2. Hint that one is overcomplicating particular problems, that one should simplify and use plain emotional insights rather than intellectualizing.
3. If there are ﬁlled-out sections of a crossword, these often have separate messages. ... New American Dream Dictionary
A keyword also represents your inner radar and your ability to identify what you need and want. Consider what the keyword is. See Search Bar and Word.... Strangest Dream Explanations
Amethyst: Transition to spiritual awareness, higher knowledge, insight.
Apple Green: Powers of healing.
Aquamarine: Communication, expanded awareness.
Avocado Green: New beginnings.
Azure: Honesty, sincerity.
Blue Green: Spiritual healing.
Blue Gray: Fear of new ideas.
Blue Purple: İdealism.
Blue Violet: Honor, spiritual truth, devotion, inspiration.
Brick Red: Selfishness.
Bright Green: Uplifting.
Bright Orange: Health, vitality.
Bright Purple: Spiritual insight.
Bright Red: Courage.
Bright Yellow: Enlightened intellect, sense of fun.
Burgundy: Wealth, success, elegance, prosperity; in dreams, indicative of your potential power, or your desire for power and recognition.
Caramel: Career goals, aspirations.
Charcoal Gray: Depression.
Clear Brown: Avarice.
Clear Red: High energy.
Cloudy Orange: Confusion.
Cloudy Red: Greed, cruelty.
Cobalt Blue: İntuition
Copper: Fertility, career maneuvers, passion, money goals.
Coral: Friendship, friends.
Cranberry Red: Love, passion, energy, enthusiasm, courage.
Cream: Acceptance, tolerance, maturity.
Crimson: Optimistic, reckless, mournful.
Dark Brown: Materialistic approach to life, wistfulness, melancholy, indecision, fatigue.
Dark Green: Jealousy, rivalry, ambition, greed, insecurity, selfishness.
Dark Gray: Energy and guidance for problems to come.
Dark Orange: Distrust, deceit.
Dark Pink: Gentle and unconditional love, thankfulness.
Dark Purple: Deep devotion, deep compassion, vision.
Dark Red: High energy, strong determination, strong passion, anger, aggression.
Dark Turquoise: Heightening of communication, sensitivity and creativity.
Dark Yellow: Caution, jealousy, deceit.
Deep Blue: High spiritual attainment.
Deep Crimson: Shame.
Deep Gold: Prosperity.
Deep Orange: Pride.
Deep Pink: Marriage, mature love, trust, thankfulness.
Deep Red: Unconscious beauty.
Dirty Green: Envy, spite, illness, jealousy.
Dull Gray Brown: Selfishness.
Dull Yellow: False optimism.
Dusty Pink: Sexual desire.
Electric Blue: İndividuality, originality, encourages uniqueness, stimulates the need for behaving with humanity, creating innovation.
Emerald Green: Money, prosperity, peace of mind.
Fuchsia: Connection to spirituality and meditation, readiness to let go of old attitudes, preparedness for change.
Golden Brown: Friendship, illumination, wisdom.
Golden Orange: Self-control.
Golden Yellow: Joy, gladness.
Green Gray: Envy, deceit, fear.
Green Yellow: Jealousy, anger, sickness, discord, cowardice.
Gray Brown: Selfishness.
Hot Pink: Sex, lust.
Imperial Purple: Dreams, aspirations.
Indian Red: Leadership, valor.
Indigo: Spirituality, deceit.
Ivory: Superiority, slightly tainted purity.
Jade: Charitable nature.
Lavender: İntuition, dignity, spiritual growth, equilibrium, daintiness, nostalgia, femininity, soothing, affection and devotion.
Leaden Gray: Meanness, lack of imagination.
Lemon: Stimulates and vitalizes the brain. Cleansing.
Lemon Green: A liar, a cheat.
Lemon Yellow: Strong sense of direction in life.
Light Blue: Hope, faith, harmony, peace, tranquility, forgiveness, fidelity, honesty, patience, devotion.
Light Green: Youth, potential, vitality, health.
Light Gray: Fear.
Light Pink: Sexual love, love, romance, grace, joy.
