To dream of a whale represents issues in your life that are so powerful or influential that everything else is insignificant. Enormous accomplishments that can't be outdone.
Positively, a whale reflects a positive situation that is so powerful that all your worries or frustrations become null. Some area of your life where you are too big to lose.
Negatively, a whale reflects a situation that is so powerful that all your desires or goals are diminished. Feeling that something in your life is too big for you to deal with. Feeling too little to compete or handle yourself on your own. Feelings about yourself being so accomplished that nobody could ever do anything bigger than you.
Example: A young girl dreamed of being chased by a whale. In waking life she was about to enter high school and feared not having enough friends and not being popular enough. She felt like a "little fish" that didn't know anyone.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing a smiling whale. In waking life she had just finished climbing an enormous mountain with her husband. The whale may have reflected her feelings about her mountain climb be so such an enormous accomplishment that nobody else she knew could ever achieve more.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of being on vacation and fearing that a whale would attack her. In waking life she was trying to calm herself down from a very stressful issue, but the issue was too important for her to stop worrying about.
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To dream of wheat represents hard work you are enduring to keep a situation going. Achievement that is gained without any luck. Negatively, wheat in a dream may reflect exhaustion. A lot of hard work involved in a situation you are experiencing. You may have money problems, and find yourself struggling to make ends meet. Never expecting favors or luck to help you achieve your goals. Involvement in a situation that is not by choice.
To dream of a wheatfield represents a situation totally revolving around keeping afloat or struggling to keep a situation going. Doing everything you can not lose stability or what you've worked for. Never believing a tough situation will end. Endless work or exhausting effort.
Example: A man dreamed of walking through a wheatfield. In waking life he was having a very difficult time keeping himself out of poverty. Doing every single little thing he could to make and save money.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing a beautiful wheatfield. In waking life she was noticing all her friends and family trying their hardest to help her move on from her rape by never bringing it up and being happy around her.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of being in a wheatfield. In waking life she felt that she had to try very hard to stay sexually attractive to a man she liked.
To dream of a wheelbarrow represents hard work, labor, and difficulty. A "pain in your butt" to have to care about doing something. An arduous situation.
Consider what's inside the wheelbarrow for additional meaning.
To dream of a wheelchair represents emotional or psychological dependency. Something you think you need or feel you can't function without. A situation may have left you feeling lost, powerless, or impotent. Something in your life that you may feel helpless or depressed without. It may also reflect something you have difficulty letting go of believing isn't important.
A wheelchair is a sign that you can't do something on your own or that you are dependent on certain factors in order to function. It may also point to situational requirements in order to feel safe.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing himself in a wheelchair. In real life he felt he couldn't function at work if a woman he liked wasn't going to be working there anymore. The wheelchair may have reflected the man's dependency on the woman to function at work.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of being in a wheelchair that she felt she didn't need. In waking life she was wearing a wig due to side-effects of chemo. She felt she only needed her wig around strangers to feel comfortable. The wheelchair may have reflected her feelings about needing the wig to function socially.
Example 3: A young man dreamed of his girlfriend being in a wheelchair. In waking life he got into a huge argument with his girlfriend. Since she was so angry at him he felt he couldn't have a functioning relationship with her unless he did whatever she wanted to keep her happy. The wheelchair in this case may have reflected his feelings about the need to make enormous efforts to keep his girlfriend happy to make the relationship function at all.
To dream of wheels represents feelings about a situation in your life being easier, smoother, or less disrupted than usual.
To dream of broken wheels may reflect feelings about having lost a sense of easiness in your life. Progress is not as smooth. Confidence is hurt or lowered.
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To dream of a whip represents the exercising of control or power. Showing someone or something "who's the boss." Keeping someone or something inline. Ensuring discipline and obedience.
To be hit by a whip may reflect your feelings about being controlled, an abusive situation, or being punished.
Example: A young girl dreamed of seeing a whip crack. In waking life she was a virgin and in love with young boy while being strict about not having sex with him.
To dream of whiplash represents your attempt to deal with the consequences of an unexpected conflict or problem. Disbelief that a person or situation is as difficult or terrible as you've discovered them to be. Recovering from your dashed hopes or expectations. A new problem in your life resulting from being caught off guard.
To dream of whipped cream represents a situation in waking life that is so wonderfully perfect or has nothing wrong it at all. A perfect solution or perfect answer. A perfect outcome.
Negatively, whipped cream may reflect an excessive or delusional amount of enthusiasm for something you have little experience with at all. Feeling good about perfect outcomes that are unrealistic.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing whipped cream in a bowl with rotting strawberries. In waking life he was losing sexual attraction towards a woman he thought was perfect for him.
Example 2: A young girl dreamed of her friends getting banana split sundaes with whipped cream on top. In waking life she was watching her friends having a lot of sex and enjoying talking about being perfect.
To dream of a whirlpool represents problems or uncertain situations that you feel powerless to stop yourself from being "sucked into." Feelings about problems or consequences being inescapable. The potential for problems to endlessly repeat until you experience total failure or embarrassment. Concerns about being sucked into other people's problems. Fears about being pulled into a disaster that you can never get out of. Fearing being pulled into an situation that is an inevitable failure. Feeling that if you don't have someone around to help you that you may get "sucked in" to a big problem.
Negatively, a whirlpool may be a sign that you are underestimating the power of getting involved in other people's problems. Ignoring warning signals about being involved with problems that nobody else has ever overcome.
Example: A young boy dreamed of dangerous whirlpools. In waking life his live-in babysitter abruptly left the home and he felt that doing things on his own was very dangerous. He felt that without his babysitter around the may get serious hurt or stuck with a problem while alone.
To dream of whiskey represents feelings of acceptance of a situation you are experiencing being out of your control. Trying to relax during a chaotic or unpredictable situation. Behavior you use to calm yourself during a very dangerous moment. Accepting the very hard truth as means of dealing with a serious problem. Having to act like a jerk or insensitive person as means calm yourself. Talking about big problems like they are unimportant at all as means to emotionally survive them.
Negatively, whiskey in a dream may reflect an enormous amount of effort you are making to pretend a problem isn't serious. Not wanting to talk about big problems at all as means to deal with them.
