ASHES

Something has come to an end, has been completely dissolved. Ashes often signify weakness, the loss of vitality, and act as a reminder to enjoy life and have fun. Symbol of the Phoenix, the Bird, who, after total self-condemnation, sets himself on Fire, only to be born again by rising from the ashes. In that […]

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ARISTOCRAT

Inferiority complex. You feel inferior in your social environment. Symbol of self-worth, wanting to advance but feeling your shortcomings. Sign of romanticizing social status by holding on to ideals uncritically, even those that should have been discarded long ago. What do you really want out of life?

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ARCH

On one hand, a well-known symbol for security, protection, and home, as in Family and Anchor. On the other hand, it often points to restriction and confinement, as in Cage, Prison. From mythology we know about the practice of leaving an infant in a basket. Here it indicates a special child who has been abandoned […]

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AGE (OLD MAN OR OLD WOMAN)

Happiness and satisfaction have been reached. On one hand, you are fascinated by age, because it implies maturity, experience, and the ability to judge. On the other hand, it represents fear of getting old. Are you afraid of being less attractive? It is the archetype of wisdom. The question here is: What is really important […]

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ABYSS

Precipice. This dream usually appears when we are in crisis, or when a crisis has almost been overcome, making room for its deeper meaning. Difficulties in life, critical situations, require decisions. You are looking for help. A challenge to look deeper inside, accepting your own deeper soul.

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BUG

How you view the bug depends on your personal relation to it. As a germ or virus, it does not seem to offer any great threat. As a slang expression—”to bugger someone”—it has a sexual connotation. In Egypt, the scarab (black dung beetle) symbolizes rebirth; later it became a symbol of luck. In our culture […]

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BULL (WILD)

The bull / steer and Tiger are always personifications of drives and urges. Running after a bull in a dream means you are in conflict with your drives. You must always confront the bull or the tiger in your dream, because both have something important to say. The bull is a symbol of masculine (originally […]

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BUCK / RAM

Well known symbol for earthbound vitality, lechery. The buck and the rooster have been allegorical since the Middle Ages for male—but also witchlike— horniness and carnal lust, the animalistic and the wild; but this symbol also stands for stupidity. The task is to make the buck into a gardener, which means to allow growth and […]

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BLUE

Points to faithfulness and deep emotions, but also to the desire for relaxation. It is the symbolic color of the soul, since blue also symbolizes the depth of the sea and the expanse of the sky. It also stands for the unconscious, as well as isolation, expanse, and infinity. It stands for pure, clear Water, […]

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BELL

Steadfastness, trustworthiness, joy, and harmony. The bell is inseparably tied to time. This dream poses a question about what hour has just been tolled. Hearing a bell ringing means that something new is happening. The sound of the bell is often thought to be the sound of a “heavenly message.” “Wanting to hang something on […]

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