On A Swing Going Fast And They Were Veryhappy | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Swing Going Fast Veryhappy

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A Fast Track To The Meaning Of Your Dreams

You Need Only Five Minutes to Analyze a Dream This is a first glance at a quick method to analyze your dreams in five easy steps, as summarized below. Further details about each step follow in Chapters 3 through 7. Discovering what your dreams mean is as easy as learning to ride a bicycle. Use these five steps to get your balance on a dozen dreams and you will be on your way to a lifetime of dream insights. Once you get into the rhythm, you can begin to see the meaning of many dreams in five minutes. 1: Emotions. Note your feelings (1) during the dream and (2) as you wake up. Your emotional reaction to a dream is the first clue to what it means, and on occasion, your reaction is the most important clue. For example, if you see yourself lying in a coffin but you wake up feeling happy, the dream is not likely a prediction of your demise. 2: Story Line. The story line is a generalized “restating” of the dream without repeating the actual details. It is not a summary. A summary merely extracts the main ideas using the same terms as the original story. To get the story line, you extract the main action and the end result of the dream without using the actual words. You replace the story’s original words with general terms like “someone” or “something. ”Clear as mud so far? The following examples will clarify what a story line sounds like. This step may take a smidgeon of practice, but since it is often a key turning point to finding the meaning of a dream, it is well worth the effort. FOR EXAMPLE, a young man dreams that he is trying to catch a firefly on a warm summer night. He swats at the fireflies yet keeps missing; he chases one, but it gets away. Out of frustration he plunks down on the grass and sits quietly. As he relaxes, a firefly gets close and he gently catches it. THE STORY LINE IS: “Frantic activity fails, but someone succeeds after becoming quiet. ” Or “Someone gets what they want by staying calm and letting it come to them. ” Each version of the story captures the gist of the dream, but there is no direct mention of the young man, a firefly, or sitting on the grass. Like a silhouette, the story line ignores the details and, instead focuses on the story generalizations and results. By doing so, what is important comes into focus. 3: Match the Story Line to an Area of Your Life. As always, the question is not “What does this dream mean?” The question is, “To what in my life (my actions, decisions, or relationships) or in me (my personality, attitudes, or emotions)—does the dream refer?” Like fitting a puzzle piece into the big picture of your life, determine what, in you, or in your life, may sound like the story line. Examine the story line gist you just put together as if it is an arrow pointing to a situation, a trait, or an attitude. You can turn the story line into a question. That can help you see where the arrow points. For example, in the above dream about the young man and the firefly, the dreamer might ask himself, “Am I frantic in some area of my life?” Or “What issue could be resolved if I stay quiet instead of pushing?” Once the story line matches an area of your life, the message often clicks. 4: Symbols. The brain is hardwired to visually record and remember your memories, thoughts, and events. As a result, most memories are “pictures linked to feelings,” which is important to note. Since the brain stores memories as images, it is no surprise that dreams—which are a by-product of the mind—also use pictures to communicate their message. Dream symbols are pictures that relate to and are “linked to” memories and experiences such as graduating from school, receiving flowers, or a special exchange with a loved one. Because a dream symbol has an emotional link to your past, a symbol leaves an emotional footprint on your heart and can speak volumes. That is why—when you explore a dream symbol such as a flower or a piece of jewelery—you examine it in two ways. First, see how the image makes you feel, and second, check out what past experiences the symbol relates to, in your life. This two-pronged approach to dream symbols—the feelings a symbol evokes and the memory it relates to—is called “exploring your associations. ” You examine the related emotions and you examine where, when, and how that particular image or scene touched your life. Like Hansel and Gretel leaving a trail of crumbs through the woods, that trail of your associations will lead you to what the dream symbol means. For example, you see a red sports car in a dream and it makes you feel elated. Later, you remember that when you graduated from college, you fantasized about reaching the top of the corporate ladder and driving a sports car. In this case, the feelings and past memory of the red sports car relates to those early motives to achieve in career, and as a message, the symbol invites you to assess how far you have come to reaching your goals. 5: What the Dream Means. By the time you run a dream through steps one to four, you have noticed your feelings (step one), created a story line and matched it to a real-life situation (steps two and three), and observed how its main symbols relate to your personal experience (step four). By that time or anywhere along the way, an “aha” moment often comes together to reveal the dream message. Discovering what the dream is telling you is half of the game; the other half is to apply the insight. A dream is practical and useful—if and only if—you apply its insight. Step five is about applying what you get from the dream into your life. Whether the message invites you to change an attitude, explore career options, or expresses congratulations for a job well done, using a dream message is like building a solid house, one brick at a time. Every time you apply a new insight to your life, it is like adding a brick to a mansion you are creating. Its application helps you unleash your potential one step at a time and puts the odds in your favor of achieving success, peace, and happiness. ... a fast track to the meaning of your dreams dream meaning