Example: A woman dreamed of being unable to find a bottle of whiskey that was stored and then having her father yell at her making her cry. In waking life she was trying to calm down and accept a miscarriage, but ended up blaming herself.
To dream of whispering something represents feelings about wanting to keep something private or secret. Not wanting other people who find out about discussions you are having. Feeling that it's inappropriate to speak about something too obviously. Fear of other people finding out what you are really thinking or really planning. Concerns about loud or obvious gestures being observed by others. Sensitivity about hurting someone's feelings.
Negatively, whispering in a dream may reflect feelings of annoyance or frustration that you can't express yourself openly. Having to express your true feelings behind closed doors or behind people's backs.
Example: A woman dreamed of whispering in her husbands ear with her head in her hands following by a scene where her daughter was on her knees. In waking life she was carefully discussing her marital problems with a friend over the internet and then her husband threatened to cut off her internet. The whispering may have reflected her wish to keep the discussions about her husband hidden from him.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of being unable to express her anger at someone. She could only whisper. In waking life she was frustrated with a child molester who got released from prison who came into her restaurant to be served food. Her boss forced her to serve the man food. She could only express her true feelings behind closed doors behind the man's back or with her body language.
To dream of a whistle represents a timeout or pause. A decision to take a break or stop certain behavior. Telling yourself or someone else when enough is enough.
Example: One person dreamed of seeing a red whistle being thrown away while a white whistle was putting put around their neck. In waking life they were beginning to take more breaks while doing very stressful work. The red whistle represented the stress and negative emotions associated with never taking a break and the white whistle represents a more balanced approach to getting away from work when it was getting to be too much.
To dream of the color white represents feelings about something in your life being perfect, pure, or genuine.
Positively, white may reflect feelings about perfect ideas, cleansing, good intentions, or the purification of negativity in your life. Feelings about people or situations being perfectly honest. Feeling a total lack of jealousy. It may also reflect your feelings about being spiritually pure. Self-improvement, positive change, or discontinuing bad habits. Bad people or bad situations being completely changed. Negative thinking patterns or negative situations are being cleansed from your life.
Negatively, the color white may reflect good, genuine, or well-meaning intentions which are imbalanced. Honest actions that hurt others. Being inconsiderate of others as you make dramatic changes. Purification of some area of your life that is unpleasant or dangerous. Forcing honesty on other people in ways that feel uncaring or mean. A fear of not being perfect.
To dream of white clothing represents feelings about the personality being perfect. A person or situation that behaves in a manner that is unquestionably perfect. It may also reflect feelings about your own personality being perfectly honest or that nothing is wrong with your behavior. God often appears in dreams wearing white clothing which may reflect people's view of God behavior being perfectly spiritual.
To dream of a white room may reflect feelings about a personal area of your life being perfectly fixed or totally honest. Dramatic personal change.
To dream of a white void may reflect feelings about a dramatic changes in your life that seems to have no ending. Negatively, it may reflect feelings of unpleasant changes that seem to have no clear ending.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing a white cat. In waking life he having fantasies about being married to a woman he didn't know. The white color of the cat most likely reflected his good intentions for marriage.
Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing a white flash of light. In waking life he was surprised to witness people he thought were terrible criminals being arrested and never allowed to bother him again.
Example 3: A young woman dreamed of seeing herself with a white belly ring piercing. In waking life she felt that there was nothing wrong with getting a belly piercing, but she feared getting in trouble from her grandmother if she got one.
To dream of white people represents aspects of your personality that are advantaged or have it easy. Being jealous of nothing at all. Habits, situations, or problems that can't lose or easily overcome anything with less power. Something about yourself or that you are experiencing that is impossible to lose with.
Positively, white people reflect your inability to fail at something or your ability to easily overcome problems. Some area of your life where you have an advantage or more experience. An area of your life where you were "there first." Fear, insecurity, or loss doesn't stop you. Power comes naturally. Feeling no jealousy.
Negatively, white people reflect problems that can't be stopped or situations that are too entrenched for you to do anything about. Fear, insecurity, or loss overpowers you. It may also reflect jealousy that never goes away. Feeling that someone has an advantage over you. It may also reflect your insecurity that something is too difficult for you to do as well.
The symbolism is based on the stereotypical perception of white people as having easier lives, more advantages, or being oblivious to poverty.
Example: A young black woman dreamed of a white woman standing near a black man that she liked. In waking life she was shocked to find out that this guy that she liked already had a girlfriend. The white woman in her dream reflected her jealousy and disappointment of being unable to have the guy because his girlfriend already had the advantage of dating him.
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To dream of people you feel are white trash may reflect feelings about yourself or others as being low class, cheap, or unconcerned with low quality behavior. A lack of concern for some area of your life staying unattractive. An area of your life where you feel other people prefer to behave without integrity or low standards as though it were normal when you feel it isn't. A lack of sophistication. Feelings about yourself or someone else being a "low-life."
Negatively, white trash people may reflect your feelings about other people preferring low-quality choices. Ignorance of improved possibilities or potential. A lack of sophistication that holds back progress. Low standards or low quality that scares you. Fearing being pulled down to other people's low standards of behavior. Anxiety about other thinking you are a "low-life loser."
Alternatively, dreaming about white trash people may reflect feelings about yourself having low standards and not caring about it at all. Some area of your life where you prefer low standards or low quality because it makes you happy. Accepting of yourself as a "low life." Not caring what people think of you.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing white trash people sitting on a porch that he drove past. In waking life he was trying hard to be perfectly abstinent for his religious training and couldn't stop masturbating to pornography. He felt like a "low-life" not being perfectly abstinent. and accepting this behavior in himself.
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To dream of wicker represents situations that only feel good being noticed working. Looking good qualifying.
Negatively, wicker may reflect feelings about using access or resources you don't really think are a good idea to only look good convincing someone. Preoccupation with nice appearances that in reality are weak. Sensitivity about looking good and maintaining it.
Example: A woman dreamed of seeing wicker. In waking life she was feeling good getting prepared to leave her cheating husband, but hadn't done it yet. Enthusiastically talking about leaving to friends and family a lot without having taken any real action.
