The meaning of Nobody in dream

Keywords of this dream: Nobody

Dreamers Dictionary

Vision: Getting a beating: someone or something is putting obstacles in your wray; or it is punishment for the wrong you have done? Beating someone else: in spite of the adversities you have to face, you will conclude an important project successfully. You will let nothing and nobody stand in your way. See Brawl, Fight.... Dreamers Dictionary

Dreamers Dictionary

Vision: Holding a club in your hand: you will make a good decision. Hitting others with a club: you are trying to fight off your adversaries.

If somebody is hitting you with a club: a friend is trying to thwart your efforts.

Depth Psychology: The club reflects your determination to use anything in your power to fight obstacles or adversity. You have made up your mind and nothing and nobody can keep you from carrying out what you’re set on doing.... Dreamers Dictionary

Psycho Dream Interpretation

If you dream of cooling a meal for others, you desire to make somebody very happy.

If you do not serve enough food, frustration, incompletion of responsibilities.

If nobody is happy in the dream, disappointing events are to be expected, often in connection with a loved one.

To see food cooking, avoid gossip.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Public or dance hall: how you relate to groups or the public; meeting sexuality, a place of initiation, maturing be­yond old habits, ways of life and views—perhaps because civic ceremonies such as marriage, trials, social rewards, take place in hall-like environments.

Hallway: the way one meets other people or allows them into one’s life or intimacy, the receptive female reproductive function, connecting link with aspects of oneself. Example: ‘I find myself in the entrance hall of a very large house.

The hall is very large with curved staircases at either side meeting at the top to form a balcony. There is nobody about and I am frightened. I stan to walk up the stairs but then find myself hiding in the roof with very little space above my body’ (Mrs B).

The hall is probably Mrs B’s childbearing ability and her image of herself as a woman.

The words ‘little space above my body’ suggest her main area of life has always been her childbearing function or physical attractiveness as a woman, and she had not developed her mental self. See also corridor; white under colour. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Dreamers Dictionary

Vision: Splitting a log: you are trying to straighten out a “blockhead,” and bring him to his senses. Stubbing your toe on a log: boorish, uncouth people have insulted you. Carrying a log on your back: you are taking on an unnecessary Burden, one that will do nobody any good.

Depth Psychology: The log stands for an unnecessary’ burden or irritating responsibility you have assumed and for which you will not be rewarded. It can also be a warning to defend yourself against the rudeness of others.... Dreamers Dictionary

My Dream Interpretation

A dream about peanut butter indicates your sorry feelings over a past injustice that you did to someone. Either confess it or forget it - regret is tiring and does nobody any good.... My Dream Interpretation

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Things we repeat over and over, like habits; move­ment towards greater awareness or insight.

Example: We walk around, go upstairs, and I notice a staircase leading to a room or rooms.

The stairs are painted in the green too, and they go up square, about eight steps in a flight, but round and round—spiral. I am scared by them, don’t want to go up, but am curious. We move in and nobody but myself has really taken any notice of the stairs. Nobody has been up. Half way up I can see there is a glass roof, the wooden frames painted green. I am terrified but have to go on. Then I wake. Next dream I got up there. It smelt very musty. Lots of draw sheets covering things. I bent to lift a sheet. It was raining. I could hear it thrashing on the glass. Then I woke (Ann H). In this example we have the spiral and the square combined in the stairs. In this way the dream manages to combine many different ideas such as climbing to the un­known, spiralling or circling something, and the squareness or down-to-eanh nature of what is being discovered. There arc things we have learnt, yet not realised consciously. Like a jigsaw puzzle, we have all the pieces, and we sense the con­nection, but we have never formed it into a conscious thought or verbal idea. It therefore remains as a feeling sense or hunch, but not a rational idea. Ann is spiralling towards, or circling around, such a realisation. She is frightened because it may be difficult—one may realise that all the years of mar­riage point to having been used as a doormat. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Having written a dream down, by using highlighting pens to make all matching words the same colour, one can immediately see the main issues in some dreams.

Example: ‘We walk around, go upstairs, and I notice a staircase leading to a room or rooms. It goes up square, about eight steps in a flight, but round and round—spiral. I am scared by them, don’t want to go up, but am curious. We move in and nobody but myself has really taken any notice of the stairs. Nobody has been up . In one dream I try to go up but the children are scared for me. They plead, ‘Don’t go up Mum, just forget them”. Then I wake. In the next dream I wait till they are asleep. Half way up_ I am terrified but have to go on. Then I wake. Next dream I got up there. Then I woke’ (Ann H). Ann’s dream theme recurs, so is important to her. In marking just some of the words we see that the ‘up’ or go up’ is important. Childhood fears hold Ann back for a while, but she dares to climb.

If we look at the entries for climb and stairs, we see they depict taking steps towards ex­ploring the unknown, daring to explore one’s potential or opportunities.

By marking the words in this way we might also highlight certain statements otherwise hidden in the dream. Particularly watch out for the connections with the word T, such as I want, I do, I will, I have, I know, I cannot, etc. Example: ‘1 want to withdraw.’ I was full of sadness but was trying not to show it.’ ‘1 felt keyed up and ready to fight.’ Taking such statements out of context and looking for connections with everyday feelings oi situations often throws considerable light on the dream.

If what you realise is then considered in con­nection with the plot of the dream, the viewpoint your uncon­scious has on the situation might become evident.

For in­stance, the statement ‘I felt keyed up’ occurred within a classroom, and helped the dreamer understand the anger gen­erated at school. See amplification; plot of the dream; the comments on dream processing in the Introduction; dream processing; postures, movement, body language; settings; symbols and dreams. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

My Dream Interpretation

Any dream about about zombies - also called the living dead - may carry a powerful message to you.

If you are the zombie in your dream, it is a signal that you are feeling very detached from all of the normal, everyday things going on around you. You may be emotionally numb and not be able to feel positive or negative emotions these days.

If you dream of being attacked by zombies, you feel like otherse are insensitive to your feelings and are not seeing the significance of a situation, or that nobody is tapping into your cries for help.... My Dream Interpretation


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