A Little Bit Of Dreams

Bed And Breakfast

Dreams of a Bed and Breakfast, or a B&B symbolize the need for R&R, to get away and be nurtured and taken care of. See Hotel. ... bed and breakfast dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Breakfast

Is favorable to persons engaged in mental work. To see a breakfast of fresh milk and eggs and a well filled dish of ripe fruit, indicates hasty, but favorable changes. If you are eating alone, it means you will fall into your enemies’ trap. If you are eating with others it is good. See Meals. ... breakfast dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Breakfast

The partaking of a new beginning; see “food”... breakfast dream meaning

Dream Dictionary Unlimited

Breakfast

1. The beginning of a new phase of life or project. 2. De­sire to do something a little crazy; use caution in affairs. 3. An affair is growing more serious (not eating breakfast alone). ... breakfast dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Breakfast

If you see yourself eating breakfast alone, you must learn to think before you speak. If you’re eating the meal with others, however, it’s an indication you’ll get what you want if you’re patient enough to wait. ... breakfast dream meaning

Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

Breakfast

New beginning, good beginning. ... breakfast dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Breakfast

To dream about breakfast implies that you are about to embark on a new journey or direction in life. It may simply mean that you are planning your breakfast for the following day. Your mind can often assimilate insignificant ideas into dreams as well. ... breakfast dream meaning

Dream Symbols and Analysis

Breakfast

An omen of misfortune in a dream; be careful or your own ill-considered actions will plunge you in trouble. ... breakfast dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

Breakfast

Dreams of breakfast symbolize the first thoughts that you feed yourself, your intuitive beliefs. If you dream of eating a healthy breakfast, then you are feeding yourself positive affirmations about your life. If you dream of eating an unhealthy breakfast, then consider changing your negative thought patterns. Consider the types of food you are eating. See Food. ... breakfast dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Breakfast

A dream about breakfast means the start of a new project or the beginning of a new stage in your life. ... breakfast dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Breakfast

See Eating. ... breakfast dream meaning

Psycho Dream Interpretation

Breakfast

All the details of the meal, such as the food involved, etc. , must be considered for an accurate interpretation, but as a general guide, if you were eating alone, you must guard against restlessness and hasty speech, but if you were breakfasting with others, you can gain your objectives by being patient and diligent... breakfast dream meaning

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Breakfast

lucky numbers: 07-17-21-37-47-48another’s home, having, in: a trip is soon taken, slow down and be aware. coffee shop, having in a: wil accomplish hurried but propitious acts. eating alone: a hasty fol y wil be committed. with others: the trap is set for you to step in, dispel the il usion. preparing: misery and il ness wil result in favorable changes. ... breakfast dream meaning

Zolar’s Book of Dreams Numbers and Lucky Days

Breakfast / Lunch / Supper

If the foods in your dream are breakfast foods such as cereal and toast, these may suggest your attitude to a new project. It is worth recalling how these foods were eaten. Was there an atmosphere of calm or was the meal rushed? This can have implications for how you are feeling about a new stage in your life. Alternatively, your mind may already be thinking ahead about what to make for breakfast in the morning. It is not uncommon for your fleeting thoughts to be incorporated into your dream. If a lunch features in your dreams, this implies a need to take time out from your daily efforts to revitalize yourself. The appearance of a dream lunchbox could be urging you to get as much done as possible or economize financially. Supper pertains to a need to revitalize and energize yourself, whereas dinner connotes your main source of nourishment. The dinnerware used will portray your personal perspective towards nourishing yourself. A dinner dance suggests the joyful, nourishing benefits. A dining room usually suggests a concentrated and enjoyable manner of being nourished, whereas a dining car corresponds to a need to pay attention to your emotional needs whilst on your life journey. If you enjoy a snack in your dream this implies rejuvenation or the re-energizing of yourself. ... breakfast / lunch / supper dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Breakfast Food

(Cereal; Grits; Kasha; Oatmeal; Porridge) Having a tasty breakfast in a dream means honor, promotion or dispelling distress, adversities and illness. (Also see Porridge)... breakfast food dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Circles, Going In

Traveling in circles (such as running or driving in circles) can represent: Repeating the same actions or thoughts while making no progress. A certain repeated pattern (such as isolating yourself rather than reaching out) or habit (such as buying coffee every morning). Randomness or chaos. Lack of direction, or feeling lost.

See also: Repeating; Circle; Dizzy; Erratic; Chaos; Corner; Curve; Rotating... circles, going in dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Dreams Don’t Come True, Do They?

