The meaning of Vulgar in dream | Dream interpretation


If you dream of something that you find to be vulgar, then you are either venting out that which does not support you, and/or you are integrating a wild side of your nature that you have been resisting. See Integration Dreams and Venting Dreams.

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Vulgar | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Vulgar


FUR COAT

A sable fur coat in a dream means a war, a fight or deception. It also denotes vulgarity, meanness, or it could represent a powerful man, his wealth and children.

(Also see Fur; Sable)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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VULTURE

A vulgar or wicked person... Christian Dream Symbols

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Christian Dream Symbols

EVIL SPIRITS

To dream that evil spirits obstruct your doing good under the show of devotion, shows you shall be obstructed in your affairs by a hypocrite, who shall be a priest. And if you dream that you see hideous physiognomies, things more than vulgar shall be revealed to you.... The Complete Dream Book

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LION

To dream that you see a lion signifies you shall discourse with the ting or some great captain, or other valiant warrior.

If any dreams he combats with a lion, it signifies a quarrel, and that he shall engage with some resolute adversary; and if be dreamed he came off victorious, it shall certainly be so.

If anyone dreams that he hath found the skin, liver, or marrow of a lion—if he that dreamt it be a king, he wilt find the treasure of his enemies; if he be a vulgar person, he will suddenly grow rich.

The Queen Olympias, being big with Alexander the Great, dreamed that King Philip, her husband, had seated up her womb with a seal engraven with a lion, which did prognosticate the valor, magnanimity, and conquests of the said Alexander, The lioness signifies the same as the lion, only less good and less hurt, and that not by men but by women. have also known by a dream of a lioness tearing or biting, 11 says Artemidorus, ‘’that rich personages have fallen into crimes and accusations. ”.... The Complete Dream Book

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LOWLY, HUMBLE

Depth Psychology: Dreaming about being lowly or humble usually refers to vulgarity, questionable morals or ethics, crude behavior (your own or someone else’s), or an emotional low.

The rest of the dream symbols are very important. See Shrinking. Luggage

Vision: Carrying heavy luggage is a sign that you cany a lot of emotional baggage and unnecessary- problems, problems of your own making. What is it that you are lugging around?

Vision: Dreaming about having strong, healthy lungs means a strenuous task is ahead.

If your lungs are weak: you are unable to deal with a task assigned to you.

Depth Psychology: The dream may be suggesting either a physical examination (particularly of the bronchial tubes and lungs), or that a difficult job lies ahead. Take a deep breath—its the only way to succeed m whatever vou have been asked to do.... Dreamers Dictionary

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SEQUINS

A staple for a certain kind of glamour, the sequin is a shiny and reflective object that creates a vibrant effect that is considered slightly vulgar. Wearing sequins or having them available to be worn or affixed to an article of clothing reflects a desire to be noticed for a superficial presentation and a need for attention.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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TALKING IN YOUR SLEEP

Talking whilst asleep is a relatively common sleep disorder. The subject matter being talked about tends to be harmless. It may also make no sense at all. At other times, the content may be vulgar or even offensive to a listener. The talking can occur many times and might be quite loud, disrupting the sleep of a bed partner or roommate. Sleeptalking may occur in any stage of NREM or REM sleep and, because of this, some dream experts believe that talking or walking in your sleep could simply be an attempt to act out your dream. The reason for sleepwalking and sleeptalking could be the firing of motor and speech mechanisms in the brain, but no conclusive evidence for this has been found.

During the course of a normal night of sleep, the human brain switches between deep and light sleep, and dreaming sleep, several times; confusional arousals occur when the brain becomes divided, literally, between sleeping and waking. Part of the brain wakes up, but another part remains deeply asleep. During a confusional arousal, a sleeper may talk, sit up in bed, scream, or even leave the bed and wander around—the proverbial sleepwalking, although that is less common than sleeptalking. Because development of the sleep stage switching mechanism occurs during the period from infancy to about ten years old, confusional arousals are most common in this age group. Current research confirms the validity of popular lore about sleeptalkers and sleepwalkers—that one should not attempt to awaken them. Despite the open eyes, despite the calm or agitated talking, sleeptalkers are deeply asleep. The recommended strategy is that there is no need to yell or try to wake up someone who is sleeptalking; just make sure they are safe and comfortable. In the morning, the sleeper will not remember their episode. See also Sleep disorders entry in NIGHTMARES.... The Element Encyclopedia

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