The meaning of Dilemma in dream | Dream interpretation
A warning to avert the situation
2. A need to express truth, loyalty or faithfulness (as in to make an oath or swear allegiance).
3. The authoritative or ﬁnal “word” on a subject or project.
4. A moral problem or dilemma needs to be addressed (note what passage is being read or referred to). ... New American Dream Dictionary
2. Situation where things are moving too quickly. ... New American Dream Dictionary
2. Anxiety over project or dilemma.
3. Review plans and activities for potential problems.
4. Feelings of inadequacy and low self-esteem. ... New American Dream Dictionary
2. A creative approach to a dilemma. ... New American Dream Dictionary
2. Inability to accept or intense fear of a situation.
3. A need or desire to “purge” a usually emotional, sometimes behavioral, set of traits or reactions.
4. Possible illness or pregnancy. ... New American Dream Dictionary
2. A message is being conveyed about personal attributes or upcoming dilemmas (to receive or give a nickname; note the name).
3. Happiness and success. ... New American Dream Dictionary
If you reached land safely, you will overcome your dilemma, but if you fell out of the boat or were upset by rough weather, it is a warning of serious difficulty due to indecision.
If you were rescued in your dream, or managed to swim to safety, success will follow hardship. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
The dreams are almost exactly the same and involve the dreamers’ inability to get rid of chewing gum.
The more they attempt to remove it from their mouths the larger and more unmanageable it becomes. In the dream they become frustrated and panicky because the harder they try to pull, the larger the mass becomes in their mouths. This dream suggests that the dreamer may experience frustration in daily life due to a large scale or standing insolvable problem that leaves them feeling powerless.
The dream represents an inability to digest or to process information or a dilemma. It also suggests that the dreamer is not able to express him or herself effectively and that repetitive and ineffective verbal expressions are typically used. Chewing gum in dreams may be a sign of childlike behaviors, vulnerability, powerlessness, and a need for nourishment.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
The idea of three fairies is at times interpreted as representing childhood, adulthood and old age, or birth, life and death. Fairies may be called the “mistresses of magic” and they may symbolize the extraordinary powers of the human spirit and our fundamental capacity of imagination. Alternatively, we may want to hold on to beliefs in magical powers that will save us from ourselves. In order to be well adjusted human beings, we need to adapt to our environment and accept our limitations.
The fairy in your dream may be interpreted according to the details of the dream and according to your current issues or developmental dilemmas. Is the fairy in your dream giving you hope by encouraging you to be creative and resourceful, or is she playing tricks on you and perpetuating your desire to be saved by magic?... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
If in your dream you find yourself in a garage or a parking lot, two varying connotations can be made. Please consider the content of your dream, the mood in it, and your current dilemma or situation in life.
The parked car could represent a period of inactivity and indecision in your life.
The dream could be pointing out that you have been idol for a period of time and that it may be a good time to “get a move on.” The more positive interpretation of this dream may be that the parked car is symbolic of a reflective period or mood. You may be in “park” for a while so that you can rest, relax, regroup, and think things over.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
The dilemma over the existence of God is probably the most common dilemma of them all. Everyone from time to time will have a dream about “God.” Its symbolism depends on the dreamer. God in our dreams can be considered a positive or self affirming symbol. It represents truth, purity, and love. It also represents the creative energy which is abundant in all of us (whether we know it or not).
For a certain number of people, in the dream state, God may have negative connotations.
For them God could represent eternal punishment, damnation, and invoke massive amount guilt. Most religions consider dreams to be a pathway to God or to the spiritual realm. Through dreams we have an opportunity to have experiences which are not available during the day. Our unconscious mind may be more capable of connecting to the eternal flow of spirit and it may be the dwelling place of the soul. See Also: Jesus... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
The dream may reflect a current reality, issue, or dilemma and attempt to bring the dreamer into greater self-awareness. Because a hotel is a transitory dwelling, it suggests a time away from one’s responsibilities or routine. As a dream symbol it could reflect a need for rest and reflection. Depending on the details of the dream, specific information can be ascertained.
For example, if the hotel is luxurious it suggests prosperity and positive decision-making. However, if the hotel is rundown and inadequate, it may reflect a time of uneasiness and depravation. Whether the hotel in your dream represented a retreat or escapism is for you to determine by examining your current daily reality. Finally, a hotel may refer to a temporary stage in life or be a form of compensation with which the dreamer eases the anxiety and stress experienced during the day.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
The house may be representing issues concerning a particular dilemma in your life, or it may be more general and comprehensive. Either way, if you pay attention to the details in this dream, you may learn a thing or two about yourself. See also: Kitchen, Bathroom, Attic... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
The structure the spirit is trapped in or resides in harmoniously. Particular rooms represent particular patterns controlling or playing out in the environment. Bedroom – rest, sex, Bathroom – waste receptacle and cleaning, kitchen – nourishment, living room – general conditions, others involved in your life, closets – holding tanks, hidden or put away patterns, basement – subconscious patterns.
It is common to dream about houses. They usually symbolize our emotional and psychological selves. All of your experiences, stages of development, and parts of your conscious and unconscious life may be represented by that house.
The house may be representing issues concerning a particular dilemma in your life, or it may be more general and comprehensive. Either way, if you pay attention to the details in this dream, you may learn a thing or two about yourself. See also: Kitchen, Bathroom, Attic ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
If you have the number 25 in your dream. Your house number is 12 while your parent’s number is 13. Together they make 25, and this dream could have been addressing issues in regard to you and your parents.) On the other hand, numbers in dreams may represent global concepts and point to collective dilemmas. Some interesting interpretations would include the following: See also: Zero. Even numbers might represent the feminine while odd numbers the masculine. 2 - psychic development and doubling; something new coming up with the potential for building. 3 - the trinity; it is an active or a process number (something is going on in the psyche). 4 - completion and femininity. 5 - life force; refers to the five fingers and five appendages of the body. 7 - sacred number in Christianity and Judaism; the highest stage of illumination and spirituality. 12 - represents time and may mark the most important cycles in life.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
If you find yourself in a garage or a parking lot, two different inferences can be made. Consider the dream’s content and mood in it as well as your current dilemma or situation in life.
