To dream that you are building a shelter, signifies that you will escape the evil designs of enemies.
If you are seeking shelter, you will be guilty of cheating, and will try to justify yourself.
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- Shelter To dream of seeking shelder against rain denotes secret trouble; to fly from a storm, evil to come; to find shelter prognosticates misery and despair; to have it refused, triumph and joy (Gypsy). Here the interpretation is easily traceable to early Christian persecution, when shelter and food were refused to…
- Shelter If you dream that you are making a shelter it foretells a plan to escape from your enemies. If you are looking for shelter you may be deceitful without realizing it.
- Shelter A place of refuge provided by God from spiritual enemies and people who spread strife, Ps. 31:20
- Shelter 1. One needs shelter from some sort of emotional storm. 2. One seeks shelter from some sort of threat.
- Shelter A refuge from the stormy trials of life
- Shelter (Gulf.See Shade)
- Shelter Any shelter signifies protection. We are all aware of the need for a safe space, and this symbolism comes across in dreams quite strongly.The images used could be anything from a snail shell to an umbrella. Usually dreams about shelter highlight our needs or insecurities. You might also like to…
- Shelter The other image of shelter is protectiveness – that is, actively participating in giving shelter or sanctuary.If we are giving shelter to someone in dreams, we may be protecting a part of ourselves from hurt or difficulty.If we are being given shelter we are aware that there is protective power…
- Shelter Shelter in the spiritual sense suggests sanctuary – a space wherein we will not be harmed but can be ourselves.
- Bomb Shelter To see or dream that you are at a bomb shelter, represents the difficulties and sense of helplessness that you are going through. You are seeking for some sort of security Alternatively, it suggests your fear of things that are different from you.Also see “Bomb”, above.