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Association: – Instinct & Appetite; Threat & Loyalty. Question: – What instincts are a threat to me? Who or what is my instinctive loyalty? In general: Wolf symbolizes aggressive impulses, instincts and desires, which can be dangerous, if dreamer has not mastered it better. Commonly it is understood as a reference to an external threat or a hostile people. Psychologically: The wolf is a very dangerous animal. In the dream, he appears as… Continue reading

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Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – see deaconess in a dream: temperance in eating and drinking will be appropriate; – be: tribulation. Hindu (Hinduism) – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – None dream explanation in Islam. * Please, see meaning of patriarch. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A female deacon. Complete definition Deaconess is a non-clerical order in some Christia… Continue reading

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To be pursued

Association: – Be on the heels. Question: – What do I want to be closer to me? – To whom am I ready to be closer? In general: To be pursued or to attempt to flee, are two of the most common dream events. Usually the dreamer attempts a responsibility or his feelings of having failed to escape; also fears or emotions, with which he is not ready that can be meant here. Persecution often points to libel attentive by others, against which you must fi… Continue reading

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Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – If a woman dreams of a hanger imprint on her household linen, then it indicates that the disease in the family. Hindu – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – None dream explanation in Islam. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation The impression of the foot in a soft substance such as sand or snow. Complete definition Footprints (or footmarks) are the… Continue reading

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Traditional Meanings: European (Judeo-Christian) Success (Hebrew: “Father of the crowd”) – This dream shows your courage in reaching goals and improvement of your life and because of your courage you will be successful. Definition of Abraham: Short definition (in the Bible) The Hebrew patriarch from whom all Jews trace their descent. Complete definition His birth name was Abram, is the eponym of the Abrahamic religions, amon… Continue reading

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Traditionally: Arabian – Tosee sign in the sky: wonderful experiences lie before your eyes. European – To see many signs: do not worry about your future; – To see sign or signs in the sky: do not be arrogant; – To make sign in the sand: announces secret love affair. Explanation & Definition: Something regarded as an indication or evidence of what is happening or going to happen. Signs is plural form. Synonyms: noun: mark, token, symbol,… Continue reading

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Sweep away

Traditional Meanings: Arabian (Islamic) Great works if sweep stairs (from the dirt turn away) – The dream shows that you will be able to master big works. * Please, see meaning of sweep. Definition of Sweep away: Short definition To remove something by, or as if by, sweeping. Complete definition Eliminate completely and without a trace. Synonyms of sweep away wipe out; related terms: destroy, destruct…. Continue reading

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Traditionally: Arabian (Islamic) – to dream a harness of cattle: futile struggle. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A set of straps and fittings by which a horse or other draft animal is fastened to a cart, plow, etc., and is controlled by its driver. Complete definition A restraint or support, especially one consisting of a loop or network of rope or straps. Synonyms of harness verb: gear; noun: trapping; plural: trappings; r… Continue reading

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