The meaning of Fragile in dream | Dream interpretation


Great beauty within still in the process of forming, not yet firm in consciousness; vulnerability.

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Dreams of something fragile symbolize that you are feeling vulnerable, as though you could easily break. Interestingly, your sensitivity can also be the source of your greatest strength. This dream is a message to handle your dreams and desires with care.

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Fragile | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Fragile


LILY

To dream of a lily, denotes much chastisement through illness and death.

To see lilies growing with their rich foliage, denotes early marriage to the young and subsequent separation through death.

To see little children among the flowers, indicates sickness and fragile constitutions to these little ones.

For a young woman to dream of admiring, or gathering, lilies, denotes much sadness coupled with joy, as the one she loves will have great physical suffering, if not an early dissolution.

If she sees them withered, sorrow is even nearer than she could have suspected.

To dream that you breathe the fragrance of lilies, denotes that sorrow will purify and enhance your mental qualities. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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BAMBOO

Fragile and insecure... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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EGGS

1. The desire to have a child.

2. Creative potential.

3. Sexuality. Broken eggs reflect one’s fragile state, feeling vulnerable. Colored eggs call one back to childhood.

6. A cracked egg indicates failure or disappointment. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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CHICKENS 

This flightless bird may be pointing to personal characteristics and needs that you may not necessarily want to look at. Consider the activities in the dream, as well as the mood, and then attempt to make a good interpretation. Chickens can represent cowardliness, gossip, excessive talking, and powerlessness. They are not known for their intelligence or beauty, and their presence in your dream could be an invitation to get more serious and better focused.

The more positive suggestion in this dream is in that chickens lay eggs. Eggs are symbolic of something new and fragile. They represent life and development in its earliest forms and as such, their possibilities are limitless.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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EGGS

Eggs are symbolic of something new and fragile. They represent life and development in its earliest forms and, as such, the possibilities are limitless. At times, eggs can represent captivity or entrapment. Carl Jung said that eggs represent our captive souls. Therefore, the egg in your dream may very well represent you in the most profound sense. Are you trapped in a shell or did you break out of it and are now free to soar?... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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EATING

Satisfying one’s needs or hunger’. This can be any area of need, such as emotional, mental, sexual, depending on dream context. Example: I am putting four of our puppies under the grill and cooking them’ (Maureen). Although Mau­reen hasn’t eaten her puppies yet, her dream illustrates how food is used to represent emotional needs. Maureen is child­less, has a lot of mother love, planned the pregnancy of her bitch, and gets enormous satisfaction from rearing the pup­pies. She is literally hungry for the exchange of love and care she finds in dealing with her puppies.

Occasionally shows information about actual nutritional needs or physical allergies. Also, to eat is to continue involve­ment in the fundamental processes of life, a celebration of interdependence.

To not eat: shows a conflict with the physi­cal reality of one’s body and its needs, an avoidance of growth or change; an attempt to be isolated from others, reality, the whole. Avoiding cenain foods: expression of decision making in dealing with needs; food allergy. Giving food to others: giving of oneself to others, or nunuring some aspect of one­self. Eating objects or repulsive food: meeting objectionable experiences; trying to ‘stomach’ things which make you ‘sick’.

Example: 1 ran into a house and came face to face with a huge stag. I noted the open back door, whereupon he staned eating my leg. I was pushing against his horns and managed to stop him chewing me’ (Jasmine C). Being eaten : the first pan of Jasmine’s dream (not quoted) is obviously sexual. Be­ing eaten therefore suggests she is being consumed by her sexual drive. Being eaten, especially if it is the face, also shows how our identity, or our fragile sense of self, is feeling attacked by emotions or fears, other people, or internal dnves.

The classic story of Jonah illustrates this, and shows how the conscious personality needs to develop a working relationship with the unconscious. Eaten by dogs, maggots: feelings about death. See food. Sec also dog under animals; individuation. Idioms: eaten away; eat din; eat humble pie; eat like a horse; eat one’s hean out, eat one’s words; eat out of one’s hand; eat you out of house and home; what’s eating you?; proof of the pudding is in the eating; dog eat dog. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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EGG

Symbol of beginning. Many mythologies depict the earth as having been developed from an egg. Symbol of rebirth—Easter eggs. Also, that which is fragile. Longing for or fear of pregnancy, as in Baby, Birth. In the Koran, virgin women are compared to well preserved eggs.

