What does it mean to see an unavailable in a dream?

Unavailable Dream Meaning: From 1 Different Sources


Someone one needs for emotional help is not there.

New American Dream Dictionary | Joan Seaman - Tom Philbin

Unavailable | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Unavailable

Island

1. Isolation. 2. Romance is in the offing. 3. Independence. 4. Escape. 5. Becoming inaccessible or unavailable. ... island dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Stroke

1. Area of one’s life where one is unable to take action. 2. Former skill now unavailable to one. ... stroke dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Cards

Cards can appear in dreams in many different forms—such as postcards, maps, entrance cards or tickets, playing cards, and business cards. In the case of playing cards, it implies that you do not take life seriously enough and are taking too many risks. It also may be a suggestion to look at life more as if it were a game and to be less serious. It is important whether you have good or bad cards in your hand. If you dream about a particular card, find out the meaning by checking out books about reading cards. With postcards and maps, refer to the place or area pictured on them. If you can’t make any connection with the picture, postcards and maps may be an expression of a desire for travel and vacation. Tickets and business cards point to areas that are normally unavailable to you. In the case of tickets, the specific area depicted is most important: what you are admitted to is an indication of the direction you should take in your life. In the case of business cards and credit cards it is the person who carries them who is important. A business card shows that you are, or want to be, successful. Folklore: Quarrels loom on the horizon. ... cards dream meaning

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Transparent

1- When something is transparent in a dream we may be feeling vulnerable, but may also be aware of insights we would not normally have. To be inside a transparent bubble, for instance, would suggest visibility and vulnerability in our lives, perhaps taking on new- responsibilities. For someone else to be behind a transparent shield suggests they are somewhat remote and unavailable to us. 2- When we arc aware in dreams that things around us are transparent, we become our ability to ‘see through’ things. We arc able to be discerning in our judgement. 3- Transparency in the spiritual sense represents honesty. ... transparent dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Skyscraper

Vision: A skyscraper is a symbol of emotional frustration; the building itself is a phallic symbol and related to sexual desires. Do you feel isolated? Do you feel you are walking through life as a nameless person? If a woman dreams about a skyscraper without windows: her partner is emotionally unavailable. Depth Psychology: Living in a skyscraper: you are in the wrong place, because the atmosphere is detrimental to your emotional health. In all other cases, the dream is a reminder: limit your expectations—you have set your hopes too high. See House. ... skyscraper dream meaning

Dreamers Dictionary

Transparent

Material aspects: When something is transparent in a dream we may be feeling vulnerable, but may also be aware of insights we would not normally have. To be inside a transparent bubble, for instance, would suggest visibility and vulnerability in our lives, perhaps taking on new responsibilities. For a dream character to be behind a transparent shield suggests they or what they represent are somewhat remote and unavailable to us. ... transparent dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Bottle

A bottle is about the ability to contain a small amount of something, usually liquid refreshment. If the symbolic meaning behind what’s in the bottle is to nurture you or please your palate, then the meaning of the bottle is your ability to contain that desire in a portable way and enjoy it at your leisure. An empty bottle relates to something you had in the past being unavailable to you now. A bottle that is broken indicates an inability to contain something pleasurable. If you know what is in the bottle, add that for a great distinction of your interpretation. ... bottle dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Eight

After spiritual matters have been made manifest, great abundance is possible. Eight is the number of infinity and all that it implies. This includes wealth of every kind: love, money, bliss, joy, and every amazing experience life has to offer. The concept of infinity states that there is no limitation in the universe, that time and space continue forever and ever in a way that is beyond our ability to truly comprehend. When an understanding of infinity and abundance are combined, there is a realization that there is an endless supply of anything you could possibly desire, even those things that you perceive as limited and unavailable to you. Eight is the magic of seven in action. The shadow side of this is greed, hoarding, and withholding love. ... eight dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Hidden Room

This is a universal dream about previously unknown or hidden resources. A house or home of any kind represents the dreamer’s sense of self. If you discover a room that you didn’t know was there, it is like finding a new aspect of yourself that was formerly unknown. This can be interpreted as something that is just becoming available to you, such as new thoughts, resources, or strengths that exist in you but were previously unavailable or untapped. What you find in a hidden room should figure prominently in your interpretation. Your association with anything you seek or discover should be considered as symbolic of a resource that you already possess but are just now able to utilize. Not all hidden room dreams are pleasant; some can be quite disturbing. If this is the case, remember that if you find something troubling within your psyche, accepting and incorporating such shadow elements is crucial to facilitating integration. If the room suddenly disappears, consider that the resource you counted on finding within yourself may not be as fully formed as you had thought. No matter what the sensibility of the discovery, this image is always an embodiment of the possibility that at any moment in life, more can be revealed. ... hidden room dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Old

