In general, to see plastic cutlery in your dream suggests that you are not being true to yourself and your values. Specifically: Plastic forks can mean that you should be careful not to believe everything you are told – and don’t exaggerate to others either. Plastic knives may represent anxiety about a male person in […]
Lots of water can mean you’re over your head or in lots of financial trouble. It could also symbolise stress or the feeling of having LOTS of big responsibilities.
(Glass slippers; Hoof; Protection; Wooden clogs; Wooden slippers.) Slippers in a dream represent property, protection, a ring, or preventing evil happening. Wearing a pair of slippers in a dream also means a journey, or travelling by sea, or it could mean buying a new vehicle. Tight slippers in a dream means tightness in one’s livelihood, […]
To see a plastic bag in your dream, represents the responsibilities that you carry. If the plastic bag was ripped or torn, then it indicates that you have a lot of worries. Try to find a way to de-stress yourself.
(Slippers) In a dream, an animal’s hoof, or an ostrich’s hoofmeans strength or travels. It also means to wend one’s way and prepare for the better. (Also see Slippers)
To dream of slippers, warns you that you are about to perform an unfortunate alliance or intrigue. You are likely to find favor with a married person which will result in trouble, if not scandal. To dream that your slippers are much admired, foretells that you will be involved in a flirtation, which will suggest […]
(Sandals; Shoes; Slippers) A wooden clog maker in a dream represents piety, asceticism, repentance from sin, purity, cleanliness, a hygienic person, or a marriage into a family of outcasts. (Also see Slippers)
To see or wear slippers in your dream symbolizes relaxation, but this dream can have two meanings. Either you are very relaxed and comfortable lately, to the point of being lazy – or you need to relax because you have been stressing about a situation in which you feel insecure or not in control. If […]
Mankind as a vessel of service; research accordingly, i.E. Plastic, clay, glass, plastic, iron, gold, silver, etc.
A plastic promise; see “plastic”