To dream of seeing or being a widow represents feelings about a permanent loss or change. You are spending a lot of time noticing that something you grew accustom to is now gone. You may also have a sense of preservation or appreciation for what you still have left. Loneliness, neglect, or sadness. You may be feeling isolated or abandoned.
A widow may also reflect a heightened sensitivity about needing to respect someone who has suffered a permanent loss of some kind. Feeling a need to respect a loser in a competition. Sensitivity about what other people think about you having lost something special or powerful about yourself.
Negatively, a widow in a dream may be a sign that you have grown too accustom to living with a loss.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing a widow. In waking life he was sensitive about seeing someone on a reality tv show the previous day being made fun of after they got kicked off the show and lost the competition.
To dream of your current wife represents an aspect of your personality or area of your life that feels permanent. A situation that is always there when needed. Thinking or doing something all the time. A habit or situation that you notice yourself with all the time.
Negatively, dreaming of your wife may represent an area of your life that has always worked that is starting to have problems.
Alternatively, your wife may reflect your current projection of her and your current relationship.
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To dream of wife swapping represents the easy interchanging of a serious idea, situation, or promise. Negatively, it may reflect reversing commitments too easily. A sign that your sense of loyalty or commitment is weak.
Alternatively, wife swapping may reflect romantic interests that are too easily interchanged.
To dream of WiFi internet represents feelings about how exceptionally easy it is to be connected to other people in shared experiences without effort. A higher degree of feeling that it's easy to have desired experiences without thinking about it. Feeling that there is an "air of easiness" to your life. Connected experiences with other people that are automatic, convenient, with few obstacles.
Negatively, dreams about WiFi internet may reflect jealousy or annoyance at how easy other people lives are working out. A dislike for how easy it is for other people to connect or share experiences.
To dream of a wigger represents feelings about enjoying showing off being arrogant. Showing off lke it's a lifestyle. Enjoying showing off being biggest, stronger, mean, or intentionally arrogant to weakness. Insensitivity to anything that isn't showing off first. Ignoring anything that doesn't allow you to show off looking strong. Overt ignorance that prefers to show off instead of caring about others feelings or anything passive. A jerk that enjoys showing off.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing a white wigger girl walking in front of him with pink panties around her ankles. In waking life he was experiencing a girl showing off to her friends about how easy it would be to have sex with him because he was wealthy. He was surprised at how honest she was willing to be about talking about having sex with him to spend his money.
Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing wiggers standing around. In waking life he was dealing with people who were showing off on social media in public with hacking his website business. His feelings about them were that they didn't want to stop enjoying showing off projecting a "bigger than you" image of themselves while arrogantly laughing at him.
To dream of a wig or a toupee represents feelings about dishonestly projecting an appearance or image to others. Awareness of yourself projecting an appearance or personality that is not your own. A thinking style that is fake. Wigs point to thoughts, ideas, beliefs, and opinions that are not your own which you are attempting to take credit for.
Negatively, a toupee may represent a wish to avoid embarrassing yourself appearing as a failure by faking appearances. A wish to appear to others better off than you really are. Feeling embarrassed that you look ridiculous faking something. Feelings about being laughed at for faking your image.
Alternatively, dreaming of wig or toupee may reflect your anxiety or self-consciousness about hair loss. Feelings of embarrassment for having to cover up hair loss.
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To dream of a wildebeest represents an aspect of your personality that is inhospitable or unwelcoming. A person that is aware of you and wants you to go away. A wildebeest may reflect bitterness, hostile jealousy, or resenting someone.
Example: A person once dreamed of a wildebeest. In real life a friend of the dreamer had learned that the dreamer betrayed them. The friend grew noticeably bitter about this. The wildebeest reflected the hostility and resentment the dreamer felt from their friend.
To dream of the wilderness represents feelings of being on your own or having to fend for yourself. Alternatively, the wilderness may reflect feelings uninhibited and free. You may feel that there are no restrictions holding you back.
To dream of wind represents unsettled emotions or situations. Feeling that a situation is not easy enough to simply breeze through it. The instability of change.
Strong winds may reflect the stress or anxiety of unpleasant changes. Feeling that too much is going on. A turbulent adjustment to something unpleasant. Facing pressure to stop doing something you want or a person that doesn't like what you are doing. You may feel forced to reconsider a situation or choice.
To dream of light winds or light breeze may reflect the gentleness of a new idea or new beginning. The vigor and excitement of the unexpected. Feeling good thinking that something in your life is easy to get through.
Example: A man dreamed of walking around on a very cold windy street with no coat. In waking life he felt abandoned by a business partner and had to restart his life all on his own. The cold wind may have reflected his feelings about how unpleasant it felt to confront the instability in his life on his own after the business partner abandoned him.
To dream of a wind chime represents comfortable feelings that something different is about to happen. An intuitive feeling about the potential for change to occur. A situation or event in your life that signals change. Intuitive feelings about a welcome argument or conflict being close at hand. An event occurring in your life that you feel signals change.
Negatively, dreaming about wind chimes may reflect intuitive feelings about something dangerous that you feel is about to happen. An intuitive feeling that something is wrong. A persistent state of worrying about the potential for something dangerous to occur that never occurs. Misunderstanding the meaning of an event or signal that you feel is ominous of change.
Wind chimes are common dream symbols for people expecting the death of a loved one.
Example: A man dreamed of hearing wind chimes. In waking life he felt the financial disaster of 2008 was the signal that it was the end of the world.
To dream of windex represents clarification about the future. New facts, insight, or a more objective outlook about the future or what we expect to happen. New information or a surprise that makes you to change your expectations. You are seeing the future in a clearer way.
To dream of a windmill represents feelings about using an unsettling or unstable situation to your own advantage. Making your life easier by using the instability of a situation or conflict. Making the best of a bad situation.
Negatively, a windmill may reflect feelings about using other people's anger, problems, or instability as a excuse to help yourself. Fear of someone using your problems to make their lives easy. Awareness of yourself of your problems being used by other people. Awareness of yourself using other people's problems to make your life easy.
To see a window washer in your dream represents clarification of issues, new objectivity into a situation, and insight or new perspectives gained.