You may have dreams that appear to predict the future. Whilst many of these dreams can be easily explained, there are a few that seem impossible to explain and which might therefore be genuinely supernatural. During some periods of its history, the Christian Church regarded dreams as a way in which God showed his chosen people the future: St Augustine, for example, ‘saw’ his conversion in a dream ten years before it took place. The Bible itself is packed with predictive dreams and, as late as the sixteenth century, bishops would take careful note of their dreams to predict events. Although there is some evidence that dreams may be able to reveal the future or events, they are perhaps best explained by anticipating what is likely to happen. For example, many dreams predicted the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. However, it must be remembered that President Kennedy was one of the world’s most well-known men and presidents are always vulnerable to assassination. Such dreams, as Jung put it, ‘are not more prophetic than a medical diagnosis or weather forecast. They are merely an anticipatory combination of possibilities which may coincide with the actual behavior of things but need not necessarily agree on every detail. ’ Dreams of personal disaster are usually a common cause for concern; for example, a plane crash or car crash. However, such dreams are typically born out of apprehension. Even though there is no scientific evidence that dreams can reveal the future, some dreams do seem to be genuine predictions. Just before his title fight in 1947, Sugar Ray Robinson dreamt he was in the ring with Jimmy Doyle. ‘I hit him a few good punches and he was on his back, his bland eyes staring up at me. Doyle never moved and the crowd was shouting, “He’s dead! He’s dead!”’ Robinson was so upset by the dream he asked Adkins, his trainer and promoter, to call off the fight. Adkins told him: ‘Dreams don’t come true. If they did, I’d be a millionaire. ’ In the eighth round, Doyle went down from a hook to the jaw. He never got up and was dead the next day. If you are interested in this aspect of dreaming—whether you yourself have had predictive dreams or simply want to study the subject—it is vital to keep a detailed diary of your dreams. If you do have a dream that seems to predict a serious event or important event, such as an explosion or a tornado, make a note, have it dated and witnessed, seal it in an envelope and send it to a reputable institution such as your bank with instructions to date it on arrival. See also Precognitive dreams entry in DISASTERS. ... dreams don’t come true, do they? dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Fabrics And Fastenings

The texture and feel of your dream clothes can be important. If the fabric is irritating or uncomfortable, this may suggest that a part of your waking life is also uncomfortable; for example, a person, a place or a job. Leather, silk and chiffon are all regarded as sensual fabrics because they titillate the senses with their feel and aroma; as a result, they may have sexual connotations in a dream. They are also prized fabrics and their inclusion in dreams may reflect a dual longing in the dreamer to be perceived as a cut above the rest and to enjoy a luxurious life. Man-made fabrics like nylon, polyester or plastic in the dream world point out that someone’s appearance or persona (maybe your own) is false or limited. These fabrics can also be itchy, so if they cause you problems in your dream world, can you draw a parallel with someone, or something, irritating you in waking life? Or is your itchiness self-inflicted by your choice of clothes when other options are available?Freudians, of course, see fur as a symbol for pubic hair and dreams in which you are enveloped in soft fur indicate a desire to return to the comfort and security of the womb. If you are wearing ermine, this is a symbol of moral purity and probity—ermine traditionally lines the robes of royalty and judges. Wearing ermine in your dream may therefore suggest a longing for childhood innocence, or delusions of grandeur. Tartan is, for most people, associated with the kilt and traditional Scottish male dress so when it appears in a dream it may evoke images of robust virility. For Jungians, a woman dreaming of a man wearing a kilt may represent the animus, the masculine aspects of the female psyche, from which the dreamer may draw inspiration and power. If you ripped off buttons on your blouse and shirt in your dream, then perhaps you have been too buttoned-up in waking life, to the extent that your unconscious is urging you to relax and reveal the real you. Dreams about loosening your belt or necktie may also suggest a release from pressures in waking life. By contrast, if you tightened your belt, laces, sash or ribbon, your unconscious may be urging you to economize or tighten up in some way. If your dream homed in on a zipper, do you long to have more energy or thrills in your life, or should you keep your thoughts to yourself as if to zip it up? Releasing buttons or a zip may refer to a need for relaxation or a desire to develop an easier relationship with another person. On the other hand, if your zipper got stuck and you couldn’t move it in your dream however hard you tugged at it, do you feel trapped by responsibility and routine, and long for release?... fabrics and fastenings dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Fast

Dreams of fasting indicates -discipline. If you are abstaining from food/thoughts that are unhealthy for you, then this indicates that you are releasing and detoxifying impurities from your system. Releasing what you don’t want so that you can feast on what you do want. If this dream is about rapid movement, see Fast Lane or Express. ... fast dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Fast

See speed... fast dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Fast

If moving or traveling at a fast speed, your life is full and encompassing many things; there is much for you to learn. Also, slow down and balance your energies. If you are on a fast, means purification and cleansing; also, self-denial and lack of self-love if carried to an extreme; destructive to physical energy. ... fast dream meaning

The Dream Books Symbols

Fast

Going fast (such as driving fast) can represent: Progressing quickly or easily somehow in your life (or a desire to do so). Wanting to move faster through life or a particular situation. The idea of being in a hurry, taking a risk, or being reckless.

