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Arch in dream meaning | Dream interpretation


Since the arch can suggest the yoni, the feminine receptive principle, this image usually suggests that we are experiencing a form of spiritual initiation. We are being born again, given a fresh start.

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Psychological / emotional perspective: The arch marks a turning point; if we pass through we have passed a test.

If we do not then our circumstances must remain the same. We may be being protected by authority.

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Material aspects: When we dream of arches or doorways we are often moving into a different environment or way of life. We have to go through some form of initiation or acceptance ritual in order to succeed.

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Gives gender - specific: In a man’s dream, passing through an arch suggests that he is learning to use his intuitive side more successfully, whereas in a woman’s dream it is more likely to signify that she is becoming aware of her own heritage and mystery.

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On one hand, a well-known symbol for security, protection, and home, as in Family and Anchor. On the other hand, it often points to restriction and confinement, as in Cage, Prison. From mythology we know about the practice of leaving an infant in a basket. Here it indicates a special child who has been abandoned or disowned, and in spite of a hostile world is making its way successfully.

A very specific point is being made here: it is possible to survive and overcome early childhood suffering.

Little Giant Encyclopedia | Klaus Vollmar

To see an arch in your dream represents your support system of friends and family.

If you dreamed of passing under an arch, you are headed toward a different direction in life that will bring new opportunities.

My Dream Interpretation | myjellybean

It is not a good sign to dream of passing under an Arch, since it foretells interference in your love affairs. It is, in reality, a mild form of obstacle dream, that concerns your personal affairs, rather than financial.

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To dream of an arch suggests that you are connecting with or desiring connection with the feminine aspect of your being; craving safety, nurturing and support.

Strangest Dream Explanations | Dream Explanations - Anonymous

1- Wrhen we dream of arches or doorways, we are often moving into a different environment or way of life. We have to go through some form of initiation, or acceptance ritual in order to succeed.

2- We arc in the process of passing a test. We may be being protected bv authority.

We arc experiencing some form of spiritual initiation. We are being born again, given a fresh start.

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary | Pamela Ball

An arch in a dream, denotes your rise to distinction and the gaining of wealth by persistent effort.

To pass under one, foretells that many will seek you who formerly ignored your position.

For a young woman to see a fallen arch, denotes the destruction of her hopes, and she will be miserable in her new situation.

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation | Gustavus Hindman Miller

What condition is the arch in? The arch represents a doorway to fulfilling your highest desires and goals. 

The Bedside Dream Dictionary | Silvana Amar

To pass through a large stone arch means that your efforts to achieve distinction and wealth will be rewarded.

The Complete Dream Book | Gillian Holloway

It is not good luck to dream of passing under an arch. Your family will criticize your actions.

The Complete Dream Book | Gillian Holloway

Your efforts are in the right direction if the arch was whole and/or attractive, but if it appeared to be broken, or damaged in any way, a new line of endeavor is suggested.

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams | Stearn Robinson - Tom Corbett

Support, frame.

If spanning a window or passageway, suggests new opportunity or direction.

The Dream Books Symbols | Betty Bethards



Arch | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Arch


ANARCHIST

A warning as to financial caution, especially if you dream of seeing more than one.... Mystic Dream Book

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ANARCHIST

Use extreme caution in any business or financial deal following a dream concerning anarchy or anarchists.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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ANARCHY

Symbolic of rebellion, 1 Sam. 15:23 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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ANARCHY

Dreaming of anarchy is a warning to be very cautious in any business dealings. Being an anarchist could symbolize a loss of freedom for you in some way.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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ARCH / VAULT

interpreted upon 4 sides: courage, sultanate, good & something wanted.... Islamic Dream - Cafer-i Sadik

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ARCH OR ARCHWAY

1. Rite of passage.

2. Doorway to something significant. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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ARCHABALD

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ARCHAEOLOGIST

Look to the past to find answers to the present. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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ARCHAEOLOGIST

Symbolic of digging into a matter or hunting for hidden knowledge... Christian Dream Symbols

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ARCHAEOLOGY

If you dream of archaeology, this symbolizes digging up something from your past.

A current situation or person in your life may be bringing up old feelings for you. Or, it could be a hint to look to your past experience for clues to how to handle a current situation. Also see “Digging.”... My Dream Interpretation

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ARCHANGEL

Someone is available for helping one that one is not aware of. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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ARCHANGEL

To see an archangel in your dream is symbolic of a matter of great importance being taken care of by God, Dan. 10:21... Christian Dream Symbols

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ARCHANGEL

Dreams of an archangel symbolize spiritual power, tough love and your connection to the spiritual warrior within you. See Angel.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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ARCHANGEL

See angel and spiritual imagery in the introduction... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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ARCHANGEL GABRIEL

(Upon him be peace.) Seeinghim in a dream and feeling happy for his meeting brings glad tidings.

If the archangel Gabriel in one’s dream speaks to him, advises him, or admonishes him in the dream, it means receiving a great honor, strength, victory in one’s life and glad tidings.

If the person is oppressed, it means that he will triumph at the end. Ifhe is sick, it means that he will recover from his illness. Ifhe is in a state of depression or fear, it means that he will overcome it and he shall sail into success. Ifhe had not yet performed his pilgrimage to Mecca, it means that he will fulfill it. Seeing the archangel Gabriel in a dream also means glad tidings of martyrdom, even if the person lives a long life.

