an inheritance). See also Furniture. ... chair dream meaning

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Chair

Your attitudes, position in life; how you see yourself, identity. Also, comfort and centering, especially if a rocking chair; the rocking motion builds and centers energy. ... chair dream meaning

The Dream Books Symbols

Chair

Indicates a stop along the way. It could be the response of the subconscious to physical tiredness, or the need of the dreamer to take a pause and reflect over the path that he has taken in his life. In either case, the circumstances that surround this state of vigil, together with the interpretation of other symbols that appear in the dream scene, will serve to understand the message and make a more appropriate decision. ... chair dream meaning

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Chair

The act of sitting implies a restfulness or the stillness between movements. Sitting in a chair relates to the choice to commit to what that chair’s purpose has to offer. The chair in front of a desk implies a willingness to get to work; a dining room chair relates to taking in sustenance and nurturing; a comfortable armchair might indicate the desire to rest. The presence of a chair in a dream usually indicates that it is time to pause. ... chair dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Chair

A chair may symbolize sitting down to take time out to contemplate a situation before proceeding. If the dreamer is providing the chair, it’s time to sit for a while with oneself to contemplate new directions. If the chair is being offered, the dreamer should be open for taking advice. If, however, the dreamer finds himself or herself on the “hot seat,” then caution should prevail. ... chair dream meaning

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

Chair

This image suggests rest and receptivity as well as escapism. If you are in a group, watch where your chair is placed, as it could indicate your status within the group. If you are pushing an invalid in a wheelchair, is this a weak or sick aspect of yourself? Chairs are also associated with female sexuality. A broken chair or one that collapses under the dreamer may suggest the end of a sexual relationship. A dream of a cushion may be suggesting ways of protecting yourself; the color of the cushion will help you decide from what it is you need protection. A sofa or couch is where you sit and relax with others, and let your guard down. When it is called a couch, it may refer to the way we sometimes ‘couch’ information, presenting it in a more acceptable way. Is there a need to do this in waking life?... chair dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Chair

lucky numbers: 12-14-15-19-40-44arising from a: are entrusting your power to another. beach, a: your fraud has been uncovered. head of the table, at: your attitudes establish whether it is time for you to lead. maker, being a: labor is comfortably nondemanding, your worries are. man, being the: other’s trust in your judgment wil bring you distinction. moved by others, being in a, and: wil fail to meet an important obligation. of an arm: wil receive news of negotiations in your favor. comfortable, a: need to overcome natural laziness. empty: wil receive news from an absent friend. many: honor and dignity in your optimistic outlook. sitting in an: wil have high consideration by others. others: unwelcome guest wil come to visit. sleeping in a: have overstayed your welcome. sitting down in a: relief from adversity by your own wise dealings. stool, a: new friendship if you can expose your repressed anxieties. tack for someone to sit on, placing a: a grave error in judgment wil reverberate on you. upholstered, an: improve your home with your raise. worn-out: your immune system cannot fight emotional woes. ... chair dream meaning

Zolar’s Book of Dreams Numbers and Lucky Days

Chair (upholstered)

Vision: Dreaming about an upholstered chair: chances for a pay increase or a promotion at work are good. Seeing a worn-out chair: troubles and worries will spoil your happiness—particularly in your personal life. Sleeping in an upholstered chair means a present illness is taking longer to heal than you were hoping. Depth Psychology: See Furniture, Chair, Sofa. ChaliceVision: Seeing a chalice: great sorrow ahead. Drinking from a chalice: joy and calm waters are yours right now. Breaking a chalice: bad news will spoil your fun. Depth Psychology: The chalice symbolizes the “vessel of your soul, “ where all your emotions, hopes, and desires reside and of which you are only partly aware. It also is representative of the relationship you have with your feminine side and your mother. Often the chalice stands for the “cup of sorrow. ” See Cup, Container. ... chair (upholstered) dream meaning

Dreamers Dictionary

Chair / Seat

interpreted upon 6 sides: justice, glory, guardianship, the elevation of the matter, importance and high standing. ... chair / seat dream meaning

Islamic Dream - Cafer-i Sadik

Chair Maker

To dream of seeing a chair maker, denotes that worry from apparently pleasant labor will confront you. ... chair maker dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Chairlift

To dream of a chairlift symbolizes your need to take time out to contemplate a situation before proceeding. You are pushing yourself and have the energy and ability to reach the goal. But you should think hard, and be open to accepting advice from others, instead of just rushing ahead. ... chairlift dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Chairman

To dream that you see the chairman of any public body, foretells you will seek elevation and be recompensed by receiving a high position of trust. To see one looking out of humor you are threatened with unsatisfactory states. If you are a chairman, you will be distinguished for your justice and kindness to others. ... chairman dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Chairman

A dream of being chairman of any kind of meeting points toward a popularity that you will win through kindness and consideration for others. ... chairman dream meaning

The Complete Dream Book

Chairs

Chairs may represent ideas that you hold in your mind or that you are sitting on. Moving chairs around in a dream may signify playing with ideas. A wing-back example, may reflect traditional ideas, and modern style might point to simpler ideas that lot of detail. ... chairs dream meaning

Ariadne's Book of Dream

Construction Worker

(Carpenter; Mason; Woodworker; Workman) Seeing a construction worker in a dream means both poverty or richness, or he could denote travels or uncertainty about what profession one should get into to earn his livelihood, or he could represent someone who patiently carries someone else’s burdens, or someone who fabricates a story, or someone who embellishes a story with lies, or someone who mixes the lawful with the unlawful. A construction worker in a dream also represents someone who stirs-up people against one another for a price. If some dust falls over him during his work in the dream, it means that he will benefit accordingly, and if no dust falls over him duringhis work in the dream, it means that he will get nothing from inciting people against one another. Ifone sees a construction worker demolishing a wall or a house in a dream, it means that some enmity will grow between friends that could bring about the death of one of them. (Also see Carpenter; Digging; Labor; Pickax)... construction worker dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Coworker

To dream of your coworkers reflects the way you interact with them. This could indicate any conflicts or bonds that you share with them. It represents your aspirations, hopes, efforts and tendency to debate with others. If the coworkers in your dream are not your actual coworkers, then they may symbolize an aspect of your personality that you need to alter or improve. To dream that you are training someone to take your place implies that you are ready to begin new projects and encourage personal talents and abilities to grow. You have adopted new perspectives to replace previous ones. *Refer to Office. ... coworker dream meaning

Dream Symbols and Analysis

Coworker

An actual coworker, past or present. Your work or workplace. Teamwork, or your typical dynamics with that person (such as cooperation, competition, or animosity). A coworker from a past job could represent that person, that job, or that time period in your life.

See also: Person You Know; Workplace; Manager; Working; Time Frame; Past... coworker dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Coworker / Colleague

Oddly enough, dreaming of a colleague rarely involves issues at work. The focus is more likely to be on traits this person possesses that mean something to you. For example, if this person’s voice is especially loud, whatever he or she is saying to you in the dream is especially significant, and you should pay attention. If this person is someone you feel you can trust, there is some issue in your life involving trust that needs to be resolved. If you dream that a coworker whom you don’t particularly like suddenly acts like your best friend, or a colleague whom you like and respect turns hostile, be prepared for a reversal of some kind - for better or worse. ... coworker / colleague dream meaning

Dream Explanations of Astro Center

Coworkers

To see your coworkers in your dream, highlights aspects of your real life relationship with them, including difficulties or how well they support you. It signifies your ambition, struggles and competitive nature. If the coworkers in your dream are not your actual coworkers, then they may symbolize some psychological aspect of yourself that you need to work on. If you dream that you are training a coworker to take your place at work, this means you are making progress with respect to some task or inner development. You are leaving behind old attitudes and are looking toward the future. ... coworkers dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Crochet Work

To dream of doing crochet work, foretells your entanglement in some silly affair growing out of a too great curiosity about other people’s business. Beware of talking too frankly with over-confidential women. ... crochet work dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Dreamworks

To dream of Steven Spielberg or of his motion picture production company is about opening your creativity to the skies and beyond. You are beginning an out of the box creative exploration, realizing that your fantasy life could translate into a profitable career. ... dreamworks dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Easy Chair

You have been working too hard and deserve a vacation. ... easy chair dream meaning

Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Electric Chair

To dream of an electric chair is a warning that the current course of your actions will lead to disaster. ... electric chair dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

File (paperwork)

1. Putting the mind in order, organization of thoughts. 2. Encountering very difficult obstacles. ... file (paperwork) dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Fire Engine, Fireworks

