uterus

Fertility and inner wealth. With this image, are you remembering your own heritage, or something from a “past life”?

Dreams of a uterus signify your feelings and attitudes about pregnancy, motherhood, nurturing, and creativity. Perhaps you are pregnant with a great idea or you are in the beginning stages of a new chapter of your life. See Womb and Vagina.



Uterus | The Dream Meanings

Keywords of this dream: Uterus

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See Grotto, Barn. Womb of the mother, uterus, and security, as in Family and Dam.

According to Freud, a symbol for vagina; protection and femininity.

The original dwellings in which human beings lived, with their animal drives. According to Jung, a reminder that human beings developed from animals.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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See Palace, Fort. On one hand, and as far back as the Middle Ages, the city has been a well-known symbol for Mother, since cities provide protection and resources and are usually surrounded by a wall (uterus). On the other hand, it may also stand for Father and “father state.” It is a symbol of progress on the road to self-development, as well as a symbol of the emotional environment of the dreamer.

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Greenhouse. Protection, as in Glass Wall.

A message to be more open and transparent. Similar to the Container in which transformation and growth takes place, in people as well as plants.

The uterus.

The glass coffin in 4tSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” In mythological terms, a glass house is also seen as a sweat lodge, where the transformation of the prince takes place.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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See Cave.

The female. Grottos are also holy places and in that sense have magical meaning. See Uterus.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Thoughts; opinions; intellect; decisions; intentions; self image. Fairly understandable from the huge number of idioms about head and face, such as lose one’s head/face’, so one might literally dream of a headless figure.

Face: self image; concerns about how others see you; ex­pression of or hiding of inner feelings and attitudes. Idioms: above one’s head; over one’s head; enter one’s head; get something into one’s head, go off one’s head, swollen or big head; head above water, head in sand, face the facts; face the music; face value; flat on one’s face; facelift; long face, poker face; blue in the face.

Ears: subtle information, rumours. Idioms: an ear for, all ears; reach one’s ears; flea in the ear, gain the ear of; ears burning; long ears; lend an ear, hear from; will not hear of, hearing things.

Eyes: how we see the world and ourself. Although eyes are not mentioned much in the collection of dreams used for data in this book, saw, see. seeing, look and looking, constitute the highest number of mentions. In a computer word count of 1,000 dreams, these words were mentioned 1,077 times. Feel, feeling, felt, came second, with 855 hits. So dreams are pre­dominantly a looking at and seeing activity, in the sense of insight and awareness.

Eyes are used in many ways in dreams. As these quotes show, eyes can represent the soul or psyche in its many moods-—dark deep eyes; desperation in its eyes; shining eyes; impersonal eyes; staring eyes; eye to eye. Example: 4I saw a young soldier with a gun, but as our eyes met we were at­tracted to each other, and he put his arm round me’ (Pauline B). As the example shows, eyes can represent the state of a relationship. Lack of eye contact: avoidance of intimacy. Closed eyes: introversion or avoidance of contact; not wanting to see. Example: I was dimly aware of a biggish black bird that came down close beside us on the step and pecked at the baby’s eye, then it flew olf.

The eye was gone completely’ (Heather C). Heather’s dream shows the eye depicting the T or identity. In fact her sense of self was damaged in infancy.

In many dreams the eyes represent our understanding, or how we ‘see’ the world, our view of things or other people; also intelligence; our attention; our boundaries of awareness. Blindness: not being aware, not wanting to see something— usually about oneself. Loss of sight in right eye : not seeing what is going on in the outside world. Loss of sight in left eye: not seeing what you are really thinking or feeling; not aware of self, motives, behaviour, no ‘in-sight’. Idioms: I see; can’t you see; you must be blind; I saw it with my own eyes; all eyes, eye opener, evil eye; sheep eyes; one in the eye; turn a blind eye.

Mouth: pleasure area; our hungers, sexual pleasure. Also, because we speak with our mouth and tongue, they can repre­sent what we say; a dream of our mouth being buttoned— button your lip—or sewed up could suggest that inwardly we regret having said cenain things and need to hold our tongue. Chewing: considering; mulling over something. Idioms: all mouth; a big mouth, nasty taste in the mouth; mouthwatering.

Nose: curiosity; intuition, as with ‘smell a rat’; penis. Idi­oms: have a nose for, nose out of joint; rub nose in it; up one’s nose.