You are connecting to an archetypal character aspect of yourself who connects with wisdom and guidance. The wise old man and his female counterpart, the crone, are staples in Jungian psychology, as they are the archetypes that represent human wisdom. This is a character aspect shared by every human being on the planet, and it connects us to our inner guidance and our highest thought. We can only connect to this powerful energy when we can learn from our mistakes, a trait often associated with the insight that comes with age and is usually unavailable to us in our youth. An older person whom you know from life may also represent wisdom, but an interpretation of any person must connect to the individual’s traits as you experience them in life. When the old man or the crone appears in archetypal fashion, they will not be known to you personally. They may offer insight, wisdom, or a gift. This archetypal character aspect is often the first one that most people encounter on their inner journey toward integration. This is because all human beings have access to the wisdom that comes with age, making this archetype very accessible within each of us. ... old dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Door / Keyhole

In dream-lore, to pass through a door and enter a house is a decisive and symbolic action as the door represents the passage from one state of being to another. Freud and Jung agreed that the house signified the self and the body, but disagreed about the doors of a house. For Freud, doors are dream images representing the body’s orifices, whilst for Jung, doors express the dreamer’s relationship to their conscious and unconscious world. According to Jungians, a door opening outwards suggests a need to open up to others, whereas a door opening inwards suggests the need for greater reflection or a desire to explore the inner self. In general, most dream analysts believe that entering through a door signifies new opportunities that will be presented to you. Doors and doorways represent an opportunity for either positive or negative change. You may be entering into a new stage in your life, moving from one level of consciousness to another. If your dreaming mind portrayed you as stepping through a door, it signals your willingness to embrace change and the unknown, whilst letting someone in through the door indicates your willingness to interact with them. If you were faced by a confusing number of doors, you may be feeling overwhelmed by choices in life and unsure which opening is right for you. If you simply can’t find the door to escape through in your dream, then perhaps you feel unable to express yourself in waking life. To dream of locked doors signifies opportunities that are denied, unavailable to you or ones on which you have missed out. Also consider who or what you are shutting out of your life if your dream features a door; perhaps as one dream door closes, another will open…More specifically, a front door usually symbolizes unfamiliar outside circumstances—if a doormat features in your dream as well, you may be allowing others to walk all over you in real life—while a backdoor stands for the more familiar traffic of people we already know. Unwanted changes in your life are often depicted in dreams as intruders or strangers at the door, and if you are beginning a new relationship and themes of burglary or home invasion appear in your dreams, this does not necessarily mean your partner is dangerous; the dream may be providing an early warning of undercurrents in your relationship that are not nourishing to you. In some instances, the dark stranger at the door represents an aspect of yourself that is selfcritical and self- destructive. Another dream featuring doors is that of being locked out or being unable to enter your home because you have lost your key. This image reflects a situation in which you are being prevented from accessing your talent, drive and energy. You have been locked out from the best part of yourself but the situation can be easily corrected by remembering your key next time, or finding another way in. In most cases, the key indicates willingness to change and to experiment with alternatives. Keyholes in dreams allow you to view that which is otherwise concealed; if this image appears in your dream, ask yourself whether your privacy is being invaded in some way or whether you are prying into affairs that are no concern of yours. A rusty key may indicate talents that are being neglected. Freud viewed the key as a phallus and saw potent sexual symbolism in the trio of key, door and the door’s subsequent opening. Finally, to dream that you hear or ring a door bell foretells of unexpected news. ... door / keyhole dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Dead Body

The end of a phase in some area of your life. The physical body in general, or the idea that it’s just a physical “shell” in which a person lives during the course of their life. If the body is someone you know, perhaps you consider that person to be reaching the end of a phase before beginning a new one, or perhaps you’re afraid of that person dying or becoming less unavailable to you (or at least not available to you in same way as before).

See also: Dead Acquaintance; Ending; Dying; Death of a Loved One; Ghost; Coffin... dead body dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Bridge

Universal Landscape: Connections; a transition or solution. Dreaming Lens: Were you on the bridge? Were you considering crossing or were you already on the other side? Did the bridge seem safe to cross? What was the bridge connecting? What was it going over? What type of bridge was it? How big was it? Was it from a location you know from life?Personal Focus: A bridge is essentially that which makes a connection between two separate entities. It can offer a solution to the problem of getting across an obstacle of some kind. Since it takes you from one place to another, it also carries the meaning of a transition in life. Man-made constructions that require a high level of sophisticated engineering to create, they express the complicated ways in which we often approach solving problems in life. They also represent the ability to expand into new territory previously unavailable for exploration. The primary meaning, however, relates to the connections we make in life, hence the warning in the phrase don’t burn your bridges. Since many bridges are suspended over water, an emotional issue is often the underlying conflict being expressed by this symbol. The intensity of the water below will indicate the level of emotions being stirred up. Some bridges, however, are used to traverse difficult terrain over land. In a dream, this might point to some construct or obstacle in your life that you’d rather avoid by somehow rising above it. If there is a conflict in your life that you can easily identify, a bridge in a dream may be symbolic of bringing together opposite sides of an issue. The integrity of the construction of a bridge could illuminate how effectively you are approaching the situation. ... bridge dream meaning

