Family Room | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Family Room


ANCESTORS / EXTENDED FAMILY

Dreams that feature your ancestors in some way indicate the web of cultural and family influences from which your personality has arisen.

If a particular ancestor is highlighted, then you need to explore your personal associations with that person. For example, your great-aunt could have been renowned for her psychic abilities, so a dream about her might represent that intuitive tendency in you. Family scenes in your dream may represent feelings of security and unity, or a desire for this in your waking life. The appearance of your whole family together in a dream can indicate that you are yearning for the security and togetherness of childhood and home. On the other hand, if you dream that you see your family but are not present among them or are ignored by them, perhaps you feel emotionally distant from them at present. The appearance or mention of your family name in dreamland calls attention to your heritage or family situation.

If family planning is a feature of your dream, this suggests the need to take responsibility for your future. A family room suggests congeniality. Members of the extended family (such as cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews) usually appear in a dream as an aspect of yourself relevant to the person you dreamed about. For example, if your cousin is shy in waking life, his appearance in a dream may refer to the inhibited part of yourself.

To dream of a family tree may indicate your true spiritual heritage, providing you with a record of your origins and your place in the overall scheme of things; alternatively, if you believe in reincarnation, particularly genetic reincarnation, it may represent your own past lives.

If you are finding it difficult to analyze the meaning of your dream, it may be that your unconscious has cast a feminine or masculine archetype in the role of the relation. To determine if this is the case, ask yourself if your dream uncle has more in common with the archetypal wise old man than your father’s brother, or if your dream niece has more in common with the archetypal amazon or huntress.... The Element Encyclopedia

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ANGRY AT FAMILY

Unhappy with personality traits within yourself. ... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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ANTEROOM

1. If standing in, one feels like a second-class citizen.

2. What one sees is not the whole, open, honest picture. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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AUDITORIUM / BALLROOM

Vision: Dancing in a ballroom: a fun-filled social event will lift your spirits. Seeing a large auditorium: you will have to deal with many people. Participating at a conference: you will be asked to solve a conflict.

Depth Psychology: Since an auditorium is a place where people meet, the dream implies that you are looking for contact, diversion, and companionship. Was the meeting fun or somber?... Dreamers Dictionary

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BALLROOM

1. Usually a good omen, often to do with inheritance and legacies.

2. Social standing and financial status.

3. A measure of friendships and social activities.

4. Communication, intuition in social activities. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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BALLROOM

Having fun in life ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Christian Dream Symbols

BALLROOM

Dreams of a ballroom symbolize wealth, elegance, and a forthcoming festive occasion.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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BALLROOM

If you dream of entering a ballroom where people seem happy and the music is pleasant, your attempts to achieve happiness will be successful. Be sure that you keep an open mind about what life has to offer. However, if the ballroom was empty, or unpleasant and dirty, or you were upset by the music or the people there, then your dream signifies financial troubles and/or arguments with authority figures.

If everyone in the ballroom was waltzing in unison, you need to get in touch with your inner spirit.... My Dream Interpretation

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BALLROOM

See Ball, Room, and Dance.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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BALLROOM / DANCING

A ballroom filled with dancers indicates a happy family life.

An empty ballroom shows a longing for company and / or family. Intricate dancing symbolizes an ability to do well in anything you try.

To see others dancing means you will get pleasure from someone else’s good fortune.

To be dancing yourself means you will get pleasure from work that you do yourself.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Gypsy Dream Dictionary

BALLROOM DANCING

Dreaming that you are on the floor, dancing in Ballroom style indicates a deep inner grace and sends the message to trust yourself more. Your life is unfolding as it should and any changes that you desire to make will potentially go well at this time. Having faith in yourself is sometimes the hardest task of all but a dream of ballroom dancing signifies that you have every reason to, as you are naturally moving with the flow.

To dream that you are clumsy on the floor indicates that you may be feeling over anxious about your next move and need to relax and let yourself take the next step despite your fear.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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BALLROOM DANCING

Who was your partner? If the two of you were dancing together as one, this could suggest your longing to get closer to the person you were dancing with.

If you didn’t know the identity of the person with whom you were dancing, it could suggest longing for a relationship or greater intimacy in the relationship you already have.... The Element Encyclopedia

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BAR ROOM

Often indicates how we relate to groups; our feelings about society, can be difficulties regarding alcohol; one’s technique for avoiding confrontation with loneliness, anxiety, sense of failure, etc. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

BAR, BAR ROOM

Usually represents looking for strength from without instead of within; need for self-acceptance, companionship, overcoming fear of rejection. Escape; numbing feelings and attunement to self and others. Also, transformation of consciousness, drinking of higher power. See Alcohol.... The Dream Books Symbols

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BARROOM

Staunch loyalty from your family and friends is foretold by dreaming of being in a barroom.

To see women drinking at a bar is a prediction of lighthearted gayety.... The Complete Dream Book

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BARROOM

If you dream of becoming inebriated in a barroom, you may expect disquieting news from an old friend.... The Complete Dream Book

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BATHROOM

To see white roses in a bathroom, and yellow ones in a box, denote that sickness will interfere with pleasure; but more lasting joys will result from this disappointment.

For a young woman to dream of a bathroom, foretells that her inclinations trend too much toward light pleasures and frivolities. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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BATHROOM

Where one receives emotional relief from what has been mentally digested... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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BATHROOM

1. A need or desire for cleansing, often emotional.

2. A need or desire to express a worrisome or painful emotion.

3. Pri­vate or embarrassing difficulties may be growing too public (pub­lic bathroom).

4. A physical need is encroaching on the dreamer. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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BATHROOM

(Lavatory; Toilet) In a dream, a bathroom represents the nest of impurities or the seat of sufferings.

If one enters it in his dream it means that he will be struck with distress caused by women.

For heat and pruriency may develop in one’s privacy inside the bathroom.

If a person in distress comes out of the bathroom in his dream, it means relief from his depression.

(Also see Bathhouse; Toilet)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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BATHROOM

A bathroom or hot bath symbolizes grief caused by women. But since a person normally spends very little of his time in the bathroom it means his grief with be short-lived.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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BATHROOM

Symbolic of exposure or an invasion of privacy.

If the bathroom is filthy it may be an indication of a dirty lifestyle, 2 Sam. 11:2... Christian Dream Symbols

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BATHROOM

Judging by all of the e-mail that I receive, dreaming about bathrooms seems to be common. They are most valuable in our daily life. In our dreams bathrooms may be equally valuable symbols. They suggest that there is a need for emotional and psychological cleansing. You may need to get rid of emotional and psychological baggage.

It is difficult to be carefree and happy when old issues keep bringing you down.

The bathroom is a good dream symbol. Consider all of the details in your dream. Make an effort to cleanse mind and spirit by putting useless thoughts and feeling behind you! See also: House... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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The Bedside Dream Dictionary

BATHROOM

The bathroom in a dream is the place where you release emotions and information that have been processed over a period of time. Being in a public rest room where there are no stalls on the doors may signify frustration about getting enough privacy, or difficulties in letting go.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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BATHROOM

Dreams of a bathroom symbolize releasing and letting go of toxic feelings and thoughts that no longer serve you. See Venting Dreams.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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BATHROOM

In dreams our attitude to personal cleanliness and our most private thoughts and actions can be shown as the bathroom or toilet.

It is the place where we can let go of our negativity in safety.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BATHROOM

If you dream that you are in the bathroom, you may be due for a period of self-renewal. It’s time to get rid of some burdens or emotions that are weighing you down. Also see “Toilet”... My Dream Interpretation

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BATHROOM

Need to release an experience.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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BATHROOM

A bathroom represents the consciousness of individuation and privacy.

It is the room where we get to shut the door and be with ourselves in total intimacy.

It is also a symbol of freeing ourselves of waste and toxins. Many dreams that feature a bathroom find us searching for one. Such a dream is about searching for the freedom to be our authentic self, often with the caveat of reaching that authenticity by releasing that which no longer serves us or is detrimental if we continue to hold on, such as resentment or other poisonous thoughts.

A bathroom inside a home connects with personal issues, whereas one that is more public is revealing information about your outside interactions.

A toilet is located in a bathroom. As such, it can relate to relieving yourself of the “shit” in your life that you no longer need.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

BATHROOM

To dream that you are in the bathroom relates to your instinctual urges. You may be experiencing some sort of burdensome feelings and need to‘relieve yourself’. Alternatively, it may symbolize purification and self-renewal; you need to cleanse yourself, both emotionally and psychologically. To dream that you cannot find the bathroom signifies that you are having difficulties in releasing and expressing your emotions. You may also have overcommitted yourself and are neglecting your own needs. Plumbing problems in your dream bathroom may reflect trouble in processing your feelings. Do you feel swamped right now? Flooding in the bathroom suggests emotions that are both out of control and out of character.... The Element Encyclopedia

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BATHROOM / BATHHOUSE

A place for cleansing, as in Bath.

An erotic place where clothes are taken off (see Physician). Often refers to the psychoanalyst’s office, particularly during sessions.

A place of emotion.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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BATHROOMS

Secret places, where the company of others is usually not desired.

Cleanliness, (next to godliness); ritual cleansing. Astrological parallel: Scorpio... Dream Explanations of Astro Center

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Dream Explanations of Astro Center

BED / BEDROOM

Since sleep is a way of leaving the busy world behind, a bed can represent a form of spiritual sanctuary and a sense of purity.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BED / BEDROOM

Psychological / emotional perspective: To be going to bed with someone can variously represent either our sexual attraction to that person or indicate that we need have no fear of them – depending on other circumstances within the dream. Such an act may suggest our search for companionship and love.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BED / BEDROOM

Material aspects: To be going to bed alone in a dream can indicate a desire for a return to the safety and security of the womb.

To dream of a bed made up with fresh linen indicates the need for a fresh approach to those thoughts and ideas that really matter to us.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BED / BEDROOM

Gives gender - specific: For most people, the bed and bedroom signify a private place, though sometimes from different perspectives.

For both men and women, dreams about beds can give an insight into our attitude to relationships, not necessarily with the opposite sex.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BED / BEDROOM

To dream that you are in the bedroom signifies aspects of yourself that you keep private. It also represents feelings and behavior regarding your intimate relationships.

A neatly-made bed means you feel in control.

A messy bed represents a difficult relationship.

To dream of shopping for a bed, or buying a bed, represents your longing to find happiness in a love relationship.

To dream of going to bed with a stranger suggests that you are making friends too fast. You need to be more cautious.

A dream of being in the bedroom with someone you know indicates they are important to you in some way, or possibly that you are developing romantic feelings for them.

Dreaming of something under the bed means someone in your life is being untruthful. Also see “Bunk Beds”, “Sheets” and “Sex”... My Dream Interpretation

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BED / BEDROOM

Beds and bedrooms have a range of different meanings, from rest and sleep to sex and marriage. In dreams of marriage or romance, the state of a bed, whether neat or disordered, can be interpreted as a symbolic comment on the state of a relationship. Also, something underneath a bed may show that something about a relationship is not out in the open. (See also Mattress).... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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BEDROOM

(Bedchamber; Chamber) In a dream, one’s bedroom signifies trickery or speaking soft words in fear of retribution, retaliation or rejection. One’s bedroom in a dream also represents his inner thoughts.

The good and the bad ones. Seeing a new bedroom in one’s house, means renewing one’s hopes, or affirming a good intention between the one seeing the dream and his Lord.