According to Freud, female sexuality and motherhood.

ASTROLOGY: Symbol for Cancer.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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GLASS

The vessel of spirit. Transparent, clear, a sign of spirituality. Fragile and sensitive. Glass containers, glass, and a crystal goblet (the Grail) represent being conscious.

A broken glass means injury and destruction of innocence—in the sense of Defloration—but also luck, as long as it is not a mirror. Occasionally, a glass is a symbol for frailty in the sense of impermanence and bewilderment. In alchemy, the stone of the Wise Men, lapis, is also called glass (vitrum), because it was seen as spiritual. See also Vase.

According to Freud, glass symbolizes female genitalia.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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BUBBLE

1- We may dream of bubbles as part of our need to have fun in a childlike way. We often become aware of the temporary nature of happiness, and our need for illusion.

2- Bubbles as beautiful but fragile objects remind us of the transitory nature of human existence, that nothing is permanent.

3- A bubble represents the illusory elements of everyday life and. more specifically; the daydream.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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WAFER

1- A wafer is a thin layer of matter which is usually very fragile. In dreams it can represent something which is easily broken and which we need to treat with care.

2- A wafer biscuit is constructed in many layers. It thus becomes a symbol for diversity. Wre may need to understand the various ‘layers’ of our lives in order to manage outlives succcssfullv.

3- The Body of Christ.

The Bread of Life.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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EGG

(See Basket, Chicken, Eating)

Cracking open: Coming out of a shell and enjoying a more social existence. Alternatively, the hirth of new ideals or abilities.

Potential and fertility just waiting to be liberated from within.

Rotten: Something about this predicament “smells” bad, even though it mav outwardly appear quite good.

A fragile or delicate situation requiring diplomacy (e.g., “walking on egg shells”).

The creative force of the Universe becoming actively expressed in and through your life. In several mythological cycles including those of Egypt and Greece, the primordial cosmic matter is represented by an egg.

Folk medicine: If placed in the ground or broken into soil, this represents the waning of sickness.... The Language of Dreams

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LETTUCE

(see Eating, Garden, Vegetables)

The white juice of this vegetable is equated with mother’s milk or semen, thereby symbolizing fertility or productivity.

Among the Greeks, lettuce was used to reflect the fragile nature of life, parts of which can be lost or taken away. On the dream plane, this may equate to losing your pep.

Astrologically, this is a lunar food, and as such may be an alternative moon emblem.

The green color of lettuce and its consistency give it some correlations with money.

For example, if something is nibbling up all the lettuce in your dream, perhaps you feel that someone or something is likewise eating up your cash on the material plane.

If the lettuce is being eaten in the dream, this reveals a decrease in sexual appetite.... The Language of Dreams

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GLASS

A full glass may represent taking in a fulfilling experience that has been offered.

A half-full glass may remark that you are viewing an expcnence as not having m~t your expectations. In that a glass is a fragile container, it may reveal the delicate nature of a situation or of the person holding it.

A shattered glass may mention that you feel shattered by a disappointment in life.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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GLASS-TOPPED TABLE

In that glass us transparent, it may comment on seeing through a situation across the table from you, such as whether another’s intentions are sincere It may mention that you can see what really lies underneath the surface. It may also remark on a fragile or delicate conversation... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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CLEANING

Vision: Dreaming about cleaning: it is time to pay more attention to your relationships and to be more supportive. Cleaning and making yourself look better be more humble and modest. Dreaming about cleaning is a challenge to always improve and polish your character, removing the stains that might cling to it.

Depth Psychology: Remove emotional, mental, and moral blemishes that are clogging up fragile spiritual connections.

It is also important which objects are being cleaned or what is being “swept” out—pay attention to the rest of the images.... Dreamers Dictionary

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FRAGMENTS, BROKEN PIECES

Vision: Looking at something broken or breaking something: your present pleasant situation will take a turn for the worse due to your own actions. Breaking porcelain: the “old” is swept away to make room for the “new.”