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream

Hidden Room

Universal Landscape: Unknown or hidden resources. Dreaming Lens: Did you find a hidden room, or did you just search for it? Was it difficult to find, or did you come upon it with ease? If you found a hidden room, what did you find in it? Was the room well lit, or dark and mysterious? Were the feelings around the search and discovery of the room scary, friendly, helpful, or dangerous?Personal Focus: A house or home of any kind represents the dreamer’s sense of self. If you discover a room that you didn’t know was there, it is like finding a new aspect of yourself that was formerly unknown. This can be interpreted as something that is just becoming available to you, such as new thoughts, resources, or strengths that exist in you but were previously unavailable or untapped. What you find in a hidden room should figure prominently in your interpretation. Your association with anything you seek or discover should be considered as symbolic of a resource that you already possess, but are just now able to utilize. Not all hidden room dreams are pleasant; some can be quite disturbing. If this is the case, remember that if you find something troubling within your psyche, accepting and incorporating such Shadow elements are crucial to facilitating integration. If the room suddenly disappears, consider that the resource you counted on finding within yourself may not be as fully formed as you had thought. No matter what the sensibility of the discovery, this image is always an embodiment of the possibility that at any moment in life, more can be revealed. ... hidden room dream meaning

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream

Numbers

Universal Landscape: The building blocks of all reality. Dreaming Lens: Did a number itself feature in your dream? Was it the number of something that was significant? Was there more than one digit, or was your dream number from one to nine? Was there calculation involved? Did the number have a specific purpose, such as a phone number or address?Personal Focus: Numbers are the building blocks for our understanding of how life is constructed. The movement of the Earth, moon, and other planets are geometrical in nature. Music is simply math expressed as tone. Digital technology reduces various data to numeric sequences and then back again to its original form. Our need to describe physical phenomena led us to create nine whole numbers that, in different sequences, can express anything from gravity to the speed of light, or the way visitors can identify which house on the block is yours. The universally accepted meaning of numbers is what informs the discipline of numerology. From this tradition, we get the foundational and metaphysical interpretation of the nine whole numbers. Use this as a base to inform how you consider the image from your dream with which the number is associated. If there is more than one digit involved, add all the values together until you arrive at a final, single number. For example, if an address is 115 Main Street, you would add one plus one plus five and get seven. The explanations below are meant to be read in order in one sitting, no matter what specific number you are interested in examining. There is a structure to the way the meaning of each digit expands on its predecessor, which will give you a powerful sense of the whole system and aid you in using numbers in the interpretation process. One: One represents beginnings and is the starting point of existence. In human terms, it is the self alone. It is the idea before any action is taken. As such, it embodies the concept of potential and that which has yet to happen. In fact, the energy of one is limited by its inability to do anything by itself. However, it also connects to stillness and the cultivation of desire that precedes movement. One is the beginning of the journey, which can be a very exciting energy. However, the journey can bring with it the challenge of loneliness and isolation. Two: When a second joins the one and two is formed, partnership is created. The concept of relativity evolves out of the energy of two, as the one has something to which it experiences itself as relative to. The one can now know itself as Self, because there is that which is Other. All of the elements of two are embodied in this idea—partnership, duality, opposites, yin/yang, balance, sharing, to name just a few. The Shadow side of two is the potential for collapsing into one another and losing the sense of Self. Three: When two are gathered, eventually their energy will create a new element, and a third is born. Three is the number of creativity. A powerful energy, there are many examples of the concept of three. Mother-father-child is perhaps the most universal. The holy trinity in Catholicism is another instance. The artist, the paint, and the finished work is just one case that can be applied to any creative endeavor. In music, a trine is the simplest and perhaps most pleasing harmony. In the world of geometry, it is only when you have three points to work with that you can create an actual shape and accurately define a location in space. The challenge of three is a lack of grounding and separation from reality. This is because three relates so strongly to the drive to create, that feeling unable to do so would be the fear-based side of this energy. Four: When you add a fourth point to a triangle, you end up with a square. Four is the number of structure. Once the creative impulse has been satisfied, it is time for solidification, which can be accomplished by the power of four. A wonderful weight-bearing shape, a square is what allows for building the foundation on which the creative energies of three can be supported. Four connects to the establishment of institutions, order, rules, and regulations. While a number of great strength, it can engender a sense of limitation and the concept of restraint. Five: What follows