If one receives some food or fruits from him in the dream, it means that he is one of the dwellers of paradise. However, if a disbeliever sees him in a dream, it means that he will face tribulations and punishments in his life. Ifhe considers the archangel Gabriel and the archangel Michael as equals in a dream, it means that he agrees with the people of Jewish faith.

To his own detriment, such a person might steer into an activity that is opposite to God’s instructions and consequently earns himself God’s wrath.

If the archangel Gabriel (uwbp) greets someone in his dream, it means that such a person will become a great man of knowledge and he will be recognized and distinguished in his own field.

The archangel Gabriel in a dream also represents the messenger of the king, the confidant, the carrier of glad tidings or the person who announces the birth of a son. Seeing him in a dream also indicates increase in one’s devotion, learning and acquiring in-depth knowledge of mystical realities. Seeing him (uwbp) in a dream also signifies the smooth rising of the soul after death for someone who is dying.

The archangel Gabriel in a dream also represents a movement, struggle, triumph and understanding the meanings of religious knowledge or learning the secrets of astrology.

If one sees the archangel Gabriel distressed in a dream, it means that a calamity will befall the person seeing the dream.

If one becomes Gabriel in a dream, it means that he will become generous, magnanimous and blessed in his actions and performances.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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ARCHANGEL GABRIEL

The angelic messenger who announced the birth of Christ, Archangel Gabriel heralds good news.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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ARCHANGEL MICHAEL

As the angel of mercy, Archangel Michael offers the sword of truth to cut away connections with the dark side of life. As the heavenly steward whose role is to protect earth s sacred ground, he unifies heaven and earth. Michael’s appearance in a dream may signify valor, truth, and protection from the spiritual dimensions.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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ARCHBISHOP

To dream of seeing an archbishop, foretells you will have many obstacles to resist in your attempt to master fortune or rise to public honor.

To see one in the every day dress of a common citizen, denotes you will have aid and encouragement from those in prominent positions and will succeed in your enterprises.

For a young woman to dream that an archbishop is kindly directing her, foretells she will be fortunate in forming her friendships. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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ARCHBISHOP

Rules and formulas to be followed. Are the rules reasonable and accurate or is someone trying to control you? Could it be by your own belief in restrictions? Who is being holier than thou? Rules have their place as in the formula for water; H20 is the rule that is followed to create water. Nothing else will do.

If you are not trying to create water, you need not follow that rule or be held by it. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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ARCHBISHOP

To see one in dreams, a sign of coming death; undoubtedly the gypsy outlaws established this unwholesome symbolism for the mighty prelate.... The Fabric of Dream

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ARCHBISHOP

See Abbot.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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ARCHBISHOP

A young woman who dreams of this dignitary will make friends who will be of great use to her.... The Complete Dream Book

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ARCHBISHOP

To see an archbishop in your dream indicates that you will have to overcome many hurdles and hardships before you are able to attain prosperity and status.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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ARCHBISHOPS

If you dream of seeing an archbishop in his pontifical robes, your future life will probably be full of family troubles.... The Complete Dream Book

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ARCHED BRIDGE

(Bridge; Stone bridge; Viaduct) An arched bridge or a viaduct in a dream represents suspicious matters or mundane questions or worldly vs. ungodly concerns.

An arched bridge or a viaduct in a dream also could represents one’s wife, or it could mean dispelling of one’s worries or trouble. Driving over an arched bridge or through a viaduct in a dream means riding a vehicle’.

An arched bridge or a stone bridge in a dream also signifies richness, luxury, longevity, a sickness, renouncing one’s allegiance, or it could mean breaking a promise.

An arched bridge in a dream also could represent a middle man, a wise man, or a ruler, except if the bridge leads to a loathsome place, or to a dead end. Crossing an arched bridge that leads to the palace of a ruler in a dream means receiving money, or it could mean getting married to a noble person.

An unknown bridge in a dream represents the world and particularly ifit connects the city with the cemetery. It also could represent a ship, or the Bridge of the Day of Judgement, for it is the last hurdle before reaching paradise.

If one crosses an arched bridge in his dream, then it means that he will cross the abode of this world into the abode of the hereafter and particularly if one meets departed souls from the world or enters unknown places or sees uncommon structures, or if a bird carries him by air, or if a beast swallows him, or ifhe falls into a ditch or flies into the heavens in his dream, all of which also means recovering from an illness or undertaking a long journey, or it could mean returning home from a long journey.

If on the other side of the bridge one ends in a fertile farm, luscious fields, or meets with an old woman in his dream, it means money. benefits and prosperity.

If the other side of the bridge leads to a mosque in the dream, it means that one will achieve his goal, fulfill his intention or perform a pilgrimage to God’s House in Mecca.

If one becomes a bridge in a dream, it means that he will acquire extensive powers or becomes an inspiration to others, or that people will come to need his authority and help. Crossing a wooden bridge in a dream means meeting with a group of hypocrites.

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ARCHER

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ARCHER

Seeing an archer in a dream signifies longevity, bravery and victory over one’s enemy. In a dream, an archer also represents someone who is reared by a stepfather.

(Also see Arrows)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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ARCHER

To the single, a speedy engagement.