The parked car could represent a period of inactivity and indecision.
The dream could be pointing out that you have been idle for a period of time and that it may be good time to “get a move on.” The more positive interpretation of this dream might be that the parked car is symbolic of a reflective period or mood. You may be in “park” for a while so that you can rest, relax, and regroup while thinking things over.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary
2- Dreams can often point to a danger in symbolic form, such as conflict, fire or flood. We may need to have pitfalls represented in such a way in order to recognise them on a conscious level.
3- Dreaming of oneself in a dangerous or precarious position, can also indicate a Spiritual insecurity.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
2- If we are caring for a leper we need to attend to those parts of ourselves we consider unclean, rather than trying to dispose of them.
If the leper is offering us something, it may be that we have a lesson to learn about humility.
3- Spiritually; a leper in a dream can suggest that we are having to deal with a moral dilemma which takes us away from compassion and caring.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
Self-punishment occurs when we have not achieved the standards we expcct of ourselves.
2- When there is conflict in our lives, if we cannot resolve il we will often dream of being punished. This may be the only way out of our particular dilemma. We would rather suffer pain than resolve the difficulty.
3- The concept of Divine Retribution that is, being punished by a force greater than ourselves suggests a judgmental God. Spiritual punishment is much more, however, the idea of self-flagellation for not having achieved what is required of us.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
To dream of a stomach ulcer, for instance, would suggest an emotional difficulty while a mouth ulcer would suggest some problem with spcech or making ourselves understood to those around us.
2- If we are dealing with someone else’s ulcer we arc aware that that person is not dealing with a dilemma in which we are involved.
3- An ulcer is something which erodes matter. Spiritually it suggests some soreness of Spirit or spiritual dilemma.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
If the alum turns sweet in the mouth, there will be a satisfactory solution of the problem involved.... The Complete Dream Book
If you pay attention to all the details, you will conclude a personal or business matter successfully. Working in a laboratory: you have maneuvered yourself into a difficult situation.
Depth Psychology: You have worked yourself into a difficult, tricky situation.
The outcome of the dilemma will depend on the rest of the dream images.... Dreamers Dictionary
Depth Psychology: Pliers usually represent a present moral dilemma. Who or what is tightening the vise? What kind of trouble are you in? What do you need to do to get out of it?... Dreamers Dictionary
Depth Psychology: Your present difficulty can be remedied easily if you are completely open. Committing perjury: you would like to solve a problem, but by not quite legal means.... Dreamers Dictionary
If you are taken prisoner: you will meet a powerful adversary who could harm you. Looking at war machinery: extremely difficult times are ahead.
If the war machinery is damaged: your present dilemma is going to ease.
Depth Psychology: Dreaming about war means that you are in a difficult situation: you are fighting with yourself. But the dream may also be an indication that you are “at war” with others— spouses, parents, colleagues, business partners, officials, etc. All these conflicts—the result of unrealistic hopes and/or expectations—will come to an end if you make a firm decision. See Fight.... Dreamers Dictionary
A dream involving a police officer symbolizes the establishment and its rules and regulations. It may also mean a failure on your part to fulfill and honor your responsibilities and promises.
To dream that you are arrested by the police suggests guilty feelings about your repressed emotions or sexuality.
To dream you are a police officer indicates your moral compass. Your dream may be directing you to a righteous path.
If you have recurring dreams of being a police officer, it may mean a guilty past. Your dream calls for you to look at your acts and wrongdoings from police perspective.
To dream that you are having difficulties in contacting the police suggests ineffectual authority. Take command of a given situation and be in control of the circumstances in your life.
To dream of being pulled over by police suggests taking time off from your busy schedule and refraining from stressful activities.
To see or dream that you are chasing a felon suggests a moral dilemma which you need to resolve.... Dream Symbols and Analysis
If you are spilling your guts, you are exploring the microscopic details of your dilemma or situation. This dream is about confessing, processing, and finding out what you’re really made of.... Strangest Dream Explanations
If the dreamer is in a cave, indifference may alienate friends or family.
The cave is a dream symbol of sexual implications.... Psycho Dream Interpretation
The sound of a foghorn in your dream is an omen of contrary and signifies a swift release from worry.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams
However, this is wrongheaded, because it is unrealistic. The garden of Eden prior to Adam’s ‘fall’ represents the oneness and harmony of all things when all things are still unconscious. With the rise of conscious thinking, distinctions and dilemmas arise, and the agonizing ‘Should I do this or that?’ (= Adam’s eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil). A desire to return to childhood in a dream is neurotic: in it reality has been ousted by fantasy - because reality was too painful. What particular reality’ (i.e. experience) are you trying to blot out?
(2) A more realistic option is that paradise represents a desire to achieve in the psyche the balance and wholeness that have been present latently and potentially from the beginning.
(3) If your dream contains, not just a paradisal feeling, but an actual physical representation of the garden of Eden (e.g. with four rivers dividing it into four quarters), this may be an instance of (2) above. See also Mandala.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols
If you are able to open the lock and move on, the response will be positive, but if not it will be negative.
If you force the lock it means that you will try to achieve your goals using any strategy, whether lawful or not. (See DOOR and THRESHOLD)... The Big Dictionary of Dreams