The meaning of Fearful in dream | Dream interpretation


Revealed in order to recognize and overcome the cause of fear

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Fearful | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Fearful


CATS

To dream of a cat, denotes ill luck, if you do not succeed in killing it or driving it from your sight.

If the cat attacks you, you will have enemies who will go to any extreme to blacken your reputation and to cause you loss of property. But if you succeed in banishing it, you will overcome great obstacles and rise in fortune and fame.

If you meet a thin, mean and dirty-looking cat, you will have bad news from the absent. Some friend lies at death’s door; but if you chase it out of sight, your friend will recover after a long and lingering sickness.

To hear the scream or the mewing of a cat, some false friend is using all the words and work at his command to do you harm.

To dream that a cat scratches you, an enemy will succeed in wrenching from you the profits of a deal that you have spent many days making.

If a young woman dreams that she is holding a cat, or kitten, she will be influenced into some impropriety through the treachery of others.

To dream of a clean white cat, denotes entanglements which, while seemingly harmless, will prove a source of sorrow and loss of wealth. When a merchant dreams of a cat, he should put his best energies to work, as his competitors are about to succeed in demolishing his standard of dealing, and he will be forced to other measures if he undersells others and still succeeds.

To dream of seeing a cat and snake on friendly terms signifies the beginning of an angry struggle. It denotes that an enemy is being entertained by you with the intention of using him to find out some secret which you believe concerns yourself; uneasy of his confidences given, you will endeavor to disclaim all knowledge of his actions, as you are fearful that things divulged, concerning your private life, may become public. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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HOLIDAY

To dream of a holiday, foretells interesting strangers will soon partake of your hospitality.

For a young woman to dream that she is displeased with a holiday, denotes she will be fearful of her own attractions in winning a friend back from a rival. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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JUDGMENT DAY

To dream of the judgment day, foretells that you will accomplish some well-planned work, if you appear resigned and hopeful of escaping punishment. Otherwise, your work will prove a failure.

For a young woman to appear before the judgment bar and hear the verdict of ``Guilty,’’ denotes that she will cause much distress among her friends by her selfish and unbecoming conduct.

If she sees the dead rising, and all the earth solemnly and fearfully awaiting the end, there will be much struggling for her, and her friends will refuse her aid.

It is also a forerunner of unpleasant gossip, and scandal is threatened. Business may assume hopeless aspects. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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KNEE

To dream that your knees are too large, denotes sudden ill luck for you.

If they are stiff and pain you, swift and fearful calamity awaits you.

For a woman to dream that she has well-formed and smooth knees, predicts she will have many admirers, but none to woo her in wedlock.

If they are soiled, sickness from dissipation is portended.

If they are unshapely, unhappy changes in her fortune will displace ardent hopes.

To dream of knees is an unfortunate omen. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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MOROSE

If you find yourself morose in dreams, you will awake to find the world, as far as you are concerned, going fearfully wrong.

To see others morose, portends unpleasant occupations and unpleasant companions. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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WAGON

To dream of a wagon, denotes that you will be unhappily mated, and many troubles will prematurely age you.

To drive one down a hill, is ominous of proceedings which will fill you with disquiet, and will cause you loss.

To drive one up hill, improves your worldly affairs.

To drive a heavily loaded wagon, denotes that duty will hold you in a moral position, despite your efforts to throw her off.

To drive into muddy water, is a gruesome prognostication, bringing you into a vortex of unhappiness and fearful foreboding.

To see a covered wagon, foretells that you will be encompassed by mysterious treachery, which will retard your advancement.

For a young woman to dream that she drives a wagon near a dangerous embankment, portends that she will be driven into an illicit entanglement, which will fill her with terror, lest she be openly discovered and ostracised.

If she drives across a clear stream of water, she will enjoy adventure without bringing opprobrium upon herself.

A broken wagon represents distress and failure. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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WAIL

A wail falling upon your ear while in the midst of a dream, brings fearful news of disaster and woe.

For a young woman to hear a wail, foretells that she will be deserted and left alone in distress, and perchance disgrace. See Weeping. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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WEEDING

To dream that you are weeding, foretells that you will have difficulty in proceeding with some work which will bring you distinction.