If already married, be true; danger is near you. ... Mystic Dream Book

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ARCHER

If you are single, you’ll soon find the right partner; if married, resist a temptation toward extracurricular activity; it could be more costly than you anticipate.

See also Arrow, Sports, and Bow*... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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ARCHER

Setting your course or direction. Causal energy. See Arrow and Bow.... The Dream Books Symbols

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ARCHER / ARCH OF A BRIDGE

Tension, overcoming contradictions.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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ARCHERY

See Arrow... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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ARCHERY

To dream of archery indicates that you are organizing the objective and course of your life. It suggests fulfillment of your ambitions.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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ARCHERY

Dreams of archery symbolize that you have single minded focus and are on track with your visions and goals. See Goddess Artemis.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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ARCHERY

To see archery in your dream suggests that you are setting your goals and planning your direction in life.... My Dream Interpretation

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ARCHETYPAL HEALING DREAMS

Jung thought that dreams tell us things about ourselves that we might not already know, giving us information that contrasts with our conscious understanding of our feelings, thoughts and desires. Jung also believed that dreams can help us find our true vocation and life purpose. Those who listen to this inner guidance often find new directions in life that set them on a course of great fulfillment and happiness. In other words, dreams can have a healing function.

Archetypal symbols in our dreams, Jung taught, are especially important as they carry potent healing energy, enabling us to change on inner levels that bypass pure intellect. The unconscious mind actually‘speaks’ in symbols—symbols are its language—so we accomplish change most powerfully when we communicate with the inner self using archetypal symbols instead of words. Let us say, for example, that you have an exceptionally clear and vivid dream about a robed, bearded figure—a typical image of the wise old man—and he is floating outside the windows of your home. Since the home often represents yourself, the dream might make you aware that you are seeing wisdom outside of yourself instead of within. But the presence of the archetypal symbol also tells us that our higher self seeks to intervene!

Or let’s say you dreamed of a valiant hero or heroine rescuing you from extreme danger. You may be hoping to be rescued by someone in your waking life. Your dreaming mind is urging you to accept assistance if it is given to you; it may also be urging you to find the hero or heroine, in other words courage, within yourself. Or you might have an archetypal dream of a mother bear. In the dream, this archetype of the great mother might be cuffing her young or refusing to feed them. Such a scene would give you important information about how you are nurturing others or yourself. Perhaps you neglected your basic needs. In some way, you are not ‘mothering yourself’ in a healthy and beneficial manner; your higher self seeks to call this to your attention.

On the other hand, in a time of loneliness in your life, you might dream of being held and comforted by a great mother figure—and wake up from the dream feeling energized and ready to go on. The great mother in your dream, in a very real way,‘kissed it and made it better’. In looking at these two views of the mother, you can see the opposite sides that Jung pointed out were an essential aspect of all archetypes. It is through integrating this duality that you can become whole and at peace.... The Element Encyclopedia

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ARCHETYPES

Although the word archetype has a long history, Carl Jung used it to express something he observed in human dreams. He said the archetypes are a tendency or instinctive trend in the human unconscious to represent certain motifs or themes. As our instinctive urge to reproduce may show itself in consciousness as sexual fantasies, so archetypes show themselves as cenain dream, fantasy, or story themes. Just as each individual animal does not create its own instincts, we do not create our own collective thought pattern.

The influ­ence these archetypes have upon our conscious self is varied. Panly they are supportive, as instincts are to an animal.

Some ancient cultures erected a pantheon of gods and god­desses. Many of these gods were expressions of archetypal themes, such as death, rebirth and womanhood.

A sheepdog has in itself, unconsciously, a propensity to herd animals un­der direction. Through the worship of gods, perhaps ancient people touched similar reservoirs of strength and healing. Without such, the individual might find it mcre difficult to face the fact that death waits at the end of their life, or to allow sexuality to emerge into their life at pube ty.

The dream of a girl suffering from anorexia shows her cutting off her own breasts with scissors. Here her developing sexual traits and urges are unacceptable to her. Perhaps she ‘cuts them off’ by not eating, thus preventing her body and psyche from matur­ing. In the past it would have been recommended that she give offerings to a goddess, thus aligning her with an uncon­scious power to adapt and mature.

Some of these archetypal patterns of behaviour, such as territorialism and group identity, are only too obviously be­hind much that occurs in war, and their influence needs to be brought more fully into awareness. But we must be careful in accepting Jung s descnption of the archetypes. In more recent years, through the tremendously amplified access to the un­conscious made possible in psychiatry through such drugs as LSD, a lot more information about unconscious imagery has been made available.

It is possible thai certain synthesising aspects of the mind produce images to represent huge areas of collected experience, i.e. the Mystic Mother or Madonna rep­resenting our collected experience of our mother.

Whatever may be the explanation of these archetypal themes, they are imponant because they illustrate how we as individuals, and as human beings collectively, have been able to develop^ur sense of conscious identity amidst enormous forces of unconsciousness, collectivity and external stresses. Below are some common archetypal symbols and their associ­ated images. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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ARCHETYPES

1- Archetypes are basic pictures that each of us hold deep within our subconscious. They are in a sense ‘psychic’ blueprints. These blueprints while potentially perfect can become distorted by- childhood experiences, socialisation and even parental experience.