A beautiful looking bedroom in a dream represents one’s good qualities, while a bad looking bedroom in a dream represents one’s bad character.

(Also see Chamber)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

BEDROOM

Symbolic of a private area, 2 Kings 6:12 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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BEDROOM

A place of relationships, their problems, and their beautiful moments.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Little Giant Encyclopedia

BEDROOM

Being in a bedroom may reveal a great deal about your attitudes about sexuality and other areas of your personal life that are more private.

A starkly neat bedroom may reflect your ngid views about sexuality.

A messy child’s bedroom may signify unruly behavior.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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BEDROOM

An ultra-luxurious, highly sceuted bedchamber foretells very unusual changes in the mode of life, and indicates that both young men and young women should guard their actions with the utmost circumspection.

To diream of being In such a room with one of the opposite sex is direct warning against promiscuous friendships, especially if an amorous situation between unmarried people should develop.... The Complete Dream Book

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BEDROOM

To dream about being in a bedroom symbolizes things that you keep from others. It also is representative of your carnal desires and romantic dealings.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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BEDROOM

If the Bedroom in your dream is more sumptuous than your own, it shows a change in your circumstances that will eventually prove favourable for you. But you must be prepared for some delay if your dream concerns the earlier hours of the night; whereas the change will come soon, if your dream is of the dawn, or of the early morning hours.... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book

BEDROOM

Dreams of a bedroom symbolize a need for recharging your batteries, or perhaps a desire for sex, privacy and/or intimacy. See Room.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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BEDROOM

The bedroom portrays a place of safety where we can relax and be as sensual as we wish.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BEDROOM

Altered State.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Expansions Dream Dictionary

BEDROOM

Journeys or some happy change of events lie ahead, especially if the room and furnishings are new. Also implies that sensual impulses are uppermost to the dreamer.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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Psycho Dream Interpretation

BEDROOM

A strange bedroom, pleasantly furnished, indicates a change for the better; your own bedroom signifies harmony in current affairs.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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BEDROOM

A home represents the consciousness of your sense of self and the bedroom relates to privacy and intimacy, as it’s usually the most private room in one’s home, where intimate acts occur. Because of its association with nakedness, sex, and the vulnerability that comes with being asleep, the bedroom represents the parts of ourselves that we are aware of but generally keep hidden and separate from our social and public life. On a primal level, the bedroom is the one room in a home where an individual’s scent is most prevalent. We humans are the only animals that compulsively remove our own scent. This deepens the personal nature of this symbol.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

BEDROOM

To dream that you are in the bedroom signifies aspects of yourself that you keep private. This room is where you rest, where you retreat, and where you sleep and become unconscious. You may even be dreaming in the same bedroom as the one that appears in your dream. The bedroom is also suggestive of sex, love and romance, but just as often reflects aspects of your life that are particularly private to you alone.... The Element Encyclopedia

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BEDROOM, FATHER’S OLD

Spiritual idea not used.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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BRIDE / BRIDEGROOM

See Marriage.

A specific event concerning your own development.

A desire for a partner, for bonding, or looking for balance between internal and external contradictions. Are you seeing your dream partner.7 Such a dream partner often depicts the ideal of your soulmate. Rarely, it signifies a warning of unwanted pregnancy. See Baby.

An unhappy or ugly bride or bridegroom often points to conflicts with your partner.

Alchemy sees these symbols as a connection between opposites. According to Jung, the images connect the masculine and feminine parts of the soul and are a symbol of light and fertility.

Folklore: Surprisingly, a bride and bridegroom in a dream always mean accident and great disappointment, particularly when you yourself are the bride or bridegroom.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Little Giant Encyclopedia

BRIDE / BRIDEGROOM

In Jungian psychology, dream images of a bride or bridegroom may embody the anima (in males) or the animus (in females). Traditionally, brides symbolize purity and innocence. Beyond the obvious meanings of a spouse or spouse-to-be, a bride or a bridegroom can also represent someone else with whom we are in a partnership (e.g., a business partner). (See also Marriage.)... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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BRIDE / GROOM

Vision: Seeing a bride in a dream is always a good sign and means something pleasant is coming your way.

If a woman sees herself as a bride or with a bridal veil, it means positive developments in the romance department—maybe even marriage.

A man embracing a bride: a warning to him about a foolish love affair.

Depth Psychology: Leaving out the fact that the appearance of a bride in a dream is a sign of your need and desire for love, it also can mean that the contradictions in your personality are now in harmony. Sometimes, in a religious sense, a groom stands for God, and a bride for the Virgin Mary.... Dreamers Dictionary

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BRIDE OR BRIDEGROOM, BRIDESMAIDS, USHERS, ETC

Erotic dreams, all of them, announce the moderns. Dreams denoting grief and disappointment, declares Raphael, who invariably places an unfortunate construction upon all dreams of an erotic nature.... The Fabric of Dream

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BRIDE, BRIDEGROOM

This dream is an unlucky one. It indicates sorrow and disappointment. You will mourn at the death of some relative. ... Indian Interpretation of Dreams

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BRIDE, BRIDEGROOM

When both bride and bridegroom are in a dream, they represent the merger of masculine and feminine qualities within the self; a new beginning with maturity and more responsibility. Marriage is union of body, mind and spirit. Bride is new beginning with higher awareness of feminine self; bridegroom is new beginning with higher awareness of masculine self.... The Dream Books Symbols

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BRIDE, BRIDEGROOM, OR BRIDESMAIDS

Unfortunately, this is a dream of contrary.

If you are one of these parties, it foretells some great disappointment.... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book

BRIDEGROOM

(See Bride)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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BRIDEGROOM

If a persons sees himself as having become abridgegroom and he also recognizes his bride in the dream it is a glad tiding that he will soon marry, or he will wield power or he will become the owner of something of value. But if he did not see his bride nor does he see himself in wedlock with a woman it means that he will either die or be killed or become a martyr.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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BRIDEGROOM

Symbolic of Christ, Matt. 9:15 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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BRIDEGROOM

A man who dreams of going through the marriage ceremony is likely to find a sum of money that will relieve him for the time being.

If he cannot find the wedding ring in time for the ceremony, he will be criticized for his conduct by his superiors.

If a man dreams of being nervous while being married, he will be confronted with the necessity of making a momentous decision.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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BRIDEGROOM

Desire to be married or find a panner. Female dream: feelings about marriage or getting married; integration with intellect and exterior capability. Male dream: feelings about marriage; attempt to integrate conscious and uncon­scious. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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BRIDEGROOM

also see Marriage

1- i’o dream of a bridegroom usuallv indicates the desire to be married or to find a partner. It often shows the desire to be more responsible or to take on responsibility for someone else.

It is a connection with, and an understanding of, the ‘romantic’ side of one’s nature and indicates the need for integration of the intellect and the real world.

The need for partnership may be more intellectual than emotional. and we may need to make a connection with the drive of the masculine.

A bridegroom can represent the dreamer’s need to take care of somebody or something, and maybe to exert a degree of control.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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BRIDEGROOM

Responsibility and care are indicated by this dream.

A laughing bridegroom portends faithlessness on your part or on the pan of some valued friend.... The Complete Dream Book

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BRIDEGROOM

Dreams of a bridegroom symbolize your feelings and attitudes about marriage and commitment. You may also be committing on a larger scale to your spiritual path, or even to a business venture. See Wedding.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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BRIDEGROOM

A bridegroom can represent the need to take care of another person, maybe to exert a degree of control and, in spiritual terms, to commit to the continuance of the human race.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BRIDEGROOM

Psychological / emotional perspective: The need for partnership can sometimes be more intellectual than emotional. In connecting with the drive of the masculine we can become creative in many different ways.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BRIDEGROOM

Material aspects: To dream of a bridegroom usually indicates the desire to be married or to find a partner. It often shows a willingness to be more responsible or to take on responsibility for someone else, thereby becoming more mature.

It is a connection with, and an understanding of, the ‘romantic’ side of our nature and indicates the need for integration of the intellect and the real world.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BRIDEGROOM

Gives gender - specific: In a woman’s dream a bridegroom may be something of a fantasy figure, allowing her to understand the qualities she needs in a partner on a mundane level. In a man’s dream, he is perhaps putting himself in touch with his finer aspects. Also consult the entries for bride and wedding / wedding dress / wedding ring.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BRIDEGROOM

You will have an unexpected delay in some cherished plan if your dream featured a bridegroom, but don’t give up; new tactics can succeed.

See also Wedding.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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BRIDEGROOM

(see also Bride, Marriage)

This may symbolize the animus (in a woman’s dream), representing the masculine side of her personality (for animus, see Brother / Sister, sections (4)-(6)... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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BROOM

To dream of brooms, denotes thrift and rapid improvement in your fortune, if the brooms are new.

If they are seen in use, you will lose in speculation.

For a woman to lose a broom, foretells that she will prove a disagreeable and slovenly wife and housekeeper. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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BROOM

Used to “sweep away” one’s problems... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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BROOM

1. To clean out old, undesirable memories, putting the past in perspective.

2. Sometimes magic, especially female “magic” or power and the ability to “fly” away.

3. A domestic situation needs to be straightened out or “tidied.” 4. Money is coming soon (new broom). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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New American Dream Dictionary

BROOM

(Boy; Employee)A broom in a dream represents one’s family or household. Seeing it in a dream does not indicate a favorable sign.

A broom in a dream also represents an employee, a housekeeper, or a servant. Sweeping the floors of one’s house with a broom in a dream means becoming poor, or it could mean the death of a sick person in that house, or the distribution of one’s property and possessions after his death. Sweeping a floor and collecting the trash in a dustpan in a dream means profiting from a project. Abroom in a dream also may mean recovering from depression, overcoming difficulties, or satisfying one’s debts.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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BROOM

Symbolic of cleaning out your life, Isa. 14:23 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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BROOM

Cleansing, as in: Bath, Trash Can. Popular symbol for a witch. Pointing to a problem that needs to be resolved. Phallic symbol, magic wand.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Little Giant Encyclopedia

BROOM

If you are sweeping with a broom, you need to change your habits; possibly change your friends (certainly examine them and whether or not they are good for you).

To see a broom standing in a corner means that you must examine your way of life to see if you are living up to your full potential.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Gypsy Dream Dictionary

BROOM

(see Diit, Organizing)

An ancient emblem of womanhood that was later turned into a phallic symbol by the Church.

Having a bad case of the cleaning or organizational bug either at home, or toward a specific project or goal. What exactly does the broom sweep away?

Luck and friendship. According to folk beliefs, brooms found in new homes may be used to sweep out bad fortune, and sweep in good energy and warm feelings.

Jumping over a broom handle is a symbol of fertility and transition into a new life. This was part of many rural European and Gypsy wedding rituals.

Flying on a broom: Potentially a sexual dream in which the broom handle equates to the penis.

Woman’s magic. Witches were sometimes called broom amazons in the Middle Ages.... The Language of Dreams

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BROOM

Used to sweep a floor clean, a broom may suggest the need to clean up some dirt or negativity in your life.

Associated with witches, a broom appearing in a dream may point out that someone is acting like a witch or seems to have supernatural powers over you.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Ariadne's Book of Dream

BROOM

Careful attention to your business will be rewarded if you dream of sweeping with a broom.... The Complete Dream Book

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BROOM

Vision: Seeing a broom: in future be more careful when dealing with others—you might run into some very unpleasant people. Sweeping with a broom tells you to take care of your responsibilities—or face losses. In a woman’s dream, the broom might also be a phallic symbol.