Vision: Seeing fireworks means the loss of your fortunes. Watch out for con men and unrealistic goals—you might have a rude awakening. Seeing a fire engine indicates hard times to come. Depth Psychology: Fireworks mean you love attention and being the cen- terof attraction. See Fire. The tire engine represents that part of your personality (self-control) that deals properly with all urges and passion. ... fire engine, fireworks dream meaning

Dreamers Dictionary

Firework / Explosion / Inferno

If you watched a fantastic firework display in your dream, are you feeling particularly good about yourself right now? Has there been a personal triumph? Or should you interpret the dream sexually, as fireworks are symbols of sexual climax in the movies. On the other hand, fireworks may denote explosions of furious rage and any dream explosion may reflect pent-up fury or frustration that is building up in waking life. Is there something in waking life that is making you tense and angry? Dreams in which you watch helplessly as a raging inferno destroys your home may be warnings from your unconscious to fit a smoke alarm in your home or office, but they may also have highlighted your current overheated emotional stage. It is important to ask yourself who or what is provoking your rage and whether the full force of your anger is about to be unleashed in waking life. And what would the results of the explosion be— devastation that all you have worked for has gone up in smoke, or liberation that you have burned your bridges and can arise energized from the ashes?To dream of a fireman represents selfcontrol and your ability to deal with your energies, burning desires or emotional emergencies in the waking world. To dream that you caused a fire may be a warning from your unconscious that you are playing with fire and may be in danger of getting your fingers burned if you go ahead with a certain project or get involved with a certain person. If you find yourself on fire, your passions may be consuming you and you may feel hopeless and trapped in waking life. If, however, you managed to put a fire out, this shows that you are asserting control over the fire raging within you. If someone else started a fire, your unconscious may have been telling you to watch that person carefully in waking life or to carry out some simple safety checks. ... firework / explosion / inferno dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Fireworks

To see fireworks, indicates enjoyment and good health. For a young woman, this dream signifies entertainments and pleasant visiting to distant places. ... fireworks dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Fireworks

1. Celebrations in the offing, possible pregnancy. 2. Important plans need to be reassessed for potential problems or flaws. 3. Creativity; artistic expression displayed for all to see. ... fireworks dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Fireworks

Playing with illusion. Points to how special an occasion is. Blending passion, lust, orgasm, and enthusiasm. Folklore: Be careful. ... fireworks dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Fireworks

1- Fireworks are generally accepted as belonging to a happy occasion or celebration, though they may also be frightening. When we dream of fireworks we are hoping to be able to celebrate good fortune, although there may be a secondary emotion associated with that celebration. 2- Fireworks can have the same significance as an explosion. A release of energy or emotion can have quite a spectacular effect on us, or on people around us. 3- There is an excess of spiritual emotion which needs to be channelled properly in order to prevent it shooting off in all directions. ... fireworks dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Fireworks

It is a sign of coming treachery if you watch Fireworks in your dream. Be careful in your business transactions and avoid speculations. ... fireworks dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

Fireworks

Dreams of fireworks represent passion, love, romance, ecstasy, celebration and bliss. You are realizing your independence, interdependence, and are feeling free to love as fully as you choose. See Fairy Tale. ... fireworks dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Fireworks

There is an excess of spiritual emotion, which needs to be channelled properly in order to prevent it shooting off in all directions. Various fireworks may have specific significances. The catherine wheel signifies the martyrdom of st catherine of sienna, so in dreams could represent oppression of the feminine, while the rocket suggests aiming for the unknown. ... fireworks dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Fireworks

Psychological / emotional perspective: Fireworks can have the same significance as an explosion. Such a release of energy or emotion can have quite a spectacular effect on us, or on people around us. ... fireworks dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Fireworks

Material aspects: Fireworks are generally accepted as belonging to a happy occasion or celebration, though they may also be frightening. When we dream of fireworks we are hoping to be able to celebrate good fortune, although there may be a secondary emotion associated with that celebration. ... fireworks dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Fireworks

Watching fireworks burst into a rain of light in the sky is an omen of great good fortune ahead, particularly in romance. If someone throws a firecracker at you, this is a sign of trouble, probably because of someone else. But if the firecracker turns out to be a dud, that person will not succeed. Sparklers and Roman candles are portents of an increased social life and good times ahead. ... fireworks dream meaning

Dream Explanations of Astro Center

Fireworks

To see fireworks in your dream, symbolizes enthusiasm, creativity, and talent. It may also indicate that you are showing off and making a spectacle of yourself. ... fireworks dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Fireworks

A sort of dream of contrary, as it forecasts obstacles to the accomplishment of some cherished plan, and the more spectacular the display was in your dream, the longer will be your season of frustration. ... fireworks dream meaning

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Fireworks

Depending on dream can mean it’s time for a celebration of a job well done or your energy is being scattered and misdirected. ... fireworks dream meaning

The Dream Books Symbols

Fireworks

Actual fireworks that you’ve seen, or that you’re expecting or imagining. The idea of spectacle, celebration, or a sense of magic. A particular event, time of year, or person you associate with fireworks.

See also: Holiday; Special Occasion; New Year... fireworks dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Fireworks

lucky numbers: 09-27-28-34-36-43display, watching a: wil suffer through being the center of attention. children, with: your energy is scattered among your progeny. relatives: family celebration for a job wel done. firecracker, a: an irritation, interesting but deadly, of a purpose misdirected. of: a rude awakening that your partners are con artists. ... fireworks dream meaning

Zolar’s Book of Dreams Numbers and Lucky Days

Gestalt Dream Work

See dream processing. ... gestalt dream work dream meaning

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Hard Work

(See Labor)... hard work dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

High Chair

To dream about a child’s high chair signifies unexpected news. ... high chair dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Home Improvement / Housework

If your dream hasn’t been triggered by a television home makeover show, making improvements to your home may symbolize making improvements to yourself. Are there any jobs that you feel need to be done right now? Could you do with a coat of paint to brighten yourself up with a fresh new color? If you dream of building an extension, do you want or need to expand your horizons? Putting on a new roof may relate to raising your expectations, whilst applying a coat of varnish or paint can suggest a desire to disguise your own self-perceived flaws. It can also indicate the desire to gloss over problems in a relationship. Whitewash may represent your attempts to cover up something that causes you embarrassment, whether relating to your own feelings of guilt or your suspicion that others are not what they seem. Clearing or laying down new paths or foundations may relate to new approaches to life. If household breakages feature in your dream this may represent flawed ideas. A cracked cup can symbolize lost love. A dream of breaking things in the house may suggest anger or despair. Dreams of housework in general suggest keeping your internal house in order, perhaps by taking time to clarify or define motives, opinions and feelings about others; they also stand for the cleaning out of non-functional or negative attitudes, thoughts and experiences. To dream that you are cleaning your house with a broom or dustpan and brush signifies your need to clear out your thoughts and get rid of old ways. You are seeking self-improvement. If you, or a cleaner, are cleaning, this may also recall memories of your mother. Alternatively, the house being cleaned may symbolize the self and a need to give extra care and attention to neglected aspects of your personality. When compared with sweeping up, vacuum cleaning suggests both a definite desire to do away once and for all with the effects of a past action, and a definite desire to move on and put the past behind you. To dream of cleaning windows suggests that you are trying to get a clearer view of the world around you. Using a washing machine may suggest it is time to confront old issues that are destroying your peace of mind. The water may also point to deep-seated childhood issues that need to come out in the wash. Hanging your clothes out to dry may suggest a yearning for the lost innocence of childhood or a desire for uninhibited sexuality. If you are washing the dishes in your dream kitchen, this may suggest a desire to wash away feelings of shame or disgust, or a wish to deny responsibility for something. ... home improvement / housework dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Home Shopping Network (hsn)

Dreams of the Home Shopping Network represents a fascination with all that glitters, sales, marketing, convenience, luxury, and instant gratification. See Shop, Bling-Bling, and Retail Therapy. ... home shopping network (hsn) dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Homework

To dream of working on your school homework, sometimes foretells academic success. Alternatively, this dream may suggest anxieties about a current assignment or project. You may need to stop procrastinating. ... homework dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Homework

An assigned task or a responsibility. The idea of practicing something in order to learn or improve. An extra load or an increased number of tasks on a to-do list. Something extracurricular, “in the margins,” or outside the scope of a primary activity.