To see others weeding, you will be fearful that enemies will upset your plans. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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BANANA

The yellow indicates fearfulness involved... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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BUMBLEBEE

A person who speaks stinging words in a fearful, bumbling manner... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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BUTTERCUP

Smoothing out small problems in a gentle manner, involving fearfulness; see “butter”, “cup”, and “yellow”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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CAMEL

One who carries a heavy burden under hard circumstances and fearful working conditions... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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CANCER

An out of control condition, i.E.

The cancer of bitterness, fearfulness, despair, temptation; if physical, see “diagnosis”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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COLORING

Whatever color one uses is descriptive of their individual circumstances, i.E. İf yellow, they are fearful, etc.; Research colors accordingly... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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GIGGLE

Nervous fearfulness in disguise... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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JAUNDICE

Fearfulness... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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MOUSE

A fearful, timid person, unlike a rat; see “rat”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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OSTRICH

One who is in denial, too proud or fearful to face the truth... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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PANIC

Revealed in order to recognize what caused the fearfulness and avert the circumstances... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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PEACH

The fanciful, slightly fearful, desirable... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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SCARE

See “fearful”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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SHYNESS

See “fearful”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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SQUASH

The food figurative of that which is weak and fearful if yellow; see “food”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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UMBER

The color of a fearful work; see “yellow” and “brown”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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FEVER

1. Possible illness.

2. A rise in passions or anger, loss of con­trol, feeling consumed.

3. Fearful but small concerns and anxi­eties grow disproportionate, overwhelming. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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SNAKE

1. Penis.

2. Deviousness, either by the dreamer or by someone who will behave this way toward him/her.

3. Period of growth (shedding skin).

4. Gossip, spreading “venom.” 5. If subject to constriction by snake, feeling emotionally strangled.

6. Being sabotaged.

7. Killing a snake indicates the ability to handle a fearful problem.

8. Feeling vulnerable, not knowing what to do.

9. Fear.

10. Temptation.

11. Willingness to change course or thinking. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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HIDING

Symbolic of a prudent person, Prov. 27:12. Hiding can also symbolize being fearful... Christian Dream Symbols

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FEAR

If you are experiencing great fear in your dreams, you are having nightmares. These types of dreams are positive because your unconscious mind is trying to tell you something.

If you have repressed issues, they may be coming to the surface. Think about the fear in your dreams and try to be honest with yourself. Face your fears and as a great American president once said “There is nothing to fear, but fear itself.” Having fearful dreams seems to be relatively common. Most dreams are unpleasant and that is the nature of our private unconscious. Issues and concerns, repressed emotions, and daily stress all contribute to an uneasy sleep and to fear filled dreams.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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INTRUDER

Seeing an intruder breaking into your house or hurting you or someone else can be a very frightening dream. Depending on the level of fear this dream is, at times, a nightmare.

The intruder breaking the law or breaking into your house may be representation of an unconscious part of your psyche. Carl Jung called the negative forces the “shadow.” The intruder may be a symbol of your guilt and self-indulgent attitudes or behaviors. On the other hand, it may represent the more negative side of your nature.

If you had a fearful real-life experience with an intruder through this dream you may be reliving that experience and hopefully letting go of the fear.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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ISLAND

Dreaming about being on an island can have several different meanings and could be very revealing. Consider your mood in this dream. Was the island a place of rest, peace or solitude? If the answer is yes, it suggests that you may need time to yourself for restoration and renewal.

The sea or the ocean generally symbolizes our unconscious. Thus, if you were very lonely or fearful of the waters around you, it may be an indication that you are unwilling to look deeply into yourself. You may be afraid of the materials that are under the surface of your conscious thoughts and feelings.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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SHOOTING

Shooting someone or being shot yourself is a fearful and violent dream experience. It may reflect aggression, powerlessness, release of strong and dangerous emotions, and/or symbolize a conclusive event in a particular situation or relationship. See also: Guns... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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TRAIN

This dream symbol can be very complicated and its meaning is specific to the dreamer (as all dream symbols are).

If you normally take the train to work and it is a part of your daily experience, closer attention should be paid to the other details of the dream. Going on a train ride may be symbolic of your life’s journey.

If you are the engineer, you may be reassuring yourself in the dream state that you are in control of a specific situation or life in general.

The train could also be symbolic of your need to move on and to do things in an orderly and sequential manner. Freud said that the train is usually a phallic symbol and that a train going through a tunnel represents intercourse. Freud also said that there are other possibilities to this symbol.