Depth Psychology: The broom could be a warning about destructive attitudes or negative emotions—sweep out all spiritual and mental “garbage.”... Dreamers Dictionary

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BROOM

Beware of a false friend.... Mystic Dream Book

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BROOM

Dreams of a broom either symbolize that you are getting swept away in the moment or that it is time to clean up your act and resolve issues of the past. This dream can also be calling attention to a connection with the mystical and magical crone. See Witch or Crone.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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BROOM

Using a broom to sweep indicates a strong desire to clean all non-essentials out of your life.

If the broom is new, it implies good news and/or success.

If the broom is old and dirty, however, making the necessary changes in your life is going to be more difficult and take longer than you think.

Dreaming of the plant broom indicates that you are feeling bitter about something in your life, or that you feel that your life is barren and joyless.

If the plant is flowering, however, there is a chance for a new start.... Dream Explanations of Astro Center

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Dream Explanations of Astro Center

BROOM

New brooms indicate thrift and a desire for improvement.

If the dreamer is sweeping, do not speculate.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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Psycho Dream Interpretation

BROOM

Your general luck will soon improve if the broom was new; however, if h was dirty or worn, you’d better look out for an insincere friend, unless you threw the old broom away or got rid of it in some manner, in which case you can expect to benefit through a good friend.

If you hit someone (or something) with a broom, it signifies a surprising change for the better.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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BROOM

Clean up your act. Get your house in order and make way for the new.... The Dream Books Symbols

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BROOM

Dreaming that you are sweeping with a broom may indicate the need to eliminate everything that disturbs you, whether at work, in relationships with others, or inside yourself. The message of the dream is clear: hiding the “mess” under the carpet is no solution. You must reflect on this in order to address your own problems. (See SWEEPING)... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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BROOM

One of the fundamental tools for keeping house, a broom relates to a need for cleaning up life’s messes. There is a media-driven association with brooms and witches, so if the dream’s context indicates this perspective, a broom might represent an ability to introduce magical thinking into a situation that needs attention.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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BROOM / BROOMSTICK

To see a broom in your dream, symbolizes that it is time to clean up your act and resolve your past issues. You need to discard what is no longer useful to you.

If you dreamed of flying on a broomstick, this represents a situation with a negative or heartless female in your life.

If your flight was smooth and you flew high, you will triumph in this situation. But if you had trouble maintaining height and speed, or your flight was troublesome, you feel powerless in controlling the situation.... My Dream Interpretation

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BROOM / BRUSH

Magically, a broom is a witch’s implement. In dreams, brooms and brushes can have a similar meaning in that they clear a spiritual space of negativity in preparation for changes to be made.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BROOM / BRUSH

Psychological / emotional perspective: The idea of clearing or cleansing is as important on a psychological level as it is on the spiritual. Clearing away outmoded beliefs or habits is an important part of progression.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BROOM / BRUSH

Material aspects: On a mundane level, the proverbs associated with brooms and brushes – ‘a new broom sweeps clean’ etc. – Show us the actions that are necessary to make workaday life easier.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BROOM / BRUSH

Gives gender - specific: Brooms and brushes have largely given way to technological advances. In dreams, however, they still retain their old significance. In a man’s dream, a broom may suggest ordinary, mundane tasks, whereas in a woman’s dream it may suggest control over her environment.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BROOMSTICK

A person flying on a broomstick is symbolic of witchcraft and spiritual enemies fighting against you ... Christian Dream Symbols

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CHANGE ROOM

To dream about a change room suggests that you are going through a transition period in your life.

If you dreamed of putting on a new outfit in one, good luck is ahead for you. However, if you dreamed of getting/being undressed in one, or being trapped in one, you will have setbacks and may not get everything you want.... My Dream Interpretation

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CHAT ROOM

If you dream of being in a chat room, then this represents connecting with aspects of yourself that you have not yet met. Pay particular attention to the content of the chat, the words are the prime message in this dream.

A chat room also reflects a desire for anonymity, intimacy at a safe distance, and a desire for connection with people that share a mutual interest. This dream may be advising you to venture out and take your chats to the next level. See Internet.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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CHAT ROOM

To dream about being in a chat room suggests that you need to reach out to people who may not always physically be around. It could also suggest that you have been spending too much time in front of the computer and this has carried over into your dreams.... My Dream Interpretation

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CLASSROOM

To dream that you are in a classroom indicates that you will experience a significant event or occurrance that will have a huge influence on your future decisions.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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CLASSROOM

To dream that you are in a classroom, symbolizes that you may be learning an important life lesson.

If you are a student, this dream can also reflect feelings or anxieties about real life classes. Also see “Art Class”, “History / History Class” and “Math / Math Class”.... My Dream Interpretation

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CLASSROOM

So many dreams are set in the classroom or school that it may be one of the most frequent dream settings. The primary focus of such dreams is on your own level of competence and how it may be reflected in the eyes of others. The theme of fitting in is perhaps why so many anxiety dreams that reflect a sense of insecurity and failure are set in schools. See also SCHOOL AND WORK.... The Element Encyclopedia

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COURTROOM

1. A serious matter has presented itself.

2. One has just been through a “trying” time. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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COURTROOM

Being in a courtroom in a dream may reflect concerns about justice in a perceived unfair situation It may point to the need to defend yourself or the tendency to judge others.

The courtroom may also represent the act of courting another’s wishes or, literally, dating.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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COURTROOM

If you dream that you are in a courtroom standing up for charges against you, this represents your struggle with issues of fear and guilt.

A situation in your waking life is giving you much worry. You may feel that you are being judged in some way. Other dreams about courtrooms (for example, attending a trial or being the lawyer) predicts short-term financial troubles. However, the long-term outlook is optimistic if you avoid wasting time thinking about the past. Look forward!... My Dream Interpretation

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COURTROOM

To dream that you are in court listening to charges against you signifies your struggle with issues of fear and guilt. A situation or circumstance in your life is giving your much distress and worry, and you may feel that you are being judged in some way.

If your dream focuses on a law court, a judge or justice in general, this can indicate that your unconscious is trying to sort out right from wrong in your waking life; the moral confusion might be on a personal level or something to do with your social life. Such dreams may also be urging you to pay attention to your actions or to your attitude towards authority.

The image of a jury in a dream indicates struggles with peer group pressure. Perhaps you feel that others do not understand you or that you are being judged in some way? If you are a member of a jury in your dream, you may feel that you need to go along with the group or go it alone regarding a certain situation in your waking life. Alternatively, do you have to make a difficult decision in real life or an unpopular judgment?... The Element Encyclopedia

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DEATH OF A FAMILY MEMBER OR PARTNER

A close family member has died and the remaining family are attending the funeral. Everyone, including you, is crying. Such dreams can be very unnerving because you may worry that something is going to happen to a family member but, contrary to your fears, dreams of death are often a reflection of change, rather than death. Changes that bring some era to a close or cause shifts in family roles, such as going to college, getting married or starting a family, are likely to trigger death dreams. Think of these dreams as a rite of passage. Your relationship with the person in your dream has not died but it will be different, because something is different in your life. Another explanation of the dream death of a family member or spouse, is to consider what aspect of yourself that person represents and what you may be rejecting or repressing.

For example, to dream of your mother dying could represent the death of your own motherly nature. Perhaps you should try to be more caring and maternal, or perhaps something or someone should be nurtured instead of ignored. Alternatively, you may be expressing hidden feelings for that person. Do you secretly resent or wish to be independent of him or her? Such dreams may also represent a positive or negative change in your relationship or attitude toward that particular person. Yet another interpretation suggests that dreams of being prostrate with grief at your father’s or mother’s funeral can be an emotional dress rehearsal staged by your unconscious to prepare you for the devastation you may feel when your parent really does die. Such dreams tend to be more common in women, especially concerning the death of a partner, as statistically women live longer than men.

Dreaming of a relative or partner who is dead in waking life is, not surprisingly, quite common. After all, that person may have played a big part in your life, and their influence and memories are still very much alive in you. It is not unusual to have disturbing dreams for some period after the death of a loved one; it is equally common not to be able to dream about the husband or wife at all, or to see the partner in the distance but be unable to get any nearer. Such dreams of dead people are expressive of attempts by your dreaming mind to help you make the transition from external reality to internal memories, or to deal with feelings, guilt or anger in connection with the person who died. See also SPIRITS AND GHOSTS.... The Element Encyclopedia

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DINING ROOM

As a room where you may nurture others by serving food, the dining room may present concerns about your family. In your dream, the dining room with its furnishings and serving tools may express a great deal about your attitudes regarding giving and receiving love and nurturing.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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DINING ROOM

To dream that you are in a dining room indicates that you have a thirst for expertise and comprehension. There could be a significant choice in your life.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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DINING ROOM

Dreams that take place in a dining room represents common bonds. You are ingesting a similar ideology and belief system with the people with whom you are dining.

If the dining room is empty or chaotic then you are dealing with unresolved family issues.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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DINING ROOM

Dreams set in dining rooms are symbolic of relationship status.

If the feeling and events of the dream were positive, this means you are happy in a real life relationship.

If the dream was negative or frightening, you may be feeling nervous or guilty about a friendship situation.

To dream of being alone in a dining room, especially if you were watching others eat, means you are feeling sad and left out. You need more fulfillment, love and friendship in your waking life.... My Dream Interpretation

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DINING ROOM

Every room is an expression of the consciousness of that room’s purpose.

A dining room is a place where food is shared with others. There are two elements to this image that bear consideration. One is the act of taking in nurturance and sustenance; the other is the desire to share this act in community. Whatever is happening in the dining room of your dream is a reflection of these principles in your waking life.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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DINING ROOM TABLE

A dining room table may represent symbolically your ideas about being nurtured and how your ideas may offer others something substantial. Thus, a table that is long with two chairs at opposite ends might comment on the distance that you feel between yourself and another.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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DRESSING ROOM

(Dresser; Fitting room; Wardrobe) A dressing room means what a comb represents in a dream.

A dressing room in a dream also represents a husband for a single girl, or a chaste and a hard-working wife for a single man.

(Also see Comb; Wardrobe)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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DRESSING ROOM

To dream about a dressing room suggests that you are going through a transition period in your life.

If you dreamed of putting on a new outfit in one, good luck is ahead for you. However, if you dreamed of getting/being undressed in one, or being trapped in one, you will have setbacks and may not get everything you want.... My Dream Interpretation

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DRESSING ROOM

The dressing room is essentially about preparation for some heightened form of expression. Look to where in your life you are gearing up to be expressive in a particular way. Additionally, you may be hesitating to take risks around putting yourself out there by staying too long in the dressing room.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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EMERGENCY ROOM

Ambulance, fear of accident; you are looking for help.

Folklore: Your wishes will be fulfilled quickly.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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EMERGENCY ROOM

If you dreamed of an emergency room, you are worried that you didn’t do a thorough job on a recent project. You may also wish to look up “Ambulance”.... My Dream Interpretation

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EXTENDED FAMILY

(Such as cousins, aunts, uncles) members of the extended family usually appear in dreams either as themselves, highlighting our relationship with them, or typifying various aspects of our own personality that are recognizable.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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FAMILY

To dream of one’s family as harmonious and happy, is significant of health and easy circumstances; but if there is sickness or contentions, it forebodes gloom and disappointment. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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FAMILY

1. Concern over family matters or worries.

2. Self, male and female attributes and roles in personality; self-nurturing.

3. Good fortune, better circumstances in the offing (to dream of animal families). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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FAMILY

(See Dependents)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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FAMILY

To dream of your family members can be an attempt to draw attention to your relationship with them, Jer. 12:6 NLT.