See also: Competition; Driving; Accelerator... fast dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Fast Food

See Food and Drive-Through. ... fast food dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Fast Food

Any food connects to how you are nurturing and sustaining yourself and fulfilling your own needs. Fast food is nutritionally worthless, and a dream that features this as an image may be asking how well are you taking care of yourself. ... fast food dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Fast Food Restaurant

To dream that you are in a fast food restaurant suggests you are feeling overwhelmed by choices that you need to make in your life. This dream can also mean you are seeking emotional nourishment outside of your family or regular group of friends. ... fast food restaurant dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Fast Lane

Dreams of driving in the fast lane, or the “#1 Lane” represents your competitive edge and that you are driven to be number one. This is a processing dream, allowing you to decompress all the high-speed activities from your life on the edge, in the fast lane. See Express. ... fast lane dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Fast Track

See Fast Lane. ... fast track dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Fastening

(Also see Belt)... fastening dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Fasting

(Armor; Protection) Fasting in a dream represents vows and offerings. Interrupting the fast in a dream means an illness, a journey or backbiting someone. If one interrupts his obligatory fast through forgetfulness in a dream, it means that he will receive a pleasing gift or money. Fasting in a dream also means honor, rising in station, or it could mean repentance from sin, repayment of a debt, penitence for a sinner or begetting a son. Observing the obligatory fast of the month of Ramadan in a dream means understanding something about which one has doubt or recognizing the truth without falsification or distortion. If one finds that he is the only person observing the obligatory fast in the dream, and if he is unlettered, it means that he will memorize the Holy Quran, attain a spiritual maturity and receive glad tidings. This dream also indicates that he is a pious and a religious person. If one is sick, it means that he will recover from his illness. If he is lost in heedlessness, it means that Allah Almighty will grant him guidance. If he is indebted, it means that he will be able to repay his debts. If in his dream, one intentionally breaks his fast during the prescribed fast of the holy month of Ramadan, it means that he could kill someone. Similarly, if one sees himself killing someone in a dream, it means that he has intentionally broke his obligatory fast. Observing the two months of atonement for the sin of breaking the fast during the holy month of Ramadan or for any such fast for the expiation of sins in a dream means that one may fall sick and repent to Allah Almighty from his sins. Intentionally breaking the obligatory fast of Ramadan in a dream also means neglecting one of the pillars of Islam. If one acknowledges that, then vows to offer the required duties in a dream, it means that he could receive an unexpected gift which will arrive shortly. If one recognizes in his dream the importance of the month of Ramadan, it means that he is on the right path. If he is not fasting, it means that he may go on a journey. Voluntary fasting in a dream means protection against one’s enemies. If a sick person sees himself fasting in a dream, it could mean his death, silence, celebrations or recovering from an illness. It could also represent one’s faith in Allah Almighty and sincerity in his words and actions. If one sees masses of people fasting in a dream, it could mean a famine. If one eats during the hours of observing the fast in a dream, it means that he will commit a sin, or it could mean indebtedness or falling sick. Fasting the month of Ramadan in a dream also means safety, protection from evil or repentance from sins. Fasting the extra six days following the festival day which concludes the holy month of Ramadan in a dream means patching one’s prayers or paying charity or regretting one’s faults. Fasting Monday and Thursday of every week in a dream means strengthening family ties. Fasting the three white days of every month (i. e. , the 13th, 14th, and the 15th days of the lunar month) in a dream means repayment of one’s debts in instalments or teaching someone how to properly read the Quran or spreading knowledge. Fasting during the tenth day of the lunar month of Muharram in a dream represents asceticism, piety, renouncing the world or attending the pilgrimage to Mecca. Fasting the day when the pilgrims are standing at mount Arafat in a dream means acceptance of one’s charities. Fasting the last ten days of the month of Zul-Hijjah in a dream means attaining a good conclusion to one’s life in this world to become a pious person, or it could also mean fulfilling a promise. Fasting the day of Ashura in a dream means doing good deeds, but it could also mean witnessing adversities and escaping from its dangers, or it could mean living to witness the next religious festival, or if one’s wife is pregnant, it could mean that she will beget a blessed son who will grow to be a righteous man. Fasting during the lunar month of Rajab in a dream means working for people in authority, or it could mean that one may be commissioned to work overseas, or it could mean going on a short trip. Fasting an extra day in doubt about one’s proper religious performance in a dream means committing a sin or lack of vigilance and certitude about one’s devotion. Fasting days of the month of Ramadan one has missed for a permissible reason in a dream means release of a prisoner or repentance of a sinner. Fasting a votive fast or a vowed fast for the purpose of an attainment in a dream means attaining one’s goal, joy and happiness. Observing a votive perpetual or an ongoing fast in a dream means undertaking a heavy responsibility or following innovation, or it could mean becoming a loner or abstaining from talking to others, or that one would only talk if the subject is beneficial to others, for fasting in a dream also means silence. Observing a votive perpetual fast in a dream also represents a pious and a religious person. If the person is a sinner, such votive fast in a dream also may mean that he will get nothing out of what he wants. Paying the due charity (Sadaqat-ul Fitr) after completing one’s fast in a dream means recovering from an illness. If one observes a fast for show in his dream, it means that he will receive what he desires. (Also see Ashura; Feast of Breaking the Fast)... fasting dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Fasting

