The meaning of Monotony in dream | Dream interpretation


See Boredom, Uniform, Rhythm.

Little Giant Encyclopedia | Klaus Vollmar


Monotony | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Monotony


FACTORY

Symbolic of work, school, or a feeling of monotony in life.

A factory symbolizes any place that is routine ... Christian Dream Symbols

Read More...

Christian Dream Symbols

ADULTERY

Many people seem to have dreams about committing adultery or about their spouse committing adultery (cheating or being cheated on). In this dictionary there is a definition for cheating and here I will add a few more thoughts about this dream topic. Many dreams come from the private unconscious and are a reflection on thoughts, fears, desires, issues or are a response to stressful or anxiety provoking situations.

The details of the dream need to be considered before attempting an interpretation. Details such as who is cheating on whom and what are the circumstances surrounding this dream event, need to be established. At times people have dreams about cheating on their spouses as a response to a long and monogamous relationship.

The dream may be a compensation for boredom, monotony or unhappiness. On the other hand, the dream could be about you connecting to deeper parts of self, which is represented by a desirable person of the opposite sex. On rare occasions a person may suspect, or feel on some level, that their mate is not faithful but is not willing to admit this consciously. Thus, in the dream state the individual confronts his fears and from there may begin to deal with the situation on a conscious level. “The dream reveals the reality which conception lags behind.” Franz Kafka... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Read More...

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

ADULTERY 

Self-imposed guilt and/or shame. Are you getting what you want at the expense of others? Dissatisfaction.The desire to change. Guilt. Being part of / performing; You will be faced with taking responsibility for a situation that you were part of. Spouse or partner performing; Affection is a concern.

If you committed it, be on guard against giving your confidence to new friends; if you resisted it, you will have some disappointing setbacks, but they will be temporary. Many people seem to have dreams about committing adultery or about their spouse committing adultery (cheating or being cheated on). In this dictionary there is a definition for cheating and here I will add a few more thoughts about this dream topic. Many dreams come from the private unconscious and are a reflection on thoughts, fears, desires or issues are a response to stressful or anxiety provoking situations.

The details of the dream need to be considered before attempting an interpretation. Details such as who is cheating on whom and what are the circumstances surrounding this dream event, need to be established. At times people have dreams about cheating on their spouses as a response to a long and monogamous relationship.

The dream may be a compensation for boredom, monotony or unhappiness. On the other hand, the dream could be about you connecting to deeper parts of self, which is represented by a desirable person of the opposite sex. On rare occasions a person may suspect, or feel on some level, that their mate is not faithful but is not willing to admit this consciously. Thus, in the dream state the individual confronts his fears and from there may begin to deal with the situation on a conscious level. “The dream reveals the reality which conception lags behind.” Franz Kafka ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Read More...

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

CIRCLE

See Ball, Wreath.

A symbol of wholeness, a magic defense against danger: whatever takes place within the circle has special meaning. Ghosts and demons always move in a straight line, meaning that the circle and everything that is round provides protection.

The saying is that the devil sits in the corners and cant stay in round places. Circles and everything round always means wholeness.

In ancient Greece, the circle symbolized immortality with no beginning or end, as in Ring. In alchemy, the stone of wisdom (lapis) is always depicted as being round.

According to Jung, the circle (archetype of the man- dala) is pointing out that you are on the path of being initiated into yourself. Jung considered the circle to be the primary vision, the oldest symbol of mankind, and also the wheel of the sun.

In a few rare cases, the circle also has negative meaning: the endlessness of the circle can indicate monotony and constant repetition. Freud properly characterized neurosis as a need to perform a certain behavior again and again. This going-around-in-circles may be addressed here and he a hint that the “vicious circle” must he broken for the sake of happiness.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

Read More...

Little Giant Encyclopedia

HOT ROD

To drive a hot rod is to relive your youth. You have a yearning to “let down your hair’ and run wild for a while. Give in to it; give yourself a break from the everyday monotony.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

Read More...

Gypsy Dream Dictionary

AIR

(see Fan, Wind)

The significance of air in dreams often varies with its strength and other characteristics.

