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 […]
Symbol of a steady, secure human being who is serving the public, with the emphasis on “serving.” Rigid, conventional and secure, as in: Shares, Anchor, Arch, Notice-of-Intention-to-Marry, Sidewalk, Parents’ House, Family. Boredom, similar to Office. Economic fears.
Fire. Emotional purification. Psychological and physical energy (flame of life), will. Devastating dangers, destruction, depletion, and transformation. Sexual passion up to and including addiction (“my old flame”); or intense passion. Need for togetherness, or the power to consolidate or remove contradiction. Cremation is said to assist resurrection (See Ashes). According to the I Ching, fire […]
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 […]
An industrious person. As with all insects, positive social behavior and the desire for personal development. A bee also points to honey, as sweet nutritious food (and the slang expression for a girl or boy friend). Do you need to do something nice for yourself? Being threatened by a bee means tension in your life […]
Fear of loss, making excuses, freeing yourself of debt. Often a feeling of being at the end of your rope, not knowing what to do next, usually due to exhaustion and denial, instead of facing the situation. Desire to come clean and start all over again. What would you like to do differently? A warning […]
Symbol for letting go, as in Water, Brook / Stream. Playing ball represents self-expression. However, a ball, as in football and handball, also expresses aggressive penetration, forging ahead. Here, the reference is to the masculine side of pleasure in man as well as in woman. Often an expression of the pleasure men and women derive […]
Release from pain, letting go. See Water, Tears. Crying, according to Freud, meant ejaculation.
The fear of the animalistic. Also, “claw” implies grabbing. It can represent the dreamer’s own wild and greedy grabbing for a world that he is either “dreaming” about or is actually living. Is the animal threatening you with its claw? However, the claw could just as easily be a “healthy” sign if you are very […]
Images of a drink usually appear when the dreamer is actually thirsty. It can also relate to taking pleasure in love What did you drink? See Thirst, Cup, Glass, Water, Wine, Tears.