Basket

If the basket is full of bread it can represent sharing – as in a sacramental meal. If the contents are spilt, it signifies the possible failure of a venture or sometimes the premature ending of a project.

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Revolver

1. An ending to a phase of life or relationship, sometimes abrupt. 2. Injustice, anger; use caution to limit outbursts of tem­per. 3. An emotionally charged, possibly dangerous situation.

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Demolish

1. Completion, an ending. 2. A need or desire to eliminate old patterns of behavior or ways of thinking. 3. Repressed anger or rage that needs to be addressed. 4. Use caution against harsh words in relationships.

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Sinking

1. One’s career, life, etc., Is heading in the wrong direction. 2. Someone is pulling one down. 3. Something important in one’s life is ending.

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Arrow

A dream that features an arrow promises pleasure. Good times are coming, and bad times are ending.

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Bomb Shell

To dream of bomb shells, foretells anger and disputes, ending in law suits. Many displeasing incident{s?} follow this dream.

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Ring

We all need some kind of continuity in our lives, something that gives a sense of long-term comfort. A ring holds this symbolism because it is never-ending and is self-perpetuating. To be ringing someone in a dream suggests we are trying to make contact with something important.

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Calm

To see calm seas, denotes successful ending of doubtful undertaking. To feel calm and happy, is a sign of a long and well-spent life and a vigorous old age.

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Swan

As the soul of man, the swan is often taken to be the divine bird. It can sometimes denote a peaceful death or ending as in ‘swansong’ – at one time swans were believed to sing only at the point of death.

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Scythe

The scythe, like the hourglass, is often held by the figure of death and represents the ending of physical existence. We are becoming aware of the fact that the cutting off of life – or energy – may be imminent around us, although it need not be our own death.

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