riddles

Riddles, Dream Interpretation


To dream that you are trying to solve riddles, denotes you will engage in some enterprise which will try your patience and employ your money.

The import of riddles is confusion and dissatisfaction.

(see Puzzles, Rhyme)

Some type of complexity that requires sound, creative thinking to solve. Unless time is of the essence, don’t rush this answer.

Lacking clarity in the way you present something, or purposefully hiding your true motivations and feelings in a matter (e.g., “talking in riddles”).

A lesson in disguise. In many fables, riddles are used to teach the main characters something specific about themselves or life. Similarly in ancient Japan, priests used riddles as a way of teaching seekers spiritual truths.

Something or someone who tries your patience by presenting everything in seemingly incongruous or incomprehensible terms.



Riddles | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Riddles

The Language of Dreams

(see Riddles)

The solution to problems in your life slowly piecing itself together. Look to see what’s appearing in the pattern for more interpretive value.

Self-created confusion that comes from complicating simple matters. Go back to the basics and reevaluate this situation.

Brainteasers represent matters that you find confusing or overwhelmingly complex.

Word jumbles symbolize problems with communication, or difficulty in ordering your thoughts (see Writing).

A labyrinth is a type of three-dimensional puzzle that represents complex paths or situations that require patience and wisdom to traverse without losing your way.

Maze: Similar to a labyrinth, a maze reflects a situation through which it is difficult to navigate due to trickery or confusion that stems from external sources.... The Language of Dreams

The Language of Dreams

(see Conversations, Riddles, Writing)

Something that seems, on the surface, nonsensical or baffling (e.g., “not having any rhyme or reason”).

A mnemonic device that the subconscious or Higher Self uses to help you retain a dream key upon awakening. In this case, consider either the whole rhyme or each phrase for more meaning.

For example, the children’s rhyme of “thirty days has September, April, June, and November” might have numerical significance, or may equate to the symbolism of the months mentioned.

In poetry, rhyme helps establish a meter to the words, and carries ideas from one line into the next. So, consider how well you have paced yourself lately, or if your line of reasoning has been flowing in the right direction.... The Language of Dreams

Christian Dream Symbols

To dream of someone telling you riddles is symbolic of mysteries, Ps. 49:4... Christian Dream Symbols
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