Depth Psychology: There is a saying that “broken dishes mean good luck,” and that is true for dreams, too, but sometimes the dream may be a warning against too much exuberance: hopes and wishes can be as fragile as glass. Was it broken Glass or broken Porcelain?... Dreamers Dictionary

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CRACK

If we dream of an item whereby we become aware that it is damaged through being cracked, it is symbolic of something in our life being delicate or fragile and starting to breakdown.... Dream Meanings and Dream Interpretation

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BROKEN

Dreams of something being broken symbolize that you are feeling fragile, vulnerable, and that you are at the end of a cycle. Keep in mind that the places within you that have been broken, that when repaired, become the places of your greatest strength and wisdom. Consider what has been broken. See Break, Accident, Breakdown and Break Through.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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CULT

Dreams of a cult symbolize that you are faced with issues of whether or not to surrender your individuality or to hold on to it and risk feeling separate, alone and fragile. This dream is reminding you to be true to yourself, and that you are coming to terms with your feelings about power, worship, mob- mentality, leadership, and -responsibility. See Guru and Crowd.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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DEER

Dreams of a deer represents a gentle spirit, precious, wise, loving and fragile heart. You need to be mindful of your naiveté making you vulnerable to sudden, unexpected predators.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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EGG

Dreams of an egg or eggs represent fertility in business, conception, ideas, partnership, and the potential for success. This dream may be cautioning you not to put all your eggs into in one basket.

If you dream that there is egg on your face, there may something you are afraid people will find out about you.

The egg is also a symbol of your ego, the fragile, breakable, vulnerable shell that protects the golden life within you. Consider the feeling tone.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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EGG SHELL

Dreams of walking on egg shells represents insecurity and vulnerability. You are tip-Toeing through a very precarious situation, attempting to do and say all the right things and not break your egoic illusion of your fragile ego or the ego of those around you.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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GLASS

Dreams of glass symbolize that you are feeling fragile, vulnerable, breakable, and transparent. Glass can also represent clarity or distortion of perception. Consider the feeling tone of this dream.

If the glass is half empty, then you are dealing with feelings of lack and deprivation.

If the glass is half full or full, then you feel abundant, powerful, wealthy, and that your needs are met.

If the glass is broken, then you feel shattered. See Broken.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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KITTEN

Dreams of a kitten symbolize the youthful feminine archetype within you, your connection to your feline nature, and with the fragile, precious, vulnerable, warm and tender aspect of yourself.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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PAPER

Dreams of a blank paper symbolize a blank slate in front of you, your ability to begin anew and your desire to express yourself creatively.

A dream of a stack of papers signifies clutter, pressure and overwhelm at all the things you have to do.

A paper doll symbolizes an ego that is fragile, insecure, vulnerable, and paper thin. See Page.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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PORCELAIN

Dreams of porcelain symbolize a desire for elegance and unblemished perfection. Porcelain can also represent your extremely fragile, vulnerable and breakable ego.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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PORCUPINE

Dreams of a porcupine represent your egoic defense mechanisms kicking in to protect the aspects of you that feel the most vulnerable, weak or fragile. Your dream may be giving you the message that just because your relationship feels prickly, it doesn’t mean it is time to walk away. This may be an opportune time for growth, transformation and healing of all your sharp edges.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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BUBBLE

Psychological / emotional perspective: Bubbles as beautiful but fragile objects remind us of the transitory nature of human existence – that nothing is permanent.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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ALMOND TREE

The blossomed almond tree announces the beginning of spring. Its white flowers are beautiful but at the same time delicate and fragile. The almond tree is associated with feelings of rebirth and renovation. Despite all that, this tree flowers’ fragility indicates projects may not be long lasting.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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CANE (PLANT)

Reeds are fragile and flexible at the same time. They can point to a situation of insecurity or instability. Cutting cane is interpreted as a symbol of longevity. A sugar cane indicates a high degree of sensuality and serenity. A fishing cane (rod) is a means to a livelihood.

It is important to analyze the other oneiric symbols for a correct interpretation.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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LANDSCAPE

The landscapes of dreams are symbolic scenarios in which each and every one of the elements that comprise it should be considered. For example, for a person overwhelmed by financial problems, a mountain ridge can mean a profit chart and economic losses. Now, to understand the symbolic meaning of a landscape you must distinguish the predominant features from the minor ones. So, when an element reigns above all others and unifies them (sea, desert, etc.), you must interpret the dream in terms of this main component. But if, instead, the landscape offers variety and balance of different elements, then it must be analyzed as if it were a painting, paying attention to the shapes of objects (flat, pointed, round, etc.) and the colors that stand out.