To dream of a window represents a perspective or insight on current events. Seeing something more clearly. An outlook on a situation. It may also reflect your ability to see ahead. Noticing or feeling what possibilities lay ahead or what's about to happen.
To dream of a broken window represents lost opportunities or never getting to think about the future in a particular way ever again. Not feeling good about the future at all or feeling that an opportunity has been wasted.
To dream of washing a window represents clarifying a distorted issue. Renewed confidence in future possibilities.
To dream of entering a window represents an underhanded or secretive exploitation of an opportunity. It may reflect waking life situations where you are creating your own opportunities or impatiently making something irregular happen.
To dream of looking out a window represents insight into what's happening or your outlook for the future. Seeing ahead or what you feel is going to happen. It may also reflect your hopes for what is about to come.
Negatively, dreaming about looking out a window may reflect expectations about the future that are based on fear, anxiety, or non-objective perspective. It may also reflect awareness of danger that you are not taking seriously enough to prepare for.
To dream of someone looking in your window may represent situations that allow people to see what you're really thinking. Others gaining insight into you.
To dream of looking inside a window represent a glimpse of insight, a point of view, or a perspective on a situation or relationship.
To dream of a foggy window represents confusion or uncertain behavior that is making it hard for you to discern or calculate a future outcome.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing a beautiful view outside a window. In waking life he was beginning to have a more positive view about healing from a serious injury.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing a large penis object while peering inside her sisters bedroom window. In waking life she had gained insight into why her sister's boyfriend was such a jerk.
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To dream of a windshield represents your ability to see where you are headed in life and make sound decisions based on it. Your ability to think clearly or concentrate without distractions while making decisions.
To dream of a windshield being smashed may reflect conflict or crisis that makes being calm focused decision-making difficult. Negatively, it may reflect your anger, frustration, or conflict with someone who you feel is too intelligent about something wrong you are doing. A wish to stop something from being intelligent about interfering with you.
To dream of kicking out a windshield may reflect feelings about forgoing rational thinking with no regard for appearances. Dangerous or risky decision-making that doesn't care about what anyone else thinks. Feeling that being rational is a stupid idea in a dangerous situation.
To dream of being submerged underwater and then kicking out a windshield may reflect a crisis situation that calls for risky or dangerous decision-making to deal with the problem. You or someone else that need to be a jerk to solve a serious problem. Feeling that being a nice or calm is dangerous in a situation you are experiencing.
A dark or tinted windshield may represent awareness of people in your life that are not telling you what they are really thinking. Decision-making that keeps you guessing or uninformed about true intentions. Feeling that someone is intentionally planning something that they don't want you knowing about. Anxiety about decisions you have no control over. Mysterious decision-making that scares you. Decision making that you are intentionally trying to keep private.
Example: A man dreamed of worrying that bags of water being dropped off the top of a building would hit his windshield. In waking life he was worried that when his pregnant wife's water broke that the chaos would make him so emotional he wouldn't be able to responsibly take her to the hospital.
To dream of sailing windward represents feelings about having an emotionally more difficult time navigating an uncertain situation. Conditions or luck is not on your side as you attempt to get through a challenging situation.
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To dream of wine represents situations where you are celebratory, satisfied with what you have already achieved, or relaxing with a sense of completion. You feel like there isn't much more to do and are very comfortable with it. You are experiencing the end result of a process, change, or struggle.
A wine bottle can also be a sign that you are taking a break in the middle of something important.
Negatively, dreaming about wine may reflect an arrogant sense of accomplishment. Feeling good about yourself for having gotten away with dishonest behavior.
Example: A man dreamed of being offered a bottle of wine. In waking life he was taking it easy after finishing a difficult work project.
Example 2: A man dreamed of finishing drinking a glass of wine. In waking life he was feeling proud of himself for having successfully cheated on his wife and then telling her about it without her getting angry.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing broken wine bottles. In waking life she found out that a career advancing opportunity was going to be a lot more difficult to get than she first thought.
Example 4: A woman dreamed of being given a bottle of wine by her mother. In waking life she landed a job and felt that she could afford to get her own apartment and win back her ex-boyfriend.
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To dream of a wine glass represents receptivity to celebrating, enjoying your achievements, or relaxing with a sense of completion. Wanting or a willing to feel good about hard work completed or what you have done.
To dream of wings represents feelings of new found freedom. Success without limitations. Freedom to do something you want to do all the time. Feeling that nothing is holding you back. Alternatively, wings may reflect transcendence or your attempt to escape from a difficult situation. The ability to rise above and heal.
Negatively, wings may reflect problems that are beyond your control.
To dream of having angel wings represents behavior that is perfectly suited to others needs. Being the perfect solution to someone else's problems. Carrying or helping others when they need you the most. Being a good Samaritan and asking for nothing in return. You or someone else that "saves the day" by being wonderful. Sweet or "angelic" gestures. Protecting others or feeling protected.
To dream of the wings of birds represents transcendence or rising above problems. Consider the type of bird for additional meaning.
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To dream about winning represents feelings of achieving success in a situation. Feeling better about yourself or feeling special. Feelings about overcoming challenges or problems. Feelings about defeating enemies. Food good proving yourself or proving you are right. An overwhelming sense of achievement in waking life.
Negatively, winning in a dream may reflect wishful thinking about overcoming problems. An arrogant attitude about showing off with your accomplishments. Jealousy of other people having more success, power, or luck than you.
Winning symbolism may show up in the dreams of people who are successfully confronting addictions or illnesses.
To dream of winning and not liking it may reflect waking a sense of accomplishment that you feel is dangerous. Feeling that overcoming a challenge will only bring more challenges. Problems being satisfied.
To dream of winning at gambling may reflect feelings of success after having taken a risk or uncertain chance at an opportunity.
Example: A woman dreamed of winning. In waking life she had been proved right in an argument when she discovered her ex-boyfriend was cheating on her before they broke up.
Example 2: A girl dreamed of wanting to win the chance to have a date with Brad Pitt. In waking life she was trying very hard to compete with other girls to start a relationship with a very attractive guy.
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To dream of winter represents challenges or hardships that you are enduring in waking life. You may be confronting a problem that's totally unforgiving or requires absolute perfection. A situation that feels terrible. You may feel isolated and lonely.
