Area figurative of self-control; exaggerated or unbelted shows no self control; bare has no spiritual covering
1. Control issues. 2. Situation or person is out of control and in need of guidance. 3. Illness.
We may encounter something we cannot control, and which may control us. To be crossing a field shows we could have a false sense of security, or may need to bring our feelings out into the open.
1. A situation has gone out of control. 2. Inability to control one’s impulses. 3. Low self-esteem.
As a funnel channels material placed within it in a controllable way, this image can suggest control of spiritual or creative energy, for instance in healing, but also control of the emotions in certain situations.
1. Life’s journey. 2. Mobility, personal control (if the dreamer is driving). 3. Feeling a lack of control, letting others set your path. 4. Finding lost valuables.
Kicking a ball around in a dream signifies our need for self-control, but also our control of external circumstances. To dream of being kicked highlights a propensity to be a victim.
Emotions in waking life are difficult to control. Through a belief in karma we can use our dreams to help us gain control of those emotions.
Often when our security is threatened, a symbol which reinforces our need for defence mechanisms appears, and the padlock comes into this category. It offers sanctuary and an element of control. If the padlock is of an ornate design, such control may be more complicated than we first thought.
1. Fears and anxieties—usually over loss of emotional control, often over loss of control of a situation. 2. Anger or feelings of futility that one has no control over destiny. 3. Someone has “hijacked” the dreamer’s projects, activities or even relationships.