1. If a group is observed that is controlled, not threatening in any way, the dreamer feels like he/she is accepted into the group. 2. If the group is disorderly and threatening, the dreamer feels like an outsider. 3. If the dreamer is separated from the group without any feeling of not being part of […]
1. The need for orchestrated activity with one’s peers to succeed at something in particular. 2. A measure of how well the particular group was doing in performing a certain activity. 3. Desire to harmonize or be “part of the group.” 4. Admiration for “group” effort.
Dreaming of voting in an election, whether general or within the workplace, highlights our wish and ability to belong to groups. Being voted for signifies acceptance by our peers. If we are conscious that we are voting with the group we are happy to accept group practice. Voting against the group indicates a need to […]
A group – usually of people – is a number of different individuals often from different backgrounds with a common aim. Spiritually it is usually this aim that will bind them together. Gangs will develop signs and language peculiar to themselves and will tend to anarchic or criminal behaviour. In dreams, therefore, a group will […]
A coven is a gathering of a group of people with a common belief, particularly wiccan. Capable of calling on natural forces for either good or bad, it gathers to enhance the vibration of both the individual and the group.
Dreaming of belonging to a brotherhood, a mystery school or a closed (secret) society indicates our need to belong to a group of like-minded people. We all need approval from our peers, and such a dream indicates the way we handle ritualized group behaviour. For further clarification you might like to consult spiritual imagery in […]
A galaxy of celebrities, in the sense of a group of people, most of whom have some importance in their own field, are perceived as powerful. In dreams, if this image is present we perhaps need to decide what the common factor is between them and how this might relate to our lives. You might […]
1. Feeling that perhaps it would be better to be separate from someone, or some group. 2. Feeling proud to be part of a particular group.
In the mundane world a sense of not belonging to a peer group can lead to a feeling of isolation, of being an outcast. In waking life we are aware of restrictions and boundaries that are not necessarily self-imposed. Any sense of being beyond some kind of boundary can mean one of two things: either […]
1. If part of the group, indication that one gets along well with others. 2. If one is willing to become part of group, indicates one is willing to be reasonable.