The meaning of Stiffness in dream | Dream interpretation


(see Lameness, Numbness, Paralyzation)

A circumstantial dream that comes from sleeping in an uncomfortable position.

Arrogant, strict, and uncompromising attitudes exhibited by yourself or others.

Because stiffness impedes your ability to move, this can be an alternative type of obstacle dream.

The Language of Dreams | Patrica Telesco

1- Stiffness in dreams would suggest some anxiety or tension is present. There is a holding back of energy that is causing rigidity.

2- To be stiff with someone is to be reserved and withdrawn, probably through shyness but possibly through anger.

A stiff exterior would suggest a judgmental attitude.

3- At certain stages of spiritual development, discipline can appear as stiffness.

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary | Pamela Ball

Stiffness may represent some aspect of the dreamer’s personality or disposition, or that of someone else in the dreamer’s life.

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia | James R. Lewis and Evelyn Dorothy Oliver

Sensing that you are either holding yourself back in relationships or endeavours, or you are too formal; anxiety or tension.

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences | Tony Crisp

(1) Stiffness may symbolize arrogance; rigidity; being set in one’s own ways; stubbornness.

(2) It may mean there is some emotional blockage in you. See also Block(-age).

A Dictionary of Dream Symbols | Eric Ackroyd


Stiffness | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Stiffness


GUEST

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

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WEATHER SUPERSTITION

In the past, when people lived and worked on the land, the weather was very important and people watched for patterns to help them predict the future weather. They then made up rhymes to help them to remember these patterns. Some of these sayings do contain a grain of truth. Others, particularly those that try to predict the weather for the following season from a single event, are unlikely to contain much truth. It is possible that your unconscious may draw on these ancient sayings not to predict the weather, but to predict your changing emotions or state of mind. So if an image of a red sky in the morning appears in your dream, could this be a warning, not of a storm, but of possible emotional conflict?

Here is a list of some of the most wellknown sayings.

If images that are reminiscent of them appear in your dreams—for example, cows standing in a line or crickets chirping—as well as referring to the specific symbols involved, it is always worth looking for possible interpretations concerning your mood or state of mind using the weather-related entries in this chapter as your guide:

  • Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight; red sky in the morning, shepherd’s warning.
  • Rain before seven, fine by eleven.
  • A sun shiny shower, won’t last half an hour.
  • If cows are standing in a field it will be fine, but if they are lying down it is going to rain.
  • Clear moon, frost soon.
  • When squirrels lay in a big store of nuts, look for a hard winter When bees stay close to the hive, rain is close by.
  • Rain, rain go away, come again another day.
  • Haloes around the moon or sun mean that rain will surely come.
  • When forest murmurs and mountain roars, close the windows and shut the doors.
  • Moss dry, sunny sky; moss wet, rain you’ll get When smoke descends, good weather ends.
  • A cow’s tail to the west is weather coming at its best; a cow’s tail to the east is weather coming at its least.
  • Flies will swarm before a storm.
  • If crows fly low, winds going to blow If crows fly high, winds going to die.
  • When sea birds fly to land, there truly is a storm at hand The sharper the blast, the sooner it’s past.
  • Rain is on the way if people with curly hair find their hair curlier and people with straight hair find their hair straighter.
  • Rain is on the way when old people with joint or muscle problems such as rheumatism or arthritis have stiffness and discomfort.
  • You can tell the temperature by counting a cricket’s chirps.

You can tell it will rain if: cats clean themselves more and meow more; pigs wallow about and squeal; cows huddle together as if seeking comfort from each other; horses ’switch and twitch’ and sometimes bolt; insects fly low and bite more; birds chirp more loudly; dandelions close their blossoms tightly; morning glory ’tucks in’ its blooms as if ready for a long nap; clover folds up its leaves; leaves on many trees roll up or show their undersides... The Element Encyclopedia

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