The meaning of Aboriginal in dream | Dream interpretation

The primitive or basic instinctive nature, unconscious or intuitional side of self.

A part of self that is foreign to you, not known or understood, that is coming into awareness.

The Dream Books Symbols | Betty Bethards

1- In dreams, the aboriginal represents that which is basically different to ourselves perhaps elements of the unsophisticated. By being more in touch with the natural we are able to make use of different types of energy. There is within everybody a basic sense of clarity which has become covered over by- experience and we often need to access this simplicity in order to cope with difficulty.

2- Psychologically, we need to use a knowledge of basic life forces which is possibly not consciously- available to us. By allowing ourselves to be in touch with natural forccs we can make use of them rather than fighting them.

3- Attention is drawn to the rhythm of the life processes within.

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary | Pamela Ball

The pan of self which still has contact with the natural life processes within, and feels unified with, the rest of nature and the cosmos. See African; black person; natives.

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences | Tony Crisp

Aboriginal | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Aboriginal


Example: I was on board a pleasure cruiser with my wife. As I stood on a high deck I looked down and saw her sitting below with very tight knickers on and nothing else. As a man walked towards her the knickers came off or slipped down.

The man was sexually aroused and started attempting to penetrate her. She only put up a token resistance, mewing a bit, but not fighting him off. I rushed towards them and kicked him off’ (Andrew P). In this dream Andrew’s fear of his wife’s desire for another man is being expressed, but the dream really depicts Andrew’s feelings of sexual inadequacy. Adultery dreams may also express release of sexual feelings; desire for another partner, desire for one’s partner to have sex with someone else. See sex in dreams; last example in dark.

African This may refer to one’s own feelings about col­oured people or racial prejudices; Africa may have been the birthplace for the human race. In dreams we still use primi­tive Africans or Australian aborigines to represent our own natural inner life. See aboriginal; black people; native. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences


A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences


See evil; aboriginal. See also active/passive. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences


A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences


Example: ‘At the top of the stairs is a small door, half opened as if inviting me to go up. I get an overpowering sense of something evil beyond the door just waiting for me’ (Charles M). Usually refers to some of our own urges which we have judged as wrong because of moral values, and thus denied expression. Charles probably feels that what he identi­fies with as himself—his established values and beliefs—is threatened by what he senses beyond the door. Whatever threatens our T or ego is often felt to be evil, even if it is natural urges.

The unbalanced and real evils in the world, such as terrorising of individuals and minority groups, can of course be shown as the feeling of evil.

Example: %I am lying on the floor in my bedroom with a towel over me. I am trying to hide and protect myself because I am terrified. There are four devils trying to get into my body and take over. My bedroom is going like a whirlpool around me, like evil all around me. I wake in a hot sweat and am terrified to go back to sleep’ (Joanna). Joanna is most likely in conflict with her sexuality—the bedroom. When we fight with our own urges they often feel like external agencies—evil forces—attacking us. Sometimes refers to repressed emotional pain. See aboriginal; devil under archetypes. See also active/ passive. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences


A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences


Dreams of a Native American represent spirituality, connection to Great Spirit, a reverence for animals, the Earth and the Earth’s elements. Dreams of East Indians also represent spirituality, connection to Buddha and Krishna, the Dali Lama. See Aboriginal.... Strangest Dream Explanations


Strangest Dream Explanations


Dreams are the soul’s journey to another world, where we can enlist the help of spirits and animals.

The aboriginal can represent intuitive wisdom, because they experience their dreamtime as the past, present and future co-existing – known as ‘all-at-one’ time.... Dream Meanings of Versatile


Dream Meanings of Versatile


We would be unwise to ignore this aspect of ourselves and shouldn’t dismiss such an image when it appears. We must acknowledge this dream figure as a reflection of ourselves in order to deal with a learnt sense of inferiority.

If we do not, we will be continually faced in life by our own sense of inferiority.

It is a lot easier to confront our own inadequacies in the dream state where we are safe. Often this is the first opportunity we have to meet the shadow. Indigenous peoples such as aboriginal, maori, native american: see individual entry.... Dream Meanings of Versatile


Dream Meanings of Versatile


(1) From prehistoric times the moon has been regarded as the source of all fertility. It governs ocean tides and rainfall, menstruation and birth. (Even when seen as male, the moon has been associated with fertility: for example, in Australian aboriginal tradition, the moon makes women pregnant.) It may therefore symbolize (the possibility of) personal growth.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols


A Dictionary of Dream Symbols


All birds are to be considered as messengers of some kind.

The eagle, however, is perhaps the most majestic of these air creatures and their medicine is very powerful.

It is one of the largest birds and its size and power have led many aboriginal cultures to consider it an earthly incarnation of a godlike presence.

The eagle as a symbol embodies strength, courage, and the ability to soar above any difficulty.

The vantage point of such heights is a part of what the eagle brings when it appears in a dream.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams


Complete Dictionary of Dreams


Whenever an animal is present in a dream, it is pointing to a more instinctual approach to life. You may be obsessed with a pervasive thought pattern that won’t let your mind rest.

The proverbial “monkey on your back” or the agitation of the “monkey mind” may be what this dream is calling forth.

A monkey may also be indicative of the ability to mimic behavior by rote, but without a heartfelt understanding of the deeper meaning associated with the choices you are making. From an aboriginal perspective, the medicine available through the totem of the monkey relates to curiosity and playful energy.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams


Complete Dictionary of Dreams


There is a rich history in many aboriginal cultures that is still part of the collective consciousness around the purity of the color white in the realm of animal totems. Most commonly associated with the buffalo, the wolf, and large cats, the elevation of an animal’s power is what is being expressed when that animal appears as white. In the color spectrum, white is perceived when all the vibrations of light are combined, so the symbolic meaning of white relates to complete integration and wholeness.

It is a holy color (pun intended). Any animal that appears in your dream as white is a very sacred visitation indeed.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams


Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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