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The meaning of Grounded in dream | Dream interpretation


To dream of being grounded predicts an important problem involving a decision you will find difficult to make. Get advice from someone who is experienced in life, before you commit yourself.

To dream of being released from grounded, means you have enough information to make an important choice.

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Grounded | Dream Interpretation

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CANDLES

To see them burning with a clear and steady flame, denotes the constancy of those about you and a well-grounded fortune.

For a maiden to dream that she is molding candles, denotes that she will have an unexpected offer of marriage and a pleasant visit to distant relatives.

If she is lighting a candle, she will meet her lover clandestinely because of parental objections.

To see a candle wasting in a draught, enemies are circulating detrimental reports about you.

To snuff a candle, portends sorowful{sic} news. Friends are dead or in distressful straits. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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ORGAN

To hear the pealing forth of an organ in grand anthems, signifies lasting friendships and well-grounded fortune.

To see an organ in a church, denotes despairing separation of families, and death, perhaps, for some of them.

If you dream of rendering harmonious music on an organ, you will be fortunate in the way to worldly comfort, and much social distinction will be given you.

To hear doleful singing and organ accompaniment, denotes you are nearing a wearisome task, and probable loss of friends or position. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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PEAS

Dreaming of eating peas, augurs robust health and the accumulation of wealth. Much activity is indicated for farmers and their women folks.

To see them growing, denotes fortunate enterprises.

To plant them, denotes that your hopes are well grounded and they will be realized.

To gather them, signifies that your plans will culminate in good and you will enjoy the fruits of your labors.

To dream of canned peas, denotes that your brightest hopes will be enthralled in uncertainties for a short season, but they will finally be released by fortune.

To see dried peas, denotes that you are overtaxing your health.

To eat dried peas, foretells that you will, after much success, suffer a slight decrease in pleasure or wealth.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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SNOW

To see snow in your dreams, denotes that while you have no real misfortune, there will be the appearance of illness, and unsatisfactory enterprises.

To find yourself in a snow storm, denotes sorrow and disappointment in failure to enjoy some long-expected pleasure. There always follows more or less discouragement after this dream.

If you eat snow, you will fail to realize ideals.

To see dirty snow, foretells that your pride will be humbled, and you will seek reconciliation with some person whom you held in haughty contempt.

To see it melt, your fears will turn into joy.

To see large, white snowflakes falling while looking through a window, foretells that you will have an angry interview with your sweetheart, and the estrangement will be aggravated by financial depression.

To see snow-capped mountains in the distance, warns you that your longings and ambitions will bring no worthy advancement.

To see the sun shining through landscapes of snow, foretells that you will conquer adverse fortune and possess yourself of power.

For a young woman to dream of sleighing, she will find much opposition to her choice of a lover, and her conduct will cause her much ill-favor.

To dream of snowballing, denotes that you will have to struggle with dishonorable issues, and if your judgment is not well grounded, you will suffer defeat.

If snowbound or lost, there will be constant waves of ill luck breaking in upon you. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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WHEAT

To see large fields of growing wheat in your dreams, denotes that your interest will take on encouraging prospects.

If the wheat is ripe, your fortune will be assured and love will be your joyous companion.

To see large clear grains of wheat running through the thresher, foretells that prosperity has opened her portals to the fullest for you.

To see it in sacks or barrels, your determination to reach the apex of success is soon to be crowned with victory and your love matters will be firmly grounded.

If your granary is not well covered and you see its contents getting wet, foretells that while you have amassed a fortune, you have not secured your rights and you will see your interests diminishing by the hand of enemies.

If you rub wheat from the head into your hand and eat it, you will labor hard for success and will obtain and make sure of your rights.

To dream that you climb a steep hill covered with wheat and think you are pulling yourself up by the stalks of wheat, denotes you will enjoy great prosperity and thus be able to distinguish yourself in any chosen pursuit. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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ANCHOR

1. One needs to be grounded.

2. Something is holding one back from progressing. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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LEVITATE

1. One is “left hanging,” immobile and inert.

2. Freedom and happiness.

3. Feelings of being “adrift” of reality, not grounded. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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BREAD

(Loaf; Knowledge; Life; Longevity; Money; Mother; Nanny; Needs; Prosperity; Religion; A strong person.)