For example if you missed the train in your dream, you may be fearful of missing important opportunities. Jung thought that the train ride represented the way a person moves and behaves just like everyone else and that you the dreamer may be striving for wholeness.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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NAKEDNESS

Dreams of being naked and not afraid or concerned indicate that you’re comfortable with being your true self and exposing your real attitudes and personality to others.

Dreaming of being naked and worried, concerned, or fearful of being so symbolizes you feel the need to hide your true self.

To dream of a naked man where only the top part is visible foretells illness to a female member of your family but if the privates are exposed then the meaning is death.

It is reversed if you dream of a naked female. Remember that a death omen does not always mean the physical death of the body. Other interpretations are associated with illicit love affairs and loss of prestige coupled with scandal. This symbol must be interpreted in context with the rest of the symbols within the dream.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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OVEN

An oven is a non-threatening symbol for the womb. Dream of an oven, and you may be fearful in some regard to having children.

A warm oven is said to have “fruitful” or positive connotations and a cold oven the opposite. Of course, an oven may simply represent housekeeping and cooking.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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TRAIN

Going on a train ride may be symbolic of your life’s journey.

If you are the engineer, you may be reassuring yourself in the dream state that you are in control of a specific situation, or your life in general. Freud said that the train is usually a phallic symbol, and that a train going through a tunnel represents intercourse. Freud also said that there are other possibilities to this symbol.

For example if you missed the train in your dream, you may be fearful of missing important opportunities.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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WAIL

Hearing a wailing sound while dreaming foretells fearful news and sorrow.

A wail of a police siren denotes minor trouble with the law which involves you or someone close to you.

The wails of fire engines and ambulances denote a disaster of major proportions.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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BITE

Aggression; the desire to suckle the breast hidden un- der aggression—this applies to women as equally as men.

The following example shows another aspect of bite: I had to get a large spider into a small dwelling. At one point it was like trying to get the spider into a narrow necked bottle, the spider was unwilling, and bit my finger. I was worried the bite might be poisonous, but it seemed all right’ (Alan P).

The large spider, small dwelling and finger refer to sexual inter­course. Alan feels fear of introducing his finger into the bottle because he might be bitten. So here the bite refers to the injection of fearful emotions, unwillingness, into his sexual impulse.

The spider often refers to the mother, and in fact Alan’s mother made him fearful of sex. So the bite is clearly to do with feeling attacked by anxieties or one’s urges. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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EJACULATION, EMISSION

Example: I was in a cubicle or small toilet with a very black coloured woman. She told me there was something wrong with her vagina. She was undressed. I rubbed her vagina and we both felt enormous passion. I then woke but couldn’t at first remember the dream. I have re­frained from sexual intercourse for some weeks, as I always feel shattered/tired afterwards. Anyway I awoke very wet, yet couldn’t remember any ejaculation. Then I remembered the dream and continued it in fantasy. I experienced powerful urges to find a woman to have a non-committed sexual rela­tionship with. But in the end I wanted to share my feelings with my wife, but she seemed deep asleep’ (Alan P).

The example shows how our sexual needs attempt to satisfy them­selves even though we may make a conscious attempt to deny them.

The ejaculation, male or female, shows the sexual na­ture of one’s dream, even if the symbols seem to have no obvious connection.

The attitudes in one’s dream also show something of our relationship to sex. This may be mechanical, fearful, loving, etc. Alan sees sex as a problem to be solved, and has difficulties around commitment. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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HELL

If threatening: emotions, anxieties which one is fearful of; one’s self created misery, perhaps arising out of such things as anger or resentment we cling to, or a sense of being different or unwanted; feelings which burn in us. Sometimes people reverse the roles of heaven and hell. Hell becomes attractive, full of excitement, heaven an insipid place. See devil under archetypes; mention of heaven and hell in dream as spiritual guide. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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WALL

Codes of behaviour, belief systems, attitudes—often un­conscious—you live within, or are protected by; the bound­aries of behaviour or thought you keep within, are fearful of extending beyond, or are trapped by, thereby what one feels to be barriers or restrictions, one’s feelings of confidence which protect against anxiety or social knocks’; the feelings or attitudes you keep people away with—the walls we put up between us to maintain privacy, stop being hun, or to main­tain a role or status. Also a special feeling which you have created, such as developing a sense of one’s own value.