For example, a spring breeze is gentle and refreshing, whereas a wind storm may energize or blow away your foundations.

Hot air represents anger and self-importance, especially in the way one speaks (e.g., “being full of hot air”).

Cold air symbolizes real or perceived chilly feelings, to the point of being emotionless and stoic. Alternatively, this can indicate that a cooling-off period is necessary before reapproaching a problem will prove successful.

Humid air portends sadness by its damp nature, or a sense of discomfort that comes with nervousness. Alternatively, since humid air often precedes rain, it can reflect a forthcoming release of pain or period of refreshment.

Dry air reveals spiritual, emotional, or intellectual “dryness” manifested as droll words, tedious actions, or an overwhelming feeling of monotony in your life.

The world’s soul and breath that gives life to all things. In Sanskrit, the word from which we derive “atmosphere” literally means breath.

In Native American beliefs, dreams that center on the element of air are indicating mental issues that need attending.... The Language of Dreams

Read More...

The Language of Dreams

ZEPPELIN

Vision: Seeing a zeppelin: you will reach great heights. Flying in a zeppelin: you are climbing to the top of your profession.

If the zeppelin is crashing: beware, your livelihood is in danger! See Blimp, Flying.

Depth Psychology: Transforming sexual needs into spiritual energy increases creativity and allows you to rise above everyday monotony and achieve something special.... Dreamers Dictionary

Read More...

Dreamers Dictionary

THEATER

To dream that you are attending a theater is a desire to get away from monotony or overwork. It can also be a hidden urge to be more important than you are at present. See Adobe, Actor.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

Read More...

Psycho Dream Interpretation

ARRIVAL

An arrival is an event that marks the start of new situations. Whether the dreamer arrives someplace, or someone or something arrives suddenly, this dream could be caused by a prolonged state of lethargy and monotony. Perhaps, the dreamer desires an unexpected event to change the course of his life. ... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Read More...

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

CHIMERA

A chimera is a ghost, something unreachable. Its symbol—a mythological animal with the head of a lion, the body of a goat, and the tail of a dragon—represents perversion, as it invites you to trust in your delusions to the detriment of reality. Taken to the extreme, the chimera could bring you loss of contact with the real world. However, dreaming of chimeras cannot be considered totally negative: simply put, it reflects the need to live distinctly, to fight against the monotony that grips you. The subconscious urges you to start your imagination.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Read More...

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

FROG

The frog symbolizes the transition between earth and water, and the reverse. Therefore, dreaming of this animal expresses your capacity to adapt to whatever change or circumstance. Possibly, your instincts are demanding adventure, you desire a different situation or job. On the other hand, frogs are also associate with some unpleasant due to their texture, the monotony of their croaking, and their lives in green and mostly stagnated water. The dream could be a reaction to certain unwanted company that you are obligated to attend.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Read More...

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

PLATE

If you have a great capacity to give to others, probably in one of your dreams you have seen a plate. Not surprisingly, this element says that you are willing to serve your fellows.

If the dish is full of foods, it represents the food that is within you (tenderness, solidarity, etc.); however, if the plate is empty, you must find a way to fill it.

If you are washing a stack of dishes, the dream may suggest certain boredom and monotony. Dreaming that you break plates is, however, a mechanism of the unconscious to discharge accumulated tension and provide some peace and quiet.

Dreaming of plates is an excellent omen of health and wealth. You will never fail to have a plate on the table.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Read More...

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

WATERFALL

It is a sign of abundance and vitality. A continuous flow of elements that are renewed. It indicates events that develop in healthy and enjoyable manner. Everyday life is cheerful and without monotony. However, the context of the dream and the conditions of the waterfall are crucial for interpretation. In this sense, if in the dream they push you into a waterfall while on a boat, it means you do not control your excitement and emotions. Perhaps you have gone beyond your limit.

This dream refers to two traditional interpretations: you will be invited to a fun place or rumors about you will be spread.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Read More...

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Dream Close
Dream Bottom Image