Mother

(India, interpretation of dreams) If you dream that you see your mother and converse with her, it indicates that you will have prosperity in life. To dream that you have lost your mother indicates her sickness.

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Cow

The eternal feminine, especially the mother or mother figure, is often depicted by the cow. This is partly because it provides milk and nourishment.

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Corn

The great mother, or mother nature, in her nurturing aspect is always shown with corn representing fertility and fecundity.

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Angel

From a psychological perspective the angel is the personification of the relationship with mother or mother figure and needs to be looked at as a separate entity to both her and the dreamer, i.E. As though it were a living, breathing being.

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Mother

Our relationship with mother is pivotal in our development and will often give rise to her appearance in dreams. Largely it is the first relationship we develop, probably should be perceived as a nurturing, caring one, and allows us to develop such relationships with other people. If this does not happen, fears and doubts may […]

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Mother

(Educator; Eye-brow; Governess) Seeing one’s mother in a dream has a deeper and a stronger meaning than seeing one’s father. All the same in one’s dream, seeing her means attaining one’s goal. Man’s dreams are most pleasing when he sees his parents, grand parents or a relative. If one is going through difficulties and sees […]

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Navel

Center of the solar plexus. The cord that tied you to physical existence and allowed nourishment to enter the physical structure prior to birth into this physical world. Once the cord was severed, physical connection to the mother was severed. The physical location that once caused you and mother to be one. The aspects of […]

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Crab

In a woman’s dream the crab will often represent the different aspects of the three-faceted moon goddess, maid, mother and crone. In a man’s dream it is more likely to suggest the ‘smother mother’.

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Nourishment / Nurturing

All symbols of containment (the vessel, cup, cauldron, bowl etc.) Are symbols of nurturing and femininity. Food-producing animals are also associated with the nourishing aspects of the mother and, therefore, of mother earth.

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Queen

This usually represents our relationship with our mother or mother figure, and thus with women in authority generally. This applies to a dream image of any regal figure – not only the present queen, but also a historical one such as victoria. An empress will also have the same connotation.

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