Negatively, winter may reflect how harsh or cold a cleansing experience is. A very unpleasant new beginning or feeling as though you're being punished. When you see winter it may point to ill health, financial problems, a loss, or a situation that humbles you.
Positively, winter may represent a fresh start or purification of some area of your life. A new feeling of security or a second chance. Something has come to an end. A new sense of clarity. Alternatively, snow may symbolize spiritual peace and tranquility.
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To dream of a winter coat represents how you protect yourself mentally and emotionally during times of adversity. How you defend or shield yourself from a terrible situation. Snow and winter point to a purification or cleansing of negativity in your life. A winter coat reflects your thoughts, emotions, or habits as you attempt to confront this.
To dream of a wire transfer represents power or resources that must be waited for. You or someone else may have made a promise that has been delayed or requires other things to happen first.
To dream of seeing wires represents feelings about power working properly. Awareness of needing something in order to have a powerful or functioning experience. Feelings about the proper flow of power to experience proper functioning in your life.
To dream of fixing wires may represent feelings about restoring power or function to some area of your life that isn't working.
To dream of a broken wires represents feelings about power not working properly. Feelings about the flow of power having stopped due to a problem you need to fix. Feeling shut off from power due to a problem.
To dream of a wisdom teeth represents an experience you can be confident about. A situation or experience that gives you confidence that you've "been there" or "done that." Growing up or a milestone you've moved past.
It may also reflect "coming of age" evidence such as sexual development or sexual experience. Something that makes you feel mature or grown up.
To dream of your wisdom teeth falling out represents maturity or a loss of youthful ambition. Feeling like it's time to settle down. Feeling that showing off or talking about adult achievements is no longer interesting. It may also point to a loss of importance you are giving to proving yourself.
To dream of your wisdom teeth being pulled out represents feelings that it's important to hide your success or stop bragging about an adult achievement. Feeling that success has gotten out of hand. Not believing that sex, money, or other adult abilities are as interesting as they used to be. Feeling that family life is more important to you now.
Example: A young girl dreamed of feeling like an outsider because her wisdom teeth hadn't come in yet. In waking life she had just started high school and was surrounded by people she felt were more socially experienced than her.
To dream of a wise person represents an aspect of yourself with learned experience. You or someone else that knows better. It may also reflect knowing that you've been through more hardship than others. It may also reflect a feeling of expertise or knowing all the answers in a particular subject.
To dream that you are wise represents superior knowledge or experience over others. You may have a higher ability to succeed or avoid failure. An area of your life where you know better.
To dream of a wish bone represents a waking life situation where you are testing your luck or testing fate. Competing with others to see who is luckier. A comfortable attitude about taking a chance. No fear or jealousy with the potential to lose with a chance you are taking.
Negatively, a wishbone may reflect a relaxed attitude about taking chances or testing your luck with something dangerous. Taking chances with other people's property. It may also reflect a dishonest perception being projected to others about looking like you don't really fear losing with a chance you are taking.
Example: A man dreamed of wishbone being snapped and getting the smaller side. In waking life he made a friendly bet with the friend that he could have sex with a girl before the friend did. He lost the bet.
To dream of a witch represents feelings about others enjoying and intentionally making efforts to keep you unhappy. Feeling that someone is a expert at keeping you unhappy, failing, or turning people against you. Feeling cursed by bad luck or the victim of manipulation. Feelings about someone else's manipulative interference as being evil. A person in your life that you feel is obsessed with making sure you never like yourself. Feelings about a woman in your life being an "evil bitch."
To dream about being a witch may reflect your own attempts to intentionally try to manipulate others. Trying to turn others against each other. Working hard to make someone you don't like fail. Awareness of yourself being arrogant, deceptive, or manipulative to sabotage someone. Jealousy interfering with someone else's happiness. Awareness of yourself being a terrible "bitch."
Feelings about a dangerous, selfish, or heartless woman. Frustrations with your Mother or Mother In-Law. A cranky woman in your life. Children may dream of witches to reflect fear of the mother being angry or punishing them.
To dream of a male witch or warlock may reflect feelings about mean people who assertively follow you in life intentionally trying to keep you unhappy. Feeling you are being followed and sabotaged by by a petty male. A very assertive attempt to impose unhappiness on others. A very assertive attempt to make someone else feel cursed or manipulated with interference. Feeling that emptiness, injuries, or violent altercations will not stop being imposed on you. Someone in your life that is an expert at being an "asshole."
Example: A man dreamed of fighting a witch and pushing her off a cliff. In waking life he had to argue with a dentist who keep refusing to remove a painful tooth that had been bothering him for years.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of her mother-in-law dressed like a witch. In waking life she felt that her mother-in-law was always taking her husband's side and she felt ganged up on.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing witches cooking chocolate fondue. In waking life she discovered that her mother has been secretly lying to her about the purpose of a vacation she was taking. She felt that her mother was being secretive and selfish.
To dream of witchcraft represents negative or deceptive manipulation. You or someone else that is trying to destroy another's reputation. You may also be experiencing someone who wants to make everyone hate you or work against you. Rumors and lies. You may feel that someone is purposely out to get you or always trying to ruin you. Alternatively, you may feel that your sense of intuition is cursed and that bad luck can't be stopped.
To dream of practicing witchcraft may reflect your own attempt to punish someone by telling lies about them or by turning people against them. Making someone else feel like they can never be positive ever again.
To dream of a witness represents an aspect of yourself that has proof or is verifiable. Feelings about yourself or someone else being fully aware of something that happened. Negatively, dreaming about a witness may reflect feelings about being unable to deny your dishonesty or guilt. Difficulty escaping guilt. Difficulty ignoring or forgetting something negative that happened. Issues with traumatic events.
Alternatively, dreaming of a witness may represents feeling emotionally detached from an experience or situation. It could also reflect feelings about life passing you or being too passive.
To dream of a witness that won't speak about something they observed may reflect feelings about yourself or someone else not wanting to get involved in a problem. Fear of consequences for being honest. Frustration that people will not help you prove or verify something.
