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To dream of a coyote represents feelings about behavior that is cunning and adaptable about surviving without wanting to say what it's up to. Cunning adaptability, opportunism, and a hidden agenda. Resourcefulness and ability to adapt to different circumstances with agility and intelligence that isn't talking about it. You or someone else who is taking an opportunistic approach to a situation in your life.

Positively, dreaming about a coyote may represent successfully navigating and adapting through the complexities of a situation using your wit and resourcefulness to get around a problem while not talking about yourself too much. You might be skillfully avoiding or mitigating problems, potentially taking a non-traditional or unconventional approach to achieving your goals while surviving is more important than what people think about you. Emotional protection that doesn't care about what anyone else thinks of you deserving to survive. Taking things without asking to survive. A willingness to lower standards to survive at all costs. A willingness to put your own needs first to survive while being aware of how much people don't trust you.

Negatively, seeing a coyote in your dream may represent deceit, trickery, or manipulation either by you or directed toward you. You could be wary of someone in your waking life who seems untrustworthy about a sleazy truth being revealed. Alternatively, the coyote could symbolize aspects of yourself that you view as deceitful or unreliable. This might be a wake-up call to assess the actions and intentions of people you are beginning to lose trust in. Behavior that doesn't say what it's up to because it's planning to steal. Feelings about "scumbags" who will take anything they can get. Behavior that is quiet about taking things without asking.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing baby coyotes grow into adults. In waking life, she overheard a woman saying that wished her boyfriend would dump his kid so she could have him all to herself. In this case, the coyotes may have reflected the woman's perception of the other woman's cunning and self-serving intentions. The transformation of baby coyotes into adults could symbolize her realization that what initially seemed like a minor or naive wish was actually a calculated and adaptable strategy to monopolize her boyfriend's attention. The dream captures the essence of cunning adaptability, opportunism, and a hidden agenda.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of staring at a coyote. In waking life, she witnessed a vicious argument on the Internet where one person said things that she thought were extremely cruel and ignorant. This person never returned to the message board where the argument took place after making her final comments. In this case, the coyote may have reflected the woman's feelings about the cunning adaptability, opportunism, and hidden agenda of the person making the cruel ignorant comments and how they may be planning to get the victim back with violence without saying they were.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing coyotes playfully walking around her. In waking life, she suspected that her husband was enjoying cheating on her and feeling good getting away with it. In this case, the coyotes may have reflected the cunning adaptability, opportunism, and hidden agenda that she believes her husband possesses, as he seems to be navigating the marital betrayal with a certain level of enjoyment and ease.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing coyotes. In waking life, she felt that her boss liked to lie to her face and get away with it. In this case, the coyotes may have reflected her perception of her boss's cunning, deceptive, and opportunistic behavior. She may believe that her boss is not only lying but also feels confident and smug about not getting caught or held accountable. The dream captures the essence of cunning adaptability, opportunism, and a hidden agenda that she feels her boss maintains, successfully maneuvering through professional relationships without revealing his true intentions or facing consequences.


To dream of performing CPR represents an urgent or last ditch attempt to resolve something. Eagerness to not lose something. A friendship, job, or situation may be close to failing and you are doing what you can to keep it going. Desperation to revive something in your life. Taking urgent action or listening to everything thing you are told in order to restore stability to a situation.

Positively, dreaming about performing CPR may reflect experience with crisis or urgent situations. Feelings about yourself or someone else being adept at mitigating loss. Last minute attempts to preserve your will power while struggling with addictions.

Negatively, CPR in a dream reflect waking life situations where you there is a risk of panicking. Panicking about inevitable losses. Alternatively, it may reflect taking risks or making unusual efforts to keep a problem alive. Desperation to never let go of something negative or dangerous. Allowing your concern for other people's problems to distract you. If a relationship has failed in waking life you may have tried apologizing, telling the truth, or a bribe in a final attempt to restore the relationship.

To dream of giving CPR to a dog may reflect your fear of losing something that gives you a lot of confidence. Desperation to keep others believing in themselves.

To dream of not wanting to perform CPR on someone may reflect feelings about a waking life choice where you are choosing someone else's failure. Feeling that person deserves to fail or that something you don't like deserves to lost. Alternatively, it may reflect a concerns about being noticed by others caring about something that socially unacceptable or embarrassing. A fear or discomfort of being supportive of something.

To dream of CPR training represents learning to mitigate loss. Negatively, it may be a sign that you are worry to much about dangerous possibilities.

To dream of giving yourself CPR represents the need for self-rescue or the willingness to take extraordinary measures to save yourself from a negative situation. A situation in waking life where you are relying on yourself to solve a crisis or urgent matter because you don't believe anyone else can help you. Self-reliance or self-motivation in difficult situations. It may reflect a desire to revive or energize yourself in the face of a challenging problem or obstacle. Terrifying yourself that you don't count in a situation and trying to fix it. Feeling that you were perceived as an uncaring person by others and making a last minute attempt to correct it. Alternatively, it may indicate a need to take control of your own health or well-being, both physically and emotionally.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing his grandfather collapsing and then having to perform CPR. In waking life the man was struggling to keep his will power strong while trying to quit smoking. He was having a hard time resisting his cravings and desperately trying to stop himself from giving up trying to quit. In this case the CPR may have reflected his last-ditch effort to restore his willpower and resist giving in to his addiction. It may also represent the urgency he feels to revive his resolve to quit smoking.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of performing CPR on someone else's baby. In waking life she was having an assortment of problems and felt it was more urgent to deal with someone else's problem to her own detriment. In this case the CPR may have reflected her desperate efforts to help others even at the expense of her own well-being.


