Seeing yourself asleep in bed may indicate that you are either experiencing a great sense of weariness, or that you are disregarding the signals coming from the subconscious (see Dreams). Alternatively, esoterically this may be some type of Out-of-Body Experience in which the spirit hovers above the body and can see it clearly.
The bed itself may represent passion or sexual encounters. Here, the condition of the bed reflects the condition of the relationship.
If you envision the bed being made, this refers to the aphorism of “having made your bed, now lie in it.” Basically, whatever situation you’re currently experiencing has been brought about by your own actions or lack thereof.
Something underneath a hed symbolizes hidden matters, secrets, or fears that you’re purposely avoiding.... The Language of Dreams
To dream of coral, is momentous of enduring friend ship which will know no weariness in alleviating your trouble. Colored coral is meant in this dream. White coral, foretells unfaithfulness and warning of love.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
(Weariness; Tiredness; Fatigue) If one finds himself incapable of carrying a conversation out of exhaustion from speaking, or if he refrains from talking either about good or bad, and if this happens inside a courthouse in a dream, it means that he will give up his alibi and loses his case to his adversary, or it could mean that he will become poor and dependent on people’s generosity or that he will become childless.... Islamic Dream Interpretation
A dream of prosperity; to see great bins in a storehouse, plenty; a field of grain denotes profit; to harvest grain augurs wealth; to carry it, weariness (Artemidorus). The symbolism is obvious.... The Fabric of Dream
Having keen eyesight, or the ability to quickly recognize, and react to, opportunity (e.g., being “hawk-eyed”).
Hawks are very able hunters, so the question is, what do you seek?
Maneuverability; rising above problems. Hawks are also very powerful fliers.
The red-tailed hawk specifically represents healing in Native American traditions, and the spirit of life-giving water. Should one appear in your dreams, it signals the end of weariness or sickness, and renewed hope.... The Language of Dreams