To dream of needing a witness to something you are involved in represents feelings of needing to be certain your actions are provable or verifiable. Issues with needing others approval or respect to believe in yourself. Fear about being careless or irresponsible. Fear or issues of not being believed. Issues with your integrity.
To dream of being a witness to murder may represent feelings of being aware of something negative that happened and doing nothing about it. Fear of being powerless or helpless to stop something terrible from happening. Guilt for allowing something bad to happen. Awareness of yourself allowing a major failure of some sort to occur.
To dream of a false or lying witness may reflect feelings about betrayal. Frustrations with needing to prove or verify yourself. Alternatively, it may reflect a fear of the truth.
To dream of a testifying witness may represent feelings of accountability for your actions.
To dream of a wizard represents impressive expertise and mastery of skills. Being able to easily exercise power. Being fully adept with a certain skill or having the ability to easily provide for yourself whenever needed. Intelligence that impressively always has the right answer. Skill that makes the appearance of mastery exceptionally easy. The skilled mastery to easily will your intentions into being.
Negatively, dreaming about a wizard may reflect abuse of expertise. It may also reflect feelings about being outmatched by an expert who is too impressively skilled to defeat. Struggling while success is impressively easy for enemies.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing the words "Ruler for a wizard given to you." In waking life he had just finished a foreign language course. The word wizard reflected his skill at being able to easily decipher any strange words that he saw. He could use his skills to learn on his own.
To dream of hearing a wolf whistle represents feelings of something impressive about you being out in the open or obvious to everyone you know. Feeling that someone is very impressed with you in front of other people. Shock or surprise that you are more impressive than you thought. Feelings about a public display of approval that you are more impressive than other people. A situation in waking life that make you feel good that you are not a loser.
Negatively, hearing a wolf whistle may reflect a naive belief that you deserve to be impressed with yourself. Feeling that it's just obvious that you are better than other people. Feeling that someone is not respecting you while they are impressed by you. Inappropriate compliments. Feeling uncomfortable that someone you aren't attracted to is attracted to you. Feeling good not being a loser while believing that someone else is. Feeling good showing off that you are perfect winner.
To dream of whistling a wolf whistle represents feelings about showing someone you are impressed by them by through inappropriate means or arrogant gestures. Expressing how impressed you are by someone by showing off. A very public manner to show someone you are think they are a winner.
Example: A woman dreamed of hearing a wolf whistle. In waking life she wanted God to take revenge on her husband for cheating on her. She even threatened her husband with God's revenge. Eventually something bad happened to her husband and she believed that because of her very persistent good behavior and praying that God had showed her a sign that he was impressed with her. The wolf whistle in this case may have reflected her naive eagerness to believe that anything bad happening to her cheating husband was a signal of how impressed God was with her. She felt God was publicly showing off proving how better he felt she was compared to her husband when the bad luck struck her husband.
To dream of a wolf represents an aspect of your personality that is "on their own." It may reflect an area of your life where you feel alone or like you have to do something all by yourself.
Negatively, a wolf represents issues that threaten you, make you feel vulnerable, or make you feel dangerously alone. Fearing that a problem will not go away.
A white wolf in a dream usually symbolizes an area of your life where you are a loner or on your own. A situation that nobody else understands or that you have to do all by yourself.
A black wolf in a dream usually symbolizes a threat or sense of vulnerability. You may feel like nobody can help you or unable to get answers you need. Negatively, it may reflect a fear of being taken from or your own wish to take whatever you want from others whenever you want.
To dream of a pack of wolves represents feelings of being isolated, cornered, and vulnerable to being taken from. Having to protect yourself from numerous angles. Alternatively, a pack of wolves may reflect group behavior that is of a organized mob mentality. Positively, a pack of wolves may reflect feelings of brotherhood or sticking up for friends.
People with serious physical injuries or medical issues that won't go away often dream of wolves attacking them.
Example: A once man dreamed that wolves were eating his leg. In real life a medication he required was paralyzing his leg and doctors had no idea how to stop it.
Example 2: A gay man dreamed of a white wolf walking up to him and hugging him. In waking life he was coming to terms with accepting his homosexuality and the feelings of being isolated that it gave him. He was becoming comfortable with being gay "on his own."
Women in dreams represent feminine personality traits that are passive, sympathetic, receptive, sensitive, nurturing, intuitive, creative, or giving.
Negatively, women may represent aspects of yourself that get screwed over, used, or lose. Passive behavior or jealousy. Desire for things you don't believe you can have. Feelings about something you like being too good for you. Feeling weaker than others.
Alternatively, woman in dreams may also reflect your perceptions of women in waking life. How respectable or desperate they are.
To see unknown women in a dream represents feminine aspects of yourself not experienced before. Positively, it may reflect feeling supported, being in control of something, or a desirable experience you've never had before. Negatively, it may reflect subornation in a new situation.
To dream of an old women may reflect experience involved with supporting others or being screwed over. It may also reflect intelligent or intuitive feelings that override poorer judgement. Intuitive decisions based on experience.
If you are very attracted to a woman in your dream this may represent a desire to have something occur or to have a pleasurable type of experience. It may also reflect your feelings about how nice something is to feel in your life. Sexual urges.
To dream of having sex with a woman in a dream may reflect feelings about enjoyable waking life situations. Consider the feelings or qualities that stand out most about the woman and see how they may apply to your current life.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing evil women who were sexually attractive in an irresistible way. In waking life he was forced to be abstinent during a spiritual test and found fighting his sexual urges for long periods of time very difficult.
Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing a fat woman. In waking life he was feeling like a loser because he had lost a fight and felt weak afterwards.
To dream of a wombat represents an aspect of your personality that doesn't like to show off. You may be surprised that someone interesting isn't concerned with getting more attention. A resistance to doing anything more than is necessary.
Alternatively, a wombat may reflect you or someone else that is shy. Feelings about someone being a little more boring than you'd like them to be.
To dream of something made of wood represents your belief that a situation is "good enough" or that satisfies current needs. It may also reflect your view of something that is of "makeshift" quality.
Negatively, something made of wood may represent feeling that something will not last forever.
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To dream of a woodpecker represents diligence, applying yourself, or trying your hardest. Giving something your best shot.
