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Evolution in dream meaning | Dream interpretation


Evolution in the spiritual sense is the opening out to a new and better state of being.

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Psychological / emotional perspective: To experience evolution in dreams is to be part of a process of growth.

To evolve is to progress from one stage of existence to another.

The whole process of dreaming could in itself be said to be a process of evolution, particularly when we dream in series.

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Material aspects: Dreaming of evolution and its associated issues such as the natural development of flora and fauna can be a way of reminding ourselves of the steps needed to develop a project from start to finish.

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Evolution | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Evolution


REBEL / REVOLUTION

A rebel is someone who sets his face against the norms of society and held belief, so spiritually is one who cannot accept given teachings.

A revolution takes place when a number of rebels can bring about a change in belief.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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REBEL / REVOLUTION

Psychological / emotional perspective: We will only rebel if we feel sufficiently strongly about something.

For there to be a rebel or anarchist in our dreams suggests that we have allowed that part of ourselves a ‘voice’. We can then understand it and decide on the validity of the feelings.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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REBEL / REVOLUTION

Material aspects: In working situations we are not often able to express our rebelliousness, perhaps at being asked to perform a particular task we don’t consider necessary. As a dream character we can find out from the rebel what it is that is really disturbing us.

A rebellion or revolution would occur in dreams if a position became completely untenable. Consult the entry for conflict for further clarification.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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REVOLUTION

1. Extreme changes in the offing, often regarding situa­tions or circumstances.

2. A need or desire for fundamental changes.

3. Nonconformity, going against society. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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REVOLUTION

See King, Government.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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REVOLUTION

Vision: Watching a revolution: unexpected, disruptive events will interfere with your life. Sometimes this is also a visionary dream that you might have prior to actual political unrest. Participating in a revolution: you are instigating a fight that will bring turmoil into your life. See Rebel.

Depth Psychology: Due to external circumstances, you will face far-reaching changes in your life. Additional information can be gleaned from the rest of the dream.... Dreamers Dictionary

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REVOLUTION

If you dream about a revolution then it is time for a drastic change in your life. Energy that you’ve suppressed can no longer be contained. See Breakdown/Breakthrough Dreams.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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REVOLUTION

If your dream concerned a bloody, shooting-war-style revolution, you are likely to have a complete change of circumstances; but if it was a bloodless political-coup type, it indicates a change of status.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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REVOLUTION

see Rebellion... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

REVOLUTION

Something revolving, making a complete turn, means you are getting back on your path; you are at the point of beginning with increased experience, more awareness.

A partial revolution is a change in direction.

A revolt suggests you are having a war within yourself, usually between the intellect and intuition.

It is time for a change, and you must be clear in your beliefs and what is guiding your life.... The Dream Books Symbols

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REVOLUTION

Dreaming that you are taking part in a revolution manifests that, inside, your attitudes and behaviors are full of irritation.

It is a call that you be what you want to be and not what social norms impose upon you.

This dream foretells problems in business.

If the revolution is bloody, it means that you are taking too many financial risks.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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REVOLUTION

Change that happens very suddenly can be thought of as revolutionary in nature. Remember that the seeds to such an uprising are sown over a very long time in the form of discontent and dissatisfaction with an old regime before the necessary impetus is present to rise up and demand change. This is the case with internal shifts inside your psyche and the dramatic shifting of habits or patterns that are ready to be changed in a dramatic moment of change.

Dreaming of a revolution means that such change is happening in your life.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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REVOLUTIONARIES AND LEADERS

Warriors and peacemakers, dictators and democrats, terrorists and holy men—these are the men and women who had, or have, the clout and power to change our world. In dreams, they signal the need for some kind of dramatic change in your waking life or, at the very least, a shift in attitude or approach.... The Element Encyclopedia

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THE FREUD AND JUNG REVOLUTION

‘Dreams are often most profound when they seem the most crazy.’
Sigmund Freud

Austrian psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud (1858-1939) opened the door to the scientific study of dreams with his book, The Interpretation of Dreams (1900). In a relatively prudish age, he caused general outrage with his controversial theory that dreams are wish-fulfillment fantasies that have their origins in our infantile urges, in particular our sexual desires.

Freud believed that the human mind is made up of the id, the primitive or unconscious mind; the ego, the conscious mind which regulates the id’s antisocial instincts with a self-defense mechanism, and the superego, which is the consciousness that in turn supervises and modifies the ego. According to Freud, the id is controlled by the pleasure principle (the urge to gratify its needs) and the instinct that the ego finds hardest to manage is the sexual drive first awakened in childhood. The id comes to prominence in dreams, when it expresses in symbolic language the urges repressed when we are awake. Symbols are used, because if these drives were expressed literally, the ego would be shocked into waking up. To successfully interpret a dream the symbols need to be uncovered and their true meaning discovered. The way that Freud suggested doing this was a technique called ‘free association’ or spontaneously expressing the responses that immediately spring to mind when certain words relating to the dream are put forward. The aim is to limit interference from the ego to discover the dreamer’s unconscious instincts.

Swiss analytical psychologist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1965), although an initial supporter of Freud’s ideas, could never fully agree with them. He felt there was far more to dreams than hidden sexual frustration and put forward the theory of the ‘collective unconscious’: a storehouse of inherited patterns of experiences and instincts common to humans and expressed in dreams in universal symbols, which he called ‘archetypes’. According to Jungian theory, the psyche is made up of the personal unconscious and the collective unconscious, and when a symbol appears in a dream, it is important to decide whether it relates to us personally or is an archetype. The way Jung suggested we do this is by a technique called ‘direct association’, i.e. concentrating only on the dream symbol when you think about the qualities associated with it.

Jung speculated that the unconscious mind projected dream symbols in an attempt to bring the conscious and unconscious mind into a state of balance he called ‘individuation’. According to his theory, the only way the unconscious mind can express itself fully is in dreams, so it will flood our dreams with symbolic messages that reflect our current progress in waking life. These messages can bring comfort and guidance, or bring repressed urges to the fore, but their aim is the same—to lead to our fulfillment. However, before we can benefit from such intuitive wisdom, we first of all need to understand the language of symbols.... Dreampedia

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