renata

The meaning of renata in dream | Dream Interpretation


Dream Dictionary Unlimited | Margaret Hamilton

Renewed faith, gracious spirit



Renata | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Renata

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Light blues: our sense of intuition, having a wide awareness of life; religious feelings. Also coolness of nature. Often seen in visions of the womb as a blue grotto or woman with halo of blue, so connects with prenatal and infant rela­tionship with mother. Dark blues: in many women’s dreams, threatening men appear dressed in dark blue or navy blue overalls; depression; negative thoughts or intuition. Idioms: blue film; blue funk, blue pencil; blue stocking; feel blue; out of the blue. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Male sexuality; prenatal forces of growth, bacte­ria. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Example: ‘I am in a large, airy cave-like room. I am pregnant and wearing a white gown. I am lying on my back on a flat slablike surface with my legs drawn up’ (Joan D). Prenatal life; the vagina; the process of reproduction and birth. Also an entrance to our unconscious; in some dreams a real contact with the forces of our evolutionary journey. We may find in the cave a fear of madness or being lost; a sense of meeting the divine; our own traumas or destiny; a meeting with death and rebirth. See catacomb, crypt; unconscious. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Potential; parts of self as yet unrealised or not fenilised by our conscious action or quality; the female ovum, a sense of wonder regarding life, our prenatal life. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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An extremely vulnerable aspect of us; our own prenatal experience; or our feelings connected with our pre­natal life—for instance we may have been told our mother tned to abort us. Even if this is not so, the idea acts as a focus for our feelings of rejection and infantile pain.

The embryo or foetus would therefore symbolise such feelings. See baby. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Penfield’s experiments with memory, along with the experiential side of humanistic psychology, suggest that most if not all of Our experiences are retained in a level of memory we seldom have access to. Our everyday experience of access­ing pans of our memory, and only occasionally touching other pans, is an example of this. Even prenatal life has been shown to leave memory, although it is not verbal.

The word unconscious can refer to the memories which we have little access to, or have not been able to recall since their inception, but which can be recalled under special circumstances. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Our own primeval urges and drives, such as fear, territorial aggression, mating rituals, survival—many of these urges have not been transformed. Many of our social rituals, such as the father giving the daughter in marriage— possibly out of the need to allay aggression between males, and break the father’s sexual bond with the daughter—arose from these basic drives. Also our babyhood or prenatal life. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Psycho Dream Interpretation

To dream of a stove, an oven, and the like means that the dreamer wants warmth and protection, a sort of prenatal existence with seclusion yet without responsibilities.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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Sperm; a baby, so perhaps pregnancy; our feelings about prenatal life. See frog under reptiles, lizards, snakes. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Dependence upon others for one’s needs; emo­tional tie to mother, prenatal life. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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The state of existence or consciousness from which we have grown; the state or condition prior to our develop­ment of personality—this can be personal, but it also relates to all human creatures, so is historical or evolutionary. It is a condition without ego, with a sense of being life itself. Going back to the womb, to the condition of withdrawal or autism: regression to the ‘womb’ state of awareness—therefore per­haps a time of not being able to meet the stress of having a personality with self awareness, a time of gaining respite and perhaps touching one’s roots of being in order to gain new strength.

So much of our foundations of experience are connected with our experience of prenatal life and birth that we may need to touch these experiences to heal or free pans of our nature for further growth. See vagina under body; individua­tion; see also balloon; nest under birds; breath; catacomb; blue under colour; dark; deep; descending; hole; hollow; example in room under house, buildings; igloo; receptacle; recurring dreams; river; sack; under the sea under sea; suit­case; tank; tunnel; water. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences


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