Example: I realised T had been in Bill’s room and not respected his need for privacy, so Bill had tom down the wall as a protest and made the room, which now appeared about four times its usual size, into a public sitting room’ (Cyril A). Sometimes what the wall depicts is obvious, as in the exam­ple, where it is shown as the way Cyril maintains his separa­tion from others and thus is a private individual.

The fall of the wall shows how exposed’ one might be.

The description of private areas of our life in a newspaper might be an exam­ple of just such a wall coming down. Idioms: drive up the wall; go to the wall; writing on the wall; back to the wall; knock one’s head against a wall. See wall, fence. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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ADVENTURE

Being unsure about one’s surroundings; or fearful of a risky relationship while—at the same time— yearning for it. Life is becoming boring; you are looking for adventure and daring in a world that is perceived as being empty. Opposite of the working routine.

An adventure dream may also refer to a chance to become more intimate with oneself. Be glad about the dream; you are gaining self-knowledge and getting closer to your goal!

Determine what kind of adventure it is and what your feelings are. And do remember that adventure may sometimes take place in the internal rather in the external world.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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DEAD’END STREET

You don’t know how to proceed, you have no solutions. This can be a positive image if you see yourself turn back. Learn from old mistakes. Often the image appears in fearful situations where you are being pursued. This fear can be overcome if you understand that you need to turn around (or back out) in order to free yourself.

If such a fear-based dream image appears, experiment with different behaviors. Changing your behavior almost always leads out of the dead-end situation.

The experience of a dead-end street is, from a developmental point of view, absolutely essential.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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FLOOD

Being overwhelmed; an enemy is about to attack. Fear of drowning in emotions; being thrown back into the world of animals; being thrown back into the world of physical urges.

The female archetype.

The powers of the intellect and reason standing against the assault of nature on the conscious, civilized life. You need to learn how to “swim,” which means being ready to swim in the water like a Fish. Both meanings are included here: to swim, and to give in and flow with the river of life, staying flexible.

A sign of being very emotional. You are overwhelmed and swept away and, in the dream, you are afraid of this, even if you would really like to give in. Incoming and outgoing tide: the rhythm of tension and relaxation in everyday life.

Feelings seem to be taking over.

A feeling of being imprisoned because of physical drives and unconscious needs. Warning of psychotic behavior.

If this dream image is accompanied by fear and appears often, psychotherapy is indicated.

Seething emotions.

A frequent dream symbol when fearful of ones own emotions.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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HARE / RABBIT

A rabbit needs protection; it is weak and fearful, but a symbol of fertility. It may also indicate a longing for nature, particularly for someone living in a city.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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VICTIM

Some emotions, characteristics, and behaviors need to be given up.

If you are making a sacrifice in the dream, or giving something away, ask how easy it is for you to let go in real life. What you may have to let go of is symbolized by what you give away or sacrifice in the dream. On the other hand, giving something away shows how compassionate you are, and how much empathy you are capable of.

If you are a victim, pay close attention to the perpetrator and figure out how you came to be cast in the role of victim and what kind of fearful or enjoyable emotions are connected with that role.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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CLOTHES

1- “flic clothes we wear in a dream can often depict the facade, or persona, we create for other people. We have certain roles that we adopt in response to other’s reactions. Clothes which others are wearing in our dreams can also set the scene for an acting out of some of the confrontations which take place.

2- Clothes can often act as a protection against being touched. This protection may also be against having the real self violated. Clothes can conceal or reveal. In covering up nudity they conceal our perceived imperfections and, by implication, disguise our sexuality. In revealing certain parts of us our dreams may show in what ways we are v ulnerable. Getting undressed can suggest the shedding of old beliefs and inhibitions. Losing one’s clothes or being naked highlights our vulnerability and fears. Dressing inappropriately, e.g. wearing formal clothes on a casual occasion and vice versa When we find ourselves in this position in a dream, we are conscious of our own difficulty in ‘fitting in’ with other people. It will depend 011 the dream scenario whether we are surprised or distressed. and it is often the emotion that we experience which gives us the correct interpretation. We may be deliberately not conforming to others’ perception of us, or trying to conform too much in adopting a certain role.

The colour of the clothing is often significant (see Colour). Clothes being worn by someone to whom they do not belong There is confusion in the dreamer’s mind as to which roles are appropriate for each character.

A man wearing woman’s clothing The dreamer needs to be more conscious of their feminine side.