Light Purple: İncreased psychic power, spiritual prowess, fantasy, romance.
Light Red: Happiness, courage, success.
Light Violet: Enchantment.
Light Yellow: High wisdom, intellect.
Lilac: Acceptance of responsibility, awakening, enchantment.
Lime Green: Abundance.
Magenta: Emotional healing.
Maroon: Sacrifice, courage, bravery, heroism, strength.
Mauve: Cooperation, trust, and self-confidence.
Midnight Blue: Damaged pride, protection.
Mint Green: Financial gain.
Muddy Orange: Pride, vanity.
Muddy Pink: İmmaturity.
Mustard: Difficulty in rationalizing, jealousy,
Navy Blue: Strong emotions, self-pity, wallowing.
Off White: Realism, peace of mind.
Olive: Peace, natural wisdom, uniformity.
Olive Green: Natural wisdom, harmony, need for peace in your environment.
Opaque: Grounded awareness.
Orange Brown: Self-indulgence, sloth, laziness, immorality, perversion, ignorance.
Orange Red: Sexuality, energy.
Orchid: Physical energy, happiness, power, healing.
Pale Blue: Sensitivity.
Pale Green: Empathy, sympathy, weakness.
Pale Peach: Modesty.
Pale Pink: True love.
Pale Primrose: Great intellectual power.
Pale Yellow: Shyness.
Peach: İnnocent love intermixed with wisdom, gentle strength, protection, confidence, communication.
Pearl: Spiritual mediums.
Pink Red: Outrage, imagination, innovation.
Quartz: Protection and purification.
Red Brown: Subdued emotions, deep anger, temperamental.
Rosy Pink: Unselfish love.
Royal Blue: Promoting laughter and joviality, loyalty, confidence, friendship, success.
Ruby Red: Passionate love, passionate anger.
Sable: Constancy, prudence, wisdom, abstinence and sobriety.
Salmon Pink: Job satisfaction.
Sapphire Blue: Broader perception, inner peace, spiritual healing.
Scarlet: Lust, excitement, sexuality, physical vigor, vibrancy, ostentation, manipulation, courage, passion, volatility.
Sea Green: Emotional healing and protection, calming influence, dynamic motivation.
Silver Blue: Deep wisdom, intuition, opportunities.
Silver Gray: Meditation, relaxation.
Sky Blue: İncreased psychic ability, lucid dreaming, hope, restfulness, peace.
Spring Green: Children, fertility.
Sunlight Yellow: Creativity, warmth, optimism.
Teal: Trustworthiness, devotion, healing, spiritual guidance and teaching.
Tomato Red: Pride.
Turquoise: Healing power, natural energy, the sun, fire, prosperity, peace, generosity, growth.
Violet Red: Passion, sex.
Yellow Green: Jealousy, anger, sickness, discord, cowardice.
Yellow Orange: İntellectual.... The Element Encyclopedia
For a woman to dream that she has given away the password, signifies she will endanger her own standing through seeking frivolous or illicit desires. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
If you can’t remember the password for something, you may need the help of family or friends to sort out a personal matter.
To share a password with other people in your dream is a sign that you will have to defend yourself against gossip.... My Dream Interpretation
Regarding the above dream only Imaam Kirmani (RA) says that a son or brother will be born in the home of the dreamer.... Islamic Dream Interpretation
To have your sword taken from you, denotes your vanquishment in rivalry.
To see others bearing swords, foretells that altercations will be attended with danger.
A broken sword, foretells despair.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
If a sword is interpreted as power, then it means diligence, and if it is interpreted as words, it means clarity of speech.
If it is interpreted as one’s father, then it represents the father’s pride of his son.
If one’s sword is weighing heavy and is being dragged with difficulty in the dream, it means an appointment that is difficult to bear, though one will draw benefits from it. Ifone hands his wife the blade in the dream, it means that she will bear a son. Ifhe hands her the sword sheathed in the dream, it means that she will bear a daughter.
An iron sword in a dream represents a son. Abrass sword in a dream means a rich son. Alead sword in a dream means an effeminate son.
A wooden sword in a dream means a son who is a hypocrite, and a tarnished sword in a dream represents an unattractive son.
