When we become conscious of the seasons of the year in dreams, we are also linking with the various periods of our lives; spring signifies childhood; summer, young adulthood; autumn, middle age; winter, old age.
The seasons of a person’s life or waiting for a specific day or event to happen, Job 14:13 NLT
To dream of snouts, foretells dangerous seasons for you. Enemies are surrounding you, and difficulties will be numerous.
The need for us to be able to divide time into periods or phases arises initially from the necessity to co-operate with the seasons from a survival point of view. Given deadlines and limitations, the human being is able to survive through striving. In dreams we instinctively link with this inherent ability and need to […]
At a period in our lives when we are emotionally cold, images associated with winter – such as ice and snow – can highlight the appropriateness, or otherwise, of the way we feel. In clairvoyance, the seasons can also indicate a time of year when something may happen.
To dream of seeing urine, denotes ill health will make you disagreeable and unpleasant with your friends. To dream that you are urinating, is an omen of bad luck, and trying seasons to love.
The easter egg is a pagan symbol of renewal and in dreams often takes us back to childhood feelings of promise and wonder. It may also alert us to the passage of time, since the mind will often produce symbols of times and seasons rather than actual dates.
Spiritually, it may well be a simple image, such as the tide turning, which indicates that we are finding our way and can progress on our spiritual journey with confidence. Consult the entries for autumn, emotions, moon, spring and seasons as well as the information for seas in the water entry.
Normally these dreams are not about an actual childbirth but rather about new seasons of purpose and destiny coming forth into your life. If a name is given to the child, pay close attention because that usually indicates that a new season in the purposes of God is being birthed. There are, of course, exceptions […]
Baskets traditionally represent the seasons. A full one, for instance, is full fruition and abundance, a time of harvesting. As a container, a basket can also represent the feminine closing or receptive principle.