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Animals may represent one's parents and their relationship to
a parent in particular. Domestic animals usually denote good
fortune whilst wild animals symbolize trouble, fears or even
Babies generally denote a feeling of vulnerability, or need
for love. If you see a pretty baby in your dream you will be
fortunate. However, if the baby is ugly or displeasing to you,
beware of the people around you, someone might not be worthy
of your trust.
Blood symbolizes life, while in women it can also represent
creativity. When red, blood symbolizes passion or violence.
If you dream of losing blood you may be feeling exhausted. If
you dream of causing someone to bleed, you may feel the desire
to reduce their power.
Cats symbolize instinct and the female side of the self. If
you see a cat in your dreams it might be a sign of developing
your intuitive powers. However, if you are being attacked by
a cat, beware of fake friends. If there’s a cat screeching in
your dream, beware of gossip. A purring cat promises happiness.
Cars generally symbolize power, status and vitality. Pay attention
to what your feelings were about the dream? Was it a pleasant
journey? Was it a luxurious car or an old clunker? Who was driving?
Where the car takes you may represent where your life should
be going. If the journey was stressful or ended up in an accident
your dream may be a warning to change course in waking life
before disaster strikes.
If your dream included you cheating on your partner it might
be a sign of guilt, or even your need to explore your sexuality.
If your partner is cheating on you in your dream this might
indicate inner fears of abandonment or lack of self-esteem.
Usually represents great balance in your life. It might also
indicate a crossroad in your life about an important decision.
It may also be a sign of something coming to an end in your
life, like a relationship, a job etc.
Dreaming of death may simply symbolize your anxiety about dying.
However death in dreams is more often a sign of changes in one's
life, since resurrection comes after death. A dead person in
a dream may be relevant to past relationships with that particular
person. If the dead person is you, this might indicate an exhausting
and unpleasant life condition; spend some time for your self
and let go of everything that stresses you.
Dogs generally symbolize male energy A friendly dog indicates
domestic peace and happiness. A vicious dog may be a sign of
upcoming health or financial trouble. A fierce dog or a dog
attacking you suggests untrustworthy friends or trouble within
friendships. A howling dog warns of separation from loved ones.
A nervous dog straining at the end of a leash may indicate that
you are fed up with a problem. A dog barking happily indicates
pleasing social recognition, but if it is barking fiercely,
you are being warned of possible legal troubles.
Dreaming of falling may represent the fear of letting go of something
or someone, or the loss of control in a situation.
Fire may symbolize various things; sexual or extreme emotions,
great passion, hate, anger, need for transformation, need to get
rid of things that make you a worse person, or even an actual
fever. Dreaming of your house being on fire may indicate a feeling
that your life is 'going up in flames'.
Flying indicates a need for freedom or search for love, fortune
or a place in life and generally symbolizes your strong mind and
will. Flying in dreams is usually a good omen of overcoming obstacles
and finding happiness. If you are flying with ease and enjoying
the landscape below, then it suggests that you are on top of a
situation. Difficulties in flight might indicate lack of control.
If you feel fear when you are flying it suggests that you are
afraid of challenges and success.
Hair usually represents conscious knowledge or the lack of it.
As Freud said abundant hair may signify virility or male sexuality.
Cutting hair may symbolize loss of power and self-esteem or even
fear of getting old.
Different rooms within a house represent your varying emotions,
ideas and complexes. Going upstairs symbolizes conscious thinking
while the basement represents the unconscious mind. A new house
represents financial security while an old house is a sign of
a reunion or renewal of an old association. Building a house or
seeing one under construction forecasts unexpected gain. Seeing
a house being demolished indicates grief over a sudden loss.
Was the kissing pleasant? This predicts happiness and contentment.
Was it something meaningless and insincere? Then it indicates
an untrustworthy friend or disappointment in a love affair. To
dream of trying to avoid a kiss from someone you dislike symbolizes
a vexing experience. If you dream about watching other people
kiss it may indicate feeling lonely or unhappy in your own relationship.
Represents repressed anger. It may also indicate jealousy or a
severe emotional stress during which you must make a huge effort
to control your temper.
Dreaming of being lost indicates that you are lost in your life,
something is missing. This could include love, career, and spirituality.
Where you are lost, holds the solution to your problem.
Nudity may symbolize being caught off guard and unprepared for
a challenge. It might also symbolize childhood innocence, freedom
or a desire for sex or recognition. If you're feeling bad about
your nudity it might indicate a vulnerability or a fear of being
embarrassed and exposed. If no one else seems to notice your nudity,
your fears are unfounded and you are simply making an issue out
Such a dream might indicate your need to escape from a situation.
If you are being chased pay attention, the pursuer might be a
part of your self that you avoid seeing. A dream of being unable
to run indicates a lack of self-confidence. A more direct analysis
of chase dreams is the fear of being attacked.
Sexuality in dreams depends on the emotions you get. If the feelings
are pleasant it is very normal. However if the dream was disturbing
you need to explore its meaning. A feeling of dissatisfaction
might indicate that your love relationship needs to be renewed.
If you dream of being raped it is symbolizing a betrayal of the
most powerful kind.
Snakes can symbolize temptation or even betrayal. A snake biting
you indicates the betrayal of a friend or an enemy.