Refusal to accept anything from the world around you. Vanity. You ought to take up less space. The motive for the fast is important. ... fasting dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Fasting

1- To be fasting in a dream may be an attempt to come to terms with some emotional trauma, or to draw attention to the need for cleansing in some way (see Eating). 2- If we have a grievance, fasting may be a way of making it known. 3- Fasting is a way of changing consciousness, and also a move towards realisation through resistance to temptation. ... fasting dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Fasting

A dream that sometimes marks the heginning of a vision quest or other important religious sojourn. Moslems, Christians, Native Americans, and Jews alike use fasting as expressions of faith, or in the hopes of receiving divine missives. An unsatisfied hunger within. Tlie question then becomes for what are you hungering?A temporary abstinence from something meaningful in order to obtain something even more precious. ... fasting dream meaning

The Language of Dreams

Fasting

Vision: Dreaming about fasting is often a hint that you are going through a health crisis. The dream suggests that you be sexually moderate. Depth Psychology: Fasting can also indicate that you are trying to “cleanse” your character (from greed, impulses, instincts, and unrealistic hopes). The dream may also indicate an actual illness. ... fasting dream meaning

Dreamers Dictionary

Fasting

Times of good cheer are at hand. ... fasting dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

Fasting

a vision of fasting is [interpreted] upon 10 sides: importance, leadership, good health, rank, repentance, victory, increase of blessing, Pilgrimage, glory & child. ... fasting dream meaning

Islamic Dream - Cafer-i Sadik

Fasting

Fasting is a very old way of bringing about a change in consciousness, and also a move towards self-realization through resistance to temptation. It is considered to be the most powerful spiritual discipline there is, but should not be indulged in in everyday life without properly qualified support. Dreaming of fasting suggests that some kind of spiritual discipline may be required. ... fasting dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Fasting

Psychological / emotional perspective: Dreams while actively fasting can be particularly vivid or lurid. If we have what we consider to be a grievance, self-denial may manifest as the image of fasting (doing without sustenance). This may be the psyche’s way of making this grievance known. ... fasting dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Fasting

Material aspects: Deliberately depriving the body of sustenance in a dream may be an attempt to come to terms with some perceived trauma, such as a lack of love, or to draw attention to the need for cleansing in some way. ... fasting dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Fasting

A dream of fasting suggests that you need to make amends for some past injustice; get on with it; the sooner it’s done the quicker you’ll be able to forget it. ... fasting dream meaning

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Fasting

If you are fasting in the dream it means that you should abstain from certain things for your own good. Perhaps, earthly pleasures are endangering your physical, emotional, or spiritual health. Moreover, a dream of these features can also represent internal peace and the desire to meditate, to hear the deep voice of the conscience. ... fasting dream meaning

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Fasting

lucky numbers: 01-06-28-29-38-47according to own religion: your happiness is assured. dreaming of eating while: your emotions need to be nurtured. fast, a forced: self-denial and lack of self-love destroy physical energy. members of family, with you: hereditary instincts bring big wealth. of: cleansing of character from greed and unrealistic impulses. reading cookbooks while: your decisive personality has a vivid imagination. ... fasting dream meaning

Zolar’s Book of Dreams Numbers and Lucky Days

Feast Of Breaking The Fast

(arb. Eid-ul Fitr; Lesser Bairam; Ramadan; 1st of Shawwal) Witnessing the feast of breaking the fast of Ramadan in a dream means overcoming depression, dispelling stress, regaining joy, ease in one’s life, acceptance of one’s prayers, repentance from sin, recovering one’s losses, relief, finding a lost object, prosperity, comfort, spending money and exchanging gifts. (Also see Feast of Immolation)... feast of breaking the fast dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Going Barefoot

Vision + Depth Psychology: Walking barefoot: you want to get in touch with your soul, or with the very essence of life! The dream can be a challenge to keep in touch; it can also be a sign that your health is improving. If you are walking barefoot in clear water: prospects for the future are good. Running barefoot through wet Grass: the possibilities are even more promising. Walking barefoot over gravel: a present issue can only be resolved with difficulty. Stones are thrown in your path. ... going barefoot dream meaning