When bread is made from bleached flour in a dream, it means blessed earnings and a comfortable life. When it is made with unbleached flour in a dream, it means disturbances in one’s life.

It is said that each loafof bread represents forty years of one’s life. Each loafofbread also may represent money in denominations of tens, hundreds or thousands, all relative to the financial standing of the person in the dream, or the type of work he performs. Whole wheat bread, barley bread or sweet bread made with honey or sugar in a dream means rising prices. Eating bread with its crusts in a dream is like eating honey with its beeswax. Oven fresh bread when eaten in one’s dream is best. Bread in a dream represents woman’s chastity. Bread made with bleached flour means living a clean life, having pure knowledge, or a beautiful wife.

If a student sees himself distributing bread among poor people in a dream, it means that he will attain his goals and succeed in his studies.

If he is a preacher, it means that people are accepting his admonitions and advice. Otherwise, ifhe sees people crowding over him to get their bread in the dream, it means that people will seek what he has to offer. In that case, his position is better than theirs, for the giving hand is better than the receiving one.

If one sees a deceased person offering him a piece of bread in a dream, it means that he will receive unexpected money from an unsolicited source. Ifone sees bread hanging in the skies, over the roofs or hanging down from trees in a dream, it means rising prices and the same interpretation applies for all commodities.

If he sees bread scattered on the ground and people walking over it in a dream, it means prosperity in that land which leads to vanity.

A good looking loaf of bread represents one’s good religious stand, otherwise it means the opposite. Bakingbread in a dream means working for one’s livelihood. Seeing squandered loaves of bread and not eating from them in the dream means meeting with brothers one has not seen for a long time. Having a loaf of bread baked with coarsely grounded grains in the dream means living a comfortable life, though with insignificant religious attendance.

If it is a loaf of barley bread in the dream, it means a strenuous life, though well managed. Corn bread, chick peas bread or millet bread means tight financial conditions and rising prices.

If one is given a piece of dried bread in a dream, it indicates the near end of his life.

A loaf of bread in a dream means marriage for an unwed person, and for a craftsman, it means progress in his trade. As for a ruler or ajudge, a well baked loafof bread in a dream represents hisjustice. Small loaves of bread in a dream represent a short life, while large loaves mean longevity. Eating a hot loaf of bread means hypocrisy, because the effect of the oven’s heat is still in it. Eating bread without a meal means a sickness or dying alone. Eating from a loaf of bread which is halfbaked in a dream means that one may suffer from high fever.

If a poor person eats sweet bread or a cake in a dream, it means sickness or loss of what he maybe expecting to receive. Eating the thin variety of rock baked bread in a dream means increase in one’s earnings.

A thin loaf of bread in a dream also could mean a short life. Holding two loaves of bread in a dream means marrying two sisters, one after the other. Eating simultaneously from two loaves of bread, one in each hand in a dream also means a marriage to two sisters. Eating pretzels in a dream means adopting a good health diet. Stale bread in a dream means inexpensive or shoddy prices. Dough in a dream means debts or loans.

A flying loaf of bread with two wings means high prices. Eating a flat loaf of bread, or a loaf of pita bread in a dream means easy living or prosperity. Eating a bun in a dream denotes a decent financial stability. In a dream, a loaf of bread also represents little money or little earnings, or a small wage.

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FEET

For some people, dreaming about feet can be a very sexy dream. Besides sexual connotations, the dreams can represent your ability to move forward in life. Dreams with feet in them point to how well you are balanced and grounded.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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FLOATING

Floating in water can be symbolic of floating on top of your emotions and being in harmony with the unconscious. Floating through the air has the same symbolism as flying. Floating usually represents your current feelings of peacefulness and general freedom. On a more negative note, floating could also be symbolic of your aloofness, lack of connection or a need to become more grounded. In order to interpret any dream appropriately some self evaluation and honesty is required. Meaning of dreams is very personal and specific for each dreamer.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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RAINBOW

Rainbows are colorful bridges that fall across the sky, but we can not walk across them (or use them to get to our pot of gold). Currently you may experience great joy and have extraordinary or even magical ideas, but remember that you can not walk across the rainbow bridge, so stay well-grounded. Usually a rainbow follows a rainstorm.

