The meaning of waits in dream | Dream Interpretation
To dream of hearing the Waits at Christmas time is a sign of a happy romance, especially if there is snow on the ground in your dream.
Generally symbolic of love and fertility. This association probably dates back to when almonds were a maternity charm.
For example, the Greek god Attis was conceived with the aid of a magical almond.
Ancient mid-Eastern: An emblem of femininity and the womb of the world due to its shape. This effectively carried over into many arts wherein the lozenge (an almond shape) is used to represent the fullness of womanhood.
Folklore relates that dreaming of whole almonds foretells wealth, whereas those broken apart indicate problems in obtaining wishes.
Spiritual sweetness that awaits you. Just get beyond the obstacle or armor represented by its shell to savor the reward!... The Language of Dreams
To dreams that friends or relatives are angry with you, while you meet their anger with composure, denotes you will mediate between opposing friends, and gain their lasting favor and gratitude. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
The influence these archetypes have upon our conscious self is varied. Panly they are supportive, as instincts are to an animal.
Some ancient cultures erected a pantheon of gods and goddesses. Many of these gods were expressions of archetypal themes, such as death, rebirth and womanhood.
A sheepdog has in itself, unconsciously, a propensity to herd animals under direction. Through the worship of gods, perhaps ancient people touched similar reservoirs of strength and healing. Without such, the individual might find it mcre difficult to face the fact that death waits at the end of their life, or to allow sexuality to emerge into their life at pube ty.
The dream of a girl suffering from anorexia shows her cutting off her own breasts with scissors. Here her developing sexual traits and urges are unacceptable to her. Perhaps she ‘cuts them off’ by not eating, thus preventing her body and psyche from maturing. In the past it would have been recommended that she give offerings to a goddess, thus aligning her with an unconscious power to adapt and mature.
Some of these archetypal patterns of behaviour, such as territorialism and group identity, are only too obviously behind much that occurs in war, and their influence needs to be brought more fully into awareness. But we must be careful in accepting Jung s descnption of the archetypes. In more recent years, through the tremendously amplified access to the unconscious made possible in psychiatry through such drugs as LSD, a lot more information about unconscious imagery has been made available. It is possible thai certain synthesising aspects of the mind produce images to represent huge areas of collected experience, i.e. the Mystic Mother or Madonna representing our collected experience of our mother.
Whatever may be the explanation of these archetypal themes, they are imponant because they illustrate how we as individuals, and as human beings collectively, have been able to develop^ur sense of conscious identity amidst enormous forces of unconsciousness, collectivity and external stresses. Below are some common archetypal symbols and their associated images. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
To row with a sweetheart, means an early marriage and fidelity.
To row on rough waters you will have to tame a shrew before you attain connubial bliss. Affairs in the business world will prove disappointing after you dream of rowing in muddy waters.
If the waters are shallow and swift, a hasty courtship or stolen pleasures, from which there can be no lasting good, are indicated. Shallow, clear and calm waters in rowing, signifies happiness of a pleasing character, but of short duration. Water is typical of futurity in the dream realms.
If a pleasant immediate future awaits the dreamer he will come in close proximity with clear water. Or if he emerges from disturbed watery elements into waking life the near future is filled with crosses for him. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
Brownies: Tiny, ragged men who symbolize matters of hearth and home, especially keeping things orderly and well run.
Elves: Thin, fair-skinned, pointed-eared, forest-dwelling Devas, these represent your magical or mischievous side.
Gnomes: As squat earth-dwellers, these creatures symbolize earth-related concerns.
Goblins: Green-skinned impish creatures that usually equate to our fears, malevolent prankishness, and, potentially, thievery.
Leprechauns: Shoe makers and the eternal gypsies of the fairy folk, these represent good luck, improved wealth, and a rogue-like personality.
Pixies: Being lead astray by something that looks quite innocent.
Salamander: A spirit who embodies a single flame, this Being knows how to live life to its fullest, and suggests you do the same (see Fire).
Sylph: Joy, laughter, carefree existence. Possibly a type of flying dream, as these fairies have gossamer wings (see Air).
Troll: Something or someone that prohibits a change or movement that you’re trying to make (see Bridge), at least not without exacting a price.
Undines (Merpeople): Essential emotions, and things you regard as wholly lovely (see Water). Alternatively, your idealized image of masculinity or femininity, depending on the sex of the creature (see Men, Women).... The Language of Dreams
If a honeycomb is placed before someone in a dream, it means that he has knowledge which he wants people to hear about or to learn. Ifthe honeycomb is placed as if on a table in the dream, it means a booty, or blessed earnings. Hit is placed in a bowl in the dream, it means lawful profits.
If one sees himself feeding it to the people in the dream, it means that he will chant the Qur’an with embellishment and awaits people’s praises and request to encore his recital. Eating from a honeycomb with honey still in it in a dream means having sexual intercourse with one’s own mother. Eating a honeycomb in a dream also could mean martyrdom, or mixing between diversified interests. Purified honey in a dream means good deeds, lawful earnings, displeasing one’s parents, recovering from an illness, or testifying in a court of justice. (Also see Honey)... Islamic Dream Interpretation
To see them full, you will be successful.
If you buy jars, your success will be precarious and your burden will be heavy.
To see broken jars, distressing sickness or deep disappointment awaits you.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
If they are stiff and pain you, swift and fearful calamity awaits you.
For a woman to dream that she has well-formed and smooth knees, predicts she will have many admirers, but none to woo her in wedlock.
If they are soiled, sickness from dissipation is portended.
If they are unshapely, unhappy changes in her fortune will displace ardent hopes.
To dream of knees is an unfortunate omen. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
To see a marriage, happiness for the dreamer.
If everybody is mournful at the wedding, sadness awaits the dreamer.
For a married person, a dream of another marriage signifies distrust or deep-seated jealousy toward the present mate.
A dream of bigamy indicates uncontrollable emotions or suspicion of some other person related to the dreamer.... Psycho Dream Interpretation
To dream that you receive Money also foretells personal success, but due to hard work.
To find Money in your dream is not so fortunate, however—there will be some sudden advancement or success, but it will prove disappointing.
If you change Money, it is a sign of difficulties due to your own fault—as if you exchange notes for silver, or silver for copper. It is a very bad sign if you dream that you borrow Money, either from a friend or from a moneylender.... Mystic Dream Book
An awareness that life sometimes passes you by unnoticed, or far more quickly than you might wish (e.g., “seeing time fly”).
Recognizing your mortality (e.g., “time waits for no man”).
Seeing a clock that is not moving represents a wish that time would momentarily stand still so that you can enjoy it more fully, or catch up on things that you feel you’ve missed.
Transformations that take a while to achieve (e.g., “time for a change”).
Knowing when to act, when to wait, when to speak, and when to remain silent for success (e.g., “timing is everything”).
Seeing a stop watch in a dream represents effective time management, and making every second count. Alternatively, feeling under time constraints.... The Language of Dreams