Losing teeth symbolizes the fear of getting old or the anxiety
about your appearance and how others perceive you. It also symbolizes
change in one's way of thinking. Teeth also symbolize money. This
theory is based on the tooth fairy story told to children that
Water represents the unconscious self. Calm water is usually a
sign of fortune, rough waters alert you to reconsider your actions.
If you dream of deep water it might indicate that you are afraid
of emotional involvement in a relationship. If you see your reflection
in water your subconscious may be trying to draw your attention
to an aspect of yourself. Waterfalls in a dream indicate energizing,
healthy release of emotions and healing.
I dream about not being able to get home or being stuck in a building or place that I can't get out of. What does that mean?
Reply to Kelsie
April 02, 2014 - 09:57
Maybe a feeling of never ending work, whether school work or a job, you feel like you're constantly working and you have no time to your self or your family.
Reply to Kelsie
April 06, 2014 - 22:21
That would mean you are lost
February 05, 2014 - 14:25
This one's a dream I had a lot when I was little. I would be in a foggy/misty garden with lots of flowers. In the center, I see a girl my age. I offer/She offers a flower. And either one of us takes it. Then she turns into a tornado/black hole thing and I have a vivid feeling of being pulled in by something. After that I usually don't dream of anything else and I wake up.
January 16, 2014 - 17:53
Sometime i have dreams that I can remember what i dream about. But throughout the day i will recall that the dream.
Reply to Lesa Flanagan
February 26, 2014 - 20:39
This happens to me quite often.
December 01, 2013 - 07:05
I dream that I'm on a street with no one around. I'm walking at a fast pace and i have a gray backpack on. The street ahead is covered in mud that I keep slipping on and falling, and every time I get back up, a rock the size of a fist appears in the bag, and I get a bruise on my arm. Can someone explain what this means please?
Reply to b
February 06, 2014 - 10:58
You said you are walking at a fast pace/ running. that means you are running from something. the falling/ slipping means that you are afraid to let someone or something go.
November 21, 2013 - 19:51
I dream about heartbreak, (probably because of the past), but if not, I'm dreaming about living as somebody else, (like an entirely different person that looks nothing like me and acts nothing like me)
November 13, 2013 - 06:57
I had this dream that I went into a convenience store with my family then my guy friend came in. I started to try to hide from him but he saw me and came near me. We were casually talking about something, I was trying hard not to smile (but failed) and he was smiling warmly. All of a sudden he was about to kiss me, but I woke up.
August 26, 2013 - 21:06
I often dream about running underground or in a low level place, where my parents and people I know aren't able to hear or see me. They are just right above me and I'm shouting and calling, but I can't be heard. Can anyone explain?
Reply to Mariam MSK
October 29, 2013 - 22:14
I think you may not feel needed or wanted, or are too far away 'from reality.' For example, you may be going through seriously tough times, but when you need help, you feel like no one is willing or is able to help you. If you are too far away from reality, you may be going a little crazy in your mind, but you want out and answers.
July 01, 2013 - 00:11
I dream often about water, most of the time clear with lots of fish and other sea creatures. Many times these dreams are so vivid and colorful. I am usually in the water, but sometimes I'm in a room with aquariums that house odd fish and creatures. I once had a dream where I swam with a dolphin, as long as I was touching the dolphin, I could breath under the water. Animal dreams are common too.
Reply to Dana
September 15, 2013 - 00:21
Happens to me all the time as well. I will dream that I can breathe under water but the water feels like gel in my throat and lungs and yet feels like normal water when I swim through it. I think I have had all of these dreams!
July 01, 2013 - 00:06
My recurring dreams often involve houses and buildings with multiple rooms, and levels. Sometimes I am going down into the deepest basements, multiple levels, other times the house is old and full of furniture, single level and yet other times the house has room after room after room, and even a second living area. The ones that get really interesting are those that include hidden passages, or compartments.
Reply to Dana
October 30, 2013 - 06:27
I have very similar dreams to your description they are repetitive but never identical, just following a certain pattern. Usually it's very fast cause it shows me just moving from one room/compartment to the next, most rooms are usually open or on the roof, and are very similar to the apartments I live in, with minor changes.
June 26, 2013 - 19:56
I dream I'm falling.The place is blueish grey but it doesn't have clouds or any sign it's the sky;all I know is that I'm falling from a high place. A crow tugs at my white soft dress;I say,"I know you can't save me but thank you anyway."It then lets go and struggles off against the wind;everything is fuzzy and warm but my heart feels cold;I'm not scared but I feel very sad for the crow like it's a loved one who died.
June 25, 2013 - 17:56
I always have similar dreams in different context. I dream that I'm being chased endlessly. The story always changes, but I'm always being chased, and I always just barely avoid capture again and again. I think it represents a fear of deadlines, or something catching up to me.
June 25, 2013 - 17:53
Actually, if you dream about losing teeth it's because you feel that there's something in your life that you have no control over. If you dream that your teeth are falling out like rain, you might feel like your life is spinning out of control.
April 17, 2013 - 04:57
The most vivid dream I remember ever since little was where I'm in the middle of a brick road, full of people with 1800's clothing milling around, it was dusk, and I remember I saw a tower made from red bricks and a colorful, big, windowpane with a rose symbol on it. And I saw someone fell from the top of the tower. It's kinda scary how I still remember it even after 9 years passed...