If so, you have weathered a difficult time that is coming to closure, this dream symbol may represent your optimism. Generally, rainbows make people smile and feel happy. Thus, some may consider this dream a sign of your good luck. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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FEET

Feet represent your ability to move forward in life. Dreams with feet in them point to how well you are balanced and grounded. Also, washing the feet denotes freedom from worry, itching feet means you will walk on new land (travel), to see a strangers feet means you will meet someone new, hurting feet denote family problems, cold feet denote a reluctance to go through with something, losing your feet shows unexpected problems, children’s feet bring small worries, large feet shows that you have good health, small feet brings many small worries.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

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AIRPLANE

Example: I saw a biplane fly overhead. Its pilot was performing daring new stunts. I ran into a house to tell a man who was in bed to run out and see the plane’ (David R).

The example clearly shows one aspect of what a plane means, being daring in a new area, taking risks in life, braving a new work area or relationship. Sometimes the plane in the sky represents us feeling threatened by something new or un­known, thus one dreamer dreamt of bombs being dropped from a plane when she was offered a new job which would take her into the public eye.

The crashed plane: can be anxi­ety bringing down our ambition or adventurousness; a loss of self confidence or mental equilibrium.

The plane journey: shows a move towards independence; leaving home or friends; success. Being grounded: sense of not getting any­where and frustration.

An attacking aircraft: feeling attacked either by our own doubts and self criticism, or that of others. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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LEGS

Support; motivation.

To have one’s legs knocked out from under one’ means loss of confidence and urge to carry on with life. Although we may depend upon someone like a partner or parent for support, or work or position for self value, ultimately the legs represent our own emotional or con­ceptual support system. So we may be considering what sense we have of our own value when trying to understand leg(s) in our dream. See left; right; lame. Feet: foundation; to have ‘one’s feet on the ground’; to be well or badly grounded’; fundamental issue in our life. Idioms: put one’s foot in it; feet of clay; let the grass grow under your feet. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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ANCHOR

A symbol of security, as in Family, Home, and Notice-of’Intention-to-Marry.

The desire to be grounded in spite of all the emotions. Self-confidence, but also standstill.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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BAREFOOT

See Foot. Being grounded. Asceticism, health, frequent vacations.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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BASKET

Container. Warmth and marriage.

The contents of the basket are important. Symbolically, the basket is connected to the element Earth, the same way the chalice is to water. In that sense, the basket always is connected to being grounded. Ask yourself if you are doing all right in your everyday existence. Do you have reason to be dissatisfied, or are you looking for security and more acceptance? According to psychoanalysis, the basket represents the female sexual organ in a man s dream.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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BOOTS

Being grounded, mobile, and getting ahead.

A symbol of something new.

A sexual symbol.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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BROWN

Nature, nature-connected, vitality, grounded- ness. Also vacation and sunshine. Clay, mud, feces. It also might point to subjugation.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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CELLO

Harmony, as in Choir. Depth, being grounded, and movement into the unconscious. Are you playing or are you listening?

According to psychoanalysis, the female body.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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CLAY

Being grounded, healing.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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DIVINING / DOWSING ROD

Being grounded, emotional sensibility.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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DOCK

Groundedness, security, as in Anchor and Buoy. Being at home, coming home, as in Parents’ House, Family.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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EARTH

Being rooted, grounded, protected. Everything grows from the womb of the earth, symbol of motherli- ness and fertility.

The type of earth may also point to the dreamer (for instance, clay, sand, humus, etc.) Memories and ancestors are residing deep within the earth. Also a symbol of a difficulty in digesting reality.

In the I Ching, earth represents the dedication to conception, the mother.

The food for the people of the Babylonian underworld was earth.

According to Jung, earth and clay are the food of the underworld, because as the earth accepts the dead, the dead eat the earth.

