Guess in dream meaning | Dream interpretation

To dream of making a guess in a dream is an omen of general good luck. However, if you guessed wrong, the dream could symbolize your concern over knowing all the facts, or doing the right thing, in a real life situation.

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A dream of contrary.

If you were doing the guessing, you will soon hear a confidence or the solution to a puzzling situation; but if someone else was doing the guessing, it’s a warning that you’ve got a potential Judas in your social circle.

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Guess | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Guess


(An organism living on another; Children; Insects; Parasites; Silkworm) In a dream, worms represent daughters or children living under their father.

The same goes for all worms, annelids, intestinal worms, or parasites that live on cadavers. Seeing tapeworms coming out of one’s backside in a dream represents one’s grandchildren.

If one sees worms coming out of his mouth in a dream, it means that some members of his family are plotting against him, though he knows about it, and he will finally escape from their danger, but at his own expense.

If one sees worms coming out of his stomach in a dream, it means that he will distance himselffrom evil companions. Consequently, he will regain honor and purity. Worms leaving one’s body in a dream mean overcoming distress, or paying alms tax. Worms in a dream also represent one’s enemies.

A silkworm in a dream means a customer in one’s shop, or it could represent one’s profession. Silkworms in a dream usually mean financial benefits, though in some circles they represent illegal money, or guesswork.

(Also see Earthworm)... Islamic Dream Interpretation


Islamic Dream Interpretation


Depth Psychology: Dreaming about being an orphan: you feel unloved, rejected, and lonely. You don’t quite know where you belong or whom to trust. You are looking for safety and security.

The rest of the dream is important; you might find a solution.

See Abandonment, Child, Loneliness, Parents. Outer Office

Vision: Sitting in an outer office: whatever you have planned, have courage and keep on going—don’t second-guess yourself.

Depth Psychology: Providing you haven’t set your goals too high, you will succeed. See Secretary.... Dreamers Dictionary


Dreamers Dictionary


Vision: Looking at a pair of scissors: when two people fight and you get in the middle, guess who gets hurt! Both will turn on you! The dream also indicates an impending separation caused by a woman. In a man’s dream, cutting with scissors means a relationship with a woman is ending.

Depth Psychology: In men’s dreams, scissors often have to do with a fear of castration or impotence. Generally speaking, scissors mean losing a loved one, but it might also be a call to end a relationship at last. Scissors also stand for irony, sarcasm, and harsh criticism that you yourself are guilty of, or that others use toward you. In scissors dreams, other symbols have great meaning.... Dreamers Dictionary


Dreamers Dictionary


Dreams of editing or an editor signify your desire for perfection and/or that you may be second guessing yourself. Alternatively, dreams of an editor signify that you are taking responsibility for the power of your words, and you are coming into a position of power regarding the role you play in influencing people with your words. See Critic, Word and Gate Keeper.... Strangest Dream Explanations


Strangest Dream Explanations


If you dream of being a guest, then this dream is about how comfortable you are receiving.

If you are the host to a guest you are the provider of the space. There’s always a bit of mystery and guesswork in dealing with a guest, which represents that you are feeling stiffness, awkwardness, formality and hospitality in your own home.... Strangest Dream Explanations


Strangest Dream Explanations


Dreams of rules signify a right and wrong mentality, as well as your own moral code.

If this dream feels stressful, then you may be attempting to understand or second-guess your own guidelines.... Strangest Dream Explanations


Strangest Dream Explanations


Material aspects: A lottery suggests the idea of gaining through taking a risk with money. Gambling is part of human nature almost since time began, but a lottery is less immediate and in today’s society much less to do with trying to guess the will of the divine.

To dream of winning a lottery would suggest that one has either been lucky or clever in waking life.

To dream of losing might suggest that someone else was in control of our destiny. You might like to consult the entries for gambling, ticket and win / winner.... Dream Meanings of Versatile


Dream Meanings of Versatile


They symbolize the loved ones to whom you feel united. According to their condition, you may guess the health of those people. Fingers also relate to gestures and how you express yourself. Therefore, seeing a threatening finger indicates that your words and opinions are too aggressive and may hurt others. However, if the fingers are used affectionately the arguments you state will seduce and convince even your adversaries.

If they point to you the dream involves self-blame.

If they point to a particular direction maybe they are showing the way forward within your own existential confusion.

If you cut your finger and it bleeds the dream augurs good fortune.

If you dream that you have an additional finger you will receive an inheritance. ... The Big Dictionary of Dreams


The Big Dictionary of Dreams


Dreams in which the lottery appears, unfortunately, are not premonitory. That is, if you dream about it, it doesn’t mean that you will guess the winning number. However, the dream is positive, because dreaming you win the jackpot shows great confidence in your life and in the goals you have set. If, however, you dream that you are betting your wealth on a game of chance, it means that you behave as if chance will solve your problems. Your unconscious is warning you that it is a mistake to wait for conflicts to be resolved by themselves. (See GAME, CARD, and ROULETTE)

According to many superstitions, the omens in this dream are unfavorable.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams


The Big Dictionary of Dreams


The names that appear in dreams can contain word play that leads you to their true meaning.

