A dream that you are waxing any part of your body (for hair removal) suggests that you are making a minor life-changing decision. Some aspect of your daily routine is being altered. Alternatively, it may represent your self-punishment or tough attitude on yourself. If you burn yourself with the wax, or your skin looks otherwise […]
To dream of the upper part of the body links with the mind and the spiritual aspects of the character, while the lower part of the body represents the instincts and emotional aspects. An adult’s head on an immature body, or a child’s head on an adult body is an indication that we need to […]
Falling in a dream means despair or disappointment, or it could mean a mistake that cannot be covered. Falling in a dream also means changing conditions from good to bad, or a marriage failure and changing of spouse. It also means changing profession, country or religion. Falling in a dram also projects the reverse effects […]
To dream of seeing a person or body parts impaled, or if you dream that you are being impaled, suggests a forceful or passionate release of your repressed emotions. Now you can be more direct with others about your feelings. Also consider which part of the body is being impaled and what that body part […]
(AUTO/CAR), OIL – The engine is to the car as the heart is to the body and the oil is to the car as the blood is to the body.
The engine is to the auto that the heart is to the body. The oil is to the car as blood is to the body.
(Venter) The surface part of the body between the chest and the pelvis in a dream represents one’s strength and health condition, wealth, or it could mean poverty. (Also see Body’)
To dream that your body is robust denotes authority, that it is weak denotes failing or infirmity of the part in question (Artemidorus) ; here the ancients and moderns meet undoubtedly the dream of any part of the body, whether of one’s own or that of another, is resultant upon physical stimulus.
In the sense that a place suggests a ‘spot’, places appearing in dreams allow us to orientate ourselves in order to make the best use of information we are given. Interpreting the symbolism of certain places gives us an insight into our own ‘inner landscape’. A place that becomes fertile or lighter in the course […]
If we are viewing a dead body we may be having to consider a part of ourselves that has died or changed irrevocably, or perhaps a now defunct relationship. If we are the body in the mortuary, we may have induced a state of inertia that does not allow us to enjoy life properly.