Basis and foundation of a subject.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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FLOOR

External and internal foundation, personal attitude. Always refers to being grounded, as in Foot and Basement.

The floor can also be seen as a barrier between you and the ground. See Stone / Clay Floor.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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FOOT

Leg. Your own point of view. Independence (to stand on your own feet). Always a symbol for being grounded, as in Basement and Floor. According to Freud, phallic symbol.

Astrology: Sign of the Fish.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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GARDEN

See Field.

The garden is the place where our soul joins nature. It symbolizes longing, fertility, and a satisfying love life.

A place of harmony and relaxation (as well as sin, as in the “Garden of Eden’), a place to become grounded and a place of civilized nature, corresponding to a “civilized” inner life.

It is the domestic, fenced-in area in contrast to the untamed Field, or even Forest. Stepping into a garden is like retreating from the harshness of the outside world, looking for protection and relaxation. In Egypt the garden has always been the symbol for woman. According to Freud, female sexuality.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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GRASS

Growth, connection to nature, groundedness. Something that is deeply rooted.

The condition of the grass is important. Fresh green grass means health; dried-out, crushed grass means dissatisfaction, illness; grass that is too high and growing wild means unrealistic ideas. Also, as in marijuana, a longing for freedom, enlightenment, and relaxation.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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HEAVEN

The realm of spirits, thoughts, and intuition. Here, a person is confronted with two worlds, with head pointing toward heaven and feet planted on the ground. In that sense, this dream image points to the necessity of being more grounded; but it might also mean being in a good mood (heavenly feelings).

The castle in the clouds is also pertinent, pointing to the conflict between fantasy and reality. Dark, cloudy skies symbolize depressive moods or lack of clarity, which is often about dreams and goals.

According to the I Ching, heaven represents the creative and powerful father. According to Freud, it is the place where wishes are fulfilled. According to Jung, it is the world in which one loses touch with the earth and with reality.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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HEEL

Your sore or vulnerable point, place of injury (Achilles’ heel). Are you well grounded?... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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HEEL (SHOES)

Being grounded, which makes you appear taller. Losing a heel indicates the loss of being grounded—either the negative “living above your means,” or the positive wish to live more simply and easily.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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HIP

Usually refers to being grounded.

The hip is the connection between the upper and lower body—of the conscious and the unconscious.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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LEG

Foot. Symbol for setting things in motion on your own initiative, in contrast to being in a vehicle Auto, Car.

It is also a symbol of your attitude toward life and, particularly, to being grounded.

In psychoanalysis in the past, the leg was considered a sexual symbol: a beautiful leg meant satisfying intercourse; a broken leg was a symbol of adultery (today this is probably less appropriate).... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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POTATO

The food of the poor, particularly in the 19th century, which thereby connects this image to fear of social decline—note Van Gogh’s painting The Potato Eaters, for example, where dark and somber colors convey the mood of poverty.

At the same time, the image of the potato refers to groundedness, since it grows underground. As a root plant, the potato addresses the rootedness of the dream- er. As a tuber, the potato has a peculiar androgynous shape: it could represent a phallic symbol as well as typically feminine shapes. As one of the basic food forms, the potato also represents the nurturing female as well as the power of Mother Nature.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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ROOTS

See Tree. Being grounded and rooted. Ancestors. Possibly a symbol for a lack of decision and a lack of ego-identity.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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SAND

This image represents the transitory—as in the hourglass—and the fear of getting stuck and sinking into the sand.

The saying “throw sand in people’s eyes” means deception. However, the sandman also throws sand in people’s eyes so that they can get a restful night’s sleep. In addition, sand also points to the element of earth (in a more delicate form), and in that sense again points to the dreamer being grounded.

In the form of sand on the beach, this image points to vacation and relaxation and, in addition, the gentle waves of emotions that over time smooth out that which is rough and tough (stone).

If this dream takes place in a sandbox, your unconscious wants to give you a plan that you can use in your everyday life.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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SHOE

Being grounded and protected against the powers of the earth. It also points to the place where the dreamer is standing.