It is important to pay attention to them and try to guess their hidden meaning.

There are superstitions about different names. For example, if you dream your name is “Jorge” (“George”) you will never be hung.

If the name happens to be “Ines” (Agnes), you will go mad.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams


The Big Dictionary of Dreams


This figure is related to the ABBOT, the SAGE, and the POWERFUL. It could be our unconscious call for attention, asking for someone else’s help in order to overcome a difficulty.

If the one who guesses is the dreamer himself, the oneiric image shows a status of high self-esteem and self-confidence.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams


The Big Dictionary of Dreams


The symbolism in fairy tales speaks to adults as well as children, and deals with childlessness, sexual maturation, remarriage, jealousy across the generations, sibling rivalry, incest, murderous rage, inheritance issues and other timeless problems.

If you find yourself transported to the scene of a well-known fairy tale, the following tips may help with the interpretation. First of all, consider what common fairy tale motif your dream scene is depicting. For example, it could be:

Courtship tale
A strong theme in many fairy tales is the idea that love and goodness triumph. In the animal bridegroom tale, the girl protagonist marries some kind of beast, who is transformed by love in the course of the story into a (usually handsome) prince. In your waking life, do you feel you deserve the reward of love and security for your efforts? Do you believe love can conquer all? Or is your dream urging you to reconcile your masculine and feminine attitudes in waking life?

Good and bad choice
Most fairy tales involve a moment when the protagonist is faced with a choice. These include: helpless people or creatures to be kind or beastly to; opportunities to tell the truth or lie, or cheat or be honest; a choice to stand up for your principles or betray the innocent and submit to tyranny.

If someone’s inside and outside are at odds, typically by the end of the tale the two are reconciled (as in the Beast’s transformation in ‘Beauty and the Beast’). Notice the elemental justice of this fairy tale motif and see whether you can relate any of its themes to your waking life.

Magical gift
A mirror that allows one to see one’s heart’s desire (or one’s loved ones); a table that sets itself with food and dishes; a stick that beats one’s enemies; a goose that lays golden eggs; a pouch that replenishes itself with gold. Consider the symbolism of these motifs. To what gift or hidden quality is your dream referring?

Magical Helper
These would include: an old crone, a talking frog, a fairy godmother, a swan to convey one across a river, a bird that carries one in his claws. Also, and not always in a helping role, one might encounter magical creatures such as witches, ogres, fairies, mermaids, unicorns, trolls, gnomes and dragons. Consider the symbolism of any helpers, or non-helpers, that appear in your dream; they represent psychological energy or strength that you either possess or need to find. What qualities do they represent, and how will they help or hinder you?

The ‘Rule of Three’
Many fairy tales, as well as many dreams, seem to obey what might be called the ‘rule of three’. They may contain three characters (’Goldilocks and the Three Bears’, ‘The Three Little Pigs’, The Three Billy Goats Gruff); three wishes; three tasks that a prince (or princess) must do to win his (or her) true love; three times for a request or saying to be repeated (I’ll huff, and I’ll puff…’).

If you find yourself in a story in which three is significant, see NUMBERS.

Trial or test to win one’s love
Going ‘east of the sun and west of the moon’ and bringing back a treasure; learning the answer to a riddle; spinning straw into gold (and guessing Rumpelstiltskin’s name); breaking through the 100- year-old forest to find the sleeping princess. Can you relate such tests to your waking life? What trials and tribulations do you need to overcome?

Remember that these stories have been told and retold for centuries because they have resonated with their hearers and expressed something important to their audiences. So if scenes from a specific fairy tale appear in your dream, consider the symbolism of the fairy tale motif, and see how the story and the lessons it teaches apply to your waking life.

If a specific character appears in your dream out of context from his, her or its fairy tale, for example Cinderella wandering the streets of New York on her own, Sleeping Beauty buying a house or Puss in Boots accompanying you on a train journey, consider what aspect of yourself or your life the character represents. So if you find yourself having lunch with Rapunzel in your dreams, think about the symbolism of her hair, which was cut off to punish the girl for her indiscretion. Is there something you feel guilty about in waking life or should feel guilty about? Or do you feel imprisoned in an ivory tower and long for freedom of expression?

Finally, don’t forget that, above all, fairy tales encourage you to believe in possibilities and the hidden ‘magic’ that can be discovered in the most unexpected places.... The Element Encyclopedia


The Element Encyclopedia

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