Teeth: the ageing process as it relates to maturity. This is because we lose our first teeth as we leave childhood behind, and lose our adult teeth as we leave youthfulness behind. Also aggression; ability to ‘chew things over’. Bad tooth: a painful or rotten part of one’s feelings, life or relationships, angry or regretful words. Teeth falling out: example: ‘1 felt a tooth was loose and staned pushing it with my tongue. Then I took hold of it between thumb and forefinger and pulled it out. I felt okay about this, but then another tooth was loose, and an­other, and I pulled them out. Running to the bathroom I looked into the mirror, horrified and frightened. All my teeth were coming out. Not knowing how to deal with this I ran to my mother, showing her my mouth, empty now except for two teeth. My mother appeared not to see my lack of teeth, or notice my fear’ (Eve). Eve was 18 at the time of the dream. She explored it and found a fear of ageing and death. Also apprehension about maturing and facing independence and responsibility, loss of attractiveness. 1m Tofeeq, a Palestinian woman, told me that among the Arabs it is believed that if you dream of losing teeth it means your brother or son is in trou­ble. She had a dream in which three of her teeth fell out.

The next day she received a call from America to say her son had been shot in the head three times by a gunman.

A woman swallowing teeth: the throat and Eustachian tubes are like the uterus and Fallopian tubes, so can depict conception or fear of it. False teeth: lies told; false face; not keeping spoken promises. Idioms: show one’s teeth, get one’s teeth into; gnash one’s teeth; grit one’s teeth; teething trou­bles.

Tongue: speech, expression of what we feel; saying what is deep inside us, perhaps unknown to ourself; penis. Idioms: find one’s tongue; tongue in cheek; lose one’s tongue; sharp tongue; hold one’s tongue; forked tongue. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Often to do with concerns over health. Could be a sense of illness in that pan of body, but mostly our anxiety about illness. Heart: emotions; pity, sympathy; likes and dislikes. Idioms: lost your heart, have a heart; have no heart; heart like stone; change one’s heart; done one’s heart good; from the bottom of one s heart (too many more to list). Brain: intellect; thinking; insight; creativity. Idioms: brain­storm; brainchild; pick someone’s brains; harebrained; scat­terbrained. Lungs: might relate to tension, feelings of being suffocated’ in a relationship or situation, as one may have been with one’s mother or home life. Often to do with smok­ing or related to such idioms as relate to breathing, such as: catch one’s breath; bated breath; hold one’s breath. Ovaries and uterus: for many women, represent their sense of validity or adequacy, just as testes do for men. See vagina within this eniry; individuation. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Where cooking takes place and where life is renewed. In the mythology of the Mabinogions (medieval Welsh lore), the kettle was where dead soldiers were brought back to life.

The kettle, just like any of the containers in alchemy, is where transformation of matter takes place, and for that reason it is reminiscent of the uterus or the center of the earth.

The kettle is almost always a sign of creative energy. Figuratively speaking, it is the kettle where the vitality of the dreamer is transformed into something new. It is the blended pot where emotional energy and the power of the soul are blended together to create the individual personality.

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In a dream, nose relates to the sense of smelling. It represents the element of comfort by taking in needed oxygen for the body to satisfy its needs.

The immediate sense of physical tranquility produced by inhaling through one’s nose in one’s dream represents liveliness and comfort.

If breathing in also includes smelling a sweet fragrance in the dream, then it reflects the immediate results of one’s satisfaction. Nose in a dream also represents an aspect of one’s beauty, or what one adorns himself with, such as wealth, or pride he takes in his father, a son, a brother, a wife, a just partner or an employee.

A beautiful nose in a dream represents the good conditions of one’s life.

A large nose in a dream means oppression or compulsion. Smelling a good fragrance in a dream means rising in station. Ifone sees himself in a dream having many noses, each of them represents the renewal of his comfort.

If one’s nose is transformed into iron or gold in a dream, it means an illness, an adversity, or a crime that one may commit.

A nose in a dream also represents news, spying, buttocks, or the uterus.

If one’s nose shrinks in a dream, it means that he is arrogant.

If it becomes crooked in the dream, it also means stupidity and humiliation.

If it expands in the dream, it means stupidity. One’s nose in a dream also represents his parents. Ifwhat is breathed through the nose is good, the consequences will be good. Otherwise, smelling a bad odor in a dream brings about negative results. (Also see Body’)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Heat, urges. You are “cooking” something up; something is brewing internally. Romantic flight into the so-called “good old days.”

Warm feelings.

A cold oven refers to emotional coldness. Points to the state of your relationship.

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May symbolize restrictions and dependency in many forms. Usually, it expresses a need for more space and freedom, as in Crowds, Shackles, and Cage. You feel limited (often because of a relationship or situations at work) or awkward. In rare cases, it refers to a “blind spot” or a sore point you’re saddled with.

Freud dreamed in his youth about a prison in the shape of a Box, which to him was the symbol of a uterus.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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See Laboratory. On one hand, a place for the unnatural and artificial; on the other, the receptacle for intellect, or the place where connections are made. In alchemy, a reference to the uterus.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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Dreams of a vagina signify your connection to your feminity, to the mother archetype, and to the Goddess.

A vagina is also a symbol for openness, receptivity, sensuality, sexuality, the mystery of life, and fertility. See Uterus and Goddess.... Strangest Dream Explanations