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Chairman / Chief executive officer

… head of a department of instruction at a college or university.

Complete definition

A chief executive officer (CEO) is the highest-ranking corporate officer (executive) or administrator in charge of total management of an organization. An individual appointed as a CEO of a corporation, company, organization, or agency typically reports to the board of directors. In British English, terms often used as synonyms for CEO are managing director (MD) and chief executive (CE). In …

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Waboose Spirit Keeper of the North

… the Waabanowin went underground and have just begun to reemerge since the passage of the American Indian Religious Freedom Act. While many of the ceremonies and traditions are closely guarded, one that is known is the Fire Dance.

Comment by Ivan Maldonado: … There stood an Indian Chief holding a spear in a …

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Wolf

… the wolf – means the death of an enemy.

Medicine Wheel:

Meanings and interpretations by Indian people (indigenous North American culture and religion)

Keywords

Kindness, power, smart, evasive, protective, distinctive, compassionate, loyal, loyalty, perseverance, care, pathfinding, love, southern soul path.

Description

The wolf is associated with the medicine wheel in the inner position of the southern path and soul of love. Wolves are very social animals that live in …

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Nose

… senses? How nosy I am?

General Meanings:

Positive meanings:

Honor and prosperity in ancient Indian explanation if nose is red – the one who has nose that is red will get rich and respected by others;

Symbol of sexual needs if dream of nose – sometimes the nose can be interpreted as the sexual symbol, because of it’s senses. The bigger the nose, the bigger sexual desires the dreamer has.

Negative meanings:

Nose as the symbol of curiosity – the one who is too curious …

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Death

… anxiety, therefore it symbolizes things which will never will be as it used to be. The ancient Indian dream theory foretells that the dreams about death denotes to vitality and health.

Spiritual Meanings:

On the spiritual level death in the dreams is part of human’s life, which is indicated as omniscience, rebirth, resurrection and reintegration.

Traditional Meanings:

European (Judeo-Christian)

News of someone’s birth if heard of someone’s death – to dream that …

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Hair

… could show the fear and mostly of the times it represents grief, loss and sorrow;

According to Indian dream journal “Jagaddeva”, haircut signifies poverty and miserable life, which the dreamer will have.

Hair loss or hair falling out in clumps meaning in dreams

Powerlessness  if losing hair – The loss of hair mostly shows the lack of strength in the dreamer’s life. It could also show the fear of becoming older and unattractive. The hair is one of the most important …

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Islamic Water

… might help build a village.

• A physically strong person in the water: The king or dreamer’s chief has entrusted him with some difficult matter, which keeps him busy, and whatever he says will be heard by the higher-ups, especially concerning the matter in question.

• Entering the water with one’s clothes on without getting wet: Dreamer’s religious faith is unshakable and determination unswerving in relying on God in all matters here and in the Hereafter. He will always follow the …

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Jungle (Old-growth forest)

… existence and to gain a new life. A magic forest is also has similar meaning. According to ancient Indian dream interpretation, jungle announces that worries and disappointments are coming.

Psychologically:

The jungle is a very different unambiguous dream symbol. On the one hand it embodies the animal instincts, unreliability, the spontaneity and the egoism of the dreamer, on the other side is it also a mark for adaptability and vitality. In the dream, the jungle ground is very swampy and …

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Vampire

… is such a frightening creature that he is commonly regarded as an embodiment of the evil. Ancient Indian dream books understand him as a warning before own gentleness which is used from other.

Psychological Meanings:

Dark and Threatening thoughts Vampires should be only seemingly dead persons, who leave their grave at night and drink people’s blood. It was believed, that vampires are unresolved souls, which could not fulfill their purpose in life when they were alive. They were …

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Die of thirst

In general:

Die of thirst as Old-Indian dream books interpretation announce you expensive issues, which you must consider well.

Traditionally:

European (Judeo-Christian)

- There isn’t any interpretation of dream in Christianity.

Hindu (Hinduism)

- If you are dreaming that you die of thirst: expensive times will come; concerns are approaching to you, you have to be patient.