the foundational sense of four is the freedom of five. Once a structure has been established, there is now a sense of safety and security for exploration. The number five embodies this expressiveness. The human body expresses the number five as represented by the four limbs and the head. The ability for the body to move about through space is a vibrant and exhilarating experience. In this way, five symbolizes joy and bliss. With this, comes the shadow of freedom; indulgence. This expression of five can carry grave consequences such as compulsion and addiction. Six: Six is the number of partnership, marriage, creative collaboration, and balance. After the freedom of five, there is a need for stability, which is provided by the even number six. This energy can also be seen as a pairing of two threes. If three is about primal creativity at an individual level, combining two systems of three allows for six to engender worldly partnerships and the concept of marriage and union. This number represents partnership on every level: business, social, educational, and spiritual. In personal realms, the number six represents the happy union of opposites within us and the integration of our own opposing forces, such as containing two powerful emotions that contradict each other. The challenge of the six energy connects to responsibility and a sense of burden. Seven: After all the work in the external world that brought us to the concept of partnership, we are now prepared for a more elevated experience of human expression. Seven is the number of spirituality and higher thought, which is only possible after the basic human needs are met. We are now free to look up and contemplate our existence in a more esoteric manner. Meditation and any consideration of the interior landscape of our humanity is governed by the number seven. This includes thought, contemplation, mysticism, prayer, faith, psychology, and any endeavor that seeks to understand life from a higher perspective. This is a number we are all familiar with as significant: seven days of the week, seven deadly sins, seven notes in the diatonic scale. The challenge associated with this vibration is of getting lost in the ethers and losing contact with life on the ground. Eight: After spiritual matters have been made manifest, great abundance is possible. Eight is the number of infinity and all that it implies. This includes wealth of every kind: love, money, bliss, joy, and every amazing experience life has to offer. The concept of infinity states that there is no limitation in the universe; that time and space continue forever and ever in a way that is beyond our ability to truly comprehend. When we combine an understanding of infinity and abundance, we begin to realize that there is an endless supply of anything we could possibly desire, even those things that you perceive as limited and unavailable to us. Eight is the magic of seven in action. The shadow side to this is greed, hoarding, and withholding love. Nine: The final number in the system is nine, which represents completion and endings. All things must end in order for the inevitable new beginning to follow. Nine embodies that cycle of existence that demands that change occur and that the old give way to the new. We have started the journey alone in the infinite (one), discovered opposites and relativity (two), invented creativity (three), built a foundation (four), expressed freedom (five), partnered with another (six), went inward to find spirituality (seven), expressed and enjoyed the rewards of the outside world (eight), and now we come to a close (nine). The shadow side to the completion energy of nine is the fear associated with endings and death. ... numbers dream meaning

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream

Old Man/old Woman

Universal Landscape: Archetypal Character Aspect: Wisdom and guidance. Dreaming Lens: Was it an old man or old woman in your dream? Was the dream character the same gender as you, or the opposite? Did he or she speak to you? Were you drawn to the dream character, or frightened? Did he or she have anything for you, share any wisdom, or offer you an object?Personal Focus: The Old Man and his female counterpart, the Crone, are staples in Jungian psychology, as they are the archetypes that represent human wisdom. This is a Character Aspect shared by every human being on the planet and connects us to our inner guidance and our highest thought. We can only connect to this powerful energy when we can learn from our mistakes, a trait often associated with the insight that comes with age and usually is unavailable to us in our youth. An older person that you know from life may also represent wisdom, but an interpretation of any person must connect to their traits as you experience them in life. When the Old Man or the Crone appears in archetypal fashion, the dream character will not be known to you personally, and a gift, insight, or wisdom might be offered to you. This Archetypal Character Aspect is often the first one that most people encounter on their inner journey toward integration. This is because all human beings have access to the wisdom that comes with age, making this Archetype very accessible within each of us. Use the Dreaming Lens to deepen your interpretation of this symbol. Examine the shift or change in the dream marked by the appearance of this character. If there was a “before” and “after” to the moment of meeting, how did the dream change as a result of their presence? A positive shift may indicate the new information that is now available for your integration. A negative shift may be a signpost that the next level of material you must face in your inner work is in the Shadow. As with many archetypal dreams, there may be very little chaotic content, and the dream may consist simply of a single scene in which you encounter the figure. ... old man/old woman dream meaning

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream