annoyance

The meaning of Annoyance in dream | Dream interpretation


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Annoyance | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Annoyance


ANNOY

This dream denotes that you have enemies who are at work against you. Annoyances experienced in dreams are apt to find speedy fulfilment in the trifling incidents of the following day. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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ANTS

The dreamer of ants should expect many petty annoyances during the day; chasing little worries, and finding general dissatisfaction in all things. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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ASS

To see an ass in a dream, you will meet many annoyances, and delays will accrue in receiving news or goods.

To see donkeys carrying burdens, denotes that, after patience and toil, you will succeed in your undertakings, whether of travel or love.

If an ass pursues you, and you are afraid of it, you will be the victim of scandal or other displeasing reports.

If you unwillingly ride on one, or, as jockey, unnecessary quarrels may follow. See Donkey.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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CANDY

To dream of making candy, denotes profit accruing from industry.

To dream of eating crisp, new candy, implies social pleasures and much love-making among the young and old. Sour candy is a sign of illness or that disgusting annoyances will grow out of confidences too long kept.

To receive a box of bonbons, signifies to a young person that he or she will be the recipient of much adulation. It generally means prosperity.

If you send a box you will make a proposition, but will meet with disappointment. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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DRESSING

To think you are having trouble in dressing, while dreaming, means some evil persons will worry and detain you from places of amusement.

If you can’t get dressed in time for a train, you will have many annoyances through the carelessness of others. You should depend on your own efforts as far as possible, after these dreams, if you would secure contentment and full success. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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FEATHER

To dream of seeing feathers falling around you, denotes that your burdens in life will be light and easily borne.

To see eagle feathers, denotes that your aspirations will be realized.

To see chicken feathers, denotes small annoyances.

To dream of buying or selling geese or duck feathers, denotes thrift and fortune.

To dream of black feathers, denotes disappointments and unhappy amours.

For a woman to dream of seeing ostrich and other ornamental feathers, denotes that she will advance in society, but her ways of gaining favor will not bear imitating. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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JANITOR

To dream of a janitor, denotes bad management and disobedient children. Unworthy servants will annoy you.

To look for a janitor and fail to find him, petty annoyances will disturb your otherwise placid existence.

If you find him, you will have pleasant associations with strangers, and your affairs will have no hindrances. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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LANCE

To dream of a lance, denotes formidable enemies and injurious experiments.

To be wounded by a lance, error of judgment will cause you annoyance.

To break a lance, denotes seeming impossibilities will be overcome and your desires will be fulfilled.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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MOTHER-IN-LAW

To dream of your mother-in-law, denotes there will be pleasant reconciliations for you after some serious disagreement.

For a woman to dispute with her mother-in-law, she will find that quarrelsome and unfeeling people will give her annoyance. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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PIMPLE

To dream of your flesh being full of pimples, denotes worry over trifles.

To see others with pimples on them, signifies that you will be troubled with illness and complaints from others.

For a woman to dream that her beauty is marred by pimples, her conduct in home or social circles will be criticised by friends and acquaintances. You may have small annoyances to follow this dream.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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SPADE

To dream of a kind of shovel called spade, denotes that you will have work to complete, which will give you much annoyance in superintending.

If you dream of cards named spades, you will be enticed into follies which will bring you grief and misfortune.

For a gambler to dream that spades are trumps, means that unfortunate deals will deplete his winnings.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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STEP-SISTER

To dream of a step-sister, denotes you will have unavoidable care and annoyance upon you.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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TAIL

To dream of seeing only the tail of a beast, unusual annoyance is indicated where pleasures seemed assured.

To cut off the tail of an animal, denotes that you will suffer misfortune by your own carelessness.

To dream that you have the tail of a beast grown on you, denotes that your evil ways will cause you untold distress, and strange events will cause you perplexity. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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TRADE

To dream of trading, denotes fair success in your enterprise.

If you fail, trouble and annoyances will overtake you.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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UMBRELLA

To dream of carrying an umbrella, denotes that trouble and annoyances will beset you.

To see others carrying them, foretells that you will be appealed to for aid by charity.

To borrow one, you will have a misunderstanding, perhaps, with a warm friend.

To lend one, portends injury from false friends.

To lose one, denotes trouble with some one who holds your confidence.

To see one torn to pieces, or broken, foretells that you will be misrepresented and maligned.

To carry a leaky one, denotes that pain and displeasure will be felt by you towards your sweetheart or companions.

To carry a new umbrella over you in a clear shower, or sunshine, omens exquisite pleasure and prosperity.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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BEAK

1. An annoyance; a pest or domineering individual.

2. May denote feelings of intrusion (as in to “stick your beak in”). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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BEDBUG

1. Difficulty resting, unease.

2. Period of extreme irritation, annoyance, often due to a relationship.

3. A feeling of violation, invasion, possibly from bad news. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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BOILS

1. Repressed anger.

2. Extreme annoyance, possibly heated quarrels.

3. A need to release negative or “toxic” feelings. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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BRIARS

1. A situation is more difficult than originally thought (to be stuck or caught in briars).

2. Someone may have barely hidden hostility toward the dreamer.

3. A period of difficulties, annoyances. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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BUGS

1. Problems, worries.

2. Inconveniences, annoyances.

3. Con­suming interest in a person or activity (as in “bitten by the bug”).

4. Wealth beyond expectations (infestations). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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DAMNED

1. Feelings of being trapped, often self-imposed.

2. Feel­ings of persecution.

3. Extreme annoyance or irritation. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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HAIRY

1. The animal or “beastly” side of self.

2. Annoyances or diffi­culties that just do not seem to go away.

3. A particularly fright­ening event or situation (as in a “hairy situation” or a “close shave”).

4. Intrigue and manipulation. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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HEADACHE

1. A need or desire to improve, nourish, liberate the intel­lect.

2. Small annoyances have gotten out of hand.

3. Possible ill­ness.

4. Difficulties of identity, ability to accept self. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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LICE

1. Abundance and good fortune.

2. A lot of small annoyances become a large problem.

3. Possible cleanliness or hygiene is­sues.

4. Unhappiness or displeasure, especially in relationships. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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LOUD

1. A strong sense that a message is being missed or ignored (loud noises or knocking).

2. Inability to focus, concentrate.

3. A measure of annoyance or distraction, often in a relationship. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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MOSQUITO

1. An annoyance.

2. Indication that one needs to take precautions. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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NEEDLE

1. Something needs to be mended or repaired.

2. Need to penetrate a difficulty.

3. Annoyance from a relationship (“needling”). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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NETTLES

1. Happiness and prosperity (to be stung by nettles).

2. A sit­uation or relationship of extreme annoyance and irritation. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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NIT

1. Playing host to small annoyances.

2. Incubating small prob­lems, feeling overwhelmed by useless details.

3. A need or desire to focus on the grand scheme of things (as in “nitpicking”). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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PARTING

1. Unease and discomfort, as if things are falling apart.

2. Annoyances get to be a little too much.

3. Reverse: success and joy (to part with a spouse). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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PARTRIDGE

1. Many little annoyances begin to pile up.

2. Capabilities, competency.

3. A good omen for business matters. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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PATENT

1. Meticulous and thorough work or projects.

2. A time for speculative or risky enterprises.

3. Little annoyances, usually caused by individuals, are accumulating. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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PEAS

1. Avoidable little annoyances seem to go on forever; use cau­tion against undermining one’s own activities.

2. Health, espe­cially against communicable diseases. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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RASH

1. An irritation or annoyance, frequently associated with in­fantile behavior.

2. Emotional difficulties—usually associated with repression, often caused by unexpressed anger.

3. Use cau­tion regarding hasty decisions (as in “to act rashly”). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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RESURRECTION

1. Little annoyances mount up and cause general anger.

2. A need or desire for a spiritual journey or “pilgrim­age.” 3. Goals are achieved, dreams realized. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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RINGWORM

1. Possible health or hygiene issues.

2. An annoyance has turned into a profound irritation or “gotten under the skin,” possibly from a friend with hostility. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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SCRATCH(ING)

1. A minor annoyance or irritation.

2. A need to start a project, goal or relationship over again, i.E., “From scratch.” ... New American Dream Dictionary

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TOOTHPICKS

1. A negative omen; use caution to avoid careless ac­tions.

2. A need or desire to look at the larger picture.

3. Small anxieties and annoyances are mounting up. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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TUMOR

1. Repressed emotions emerging.

2. Once small annoyances are becoming an issue.

3. Possible illness.

4. Forgotten event or wound needs to be addressed. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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TURNIPS

1. Prosperity and good fortune are in the offing, especially in financial matters.

2. Little annoyances mount up and cause anger.

3. Possible health issues. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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VEXED

1. A large number of small annoyances that need to be addressed—usually anxieties, often over money, sometimes domestic affairs.

2. Little quarrels will not soon be settled. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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ASTHMA

Experiencing breathing difficulties in a dream means boredom, annoyance, weariness or disgust.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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BREATHING DIFFICULTY

(Asthma) Experiencing breathing difficulties in a dream means boredom, annoyance, weariness or disgust.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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ANTS

Petty annoyances and greed. Hard work ahead in repatterning. Activity, productivity, health. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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DEFECATION 

Dreams which include excretory functions usually represent cleansing and emotional release. Look at all of the details of the dream in order to obtain meaning. Ask yourself which emotions you may be releasing: anxiety, anger, mockery, annoyance, etc. Some very old folklore interpretations suggest that dreaming of feces is a good omen which suggests a financial gain. See also: Feces ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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FLIES

These insects are annoying and they take away from the enjoyment of any moment or situation. Consider the details of your dream and try to figure out if these flies represent anything in your daily life. They could symbolize people and things that get in your way or they could mean that you are currently experiencing annoyance and frustration. Consider whether you are successfully getting rid of the flies in your dream or if they are overwhelming. This may give you a clue as to how well you are coping with distraction and frustration.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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LIZARD

Transcendence cleans environment of annoyances (bugs), magical native. Lock-Security, inhibitor to enter. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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FLEAS

A dream of annoyance and discomfort (Gypsy). Probably the result of physical stimuli.... The Fabric of Dream

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HAIR

To dream that you have white hair denotes high honor; black and short, misfortune; disheveled hair, annoyances, sorrows, etc.; falling out, loss of friends; hair in a tangle, lawsuits; long hair like a woman, effeminancy, weakness; longer and blacker than usual, increase of riches; thinner than usual, affliction, poverty; seeing it grow white, loss of fortune; a bald-headed woman, famine; a bald-headed man, abundance, riches, health (Gypsy). ... The Fabric of Dream

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OUT OF BODY EXPERIENCE

Example: ‘At about two or three in the morning my wife Brenda and I were suddenly awoken from sleep by a noise. As we lifted our heads to listen we identified it as the handle on our children’s bedroom door being turned.

The house only had two bedrooms, and the children’s room was directly opposite ours. Both of us had had the same thought—”Oh no, it’s the children again.” Much to our annoyance they had been waking in the middle of the night claiming it was morning and time to play. We had tried to suppress it, but here it was again.

As these thoughts went through our minds we heard the sound of feet clomping down the stairs. This was strange as the children usually stayed in their room. Brenda got up, de­termined to get whoever it was back into bed. I heard her switch the light on, go down the stairs, switch the sitting room light on, and I followed her via the sounds of her movement as she looked in the kitchen and even toilet—we didn’t have a bathroom. Then up she came again and opened the children’s door—strange because we had assumed it had been opened. When she came back into our room she looked puzzled and a little scared. “They’re all asleep and in bed ‘ she said. ‘We talked over the mystery for some time, trying to under­stand just how we had heard the door handle rattle then foot­steps going down the stairs, yet the door wasn’t open. Also, the door handles on our doors were too high for the children to reach without standing on a chair. There was a stool in the children’s bedroom they used for that, yet it wasn’t even near the door when Brenda opened it.

Having no answer to the puzzle we stopped talking and settled to wait for sleep again. Suddenly a noise came from the children’s bedroom. It sounded like the stool being dragged and then the door handle turning again but the door not opening. “You go this time” Brenda said, obviously disturbed.

‘I opened our door quickly just in time to see the opposite door handle turn again. Still the door didn’t open. I reached across, turned the handle and slowly opened the door. It stopped as something was blocking it. Just then my daughter Helen’s small face peered around the door—high because she was standing on the stool. Puzzled by what had happened, I was careful what I said to her. “What do you want love?” I asked.

‘Unperturbed she replied, “I want to go to the toilet.” The toilet was downstairs, through the sitting room, and through the kitchen.

‘Now I had a clue so asked, “Did you go downstairs be­fore?”

“Yes,” she said, “but Mummy sent me back to bed.” * (Tony C).

This is an unusual example of an out of body experience (OBE). Mostly they are described from the point of view of the person projecting, and are therefore difficult to corroborate. Here, three people experience the OBE in their own way. From Tony and Brenda’s point of view what happened caused sensory stimuli, but only auditory. Helen’s statement says that she was sure she had physically walked down the stairs and been sent back to bed by her mother. Tony and Brenda felt there was a direct connection between what they were think­ing and feeling—get the children back to bed—and what Helen experienced as an objective reality.

OBEs have been reported in thousands in every culture and in every period of history.

A more general experience of OBE than the above might include a feeling of rushing along a tunnel or release from a tight place prior to the awareness of independence from the body. In this first stage some people experience a sense of physical paralysis which may be fright­ening (see paralysis). Their awareness then seems to become an observing point outside the body, as well as the sense of paralysis. Then there is usually an intense awareness of one­self and surroundings, unlike dreaming or even lucidity. Some projectors feel they are even more vitally aware and rational than during the waking state. Looking back on one’s body may occur here. Once the awareness is independent of the body, the boundaries of time and space as they are known in the body do not exist. One can easily pass through walls, fly, travel to or immediately be in a far distant place, witnessing what may be, or appears to be, physically real there.

Sir Auckland Geddes, an eminent British anatomist, de­scribes his own OBE, which contains many of these features. Example: Becoming suddenly and violently ill with gas­troenteritis he quickly became unable to move or phone for help. As this was occurring he noticed he had an A and a B consciousness.

The A was his normal awareness, and the B was external to his body, watching. From the B self he could see not only his body, but also the house, garden and sur­rounds. He need only think of a friend or place and immedi­ately he was there and was later able to find confirmation for his observations. In looking at his body, he noticed that the brain was only an end organ, like a condensing plate, upon which memory and awareness played.

The mind, he said, was not in the brain, the brain was in the mind, like a radio in the play of signals. He then observed his daughter come in and discover his condition, saw her telephone a doctor friend, and saw him also at the same time.

Many cases of OBE occur near death, where a person has died* of a hean attack for instance, and is later revived. Be­cause of this there are attempts to consider the possibility of survival of death through study of these cases. In fact many people experiencing an OBE have a very different view of death than prior to their experience.

Early attempts to explain OBEs suggested a subtle or astral body, which is a double of our physical and mental self, but able to pass through walls. It was said to be connected to the physical body during an OBE by a silver cord—a son of life­line which kept the physical body alive. This is like the con­cept that the people we dream about are not creations of our own psyche, but real in their own right. Whatever one may believe an OBE to be, it can be observed that many people in this condition have no silver cord, and have no body at all, but are simply a bodiless observer, or are an animal, a geo­metric shape, a colour or sound (see identity and dreams).

The person’s own unconscious concepts of self seem to be the factor which shapes the form of the OBE. If, therefore, one feels sure one must travel to a distant point, then in the OBE one travels.

If one believes one is immediately there by the power of thought, one is there.

If one cannot conceive of existing without a body, then one has a body, and so on.

This approach explains many aspects of the OBE, but there is still not a clear concept of what the relationship with the physical world is.

The many cases of OBE which occur during a near-death experience also suggest it may be connected with a survival response to death; not necessarily as a way of trying to transcend death, but perhaps as a primeval form of warning relatives of death.

If there is survival of death, then the OBE may be an anticipatory form, or a preparatory condition lead­ing to the new form. See hallucinations, hallucinogens. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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