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To dream of seeing a word in a dream may represents feelings about how specific or obvious a situations feels. A situation where you feel that someone else cares about only one thing. Situations where one issue stands out as most important. Goals or behavior that feel all-important. Feeling that it's impossible to avoid paying attention to something. An issue in your life that is too powerful or serious to ignore.
Negatively, a word in a dream may reflect feelings about obsessions or fears of how serious an issue is. Feeling that someone or something is being ignorantly rigid or uncooperative. Fearing overcoming things that are impossible to overcome. Allowing others to label you or designate you as permanently guilty. Fearing forever. Obsessions with goals that are impossible. Feeling forced to perfectly listen or adhere to someone else's wishes against your own wishes.
Consider the sounds of the word, how complicated or simple it's use normally is, or how common the word is for possible additional meaning.
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To dream of the workplace represents feelings about how important it is to be serious or deeply involved in a situation. Feeling deeply involved in family or friend's lives i order to help them because you feel that it's "your job" to do so.
Negatively, it may reflect feelings that nothing is special about yourself while you are helping other people. It could also reflect a dangerous or too serious attitude about recreation. Bad habits such as drinking, drugs, or sex as though it's a full time venture.
Alternatively, dreaming about your workplace may reflect anxiety issues or frustrations with with your current job.
Example: An older woman dreamed of being apprehensive in her former workplace at a law firm. In waking life she was trying to help her grandchild as one of the last important things to do in her life and having trouble letting go.
Example 2: A man dreamed of having a bad day at work. In waking life he was having anxiety at his bank job about the branch he worked at cutting jobs.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of being at her workplace. In waking life she was having to spend a lot of time talking to a colleague about their problems. The workplace symbolism may have reflected her feelings about the long effort required to talk to her friend being a necessary responsibility.
Example 4: A woman dreamed of being at her former workplace. In waking life she had chosen to take a job working at home and missed her friends at work.
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To dream of a worm represents weakness, degradation, filth and general negativity. Feelings about something that is spoiled or ruined. You may have a very low opinion of yourself or of someone in your life.
Alternatively, dreaming about a worm may reflect a person who is untrustworthy or slick.
Example: A woman dreamed of shellfish with a worm in it. In waking life she discovered that she had caught hepatitis from eating contaminated shellfish.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of incandescent "wiggly worms" crawling on her eyelids. In waking life she developed retinitis (inflammed retina) a few days later.
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To dream of a wound represents harm that you feel has been done through conflict or crisis. Emotional wounds. Lasting effects or consequences you're feeling from a bad situation or relationship. It may also reflect emotional harm through anger or fighting. Guilt, grief, regret, or anger. You may need to take time to heal.
Consider the location, size and type of wound for additional meaning.
Dreams of wounding are quite common prior to the onset of illnesses or troubling physical conditions. Research has shown that dreams of wounds are often a strong predictor of an impending illness. For example, people who dream of chest wounds often have heart attacks. If the relationships in your life are relatively stable and peaceful when a dream of being wounded occurs it may be a good idea to consider getting a medical checkup for internal problems in the area of the dream wound.
Example: A man dreamed of an old wound being opened up. In waking life he got into a huge fight with his girlfriend over an old problem and broke up with her.
Example 2: A man dreamed of fighting a war and getting wounded in his stomach. In waking life he was't feeling good and when he went to the doctor he discovered he had appendicitis.
Example 3: A man dreamed of being wounded in the forehead. In waking life he got into a huge fight at work that left him feeling that he could never trust someone again.
Example 4: A woman dreamed of being attacked and wounded by a shark. In waking life she felt abandoned by her boyfriend during a crises and was left with lingering resentment and distrust.
To dream of a wreath represents feelings about situations where you feel it is important to honor or respect the moment. Respecting the continuity of a situation or person's memory. Wanting to completely respect or honor someone as best as you can. An attitude about continuous celebrating or enjoying an ongoing festive situation.
Negatively, a wreath may be a sign that you are too concerned with keeping a rare sensitive situation going or continuing discussing a dead loved one when other people are becoming tired of it. Feeling nervous that anything is wrong at all with something you think is important to respect. Perfect respect or honor that is overboard.
To dream of a wreath of flowers worn on the head may reflect feelings about someone having been perfect and that they were always perfect. Total honor and respect. Negatively, it may be a sign that you are too afraid to forgive yourself or let go of someone.
To dream of an artificial wreath may reflect feelings about faking honor, celebrating, or a festive attitude. A "just for show" attitude about respecting or enjoying a festive moment.
Example: A man dreamed of see his recently murdered friend wearing a wreath of flowers. In waking life he felt it was important to keep honoring his dead friend's life.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing her deceased friend with a wreath in her hair. In waking life her friend had been murdered years earlier and she was finally coming to terms with the death. The wreath in the hair may have reflected her feelings of needing to respect and honor her friends memory as she experienced delayed mourning and had conversations with her priest about her friend.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing an artificial wreath. In waking life she was faking getting pregnant with her husband while taking emergency contraceptives after sex. The artificial wreath is this case may have reflected her faked festive feelings about enjoying having unprotected sex with her husband on an ongoing basis while taking to people about trying to have a family.
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To dream of a wrecking ball represents feelings of intentional destruction or breakage in some area of your life. Severely damaging actions to others that was planned. Intending to take someone down hard. Feelings about a dangerous or devastating change. Intentionally "knocking down" someone too arrogant to put up with anymore. Planning to intentionally hurt someone with your worst shot. Destroying your enemies "like a wrecking ball" with a swift coordinated action. Situations where you care about doing as much damage as you can.
Alternatively, dreaming about a wrecking ball may reflect feelings of shock or surprise about how destructive an action taken was. A fear of a big problem coming back in full force. Not enjoying yourself having to hurt someone or completely ruin someone with a single powerful embarrassing act.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing a wrecking ball coming towards him. In waking life he was experiencing an unexpected and powerful worsening on his health problems. His mood and confidence were "hit like a wrecking ball."
To dream of a wrench represents your wish to appropriately apply or relieve pressure on a situation or relationship. Fixing a situation by adjusting demands or requirements. Tightening with wrench may reflect stricter rules or increased pressure. Loosening with a wrench represents a reduction in restrictions or demands.
