Fright

(Alarm; Shy) A fright in a dream means sickness or stress. If a sick person or one who is suffering from stress is seized by fear in a dream, it means that he will recover from his illness or dispel his stress. (Also see Fear; Horse fright)

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Yellow-Jacket

An angry person filled with fear that has a stinging, adverse attitude

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Killing

To see yourself killing someone in a dream may be a result of suppressed anger, fear, or jealousy towards that person, Gen. 4:8

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Choking

If the dreamer is being choked, there is fear of some one in real life. If choking another, hatred of that person.

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Terror

Terror in dreams indicates fear of a person or an existing condition that worries the dreamer.

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Vampire

Often the fear of emotional and sexual relationships can be represented in dreams as a vampire. Because the human being still has a fear of the unknown, ancient symbols that have represented this fear can still appear in dreams.

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Dead (Person)

1. An aspect of personality as represented by the dead person. 2. A need to resolve old issues—likely in relation­ships, often behavioral—and finally lay them to rest. 3. An overwhelming fear of loss. 4. Positive changes are in the offing. 5. A level of the unconscious is attempting to communicate with the conscious.

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Stones

Stones and rocks are symbols of hindrances. To throw a stone in a dream indicates a fear of some person.

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Ankle-rings

If a person sees himself as having worn one or two ankle-rings, he will be faced with hardships, fear, imprisonment and the like.

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Telephone

Telephone calls from a specific person, living or dead, implies a telepathic message from that person. If the person is living, the dreamer should hear from him or her within a very short time. If the dreamer is making a phone call, she wants to tell someone something but is holding back out of fear. […]

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