The meaning of polite in dream | Dream Interpretation

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Polite | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Polite

Dreamers Dictionary

Vision: Wearing gloves in your dream: receiving an award. Putting on gloves: good things for your love relationship. Receiving a pair of gloves as a gift: be more polite. Losing your gloves: frustration and quarrels. Dropping a glove: you are flirting with someone. Throwing a glove at somebody: you are testing your strength against a person who has become a problem for you; you are ready to fight.

The gloves you have on are too small: you are dissatisfied at the moment.

The gloves are too big: you took on more than you can handle.

Depth Psychology: Gloves sometimes mean you don’t make friends easily and have a tendency to isolate. You have a strong need for protection. Or do you want to avoid “dirtying your hands”?... Dreamers Dictionary

Ariadne's Book of Dream

Lace is a symbol of a delicate and beauuful manner. It denotes femininity and politeness. Laying a lace tablecloth on the table comments on preparation for some old-fashioned nurturing by a female companion.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

Islamic Dream Interpretation

(Seeds; Terebinth; Tree) Pine trees and their fruit in a dream mean loneliness and bewilderment during travels. Climbing a pine tree in a dream means triumph, success and hearing good news. Pine nuts in a dream represent the pine tree itself.

A pine nut in a dream also represents a renowned person who has a noble character, a godly person who is respected, holy but poor, or it could represent someone who has little to offer, or a person who shelters thieves out of compassion.

The same interpretation applies to owls and crows. Building a door for one’s house from pine wood in a dream means hiring a servant or a doorman who has little politeness and who is filled with foolish ideas.

If a merchant or a businessman builds such a door in a dream, it means that he will unknowingly employ a thief.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

Dreamers Dictionary

Silver stands for restraint, politeness, quiet, coolness, the moon.... Dreamers Dictionary

Islamic Dream Interpretation

If a person sees his hands tattooed with henna in a dream, it means that he cheats to earn his livelihood, or that he tricks others to get what he needs. Consequently, he will be exposed and his enemy will rejoice at his misfortune.

If a woman sees her hands tattooed in a dream, it means that she will trick someone to repossess her rightfully owned jewelry.

If the tattoo is made with gold in the dream, it means performing an old but a polite trick.

If the tattoo is done with mud in the dream, it means praising God Almighty.

If a woman sees the lines of her tattoo mixing together, or as though the dye has started to run in the dream, it means difficulties with her children. Ifa man sees his feet dyed and tattooed in a dream, it means that he will be tried with family problems.

If a woman sees her feet dyed and tattooed in a dream, it means that she will suffer from an abusive husband. (Also see Dye; Henna)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Wanting is a primal drive which, through social­isation, we may crush and thereby lose contact with what we want from our own feelings and needs. In doing so we may also lose much of our decisiveness and creativity.

Example: ‘1 still want him all to myself. We never touch or kiss or anything in the dreams, and I want him to, but would never let on I wanted this. I am a bit coy in my dreams’ (Pauline B). Pauline is dreaming about a past lover whom she has tried to forget, but when we pick out the wants’ we see how strong her feelings are. Looking at dreams in this way helps us define what our desires are.

Example: The older man still wanted something from me. I didn’t want to be involved with him at all and yet had to be polite, etc., so he wouldn’t hit out at me/us. We needed some kind of contact with this man, I lent forward and kissed him on his face and drew back quickly as I didn’t want to give any more than that, I had a fear that he would want more’ (Sandra O). Sandra had divorced an older husband, and was living with a younger man.

The complication of her wants’ is shown in the dream. When it is a ‘don’t want’ in the dream, it is helpful to change it to a positive. ‘I didn’t want to go with my mother’ could become ‘I wanted to do my own thing.’

Because what we want is complex and often in conflict, our dream characters may want something which we oppose, as in the following example. Example: To escape from a man chasing me, I decided I must get a taxi home. Got in one driven by a woman who wanted to take me to the man who was chasing me. Woke up sweating’ (Ann G).

The urge to integrate the male pan of herself, seen as the taxi driver, is in conflict with Ann’s fear of it. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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