To dream that you are taking part in the Holy Communion, warns you that you will resign your independent opinions to gain some frivolous desire. If you dream that there is neither bread nor wine for the supper, you will find that you have suffered your ideas to be proselytized in vain, as you are […]
Intellectually, when presented with options of action we may tend to go for a result that gives short-term rather than long-term satisfaction. The idea of giving in to temptation suggests that it is stronger or more powerful than we are. Often dreams can show us the course of action we should be taking. If we […]
1. A message regarding taking things too seriously. 2. A message of not taking things seriously enough. 3. A longtime riddle or a puzzle may yet be solved. 4. Someone may be taking advantage of a situation.
Airplanes represent our journey through life. They signify a desire for excitement and new adventures. They can also be a powerful dream metaphor of either your life taking off or crash landing. • What is happening to the plane in the dream will tell you which. For example, if the plane can’t get off the […]
It symbolises a powerful and strong enemy. Fighting with a lion means one will soon fight an enemy that is strong and powerful.
To be taking a holiday in a dream indicates a sense of relaxation and of taking a break from responsibilities. In theory we do not have to be concerned about ordinary everyday matters.
In a dream, a ram represents a noble person. Holding a ram by its wool in a dream means taking money from a noble person. Holding a ram from its horn in a dream means being restrained by a noble man from engaging in something. Holding a ram from its buttock in a dream means […]
When we dream of taking part in a ceremony or religious ritual we are conscious of a new attitude or skill that is needed or an important change which is taking place in our lives, perhaps a promotion at work or acceptance by our peer group.
Powerful hands symbolise the wielding of great power.
1. Abundance is in the ofﬁng, often in terms of family life. 2. Taking things seriously (as in “talking turkey”). 3. Not taking things seriously, playing the fool.