This symbol is highly personalized, and should be considered in light of your relationship with your father. Generally, dreaming of a father (yours or anyone else’s) represents authority, while mothers represent love and protection. If your relationship with your father was good, dreaming of him implies advancement and/or assistance from authority figures in your life. […]
To see your pet or someone else’s pet in your dream, may represent your talent for self-control and holding your temper. Alternatively, this dream can also represent a need for more love and acceptance from others. It is common when a person is infatuated with someone. If you dreamed about a pet who has died, […]
To dream of your father, signifies that you are about to be involved in a difficulty, and you will need wise counsel if you extricate yourself therefrom. If he is dead, it denotes that your business is pulling heavily, and you will have to use caution in conducting it. For a young woman to dream […]
To become a grandfather in a dream means longevity or earning respect. Seeing one’s grandfather in a dream also means enjoying a happy life. A grandfather in one’s house in a dream represents one’s own father. Therefore, any interpretation relative to one’s father should apply here. Ifone’s grandfather dies in a dream, it means loss […]
(Hitler, stalin etc.) If we have, or had, an overbearing father, a known dictator may appear in dreams as representing that relationship. It is as though our dreaming self cannot face confrontation with father as such. Such a figure may also appear where issues affecting the community in which we live are of concern to […]
This is a symbol of someone who has died or passed away because of grief in life or having been crushed by sin, Ps. 31:12
To see a corpse in your dream, represents an aspect of yourself that has died or is being repressed. Or it may mean that you are unexpressive – you have shut down your emotions.
Memories can remain buried for years and often when people who have died appear in dreams, we are being reminded of different times, places or relationships which will help us to deal with present situations.
Our concept of authority first develops through our relationship with our father or father figure. Depending on how we were treated as children, our view of authority will be anything from a benign helper to an exploitative disciplinarian. Most authority figures will ultimately lead us back to what is right for us, although not necessarily […]
If we are viewing a dead body we may be having to consider a part of ourselves that has died or changed irrevocably, or perhaps a now defunct relationship. If we are the body in the mortuary, we may have induced a state of inertia that does not allow us to enjoy life properly.