Linen

Linen in dreams on a purely practical level can suggest an appreciation of fine things. Linen tablecloths, for instance, may suggest some kind of a celebration in the sense of only using the best. Linen bed sheets might signify sensuality.

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Linen

To see linen in your dream, augurs prosperity and enjoyment. If a person appears to you dressed in linen garments, you will shortly be the recipient of joyful tidings in the nature of an inheritance. If you are apparelled in clean, fine linen, your fortune and fullest enjoyment in life is assured. If it be […]

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Linen merchant

(Linen shop) A linen merchant in a dream represents trials with women, depression, distress, toiling, adversities and humiliation.

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Linen

Spiritually, fine linen signifies purity and righteousness. By its fineness and the care it needs it suggests reverence and love.

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Linen

In today’s world, where everything is done as quickly and as easily as possible, linen appearing in a dream would suggest a slowness of pace and caring, which enables us to appreciate our lives better.

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Lace

As a handworked adornment in vestments and altars within religious rites, lace has an extremely ancient history. In dreams, therefore, it comes to symbolize worship and perhaps the capturing of spirit in craft of knotting. When joining two pieces of material such as linen, it signifies the transition between the physical and the spiritual realms […]

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linen

(Clothing) Wearing a linen shirt in a dream means living an honorable life, earning lawful money and savings. (Also see Clothing)

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Bed / Bedroom

To be going to bed alone in a dream can indicate a desire for a return to the safety and security of the womb. To dream of a bed made up with fresh linen indicates the need for a fresh approach to those thoughts and ideas that really matter to us.

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Base

Spiritually, base material suggests crudeness and the unformed – something which has not yet taken shape. Our ‘basic instincts’ may be brought into play, requiring that we go back to original material.

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