A uniform on a woman The dreamer is highlighting the need to be aware of the more disciplined and masculine side of their personality. Changing clothes We are attempting to change our image. Clothes that have been cut short We may be outgrowing former pleasures and need to look to pastures new for our entertainment. Pretty clothes We have much to appreciate in our lives. Clothes belonging to a particular person We are being reminded of that person, even though we are aware that they cannot necessarily be with us.

Various articles of clothing are believed to have certain symbolic meanings:

Coat/Shawl (and especially a cloak) A coat can suggest warmth and love, but also protection. This protection can be either physical or emotional, and particularly in the case of a cloak, can be the spiritual protection of Faith.

A sheepskin coat may emphasise this significance (also see Sheep in Animals). Fear of losing the coat can suggest the fear of losing faith and belief.

The coat may be too short, or not thick enough We may be fearful that our love, or the protection we have, is not adequate for our needs.

Gloves - also see individual entry The meaning of gloves can be ambivalent. They can represent covering and protecting oneself, but also ‘showing one’s hand’ and challenging the status quo.

Hat/Cap

A hat is a symbol of wisdom and the intellect and also of protection. It can also signify both spirituality and sexuality, depending 011 the other aspects of the dream.

Pyjamas/Nightclothes

Pyjamas suggest relaxation and hence openness.

Raincoat A raincoat again holds the symbolism of protection, but this time against other people’s emotional onslaught. Very occasionally it may suggest some kind of wish to return to a womb- like state.

Shirt A shirt can suggest appropriate action, but also, as in a hair shirt, grief and pcnitencc.

Shoes

Shoes signify our ability or otherwise to be grounded and in touch with everyday life.

Recognising shoes that we, or others, arc wearing in a dream are strange alerts us to an adjustment that needs to be made to our attitude to life. Lacing up shoes in a dream is supposed to be a well-known symbol of death as are shoes on a table. Tie A tie in can have several significances in dreams.

For some it can represent correctness and good behaviour, and for others, presumably because of its shape, it will signify the phallus.

Underclothes

When we dream of underclothes - whether our own or other people’s we arc considering hidden attitudes to self-image or sexuality.

Veil or veil-like garments (also see individual entry) When we, or others, are wearing a veil we are either trying to hide something, or arc only partially accepting knowledge about ourselves or our relationship to others.

3- Clothes can suggest spiritual protection.

For instance, certain types of clothes will highlight roles and status.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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DROWNING

also see Swimming

1- When we are drowning in a dream this usually indicates we are in danger of being overwhelmed by emotions we cannot handle. We are fearful of allowing our emotions free expression. Drowning may also indicate a perceived inability to handle a stressful situation around us at the time of the dream.

2- We have allowed ourselves to be put in a situation over which we have no control. We may be ‘floundering around’ with no way of being able to escape from a difficulty we are in.

3- Drowning symbolises an immersion in the Sea of Life, and therefore a loss of ego.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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NO

1- To be aware of saying no in a dream may be an important part of our growth process. We are capable of making decisions which go against the wishes of other people, without feeling that we are going to be punished. We arc coming to terms with rejection and are no longer fearful. We are capable of standing on our own two feet.

2- The right to refuse is an important aspect of making choices. We may have no coherent reason for refusal, except the right to say no. In terms of relationships, saying no in a dream suggests that on some level we know what is right for us.

3- Saying no in spiritual terms entails rejecting that which is not compatible with our progress.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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OPERATION

also see Hospital and Surgery

1- An operation in hospital is frightening and invasive. In dreams it can signify our awareness of our own fears of illness and pain, but also a recognition of our need to be healed.

2- If we are performing an operation we are recognising our own level of skill within a situation in waking life.

If the operation is being performed on us we are attempting to access some inner knowledge but are possibly fearful of the outcome.

3- Incisive Healing.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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RESTAURANT

1- Dreaming of a restaurant or cafe suggests a need for company. We may be fearful of being alone, but equally be afraid of allowing someone to delve too far into our private space. This public space allows for contact but, at the same time, we can control our own level of intimacy.

2- Any place connected with food is to do with our need for emotional sustenance. There is feedback to be received from eating in a public place. Our social needs our met. We mav be conscious of the need for a ‘relationship’ with the place we arc eating at, as much as with the person with whom we are eating.

3- Spiritually a restaurant symbolises our need to belong to a group of people who all have the same habits and perhaps a diversity of beliefs.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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