If a dream contains relatives who are deceased it can be showing you a generational curse or blessing that originates with that particular relative.

If the dead relative is dripping with oil, radiant, and joyous it symbolizes eternal life, 1 Jn. 3:9 NLT... Christian Dream Symbols

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FAMILY

If you dream of a large family this means that your fortunes in life are looking up, but if the family is unhappy or bickering it will denote the opposite for you. It would mean the same if the family is an animal family.

If the family is very sad expect some adverse reactions in your financial structure.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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FAMILY

From our family we leam most of the positive and negative patterns of relationship and attitudes towards living, which we carry into daily events. Father’s uncertainty in deal­ing with people, or his anxiety in meeting change, may be the roots of our own difficulties in those areas.

If our mother is unable to develop a feeling contact with us, we may lack the confidence to meet our emotions.

Our maturation as a man or woman calls us in some way to meet and integrate our childhood desire, which includes sexual desire for our parent of the opposite sex, and rivalry with, mingled with dependence on, the parent of the same sex. Even a missing parent, the mother or father who died or left, is a potent figure internally.

An absence of a father’s or mother’s love or presence can be as traumatic as any power­fully injuring event. Our parents in our dreams are the image (full of power and feeling) of the formative forces and experi­ences of our identity. They are the ground, the soil, the bloody carnage, out of which our sense of self emerged. But our iden­tity cannot gain any real independence while still dominated by these internal forces of our creation. Heraclitus said we cannot swim in the same river twice; attempting to repeat or compete with the vinues of a parent is a misapprehension of the true nature of our own personality. Sec individuation.

Family group: The whole background of experience which makes up our values and views. This background is made up of thousands of different obvious and subtle things such as social status; amount of books in the home; how parents feel about themselves; how they relate to life outside the family; whether dominant roles are encouraged; what nationality par­ents are; what unconscious social attitudes surround the fam­ily (i.e. the master and servant, or dominating employer and subservient employee, roles which typified England at the turn of the century still colour many attitudes in the UK). Simply put, it is our internal ‘family’ of urges and values; the overall feeling tone of our family life—security, domination, whatever it was, the unconscious coping patterns of the fam­ily.

Parents together in dream: our general wisdom, back­ground of information and experience from which we make important decisions or gain intuitive insights. Parents also de­pict the rules and often irrational disciplinary codes we learnt as a child which still speak to us from within, and perhaps pass on to our own children without reassessment. These in­clude everything from ‘Don’t speak with your mouth full’ to the unspoken Masturbation is unholy/

Dead parent in dream: the beginning of independence from parent; repression of the emotions they engendered in us, our emotions regarding our parent’s death; feelings about death. See dead people dreams.

Example: ‘My father was giving me and another woman some medicine. Something was being forced on us. I started to hit and punch him in the genitals and, when he was facing the other way, in the backside. I seemed to be just the right height to do this and I had a very angry feeling that I wanted to hurt him as he had hurt me’ (Audrey V). Hurting, burying , killing parent: in the example Audrey’s height shows her as a child. She is releasing anger about the attitudes and situations her father forced down her throat’.

To be free of the intro­verted restraints and ready made values gathered from our parents, at some time in our growth we may kill or bury them. Although some people arc shocked by such dreams, they are healthy signs of emerging independence. Old myths of killing the chief so the tribe can have a new leader depict this pro­cess. When father or mother are dead’ in our dream, we can inherit all the power gained from whatever was positive in the relationship. Seeing parent drunk, incapable, foolish: another means of gaining independence from internalised values or stultifying drives to ‘honour’ or admire father or mother.

father

Generally positive: authority; ability in the external world; family or social conventions, how we relate to the ‘doer’ in us; physical strength and protectiveness; the will to be. Generally negative: introvened aggression; dominance by fear of other people’s authority, uncaring sexual drive; feelings of not being loved. See father under archetypes; man.

mother

Generally positive: feelings; ability in relationships; uniting spirit of family; how we relate to feelings in a relation­ship; strength to give of self and nunure; intuition. Generally negative: will based on irrational likes and dislikes; opinion generated by anxiety or jealousy; domination by emotions; lack of bonding. See Great Mother under archetypes; woman.

siblings and children

Whether brother, sister, daughter or son (see below in this entry), the most general use in our dreams is to depict an aspect of ourself. However it is almost universal to believe with great conviction that our dream is about the person in our dream.

A mother seeing a son die in her dream often goes through great anxiety because there lurks in her a sense of it being a precognitive dream. Vinually everyone at some time dreams about members of their close family dying or being killed—lots of mothers dream this, and their chil­dren live till 80. But occasionally children do die. Is the dream then precognitive, or is it coincidental?

Example: ‘I was walking along a rather dusty track carrying my younger son who would be around 10 months old and I was feeling rather tired. Suddenly I met a man who stopped to talk to me and commented I looked rather weary carrying the baby. He said, come with me and look over this wall and you will see such a sight that will gladden your hean. By standing on tiptoe I could just see over the wall and the sight I beheld took my breath away, it was so beautiful’ (Johan E). Here Johan’s son depicts the weight of responsibility she feels.

The beauty is her own resources of strength in motherhood.

Example: ‘I have just given binh to twins and they lay on the floor. We started to care for them. My mother took them to the doctor for his advice while I went to see my married sister who has two children. I met them there with the twins so that my sister could give her opinion on the babies. She had recent experience of childbirth and could tell us if the babies were good specimens’ (Miss E). Miss E has no children of her own, so she is uncertain of her own capacity to have and raise them.

The mother depicts her own mothering abilities, which seek confidence from an authority figure. Her sister is her own nearest experience of childbirth. So out of what she has leamt from observing her sister, she is assessing her own qualities.

Most often the family member depicts the qualities in our­self which we feel are part of the character of the person dreamt of. So the passionate one in the family would depict our passions; the intellectual one our own mind, the anxious one our hesitations. Use the questions in dream processing to define this. Having done this, can you observe what the dream depicts? For Miss E it would be questions regarding mother­hood.

Example: ‘My daughter told me the only positive part of my work in a helping profession was with a woman who had turned from it to religion. There followed a long and powerful interchange in which I said she had as yet no mind of her own. She was dominated by her mother’s anxiety, and the medical rationalism of her training. When she had dared to step beyond her own anxieties to integrate the lessons of her own life, then I would listen again’ (Desmond S). Desmond was divorced and struggling with his own pain and guilt about leaving his daughter while still a teenager. His daughter de­picts this conflict between his feelings and his rational self.

brother

Oneself, or the denied pan of self, meeting whatever is met in the dream; feelings of kinship; sense of rivalry, feel­ings about a brother. Woman’s dream, younger brother: out­going but vulnerable self; rivalry. Woman’s dream, older brother, authority, one’s capable outgoing self. Man’s dream, younger brother: vulnerable feelings; oneself at that age. Man’s dream, older brother: experience; authority, feelings of persecution. See boy; man. Idioms: big brother, brothers in arms; blood brother.

sister

Feeling self, or the lesser expressed pan of self; rival; feelings about a sister. Man s dream, younger sister: vulnera­ble emotions; rival for love of parents. Man’s dream, older sister: capable feeling self; feelings of persecution. Woman’s dream , younger sister: one’s experiences at that age; vulnera­ble feelings, rival for parents’ love. Woman’s dream, older sister: capable feeling self. See girl; woman. Idioms: sisters under the skin.

daughter

One’s relationship with the daughter, the daughter, or son, can represent what happens in a marnage between husband and wife.

The child is what has arisen from the bonding, however momentary, of two people. In dreams the child therefore is sometimes used to depict how the relation­ship is faring. So a sick daughter might show the feelings in the relationship being ‘ill’.

In a mother’s dream: often feelings of suppon or compan­ionship; feelings of not being alone in the area of emotional bonds; or one’s feeling area; responsibility; the ties of parent­hood; oneself at that age; one’s own urges, difficulties, hurts, which may still be operative. Also a comparison; the mother might see the daughter’s youth, opportunity, and have feelings about that. So the daughter may represent her sense of lost opportunity and youth—even envy, competition in getting the desire of a man.

In a father’s dream: one’s feeling self, the feelings or diffi­culties about the relationship with daughter; the struggles one’s own feeling self goes through to mature, how the sexual feelings are dealt with in a family—occurs especially when she starts courting; sister, parental responsibility; one’s wife when younger. Someone else’s daughter: feelings about one’s own daughter, feelings about younger women.

Example: 1 am standing outside a supermarket with heavy bags wearing my mac, though the sun is warm. My daughter and two friends are playing music and everyone stops to lis­ten. I start to wnte a song for them, but they pack up and go on a bus whilst I am still writing. I am left alone at the bus stop with my heavy burden of shopping, feeling incredibly unwanted’ (Mrs F). Such dreams of the daughter becoming independent can occur as soon as the child starts school, per­sisting until the mother finds a new attitude. See child; woman.

son

Extroverted self; desires connected with self expression; feelings connected with son; parental responsibility. Mother’s dream: one’s ambitions; potential, hopes; your marriage—see example.

Example: ‘My wife and I were walking out in the country­side. I looked around suddenly and saw my four-year-old son near a hole. He fell in and I raced back.

The hole was narrow but very deep. I could see water at the bottom but no sign of my son. I didn’t know whether I could leap down and save him or whether it was too narrow. Then somehow he was out. His heart was just beating’ (Richard H). Richard had argued with his wife in such a way he feared the stability of their marriage.

The son represents what they had created together —a child, a marriage.

The marriage survived, as his dream self-assessed it would. Death of son: a mother often kills off her son in her dreams as she sees him make moves towards independence. This can happen from the first day of school on. Example: T am on a very high bridge over an extremely wide and deep river with steep banks. My son does a double somersault over the railing, falls into the water. I think he is showing off. I am unable to save him. My son is 18 and has staned a structural engineering course at university’ (Joyce H).

The showing-off suggests Joyce feels her son is doing daring things with his life, and the relationship in its old form dies.

Father’s dream: yourself at that age; what qualities you see in your son; your own possibilities, envy of youth and oppor­tunities; nvalry. Someone else’s son: feelings about one’s own son; feelings about younger men. Dead son: see dead people dreams. Sec boy. See also man; first example in falling.

wife

Depicts how you see the relationship with your wife; your relationship with your sexuality; sexual and emotional desire and pleasure; how you relate to intimacy in body, mind and spirit; your feeling, intuitive nature; habits of relationship developed with one’s mother. Example: ‘My wife was trying to get me out of her life, and out of the house. It was as if she were attempting to push me into a feeling of tension and rejection which would make me leave’ (David P). Out of childhood experience, in which his mother repeatedly threat­ened to give him away, David was finding it difficult to com­mit himself emotionally to his wife. In the dream his wife represents these feelings, so he sees her—his anxiety and pain —pushing him to break up the marriage.

