The meaning of intervention in dream | Dream Interpretation
To dream of being involved in an intervention for someone, foretells that you will be appreciated by others for your good deeds. This dream is also common when the dreamer is worried about someone from their waking life.
If you dream of people having an intervention for you, this means you may need to end an unhealthy relationship or situation in your life.
If you are above looking down, you are seeing your life circumstances from a vantage point of wisdom.
If you are looking above from the ground level, you are seeking divine guidance and intervention. See Prayer.... Strangest Dream Explanations
2- Such dreams may highlight anxieties to do with safety or carelessness, or fear of taking responsibility.
3- Since there is no such thing as an accident in spiritual terms, it signifies Divine intervention, or interference from an authoritative source.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
To dream that you are about to be executed, and some miraculous intervention occurs, denotes that you will overthrow enemies and succeed in gaining wealth. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
To see beautiful hands, with white fingers, denotes that your love will be requited and that you will become renowned for your benevolence.
To dream that your fingers are cut clean off, you will lose wealth and a legacy by the intervention of enemies. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
If you see someone eating with a fork it denotes that the dreamer may be cleared of all his present worries through the intervention of a friend.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation
If you see someone eating with a fork it denotes that the dreamer may be cleared of all his present worries through the intervention of a friend.... Encyclopedia of Dreams
Currants indicate happiness in married life, a faithful and devoted partner. See Grapes. Elderberries or Wild Fruits indicate difficulties. You may not secure great prosperity, but you will find yourself comfortably placed in business and in home affairs.
Figs are generally considered a foreign fruit, though they are sometimes grown in England. Expect small legacies or unexpected news.
Filberts: See Almonds.
Gooseberries are similar to Currants, and concern your domestic affairs.
Grapes indicate success in business, as well as happiness in your home life. See Currants.
Lemons are an omen of family discord or of disappointment in love. See Oranges.
Melons show a successful intervention on your part in some trouble among your friends.
Mulberries or Raspberries or Strawberries are favourable for love affairs and domestic happiness.
Nuts: See Almonds.
Oranges indicate business difficulties. See also Lemons. Peaches: See Apricots.
Plums: See Cherries. Raspberries: See Mulberries,
Strawberries: See Mulberries,
Walnuts See Almonds.
Wild Fruit: See Elderberries. ... Mystic Dream Book
A hallucination can be experienced through any of the senses singly, or all of them together. So one might have a hallucinatory smell or sound.
To understand hallucinations, which are quite common without any use of drugs such as alcohol, LSD or cannabis, one must remember that everyone has the natural ability to produce such images. One of the definitions of a dream according to Freud is its hallucinatory quality. While asleep we can create full sensory, vocal, motor and emotional expenence in our dream. While dreaming we usually accept what we experience as real.
A hallucination is an experience of the function which produces dreams’ occurring while we have our eyes open.
The voices heard, people seen, smells smelt, although appearing to be outside us, are no more exterior than the things and images of our dreams. With this information one can understand that much classed as psychic phenomena and religious experience is an encounter with the dream process. That does not, of course, deny its imponance.
There are probably many reasons why Sue should experience a hallucination and her husband not. One might be that powerful drives and emotions might be pushing for attention in her life. Some of the primary drives are the reproductive drive, urge towards independence, pressure to meet unconscious emotions and past trauma and fears, any of which, in order to achieve their ends, can produce hallucinations.
A hallucination is therefore not an ‘illusion’ but a means of giving information from deeper levels of self. Given such names as mediumship or mystical insight, in some cultures or individuals the ability to hallucinate is often rewarded socially.
Drugs such as LSD, cannabis, psilocybin, mescaline, pey- ote and opium can produce hallucinations. This is sometimes because they allow the dream process to break through into consciousness with less intervention.
If this occurs without warning it can be very disturbing.
The very real dangers are that unconscious content, which in ordinary dreaming breaks through a threshold in a regulated way, emerges with little regulation. Fears, paranoid feelings, past traumas, can emerge into the consciousness of an individual who has no skill in handling such dangerous forces. Because the propensity of the unconscious is to create images, an area of emotion might emerge in an image such as the devil. Such images, and the power they contain, not being integrated in a proper therapeutic setting, may haunt the individual, perhaps for years. Even at a much milder level, elements of the unconscious will emerge and disrupt the person’s ability to appraise reality and make judgments. Unacknowledged fears may lead the drug user to rationalise their reasons for avoiding social activity or the world of work. See ESP and dreams; dead lover in husband under family. See also out of body experience.... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences