To dream of your heart paining and suffocating you, there will be trouble in your business. Some mistake of your own will bring loss if not corrected. Seeing your heart, foretells sickness and failure of energy. To see the heart of an animal, you will overcome enemies and merit the respect of all. To eat […]
A darkened heart or a stone heart is symbolic of a wicked or unregenerate person, Ezek. 36:26. An upside down heart is symbolic of distress and anxiety over troubles in life, Lam. 1:20
(Daughter; Pulsate; Servant) In a dream, the human heart represents his awareness, diligence, intelligence, master, king of the human body and its governor. Seeing a heart in a dream also represents good conduct, good spiritual awareness, religious assiduity and clarity of speech. Ifone’s heart is stolen from him in a dream, it means fear, yearnings, […]
Charity comes from the word caritas which means ‘caring from the heart’. Since the heart is the seat of self awareness this caring has a very special spiritual quality about it.
(Heart; Pulsate; Throbbing) In a dream, palpitation means neglecting something, or abandoning it. Ifone sees his heart pulsating rapidly in a dream, it means changing his travel plans, or denying a marriage promise, or putting off a fight.
(Artery) In a dream, the aorta represents man’s heart, souls and innermost self because it carries the blood from his heart to all the main arteries. In a dream, the aorta also represents one’s happiness, health, sorrows and pain. (Also see Jugular vein)
To dream that you have a heart attack, refers to a lack of support and acceptance. Perhaps you also feel a loss of love.
Dreams featuring hearts suggest the dreamer enjoys open, warm friendships in real life. Also see “Heart Attack”, “Heartbeat” and “Heartbreak”, below.
The heart is the centre of the being and represents ‘feeling’ wisdom rather than intellectual wisdom. It is also representative of compassion and understanding.
1. Seat of compassion and tolerance. 2. Opposite of intellect (head). 3. Truth, courage (lionheart). 4. Central part of a situation (as in “heart of the matter”). 5. Lack of tolerance.