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To dream of wrinkled skin represents feelings about being aware of yourself or others having a higher degree of experience. Feelings about yourself or someone else being noticeably wiser. Awareness of yourself or others lacking interest in beautiful or fun experiences. Pleasant feelings being more intelligent than other people. Objectivity free from desire. Wisdom derived from former experiences of tough love, failure, or, hardship. Feelings about yourself or others being too old, experienced, or serious to be involved in childish behavior.
Negatively, wrinkled skin can reflect feelings of bitterness at others having more fun or attractive than you are. Annoyance with how experienced you've become with someone else's disrespectful behavior towards you. Awareness of yourself becoming more aware of someone else's selfishness being obvious and boring to put up with anymore. Feelings about the immorality of a very experienced person or parents that rob their children of happiness. Selfishness derived from former experiences of tough love, failure, or, hardship. Feelings about yourself becoming too old, boring, or less attractive. "Losing your luster" in some manner.
To see your own skin become slowly more wrinkled may reflect your feelings about yourself become more experienced, serious, wiser, or less childish. Watching yourself become bored with others stupidity. Awareness of yourself becoming less interesting to other people.
To dream of a wrinkled forehead represents feelings about superior judgement based on experience. Awareness of yourself or others who are very good listeners.
To dream of a wrinkled hand represents feelings about yourself or someone else being noticeably more experienced than others in their capabilities. Bitterness about never having been able to do things in your past. Awareness of yourself or others that are experienced enough to avoid making mistakes. Negatively, a wrinkled hand may reflect jealousy of older age or lost former glory having robbed you of enjoyment which pushes you to prevent others from doing things they like. An experienced mindset that is intentional about exploiting capabilities that are dishonest to others. Feeling that someone is too old to be be behaving in the manner that they are. Frustrations with overbearing parents.
To dream of wrinkled clothing represents feelings about your personality being perceived by others as lazy, unprofessional, or slobbish. Feeling that you look stupid not being prepared enough. Feeling stupid for not having behaved as perfectly as you could have. Feeling that people may judge your personality as lazy, careless, or irresponsible.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing a beautiful girl giving him oral sex and then watching the girl's face slowly become old and wrinkled. In waking life he became very rich and started dating the most beautiful girl he knew from his teenage years. Slowly the beautiful girl became more selfish about using him for his money until he grew bored and annoyed with her. The wrinkles in the dream may have reflected the man's feelings about growing more experienced and bored with witnessing his girlfriend become selfish about using him for his money.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing her boyfriend much older than in real life with wrinkles on his face. In waking life she was starting to feel wiser about what kind of friends she didn't need in her life anymore. The wrinkles may have reflected her feelings about herself being more experienced than she used to be when it came to knowing what a good friend was and what a bad friend was.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing her mother's wrinkled hand snatching a rat from a window ledge. In waking life she felt that her mother was acting too selfish and materialistic for her age. Her mother was quite wealthy and didn't want to give her money and property that was promised. The mother instead choose to act like a ridiculously jealous old person who would prefer to use her wealth to control the dreamer. The dreamer tried to orchestrate a believable lie to force the mother to pay the dreamer the promised money and instead the mother choose to be petty and address the fabricated story to avoid paying the money. The wrinkled hand in the dream may have reflected the dreamer's feelings and frustrations with the mother being too old to behave in the manner that she was.
To dream of writing may reflect feelings about what you or someone else is honestly thinking being noticed in waking life through actions. Noticing total honesty about someone's true thoughts by their actions. A final expression of what one is thinking through their actions. Realizing the truth.
Negatively, dreaming of seeing writing may reflect unpleasant feelings about seeing people you know express their true selfish thinking through their actions. Realizing that people aren't really your friends or have no respect for you. Jealousy that people are not who you originally thought they were. Sensitivity about people not doing what they said they were going to do. Feeling that broken promises or the end of a relationship is imminent.
To dream of writing on a bedroom wall may represent private feelings about true intentions that have been revealed by actions taken by yourself or others. Secretly feeling embarrassed or afraid to confront someone else's dishonest actions. Secret feelings about people proving they are not really your friend because their actions do not match their words.
Example: A young man dreamed of seeing writing on notes stuck to a wall. In waking life he was slowly beginning to realize that a new friend he had didn't really respect him at all when the friend began to say and do things that were completely obvious in revealing his bad intentions.
To dream of doing something the wrong way represents feelings of being unable to properly address a problem. A lack of confidence about something you are doing in waking life. Waking life situations where you feel stupid or incompetent. Issues with asking for help. Heightened sensitivity about noticing that you are not winning or that something is not as easy as you thought it would be. Underestimating the need for practice.
Alternatively, doing something wrong in a dream may reflect feelings about being unable to please or impress people. Experiencing unusual waking life situations where people don't like you.
To dream of being wrong in an argument represents feelings of embarrassment or surprise that your weren't listening enough. Embarrassment that you need more practice in some area of your life. A stubborn or closed minded attitude that may be getting in the way of problem solving.
To dream of admitting that you are wrong represents feelings about being open to others ideas. Making an effort to listen to other people.
To dream of constantly doing things wrong represents feelings of frustration with having to be perfect all the time. You may feel that a subject is too sensitive to bring up with people or that other person's needs are too sensitive. Feeling that it's impossible to please people or too difficult to keep up appearances anymore.
Example: A women had recurring dreams of always doing one small thing wrong such as forgetting to push a button, put on her seat beat, or not cross over a line. In waking life she was suffering inside a sexless marriage with a husband who had "Madonna-whore" complex. She couldn't stand avoiding talking about sex with her husband anymore.
Example 2: A man had a recurring dream of always wearing the wrong costume in the wrong act at the Opera theater where he worked. In waking life he had these dreams at moments where he was least confident about his roles in the Opera.
Example 3: A man dreamed that he purposely told a forbidden joke wrong so it didn't make sense anymore just to be safe. In waking life he was living in Nazi Germany while they had tight restrictions on freedom and the population feared being reported to the government. The dream may have reflected his heightened sensitivity about exposing his true beliefs being taken out of context.
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