The meaning of naïve in dream | Dream Interpretation
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To see faceless beasts relates to some circumstance that you are failing to fully realize or confront; you are basically indifferent.
The dream also could mean that some event or person is raising worry and anxiety in you.
The Bible says that a beast is a symbol of honorable men who are undiscerning.... Dream Symbols and Analysis
The dream may be suggesting that it is time for a change. Don’t take things so seriously and have some fun. See Hair.... Strangest Dream Explanations
Depth Psychology: The brush represents strong erotic desires, but it may also mean that you are too simple-minded, or surrounded by simple-minded people.... Dreamers Dictionary
Depth Psychology: The dream may be a warning to change your careless lifestyle, which is interfering with your personal growth, or a challenge to lighten up and not take life so seriously. Other symbols in the dream will provide additional information and you know better than anyone else if you are too serious or too casual.... Dreamers Dictionary
Vision: Seeing a mouse: difficulties and worries. Hearing a mouse “whistling”: a sign of impending danger—but you are going to avoid harm just in time. Catching a mouse: misfortune, but it could have been a lot worse. Looking at a mouse trap: beware, you are too naive to notice that someone is setting a trap!
Depth Psychology: The mouse is a sign that circumstances have robbed you of your strength. Unpleasant images are sneaking silendy about and depleting your energies.
A mouse trap is a sign that others are setting a trap for you or that you are setting one for others. What is “nagging” at you? Is your basic oudook one of fear? Would you rather crawl into a hole?... Dreamers Dictionary
2- Psychologically the nymph most clearly has associations with the princess (see Princess in Archetypes and People). She is the carefree, fun- loving aspect of energy which glories in movement and light. As pure energy, when we work with dreams, the nymph allows us the opportunity to connect to the qualities of purity and grace.
3- Nymphs are Earth spirits that deal with pure energy. Their charm is their vouthfulness, beauty and vitality. Each group of nymphs has their particular own role and guardianship of specific areas, such as forests and lakes, woods and valleys, mountains and grottoes. Dryads, for instance, do not mingle with others nymphs. Their significance spiritually is that they epitomise most of the feminine qualities in their purest states.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary
Vision: Seeing an ox at work in the field: you will meet a very influential person and the relationship will be useful to you. Seeing an ox pulling a cart means hard work and a handsome payoff. Hearing the bellowing of the ox: be careful, there is danger afoot. Being attacked by an ox: an influential person becomes hostile. Watching an ox being slaughtered: beware of an impending illness; watch for physical symptoms. This dream also urges you to be less selfish and think more of others.
Depth Psychology: The ox represents clumsiness and being earthbound, and sometimes also being naive.
For older people, the dream is a sign of diminishing sexuality. Are you working like an ox? Acting like one? Do you think of yourself as a “dumb ox”?... Dreamers Dictionary
Vision: The porcupine serves as a warning: don’t be so naive. It could also mean that you either planned to do a good deed for another person and were rebuffed, or you have painted yourself into a corner. Killing a porcupine: you got rid of a “prickly” person. Watching a porcupine catch a mouse: a very materialistic or sting)’ person is taking advantage of you. Getting pricked by a quill: someone is trying to ruin your reputation or harm vou.
Depth Psychology: The porcupine reflects your need for safety and security. It could also indicate actual mistrust on your part, which could influence your relationships. Have you “painted yourself into a corner”? Are you “being prickly”?... Dreamers Dictionary
Old, torn shoes symbolize snares along the path, or long, hard roads traveled to obtain your heart’s desire. These can also reveal a tendency to always fall back on what’s comfortable and known to you, instead of taking risks.
Boots are protective, so this dream may portend some rough footing’ ahead for which you should prepare.
Wearing unusual shoes in a dream may indicate a need to see things differently. Try looking at this situation from another perspective (e.g., “walking a mile in someone else’s shoes”).
The kind of shoes seen in the dream can reveal how you walk through life.
For example, seeing baby shoes means that you’re very unsure of things, and compensate by moving slowly. Ballet shoes can disclose a person who either tiptoes through difficult situations, or someone who has unique grace and mobility.
Trying on shoes represents testing various options until you find the perfect one (e.g., “if the shoe fits, wear it”).
Yearing new shoes symbolizes change and transitions with which you may not be totally comfortable yet.
In Egypt and Greece, shoes were part of fertility rights, which is how they became part of marriage rituals today. So, the throwing of a shoe or seeing numerous shoes following behind you in a dream represents productivity or abundance.
Small shoes symbolize virginity, or being naive about worldly matters, as in the storv of Cinderella.... The Language of Dreams
Tilings that you fear about yourself, a situation, or others, and have been unwilling to face directly.
Some type of obscured threat (e.g., the “wolf in sheep’s clothing”). In Freudian analysis, this threat is construed as sexual intimacy.
The loss of innocence and naive outlooks.
In fables, the emblem of evil craftiness that threatens to devour all goodness.
AJchemically, a symbol of duality; the light and dark aspects of all things.
Howling at the moon: Discovering and announcing a secret alliance or treacherous plan. Alternatively, acknowledging the lunar / feminine aspect of self.... The Language of Dreams
Daydreaming or engaging in too much random thinking (e.g., “wool gathering”). Being naive about someone or something (e.g., “having the wool pulled over your eyes”). Soiled wool represents a lack of principle or derailed convictions. Biblically, white wool reflects spiritual purity.... The Language of Dreams