According to Freud: putting on a shoe symbolizes a sexual act. Compare this to River.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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SHOEMAKER

See Shoe. Being grounded.

Folklore: Bad luck.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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SQUARE

A symbol of wholeness. You are on the path of individuation and self-awareness. You are grounded and emotionally balanced.

The idea of being grounded was particularly emphasized by Plato, who considered the square the original symbol of Earth, since the angles of the square are an expression of permanence, in the sense of its structural shape.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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STOCKING

Being grounded. In rare instances, may also have a sexual meaning (particularly putting on a stocking).

A light stocking means grief; a dark stocking means enjoyment; a stocking with a hole symbolizes loss; a silk stocking symbolizes wealth.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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STONE / CLAY (FLOOR)

Points to the necessity of becoming more grounded, but at the same time it is what separates us from the “naked” earth.

According to Jung, it expresses darkness, as in Forest.... 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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EARTH

1- To dream of the planet Earth is to take account of the supportive network we have in place in our lives and the attitudes and relationships we take for granted. We are searching for some kind of parental love or social order. Soft earth particularly links with the need for mothering or tactile contact.

2- We have the need to be grounded and practical but need support to be so.

If we find ourselves under or trapped by earth, it shows we need to be more aware of, and understand. our unconscious drives and habits.

3- Earth is the Great Mother and is synonymous with fertility.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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FALL

1- A fall in a dream outlines the need to be grounded, to take care within a known situation. We may be harmed by being too pedestrian.

2- If we forget who we are or where we come from, we will surely fall.

3- Spiritual fear is symbolised here, particularly the Fall from Grace and its attendant consequences.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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EARTH

(see Clay, Globe)

Being grounded or having solid foundations (e.g., being “down to earth”). Earthly or mundane matters.

The physical plane.

Plowing and planting: Efforts toward acquiring or accentuating positive attributes (see Garden, Farm).

A place of emergence, especially for magical power. In the Middle Ages, it was widely believed that witches gained energy from the earth, and could disappear if they touched soil. Alternatively, this can imply positive energy directed toward developing personal traits and characteristics.

A period of peacefulness. Teutonic tribes would often put down their weapons of war during the season of the Earth Goddess.

Groveling in earth: Debased morals or ideals, or possibly begging for forgiveness.

Mud: Ambiguous circumstances; things getting botched (see Dirt). Alternatively, malicious gossip meant specifically to make a perceived opponent look bad (e.g., “mud slinging).

Among Native Americans, the earth element represents the physical nature, so if the land in your dreams is rich and fruitful, you are likely quite healthy, as is any effort that requires “hands-on” attention.... The Language of Dreams

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AFRICAN AMERICAN

An Afncan American may lead you to discover the value of your roots or heritage. As a character, he or she may exhibit grounded or soulful qualities that you may need to discover within yourself. As a representative of a group that has been the object of discnmination. he or she may appear as a symbol of pride, whatever your ethnicity.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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BEAR

For Native Americans, the bear comes to initiate the power of healing medicine and can represent a call to walk the path of a healer or medicine person.

For the urban shaman, the bear’s call may be to a profession in the healing arts such as massage therapy or reflexology. As an archetype, the bear pos sesses strength and a grounded connection to the earth.

The bear often represents the nurturing or mothering aspect that comforts and heals as the primary relationship early in life.

Thus, an angry bear can signify a response to the devouring nature of your own mother.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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BROWN

Earthy and rich, the color brown expresses your grounded nature. Brown may represent earthiness and cultural richness.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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CARROT

Eating carrots may represent the need to be grounded in the earth by offering the body good nutrients from the earth to sustain itself.

The proverbial dangling carrot suggests temptation.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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EARTH

Earth itself comes to signify rhe manifestation or creation of God. Like the womb of the mother, it offers stability and structure and provides the gifts of plenty.

It is that which represents the matenalization of thought. Earth sustains all life.

It is the ground on which all is built, and it is the playground through which life is enjoyed. Earth can represent the physical body. In your dreams it may represent your concerns about the Earth and her resources.

The presence of Earth in a dream may mean simply that you may need to get grounded.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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