Sleeping in a dream means heedlessness or joblessness. In general, sleeping or feeling sleepy in a dream has negative connotations except for someone who is scared, or who expects an adversities or sufferings he may experience otherwise. This is because sleep abates all fears, annihilates them and clams one’s distress. Sleeping in a graveyard in […]
Sleeping during a dream may be symbolic of peace or rest from troubles in your life, Prov.19:23. Sleeping while others are working is symbolic of shame, poverty, and unwise behavior, Prov. 10:5
To dream of sleeping on clean, fresh beds, denotes peace and favor from those whom you love. To sleep in unnatural resting places, foretells sickness and broken engagements. To sleep beside a little child, betokens domestic joys and reciprocated love. To see others sleeping, you will overcome all opposition in your pursuit for woman’s favor. […]
To dream that you take pills, denotes that you will have responsibilities to look after, but they will bring you no little comfort and enjoyment. To give them to others, signifies that you will be criticised for your disagreeableness.
1. Considering or taking a large number of vitamin pills reﬂects concern about the state of one’s health. 2. If in a vitamin shop, considering various vitamins, one may be considering various actions that will energize one’s life.
If you dream that you are sleeping, you are experiencing a peaceful period in your life.
To see a sleeping bag in your dream, represents warmth and protection. You are expressing a desire to slowly explore the realm of your unconscious.
To dream of a sleeping pill demonstrates a wish to escape reality. It may indicate problems in your waking life that require therapy or counseling.
If you dream of seeing or taking tranquilizer pills, you may be avoiding some issue or situation in your real life. It’s also possible that you are refusing to recognize a negative aspect of yourself. If you dream of being shot with a tranquilizer gun, or slipped a tranquilizer, there is an annoying person in […]
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