See also: Working; Text; Math; Task... homework dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Housework

The cleaning out of non-functional, negative attitudes, thoughts and experience; keeping our internal house in order, perhaps by taking time to clarify or define motives, opinions and feelings about others. ... housework dream meaning

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Housework

Dreaming about housework can simply be a reflection of our everyday tasks. Otherwise, it can refer to “getting our house together,” or cleaning out the things that no longer serve us. ... housework dream meaning

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

Laboratory / Workshop

To dream that you are in a laboratory signifies that you are experimenting with your inner feelings, beliefs and fears; you are testing yourself in some way. Alternatively, you may be going through some sort of transformation. You may also need to use a more scientific approach to life and to develop your thinking skills. In short, you need to make an objective assessment of what is happening in your life. To see a workshop in you dream represents the development of your skills; you are trying to understand yourself and find out who you are. A workshop is a symbol of productivity, but it can represent group interaction and creativity since it is a place in which you are likely to meet likeminded people. ... laboratory / workshop dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Lawn Chair

Moving a lawn chair may signify working with an idea or concept that will give one more leisure time in the end. It can remedy frustration around not getting enough rest. ... lawn chair dream meaning

Ariadne's Book of Dream

Man(sat Down On Chair)

Alters taking your place. ... man(sat down on chair) dream meaning

Expansions Dream Dictionary

Metal Worker

What has been close to you is opening up. ... metal worker dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Musical Chairs

If you dreamed about watching/playing the game musical chairs, it symbolizes that you are trying to “get inside” someone’s mind so you can understand their actions better. This dream can also represent the wish to be someone else, especially if you are feeling stressed. ... musical chairs dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Needlework

To dream of Needlework is a sign of treachery on the part of someone whom you trust. ... needlework dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

Needlework

If you are sewing in your dreams, your dream may be suggesting that your waking life has been taken over by boredom and routine. This is because sewing requires constant attention to detail and much of the work is repetitive. Your dream may be urging you to broaden your horizons. If you are sewing pieces of fabric together in your dream, this may suggest that you are bringing aspects of your life together. ... needlework dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Needlework

lucky numbers: 04-10-17-25-30-37crocheting, breaking the chain while: wil be troubled for prying into another’s affair. others: quarrel wil require a change in environment for one of you. sweetheart: your overconfidence blinds you to potential problems best solved now. darning: a careful, saving attitude before recycling. doing: should distrust one that you now trust; careful y reveal who. others, for you: fix your own problems that have come unraveled. young girls: are attempting to hold onto the gentleness of your handiwork. giving a gift of: have high hopes of renewal of an old romance. hoop, handling a: assurance that your present job is secure. ... needlework dream meaning

Zolar’s Book of Dreams Numbers and Lucky Days

Net / Network

1- A net in dreams usually indicates that we are feeling trapped and entangled in a scheme or situation. In a woman’s dream she will be aware of her own seductive power, whereas in a man’s dream he will be conscious of his fear of women. 2- Women arc often more able to create a network of ‘sisters’ through the use of intuition, and often will svmbolise this in their dreams as a tangible bonding. 3- Unlimited Relationship. ... net / network dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Net / Network

A network, like a spider’s web, symbolizes relationships unlimited in their scope. ... net / network dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Net / Network

Psychological / emotional perspective: Women are often more able to create a network of ‘sisters’ through the use of intuition, and often will symbolize this in their dreams as a tangible bonding. In modern day technological parlance a network – particularly the internet – suggests a number of people working or playing together with a common aim | a net in dreams usually indicates that we are feeling trapped and entangled in a scheme or situation. A network, on the other hand, may be more supportive. ... net / network dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Net / Network

Gives gender - specific: In a woman’s dream she will be aware of her own seductive power, whereas in a man’s dream he will be conscious of his fear of women. As old crafts die out, the physical act of netting as the old fisherwomen did has less relevance. In olden times it was said that a witch could catch the wind in a net. ... net / network dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Network

A group united in purpose... network dream meaning

Dream Dictionary Unlimited

Networker

[DREAM IMAGES: COMMUNICATOR; COURIER; HERALD; JOURNALIST; MESSENGER]Although networking seems like a very modern skill tied to career advancement in the media age, it is actually quite ancient. Networking would also have been an integral part of any military alliance as well as all social and clan confederations in prehistory. If a messenger or journalist appears in your dreams, this suggests that you have the skills to bring information—or power— and inspiration to others. The question is will you use these skills for the good of the group, or for personal gain?... networker dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Networking

A dream about networking reflect opportunistic tendencies and is showing you how all the aspects of life are interconnected. Also, you are dealing with communication issues. ... networking dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Overwork

A difference in your life either in your feelings or vour business. ... overwork dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

Patchwork

See Quilt. ... patchwork dream meaning

Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Patchwork

An excellent dream; money will come to you in an unexpected way. ... patchwork dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

People At Work

A dream in which the main focus seems to be someone else’s job or occupation isn’t urging you to change career. It is most likely using the symbol of a certain profession to comment on your own behavior, attitudes and actions. Roles often play an important part in your self- image and identity. Without a welldefined social role or identity, many of us feel uncertain in waking life. It is a sign of maturity to cast off this need for a role of some kind and appreciate that we can be many things. See also ARCHETYPES; PEOPLE. ... people at work dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Phone Won’t Work

In this kind of dream you are in a situation in which you urgently need to call for help but, maddeningly, the phone won’t work. Either the line is dead, the buttons don’t work or you get through to the wrong person or end up with an operator who cuts you off. You try to explain your situation but no one is willing to help. During these types of dream, tension levels are high. Phones and mobile phones in dreams represent your ability to communicate and dreams about phone trouble typically occur when things are reaching crisis point in waking life. You may be finding it hard to get your message across and to get the help you need. If the operator puts you on hold or ignores you, it is more likely that you have been ignoring your own needs for rest, outside help or relaxation. The message this dream is trying to convey to you is that it is time to pay closer attention to something that you may have been putting off; this may involve asking for qualified help and support. Phone dreams are usually signals to be honest with yourself and listen to your intuition. A variation of this dream is the email error on your computer screen, indicating an inability to communicate with someone important in your life. Freudians might see phallic symbolism if you are using a mobile phone, suggesting that once again sex is the root of the problem. See also MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY. ... phone won’t work dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Road Work’s

1. Building a road for others;2. Preparing3. Going through a difficult time... road work’s dream meaning

Dream Dictionary The Biblical Model

Rocking Chair

1. Wealth. 2. A warm, happy environment. 3. A short sadness, then contentment (to see an empty chair). ... rocking chair dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Rocking Chair

In a dream, a rocking chair means intelligence, clarity, or it could represent a hard working student. ... rocking chair dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Rocking Chair

To see someone, or yourself, rocking in a chair is a sign that you will have an easy, contented life. To rock an empty chair means that there will be many hard times. ... rocking chair dream meaning

Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Rocking Chair

It is a harbinger of happiness, health and plenty to dream of seeing a mother, wife or sweetheart in a rocking chair. ... rocking chair dream meaning

The Complete Dream Book

Rocking Chair

To see an occupied rocking chair in your dream signifies friendly surroundings and gentle pleasures. To see a vacant rocking chair in your dream foretells of grief and estrangement. ... rocking chair dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Rocking Chair

To be rocking in a rocking chair signifies joy and contentment for the dreamer. To see someone else in a rocker predicts unexpected bliss for the dreamer. Empty rocking chairs, sorrow or separation from a loved one or a termination of an agreement. ... rocking chair dream meaning

Psycho Dream Interpretation

Rocking Chair

See Room, House & Accessories. ... rocking chair dream meaning

Dream Dictionary The Biblical Model

Rocking Chair

lucky numbers: 18-27-28-29-31-35buying a: your extravagance in your personal life needs a rest. children playing in a: approaching money. empty, rocking an: death of someone in the family. selling a: wil move on to active participation. sitting in a: are confronted with insurmountable obstacles. ... rocking chair dream meaning

Zolar’s Book of Dreams Numbers and Lucky Days

Rocking-chair

Rocking-chairs seen in dreams, bring friendly intercourse and contentment with any environment. To see a mother, wife, or sweetheart in a rocking chair, is ominous of the sweetest joys that earth affords. To see vacant rocking-chairs, forebodes bereavement or estrangement. The dreamer will surely merit misfortune in some form. ... rocking-chair dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

School And Work

Dreams that focus on school and the workplace reflect your anxiety about how well you are being perceived or how well you are performing in waking life. If you are still at school, or if you have a job and your dream referred to your actual workplace, then your dreaming mind was probably referring to your everyday concerns. If you have left school, or the school or workplace in your dreams is unfamiliar to you, your dreaming mind may have been suggesting a past feeling or experience that has relevance for your current situation. Such dreams could also indicate a sense of restriction and your resentment that you can’t spend your time doing what you want. They could also be commenting on your social interaction with your peers and authority figures, since relating to others is an essential part of school and work. Jung regarded dreams as teachers and guides on the road towards wholeness; from his perspective, dreams that feature schools and teachers were especially significant because schools are places of learning and maturing into a healthy adult. Jobs are closely linked to self-esteem in waking life, so the type of job that features in your dream—and the reward or lack of reward associated with it—can be significant indicators of your feelings of self-worth and of the success or failure of your approach to life’s challenges. Education... school and work dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

School Work

See Tests. Something you still have to do. ... school work dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Sedan Chair

A sedan chair in a dream means moving from one place to another, activities, travels, business, or a noble and a well respected woman. (Also see Palanquin; Litter)... sedan chair dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Siege Works

weapons used to besiege a wall or city are symbolic of being involved in a spiritual battle, Deut. 20:20 ... siege works dream meaning

Christian Dream Symbols

Stolen Car

Discovenng that your car has been stolen may signify having your identity taken from you. perhaps by an event such as losing your job. ... stolen car dream meaning

Ariadne's Book of Dream

Stolen Car

Missing the old manner of proceeding through life. ... stolen car dream meaning

Expansions Dream Dictionary

Stolen Item

The idea of a person having or using something (tangible or intangible) that doesn’t belong to them or that you feel they don’t have a right to. A feeling or fear of being taken advantage of. See also the particular item.