C G Jung began studying archetypes and dividing function into thinking, feeling, sensation and intuition. Following various work by his pupils, it became possible to build up a type of ‘map’ of the interaction between all of these functions and to discover where one’s own distortions occur. Each function has a ‘positive’ and ‘negative’ quality which is perhaps better described as ‘greater’ and ‘lesser’. Each of the masculine and feminine sides of the personality has these four functions, thus there are 64 (8 x 8) interactions possible. Where a distortion has occurred, we tend to project onto those around us the archetype with which we have most difficulty (often the Shadow). Consequently there will be a tendency to repeat situations over and over (e.g. the woman who continually finds herself in close relationships with a father-figure type, or the man who continuallv finds himself at odds with women executives) until we learn how to cope with and understand our distortion.

The obverse of this is that, with awareness, one is able to accept other’s projections onto oneself without being affected bv them. Perfect balance would be achieved by using all aspects of the personality as shown below. Kindly Father and Mother are self explanatory. Ogre represents masculine anger used negatively and Destructive Mother may be wilfully destructive, or simply the smothering type that is the mother who prevents the adequate growth of her children. Youth and Princess are the more gentle, fun-loving aspects of the personality while Tramp is the eternal wanderer and Siren is the seductress or sexually active part of femininity. Hero is the self- sufficient Messianic part of the personality, while Amazon is the ‘self-sufficient’ female the efficient business woman type. Villain is the masculine part of the self who uses power for his own ends, while Competitor is die typical ‘women’s libber’ who feels that she has 110 need for men. Priest and Priestess are the powers of intuition used for the ‘greater good’, while Sorcerer uses inner power totally dispassionately and Witch uses that same power rather more emotionally and perhaps negatively.

2- More specifically the feminine archetypes arc:

Kindly Mother

This is the conventional picture of the caring mother figure, forgiving transgression and always understanding. Because much has been made of this side of femininity, until recently it was very easy to overdevelop this aspect at the expense of other sides of the personality. Destructive Mother This woman may be the ‘smothermother’ type or the frankly destructive, prohibitive mother. Often it is this aspect who either actively prevents or because of her effect on the dreamer causes difficulty in other relationships. Princess The fun-loving, innocent childlike aspect of femininity. She is totally spontaneous, but at the same time has a subjective approach to other people. Siren This type is the seductress, the sexually and sensually aware woman who still has a sense of her own importance. In dreams she often appears in historic, flowing garments as though to highlight the erotic image.

Amazon

The self-sufficient woman who feels she docs not need the male: often becomes the career woman. She enjoys the cut and thrust of intellectual sparring. Competitor - She is the woman who competes with all and sundry both men and women - in an effort to prove that she is able to control her own life. Priestess - This is the highly intuitive woman who has learnt to control the flow of information and use it for the common good. She is totally at home within the inner world.

Witch

The intuitive woman using her energy to attain her own perceived ends. She is subjective in her judgement and therefore loses her discernment.

The masculine archetypes are: Kindly Father This side of the masculine is the conventional kindly father figure who is capablc of looking after the child in us. but equally of being firm and fair. Ogre This represents the angry; overbearing, aggressive and frightening masculine figure. Often this image has arisen because of the original relationship the dreamer had with their father or father figure.

Youth

The fun-loving, curious aspect of the masculine is both sensitive and creative. This is the ‘Peter Pan’ figure who has never grown up.

Tramp

This is the real freedom lover, the wanderer, the gypsy. He owes no allegiance to anyone and is interested only in what lies around the next corner. Hero The hero is the man who has clcctcd to undertake his own journey of exploration. He is able to consider options and decide his next move. Often he appears as the Messianic figure in dreams. He will rescue the damsel in distress, but only as part of his growth proccss.

Villain

The villain is completely selfishly involved, not caring who he tramples on in his own search. He is often the aspect of masculinity women first meet in everyday relationships, so can remain in dream images as a threatening figure if she has not come to terms with his selfishness.

Priest

The intuitive man is the one who recognises and understands the power of his own intuition, but who usually uses it in the services of his god or gods. He may appear in dreams as the Shaman or Pagan priest.

Sorcerer

This is the man who uses discernment in a totallv dis- passionate way for neither good nor evil, but simply because he enjoys the use of power. In his more negative aspect he is the Trickster or Master of unexpected change.

3- Spiritually, when we have access to all the archetypes, we are ready to become integrated and whole.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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ARCHETYPES

A number of archetypes come up in dreams again and again.

Mother image: including grandmothers, stepmothers, mother-in-laws, midwives, wise women, goddesses, the Church, universities, towns, countries, heaven, earth, oceans, fields, gardens, springs, baptismal vessels, the womb, ovens, cooking pots, cows, rabbits. All these symbols stand for childhood memories, emotional connection to our mothers, difficulties in growing up, our own character traits, and more.

Serpent biting its aum tail: conscience and ego are in need of reconciliation (this is a reference to the fundamental struggle all human beings face—the polarities of good and evil, men and women, etc.).

Mandala: this symbol of circles and quadrants represent self-realization.... Dreamers Dictionary

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ARCHETYPES

Collective unconscious’ is the term Carl Jung used to describe the part of the unconscious that everyone has access to, a sort of psychic storehouse for all humankind.

The contents of this storehouse are called ‘archetypes’: patterns and symbols that can be found within the unconscious of everyone. These archetypes represent the broad human memory within each of us. They appear as mythical images that occur in every culture throughout recorded history—the images appearing in the dreams of our ancestors are those that speak to us today.

