İndex

Reference all words indexed, for they are pointing out something one needs to know; see “important”

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Pointing

Pointing in a dream, particularly by one of our dream characters, indicates either that we are being given a sense of direction, or that we are being pointed away from a present action and should leave it behind. If we are being pointed at we may also be being singled out for a particular task.

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Tacks

To dream of tacks, means to you many vacations and quarrels. For a woman to drive one, foretells she will master unpleasant rivalry. If she mashes her finger while driving it, she will be distressed over unpleasant tasks

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Grasshopper

1. A force hostile to the dreamer. 2. Pointing out a grasshopper to others indicates indiscreet behavior on their part.

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Signaling

winking, pointing, and signaling others with your feet can symbolize an underhanded person, Prov. 6:13

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Fingernails

Reveals the motive of intent; research distinguishing details, i.E. Color of polish, length, etc.; See “pointing

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Sucking / Suckle

To be conscious of sucking in a dream suggests a return to infantile behaviour and emotional dependency. Sucking a lollipop alerts us to a need to bring ourselves some sort of comfort. Sucking a finger symbolizes the primitive urge to suckle.

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Arrow

Arrows as weapons suggest power, energy and expertise. As a means of pointing the way we should go, they will often hint at the next steps we need to take in personal development.

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Hammer

Dreaming of a hammer represents the need and power to drive forward, despite the obstacles. If you dream of using a hammer to drive a nail cleanly into wood then you will meet with much success in whatever you choose to undertake in the near future. If you hit your finger with it this will […]

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Bath

To dream that you are taking a bath signifies a cleansing of your outer and inner self and a washing away of difficult times. Your dream also may be pointing toward forgiveness and letting go. Also see “Bathtub”, below.

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