To draw out one’s sword from its sheath in a dream could represent some words one is prepared to say.
If the sword is sharpened, bright and scintillating in the dream, it means that his words will be sweet and true.
If it looks rusted or tarnished in the dream, it means that his words will be harsh and false. Ifthe sword is heavy in the dream, it means that he will say words which are even heavy on him to bear. Ifthe sword has a crack in the dream, it means that his words will be rejected, and his intention will vex.
If one’s sword falls to the floor in the dream, it means that one may divorce his wife.
If one’s sword is seen laying beside him in the dream, it means that he is a man of authority. Ifthe loop or the belt breaks and the sword falls in the dream, it means loss of one’s power. Ifthe hilt breaks in the dream, it may mean the death one’s wife.
If one is given a sheath without a sword in a dream, it means that he will keep something in trust.
If the handle of one’s sword breaks in the dream, it means that either one’s father, uncle, aunt, or mother may die shortly.
If the blade breaks in the dream, it means that one’s servant, or assistant-worker may die shortly. Ifone sees swords flying in the air in a dream, they represent a plague.
A sword in a dream also could represent one’s anger, or his tight financial circumstances. Swallowing a sword in a dream means gathering the spoils of war.
If a sword swallows someone in a dream, it means a snakebite. In a dream, the sheath of a sword represents a woman. Hitting someone with a sword in a dream means insulting him with harsh words. Sheathing one’s sword in a dream means marriage.
If the blade ceases to cut in a dream, it means that one’s words will bear no weight. Ifone is hit with a sword, and if he loses his hand, his leg, or receives wounds in the dream, it means having an argument that involves one’s father, son, or brother, etcetera, depending which limb and what member of one’s family it represents.
If one’s head is cut off with a sword in a dream, it means that the one who received the blow will triumph over the one who beheaded him, or receive benefits through him. Ifone’s body is dismembered with a sword in a dream, it means that he may travel far, or that his progeny will disperse across the land.
A sword in a dream also represents wealth, power or knowledge. Waving a sword during a duel in a dream means becomingknown in one’s field or profession.
(Also see Duel; Knife)... Islamic Dream Interpretation
It is a symbol of power and intellect. See Knight. Seeking power, as in Monument and aggression. Frequent symbol for intellectual work since the sword separates and, therefore, leads us to make decisions. We use the sword to fend off somebody and it is, in that sense, a sign of distancing and individualism.
According to Freud, a phallic symbol, as is Knife. In psychoanalysis, separation or fear of separation, as in Goodbye, Abortion, Corpse, Death, Divorce, and Funeral.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
1- The sword in dreams invariably suggests a weapon of power. Wc may have the ability to create power and use energy properly through our beliefs.
2- The sword symbolises justice and courage as well as strength.
For the image of a sword to appear in a dream indicates there is an element of the warrior in us, and that we are prepared to fight for our beliefs.
3- Spiritually the sword signifies the power of authority and protection. In dreams to be given a sword signifies that we have the protection of the sacred. We are able to make our own decisions.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
Jung felt that this represented the conscious ego seeking freedom and singularity, separate from one’s place of origin or core group.
A tool that can help or harm. Just as the sword Excalibur could inflict wounds or keep a nation strong, swords represent all the things we have at our disposal—talents, knowledge, resources—that we have the responsibility to use wisely.
Truthfulness. Edged weapons cut through deceit in our dreams to the heart of any situation, even those things in which we deceive ourselves.
Feudal Japan: The emblem of a warrior’s soul.
The Katana is a long sword that represents a samurai’s soul and will, while the Wagasahi was shorter and the implement of honor and defense.
Honorably fighting for a just cause, often taking an integral leadership role in that fight (e.g., “taking up a sword”). Note that kings used a sword to bestow knighthood, and knights in turn regularly swore oaths upon swords.
A masculine emblem and alternative phallus. In pagan Europe, swords were owned by men, and often buried with them, whereas women held the house and land.
Breaking or misplacing a sword reflects the loss of authority or heroic mettle, or falling from an honored position in the eyes of those you respect.