According to Jung, dreams are attempts to guide the waking self. He thought that the purpose of life—and for him, dreams play an important role in it is to understand and integrate all parts of ourselves; dreams are simply one aspect of the self trying to communicate with the conscious part. Dreams don’t disguise the unconscious, they reveal it, through archetypes.

Sigmund Freud disagreed with Jung, as he believed that dreams were disguised attempts to hide, not reveal, true feelings from the waking mind. Freud did, however, recognize a concept of ‘archaic remnants’, inherited—rather than learned—beliefs, through which basic emotions and responses are represented.

For example, the mother figure is a universal symbol of nurturing and protection.

Today, most dream researchers believe that we are more likely to see archetypal figures in our dreams at transition points in our lives than at other, more stable times. Change generally brings about anxiety and self-reflection. Going from education to the workforce, singlehood to marriage, or childless to parent are some typical archetypal transitions. Many of these archetypes are very familiar to us already, because they can be found in myths, legends, fairy tales, books and movies: the wicked stepmother, the authoritative father and the vulnerable maiden. We are as familiar with the superhero in films like Spiderman or Batman, as we are with the character of the dastardly joker or villain. All these characters are archetypes, and enduring representations of basic human qualities, instincts and experiences.

The first step in analysing an archetype, as with any symbol, is through personal reference. For example, a dream about monsters may refer to our inner fears, but it may also be a carry-over from the horror film you watched the same night. The next step is to take into consideration the other images in the dream, as well as the feelings and general atmosphere.

When archetypes appear in your dreams you will rarely feel indifferent to them and your instinctive response is crucial to the interpretation. Do they make you feel angry, inspired, sad, protective, frustrated or liberated? Never forget that such images spring from the deepest levels of the unconscious, and it is up to you to discover why they have been conjured up.

Jung contributed to our understanding of dream archetypes with constructs of his own, which some dream researchers find helpful in interpreting dreams. Although Jung believed that there is no fixed number of archetypes which we can simply list and memorize, he did believe that most archetypes are aspects of the following constructs: the persona, the anima and the animus, the ego, and the shadow. As you interpret your dreams you might want to consider these constructs along with the other archetypal images suggested in the pages of this book.... The Element Encyclopedia

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ARCHETYPES

The archetypes listed here are just a few of the many ancient patterns that exist in human consciousness and manifest as symbolic figures, played by yourself or someone else, in your dreams. See also SYMBOLS.... The Element Encyclopedia

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ARCHETYPES (ARCHETYPAL DREAM IMAGES)

While the notion of archetypes is at least as old as Plato, it is most familiar to the modern world through the work of Carl Jung, the prominent Swiss psychotherapist. In contrast to his mentor Sigmund Freud, Jung divided the unconscious mind into two subdivisions, the personal unconscious and the collective unconscious (which he also referred to as the objective psyche). The personal unconscious is shaped by our personal experiences, whereas the collective unconscious represents our inheritance of the collective experience of humankind. This storehouse of humanity’s experiences exists in the form of archetypes (or prototypes).

The archetypes predispose us to subconsciously organize our personal experiences in certain ways. We are, for instance, predisposed to perceive someone in our early environment as a father because of the father archetype. If a person’s biological father is absent during childhood, someone else (e.g., an older brother) is assimilated into this archetype, providing concrete images for the father complex (the reflection of the father archetype in the personal unconscious).

Archetypes are not specific images or symbols. They are more like invisible magnetic fields that cause iron filings to arrange themselves according to certain patterns. For example, Jung postulated the existence of a self archetype, which constitutes the unconscious basis for our ego—our conscious self-image or self-concept. In dreams, this self is represented in a variety of ways, often in the form of a circle or mandala (a circular diagram used as an aid to meditation in Hinduism and Buddhism). The self can also be represented by surrogate symbols, such as four of almost anything (according to Jung, four is the number of whole- ness and hence a symbol of the self), a pattern Jung referred to as a quaternity. These concrete manifestations of elusive archetypes are referred to as archetypal images or, when they appear in dreams, as archetypal dream images.

Jung asserted that much of world mythology and folklore represents manifestations of the collective unconscious. He based this assertion on his discovery that the dreams of his patients frequently contained images with which they were completely unfamiliar, but which seemed to reflect symbols that could be found somewhere in the mythological systems of world culture. Jung further found that if he could discover the specific meaning of such images in their native culture, he could better understand the dreams in which they occurred. The process of seeking such meanings is referred to as amplification.... Dreampedia

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ARCHITECT

Architects drawing plans in your dreams, denotes a change in your business, which will be likely to result in loss to you.

For a young woman to see an architect, foretells she will meet rebuffs in her aspirations and maneuvers to make a favorable marriage. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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ARCHITECT

One who helps design plans for the lives of others, i.E.

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ARCHITECT

(Engineer) An architect in a dream represents both urban developments and urban destruction. He represents joining what is fragmented and breaking up what is whole. Seeing an architect in a dream also signifies trials, evil, calamities and disunity.

If one becomes an architect in a dream, it means longevity because of the architect’s aspirations and he will fulfill his intentions, reach a ranking station and a commanding position in his life.

