Joker

A dream featuring this card is warning you that your idleness could make someone else richer. Get busy – if you let someone else take what’s yours, you will only have yourself to blame.

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Abbey (Church)

1. One’s inner state is peaceful, anxiety free. 2. If the abbey is damaged, something is intruding on one’s ability to achieve peacefulness. 3. If the structure is seen in clear weather, a hint good things are on their way, which will result in a diminu­tion of anxiety. 4. If the abbey is seen in […]

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Poker

(card game) symbolic of taking a risk. If you have a good hand it symbolizes having an advantage in a situation. If you have low value cards it symbolizes a need to make peace with your opponent

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Speed

Travelling at speed suggests trying to achieve a fast result. Speeding – as in a traffic offence – suggests being too focused on an end result, and not the method of getting there. However, as the opposite to fast, being slow in dreams gives a sense of greater tranquillity than such frenetic behaviour. To be […]

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Nightmare

If you have nightmares, try to understand the fears and the events in those dreams. They suggest that you might be holding on to be traumatic or guilt based conflicts. You may have a lot of powerful negative feelings that require reconciliation. If nightmares continue for an extended period of time, the individual should consider […]

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Solitaire

If a diamond ring, see “diamond” and “ring”; research type, i.E. Marquee, tear drop, etc.; A solitaire card game is loneliness

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Bingo

To dream that you are playing bingo (or if your dream features a bingo card) suggests that you may be relying too much on fate. Try taking more responsibility for your own decisions, but don’t be too hard on yourself if things don’t always go perfectly.

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Cards

On a psychological level, card playing in a dream can be seen as taking calculated risks and alerting us to potential danger. Generally, our subconscious may be registering concern, either about ourselves or others. Business cards convey the idea that we are happy to give other people information about ourselves, or to receive such information […]

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Table of contents

(Chapters; Drawers; Scrolls) In a dream, the table of contents represents the subject of a hardcover book containing the bezels of wisdom, or a book of knowledge. It also means a rich woman, a rich man, a report card, forthcoming benefits, a register, an astrological sign, a scroll, or a drawer.

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Pay / Payment

Payment, as in a monetary transaction, can often show our attitude to finance. To be paying cash suggests a more immediate use of our money and resources, whereas paying by credit card signifies a need to satisfy our immediate needs without thought of the consequences. A cheque nowadays could well show a slightly outdated attitude.

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