Lantern See LAMP and LIGHT

Lasso The meaning of the symbol varies depending on the type of lasso.

If decorative ones appear in your dream, you are probably in a moment when you need others to show you affection and tenderness. Your emotions are going through a fragile stage and you are not very sure of what you feel. You also don’t know how others feel about you. That is why you seek security in expressions of affection If a lasso is around your neck, preventing you from breathing normally, it means that you are immersed in a stressful process that may make you lose your nerve. You feel threatened by a danger that others don’t seem to consider very serious.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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SHIP

Large bodies of water are natural symbols of both the unconscious and the emotions. Thus, a ship may represent a vessel of the self moving through the dreamer’s emotions or unconscious. Many other interpretations are possible, depending on whether the ship is large and secure or small and fragile, whether the body of water is smooth and peaceful or disturbed and dangerous, and so on. Naturally, if the dreamer is a sailor, an engineer, or someone else for whom ships are part of daily life, the ship would probably have a more mundane meaning as simply the stage setting for his or her everyday activities.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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RIVER / BRIDGE / CANAL / DAM / RESERVOIR

Rivers and streams always represent the way you live your life, as well as the way you see your life. Did you dream of a mean-dering river or one that was direct? The first would suggest emotional ups and downs, whilst the second would suggest emotional calm. Dreams of being carried along by a river or stream can refer to the passage of life from birth to death, but they are more likely to refer to your emotional life. How you felt in the dream will indicate the meaning; were you frightened, happy or excited? If the river is rushing by, this may suggest that you feel life is moving too quickly.

If it the river is static, your unconscious may have been commenting on your lack of drive and direction.

If you threw a stone in the river, did the ripples that formed echo your sense of going around in circles in waking life? The river depicts the richness or poverty of your life energy, so if you are crossing a river in your dream, this suggests you are in the process of making great changes in your life.

If you are in the water to cross, it means you will feel a lot of emotions in the process of change.

If you see someone else cross the river or fall into the river, this may refer to your feelings about aging and the passage of time.

If the river is contaminated, this suggests that you are holding back your feelings in waking life and not doing the best you can for yourself.

If you were in a river—or steamboat in your dream, this may refer to the circumstances that surround you, for example your family or home life. The context of the dream and how you feel will all help you with the interpretation. Was the boat solid and safe like a steamer, or fragile like a canoe or a dingy?

Canals, dams and reservoirs are all designed to regulate water flow and in dreams they suggest conscious attempts to control emotion; how effective they are at directing the water mirrors how effective you have become at controlling your emotions in waking life. A canal may also symbolize the birth canal and thus represent a desire for children. Because reservoirs are where water is collected and stored, if one features in your dream, could it be commenting on your own emotional reserves? The water level of the reservoir in this dream is important.

If it is high, your emotional resources are abundant but if it is low, you may be feeling emotionally drained by the demands of others. In dreams, dams also suggest control over your emotions, and their effectiveness in your dream will say a lot about your emotional health. If, in your dream, you were standing on a bridge watching the water flow beneath you, you could be ready to leave the past behind—as suggested by water under the bridge—since you are at a turning point in your life (the bridge is a symbol of transition). See also TRAVEL.... The Element Encyclopedia

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FLOWERS

The fragile loveliness of flowers, their bright colors, exquisite shapes and fragrant scents have meant they have long been regarded as a symbol of the spiritual self and pure inner beauty.

This is why, apart from enjoying them ourselves, we use flowers as gestures of love, reassurance and sympathy and why we often give them to people we like, love or admire. It is generally in one or other of these contexts that flowers appear in your dreams. When flowers are in bloom their beauty is vibrant and colorful but also fleeting and fragile, because as soon as a flower bursts from its bud into full bloom it is in the process of dying to make way for the next generation of flowers. As such, flowers in dreams can also be symbols of hope and optimism, as well as of the cycle of birth and death.

In his practice, Carl Jung observed that the dreams his patients reported consistently contained geometric shapes, such as circles, squares and triangles. A close look at a flower reveals that it is similarly composed of repeated shapes and patterns, reminiscent of the mandalas used in the Eastern religions that represent the wholeness of the spirit unfolding like a blossoming flower. The Buddha observed that the lilies floating in a pond were in various stages of development, just as each individual is in various stages of spiritual development. Some rose above muddy conditions to thrive whilst others struggled to survive.