If one becomes an architect in a dream, it also means that he may become ajudge, or a marriage officiant, or it could represent a poet. Seeing an architect in a dream also signifies richness after poverty and health after sickness.

(Also see Artist; Carpet weaver; Graphic artist; Orthopedist)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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ARCHITECT

Symbolic of heavenly wisdom, Prov. 8:30... Christian Dream Symbols

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ARCHITECT

Relates to design and in particular to your physical being, if it is a structure being designed; i.e., if a bank or a business is being designed or an architect is planning the design of one, it is probably referring to the design of finance and business in your life and is indicating the direction you are heading into in that arena of life.

If it is a hospital or doctor’s office in design, it is most likely referring to your health and telling you the direction you are heading into there. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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ARCHITECT

An architect may appear as a character in a dream to help remodel the house of the soul.

An architect may point to the need for psychological help, appearing as a counselor or another expen who can help you work out psychological issues.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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ARCHITECT

If she dreams of seeing an architect at wort, a girl of marriageable age may expect to encounter difficulties in finding a suitable mate.

A married person of either sex who dreams of seeing an architect drawing plans should consider it a warning of both financial and marital difficulties.... The Complete Dream Book

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ARCHITECT

To see an architect at work is a sign that you will achieve some minor success.

If you dream of being an architect, it means that you will make a change in your business.... The Complete Dream Book

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ARCHITECT

To see architects in your dream represents a new undertaking that you are about to embark on. You will use your insight and inspiration to make this task successful.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Dream Symbols and Analysis

ARCHITECT

Dreams of an architect represent that you are taking responsibility for your life, and are creating the blue print for your dreams and goals. Perhaps you are in the midst of manifesting or building a career or relationship.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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ARCHITECT

To see an architect in your dream suggests that your creativity is about to come in handy in a new project or endeavor.... My Dream Interpretation

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My Dream Interpretation

ARCHITECT

Success with some difficult plan is forecast by a dream which involved an architect at work.

See Building.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

ARCHITECT

You are the architect and builder of your life; may mean planning a new direction, making blueprints for expansion and opportunity. Self-responsibility time.... The Dream Books Symbols

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The Dream Books Symbols

ARCHITECTURE

*Please See Building.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Dream Symbols and Analysis

ARCHITECTURE (PARTS OF A BUILDING)

1. Body parts.

2. Strengths and weaknesses of an individual. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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ARCHIVES

Anything to do with archives in a dream is a forerunner of unexpected legal entanglements.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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ARCHWAY

An humbling, honorable entrance; see “humble”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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ARCHWAY

Victory and distinction. Archways were often built in ancient Rome to welcome back conquering heroes.

Crumbled: The destruction of hopes with little warning.

An alternative type of bridge dream, in which movement from one side of the archway to the other marks a transition (see Directions).

A guidepost to follow. Just as we use important buildings for landmarks when giving directions, our ancestors used archways as meeting and business places, often at crossroads (see Cross). In this case, what’s below the archway or what’s happening there will give you more insight.... The Language of Dreams

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ARCHWAY

An archway inside a house may represent the entrance into an open and creative space of the imagination.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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ARCHWAY

Sexual desires or yearnings... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Expansions Dream Dictionary

BUILDER / CARPENTER / ARCHITECT / ENGINEER

A builder is a father figure in dreams; this is because he is a typically male figure working on the house, which represents the self. He can be a reminder of the important influence of your father in your life.

Dreams of carpenters and architects represent that side of yourself that is creative but practical at the same time. Engineers fix things for us in waking life and in your dream they may represent a friend or advisor who is helping you manage destructive emotions. The engineer is also a symbol of the desire to impose order over emotional chaos in waking life.... The Element Encyclopedia

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CORNSTARCH

The bare necessities... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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DEAD MARCH

To dream of hearing this played portends good luck to one whom you care for. ... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book

MARCH

To dream of marching to the strains of music, indicates that you are ambitious to become a soldier or a public official, but you should consider all things well before making final decision.

For women to dream of seeing men marching, foretells their inclination for men in public positions. They should be careful of their reputations, should they be thrown much with men.

To dream of the month of March, portends disappointing returns in business, and some woman will be suspicious of your honesty. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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MARCH

(See Earthquake; Thunder)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

MARCH

If you dream of marching in a line or a squad, then you are supporting the whole, being a team player, making music with a community that may be a sacrifice to your individuality.

If you dream of the month of March, then you are planting seeds of intentions for your future. See Drum.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Strangest Dream Explanations

MARCH

To dream of March when it isn’t predicts disappointment concerning an expected change.

A dream of marching signifies sad news if the marching was slow, but good progress if it was brisk.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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MARCH (MONTH OF )

1. Renewal of hope about one’s future and dreams.

2. Uncertainty about how to approach new problems or situations. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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MARCH OF AN ARMY

In a dream, it means sorrow, or earnestly seeking knowledge, desiring to become wealthy, preparing to perform a pilgrimage, or celebrating a religious festival. Ifone sees himselfmarching alone in a campaign in a dream, it means that he might endanger his own life, lose his wealth, or that he may face an awesome trial that will bear heavily on him.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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MARCHING

Proceeding in an orderly fashion, usually with others, sometimes to a different drummer... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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MARCHING

1. Being part of a group or crowd.

2. Ready to take on the future or current situation.

3. Feeling of pride in accom­plishments or ability. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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New American Dream Dictionary

MARCHING

Symbolic of an army, Joel 2:7... Christian Dream Symbols

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Christian Dream Symbols

MARCHING

Marching to an odd beat represents assertion of independence (e.g., “walking to a different drummer”).

