A Chinese figure in a dream stereotypically represents someone who is working for the whole or who has socialistic values. This may be a comment on your need to conform, or it may indicate a need to adopt some strong traditional values. In dreams relating to your work, the Chinese may point to an open […]
In chinese lore the tortoise is a revered figure of wisdom and knowledge. He is said to carry the pattern of all existence on his back. He also represents creation. Consult the entries for chinese in indigenous peoples and pet as well as the information on reptiles in animals.
To dream about having a wife signifies discord and unresolved issues in a relationship. A dream of someone else – such as a boyfriend or crush – having a wife, suggests that you are unconfident about your abilities to hold someone’s attention. If you dreamed of being a wife, or getting married, look up “Marriage” […]
A dream of sudden changes in the worldly condition, riches and treasure (Raphael). In Christian art the dragon symbolizes Satan, or sin. With the Chinese a dragon, or winged serpent, is regarded as the symbol of the Infinite Intelligence, keeping ward over the Tree of Knowledge; a dragon was also the standard of the Welsh, […]
To dream of your wife, denotes unsettled affairs and discord in the home. To dream that your wife is unusually affable, denotes that you will receive profit from some important venture in trade. For a wife to dream her husband whips her, foretells unlucky influences will cause harsh criticism in the home and a general […]
It presents a person’s wife. Similarly a blanket, pyjamas and a sheet on which one sleeps. If any of the above is seen as burnt or snatched away from him it means he will separate from his wife either by way of a divorce or death. If he is seen as being prevented from acquiring […]
If a wife dreams that her husband pets her, it is a sign of unusually upset conditions in the home. A man who dreams that his wife is more than ordinarily affable is likely to profit Largely from an Important commercial undertaking.
In chinese history the grasshopper is often associated with enlightenment. Thus, it represents some form of spiritual freedom.
Symbolic of Chinese people or Eastern religious beliefs (a call to prayer)
A pleasant journey, either in your own country or abroad, is predicted by a dream of a Chinese or other pagoda.