To see a person turn and walk away from you, you may be sure envy and jealousy are working to your hurt.
To dream of your own back, bodes no good to the dreamer. ... back dream meaning
To give a woman your seat, implies your yielding to some fair one’s artfulness. ... seat dream meaning
2. Indecision. ... sitting dream meaning
2. Family arguments (family members entering).
3. Secrets, especially lovers. ... back door dream meaning
2. Need for restraint in one’s actions and emotions.
3. Desire or inclination to take unnecessary risks (not using). ... seat belt dream meaning
For your friends to back-bite you, indicates worriment by servants and children. ... back-bite dream meaning
The seriousness of the investigation will depend on the capacity of the vessel. Ultimately he will be liberated from their clutches.... boarding or sitting in a vessel dream meaning
But if the vulture flies with him vertically towards the heavens, he will die while on a journey. For, such a vulture would then represent the angel of death.... flying on the back of a vulture dream meaning
See example in spiral below. ... shapes, symbols dream meaning
A name on the label of goods may depict quality to us.
A face can represent love or brutality. In the struggle towards human awareness, and its increasingly subtle use of symbols such as language to think and express with, there must have been stages of development. This is a side of ‘history’ seldom given attention, yet very important. Perhaps our dream thinking’ is using an earlier form of using symbols, one which might have been more an everyday event prior to language.
Even though we exist as an individual integrated with today’s world, our earlier levels of thinking still exist. Unconsciously we still see the thermometer as temperature; the car as status, independence or ease in getting to work; inside our house as an expression of ourself—if we didn’t we would not take pains to make it nice for guests. Through these unconscious feeling connections or symbolic views we have of things, dreams create their store of images and scenes. Processing a dream is an attempt to discover what values we ourself unconsciously place upon the people, animals, objects and situations around us.
See unconscious. ... symbols and dreaming dream meaning
To have someone back-bite you means you will have problems with family and/or children.... back-biting dream meaning
See Bicycle, Menstruation and Seasons.... cycle dream meaning
If you dream of a strong, muscular back, then this signifies a healthy financial situation.
If you dream of a back that is decrepit or in pain, then this signifies financial insecurity.... lower-back dream meaning
See Back and Co-Dependant... upper-back dream meaning
• 8: Angelic frequency.
• 911: Emergency situation; call for help.
• 220: Changing something in the environment • 3 fetuses: Ideas that were never given a chance for completion • 3 shoe boxes: Feeling all ideas about future support are closed off • 300 pounds: Creating twinning program... numbers, symbols, miscellaneous dream meaning
Acid: This suggests a corrosive, negative influence in your life.
Adder: There may be a situation in which another person cannot be trusted.
Atom bomb: Fear that someone else might destroy your happiness.
Avalanche: A destructive force in your life.
Bad: If you feel bad in your dream, this suggests that something is off balance in your waking life and that your environment is not positive for you.
Barbed wire: Hurtful remarks are preventing you moving forward.
Bed wetting: Anxieties over lack of control in your life.
Behind: To be behind someone in your dream suggests that you feel inferior to them.
Bite: Being bitten or biting someone is a symbol of aggression or hostility.
Boar: Lust and gluttony.
Brutality: The darker, more animalistic side of your nature.
Burglar: Violation of personal space.
Choke: Inability to express yourself.
Crooked line: Insincerity.
Devil: Personification of the evil side of yourself.
Dirty: Not at ease with your body, or lack of trust in someone or something.
Drowning: Feeling overwhelmed.
Earthquake: Emotional upheaval.
Empty and failure: Lack of energy and enthusiasm.
Falling: Lack of confidence.
Gall: Feelings of bitterness.
Hole: A difficult or tricky situation; can also suggest emptiness.
Ice: Frozen emotions.
Immobility: Feeling stuck.
Leak: Losing energy.
Leper: Feeling inferior or unworthy.
Maggots: Impurities that can eat away at you; fears of death and illness.
Mantis: Something devious within your life.
Marsh: Feeling held back or bogged down.
Mist: Emotional confusion.
Noose: Fear of being trapped.
Obscenity: lower aspects of the self.
Parasites: Someone is attempting to live off your energy.
Poverty: Feelin g deprived of the ability to satisfy your basic needs.
Pus: Something which is festering and has gone bad in your life.
Sadism: Desire to cause harm to yourself or others.
Scar: Old hurts that have not been dealt with.
Sick: Bad feelings you need to get rid of.
Tar: Emotions have become contaminated.
Torture: Trying to come to terms with a great hurt.
Traitor: An aspect of yourself that is letting you down.
Trespassing: Intruding on someone else’s personal space; lack of healthy boundaries.
Unemployment: Not making the best use of your talents.
Vampire: Fear of the unknown and negative energy. War: Conflict.
Winter: Time in your life which is unfruitful. Wound: Hurt feelings or emotions.
X: An error or something of which you need to take notice.