Marching to a military beat reflects the desire to fight for a specific cause or possibly wishing to attain a public office.

Marching within a group reflects structure, or wishing to belong and fit in. ... The Language of Dreams

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MARCHING

To dream that you are marching to the beat of music suggests that you work well with others to accomplish goals. It also indicates that you may want to serve your country and display your patriotism. Perhaps you prefer to work for your city or municipal region.

To see people marching in your dream also implies that you are looking to become partners or colleagues with city or municipal officials.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Dream Symbols and Analysis

MARCHING

To dream of Marching quickly predicts advancement and success in business.... Mystic Dream Book

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MARCHING

A dream of marching signifies good progress if the marching was brisk, and sad news if the marching was slow.... My Dream Interpretation

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My Dream Interpretation

MARCHING

All parts of self working together in precision and unity.... The Dream Books Symbols

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MARCHING

Marching is about keeping time and aggregating what might otherwise be separate entities and coming together in unison.

If you think of the people marching in your dreams as thoughts and ideas, the image of marching is a symbol of agreement and aligning what might otherwise be chaotic and random thoughts into one focused idea. Think about who is marching and the setting in which this is occurring for details to round out your interpretation.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

MARCHING

Marching in step with a line of soldiers, with a band, or in a political demonstration can indicate participation on a team. Marching alone can signify that the dreamer is “marching to the beat of a different drummer.”... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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MARCHING BAND

A marching band in a dream represents your connection to others.

To make a marching band harmonize takes teamwork as well as a second sense for understanding others.

To march along with the band in your dream indicates that you feel conforming with others is important in your life. You may feel great joy in your camaraderie with the group.

If you feel that the band is marching you along, you may be struggling with your wish to escape conformity in your life.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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MATRIARCH

The lady of authority; research the name... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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MONARCH

1. Feeling in control of everything.

2. One feels controlled by someone who appears to be a monarch. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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MONARCH

To dream of your sovereign ruler is a sign of difficulties which can be overcome by hard work. Keep at it, and all will go well.... Mystic Dream Book

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PAPER / PARCHMENT

There is potential for spiritual growth through both learning and creativity.

A parchment scroll suggests acknowledgement of in-depth study or ancient knowledge.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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PAPER / PARCHMENT

Psychological / emotional perspective: Blank writing paper points to a lack of communication, or need to communicate with someone, but can also suggest a new beginning. Brown paper can highlight the utilitarian side of our nature. Old-fashioned parchment scrolls (which were originally made from animal skins) would suggest longlasting information.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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PAPER / PARCHMENT

Material aspects: Paper is one of those images that, in dreams, are dependent on the circumstances in the dreamer’s life.

For instance, in a student’s life, paper would suggest the need to pay attention to the studies, whereas festive wrapping paper could indicate the need for, or the possibility of, celebration.

The art of making paper or creating parchment indicates a highly skilled individual.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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PAPER OR PARCHMENT

If you have occasion in your dreams to refer to, or handle, any paper or parchment, you will be threatened with losses. They are likely to be in the nature of a lawsuit.

For a young woman, it means that she will be angry with her lover and that she fears the opinion of acquaintances. Beware, if you are married, of disagreements in the precincts of the home. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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PARCHED

A voyage to a hot country is portended. PARCHMENT—Legal affairs will trouble you.... Mystic Dream Book

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PARCHED

See Drought.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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PARCHING

A dry service rendered that cannot fulfill one’s needs... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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PARCHMENT

1. Wealth is attainable; good omens for legal entangle­ments.

2. Possible legal entanglements (to receive documents on parchment). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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PARCHMENT

(See Notebook; Paper)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

PARCHMENT

See paper... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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PARCHMENT

Any form of parchment in a dream au- gurs a release from cur- rent worry, or alternatively a successful outcome of pending legal matters if you have any.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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PATRIARCH

The authoritative head; if the name is substituted, research the name... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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RESEARCH

Inciting someone to research, or to impel one’s animal to drive faster in a dream means investigating the secrets of life after death, or explaining its meaning.

(Also see Impel)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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RESEARCH

To be carrying out spiritual research, for instance with holy books in dreams, suggests a need to understand accepted thought.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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RESEARCH

Psychological / emotional perspective: To be doing research in dreams, particularly if it is beyond our field of knowledge in waking life, indicates that we need to widen our focus, take in extra knowledge and not be narrow minded.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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RESEARCH

Material aspects: Research and development in waking life is a large part of many companies way of working, so in dreams we will often find that this concept points us to new ways of operating, not just in our working but also in our personal lives.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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SEARCH

Literal... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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SEARCH

1. Something missing in one’s life.

2. Seeking a solution to problems.

3. Need for new knowledge or relationships. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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New American Dream Dictionary

SEARCH

(See Piercing a hole; Pursuit; Tunnel)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

SEARCH

The meaning of a search dream must be de- termined by reference to the purpose and object of the action; however, to dream of searching for an unknown purpose or thing is your subconscious re-minding your conscience that you are wasting your time in meaningless activity and/or relationships.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

SEARCH

(1) Docs the dream show what you are seeking? It may be the meaning of life or the key to your destiny; success, in work or sex; or love.

