The arcade is a diversion from the hardships of life.... Dream Symbols and Analysis
Depth Psychology: Since an auditorium is a place where people meet, the dream implies that you are looking for contact, diversion, and companionship. Was the meeting fun or somber?... Dreamers Dictionary
Depth Psychology: The city often represents a desire for diversion. Are you looking for more companionship, contact with other people? Has your life become boring? Is there too little stimulation from the outside?... Dreamers Dictionary
Depth Psychology: The meaning of different colors in dreams is discussed in the chapter on “Colors in Dreams.” Colors are an indication of mental attitude, inner voice, and depth of emotion.... Dreamers Dictionary
Vision: Dancing by yourself: you would like more attention from a particular person.
If you are dancing alone as if lost in a dream: usually it’s a sign of being happy and in love—though sometimes only for a very short time. Being led to the dance floor, you will have to accept a certain situation, ev en if you don’t like it.
If you are dancing with a partner, who is leading? That would reveal the respective roles in a present or future relationship.
If a woman is dancing “rings” around her partner while he is moving slowly, she needs to stop trying to have things always go her own way.
If a man is dancing alone, he is dying to have a sexual adventure. See Ballet, Music.
Depth Psychology: The dream is either reflecting your present emotional balance or is a reminder to be more spontaneous. At times the dream, of course, also refers to sexual feelings and the need to have some fun and diversion. Frequent dreams about dancing might indicate you are too pleasure-oriented and lack seriousness.... Dreamers Dictionary
Depth Psychology: Dreaming about a fair is a warning either about making unnecessary purchases or about being superficial. Is it hard for you to be alone? Do you need constant diversion or stimulation? Are you addicted to spending money, to shopping?... Dreamers Dictionary
A broken, unstrung, or out of tune instrument portends disappointments in love.
If a young woman dreamer hears a guitar being played, she should be on guard against the fascinations Of untoward pleasures and diversions.
A man having this dream will be pursued by women of no character.... The Complete Dream Book
Vision: The condition of the house represents your present situation.
The roof of the house refers to the state of your health, the exterior to your external appearance.
The upper floor stands for your forehead (and brain); the middle floor the area of the chest, the first floor the intestines, and the ground floor and base- ment the legs and feet.
If you dream of old houses frequendy, you are afraid of old age. Building a house together with other people: you have good friends at your side. Looking at an empty house: you have missed a few opportunities. Tearing down a house: you are strong enough to deal with the ol>stacles that come your way. Living in a run-down house: pay more attention to your health. Watching a house collapse: you won’t reach your goals—be prepared for losses. In a man’s dream, the house (it does not matter if it is a luxurious villa or a farmhouse) represents ambitions, professional advancement, security, and safety. In a woman’s dreams, the balcony is the chest.
Depth Psychology: The house in a dream is the symbol for the Body and what happens with the body.
A house in ill repair, destroyed, or even on fire, points to your poor health and should be taken seriously.
The foundation is a symbol for the mental/intellectual “foundation’ on which you have built your life.
The basement is the symbol of the unconscious, where repressed urges and cravings hide.
The kitchen is the place where “life is lived” every day and where diversion can be found.
The bedroom represents attitudes toward sex and emotional connections to other people.
The living room stands for recreation, rest, and relaxation.
The bathroom is the place for moral cleansing and the “washing away” of disappointments.
The toilet stands for “letting go” of emotional ballast, tensions, and the past.
The roof (and attic) stands for your mental/spiritual part, and symbolizes protection from the outside world. See Door, Furniture, Stairs, Window.... Dreamers Dictionary
If the postcard depicts faraway places: get ready—you may go on a long journey.
The dream may also be a sign that you want to take a trip and/or are in need of more diversion. What is depicted on the postcard? Search for and examine other symbols in the dream. Depth Psychology: See Picture.... Dreamers Dictionary
Depth Psychology: The radio means you are looking for social contact or some news. Through the radio, many telepathically talented people receive news “from above” (so, in your dream, don’t turn your radio off!).... Dreamers Dictionary
Vision: Seeing a rat means unpleasant experiences with other people. Being bitten by a rat warns you about a “friend” who is determined to wreck your reputation. Seeing a caged rat: your friend is very dishonest. Catching or killing a rat: trouble in your love relationship or in a friendship. Rats leaving a sinking ship: you are about to find out that you have miscalculated a situation at your job. See Animals, Mouse.
Depth Psychology: A rat is a sign that negative influences are undermining your vitality. Dreams about rats and mice always mean that grief and worries are “gnawing” on you. Are you sometimes repulsed or sickened by other people or yourself?... Dreamers Dictionary
A longing for social contact and diversion. Eating and feeling comfortable in public points either to being open or lack of a private space.
See Food, Eating. It is important what type of restaurant and what is happening there. How do you feel being there?
Folklore: Good omen, if you see yourself in the restaurant. Watching yourself eating points to small pleasures; watching others eat suggests poor emotional health.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
Depth Psychology: The dream indicates your need for company. You want more human contact and diversion. Do vou need a break?... Dreamers Dictionary
2. A fear of dealing with challenges—usually in life, frequently in relationships.
3. Actions or activities are an immature diversion, an escape.
4. Feelings that life or situations are extremely out of control (as in “runaway” vehicle, train or most modes of transportation). ... New American Dream Dictionary
Depth Psychology: Are you looking for diversion and company? Is the sparrow warning you about the gossip in your neighborhood? Find out!... Dreamers Dictionary
Searching for orientation. Are you appearing on TV yourself? Or what are you watching? It is important to know what kind of program is running—the program mirrors your mood.... Little Giant Encyclopedia