The meaning of Tutelage in dream | Dream interpretation


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Islamic Dream Interpretation | Ibn Seerin


Tutelage | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Tutelage


SPONSORSHIP

(Guarantee; Legal guardianship; Support; Tutelage) To take the responsibility of caring for someone, or to sponsor someone, or to become a legal guardian of someone, or to guarantee someone in a dream means blessings, profits, or victory over one’s enemy.

A sponsorship in a dream also signifies steadfastness and resoluteness of both the guarantor and his protegee.

It is also said that sponsoring someone in a dream means to cause him harm. Guaranteeing someone or something in a dream means profits. Sponsoring a child in a dream means advising an enemy.

(Also see Guarantee; Legal guardian)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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SUNRISE!SUNSET

Sunrise may symbolize new life, or a new phase in your personal development. Sunset may symbolize death, literally or figuratively; or the end of a phase. There is a widespread myth of the death and rebirth of a sun-god, who dies in the west, where he is swallowed by the ocean, but rises again in the east. This may be seen as symbolizing the personal transformation brought about by attending to the promptings of the unconscious. This involves being willing to relinquish reliance on intellect alone and submit to the tutelage of a more primitive kind of knowing.... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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CARL JUNG ON DREAMS

Jung studied under the tutelage of Sigmund Freud. Their differing views on dreams and dream interpretations led to a permanent rift that led them to go their separate ways.

Like Freud, Jung believed in the existence of the unconscious. However, he didn’t see the unconscious as animalistic, instinctual, and sexual; he saw it as

more spiritual. Dreams were a way of communicating and acquainting ourselves with the unconscious. Dreams were not attempts to conceal our true feelings from the waking mind, but rather they were a window to our unconscious. They served to guide the waking self to achieve

wholeness. Dreams offered a solution to a problem we are facing in our waking life.

Jung viewed the ego as one’s sense of self and how we portray ourselves to the world. Part of Jung’s theory was that all things can be viewed as paired opposites (i.e. good/evil, male/female, or love/hate). And thus working in opposition to the ego, is the “counter-ego” or what he referred to as the shadow. The shadow represents rejected aspects of yourself that you do not wish to acknowledge. It is considered an aspect of yourself which is somewhat more primitive, uncultured, and awkward.”

He said, “Dreams are the main source of all of our knowledge about symbolism.” This means that the messages you receive from your dreams are expressed symbolically and must be interpreted to find their true meanings.

Jung says that rarely do the symbols in dreams have just one meaning. And when interpreting the messages in your dreams, he suggests going with your first hunch, relying on your intuitive abilities, before applying morerational methods of dream interpretation.

Perhaps one of the most fascinating dream theorists might be Edgar Cayce. Today, we would call him a psychic. When he was alive, he was a fascinating individual who, it appeared, could speak with the dead, make predictions about the future, and provide insight into areas where the normal person couldn’t go.... Dreampedia

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