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Association: The Higher; protection; cover. Question: Where in my life I am ready to expand my boundaries? In general: If in a dream, attention is on the roof of a house, then you are dreaming to the protection it offers. Roof can embody the intellect and will contain often the indication that you “top-heavy” to live, to be guided too much by reason and logic, but suppressed feelings and similar “irrational” psychological… Continue reading
In general: Mansard symbolizes even more than the roof of the intellect (“upper story”), and the ideals of the dreamer, who lives often too idealistic, intellectual, sometimes arrogant and aloof, proud, and then calls the dream on to the other side of the personality act out. We see old things in the mansard , they are available for memories and a good memory, the objects can be interpreted and also facilitate the understanding of dr… Continue reading
In general: Roof tiles indicate a laborious life which you will endure but with patience; – If the tiles are damaged, the disaster will prevail. – Do they fall from the roof: rewrite Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – to see falling roof tiles in a dream: all efforts are now useless and a waste of time. Hindu (Hinduism) – roof tile indicates difficulty in your life, but you endure everything with patience; – falling from roof tile: yo… Continue reading
Association: – It is strength. Question: – What I want to build as permanent structure? In general: Brick is a building block for a secure livelihood. By ancient Indian dream book’s interpretation, to brick up wall means, that you must be more careful with money spending. Roof tiles means, that it is safe and you can feel safe. Psychologically: A house is built with bricks, a roof covered. They translated as the design forces of our body…. Continue reading
In general: Gutter indicates that goes unusual or dangerous ways to achieve a goal. The following circumstances apply: – climb slowly but steadily up to the gutter, you will have to expend some effort, but eventually get it to the destination. – Slides down to the gutter, it indicates that in a difficult situation, it has to beat a retreat, it is thanks to your own imagination and creativity, but get away unscathed. – Crash warns that every effo… Continue reading
Association: Higher consciousness, memory, stored past. Question: What’s “up there” that I want to take possession of or to explore I am afraid? In general: In the attic they kept mostly to things that are old or you do not even need. In the dream the attic refers to memories and old (distant past) feelings. You waiting to be activated on it. Perhaps the dreamer should deal with its past, it may be there are a lot of useful thi… Continue reading
Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – Risks and worries that you are overcome by your own efforts. Hindu – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – None dream explanation in Islam. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A low retaining wall. Complete definition A parapet is a wall-like barrier at the edge of a roof, terrace, balcony, or other structure. Where extending above a roof, it may… Continue reading
Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – This symbol doesn’t have any explanation in Christian culture. Hindu (Hinduism) – roofer in a dream means that if you understand how, you can enter into beneficial compounds, especially the please suggest admirer from not reckless. Arabian (Islamic) – roofer in a dream means glory, fame and position. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A craftsman who lays, or repairs roofs. Com… Continue reading
General Meanings: Ability to make property It depends on what burns in your dream. Is there a meadow or a stubble field, so the ground will be prepared for new seeds: you can make a property from an almost abandoned thing. If you see there bright light smoke or flames, you can expect a favorable outcome or a joyful event. Psychological Meanings: Disorder in the head Burn down a house or the roof structure is often used as a warning of concerns a… Continue reading
…Ascending at home – Dreaming of moving, going, or growing water towards home: one is resisting to difficulty; – Going back at home – Dreaming of water that is moving back: you will not give dangerous influences; – 1. To empty a boat of water by bailing; 2. Water is entering in ship – 1. Dreaming that you’re bailing the water out and getting feet wet; 2. Dreaming that dirty water is rising and entering in ship: anger, dise… Continue reading
Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – This symbol doesn’t have any explanation in Christian culture. Hindu (Hinduism) – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – eaves in a dream means accident through carelessness. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation The underside of a roof that extends beyond the external walls of a building. Complete definition The eaves of a roof are its lower e… Continue reading
Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – look thrue skylight: distant hopes. Hindu (Hinduism) – skylight in a dream means that you need to beware of strong love of pleasure, you would regret it later. Arabian (Islamic) – skylight in a dream means good life. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A window, dome, or opening in the roof or ceiling, to admit natural light. Complete definition Skylights are light transmitting fenest… Continue reading
Psychologically: The ceiling of a room symbolizes limited options “at the top”. Anyone who has dreamed of, sure to endure something with him sometimes “drops the blanket on his head.” Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – to see ceiling of a room in a dream: warns of any danger. Hindu (Hinduism) – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – ceiling see in a dream: neider have; – co… Continue reading
Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – Promise to participate in new ventures and a future full of uncertainty; – A building: you will assume new duties; – Viewing a young woman with her lover on a canopy, the intentions of others are doubtful. Hindu (Hinduism) – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – There isn’t any meaning of dream in Islam. * Please, see meaning of home, roof. Explanation &am… Continue reading
Psychologically: If you are in a dream on the upper or lower deck? The latter symbolizes that you “live from the belly” anymore – or it should finally try again. The upper deck of the ship is a reference to a very “head-driven” phase, in which feelings remain on track and spiritual goals are being targeted focus. Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – you are in a dream on the deck of a ship and its come up a… Continue reading
In general: Weather vane (weather cock) can indicate a “fickle” personality who is temperamental and unpredictable. It warns, that dreamer’s own advantage will always turn to the wind, so excessively adapted. Psychologically: We can determine the compass direction from which the wind blows and that can be used in deeper interpretation of this dream. In general weather vane describes the fickle of our character, our moods, with… Continue reading
Psychologically: Symbol for a place of safety to which one can escape when the waves of life highly spill threatening. Sometimes a hint of the subconscious, something “to bring more safety in time”, before it is lost. Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – gable in a dream means that good advice will be given to you, the respected, unless, will bring you good luck. Hindu (Hinduism) – There isn’t any explanation of dream… Continue reading
Association: – Temporary home. Question: – With which natural part of me, I would like to return to wholeness? In general: A tent in a dream symbolizes that the dreamer is traveling and do not settle. Wherever he wants to come to rest, it will be only temporary. Tent represents a lifetime building, which is built on shaky foundations, and it provides no security. This may also explain a desire for adventure and recklessness. Sometimes dreaming o… Continue reading
…member of my family, which is causing great anxiety and sadness?
I would appreciate someone’s input, thanks
Amanda Emi I was standing among bare trees. The ground was covered in pure white snow.
A wolf appeared at the 10 o’clock position walking slowly. He was a healthy animal, as as it passed just looked at me showing no interest.
The mood of the dream was “silence” and ‘loneliness”.
I can’t remember my feelings as I saw the wolf and… Continue reading
Traditionally: European – To dream mad, angry or furious dob: falsehood being unmasked and disproved unfair allegations; Also: happy time for sure. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation Mad – mentally ill or insane + Dog – wild animal of the dog family. Synonyms verb: pursue, chase, tail; noun: pooch, canine, hound; plural: dogs, canines, hounds, pooches. Synonyms for Mad adjective: crazy, insane, lunatic, demented, w… Continue reading
…of the order Lagomorpha, found in several parts of the world. There are eight different genera in the family classified as rabbits, including the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), cottontail rabbits (genus Sylvilagus; 13 species), and the Amami rabbit (Pentalagus furnessi, an endangered species on Amami Ōshima, Japan). There are many other species of rabbit, and these, along with pikas and hares, make up the order Lagomorpha. The male is… Continue reading