See also: Stealing; Thief; Losing an Item... stolen item dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Wake Up(on Chair)

Alter Activations. ... wake up(on chair) dream meaning

Expansions Dream Dictionary

Wheelchair

Feebleness... wheelchair dream meaning

Dream Dictionary Unlimited

Wheelchair

1. If in a wheelchair, one’s life has been difficult to manage. 2. If one is pushing someone else in a wheelchair, that person is dependent on the dreamer. ... wheelchair dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Wheelchair

Symbolic of recovery from injury or needing help ... wheelchair dream meaning

Christian Dream Symbols

Wheelchair

On one hand, restriction, suffering and the inability to escape from problems. On the other hand, in spite of a psychological handicap, moving forward. Often such dreams are a challenge, in a sense, to learn how to walk again. ... wheelchair dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Wheelchair

Dreams of a wheel chair represent the need for support during a challenging time. You are grappling with a real or imagined handicap, perhaps physical, emotional or spiritual. This dream is a message that there is an aspect of your life that is in need of attention, healing and nurturing. ... wheelchair dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Wheelchair

To dream that you are in a wheelchair, suggests that you need to stand on your own two feet and stop depending on others. You also need to stand up for yourself. If someone is able-bodied in real life, but you dream that they are in a wheelchair, that person needs your help in some way. ... wheelchair dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Wheelchair

The wheelchair eradicates a level of disability by providing movement where movement is challenged. In this way, it is a symbol of triumph over adversity. Additionally, a wheelchair may appear in a dream when you feel a need or desire to continue moving through your life while expending less effort. ... wheelchair dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Wheelchair

Being in a wheelchair (when you don’t use one in real life) can represent: Support or help moving through a period of your life, especially assistance getting through challenges or “making the road smoother. ” Feeling challenged or “disabled” in making progress somewhere in your life. Using tips, tricks, technology, or other means of making life or a certain process easier. Feeling a need for things to be easier for a while.

See also: Crutch; Disabled; Can’t Move; Walking; Leg... wheelchair dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Woodworker

(See Carpenter; Construction worker)... woodworker dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Work

To dream that you are hard at work, denotes that you will win merited success by concentration of energy. To see others at work, denotes that hopeful conditions will surround you. To look for work, means that you will be benefited by some unaccountable occurrence. ... work dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Work

If one is at work, some sort of stressful situation has pre­sented itself. ... work dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Work

To be tired from work, a dream of sickness; to see men at work denotes success in business; to work *with the right hand signifies good fortune, with the left embarrassment (Gypsy). ... work dream meaning

The Fabric of Dream

Work

At work: concerns or issues connected with one’s work or lack of it. Working: actively trying to change a situa­tion in one’s life—one might be working at one’s marriage or learning something, depending on dream surroundings. Example: T am working in a hospital in outpatients. No­body is there. My two children appear. I know I have to find them somewhere to sleep. I lay them on seats, tell the only nurse I can find that I am going to find them a bed. I know where the children’s ward is but I can’t find it. When I even­tually find it all the side rooms are filled. I know I have been a long time so I stan to panic, worried my children are missing me, and worried night sister will have found them. I pass a military meeting. As I continue the men come out and I get caught in the cross fire and am shot in the leg. I am now terrified. I have to get back to the children. Night sister must have found them by now and if not what will they be doing. When I got back they are there with night sister’ (Laramie F). Laramie works as a nurse, was divorced just prior to the dream, and was obviously concerned how her work affected her children. This internal conflict (the crossfire) injures her confidence (the shot leg). Idioms: have one’s work cut out; set to work; worked up; work like a horse; work off; work out; dirty work; donkey work; spanner in the works. clothes Working at something; attitudes concerning work. ... work dream meaning

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Work

Problems and burdens of the day are being carried over into sleep. Image of emotional work done in a dream. ... work dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Work

1- Dreaming of being at work highlights issues, concerns or difficulties we may have within the work situation. VVe could be actively trying to make changes in our lives and these changes, in dreams, become reflected into the work situation. 2- Often what we do as a job bears no relation to what we consider to be our real work. Dreams can very often help us to change our situation by giving information as to our real talents and gifts. When we dream of working at something which docs not have a place in our ordinary everyday lives it may be worth exploring the potential within that line of work. 3- There may be some degree of activity of the spirit ahead. The dreamer could be being moved towards the beginning of new spiritual work. ... work dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Work

See Job. ... work dream meaning

Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Work

(see Jobs, Professions by type)... work dream meaning

The Language of Dreams

Work

Vision + Depth Psychology: Dreaming about working (regardless of the kind of work) is a sign of success in life. Seeing others working for you: you are working hard and are being manipulated by others. If you are delegating jobs to others: you can now make a profit. ... work dream meaning

Dreamers Dictionary

Work

Usually dreams about your work signify that your subconscious mind is attempting to give you solutions, answers, and clarity to help you work out your unfinished business from the day. See Processing Dreams. ... work dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Work

There may be some degree of activity of the spirit ahead. We could be being moved towards new spiritual tasks. ... work dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Work

Psychological / emotional perspective: Often what we do as a job or daily occupation bears no relation to what we consider to be our real work. Dreams can very often help us to change our situation by giving information as to our real talents and gifts. When we dream of working at something which does not have a place in our ordinary everyday lives, it may be worth exploring how we could use those skills to enhance our lives. ... work dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Work

Material aspects: Dreaming of being at work highlights issues, concerns or difficulties we may have within the work situation. We could be actively trying to make changes in our lives and these changes, in dreams, become reflected into the work situation. ... work dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Work

Gives gender - specific: There used to be a strong division between men’s and women’s work. In dreams if we find ourselves doing work that traditionally belonged to the opposite gender we perhaps need to develop some of the qualities of that occupation. For instance, to dream of being an engineer might suggest we need to use precision and vision. ... work dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Work

To dream that you are hard at work, denotes that you will win well-earned success by concentrating your energy. It can also signify a creative breakthrough. If unusual characters appear in the workplace, such as members of your family, try and bring their influence into your work life. Also see “Coworkers”, “Fired” and “Quit. ”... work dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Work

Dreaming of searching for jobs denotes the need of the protagonist to feel useful. It is possible that you are dissatisfied with your current activity and you are trying to find a way to change it. If you succeed in finding a job, it foretells a possible change in profession. ... work dream meaning

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Work

You are dreaming of your daytime obligations and responsibilities. We are a society centered around jobs and work. Most people relate to their jobs as something that they have to do in order to make ends meet. In this way, your job and your workplace are symbolic representations of all of the responsibilities and obligations that life presents you with. Very often, dreams about your work are to be taken very literally. You spend a great deal of time there, and your dreams may be filled with images from your day. A dream taking place where you work may very well be a compensatory dream helping you cope with the stress and wake up the next day to face it all over again. However, such a dream could also be a convenient way for your unconscious to express feelings surrounding other responsibilities and obligations that need attention. Not all dreams taking place at work are stressful. If this is the case, use your feelings about your job, the environment at work, and your coworkers to help you identify what elements of your own personality are being expressed in your dream. Many people have a very different sense of self in the workplace than in other parts of life. Consider your relationship to your work carefully when examining a dream that took place there. ... work dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Work

As an activity that occupies a large part of our lives, a dream about work can simply be a reflection of our everyday experiences. Perhaps a work dream can be symbolizing other kinds of efforts, such as “working” on one’s marriage. The term “work” is also a part of several dozen different idioms, from “dirty work” and a “nasty piece of work” to making “short work” of something and “working one’s fingers to the bone. ”... work dream meaning