Yawn: Boredom, but also a warning against aggression or abuse.... negative symbols in dreams dream meaning
3. Turned away from God;
4. Not ready/preparation needed;
6. Need for introspection;
7. Not knowing where you are going. (Genesis 22:13).
• Backyard (Garden)
1. That which is private;
2. Concerning you or your own family;
3. Past issues;
4. Hidden; Philippians3:13.... back yard/back door dream meaning
2. Looking at the past. Philippians 3:13.... looking back dream meaning
2. Impartation. Isa. 9:4; Isa. 10:37.... back massage dream meaning
For example, clothing that is tattered or torn may signify that you feel emotionally shredded by an experience. You may also be expressing a "poor me" attitude.
For the hero, the horse cames him to his mission, perhaps over long distances, and thus it may signify the need to travel. A wild horse can represent unleashed and untamed power. Horses may also trot into your dream to indicate the need to stand your ground in a power struggle.
The quality of water often describes the situation of your emotions. Crystal clear, clean, adulterated, calm mostly provides strong insights about the state of your feelings.
3. Holy of holies;
4. Receiving forgiveness from sin;
5. Throne of God;
Heb. 9:5-1;2;Rev. 13:2; Ex. 25:22; 29; Job 23:3;2.... mercy seat dream meaning
For example, if you are undecided about whether to commit to a person, dreams in which bells feature or you hear bells chiming appear to be hinting at marriage or a deeper emotional commitment. You may, for instance, have a dream in which the door bell rings and your prospective husband, wife or partner is at the door. Bear in mind, however, that dreams are not always so literal; dreams of love are more difficult to understand than overtly sexual dreams, since almost any symbol can be associated with this area of your life.
Pay attention to your feelings in the dream as they can help you see your potential partners and your feelings for what they really are. So if you have a feeling of dread when the door bell rings, this probably is not a good sign.
Bear in mind, too, that dreams that contain symbols closely related to home life, such as a beloved family object or a much-used room, are more likely to relate to a family member and your feelings towards them than to a potential lover. It may also be helpful to see how the feelings of love are being represented in your dream.
If the emotional bond and closeness is more important than the sexual, this may be related to baby love.
If great sexual drive and the fulfillment of your own needs is the theme along with a desire to explore and experiment, this suggests adolescent love. Adult love is represented by a dream sense of recognizing the needs of the partner and putting them before your own without losing your sense of direction or independence.... symbols of love dream meaning
In dreams, hotels, inns or guesthouses are symbols of the short-lived nature of some relationships, although hotels can also suggest that your relationship may be heading towards a new level of intimacy. Pay particular attention to the view from your hotel room. Is it beautiful and bright, or dark and gloomy? A harmonious serene landscape bathed in gentle light is always a comforting image and may suggest nostalgia for a lost friend or lover.
Fire gives both heat and light, and is the symbol of strong emotions such as love and anger and self knowledge. In dreams, the appearance of flames or fire may therefore be suggesting some kind of resolution or compromise with your partner. Bear in mind, though, that flames flicker and can be extinguished, so you need to act quickly before they go out.... relationship symbols dream meaning
If a chalice does appear in your dream, pay attention to its appearance, as it is also a symbol of your destiny and reflects how you see yourself. Is the chalice encrusted with gold and jewels, or is it simply a humble cup?
If your dream contained a message delivered from a pulpit or altar, this suggests that the dream comes from the highest authority or the highest part of your inner wisdom. Dreams that feature other well- known symbols of faith, such as the cross or a crucifix, serve as reminders of your faith if you are religious.
If you are not religious, they may be an indication of the need for some kind of faith or spirituality in your life.
If crucifixion figures in your dream, this may be a reflection of some area of your life in which you feel you are being crucified or making a huge sacrifice. It may also represent your need to sacrifice yourself through passion and pain. To dream of the Resurrection is a good sign, as it is a powerful symbol of hope and renewal.
An eagle soaring to the heavens is a common dream symbol of religious aspiration; if the eagle is falling to earth this may be a warning against mortal pride. Incense is a form of prayer through perfume and smoke, and if you are aware of its presence in your dream, it suggests a need to raise your consciousness or improve yourself or your environment in some way. To dream of a third eye— whether it is on your own or someone else’s forehead, is a sign of the developed awareness and intuition that comes from spiritual development; it may represent the third eye of the Buddha and suggests unity and balance.