Dreamers Dictionary

Going On A Date

If you’re actively dating, then it’s no surprise you might dream of going on a date. This is your brain’s way of preparing you for the real thing, in the form of an imaginary rehearsal. You may have anxieties about dating, which is why it is at the forefront of your mind. If the date is with a stranger and all goes well, this suggests you’re on a journey of self-discovery. You’re getting to know your strengths and talents. A disastrous date means there’s some part of yourself that you don’t like or feel comfortable with. ... going on a date dream meaning

Dreams Interpretations Hidden Meanings Symbols

Going Underground

If you dream of being underground, this may suggest a desire for personal transformation—the death of the old to make way for the new. If you experience the nightmare of being buried alive, do you feel that others are suffocating your individuality in waking life and there is no way out? If in your dream you suspect that someone has deliberately buried you alive, your unconscious may be trying to alert you to hidden hostility from that person towards you in waking life. If you managed to escape, try to remember whether you stumbled across anything significant; this may hold the key to transforming your situation so you can step out of the darkness into daylight in waking life. To come up out of the earth or a grave suggests some kind of rebirth, new insights or a new period of your life. Being in a tunnel, cave, chamber or mine shows you exploring what is usually beneath the surface of your mind, such as unacknowledged insights or feelings. This is a journey into your unconscious. Remember the rules here are different to those in everyday life. Here you create your own environment, your own traps and freedom out of your own fears, hopes and desires. If the dream hole was of your own making in the dream, what was its purpose? Freudians equate holes in dreams with vaginas, so—if you are a man— your dream may have been imbued with sexual innuendo. Whatever your sex, because the vagina leads to the womb it may be that you long to shut yourself away, or withdraw for a while from the unpleasantness of your waking life. On the other hand, your dream may be highlighting those of your ‘underground’ tastes or secret longings that are unexpressed in real life. There is another explanation for dreams about burrowing underground or entering tunnels and caverns. The tunnel is a symbol of transition and the bowels of the earth a symbol of the unconscious, so your dream may denote your search for some kind of transformation. What you saw or heard in the cavern or tunnel is therefore significant. If you saw light or made your way to the end of the tunnel in your dream, the implication is that you will find the inspiration you need in waking life. ... going underground dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Nails (fasteners)

Nails show that you will do much work with very little pay. Bright nails means you will nevertheless enjoy the work. Bent or dull nails will show sickness and disorder entering your life shortly. To drive nails shows you will complete a deal and ‘drive’ a hard bargain. If you injury yourself with a nail you should be careful of careless talk and sharp words. ... nails (fasteners) dream meaning

Encyclopedia of Dreams

Needing And Going To The Toilet

To dream you desperately need the toilet and either cannot find one, or they are all in use, or have no doors or locks, suggests a need to let go of something. While you may already know what this is, you don’t know how to approach it and you are struggling to express your emotional needs. Going to the toilet is a process which helps us eliminate toxins, and when we can’t do this in our dream or find ourselves doing it in strange situations, this indicates a need to release something that is unhealthy for us. Toilet training starts at an early age, it is part of growing up, so dreams about using the toilet can take us back to childhood. You could be feeling small and as if your needs don’t matter. It’s time to speak up and put yourself first. ... needing and going to the toilet dream meaning

Dreams Interpretations Hidden Meanings Symbols

People In Dreams: When Are They Mirrors Of You?