Example: I was standing with my wife at the end of the garden of the house I lived in as a child. We were looking over the fence to the rising meadow beyond. She said, “Look at that bird in the tree there.” On our right, in a small ash tree, an enormous owl perched. It was at least 4 feet high, the biggest bird I have ever seen. I recognised it in the dream as a greater hooded owl, which was not native to our country. I was so excited I ran into the house to telephone someone— zoo, police, newspapers?—to tell them about the bird. I can­not remember contacting anyone, but felt the bird was there in some way to meet me. Also it was hungry and looking at next door’s bantams. So I wondered what I could give it to eat’ (David P). This shows the positive side of David’s rela­tionship with his wife.

The garden is the boundanes which arose from his childhood. But he is growing—the garden— and looking beyond them in connection with his marnage.

The amazing bird is the deep feelings he touches because he has a mate, like any other natural creature. Out of his mating he becomes aware of drives to build a home—nest—and give himself to his mate. These are natural and are a pan of his unconscious or spiritual nature.

The bird is a hooded owl which can see in the dark—the unconscious—because David is realising things he had never seen’ before.

The bird is masked, meaning putting the ego aside, which is a necessity for touching the wider dimension of life or the unconscious.

The hunger of the bird shows an intimate detail of what David has learnt from his wife. She had been working as a waitress and bringing home pieces of chicken for him, saved from her own meal.

The spiritual side of David wants to develop this quality of selfgiving, which his wife’s love had helped him see.

Example: ‘1 have been a widower since January 1979, hav­ing married in October 1941. I continually dream I am in London where my business was. I am walking the streets with my wife and suddenly I see her ahead of me in a yellow raincoat and hat. I call her and try to catch up, but suddenly she vanishes. In spite of calling and searching I cannot find her’ (Douglas G). This is a common theme dreamt by widow­ers or widows, disappearance of spouse. Douglas has ‘lost’ his wife. His dream shows the paradox of love after death of panner. His love is still there, years after her death. He is possibly still trying to love his wife as an externally real per­son. so his feelings can make no connection.

To meet what actually remains of his wife, within himself, he would need to face his own internal grieving, emotions, and all the feelings, memories, angers and beauty which make up the living re­mains of his wife within him. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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FAMILY

Fulfillment of the need for protection and security, as in Notice-of’Intention-to-Marry, Bureaucrat, Tree Trunk, Sidewalk, and Parents’ House. On an objective level, the “own” family that is often unconsciously experienced aggressively. On a subjective level, needs, emotions, and partly reflecting the characteristics of self. It can also refer to other groups (at work, friends, etc.)

According to Freud, a symbol for secrets.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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FAMILY

1- “flic family is the first basic security image that a child has. Often, through circumstances not within that child’s control, that image becomes distorted, and dreams will either attempt to put this image right or will confirm the distortion. Thus we may dream of an argument with a family member, but the interpretation will depend on both the circumstances of the dream and our everyday relationship with that person. All future relationships are influenced by the ones we first develop within the family.

Psychologically the struggle for individuality should take place within the safety of the family unit. This, however, docs not always happen. In dreams we are able to ‘manipulate’ the images of our family members, so that we can work through our difficulties without harming anyone else (It is interesting to note that one person working on his own dreams can have a profound noticeable cffcct on the interactions and unconscious bondings between other members of his family). Almost all of the problems we encounter in life are reflected within the family, so in times of sUess we will dream of previous problems and difficulties that the family has experienced.

The Spiritual Triangle.

A group in which we feel safe.

Since relationships in the family- are so important, dreams containing family members can have extra significance. Some typical dreams are:

A man’s mother being transformed into another woman

A man’s first closc relationship with a woman is with his mother. Depending on the circumstances of the dream, such a transformation can be either positive or negative. It can be a sign of growth for him to realise, through dream, that he can let mother go. This transformation indicates some change in his perception of women (sec Airima).

A woman’s father, brother or lover turning into someone else Similarly, a woman’s first relationship with the male is usually with her father. She must learn to walk away from that relationship in order to progress onto fuller relationships. When she can handle her Animus (See Introduction), she is ready for that transformation.

A man’s brother or a woman’s sister appearing in a dream often represents the Shadow (See Introduction). Often it is easier to project the negative side of our personalities onto members of the family.

If this projection is allowed to continue, it can cause difficulty with family relationships in later life. Often the solution will present itself in dreams to enable us to come to terms with our own projections. “fhe pattern of aggressions between familv members is fairly typical, but oddly is often easier to work through in dreams than in everyday life.

Dreams about the family figure so prominently because most of the conflicts and problems in life are experienced first within that environment.

It is as though a pattern is laid down which, until it is broken willingly, will continue to appear.

Confusion of family members e.g. mother’s face on father’s body suggests that we may be having problems in deciding which parent is most important to us. Family members suffering from injury or trauma or appearing to be distorted in some way may reflect the dreamer’s fear for, or about, that person.

A family member continually appearing in dreams or, conversely, not appearing when expected The relationship with that person (or the dreamer’s concept of that person) needs to be better understood.

Dreaming of an incestuous relationship may indicate that the dreamer has become obsessed in some way with the other person.

The dream has occurred in order to highlight either the importance or the potential danger - of such a relationship.

Dreamer’s parents crushing the dreamer and thus forcing rebellion. This suggests that the dreamer needs to break away from learnt childhood behaviour and develop as an individual.

Dreaming of a parent’s death can also have the same significance. When a parent appears in our own environment, we will have learnt to change roles within the parent/child relationship and perhaps will accept our parents as friends. Parents behaving inappropriately can indicate our need to recognise that they are only human, and not as perfcct as we had first perceived.

Dreaming of rivalry with one parent When a child is first born, it moves through extreme self- involvement to an exclusive relationship, usually with mother. Onlv later docs he or she becomc aware of the need for a different relationship with a third person. Often this relationship causes the child to question his or her own validity as a person. When this question is not resolved successfully it may persist in the dream image of conflict with a parent.

Dreaming of conflict between a loved one and a member of one’s family The dreamer has not fully differentiated between his needs and desire for each person. Learning how to love outside the family is a sign of maturity.

The figure of a family member intruding in dreams suggests that family loyalties can get in the way within the dreamer’s everyday life. Rivalry between siblings in dreams usually harks back to a feeling of insecurity and doubt, possibly as to whether we are loved enough within the family framework.

Individual members and then- position within the family can symbolise the various archetypes. Thus, father can represent the masculine principle and authority; whereas mother represents the nurturing, protective principle. Brother As already stated, a brother can represent both feelings of kinship and of rivalry. In a man’s dream an older brother can represent experience and authority, while a younger brother suggests vulnerability and possibly lack of maturity. In a woman’s dream, a younger brother can represent a sense of rivalry, but also of vulnerability; whether her own or her brother’s.

An older brother can signify her extrovert self.

Daughter When the relationship with a daughter is highlighted in dreams, it often represents the outcome of the relationship between husband and wife. In a woman’s dream, the relationship with the daughter usually suggests a mutually supportive one although rivalry and jealousy can arise and needs to be dealt with. Sometimes this can safely be done in dreams. In a man’s dream his daughter may represent his fears and doubts about his own ability to handle his vulnerability.

Extended family (such as cousins, aunts, uncles)

Members of the extended family usually appear in dreams either as themselves, or as typifying various parts of ourselves which arc recognisible.

Father If the relationship with father has been successful in waking life, the image of father in dreams will be a positive one. Father represents authority and the conventional forms of law and order. In a man’s life father becomes a role model, whether appropriate or not.

It is often only when the individual realises that he is not being true to his own nature that dreams can point the way to a more successful life. In a woman’s life, father is the ‘pattern’ on whom she bases all later relationships. When she appreciates that she longer need use this pattern. she is often able to work out in dreams a more appropriate way to have a mature relationship.

If the relationship with father has been a difficult or negative one, there mav be some resistance to resolving the various conflicts which will have arisen. Often this can be accomplished in dreams. Grandparents Grandparents appearing in dreams can highlight our attitude to them, but also to the traditions and beliefs handed down by them. It could be said that grandparents do not know whether they have clone a good job of raising their children until their sins and daughters have children of their own.

Husband/Live in partner

Crucial within the husband/wife relationship are the wife’s feelings about her own sexuality and intimacy of body, mind and spirit. Her view of herself will have been formed by her connection with her father, and any subsequent partnering will be coloured by that attachment.

If her doubts and fears about validity are not properly expressed, they will surface in dreams about the loss, or death, of her husband. They may also be projected onto other women’s husbands.

Mother A child’s relationship with mother is pivotal in its development. Largely it is the first relationship which the child develops, and should be perceived by the child as a nurturing, caring one.

If this does not happen, fears and doubts may arise. In a man’s life this may result in continually developing dependent relationships with older women, or denying his right to a relationship completely. In a woman’s life, her relationship with her mother will colour all other relationships. She may find herself pushed into nurturing the needy male, or in forming relationships with both men and women which do not satisfv her basic needs. There arc many ways through dreams of working through relationships with mother, and much can be gained by daring to take this step. Provided one has come to terms with this relationship, much material and spiritual success can be achieved.

Sister The sister in dreams usually represents the feeling side of ourselves. VVe have the ability to make links with that side of ourselves through being able to understand our sister’s personality. In a man’s dream if she is older, the sister can represent the potential for persecution, but also of caring.

If she is younger then she can epitomise the more vulnerable side of him. In a woman’s dream if the sister is younger, she can represent rivalry.

If older she stands for capability. Son The son in dreams can signify the dreamer’s need for self- expression and for extroversion. He can also signify parental responsibility. In a mother’s dream he may represent one’s ambitions, hope and potential. In a father’s dream he can highlight unfulfilled hopes and dreams. Wife/Live in partner The wife/husband relationship is based on how the man perceives himself to be.

If he has previously formed a good, if not successful relationship with his mother, he will attempt to prove himself a good husband through his dreams. He will experience potential loss and death of his partner in the same way as he experienced the ‘loss’ of his mother.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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FAMILY

A large and happy family seen in a dream is an omen of family happiness.

A family of animals seen in their natural environment portends profit in your business.... The Complete Dream Book

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FAMILY

If you dream of a large family this means that your fortunes in life are looking up, but if the family is unhappy or bickering it will denote the opposite for you. It would mean the same if the family is an animal family.

If the family is very sad expect some adverse reactions in your financial structure.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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FAMILY

To dream of a numerous Family is a good sign of prosperous times in store; also to dream of relatives as long as they are friendly.... Mystic Dream Book

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FAMILY

Dreams of family symbolize loyalty, strength, unconditional love and deeply rooted belief systems from you tribe. This dream could be an indication that healing among your family members is taking place or is forthcoming.

If you dream of a family member can literally be that you are processing the details of your recent interactions with a particular relative, or you are beginning to disidentify with your family mythology as you begin to autonomize and discover your own beliefs and attitudes. Also, because as every character in your dream is a reflection of you, consider the qualities and attributes you ascribe to this relative and realize that you are grappling with this aspect of yourself. See Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, Uncle, Aunt, Grandfather and Grandmother.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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FAMILY

The family symbolizes the spiritual triangle, the unification of love and wisdom from which arises power.

It is also a group in which we feel safe.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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FAMILY

Psychological / emotional perspective: Psychologically the struggle for individuality should take place within the safety of the family unit. This, however, does not always happen. In dreams we are able to ‘manipulate’ the images of our family members, so that we can work through our difficulties without harming anyone else (it is interesting to note that one person working on his own dreams can have a profound noticeable effect on the interactions and unconscious bondings between other members of his family). Almost all of the problems we encounter in life are reflected within the family, so in times of stress we will dream of previous problems and difficulties that the family has experienced. Dreams about the family figure so prominently because most of the conflicts and problems in life are experienced first within that environment.