Arabian (Islamic)

- There isn’t …

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Reconciliation

In general:

Reconciliation can promise, as the Old-Indian book interprets, a quick success which you haave also earned after a lot of effort. Other dream books warn for an implacable enemy.

Traditionally:

European (Judeo-Christian)

- To dream that you reconcile with somebody; is considered to unforgiveness in the life;

- To experience the reconciliation: one will have an implacable opponent.

Hindu (Hinduism)

- The dream about …

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Mocking

… Mockery can announce that an intention fails and if you do it, it will be so ridiculous. Old-Indian dream books interpret it as a praise or acknowledgment which you can expect soon.

Traditionally:

European (Judeo-Christian)

- You are mockery object: is the sign of an impending award;

- Possibly, you will experience a neglect.

Hindu (Hinduism)

- You have been mocked: a commendation, connected with a public award is approaching to you.

Arabian (Islamic)

- To become a …

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Vision quest

… a vision of a future guardian spirit, traditionally undertaken at puberty by boys of the Plains Indian peoples, typically through fasting or self-torture.

Complete definition

A vision quest is a rite of passage in some Native American cultures. The ceremony of the Vision Quest is one of the most universal and ancient means to find spiritual guidance and purpose. A Vision Quest can provide deep understanding of one’s life purpose. A traditional Native American Vision Quest consists …

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Supervisor

… Arabian (Islamic)

- There isn’t any meaning of dream in Islam.

* Please, see meaning of chief.

Explanation & Definition:

Short explanation

A person who supervises a person or an activity.

Complete definition

A supervisor, foreperson, team leader, overseer, cell coach, facilitator, or area coordinator is a manager in a position of trust in business.The US Bureau of Census has four hundred titles under the supervisor classification.An employee is a supervisor …

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Scales

… also indicates that one must consider carefully all aspects before making a decision. The ancient Indian Dream interpretation it is rich additional profits, arms of announce even more distress.

Psychologically:

The scale is a dream symbol of justice, order, harmony, balance and harmony. It can be that the dream is weighed on the scale something, while it is always important to what items you have. Generally weighing is a dream for weighing and testing.The type of scales in a dream may …

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Wabun Spirit Keeper of the East

… the Waabanowin went underground and have just begun to reemerge since the passage of the American Indian Religious Freedom Act. While many of the ceremonies and traditions are closely guarded, one that is known is the Fire Dance.

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Water

… in business.

Medicine Wheel:

Water meanings and interpretations by Native American Indian people (indigenous North American culture and religion)

Keywords:

Cleansing – to clean, to free from dirt, or guilt;

Changing – to transfer from old one to new emotional or physical states;

Feelings – sensuality & sexuality;

The Full Moon – governor of emotions, of power and of knowledge;

The Frog Clan – deep, easily flowing feelings, flushing away stalemates …

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Elephant

… proboscidean, proboscidian, Elephantidae, family Elephantidae, rogue elephant, Elephas maximus, Indian elephant, African elephant, Loxodonta africana, mammoth, gomphothere.

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Iron grating

… resistance to one’s own intentions, which can be overcome only with great effort, the Indian dream interpretation sees ahead difficulties and problems with authorities.

Traditionally:

European (Judeo-Christian)

- see iron grating in a dream: give it some obstacles or difficulties.

Hindu (Hinduism)

- see before you: means that you do not get to do with the authority.

Arabian (Islamic)

- you’ll find serious obstacles.

* Please, see meaning of iron. …

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Judge

… connoisseurs, arbiters, magistrates, justices; related terms: jurist, adjudicator, alcalde, chief justice, Daniel, doge, justiciar, justiciary, functionary, official, ordinary, praetor, pretor, qadi, recorder, trier.

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Recluse/Hermit

… of other people – the feeling of not being understood by others and therefore isolated.

Indian dream books interpret hermitage (the dwelling of a hermit) often as a reminder to love more your neighbor.

To be in a hermitage – To see yourself with spouse in the hermitage, points to relations which leaves too little space for exterior impulses and has become monotonous.

Psychological Meanings:

Feels loneliness This symbol of recluse/hermit and our soul want to show how …

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