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

Work

Universal Landscape: Obligations and responsibilities. Dreaming Lens: Did the dream take place at work? Was it your work place or a fictitious setting? What were you doing there? Who else was present? Was the dream stressful or pleasant?Personal Focus: We are a society built around jobs and work. Most people relate to their jobs as something that they have to do in order to make ends meet. In this way, your job and your workplace are symbolic representations of all of the responsibilities and obligations that life presents you with. Very often, dreams about your work are to be taken very literally. You spend a great deal of time there and your dreams may be filled with images from your day; a dream taking place where you work may very well be a compensatory dream helping you cope with stress and wake up the next day to face it all over again. However, such a dream could also be a convenient way for your unconscious to express feelings surrounding other responsibilities and obligations that need attention. Not all dreams taking place at work are stressful. If this is the case, use your feelings about your job, the environment at work and your coworkers to help you identify what elements of your own personality are being expressed in your dream. Many people have a very different sense of self in the workplace than in other parts of life. Consider your relationship to your work carefully when examining a dream that took place there. ... work dream meaning

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream

Work

lucky numbers: 05-08-09-14-17-39being at: a mountain of past experience has molded your views and actions. your family: financial gains. your help: realization of high ambitions. children at: happiness. delegating: your business wil profit from other’s labors. others working: wil be pleasantly situated in life. friends, busily: be cautious in business ventures. suffocated from, being: intel ectual deprivation from lack of work. workhouse, being in a: a big legacy wil come to you soon. workman, being a: satisfy your curiosity over how a major change affects your career. hiring: you are stagnating because of a lack of wil power and enthusiasm. lumber, a: you handle your affairs in good order; avoid any askew temptations. plumbing: enterprises must be free-flowing and contiguous to bring profit. steel, a: wil receive a visitor who wil accomplish affairs as you desired. workshop, being in a: on an out-of-state trip your character wil be revealed in ful . buying a: have ambitious projects for the future. others: are decisive in taking the initiative to compete on a level plane and win. ... work dream meaning

Zolar’s Book of Dreams Numbers and Lucky Days

Work Events

To see yourself at a social event with work colleagues implies that you feel comfortable with your peers. You’ve been accepted into the group and enjoy working with them and sharing ideas. This is a good place for you to be, and you’ll thrive in this position. If you’re about to start a new job, this suggests that all will go well. You’ll fit in with the team and enjoy working with them. New prospects are on the horizon, and you could meet someone who will be influential through friends. Be open and ready to seize any opportunity that comes your way!... work events dream meaning

Dreams Interpretations Hidden Meanings Symbols

Work House

To dream that you are in a workhouse denotes that some event will work you harm and loss. See Prison. ... work house dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Work Problems / Issues

When work issues take over your dreams there’s one simple explanation; you’re overworked and exhausted. You could be obsessing about a particular project or focusing on mistakes you’ve made instead of recognizing more positive attributes. Sometimes this type of dream indicates a period of hard work to come, where you will have to step up and deal with tricky issues. Either way, work is at the forefront of your mind. Consider what you can do in your waking world to de-stress and find some peace at the end of the working day. ... work problems / issues dream meaning

Dreams Interpretations Hidden Meanings Symbols

Work-house

To dream of being in one denotes a legacy (Gypsy). ... work-house dream meaning

The Fabric of Dream

Work-shop

A dream of thrift and wealth (Gypsy). ... work-shop dream meaning

The Fabric of Dream

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. ... workaholic dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Worker

Something is being accomplished; one must do something, be active. Social decline or social romanticism. ... worker dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Workers

What are these individuals doing? Their actions may reveal the answer to a perplexing question or problem. For example, if they are building a bridge, this indicates that you are preparing to become more social and traverse the gaps that lie between yourself and others. ... workers dream meaning

The Language of Dreams

Workers

Workers in a dream may represent parts of your personality that you have not taken advantage of yet. The attitude of the workers will be very important to the interpretation. Were they efficient in their work, or were they lazy and inefficient? To see workers working is also a sign that a time of hard work and suffering is approaching, after which you will enjoy great benefits. If the workers go on strike or their attitude toward you is negative, this makes it clear that you should change strategies to reach your goals. ... workers dream meaning

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Workhorse

(Nag) A workhorse in a dream represents man’s endeavor and serious striving. The more fit a workhorse in a dream, the better is one’s determination and drive. Ifa workhorse speaks to a man in a dream, it means income and fame. Riding on the back of a workhorse in a dream means taking a long journey, or it could mean taking money from one’s wife. If a dog attacks a workhorse in a dream, it represents an enemy who will follow his wife. A blond workhorse in a dream means sad news. A workhorse in a dream also means a conflict, a foreigner, a wife, a husband or a servant. A gray workhorse in a dream represents a high rank, and a black workhorse means prosperity. (Also see Horse)... workhorse dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Workhouse

A big legacy to come soon. ... workhouse dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

Working

Profit, Prov. 14:23... working dream meaning

Christian Dream Symbols

Working

Dreaming about working relates to concerns about upward movement in your career. It may point to events at work that have created some conflict for you. It may also mean that you are working too hard—or not hard enough. ... working dream meaning

Ariadne's Book of Dream

Working

If in your dream of working, you appear to be making progress, the portent is a good one for your success. On the other hand, if the work is tedious and unproductive, you will suffer a disappointment. ... working dream meaning

The Complete Dream Book

Working

Working during a dream can represent: Feeling like you’ve been busy or working hard (perhaps too hard) in real life, even in non-job related activities. A problem, challenge, or project that’s on your mind. Wanting or needing to be productive right now.

See also: Job; Workplace; Manager; Coworker; Task; Meeting; Homework; Phase or Process... working dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Working With Dream Images

All dream images have a symbolic message. The ones that are the most startling are the fear images. We have many fears we have suppressed from childhood on, and these are free to surface in both dream and meditative states. It is important to remember that you are not your fears. Fears are simply negative thought forms which have no reality on their own. When we take away their power, they no longer have any influence over our lives. Although our purpose in life is to meet the self, we spend a lot of time running away. We are afraid of many things, especially those which are unknown to us. We fear that which we do not understand. Each fear represents a block to our true beauty, the inner spiritual being. We should welcome all these frightening images, as they will reveal to us limited thinking and beliefs that thwart our development. Any images that you identify but do not understand can be met and worked with in a "do it yourself" guided imagery or through meditation. This technique is particularly helpful when working with frightening images. If you have a frightening monster creature, or a frightening person, it is a fear blown out of proportion. Upon awakening bring the image back to mind. Imagine this "being" unzipping its monster costume, letting the fearful outer garb fall to the floor. Instead a little part of the self walks out, maybe a tiny little person, who offers you a present. You ask the little being what it has to teach you and imagine it lovingly giving you its message. You can establish a dialogue with any dream image and let it talk back to you. Just do a Disneyland number with it. If it is a tree, imagine it with a face, arms and legs, and ask it questions. If it is a big fence or wall, again, give it a face and let it talk to you. Imagine what it would say. To use this technique effectively, try the following steps:
  1. Write down a description of the dream image you do not understand.
  2. Relax, enter a meditative state, then picture the image in your mind. If it is inanimate, give it a face and let it talk to you. If it is big and fearful, imagine it unzipping its scary Halloween suit and stepping out as something quite harmless and ordinary. Then strike up a conversation. Remember, the scare tactics are just to get your attention.
  3. Now ask: What insight have you brought me? Or, What part of myself do you represent? Allow the image to speak to you; make up what you think it will say if words do not come readily. You may actually hear words or just get a strong sense of what this form really represents.
  4. After the conversation, thank the image for appearing to you. If you still feel unclear, ask it to present itself in a different form in your next dream so that you will understand.
When you begin to gain control of the dream state, that is, when you know you are dreaming, then you can stop and meet images while still in the dream. If something is chasing you, you can turn around and say, ''Hey, wait a minute. Let's get this thing settled. Why am I allowing you to chase me, and what part of me do you represent?" When you can confront an image in the dream, you get immediate insight on what it is. And as soon as you face a fear, you have conquered it. Keep a sense of humor and you immediately restore perspective. Also, when you become aware at any time you are dreaming, you can stop a dream and say, "All right, now I am ready to learn. " You can ask any question and the answer will be given. This is what we are working to do: to gain complete control of the dream state so that it becomes a vehicle for higher learning and integration of self. ... working with dream images dream meaning