It is as though a pattern is laid down which, until it is broken willingly, will continue to appear. Individual members and their position within the family can also symbolize the various archetypes – father can represent the masculine principle and authority, whereas mother represents the nurturing, protective principle.

For ease of reference the relevance of each figure in men’s and women’s dreams is included under each heading. Because we have had an intimate connection with members of the family they become easy targets for projection as dream images. We do have to decide whether they are in our dreams as themselves or whether they are there in a symbolic capacity.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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FAMILY

Material aspects: The family is the first basic security image that we have. Often, through circumstances not within our control, that image becomes distorted, and dreams will either attempt to put this image right or will confirm the distortion. Thus we may dream of an argument with a family member, but the interpretation will depend on both the circumstances of the dream and our everyday relationship with that person. All future relationships are influenced by the ones we first develop within the family. Since relationships in the family are so important, dreams containing family members can have extra significance. Some typical dreams are: a man’s mother being transformed into another woman a man’s first close relationship with a woman is with his mother or mother figure. This transformation indicates some change in his perception of women. Depending on the circumstances of the dream, such a transformation can be either positive or negative.

For instance he may dream of his mother turning into his boss. This suggests he may have certain expectations as to how he should be treated. It can be a sign of growth for him to realize, through dreams, that he can let mother go.

A woman’s father, brother or lover turning into someone else similarly, a woman’s first relationship with the male is usually with her father or father figure. She must learn to walk away from that relationship in order to progress onto fuller relationships. When she can handle her animus she is ready for that transformation.

A man’s brother or a woman’s sister appearing in a dream this often represents the shadow. Often it is easier to project the negative side of our personalities onto members of the family.

If this projection is allowed to continue, and not understood, it can cause difficulty with family relationships. Often the solution will present itself in dreams to enable us to come to terms with our own projections.

The pattern of aggressions between family members is fairly typical, but oddly is often easier to work through in dreams than in everyday life. Confusion of family members (e.G. Mother’s face on father’s body) this suggests that we may be having problems in deciding which parent or person is most important to us. Family members suffering from injury or trauma or appearing to be distorted in some way may reflect our fear for, or about, that person.

A family member continually appearing in dreams or, conversely, not appearing when expected shows that the relationship with that person (or our concept of them) needs to be better understood.

Dreaming of an incestuous relationship may indicate that we have become obsessed in some way with the other person. We are searching for integration of their qualities within ourselves. Parents crushing us and thus forcing rebellion this suggests that we need to break away from learnt childhood behaviour and develop as an individual.

Dreaming of a parent’s death can also have the same significance. When a parent appears in our own environment, we will have learnt to change roles within the parent / child relationship and perhaps will accept our parents as friends. Parents behaving inappropriately in dreams can indicate our need to recognize that they are only human, and not as perfect as we had first perceived. In tribal societies the rite of passage between childhood and adulthood is clearly marked, by initiation. Rivalry with one or both parents is highlighted in dreams when such a transformation is not properly handled and our feelings and emotions have not been given due validity.

Dreaming of conflict between a loved one and a member of our family this shows we have not fully differentiated between our needs and desire for each person. Learning how to love outside the family is a sign of maturity.

The figure of a family member intruding in dreams suggests that family loyalties can get in the way within our everyday life. Rivalry between siblings in dreams usually harks back to a feeling of insecurity and doubt, possibly as to whether we are loved enough within the family framework.

Dreaming of being adopted suggests that we feel out of place and in some way different to other members of the family. This dream often occurs as teenagers are growing towards maturity.

Dreaming of having any family member e.G.

A brother – when we do not have one in waking life denotes our search for completion and ‘missing’ parts of our personality.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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FAMILY

If you dream about your family, it may be a way for your mind to express feelings and concerns about your real faimly that you could not express in daily life. Some believe that this dream usually has nothing to do with your actual family members, but rather the male and female sides of your own personality or self. So in a dream, your father may represent your expressive and protective aspects, while your mother could stand for your receptive and nurturing side.

If family members behave very differently in a dream than they do in real life, or if unexpected things happen when you are with your dream family, the dream is probably a way of releasing your anxiety about real-life family issues.

For instance, if you dream of a family member trying to hurt or kill you, it reflects a real-life concern about this person. They are acting in a way that hurts you, or threatens your emotional happiness. Also see “Father”, “Mother” and “Relatives”... My Dream Interpretation

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FAMILY

Soul group. ... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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FAMILY

A dream of a large and/or happy family, whether human or animal, predicts a general upswing in all your interests.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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FAMILY

Integration of roles or aspects of self. Usually everyone portrayed represents you, although it could show you the dynamics of the relationship with a particular family member.... The Dream Books Symbols

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FAMILY

Dreaming of your family indicates the need for a return to basics, to a part of yourself from where you have been running away.

If you fight with family it means you are dragging internal conflicts that affect your life. But if the relationship is good it means that you seek harmony.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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FAMILY

All the people in your dreams represent aspects of you, the dreamer. When they are known to you, the dream can also be reflecting your outside relationships in the waking world. However, the most value in interpreting such a dream still connects to how the people represent aspects of yourself. This is the most difficult to do when the people in your dreams are members of your family. You are who you are in life as a result of the role you played in the dynamics of your family. As you grow and mature through life, you will have a sense of your identity changing. However, if your family of origin creates the setting and characters of a dream, you can interpret such a dream as relating to your personality and identity as it relates to your first few decades of life.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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FAMILY

Because each person’s family experiences are so involved and vary so much from individual to individual it is difficult to say anything definitive about families in dreams.

If the dream does not seem connected to our actual family, then it could relate to our inner “family,” the different aspects of our own psyche.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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FAMILY

Family relationships have been studied and written about for centuries, from the brothers Cain and Abel, through Joseph the favored son, to evil stepmothers in fairy stories and Mrs Robinson in The Graduate.

Whilst whole schools of family therapy have been developed to help address the issues that emerge within a family context, it is worthwhile looking at one theory of a child’s development into an adult as it sheds much light on dreams about the family. This is Jung’s theory of the process of ‘individuation’, one of his most interesting and important theories. In short, individuation refers to the processes involved in becoming a self-aware and independent human being. The area of being to which we refer when we say ‘I’ or ‘me’ is our sense of self, which Jung calls the ego. A vital part of the process of individuation is to meet and integrate, or become independent of, your childhood patterns. This includes desire for the love of the parent of the opposite sex, rivalry mingled with dependence with the parent of the same sex, and the move away from total dependence on both parents.

An absence of a father’s or mother’s love can be especially traumatic, as parents are the soil out of which your sense of self must emerge. And even if your parents are no longer alive or you never had a relationship with them, their impact on your psyche can be just as profound. Without a doubt, parents are powerful, emotive figures in dreams but a person’s identity cannot gain any real independence while still dominated by these internal forces. Psychologically, this struggle for individuality should take place within the safety of the family unit.

Unfortunately this does not always happen and in dreams, images of family members may be manipulated so that issues and conflicts that have been unresolved during Jung’s process of individuation can be worked out.

Family dreams are so common because most of the conflicts and problems in your waking life are experienced first within a psychological environment laid down by your family. It is as if a pattern has been imprinted that will continue to appear until it is broken willingly. The way you were brought up has such a profound effect on your psychological health that any dream you have of family members will probably have a unique and highly specific meaning to you, depending on what your family means to you, your own experience of family life and other related attitudes. Because there is such variety here, you will need first to define your present relationship and feelings about the member of your family that features in the dream.

Individual family members can represent the various archetypes in your dreams. For example, the father can represent the masculine principle of authority and discipline, whilst the mother represents the feminine principle of nurturing and protection. In many instances, dreams featuring your family members can be reassuring. They may give you confidence and guidance, as well as a feeling that you are supported and loved. On the other hand, they may also highlight current or longterm problems within your family or personal relationships. Because they can replicate values, attitudes and emotional or social responses towards living that you have absorbed from your family, all future relationships outside the family are influenced in some way by the ones you first develop within your family. In times of stress, therefore, your dreams might use scenarios involving family members to try and put things right or reveal and confirm the conflict.

Bear in mind that each dream about a family member must be considered in context, and what the idea of a family means to you may not mean the same to another person. For example, Western concepts such as individuation, sibling rivalry or Freud’s Oedipus complex would make no sense in those cultures where an uncle or grandparent is considered no less significant than mothers or fathers. See also RELATIONSHIPS.... The Element Encyclopedia

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FAMILY MEMBERS

All people in a dream represent aspects of your own personality. This is also true of family members, although such dreams may also be reflecting your waking-life relationships as well. Your first relationships in life are with the individuals who make up your family of origin, and all the relationships you have for the rest of your life are reflections of these original dynamics. When interpreting a dream that involves a family member, consider the qualities of that person first and the relationship you have to the person second. Each person in your family lives inside you as an aspect of your personality based on these qualities. Parents relate more to a sense of personal authority. Siblings connect with different choices or behaviors in your waking life. When a family member appears in a dream, ask yourself what quality the person embodies that might be called for in some situation or circumstance in your waking life at the time of the dream.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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FAMILY OCCASION

Dreams that focus on happy family gettogethers, celebrations, anniversaries, meals or meetings could be explained as wish-fulfillment, nostalgia or even anticipation. Perhaps your dreaming mind is recalling a happy event from the past or mourning the loss of those happy times when the family was all together. You may also be looking forward to meeting up with your family in the future.

If the family dream is stressful, however, your dreaming mind may have conjured up images of real or imagined family arguments, disagreements, tensions and grudges to highlight and bring to your attention those unresolved tensions associated with your family life that are still holding you back in your waking life; for example, sibling rivalry or lack of respect for authority or the parent figure. Alternatively if your family life is healthy and happy, and you still have dreams in which family arguments occur, your dreaming mind may conjure up such images to highlight possible feelings of insecurity; perhaps you feel that you are failing to live up to the standards and expectations of your relatives.... The Element Encyclopedia

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FAMILY SUPPORT

(Alimony; Maintenance) To provide support for one’s family and relatives in a dream mean prosperity, protection for one’s children and concern for one’s posterity. Whatever expenses one spends to support his family in a dream will be money he will receive in wakefulness.

If one finds himself unwillingly giving family support or alimony to his wife in a dream, it means hypocrisy, or that he is nearing his death.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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FITTING ROOM

(See Dressing room)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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FITTING ROOM

To dream about a change room suggests that you are going through a transition period in your life.

If you dreamed of putting on a new outfit in one, good luck is ahead for you. However, if you dreamed of getting/being undressed in one, or being trapped in one, you will have setbacks and may not get everything you want.... My Dream Interpretation

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GROOM

This is symbolic of Christ or the sun, Ps. 19:5... Christian Dream Symbols

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GROOM

Longing for a permanent relationship.

A need for connecting with the other side of the Self. See Bride / Bridegroom.

Folklore: A warning of false friends.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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GROOM

(see Bride, Engagement, Men, Wedding)

For a man soon to marry, or his partner, a situational dream that needs no further interpretation.

