Seeing oneself passing stools means he will lose wealth equal to the extent of stools passed. Or he will conduct himself in such a manner as will cause him harm. If so much stools are passed that it takes the from of mud, rain or floods then there is no good to be expected from […]
At some point in our lives, social skills become important to us. Groups and gangs in dreams show us how good we are at handling ourselves and others. If we are members of either then we have passed some kind of personal test; in the case of gangs we may feel we have passed through […]
This is a symbol of someone who has died or passed away because of grief in life or having been crushed by sin, Ps. 31:12
To dream that we have qualified – that is, passed an examination – suggests that we have been tested by an external authority and given permission to use our abilities.
Spiritually to be close to someone is to have empathy with them. A closed door suggests that an opportunity has passed.
Dreaming of an infectious virus has the connotation of us having caught a contaminant or had it passed on to us. Our emotions and feelings may be out of sorts.
The arch marks a turning point; if we pass through we have passed a test. If we do not then our circumstances must remain the same. We may be being protected by authority.
Being given a certificate or diploma suggests our efforts have been acknowledged by others. Giving someone such a document signifies that we have successfully passed on our own knowledge.
When we are looking for guidance, the animus / anima can present itself in dreams as a teacher. Often the figure will be that of a headmaster or headmistress (someone who ‘knows better’). If we dream of ourselves as a teacher we will need to look at what information we have that should be passed […]
In waking life, knowledge may be passed on in an environment geared for study or research. The need for such a situation translates into the dream image of a lecture or lecture theatre.