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Commune, Dream Interpretation


A commune suggests a group of like-minded people who have chosen to live together to achieve a particular spiritual objective.

Psychological / emotional perspective: Finding ourselves living in a commune in dreams signifies our understanding that a group of people with a common purpose are exponentially more powerful than the sum of the individuals.

Material aspects: In dreams a commune may represent any ‘family’ to which we belong – a religion, our work colleagues, a hobby group. It is the shared passion that is important.

1. A reflection of how one feels working together with a group where one’s sacrifices are appreciated, or one feels ex­ploited.

2. A message that one should do more work for the community.

Dreams of a commune symbolize integration, partnership, mutuality, synergy within your various aspects of self. Perhaps you are recognizing where your strengths are valued and where you could benefit from the strengths of others. See Integration Dreams.



Commune | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Commune

Dream Meanings of Versatile

In most religions the altar signifies a sacred space where we commune with the divine in the presence of the divine, we can give thanks and be at one. Spiritually an altar signifies both the barrier and the link between the physical realms and the spiritual.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

Strangest Dream Explanations

Dreams of a co-op symbolize the way you function and interact with your family or community. This dream can also be showing you the value of a synergistic partnership or team, and the fact that grace can take place when responsibilities are shared. See Commune.... Strangest Dream Explanations

Strangest Dream Explanations

Dreams of Craig’s List represents ease of accessibility for anything that you need or want. You are realizing your fraternity with the global community and that you have the world at your fingertips as you see the value in sharing resources with others. See Commune and Co-op.... Strangest Dream Explanations

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

At times a desert in a dream symbolizes the unconscious and represents the dreamer’s sense of separation from it. Deserts are generally barren with little vegetation or animal life.

The desert in your dreams could be bringing up issues of stagnation and periods of little growth in your life. Also, the desert could represent your loneliness and feelings of isolation. However, if you live close to the desert or love the desert, this may be a positive symbol.

For some the desert may be a place where they can commune with nature and feel a sense of peace.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

The Language of Dreams

(see Clothes, Costmnes)

Facades. Tilings not being what they seem. Or, the image you present to the world being only a partial truth.

Adapting to difficult circumstances: Ancient people wore masks to help them commune with specific energies. Today, we don figurative masks and temporary per-sonas when faced with new, unfamiliar, or demanding situations. This results in stressing particular characteristics that help us cope in these new settings.

The element of surprise and mystery, like at a costumed dance where you wonder what’s behind the mask.

Emotions or ideas that abide in your subconscious may manifest through a dream mask’s color, shape, or depiction.

For example, a red mask that looks angry can reveal your own outrage that was either subdued or silenced.

Jungian: The dreamer’s connection to the archetypes in the Collective Unconscious, mediating therein between two distinct factions, such as the mundane and the supernatural aspects of self.... The Language of Dreams

New American Dream Dictionary

1. A desire or need to reacquaint oneself or commune with nature, the natural world.

2. A desire or need to remove some of the restraints of society or ways of thinking.

3. A need for greater community or family bonds. ... New American Dream Dictionary

New American Dream Dictionary

1. A need or desire to commune with nature.

2. A desire for “wildness,” to lose some of the constraints of society.

3. A mes­sage from baser instincts or intuition, usually about social situa­tions.

4. Regarding behavioral traits, emotional turmoil will be lifted (as in “good-natured”). ... New American Dream Dictionary

The Language of Dreams

(see Landmarks, Locations)

Esoteric wisdom shared from the Collective Unconscious.

A good omen that portends achievement and financial gains.

Precision is needed in your evaluations to assure success. Scientists have shown the tremendous accuracy used in designing and building these great edifices; no less care should be taken with things you value.

In India, an alternative fire emblem. Similarly, in ancient Greece the pictograph of a pyramid could represent an idea or spirit that had fiery characteristics.

Mesopotamian: The meeting place between the gods and mortals. Edifices similar to pyramids were seen in Babylon at the core of the city around 3500 B.C.E. These buildings were called the Gate of the Gods. In your dream, such structures may represent a personally designed astral temple, where you can commune with your subconscious, your Higher Self, or the Divine.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

(see Death, Divination. Ghost)

Missing someone who has passed over, and wishing that person was nearby to provide advice or companionship.

Getting in touch with vour own feelings regarding death and the afterlife.

Potential missives from beyond.

The subconscious may choose this type of dream to convey ghostly messages because it is a familiar, less frightening apparition.

Matters of communication between yourself and the realms of spirit, including the Divine. How well does the seance progress? Does there seem to be an obstacle to effective mediumship? If so, consider what that obstacle is within your own life that likewise hinders vour ability- to accept or commune with the sacred.... The Language of Dreams

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