Dreampedia

Working With Dreams

How to Remember a Dream
Everyone of us can learn to remember dreams. This, of course, is a prerequisite to working with dream symbols. After you are reliably recalling dreams, you can begin to program them for problem solving. The most effective way to work with dreams is to keep a dream journal. Date each entry as you go along, for you will begin to see patterns and recurring themes as the weeks go by. If you do not understand an important dream message, you will be given more dreams trying to get the same point across. So do not worry about losing a big lesson; you will be given the message again and again until you finally get the idea. The most important thing in learning to remember a dream is your intent to do so. Before going to sleep sit on the side of your bed (if you lie down you may fall asleep before you finish the process), take several deep breaths and relax. Then say to yourself, “Tonight I want to remember a dream and I will remember a dream. As soon as I awaken I will write it down. ” Then go to sleep with a pad and pencil beside your bed, expecting to remember and write down a dream as soon as you open your eyes. If you prefer, record your dream on a cassette tape recorder. When you awaken, whether at 3:00 a. m. or right before getting up the next morning, immediately record any impressions, images, or feelings about the dream. If you do not usually remember dreams, you may have only a vague sense about it: a feeling of frustration, uplift, concern, peace. Just write down whatever you sense in the waking moment. If you have good recall of most of the dream images, put down everything in as much detail as possible: people, vehicles, scenery, objects, colors, shapes, numbers and so on. If you do not immediately write down the dream, you will lose it. Do not think that you can go back to sleep and remember it later. You are in an altered state of consciousness, that half-awake half-asleep state when you first open your eyes. Until you learn to build bridges between levels of consciousness, you will not be able to recall your dream once you are fully awake. That is why you tell yourself you will remember and write down the dream. By continuing to practice this technique of writing down material, bringing it back from superconscious to conscious mind, you are learning to bridge the gap between levels of consciousness. You dream all during the night, but often your best teaching dreams occur between 3:00 and 5:00 a. m. or right upon awakening. Of course, if you are working the night shift and sleep during the day, your dream schedule will be adjusted to your biological rhythms. But dreams can come at any time whether during a nap in the afternoon or a catnap after dinner. Using Dreams for Problem Solving
Even if you do not consciously use dreams for problem solving, you no doubt have had the experience of waking up in the morning with a clear and simple answer to a problem. You may not even remember a dream, but you know what to do in the situation at hand. This technique has been used for centuries to get insight. The conscious mind can struggle and wrestle with a problem, but when it is released to the superconscious mind, the greater infinite resources of consciousness, the answer effortlessly appears. Deliberately programming your dreams for answers to problems, however, is taking even more control of the dream state and letting it work for you. To use dreams for problem solving, again sit on the side of your bed before going to sleep. Take several deep breaths, relax, and bring the problem to mind. Whether it concerns relationships, career, health, inspiration for a creative project, or whatever, go over in your mind all the different parts of the problem that seem relevant. You have already thought about it, reflected upon it, but you are not sure which is the best direction, or the most positive solution. Feel into the problem as well as mentally reviewing it. Now mentally repeat, “Tonight I will have and remember a dream containing information for the solution to this problem. The problem concerns . . . (and briefly describe it as objectively as possible). I will now have this dream, and will recall, understand, and record it upon awakening. I open myself to the highest possible insight and guidance. ” Then go to sleep, completely releasing the situation from your mind, resting in the expectation that you will receive the answer. As soon as you awaken write down everything you can remember. Write down any general sense of the dream, feelings, impressions, as well as images. You may awaken with a clear recall of a dream which, upon analysis, gives a very definite answer. You may awaken with a strong sense of just knowing what to do. Or, sometime during the day, something in waking reality may trigger an image or impression from the dream, and you have your answer. You may recall a dream that you cannot seem to figure out. Just record it, and continue the process the following night. Avoid telling yourself that the process is not working, however. It is working; you just do not yet understand it. So if you do not have the answer you want upon awakening, do another little relaxation before starting your day. Suggest to yourself: “I have completely released this problem or situation to a higher wisdom within me. This answer is now presenting itself to me. I am open and receptive. ” Then dismiss the concern from your mind. Holding on to it or worrying about it will block your insight. If you do not get the answer during the day, repeat the programming pro-cedure again before going to sleep. You should have the answer to any problem within a three day period. Some people have said to me: “But I have tried to program dreams and it just did not work. ” There may be a variety of reasons. First, anything that affects the chemistry of the body significantly—alcohol, drugs, barbiturates, Valium, sleeping pills—may completely botch dream recall. Your dreams will not be clear if you are able to remember them at all. A full meal right before going to sleep also affects dream life in a negative way. Second, it is important to be relaxed when programming or asking for a dream. Do deep breathing and relax your body. Still the conscious mind enough to focus on the programming technique. Feel the desire to problem solve or get insight from your dreams. Don’t just mouth the words. You want the feeling of the heart center but the detachment and clarity of the third eye, so you are not reacting emotionally. Love yourself for creating the situation. It is a valuable teacher. Love yourself for now desiring to resolve and move beyond it. Love all persons involved for helping you learn and get to know yourself. When you approach problem solving through love, the answers are more readily available to you. Third, ask yourself, “Do I really want to know what is best? Or am I trying to dictate the answer? Am I really open to the best and highest solution, or am I blocking my receptivity through fear?” Sometimes we ask for things that we really do not want to know. Particularly if the problem involves a decision over a major transition—leaving a relationship, changing jobs, taking self-responsibility—we may not really want to hear it. Ask, and you shall receive. But the asking must be an honest, open asking. Finally, you may not be asking the right question. Questions should always have to do with insight into self, not how to change or manipulate others. If you are asking how to get your spouse to stop drinking, you are starting in the wrong place. Instead, realize that it is his or her responsibility to change, and all the love and support in the world may not be enough to help. The question should be: why have I created this situation for myself? What in myself needs to be changed to enable me to have a love-filled, joyous life? Through a need to be needed, a martyr syndrome, poor self- image or a number of other things, you may feel stuck in a situation. You can be assured of only one thing: with genuine self-insight the situation will change. You may have to leave it, you may not. But above all you must desire wisdom, not limiting ideas about self and others. Remember the greatest thing we can do for another is to honor his or her inner power to make decisions and choose the kind of life he or she wants to live. We are all free to make our own mistakes. That is the only way we learn. When you are too concerned with shaping up someone else’s life, you can be sure you are copping out on your own lessons. If you are saying to yourself, “If so and so would just change, then I would be fine,” that is handwriting on the wall that you are avoiding self-responsibility. So, ask for insight into self. Release others to learn their own lessons. You certainly can pray for others and send them love. But do so in the way that you are honoring their higher self, giving them the energy and freedom to make their own decisions, to determine their best life path, whether or not it may include you and your expectations and desires. Kinds of Dreams
There are six basic kinds of dreams, and often you will remember snatches from several of them. As you begin to work with dreams more and more, you will recognize the differences and determine the value each is offering you. I call these different dreams clearing house or clutter, teaching, problem solving, precognitive, prophetic or visionary, and outside interference. Clearing house
These dreams clean out the input from the day, sorting through mental and emotional clutter, rerunning experiences. Often the mind is still running a mile a minute when you first try to go to sleep. You are worried, anxious, stressful. These dreams begin the process of releasing useless concerns and integrating helpful ones. They help body and mind begin to relax. If you meditate before going to sleep, stilling and focusing the mind, the clutter dreams are usually unnecessary. If you practice briefly rerunning the day in your mind, blessing, releasing and forgiving self and others, you are ready for a higher level of awareness in the dream state. Also, your energy will be higher and your dreams will be clearer. Teaching
You usually have one important teaching dream a night. This gives you information on problems you are facing, or shows you higher teachings from advanced levels. You are prepared for what is going to happen during the next 24 hours. Often a dejâ vu experience is remembering what the superconscious mind stored in the subconscious memory back during the dream state. You already knew you were going to say something in a certain way, or that a particular person was going to do or say something. Most dreams are concerned with what you are presently going through and how best to deal with situations and relationships. You may find yourself sitting in a classroom, giving or hearing a lecture, or walking with a teacher in some beautiful surroundings. You may be hearing information you never knew before and have good recall of it upon awakening. Many discoveries and inspirations have come from higher levels of these teaching dreams. Problem solving
These are dreams you have programmed or asked for. You may be seeking insight on understanding a difficult relationship, solving a scientific mystery, or asking for the plot of a new novel. All knowledge and information are available to you when you learn how to tap it. Learning how to program dreams and understand their messages is one of your most valuable inner resources. Precognitive
This dream gives you a glimpse of something in the future. It is different from the cieja vu experience, because precognition is usually concerning someone other than yourself. Precognition means foreknowing. There is a special sense or feeling to the precognitive dream. As you learn to recognize it, you will know which images are symbolic and which may happen to be literal precognitive events. It is a psychic level phenomenon. Most precognitive dreams are given to awaken people to expanded dimensions of the mind. Often non-meditators will have them, for then they are forced to ask how they know such and such about a particular person. The mind, of course, is not bound by time. Hopefully these dreams direct your attention inward so that you become more interested in developing and learning about the inner self. Prophetic or visionary
This dream comes from the highest level of the soul. It is a message from God or the God-self and concerns spiritual growth. It comes from the mystical level of awareness. It may have a personal message or may contain a universal truth. The vision is on a much larger scale than you commonly associate with dreaming. It has a totally different quality of awareness about it. You know you are awake, aware, yet also realize you are in the dream state. Prophesies of old and mystical teachings have come through the visionary level of consciousness. A vision has many qualities within it: insight, understanding, expansion, realization of the oneness of all life, power and love. I may have only one vision a year, but it is always worth waiting for. Outside Interference
This dream is produced when something in your physical environment is causing enough disruption to get incorporated in your dream story. For example, you dream you are very hot and awaken to find too many covers piled on top of you. Ringing phones, barking dogs, cold feet on your back—anything can be a part of the dream, with no real message from the superconscious or higher self. Also, if you fall asleep watching television or listening to the radio, any or all of that information can affect your dreams. It is always best to sleep in a quiet, restful environment. There is enough blaring into the subconscious throughout the day without adding more to it during your sleep time. Indigestion or a full bladder also affects dream images. Just be aware when interpreting dreams that you may be picking up such outside interferences. Anatomy of a Dream
Dreams often present themselves in three steps. First they give the time reference for the problem, situation or program you are running. For example, if you are shown a house you lived in when you were a child, the house represents an old program or awareness of self that started way back then. Second, they will show you how the problem is manifesting itself now in your life and present awareness—what is surrounding it. Third, they will present the solution to the situation, or how to learn from and move beyond the program or problem that is limiting you. Most teaching dreams will follow this format. If you remember seeing a car, house, school or person of your past, that is usually part of the first phase of the dream. Understanding Dream Symbols