In earlier times, it was the groom’s responsibility to protect his lady. On the dream plane, this may equate to a guardian of some type who watches over you (see Angel, Ghost).... The Language of Dreams

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GROOM

Legal affairs will be made known to you probably to your advantage.... Mystic Dream Book

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GROOM

See Bride Groom.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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GROOM

See bridegroom... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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GROOM

To dream about a groom (or that you are a groom), represents your commitment to a relationship or situation. You may be teaming up with someone for a fruitful project. This dream can also suggest that your strong, assertive side is getting ready to merge with your intuitive, nurturing side.... My Dream Interpretation

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GROOM

To dream of an animal being groomed signifies news of a legal nature.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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GROOM

The strong assertive part of self getting ready to merge with our creative/intuitive feminine side. See Wedding, Bride, Bridegroom.... The Dream Books Symbols

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GROOMING

Removing flaws from one’s life in order for a new spiritual beginning to take place; see “pruning”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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HIDDEN ROOM

This is a universal dream about previously unknown or hidden resources.

A house or home of any kind represents the dreamer’s sense of self.

If you discover a room that you didn’t know was there, it is like finding a new aspect of yourself that was formerly unknown. This can be interpreted as something that is just becoming available to you, such as new thoughts, resources, or strengths that exist in you but were previously unavailable or untapped. What you find in a hidden room should figure prominently in your interpretation. Your association with anything you seek or discover should be considered as symbolic of a resource that you already possess but are just now able to utilize. Not all hidden room dreams are pleasant; some can be quite disturbing.

If this is the case, remember that if you find something troubling within your psyche, accepting and incorporating such shadow elements is crucial to facilitating integration.

If the room suddenly disappears, consider that the resource you counted on finding within yourself may not be as fully formed as you had thought. No matter what the sensibility of the discovery, this image is always an embodiment of the possibility that at any moment in life, more can be revealed.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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HOME (FAMILY)

If you dream of visiting your old family home you will hear some very good news.

If the home itself, is in a dilapidated condition and general neglect, this then is an omen that you will soon hear of the death of a close relative or a very dear friend.

If you go home and find everything much the same as it was and you feel and express joy in the dream you will find love and joy in your present home.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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KALE / LEEK / MUSHROOM / ONION

In dreams, kale represents a personal need of some kind; only you will know what that need is. Pay attention to the color and condition of the kale, as they will help you with the interpretation. To dream of leeks represents a positive force, or the need for a positive force against an aspect of negativity in some area of your life. Often mentioned in Chinese literature and legend, many species of mushroom have hallucinogenic properties. They can take you away from mundane existence so if they appear in a dream, could they suggest your need for time out or for more excitement and drama in your life? They may be also be a symbol of longevity or even of immortality. In dreams, onions typically suggest sorrow or something to cry about, no doubt because of the vegetable’s tendency to make the eyes water. According to ancient dream-lore, to see a quantity of onions represents the amount of envy and spite the dreamer will meet in their life. In dreams, onions can also suggest different layers of your personality, representing both the inner and the outer self, as well as the many layers in between.... The Element Encyclopedia

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KENNEDY FAMILY

1. Tragedy.

2. Dreams gone awry. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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LAUNDRY ROOM

Entenng the laundry room in a dream may signify the need to examine the attitudes and core beliefs about your self-image You may be ready to launder the old beliefs in your life.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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LIVING ROOM

1. Part of inner self shown to the public.

2. A woman (dreamed by man).

3. Core of identity. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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LIVING ROOM

The living room in a house is where you entertain and interact with fnends and family. Therefore, a dream taking place in the living room may reveal your attitudes about close social relationships.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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LIVING ROOM

To dream that you are in the living room indicates how you are as a person and how others perceive the way you live.

It is suggestive of your principles and beliefs.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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LIVING ROOM

When the entirety of the dream develops in your house, especially in the living room, it could point at the need to reunite more with your loved ones. As busy as you are, you will have to try not to lose sight of your family and friends, whose company is the basis for enjoying a balanced life.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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LIVING ROOM

A home is a symbol of the self. Each room in a home has a different specific meaning.

The living room is the consciousness of shared experiences. It relates to the parts of yourself that are less private and are accessible to the people you connect to in the world.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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LIVING ROOM

To dream that you are in the living room or lounge represents the image that you portray to others and the way in which you go about your life. It is representative of your basic beliefs about yourself and who you are, as—like the bedroom—this is a room in which you tend to relax and be yourself.

If your dream living room is crowded, cramped and full of strange furniture, this suggests a lack of privacy.

If it is taken up with office furniture, this suggests absorption with career. Don’t assume that a trashed living room or even a coffin in the middle of it mean that you are on the path to self-destruction.

Dreams such as these are pointing to qualities within yourself that can be changed or corrected by adjustments to your attitude and approach to life. When a living room features in your dream, take notice of those things that make it special or pleasant, as these are things within you that make your life rewarding.

If the room is ugly, leaky or damaged, consider what parts of your life these dream images represent and how they can be cleaned up, repaired or changed.... The Element Encyclopedia

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LOCKER ROOM

Symbolic of preparation or the time right before a major event in your life ... Christian Dream Symbols

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LOCKER ROOM

To dream that you are in a locker room denotes that you need time alone for relaxation and contemplation. It also means that you are in the process of experiencing some rough times in your waking life. It may also be that you are pursuing a love interest.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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LOCKER ROOM

To dream that you are in a locker room, suggests that you need time to cool off and calm down. It also indicates that you are involved in some competition or overcoming an obstacle in your life. Perhaps you are trying to pursue a love interest.

If you dream of being in a locker room of the opposite sex, you must take a more subtle approach if you want to win someone’s heart.

If you are naked or semi-clothed in the locker room, you may be feeling unprepared or unfit for a situation.... My Dream Interpretation

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LOCKER ROOM

The essence of the meaning of a locker room is the event that is being prepared for or returned from, usually a sporting event or some other physical fitness experience. There is nakedness, and therefore vulnerability is associated with this imagery. Consider whether or not your dream suggests that the locker room as a setting is connected to the before or the after of the implied event.

If before, then you are preparing for some sort of challenge ahead.

If after, then you are coming down off of some measure of exertion or effort. Your own school-age associations with locker rooms should be taken into consideration with your interpretation.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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MUSHROOM

To see mushrooms in your dreams, denotes unhealthy desires, and unwise haste in amassing wealth, as it may vanish in law suits and vain pleasures.

To eat them, signifies humiliation and disgraceful love.

For a young woman to dream of them, foretells her defiance of propriety in her pursuit of foolish pleasures.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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MUSHROOM

Something is growing out of the depths. It may be poisonous or nurturing. Drug-induced, ecstatic religious or sexual experiences. In addition, a symbol of the hidden energies of the earth and the importance of things that are very small.

According to Freud, a phallic symbol.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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MUSHROOM

Vision: Collecting mushrooms: be satisfied with a small profit and don’t chase high-flying plans. Good fortune can only be found away from the clamor of the world. Mushrooms sprouting out of the ground: an ongoing string of pleasant surprises. Eating mushrooms: you are getting ahead without difficulties.

Depth Psychology: In erotic dreams, the mushroom (a phallic symbol) expresses your sexual needs. In other dreams it warns against giving in to temptation: it could mean disaster; some mushrooms are poisonous.... Dreamers Dictionary

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MUSHROOM

To dream of mushrooms denotes corrupt and unscrupulous practices to gain wealth. This may work against you and engage you in lawsuits.

To dream that you are eating mushrooms implies that you will be disgraced and abandoned by persons you trust. You will be faced with multiple challenges and personal battles.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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MUSHROOM

Dreams of a mushroom symbolize gossip, and how quickly news travels. Perhaps you are feeling uncertainty about whether or not a relationship or career opportunity is poisonous or healthy for you.

If you dream of a magic mushroom, see Drug or Hallucinogenic.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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MUSHROOM CLOUD

Nuclear explosions, end-times warfare... Christian Dream Symbols

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MUSHROOMS

A fly-by-night type venture which exploits... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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MUSHROOMS

Eating mushrooms in a dream means longevity, recovering of a sick person from his illness, marriage of an unwed person, acquiring knowledge, guidance, money or a job.

(Also see Food)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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MUSHROOMS

To dream of eating them danger of death or personal sickness to the dreamer (Gypsy). Evidently an anxiety dream, expressed in the doubt of the mushrooms.... The Fabric of Dream

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MUSHROOMS

(see Vegetables)

Eating mushrooms among ancient Egyptians was a sign of rulership, as only the Pharaohs received this treat.

In Rome, an emblem of strength.

Metaphysics and / or the psychic nature coming to the forefront of your awareness. Shamans and medicine people have long known that some mushrooms produce visionary experiences. Additionally, they grow in dark, damp regions, equating with the fertile subconscious or Collective Unconscious.

The lunar aspects of the mushroom combine with fiery energy. Mushrooms are considered the child of lightning in folk tales. This provides a unique balance between conscious / logical thinking and the intuitive self. Consider if you have been heeding both voices equally of late.... The Language of Dreams

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If you see yourself gathering Mushrooms, your ventures will be fortunate. But if you are eating them, then be cautious in your business affairs.... Mystic Dream Book

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MUSHROOMS

If you dream of mushrooms, you are experiencing difficulty in a personal relationship. This dream also suggests you are a person with a creative nature.... My Dream Interpretation

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MUSHROOMS

A dream of mushrooms growing forecasts the accumulation of wealth through intelligent speculation; to dream of picking the mushrooms predicts prosperity and protection; to eat them signifies an improvement in status due to influential social contacts.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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MUSHROOMS

Grown totally in the dark, mushrooms can denote a very challenging situation or relationship, especially if the mushrooms are poisonous.

If seen growing wild in the forest’s moist earth, then the dreamer’s creative ideas may be the solution to the potentially dangerous situation the dreamer is concerned about.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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PAPERING A ROOM

This foretells the illness of a friend.... Mystic Dream Book

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RECEPTION ROOM

Pineal gland function.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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RESTROOM

1. Restoration, refreshment, often from emotional situa­tions.

2. A need or desire for “rest.” 3. Reverse: difficult endeav­ors are in the offing. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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RESTROOM

If you dream about a public restroom means that you may be due for a period of self-renewal. It’s time to get rid of some burdens or emotions that are weighing you down. Also see “Toilet”.... My Dream Interpretation

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RESTROOM

This dream could have a physiological cause simply because you have to go to the bathroom. The unconscious, in this case, recognizes the body’s need and uses the dream to wake you. On the other side, the urge to go to the restroom means that you expect to get rid of old habits and change your lifestyle. In the same manner, the unconscious could be advising you that you are incubating an infection. The act of going to the bathroom would be a way of eliminating toxins.

To dream of the restroom indicates legal problems regarding property.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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ROOM

According to the colors, whether large or small, type furniture, etc.; Research accordingly... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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ROOM

1. Part of the subconscious, parts of self.

2. Discovery of fam­ily secrets.

3. Woman. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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ROOM

(See Chamber)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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ROOM

To dream of rooms filled with good things symbolizes a person with knowledge, Prov. 24:4.

A dirty room symbolizes a person’s lifestyle, Matt. 12:44 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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ROOM

A particular feeling state—for instance the room might feel sinister, warm, spacious, cold, etc., so depicts such. Sometimes a room, because of its spaciousness, represents the amount of potential or opportunity one has.