In helping you discern their particular meaning, the color and condition of the flowers in your dream may be as significant as the flowers themselves. For example, red roses speak of romance and beauty whilst white roses speak of purity, spirit and healing. To dream about new blossoms suggests the opening of the inner self. To dream about a healthy flower represents healthy vitality, and to dream about a wilted flower represents a low energy or life force. Dreaming of an expansive field of beautiful wildflowers may symbolize freedom and uninhibited growth. Flowers growing through concrete or popping up through the snow might symbolize a strong spirit whilst flowers growing in the spring indicate new growth and beginnings. Flowers are often present in dreams of departed loved ones, symbolizing the natural cycle of life and death. Reflect upon the personal significance of the flower to determine its meaning in your dream. Take note, too, if the flowers have unusual colors; a friend giving you green roses, for example, may be jealous of your romantic attachments. See also COLORS; NATURE AND THE SEASONS; SHAPES; TREES.... The Element Encyclopedia

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ORCHID

The orchid derives its name from the minor Greek God Orchis, meaning testicle; as a result, the orchid is often considered to be a symbol of fertility. Its fragile beauty has also made it an image of perfection, admiration and wealth, evoking feelings of sexuality in dreams. Consider also the riches and beauty surrounding you. Do your dream orchids symbolize a sexual relationship? Orchids need great care if they are to flower—and if they do, the flowers may last for months on end—so do you feel that, like an orchid, a relationship of a project of yours needs special care to reach its full potential?... The Element Encyclopedia

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CHINA

The vast and highly populated country of China might suggest the duality of fragile treasures and mass-produced products—or delicate elements in your life being interspersed with common, unremarkable and mundane events—when it appears in dreams. China syndrome is a symbol that seriously warns of the destructive effects caused by uncontrolled emotions, Chinatown refers to the absorption of seemingly foreign aspects into your belief system, whilst Chinese puzzle denotes confusion and difficulty in finding solutions to a problem. (Bordering China, North Korea currently stands for oppression and South Korea suggests a tenuous position or situation.)... The Element Encyclopedia

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INAPPROPRIATE PAIRING

At whatever stage of life you are, if there is a deep imbalance or lack of harmony in your current relationship, you may find that your dreams take on a warning quality, even becoming haunted and strange. Plants, trees, animals and fish in particular tend to appear as symbols of the life or vitality of the relationship; if you are having relationships problems, you may dream of trying to rescue an injured animal or watering dying plants. Another common dream is entrusting your beloved pet or fish to your partner’s care, only to return and find it neglected, dying or even dead. These may all be symbols of those of your emotional needs that are being starved or denied, and of relationships that are struggling to survive.

Other dreams that signal emotional imbalance in intimate relationships are dreams of houses on fire, bombs that are about to explode or images of starvation, loneliness, torture or neglect. These images are warning you that your relationship is out of balance, dangerously fragile or in need of rescuing in your waking life. An inappropriate meeting or pairing of two objects in your dream, for example a kangaroo and a light bulb, might suggest that you are somewhat concerned about an unsuitable partner; this might either be your own partner, or that of someone close to you—say a son or a daughter. Repeatedly getting the wrong person on the phone, seeing an email error message or simply being unable to communicate may also indicate a disturbing inability to communicate with someone in your life who is important to you.

If you are having problems with your cellphone, this might be seen by Freudians as a symbol of sexual dysfunction or anxiety. Another potent symbol of a relationship coming to an end is the image of gold dust or precious jewels running through your fingers in a dream. The image is even more eloquent if you are running with two cupped hands full of water in an attempt to quench your own or someone else’s thirst and the dream water falls through your hands

A real-life need to resolve relationship problems may be symbolized by dreams about repairing something, perhaps fixing a car or attaching things together with glue, sellotape or bluetac.

If you experience blocked communication in your relationship or suffer from an inability to get through to someone close to you, you may have dreams in which people are staring at one another in your dream but no one is saying. Such a dream may also suggest that now is an excellent time to deepen your relationship, as the silent figures await your signal for a new and exciting phase of your relationship to begin.... The Element Encyclopedia

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