To come close to a person in your dreaming with a pure and sweet breath, commendable will be your conduct, and a profitable consummation of business deals will follow. Breath if fetid, indicates sickness and snares. Losing one’s breath, denotes signal failure where success seemed assured.
1. Possible illness, difﬁculties (to feel “out of breath”). 2. Feelings of great contentment; satisfaction with life and affairs. 3. Anxiety, apprehension (as in “to hold one’s breath”). 4. Symbol of life energy, the spirit.
To dream that you have bad breath, suggests that you are misleading others.
To dream of having bad breath can symbolize a poor choice of words during a conversation or being self-conscious
Spiritually, air signifies the breath of life and is the second element in the four creative elements of fire, air, water and earth, which together are part of the manifestation.
A minty dream – whether you dreamed of a breath mint, or the herb mint – foretells happier times for the healthy, and healthier times to someone who has been unwell.
Air represents the intellect and psychologically allows us to bridge the gap between the spiritual realm and the physical. As breath, it is a necessary part of life which tends not to be thought about until there is a problem. In dreams we will become conscious of air as a breeze or a wind of […]
If you’re out of breath in your dream, or having trouble breathing, it means you’re suffering from a guilty conscience about something you’ve done in the past. If you’re breathing slowly and calmly in your dream, however, it means the time is right to achieve all types of things.
1. If eating garlic, one is looking to achieve better health. 2. Eating garlic also might indicate a feeling that one needs to repel others (pungent breath).
To dream of Absalom, is significant of distressing incidents. You may unconsciously fall a victim to error, and penetrate some well beloved heart with keen anguish and pain over the committal of immoral actions and the outraging of innocence. No flower of purity will ever be too sacred for you to breathe a passionate breath […]