The ‘containing’ quality of a room may also depict involvement in one’s mother. Finding extra rooms: a common dream theme—rec­ognition or discovery of previously unnoticed aspects, abili­ties, fears, or traits in oneself. Example: There was a room in my house I had never been in before. It was filled with water and had three kittens submerged in it. While in the room I didn’t need to breathe’ (Audrey P).

The room here represents Audrey’s childbearing function—her womb.

The room can therefore depict mother or qualities of mothering. See descrip­tions of various rooms under house in this entry. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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ROOM

See house, buildings, root See tree. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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ROOM

The room of your soul, the dreamers inner space. According to Freud, points to woman.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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ROOM

see Buildings... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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ROOM

Vision: Looking at a room: something in your life is going to change.

If it is a room that you live in: you might be moving soon.

If the room is empty: to improve your lifestyle, you have to work for it. See House.

Depth Psychology: The room is part of your house—your personality. It’s important what you did in the room and what the room looked like.... Dreamers Dictionary

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ROOM

To dream that you are in a room relates to a particular aspect of your personality or relationship with people. Dreams about different rooms may correlate to subconscious thoughts, desires, and facets of your identity.

To dream that you find or discover new rooms signifies new vitality, growing emotional maturity, and capability in meeting new challenges.

To see a comfortable room signifies wealth and satisfaction in real life.

To notice a dark, scary, or small room connotes feelings of being penned up, trapped, or repressed. *See Bathroom or Kitchen... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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ROOM

Dreams of a room represent support for a particular function; a womb to cradle, nurture or hold a space for your development. Consider the room that you dream of and its particular feeling tone and energy. See Kitchen, Bedroom, Bathroom, Living Room, Dining Room, Hallway and Study.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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ROOM

If a strange room was the main feature of your dream, the meaning depends on the action and other elements in the dream, but as a general guide: To enter a strange room is a warning that a casual affair could turn out to be very dangerous to you if you aren’t careful.

To find yourself in a strange room that is elegant and well-furnished signifies sudden success.

A strange room that is empty or badly furnished could suggest legal or financial troubles.

If the room was very tiny, it symbolizes a lucky last-minute escape from a bad mistake.

To see a dark, eerie or confining room suggests that that you feel trapped or repressed in a situation.

To see a very brightly lit room means you will solve a problem by learning to look at it in a new way.

It is a sign that you should trust your instincts.

To dream that you find a secret or hidden room suggests that you are developing new strengths and taking on new roles. You may be growing emotionally.... My Dream Interpretation

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ROOM

To be locked in a room indicates fear to the dreamer.

The room sometimes can be used as a symbol of a woman, so in turn the analyst must study the dream carefully.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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ROOM

If a strange room was the main feature of your dream, the meaning depends on the action and other elements which should be correlated, but as a general guide: to enter a strange room is a warning that a casual affair could turn out to be an incubus if you aren’t careful; to find yourself in a strange room signifies sudden success if it was reasonably well-furnished, legal troubles if it was empty or only partly furnished.

If the room was a very small one, it indicates a lucky last-minute escape from a regrettable mistake.

See also Furniture, Colors, etc.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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ROOM

(1) A room may represent the self, or some aspect of yourself.

(2) It may be a symbol of the womb. Freud tells of a dream in which a girl (the dreamer) entered a room six or eight times and every time saw her father sitting there. Freud saw the dream as expressing the girl’s fantasy of having seen her father come into her mother’s womb while the girl was still a foetus.

(3) If the room is a cellar or basement, it may symbolize vour unconscious.

If it is a room at or near the top of a high building, it may represent consciousness; idealism; loftv aspirations. (But of course an upstairs room may nevertheless symbolize libido, instinctive life and desires: for example, if it is a bedroom where sexual activity is taking place.)

(4) A suite of rooms may express a male dreamer’s polvgamous sexual desires. This docs not mean he is polygamous in real life. On the contrary, he might well be shocked bv the dream. What such a dream exemplifies is the way the unconscious compensates or balances the conscious self: a polygamous person might have monogamous dreams!

ROSB(S)... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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ROOM

Aspect of self. See House.... The Dream Books Symbols

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ROOM

The room is a symbol of individuality, of personal thought. Each type represents the aspects of our mind and being. The living room is the conscious; the basement or root cellar, the unconscious; the upstairs bedrooms, the spiritual aspirations of the dreamer. It’s meaning depends on the state in which you find the room.

If it has windows, it symbolizes the possibility of communication with the exterior. On the contrary, a closed room without windows can symbolize virginity or lack of communication. In oneiric terms, there are also established equivalencies between the room and the physical body, so you must analyze the environment in the room.

A pleasant room augurs well-being and serenity; if it lacks openness, it reflects isolation, fears, and insecurity. (See HOUSE)

There are many superstitions regarding this. According to one of them, dreaming of your own room means you will visit far away lands.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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ROOM

Dreams of rooms have a wide variety of meanings. An appealing and comfortable room may indicate that the dreamer is enjoying opulence and satisfaction in life.

A stark and confining room, like a prison cell, may mean the dreamer feels repressed and trapped. Sometimes rooms are simply stages for the dream and harken back to earlier periods of life, for example, childhood or a previous marriage.

Dreams about rooms often relate to hidden areas of the unconscious mind.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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ROOM A STRANGE

This unusual dream signifies success after you have almost given up hope. Persevere !... Mystic Dream Book

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ROOMMATE

To dream of getting a new roommate suggests that a big change in coming into your life.

If you dream about an old roommate, you are reflecting on your past. Perhaps you need to learn a lesson from a past experience. It’s also possible that you are simply missing the person you dreamed about.

If you dream about fighting with your roommate, you may run into unpleasant encounters with social rivals.

If you dream that your roommate moved out without telling you, may suggest your fear of change or being abandoned by people.... My Dream Interpretation

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ROOMS

The rooms of a house each relate to the details and boundanes of different aspects of the soul or personality.

For example, the bedroom often relates to your ideas about sexuality, and the kitchen reflects concerns about nurtunng the family.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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ROOMS

In a dream, these can describe various parts of our personalities or levels of understanding, but often signify either the womb or the mother figure. Thus the kitchen would be the home-making part of us, whereas a sitting room would be the more relaxed, comfortable side.

A small room with only one door or a basement with water in it is a direct representation of the womb and may indicate a wish to return to the womb-like state of innocence, where everything is taken care of for us.

A series of rooms refers to the various aspects of femininity and often to the whole soul.

An upstairs room usually signifies mental or spiritual attributes, so any object within such a room will represent an idea or concept.

The meaning for a basement or cellar can be ambivalent, since a cellar can represent the parts of ourselves that we have chosen to suppress. It can also represent family beliefs and habits, particularly if the basement is one that belongs to our parents.

If we deliberately leave one room and go into another then it represents a change of state and of leaving something behind. Empty rooms signify that something, such as comfort or support, is lacking in our lives.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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ROOMS

See buildings... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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SECRET ROOM

To dream that you find a secret or hidden room suggests that you are developing new strengths and taking on new roles. You may be growing emotionally.

For different types of rooms, look under “Room”... My Dream Interpretation

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SECRET ROOM

If you discover a room that has been long forgotten containing fascinating things in your dream, this suggests a neglected part of your life that your dreaming mind is trying to encourage you to reclaim. It is telling you that it is not too late to go back to college, learn a skill and so on. If, however, the room you dream about is a forbidden room, the interpretation depends on what you find behind the door, assuming that you have the courage to enter. In most cases, the images in the room will be frightening, as they reflect insights you find hard to swallow in waking life; by bringing these insights to your attention, your dreaming mind is helping you understand the dynamics involved, helping you face and deal with that which you find frightening in real life.

If you find a new room in your dream, remember that it relates to uncovering new aspects of yourself, either positive or negative. Think about the function of that room.

If it is a bathroom, this refers to bathing, hygiene, elimination and cleansing.

If it is a bedroom it suggests rest and intimacy, whilst if it is a dining room, it suggests feeding yourself and interacting with others.... The Element Encyclopedia

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SLEEPING, BEDROOM

Vision: Looking at people sleeping means great happiness ahead. Looking at one person sleeping: your love relationship will deepen. Sleeping outdoors: a trip in the near future is possible. Sleeping in a wagon or boat: restless days are ahead; be on guard and don’t let people talk you into anything. Looking at a bedroom: your greatest wish is not to be alone anymore— to find someone.

Depth Psychology: Sleep is the symbol of your unconscious fear of or flight from reality. Do you have unknown talents you need to “wake up” ? A bedroom is a sign of your sexual needs. Bedroom dreams usually appear when something is wrong in an intimate relationship. See House, Room.... Dreamers Dictionary

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SOMETHING IN THE BEDROOM

One of the most common dreams of early childhood is that there is something scary in the bedroom: a monster in the wardrobe or aliens in the corner of the room. A child may feel as if something or someone is coming to get them. These kinds of dreams tend to reoccur and it is easy to assume that something is upsetting the child in waking life; it is worth noting, however, that these dreams are amongst the most common in childhood, as a child reaches out to discover the world with all its excitement—and sometimes dangerous possibilities.

If there is tension in the home or a lot of uncertainty and inconsistency, this can trigger stressful dreams for a child. Scary monsters tend to represent people, whereas bugs or slimy things may represent situations. You may have to be patient and gentle, and create a feeling of stability as your child learns to adjust to changes in the world around them.... The Element Encyclopedia

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STEPFAMILY

The stepfamily has the same meaning as a family of origin with the added element of fate thrown into the mix, as a secondary family by marriage indicates a choice that brings with it a multitude of relationships.

If you have a stepfamily in your waking life, the people who make up that family represent character aspects of your personality and also reflect the primary relationship that connects that stepfamily to you. Such a dream may be reflecting both your own consciousness as well as the waking-life interactions of the individuals involved.

(See Family Members.) ... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

STORAGE ROOM

See Food (stored) and Closet. Here your energy reserves, your potential and unused abilities are being addressed. Pay attention to what is stored and what the individual items might symbolize.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Little Giant Encyclopedia

TAPROOM

(See Barroom).... The Complete Dream Book

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The Complete Dream Book

UPPER ROOM

(See Stairway)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

URINATING IN A BATHROOM

Urinating in a bathroom or removing hair with lime or any shaving cram is regarded as a good ream; If in misery, the observer will soon find relief from his misery; if in fear, he will soon find happiness; if grief-stricken, his grief will soon be removed; if he is ill, he will soon recover and enjoy good health.

If none of the above conditions prevail, it means a complete transformation of his condition – meaning that if he is not ill, he will become ill; if he is happy, he will be afflicted with grief, perhaps caused by some financial loss.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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WAITING ROOM

Vision: Sitting in a waiting room: you are phlegmatic and can’t make decisions/lake the initiative—your chances are good.

Depth Psychology: See Outer Office.... Dreamers Dictionary

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WAITING ROOM

To dream that you are in a waiting room suggests that you are in limbo for a particular subject in your waking life. Timing is very important, and there is the likelihood that you are wishing to have access to information that you may not be ready for. Patience is the key here; practice it for pleasing results.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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WAITING ROOM

The implication of a waiting room is that something important is about to happen.

If your dream takes place in such an environment, look to where in your life you may be anticipating an event or a change in direction.

If you know what you are waiting for in your dream, add that to your interpretation.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

WASHROOM

If you dream that you are in the bathroom, you may be due for a period of self-renewal. It’s time to get rid of some burdens or emotions that are weighing you down. Also see “Toilet”.... My Dream Interpretation

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