An ancient emblem of the Sacred King, which may equate to your own masculine nature or the God aspect of the universe (see Men).
In the Tarot, an emblem of trouble and conflict.... The Language of Dreams
The way you use the sword is a reflection of how negatively or positively you use these character traits in your life. See Dagger, Weapon.... Dreamers Dictionary
For the image of a sword to appear in a dream indicates there is an element of the warrior in us, and that we are prepared to fight for our beliefs.... Dream Meanings of Versatile
If you break the sword, or lose it, disgrace or loss of position is threatened.
The sword, like the knife, if seen or being used against another person, as in an attack, can be interpreted as a symbol representing a desire for sexual union.... Psycho Dream Interpretation
• In a negative context it speaks of negative words that have been spoken against you.
• Positive: Generally the sword is a picture of power. Of course as believers we receive this power by the Word of God.
• Below are some variations of how we see swords in the spirit. This might differ for each person.
• I am not in agreement with a popular trend in some churches to go around taking actual swords and ‘knighting’ folks. I believe that in all of the Word, these are given to us as a type and a shadow and should be handled spiritually.
• The sword is an allegorical picture of the Word of God.
It is sharp and it divides the truth from the lie.
• If you see a sword bringing a division, then the Lord is about to expose the things that are wrong. This of course is carried out a lot by the teacher, who uses the Word to bring the truth and set God’s people free.
• Hebrews 4:12 For the word of God [is] living, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing apart of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and [is] a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.
• So it is no surprise that when I am praying for someone regarding their ministry and I see a golden sword, I know that the Lord is calling them to teacher training.
Negative: Speaking of Using Your Own Strength • To pick up your own sword and try to win the battle without the Lord speaks of doing things in your own effort. In the end you will only perish, because without God’s power you cannot overcome.
• Matthew 26:52 Then Jesus said to him, Put your sword up again into its place: for all those that take [up] the sword will perish with the • sword • Negative Words • The Word says that bitter words are like a sword.
If you see swords coming against you in the spirit, then the Lord is showing you that others have spoken negative words against you and licensed the enemy to attack.
• Psalms 64:3 Who sharpen their tongue like a sword, [and] bend [their bows to shoot] their arrows, [even] bitter words:
Dagger, Darts.... The Way of Dreams and Visions
(2) The sword may symbolize consciousness. In what Jung called the first stage of individuation, beginning at puberty, the conscious ego must free itself from the previously all-embracing unconsciousness, in order that the individual may fulfil his or her particular destiny. What the conscious ego has to ‘slay5 is not the unconscious as such, but its ‘devouring-mother5 aspect; and once that is done, the ego must treat the unconscious with respect and cooperate with it. (Compare folktales which depict a hero slaying a dragon with his trusty sword. The same theme appears in those myths of creation in which the creator-god wrestles with and slays the female monster in the primeval ocean and so brings order out of chaos.) See also Dragon, sections (2) and (3).... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols
It is the symbol of truth.
It is the conscious liberates itself from the unconscious part of the mind. This process of individualization usually appears in many myths and legends, when the hero fights dragons and demons with his sword.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams
If you dream of having false teeth this indicates that you will have unexpected help on a problem.
To dream of rotten teeth shows that you have been telling someone a lie or using your smooth words for getting your own way no matter what.
If your teeth are rotten, crooked, and/or falling out this means that your lies are hurting someone very badly and that you will soon be found out.
If you dream you have swallowed a tooth you will soon have too ‘eat your words’. It becomes much easier to interpret this kind of dream if you think of teeth as representing words. When the dreamer is not the one with the bad teeth you will naturally have to watch out for someone lying to you.... Encyclopedia of Dreams
But if the sword is short (and it does not touch the ground) due to the shortness of the belt, it means he will relinquish his power due to his dislike for it.
If the belt is cut it means he will lose control of his power or be absolved from his duties.... Islamic Dream Interpretation
When in dreams we arc conscious of a word being repeated, it can be either the sound that is significant or the meaning.
Certain words have esoteric meanings, such as the Hebrew word JHVH (Jehovah). Such words are more likely to appear in the dream state than in ordinary everyday life. We are more open to such information while we are asleep.
