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Toothless, Dream Interpretation


A dream in which you are toothless indicates your failure to succeed. You might face sadness and illness.

To dream that others are toothless means that enemies are trying to damage your reputation. They will not succeed.

To dream about losing a tooth represents man’s innermost worries - death, age, weakness, destitution, and loneliness.

1. Difficulty in expressing oneself.

2. Feelings of vulnera­bility, defenselessness.

3. Possible health problems.

4. Obstacles in the offing.

To dream that you are toothless, denotes your inability to advance your interests, and ill health will cast goom{sic} over your prospects.

To see others toothless, foretells that enemies are trying in vain to calumniate you.



Toothless | Dream Meanings

Keywords of this dream: Toothless

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Falling out; means that you may have an upsetting experience with someone or something. Or, simply put, unpleasant news.

To have your teeth cleaned or brushing your teeth; you have to fight for what is yours. Admiring; good news is coming. Toothless; Powerlessness over progressing.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Any dream in which an obvious change occurs in one of the dream figures shows transformation. Each of us go through major transformations during growth— not just physically, as when we change from a toothless baby to a walking, toothy child, but also psychologically.

Example: ‘On a hot summer day I was walking with a beautiful black woman through countryside. She stopped and told me she had a problem.

To show me she pulled down the strap of her dress. On her shoulder the black skin was peeling to reveal golden white skin underneath. She said that if she kept seeing me she would become completely white. She was going to ask advice from her mother about what to do. As we walked on two black men fought with me. They wanted to take her back to the village. I woke feeling I was winning’ (paraphrased from The Way of The Dream, Fraser Boa). Here the dreamer is relating well to his own feelings of sexuality and sensuality. However, he is beginning to see a female part­ner as a real person, not just as his sexuality paints her. Also, the reference to seeking advice from the mother suggests his ability to love is still not freed from emotional and erotic connections with his mother, and needs transforming. One often hears people, even in their 40s, saying It is difficult (developing a relationship) with that person because my mother doesn’t like them.’ The dreamer ‘fights’ the opposing drives, which want to take the man’s love back to the village, his childhood level of love—thus he moves towards becoming independent in love and life.

The transformation is towards mature love and relatedness.

For a further description of the major areas and themes of transformation, see individuation. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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