1. Urges for a family, to have a baby. 2. A need or desire to care for the child within.
The pit, like the abyss, represents the void and possibly death – not necessarily a physical death, but more a death of the old self. We have no choice but to go forward, knowing that we may fail, but also that if we do succeed our lives will change for the better. To face the […]
If you dream of reading an obituary in the newspaper you may soon receive some disquieting news of a death. If the obituary happens to be your own then it denotes that you have something or someone in your life that could cause you great trouble, maybe even death. Death can also mean to a […]
Babies can symbolize a new thing being brought into a person’s life, Isa. 42:9. A baby is also symbolic of a gift from God, Ps. 127:3
To see a woman nursing a baby is a dream with a desire for parenthood.
(Childbearing; Planting) In a dream, a pregnancy indicates woman’s success, diligence and assiduity in pursuing her goals. In a dream, pregnancy also means receiving recognition, respect and prosperity. If a man sees himself pregnant in a dream, it means that he suffers from heaviness in his life, or it could represent one’s fear of exposing […]
1. Feelings of renewal after loss, changes. 2. Release of undesirable personality traits (death of self ). 3. Repressed hostility (another person). 4. Reverse: good health (death of self ).
Dreams about death are not necessarily bad omens, but they usually represent anxious or angry feelings. To dream of your own death is actually positive – it means renewal and letting go of an old stage of life. This is also a common dream when you are getting over an illness – and it’s a […]
(Foreseer; Fortuneteller; Predictor; Soothsayer) Seeing an astrologer in a dream means associating oneself with spiritual masters and witnessing some of their miraculous signs. An astrologer in a dream also may mean knowledge of people’s secrets, curiosity, inquisitiveness, meddling in people’s affairs, divulging people’s secrets, soothsaying, fortune-telling, backbiting, predicting the future, hearsay, gossip, distress or trouble. […]
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