The most curious thing about dreams, perhaps, is they speak to us in symbols. These may seem strange, but once we understand the meaning they are much clearer than our usual way of attempting to communicate with ourselves and others. Why, you may ask, do I have to go through all the symbology in dreams? Wouldn’t it be easier just to get the straight message? Communication among people is difficult at best. So many things are open to misinterpretation because of blocks and perceptual filters. My guidance has said that dreams are given symbolically because once you know your own symbols you cannot mistake the message. You will know instantly what is being given to you and you will understand it totally. Actually symbols are like shorthand and are much easier to interpret than verbal conversation. Working with dream symbols might be compared to playing the piano. When you first begin you are certain that this has to be the most awkward and complicated thing you have ever undertaken. But after a routine of regular practice, your new skill becomes a natural, flowing easy part of your life. Or, take the computer industry. If you do not understand computer language, it all seems foreign and difficult. If you hear someone speaking a language different from your own, it is the old ‘it’s all Greek to me” feeling. If you speak, read and write Greek, however, it is another story. So think of working with dream symbols as just learning another language. They are a higher, more accurate, more integrative level, that enables you to become aware of self as an interdimensional being. The Starting Point
There are primary dream symbols which usually have the same meanings. A good place to begin is to realize that everything in the dream is you. You are the producer, writer, actor and director. People in the dream usually represent qualities within yourself you have projected on to them. Male and female figures represent your own masculine and feminine energies. A child represents your child part, an aged person an old part of self, either one that is wise or a part that is dying because you have outgrown it. Animals represent feelings you have about specific animals or the characteristics associated with them; for example, a wolf is danger, like the wolf in sheep’s clothing; a fox is cunning and craftiness. A house, building, store or other structure is you. If it is large, it indicates great potential and awareness of opportunities and/or inner resources. If the rooms are cluttered, you obviously are not keeping your house in order. If some of the rooms are dark, they are parts of the self you do not know or understand. The attic or upstairs represents the spiritual self, the ground floor the physical or everyday self, and the basement the sexual or subconscious self. The various rooms and how they are decorated and arranged indicate that particular aspect of your life; bathroom—cleansing, eliminating, releasing; dining room—nurturing, fellowship, and so on. Any vehicle—a car, plane, spacecraft, boat—also represents the self. It is your mode of traveling or being in the world. A car is your physical vehicle and indicates how you are traveling in everyday life. Going backwards, downhill, the wrong way? Got a flat tire? Are you speeding ahead in perfect control? A boat or ship is your emotional vehicle and lets you know what is going on in your emotional life. Are you being tossed upon the seas of life, going up and down? Are you in dry dock? Are you at the helm? Do you have an anchor? An airplane or any airborne vessel is your spiritual vehicle, and if you are on your way to the airport, you know you are preparing to take off to new spiritual understanding. A motorcycle or bicycle means you need balance in your life. Water represents the emotions, fire is purification, air is the spiritual self and earth is the physical self (or degree of grounding). Once you begin to recognize a few basic symbols, then you begin to look for colors (you do not dream in black and white), clothes, people, scenery, objects, sizes, shapes, numbers, words, letters and so on. Everything has its own significance. Fences or road blocks indicate that creative thinking is needed to get beyond a particular problem that is now facing you. The kind of road on which you find yourself traveling represents how smooth or rough your journey is at present. If you are on a freeway it is easy going. If a bumpy road you are getting there but it is a little rough at present. If you are paving a road you are making your way easier for the future. Any symbols given to you—whether in fantasy, meditation or guided imagery—are all the same. They are coded messages from self to self. When you “get the picture,” you understand the situation. You Are The Final Word
Remember that you are always your own best interpreter. You are the final word on the meaning of a symbol for you. Do not be so gullible that you eagerly accept another’s interpretation. This is giving away power and neglecting the refinement and trust of your own inner resources. If the symbol in the dream dictionary does not feel right, look it up in an unabridged dictionary. Often meanings are there you have never considered before, and a little bell will ring in your head when you read one of them. The definitions offered in this book are generalized and if they do not apply to a specific situation, you need to keep looking, reflecting, and meditating upon a symbol until it reveals its true meaning to you. And by working them out, they become so simple that you know you are always being guided by your own higher self or the God within you. Common Types of Dreams
Nothing is off limits in the dream state. We are open to experiencing all levels of self, all fears, frustrations, suppressed images, unknown territory, visionary insights. We will become more comfortable with all dream images when we learn to welcome them, whatever they are, as symbolic messengers of self. There is no such thing as a bad dream symbol. The most grotesque or frightening dreams have the most positive insights once they are worked out. Remember, dream images are just trying to get your attention, so do not resist them. Seek to recognize the insight so you can move on to more joyous awareness. Many people have the following common types of dreams: Nightmares
A dream known to most all of us is the nightmare. It is one of our most valuable teaching dreams because it shows us a fear that has been blown way out of proportion or something we have suppressed that is affecting us negatively. Often we do not remember the happy dreams. But the frightening ones will make more of an impression and we will be more inclined to work them out. For example, a man had a recurring nightmare that a large rat was eating away at his neck. He would awaken screaming and clawing at his neck to remove the rat. Upon analysis, he discovered that the neck represented the throat chakra. He was not verbalizing his needs, and the suppression was gnawing away and resulting in self-destructive behaviors. The rat was an insecure part of self that was betraying him. We must always nurture the inner self, taking care to verbalize and express what it is that we want and need. After he began to take assertive steps to resolve these problems both at work and in his personal relationships, the rat dream no longer continued. Disaster Dreams
Whether earthquakes, flood, fire or tidal wave, a disaster indicates a sudden change in some area of your life. A flood means an emotional upheaval and an earthquake means a big rearrangement in your affairs. They usually indicate turning points or opportunities to take advantage of a new direction. See specific disasters in Part II. Sexual Dreams
Sex is a big part of many dreams, and usually has little to do with the literal meaning of intercourse. Usually it indicates learning to balance the male and female polarities of our being. Remember that each one of us is both male and female, manifesting itself in a particular body. To have sexual intercourse in a dream represents a merger of energies. If having intercourse with a man, it is a merger of masculine energies within the self; with a woman it is a merger of feminine energies. If you are a female (or male) and dream of making love with another female (or male) you actually know, it represents taking within the self qualities you associate with the particular individual. Making love with a member of the same sex usually has nothing to do with homosexuality. Also, having intercourse in a dream with members of your family does not indicate a desire for incest. If making love with your father or mother, it represents a merger of wiser, nurturing qualities of the masculine or feminine self; with a son or daughter, an integration of the more childlike or youthful qualities of self. Remember all persons in the dream are an aspect of you. A sexual dream accompanied by an orgasm may indicate a need to release and balance physical energy, and this is a way the body has of restoring equilibrium. We must remember that we are physical, sexual beings and this part of the self needs to be honored. Costume Dreams
If you find yourself in a costume, it usually represents a past life. It may be that a problem you are facing now was the same one you were dealing with in another time and place. Remembering and understanding the dynamics of the costume dream will help you gain a perspective on whatever is presently confronting you. Direction Dreams
The direction in which you are traveling indicates whether you are on the right track. If you are going up in a dream—up a mountain, up a road, ladder, staircase, elevator, whatever, you are going in the right direction. If you are going down, it is the wrong way. If you are going both up and down, your energy is scattered and you need to get centered. Going around in circles speaks for itself. If you are going to the right, you are following the path of intuition and guidance. To the left is the intellect and reason. One man asked if he should participate in a conference and got a dream showing him riding on a down escalator, so steep that he had to heave his briefcase in front of him in order to hold on. Wrong direction, not in support of his study and projects at hand. Another example: a woman was considering the purchase of a certain automobile. She was shown the car sitting down at the bottom of a hill, and she had to walk down crowded streets to get there. She did not buy the car, and a much better offer came up within a few days. Flying
Flying dreams are great fun, and usually mean you are consciously out of the body. If you can gain control of a flying dream you are free to go anywhere you like. You may think yourself in different places in time/space and instantly be there, or you may transcend dimensions. If you are flying around and then start losing altitude or think you are going to crash, it simply suggests that you have a fear of exploring higher dimensions and breaking out of limits. Try again the next night. Falling
If you dream you are falling, you are probably having a bad landing coming back into the body. We all leave the body at night. If you jerk as you are dozing off, it is a bad exit. If you wake up and cannot move or talk, it means you are half in and half out of the body. We cannot move until we are totally in. Think yourself down to your feet. This will ground you. We leave the body at night, or transcend physical awareness, to be taught and trained. The physical or third dimension is illusion; the dream state is reality. Through meditation and working with dreams you will never fear death as you will experience the fourth dimension and be as comfortable there as you are in the third dimension here. Obscene Dreams
Nothing in a dream is obscene once you understand the meaning. Nothing is meant to insult you or offend you, but to get you to look at a level of self or limitation that you have avoided. Work it out and usually you will find a great deal of humor behind it. Recurring Dreams
Like a movie rerun, there is a message you are not seeing. Recurring nightmares mean that you have not dealt with a particular fear. Recurring fence or barricade dreams mean there is a limit you imposed upon yourself that you have not yet recognized and removed. These are most important to write down and work out. Once you get the message they will stop. Snake Dreams
Snakes frequently appear in dreams, and are power symbols. They represent the kundalini energy, or life force. One woman dreamed that a snake entered her lower body and moved up through the body trunk to the throat. The snake stuck in her throat, and she started choking. She awakened horrified. At first glance this does seem a bit unnerving, but actually it was a perfect explanation of what was happening in her life. The kundalini power is housed at the base of the spine. So the snake enters her body and begins to move upward. As we awaken energy it moves up through the various chakras. Her energy was flowing well until it reached the throat center, and there it stopped, causing choking. She was blocking energy in that center, and not verbalizing her needs and feelings. She was choking off communication because of fear and a poor self-image. This dream explained that her inner power was alive and well, and through releasing the blocks in the throat center by verbalizing and not suppressing she would get past present limitations in relationships with others. Money Dreams
When you dream of coins or dollar bills, it represents changes coming into your life. Small coins, small change. Lots of bills, big changes. Toilet Dreams
These dreams concern how well we are taking care of our inner garbage. Are we letting go of unneeded thoughts and experiences? Are we releasing the past so that we are able to live fully in the present? Difficulty in elimination or constipation indicates suppression. Diarrhea suggests forced elimination whether ready or not, and we are out of control in the process. A stopped up toilet means you are not releasing, flushing out negativity and wastes. I had a dream with three stopped up toilets sitting out in the open. This was letting me know that I had to clean up my act mentally, physically and emotionally. I was now aware of things to do, priorities to establish, because the toilets were totally exposed for all to see. Blood and Guts Dreams
Blood in a dream means loss of energy. If you are being stabbed, note the area of the body and check the corresponding chakra to see how you are losing energy. If you are being murdered or are murdering someone else, you are killing off a part of the self. This may be an aspect no longer needed, or a part that you are failing to nurture that is still valuable to self-growth. Death Dreams:
A death means the ending of the old and making way for the new. A death seldom means a literal death. Rather it suggests the dying of a part of self necessary in the process of growth and regeneration. It may also mean you are dead inside and need to awaken feelings and sensitivity. So check carefully the symbols in the dream to get the message. Chase Dreams. If you are being chased, or trying to run away from something, you are avoiding looking at a problem. If you cannot get your legs to move or are moving in slow motion, you will soon have to confront the fear you have been avoiding. When you are being chased, you are putting yourself through unnecessary anguish and pain. Remember to turn around and confront whatever aspect of self is chasing you, make peace with it, and the drama will end. ... working with dreams dream meaning

Dreampedia

Workman

1. Some task needs to be completed. 2. One is getting an admonition (“work, man!”) To work harder on something. ... workman dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Workman

(See Construction worker)... workman dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Workman

Your enterprise will bring great profit. ... workman dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

Workman

If in a dream a builder or plumber comes to do work in your house, he may symbolically be pointing out a problem in yourself or in your life, and perhaps showing what you ought to be doing about it (the house = you). The same may apply even if the workman is working in the street. For example, if he has come to unblock a drain, it may mean you have an emotional blockage that needs to be dissolved. ... workman dream meaning

A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

Workman

To dream of workmen may represent that the dreamer needs to be working on themselves. For example, if the “men working” signs are up while no one is working, laziness and irresponsibility may be at issue. The workmen may be drilling into the earth, which suggests that the dreamer may be embarking on an exploration of the unconscious mind. ... workman dream meaning

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

Workplace

Schools, colleges, universities and the workplace have much in common. They are all centers of learning, anxiety and ambition, and places where people interact and learn from each other. This is why the unconscious may use them as interchangeable dream metaphors. Your boss may appear in your dream as a teacher, or colleagues may appear in the guise of school friends or classmates. So if a dream places you in a workplace, remember to look for any links with school scenarios. If your dream featured your actual workplace and colleagues you work with everyday, it may have been highlighting your preoccupation with your job. It may also have been trying to draw your attention to a specific aspect of your job. You spend much of your time at work, so work is of considerable importance emotionally. If you are comfortable at work, dreams of the workplace and the people with whom you work may become symbols of reassurance and reward; but if you are not comfortable at work, they can become symbols of frustration. If you had a dream in which you were performing mindless repetitive tasks on an assembly line, perhaps you feel as if you are being treated like a mindless automaton in waking life or that others are making relentless demands on you. Or do you feel that you are losing your sense of identity in your job or that people in your life are taking you for granted?... workplace dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Workplace

The “work” aspect of your life. Your real-life work or job (even if the dream workplace doesn’t resemble your actual workplace). The idea of working or being productive. The idea of your job status (such as having one, not having one, needing one, or getting one). Your relationships at work, or people you know there.

See also: Business; Building; Factory; Working; Job; Coworker... workplace dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Workshop

To see workshops in your dreams, foretells that you will use extraordinary schemes to undermine your enemies. ... workshop dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Workshop

1. One’s skills are being honed. 2. One admires what is good and basic in life. ... workshop dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Workshop

also see Garage1- A workshop is a place that is productive. In dreams it symbolises the part of ourselves which creates projects which then become profitable for us, though not necessarily financially. A workshop may often be where we meet others of like mind, people who are creative in the same way as we are. It therefore represents group interaction and talent. 3- A workshop often holds within it creative outlets this creativity can be used for the dreamer’s spiritual progression. ... workshop dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Workshop

To dream of a workshop is a representation that you are trying to develop your life skills. You are trying to gain insight into yourself and understand just who you are. ... workshop dream meaning

Dream Symbols and Analysis

Workshop

A sign of good fortune. ... workshop dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

Workshop

A workshop often holds within it creative outlets – this creativity can be used for our spiritual progression. ... workshop dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Workshop

Psychological / emotional perspective: A workshop may often be where we meet others of like mind, people who are creative in the same way as we are. It therefore represents group interaction and talent. ... workshop dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Workshop

Material aspects: A workshop is a place that is productive. In dreams it symbolizes the part of ourselves that creates projects which then become profitable for us, though not necessarily financially. You might also like to consult the entry for garage. ... workshop dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Workshop

A dream about a workshop means that the dreamer will use all available means to further an impending project. ... workshop dream meaning

Psycho Dream Interpretation

Workshop

It could be that you are assuming some new position at work and the dream is giving you the necessary indications and tools so as to improve your methods. On the other hand, dreaming of a factory full of workmen signifies that you will soon complete your most ambitious projects; meanwhile, if it is empty, you should put more interest into the job. If it is you who is occupying the factory, you will arrange a way to leave the situation. Dreaming of workmen or of a factory is a very good sign. It foretells happiness in business and in love. ... workshop dream meaning

The Big Dictionary of Dreams