Words of power. T he Logos, the Sacred Sound.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
Example: ‘We walk around, go upstairs, and I notice a staircase leading to a room or rooms. It goes up square, about eight steps in a flight, but round and round—spiral. I am scared by them, don’t want to go up, but am curious. We move in and nobody but myself has really taken any notice of the stairs. Nobody has been up . In one dream I try to go up but the children are scared for me. They plead, ‘Don’t go up Mum, just forget them”. Then I wake. In the next dream I wait till they are asleep. Half way up_ I am terrified but have to go on. Then I wake. Next dream I got up there. Then I woke’ (Ann H). Ann’s dream theme recurs, so is important to her. In marking just some of the words we see that the ‘up’ or go up’ is important. Childhood fears hold Ann back for a while, but she dares to climb.
If we look at the entries for climb and stairs, we see they depict taking steps towards exploring the unknown, daring to explore one’s potential or opportunities.
By marking the words in this way we might also highlight certain statements otherwise hidden in the dream. Particularly watch out for the connections with the word T, such as I want, I do, I will, I have, I know, I cannot, etc. Example: ‘1 want to withdraw.’ I was full of sadness but was trying not to show it.’ ‘1 felt keyed up and ready to fight.’ Taking such statements out of context and looking for connections with everyday feelings oi situations often throws considerable light on the dream.
If what you realise is then considered in connection with the plot of the dream, the viewpoint your unconscious has on the situation might become evident.
For instance, the statement ‘I felt keyed up’ occurred within a classroom, and helped the dreamer understand the anger generated at school. See amplification; plot of the dream; the comments on dream processing in the Introduction; dream processing; postures, movement, body language; settings; symbols and dreams. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
Also look out for verbal slips in dreams in which you express strange or unacceptable thoughts or urges. These slips happen in everyday speech as well as in our dreams and, according to Freud, such slips can tell us something about our unconscious wishes. In real life, they may appear as verbal slips; in dreams, however, they can appear in images of the unexpected, embarrassing but secretly true feelings you may have.... The Element Encyclopedia
The pea associated with pee or urine, and the pod with a seed carrier, the testicles. Freud gives the example of a patient who dreamt he was kissed by his uncle in an ‘auto’.
The patient immediately gave his own association as auto-eroticism.
A psychologist whose patient dreamt she was going on a trip on a boat called Ncwland, correctly inferred that the patient was getting better, because the name suggested new territory traversed. One woman dreamt about a busy intersection, and realised it was referring to inter-sex-on.
So we need to consider how unconsciously we might be playing with words, then check if this helps us gain insight. Also, phrases are used in the same way. We might see such words as ‘1 felt a prick’, keeping it up was difficult’, ‘dead end’ and so on, in writing down our dream. See names of people; introduction to colours. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
If one speaks incomprehensible words in his dream, it means the opposite.
If one sees one of his limbs speaking against him in a dream, it means that someone will report him to the authorities, or become a witness against him in a court ofjustice.
(Also see Ring; Speaking; Stone polisher)... Islamic Dream Interpretation
Are the letters or words in your dream intelligible or are they a throwback to a language you once learned or heard or simply don’t understand at all? Some people say such images are evidence of past lives emerging into your dream life but most dream analysts believe they are symbolic representations of parts of yourself that you simply can’t understand or communicate with. Is the sound or the meaning of the word significant? As always it is important to try to decipher the confusing aspects of your dream. You might find that speaking the phrase aloud or sounding the letters after you wake up jogs some unexpected realizations. Sometimes confusing phrases when spoken aloud can suddenly make sense.
If the word you read or hear in your dream is your name, it is likely that your attention is being drawn to the person you are. You may also want to do some research on the true meaning of your name, as some believe it teaches the most important lesson we need to learn in life.
If you are aware of other people’s names in your dreams, you may be aware of the qualities that person has and it is these qualities you need to be looking at.
If you don’t know any person by that name again it might be worth your while considering what the traditional meaning of that name is.
If the name of a place comes up, what are your associations with it? Consider also if there is some word-play on names.... The Element Encyclopedia