Quotation marks especially are the subconscious’s way of drawing your attention to a specific key phrase in your dream. Make sure to remember this and ponder it. Each word, or the entire phrase, may have significant importance for your present situation or in the days ahead.

Each type of punctuation stresses something slightly different, even as it does in written form.

The period denotes finality and completion, a question mark is uncertainty or inquiry, three dots (ellipses) reflect something that is unfinished or in progress, and an exclamation point indicates surprise or shock.



Punctuation | The Dream Meanings

Keywords of this dream: Punctuation

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(see Punctuation, Writing)

Initials for peoples’ names with whom you’ve had recent important

According to ancient dream oracles, a portent of the initials for future friends, lovers, or meaningful acquaintances. Look to the rest of the dream for more clarification on which outcome best applies.

Abbreviations for a well-known, easily recognized organization that has some symbolic import to your current situation.

For example, the AMA (American Medical Association) might relate directly to your health, and possibly the need to seek a physician’s advice.

A series of letters that acronymically relate to a well-known phrase or aphorism. While instances of this experience are less common, the subconscious sometimes reduces information into brief formats, akin to a mental shorthand. Even in this format, however, the dreamer usually recognizes the symbolic phrase quickly. One good example here would be the well-known “TGIF” as an abbreviation of “Thank God It’s Friday,” symbolizing some type of relief or jubilation.... The Language of Dreams

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(see Books, Billboard, Blackboard, Ink, Punctuation)

Consider what the writing says, and to whom it’s addressed first. Very often the words are a message from your own subconscious or ego that need your attention.

The creative process. Many writers tell me that they dream of writing things before they actually put pen to pad.

Writing with footnotes is a subconscious message to be certain you’re carefully checking your sources of information with regard to a specific person or situation. Don’t believe everything you read and hear without some other confirmation.

If writing appears in a journal, this represents the need to record events carefully This information will prove useful later.

Writing with a quill pen symbolizes the power and responsibility- for your words. Great documents like the Declaration of Independence were scribed with this implement, with due diligence. What declarations are you writing into your life?

Writing a manuscript that never gets finished, or finishing one that gets rejected, portends similar disappointments on the horizon.

Examine this situation closely to be sure you’re seeing everything that’s important.... The Language of Dreams