Breeze

As a soft wind, a breeze suggests unconditional love and the presence of the divine spirit. In some senses, it can also represent purity.

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Fortress

Symbolic of the protection afforded to believers through faith in Christ, Ps. 31:3. A fortress can also symbolize a strong enemy presence in your life

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Obelisk

Any carved stone appearing in a dream suggests we are considering how we have shaped our own basic nature. The simpler it is, the more room we have for improvement; the more ornate it is, the more successful we are at using our creative energy.

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Cold

The loss of our connection to the spirit realms can be felt in dreams as extreme cold. Equally, this can signify the presence of a spiritual energy.

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Doctor

The presence of a doctor in dreams suggests the appearance of the healer within. We each have within us an aspect of spiritual knowledge, which is capable of reminding the physical body of its right to be well.

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Shovel

1. Ready to find out (dig for) answers to long-standing ques­tions. 2. Trying to understand oneself better. 3. Change of life is suggested as indicated by the presence of shovels.

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Arena

Dreaming of being in an arena, either as a player or as a spectator, highlights the fact that we may need to make the decision to move into a specifically created environment, one which gives more room for self-expression and creativity or theatricality.

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Mourning

Mourning expresses grief, a coming to terms with loss. In the spiritual sense we may believe in life after death but we still no longer have the physical presence of the individual.

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Androgen / Androgeny

We need an understanding of how our emotional selves can balance our personalities. The presence of an androgen in dreams suggests that we need to reconcile opposing thoughts and feelings within ourselves to achieve a balanced progression.

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Ladle

1. A feeling that someone is not being completely forthcom­ing, possibly secretive or only giving information out by the “spoonful.” 2. Happiness can come from the presence of chil­dren. 3. Feelings of loss (if the ladle is broken).

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