The People in Your Dreams. Whether the person portrayed is a family member, friend, stranger, or someone rich and famous, each carries a unique message. A DREAM CHARACTER AS A MIRROR: YOU SEE ONLY YOURSELF. The most common purpose of a dream person is to mirror your own behavior and traits. DREAM EXAMPLE: MY SISTER BEHAVED BADLY. A woman dreamed of her sister having a temper tantrum. In real life, her sister was capable of a grand explosion or two. The dreamer noted how insensitive her sister appeared in the dream as she spewed venomous words, and she suddenly remembered the verbal mudslinging that she, herself, had engaged in with a co-worker, the previous day. She realized that the dream scene described her, not her sister. Though normally professional and constructive, the previous day she lost her cool and her dream mirrored how she had appeared to coworkers. The dream made her realize that a kind word would have gone much further to resolve the situation than anger. When you see someone behaving badly in a dream, take a breath and fess up. In the end, most of the people that you dream about signify parts of yourself. TO SEE WHETHER A PERSON IN A DREAM IS A MIRROR OF YOU, PLAY THE “TWO PLUS TWO” GAME A DREAM PERSON AS A MIRROR OF YOU. “Projection” is a psychological term that describes how easy it is to see—in others—what you hide about yourself. Take the driver on the highway who weaves in and out of lanes, shouting at others about driving too slow or being in the wrong lane. He notices others’ poor driving habits but is blind to his own. That is called projection. Instead of glaring at your own fault, you notice it in others. Most people hate to admit to shortcomings like having a bad temper, eating or drinking too much, or not living up to their ideals. As you conveniently push away negative images of self in a dream, you let an actor “stand in” for you, to demonstrate the negative behavior that you hide from yourself. To further distance yourself from the flawed person that you don’t want to recognize as really you—the stand-in takes on the appearance of a family member, a friend, or a stranger. To explore how a dream person can mirror you, try this exercise. It is named the “Two Plus Two” game because you select two qualities and two shortcomings in a main dream character and then explore those traits in yourself. This is how it goes. 1. SELECT A DREAM PERSON. • Select a prominent dream character who appeared in a recent dream. Choose someone who confused you or stimulated an intense reaction. • Without thinking too much about it, list two positive traits and two negative traits about the dream person. • Even if the dream character is a stranger or a well-known person who you do not know, you still have a notion of what they are like from their actions, appearance, and body language. Base your selections on those impressions and your reactions to the dream character. • If the person is someone you know, list their actual traits that come to mind. 2. COULD THIS BE YOU? After listing the dream character’s positive and negative traits, be bold. Examine the same traits in yourself. See which ones, if any, might apply to you at this time. Keep in mind that a trait may be relevant to you for only a limited time, or relate to you only in a specific situation. For example, you may normally be talkative, yet when troubled, you brood in silence. As a result, even though friends may describe you as chatty, a dream about a quiet person might portray you during a troubled phase. 3. BUT … WHAT IF THE PERSON IS NOT A MIRROR? After taking a good look, if you can sincerely conclude that the dream person’s traits do not match yours, the character may not be a mirror of your traits or actions. Examine the alternative options about what dream characters may represent, as listed below. DETERMINE WHEN A DREAM CHARACTER IS NOT A MIRROR OF YOU Most of the time a dream person mirrors your personality and actions. However, there are exceptions. When a dream person does not fit as a mirror, explore these alternatives. Alternative 1 of a Dream Person Who Is Not a MirrorCHARACTERS MAY BE ACTING OUT A RELATIONSHIP DYNAMIC. Whether a dream relates to your relationship with a boss, an associate, family member, friend, or a love interest, people in dreams sometimes indicate how that relationship is going. Never ignore the story line; the story line is your first indication of who or what the dream is about. How characters behave in the dream plus the story line can unveil hidden motives, show how others see you, and reveal hidden agendas—yours and theirs. When, in real life, you feel confused about a relationship, look for a dream that may mirror what is going on and shines a spotlight on the situation. A dream about a relationship can advise you how to handle others or invite you to tweak your own attitude or behavior. Alternative 2 of a Dream Person Who Is Not a Mirror A DREAM CHARACTER PORTRAYS AN ACTUAL PERSON. Once in a while a dream is truly about someone else. Such a dream may show the person acting and looking as they normally do. Or, it can be a metaphoric scene, but you recognize the topic and the qualities of the dream character as being related to someone else. A literal dream about another puts you in touch with their issues, reveals their talents, or gives insights about your role in their life. A woman who dreamed that a friend was contemplating suicide made a quick phone call. Thanks to the heads-up, the dreamer steered the friend back onto a positive track. Alternative 3 of a Dream Person Who Is Not a MirrorA DREAM CHARACTER GIVES DIRECT AND CLEAR GUIDANCE. A man or woman in a dream may at times directly present the information that you need, such as a family member pointing out where you misplaced a lost object or a mechanic working on a car part that needs to be replaced in your car. When that happens, no interpretation is necessary. Sometimes only the thought is implied, yet even if no words are spoken, the dreamer knows the intent. Whether words are spoken, thoughts implied, or a dream character demonstrates the information visually, the guidance can be direct and clear. ... people in dreams: when are they mirrors of you? dream meaning

A Little Bit Of Dreams

Swing

See “waver”... swing dream meaning

Dream Dictionary Unlimited

Swing

(Toy) To see oneself in a dream swinging on a rope means faltering in one’s faith. Swinging on a suspended seat in a dream also means heedlessness, or looking at random in search for a true religion. ... swing dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Swing

Like rocking, may refer to way we relax ourself when facing stress—see sleep rocking; self gratification, sex or mas­turbation; feelings of pleasure; daily ups and downs. Idioms: Get into the swing of things; go with a swing, in full swing. ... swing dream meaning

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Swing

Mood swings; the ups and downs of life—we either give in to them too much or we repress them too much. The symbol of the rhythm of life. Are you being “taken for a ride”?It may also be connected to memories from your childhood. Playfulness. A sexual symbol. ... swing dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Swing

see Rocking... swing dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Swing

A change of plan will prove very successful in the long run. A gift of flowers will soon be made to you. ... swing dream meaning