If you dream of the Tree of Life, symbol of the divine union of heaven and earth in the Kabala, it suggests that you have developed the ability to live life successfully on both a spiritual and a material level. Dreams of fish may be related to Christianity or may symbolize the depths of the unconscious.... symbols of faith dream meaning
2. Ruler ship; speaks of rest;
3. Holy of Holies;
4. Satanic powers;
5. God`s mercy seat; Rev. 13:2; Job 23:3; 2 Chron. 9:18; 19:8; Matt. 17:19.... seat/sitting dream meaning
interplaying: the interdimensional communicant who contains al .
life, of: the kinetic picture of the changing seasons.
time, of: the roundabout route; the process that is your life. ... cycles dream meaning
Purses, according to Freud, are symbols of female genitalia or the womb; when the purse opens, this suggests sexual availability and when it is snapped shut, this suggests withholding.... female sexual symbols dream meaning
A cigar or cigarette can symbolize a penis; even Freud admitted that his passion for cigar smoking was a substitute for masturbation, although he did once joke that a cigar is sometimes just a cigar. Cars can represent the penis—especially if the car has a powerful, thrusting motor. A weathercock in a woman’s dream is thought to be an especially powerful sexual symbol.
Darts, fingers, snakes, guns, hammers, screwdrivers, horns, icicles, javelins, spheres, engines, lorries and poles are all phallic symbols, as are spires and towers standing tall.
Quills and pens are obvious Freudian symbols, especially if they are dipped in ink. Jungians suggest that the quill can represent the archetype of the animus, the male aspect of the female psyche. Cell phones can be interpreted as phallic dream symbols as they often take the place of a loved one and can evoke sexual yearning or stand for the act of masturbation. The image may also represent frustrating attempts at sexual intimacy.
Drinking from a cup, glass or horn can represent oral sex with a woman. Socks or other items of clothing which fit the body part snugly are often interpreted as symbols of female genitalia; such items may stand for the act of intercourse if they are being put on or off. Gloves and shoes are other common images of this type. Shoes can also suggest authority and sexual domination.... male sexual symbols dream meaning
Horses, especially stallions, may be a symbol of sexuality and mounting a horse represents intercourse. Spectacular explosions are associated with orgasm. In the form of fireworks this suggests exhilaration but destructive explosions can express the desire to dominate. Water gushing from a tap, champagne spraying white foam or cascading waterfalls are also orgasmic symbols.
Dream analysts have noticed an association in women’s dreams between dreams of a plane crash and rape or fear of it. Freudians would interpret a man’s dream of a plane crash as fear of impotence. Churches with a steeple and an arched portal combine male and female symbolism and such an image may express conflict between sexual expression and moral responsibility.
Dreams in which you become invisible may simply indicate that you feel unnoticed by those around you, but they may also suggest an element of sexual voyeurism.
Disturbing Sexual Dreams... other symbols of intercourse and sex dream meaning
Being an observer in a group process rather than a full participant or decision maker.
Following others or “just along for the ride.” Secondary or inferior, or feeling that way.
Consider the context and the intention of the person in the back seat.
If they’re trying to direct the driver, they could represent a desire for more control in a particular situation.
If happily riding, they could represent someone who was present but not a primary player in the real-life events represented in the dream.
See also: Vehicle; Seat; Riding... back seat dream meaning
Dream symbols are highly personal and can vary widely from person to person. They're often influenced by individual experiences, emotions, and beliefs. Despite this, there are many symbols commonly reported in people's dreams. These symbols can be grouped into categories based on their themes and meanings. Here are some of the most common categories and examples of symbols that fall within them:
Water is a common symbol that can represent emotions, the unconscious mind, or the flow of life.
Animals can represent instincts, primal urges, or specific traits associated with the animal in question (such as a snake representing deceit).
Trees can symbolize growth, stability, or the interconnectedness of life.
Other symbols in this category may include mountains, flowers, or the sun and moon.
Falling can represent feelings of loss of control, insecurity, or anxiety.
Flying can represent a sense of freedom, liberation, or the ability to rise above problems.
Driving or being in a vehicle can represent the direction and speed of your life's journey.
Other symbols related to movement may include bridges, stairs, or elevators.
Teeth can represent power, self-image, or fears of losing something important.
Hair can represent your vitality, identity, or sexuality.
Clothing can symbolize your public persona or how you present yourself to others.
Other symbols related to the body may include mirrors, wounds, or illness.
Being chased can represent feelings of anxiety, stress, or the need to confront and overcome obstacles.
Meeting someone new can represent a new opportunity or aspect of yourself.
Being in a crowd can symbolize the pressure to conform or the need for social acceptance.
Other symbols related to relationships may include family members, friends, or romantic partners.
Rebirth or resurrection can symbolize renewal or the opportunity to start over.
Other symbols related to death and rebirth may include funerals, births, or ghosts.
It's important to remember that the interpretation of dream symbols is highly subjective and can depend on many factors, including your personal experiences, cultural background, and emotional state. If you're interested in exploring the symbolism in your own dreams, you may want to keep a dream journal and reflect on the possible meanings of the symbols you encounter. Additionally, you can consult resources such as books, websites, or dream analysis experts to gain further insight into the world of dream symbolism. By learning about dream symbols and their meanings, you can better understand your own dreams and use them as a tool for personal growth and self-discovery.... what are the most common symbols in dreams? dream meaning