If you are young, it is more likely to be material success and prosperity than the meaning of life; the reverse may apply if you are over thirty-five. What all age-groups are likely to be in quest of is love; but the kind of love may differ: for some it will be casual sexual encounters; for others, romantic ‘true love’; for others, mystical union with all things.

(2) Does the dream indicate whether your search is good? Perhaps it is telling you that you are chasing a will-o’-the-wisp; that you are not putting first things first; or that it is time for you to transfer your energies to some other pursuit. Ultimately, those spiritual teachers may be right who say we already possess all that is worth having, and only need to realize that we possess it; and that even the love we all want (as distinct from what we think we want) is a capacity for loving that occupies the centre of every being. However, in each individual life everything has its own season.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

SEARCH

Searching for something in a dream often indicates the need to find something that is missing or needed in one’s life. Finding it may mean the dreamer will recover something important.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

SEARCH / SEARCHING

To dream that you are searching for something or someone, symbolzies the need to find something that is missing or needed in your life. You may be searching for a solution to a problem.... My Dream Interpretation

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SEARCH BAR

Dreams of a search bar denote receptivity, curiosity, and that you are seeking something important. Consider the word you typed into the search bar to be a clue toward what your subconscious mind is wanting you to find. See Searching and Keyword.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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SEARCH ENGINE

Dreams of a search engine denote that you are wanting to find or be found, noticed, or recognized. You are strategically networking. See Searching and Search Bar.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Strangest Dream Explanations

SEARCHING

Usually indicates an attempt to find: a past way of life, like wanting to have childhood lack of responsibilities, a lover from the past; an answer to a pressing problem, one’s identity or sense of value in a particular setting. May also indicate a feeling of having lost something—youth, sexual ap­peal, creativity, motivation. See looking. Idioms: searched high and low; a searching look; search me. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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SEARCHING

To be searching in a dream is an attempt to find an answer to a problem.

If we arc searching for someone we may be conscious of our loneliness.

If we arc searching for something we may be aware of an unfulfilled need.

Searching in a dream for something we have lost can suggest either that we need information from the past, or that we feel we have lost our identity. Searching also suggests more of a commitment to actually finding than just simply looking.

The movement towards spirituality often begins from a feeling of searching for something.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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SEARCHING

For what exactly are you looking in the dream? This symbol will help you interpret the internal search that’s going on.

For example, seeking a missing coin might represent a longing to recapture financial security after a loss, and looking for a person can represent the desire for a mate.

How does the search feel? Is it futile or hopeful? If the former, perhaps your present focus is in the wrong place. What we think we need and what’s hest for us are not always in sync.... The Language of Dreams

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SEARCHING

Dreams of searching signify that you there is an aspect of your life in which you feel incomplete or les than whole. Your subconscious mind is giving you the message that what you are searching for you are searching with.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Strangest Dream Explanations

SEARCHING

The movement towards spirituality often begins from a feeling of searching for something.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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SEARCHING

Psychological / emotional perspective: Searching in a dream for something we have lost can suggest either that we need information from the past, or that we feel we have lost our identity. Searching also suggests more of a commitment to actually finding than just simply looking.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

SEARCHING

Material aspects: To be searching in a dream is an attempt to find an answer to a problem.

If we are searching for someone we may be conscious of our loneliness.

If we are searching for something we may be aware of an unfulfilled need.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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SEARCHING

Any dream of searching or looking for someday or someone is an indication of personal loss or a fear of a possible loss at some future time. These dreams recur frequently, especially when “searching” for a loved one who is dead. So often the dreamer never quite sees or reaches the dream figure.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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SEARCHING FOR SOMEONE

(See Piercing a hole; Tunnel)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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SEARCHLIGHT

İmplying a search will be made; an unwelcome search is a warning+b161... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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SEARCHLIGHT

Focused attention; concentration; insight. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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SEARCHLIGHT

also see Light

1- A searchlight in a dream denotes focused attention and concentration.

If the searchlight is trained on us, we need to consider our actions and behaviour.

2- A searchlight can suggest insight into matters which concern us. We have turned the searchlight on them in order to ascertain the real truth.

A searchlight is used to light the way ahead.

3- A searchlight will allow us to comprehend spiritual matters so that we can reject the unnecessary.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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SEARCHLIGHT

See light and torch... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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SEARCHLIGHT

Observing, or be- ing in, the beam of a pow- erful searchlight is a sign that you can get what you want but you will have to concentrate on it to the exclusion of all else; to see many searchlights criss- crossing the sky indicates coming danger from hos- tile competition. Fore- warned should be fore- armed!... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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STARCH

Used to subsidize that which is lacking, i.E. Cornstarch is a monetary replacement for insufficient funds... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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STARCH

To dream of using starch in any way presages that you will succeed through having self-respect.... The Complete Dream Book

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STARCH

Dreams of starch signify that you are in a sticky situation, bonding, and/or are feeling stuck. Dreams of starchy foods represents a desire for a burst of energy and inspiration that burns quickly. See Potato, Bread and Low-Carb.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Strangest Dream Explanations

STARCHING

To dream that you are Starching linen, shows you will be married to an industrious person.... Mystic Dream Book

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