Mystic Dream Book

Swing

Dreams of a swing signify that you are going back and forth, unable to make up your mind. This dream can also signify that you are joyously experiencing your own sacred rhythm, and perhaps getting into the swing of things. Consider the feeling tone. See Pendulum. ... swing dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Swing

To dream that you are on a swing represents an expression of great satisfaction and freedom. ... swing dream meaning

My Dream Interpretation

Swing

This dream is a sug- gestion that issues hanging in the balance can be made to swing in your favor if you exercise patience and caution. Don’t push. ... swing dream meaning

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Swing

See Pendulum. ... swing dream meaning

The Dream Books Symbols

Swing

Psychoanalysis tend to relate the swing with auto-eroticism, and interprets the fear of rolling or of seasickness, produced by the swing, as inhibitions from childhood. Dreaming that you swing with your partner predicts a happy marriage and a large family; if you swing alone it denotes selfishness and infidelity; and if the chain is broken a birth of a child will be coming soon. A stationary swing is indicative of intense but brief joy. SWING - analysis of the dreamJoana dreamed: “I was ten and I swung on a swing in the park. My father pushed me and I drove myself forward strongly, stretching my legs. With my toes I could almost touch the clouds. I was happy. I felt light and powerful. Suddenly, I turned around and I no longer saw my father. I felt fear and dizziness. I called him with all my might, but he did not appear. ”Joana had this dream two days after receiving a marriage proposal. She was still undecided. She knew her boyfriend very well and was truly in love, but the idea of marriage made her feel too grown up, despite her youth—she was only 20 years old. This also made her long for her childhood. Swinging on the swing and the pleasant feeling from getting high up are related to her desire for freedom. But the fact that it was her father who pushed her and watched her closely, so that she would not fall, revealed her insecurity and her desire for protection. In dreams, swinging yourself in the swing is also interpreted as a symbol of indecision; your issues are on the tightrope and sway from side to side without ever landing on site. Joana’s unconscious was encouraging her to be in charge of her life and to decide for herself, breaking family ties—her father disappears in the dream—and accepting her maturity. ... swing dream meaning

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Swing

1. Moved by Circumstances;2. Uncertainty; Is. 30:15; James 1:6. • Swinging High- Thrill seeking. ... swing dream meaning

Dream Dictionary The Biblical Model

Swing /children

1. Moved by circumstance/opposition;... swing /children dream meaning

Dream Dictionary The Biblical Model

Swing Set

A childlike sense of play is what is reflected in this image. The idea that something so simple can generate an enormous amount of joy is presented by a dream with a swing set in it. If you have personal associations with a swing set from your childhood, those should feature in your interpretation. Sometimes the most joyful images can show up with a sense of distortion in a nightmare. A nightmare simply means the stakes are higher; such a dream may be calling for more of this playfulness in your life as something more important than you might think. ... swing set dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Swing, Rocking Horse

Vision: Sitting or swinging on a swing: you are too easily influenced by others, have a hard time making decisions and, generally speaking, may be fickle and sometimes downright unreliable. Looking at a swing: it is time to look at your inconsistency. Rocking on a rocking horse: you are frittering away your time; also, what you call love is really infatuation. Depth Psychology: A swing means your moods are constantly “swinging back and forth. ” In a man’s dream, it also might imply that—if married and having an affair—he can’t decide between his wife and his lover. The dream is a warning: make a decision now and be more assertive. ... swing, rocking horse dream meaning

Dreamers Dictionary

Swinging

Swinging may express desire or its satisfaction. ... swinging dream meaning

A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

Swinging

To be swinging on a swing or to be dancing the “swing” indicates that the dreamer is expressing a great deal of satisfaction and freedom. ... swinging dream meaning

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

Swinging

lucky numbers: 02-09-13-27-36-39around in circles: a change of plans wil prove very successful. of a swing: postponement caused by your fickleness. others: your old ideas are rejected for being outside the ropes. yourself: be cautious in believing satisfaction and freedom exist in your love affairs. ... swinging dream meaning

Zolar’s Book of Dreams Numbers and Lucky Days

Swings

Swinging is one of the first ways in which a child feels a sense of freedom and exhilaration. In this way, a swing is a symbol of both this sensation as well as the childlike innocence that allows for such easy access to those feelings. In a dream, a swing set indicates a longing for this aspect of your consciousness. If the swings in your dreams feel dangerous or are connected to an injury, then you are processing some stress around needing more freedom in your life. ... swings dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Unfasten

See “loose”... unfasten dream meaning

Dream Dictionary Unlimited

Unfasten

It can be interpreted as a sign of eroticism or extreme shyness. It also indicates a pleasant relaxation of tensions, recovery of self-confidence, and trust in the people around you. ... unfasten dream meaning

The Big Dictionary of Dreams