To dream of a crab represents am irritable or pessimistic attitude. A "crabby" personality. You or someone else that is in bad mood or talking down about everything. Feelings about yourself or someone else being a choosing to never respect anything positive or uplifting. An attitude that ruins other people's good mood. Feeling that someone is makes you jealous that you can't enjoy yourself with a positive attitude.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing a crab in her hair. In waking life she was trying to emotionally deal with multiple deaths in her family with a positive attitude and one family member kept annoying her with a pessimistic attitude.

Example 2: A little girl dreamed of a crab. In waking life she didn't like someone being pessimistic to her and embarrassing her that she is little for a mistake.


To dream of a crack represents a flaw or imperfection in some area of your life. Once stable beliefs or relationships are beginning reveal problems. Cracks may also reflect situations that were perceived to be safe or balanced and are now unable to maintain composure or "keep it together."

Cracking in a dream may also represent you or someone else that is "cracking under pressure."

Alternatively, a crack in a dream may symbolize a possibility or weak spot in a problem you have. It may also point to a weakness in your defense.

Crack Cocaine

To dream of crack cocaine represents feelings of dependency and distress that is all-consuming. Dependency that brings self-destruction. A dependency on something that brings temporary pleasure but ultimately leads to the destruction of oneself. Dangerous allure to a dependency that first makes you believe nothing you do can be a problem. A dangerous attraction or bad habit that one continues to indulge in despite knowing the negative consequences it may bring. Feelings about yourself or someone being pathetic about having difficulty getting over something. Lust, attraction, or bad habits that you destroy yourself with to keep feeling good. An addiction to pleasure that ultimately makes one feel like a loser. Desperation, failure, or inadequacy over one's inability to overcome an addiction or move past a troubling issue. A dependency on something that feels horrible having to give up because you feel you have nothing better to do. Having a really hard time getting over someone you you have romantic interest in. Feelings of awareness of your self-destructive habit that doesn't bother you.

To dream of a crack house may represent a perspective on a situation that feels overwhelming with hopelessness, dependency, and distress. Hopeless addiction to needing to feel something destroys you. An awareness of engaging in or witnessing behaviors that could lead to serious addiction or self-destructive outcomes. Feeling that you are surrounded by people who can't overcome their need for dependency even if it ruins them or humiliates them. Feeling trapped in a cycle of harmful habits or destructive environments, where the pursuit of fleeting pleasure leads to long-term damage. A situation that feels that you have nothing better to do than to give in to your self-destructive habit. Situations where giving up all you power to an addictive pleasure is dangerously easy. A choice to accept yourself being permanently addicted to something that makes you feel like a loser. Witnessing yourself not feeling safe with feeling overwhelming by a self-destructive habit. Feelings about other people seeing you as someone that has a self-destructive habit that doesn't bother you.

Crack cocaine in dreams commonly reflect addiction to pornography or sex that destroys your interest to having a healthy relationship. Allowing your sex addiction to destroy other areas of your life. Choosing to masturbate watching pornography before ever wanting a relationship.

Example: A man dreamed of police raiding a crack house. In waking life, he was trying his hardest to get over a ex-girlfriend that he felt was too beautiful to let go of. In this case, his inner struggle to detach himself from the addictive allure of his ex-girlfriend.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being in a crack house. In waking life, he was taking a lot of cancer drugs that she felt totally dependent on while feeling that other medical symptoms were ruining her life. In this case, her feelings of dependency on her cancer medications, and the distressing and all-consuming nature of her illness. Additionally, the dream might reflect her fears about her health deteriorating or her concerns about becoming too reliant on her medication.

Crack House

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To dream of crackers represents situations where you feel the need to be polite. A mindset that is cordial or friendly in a temporary setting. Making others feel welcome or respected as required. Feeling good thinking that a situation you are experiencing is just temporary. Waiting for something better to happen. A social experience with no pressure. Social interaction that is bland, yet friendly.

Negatively, dreaming of crackers may reflect an excessive willingness to be patient or nice with someone who isn't being nice to you. Wasting your time thinking a lover who has left you will come back. Wasting your time thinking that being respectful, friendly, or patient will help you solve a problem.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing her boyfriend feed crackers to tigers. In waking life her boyfriend was speaking to employers about a very unique job opportunity, but he wasn't eager to take the job. He was just politely discussing the job opportunity with the employers in a no pressure social setting. The crackers in this case may have reflected her feelings about her boyfriend politely humoring the potential job opportunity.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of throwing crackers onto the ocean and seeing birds eat the crackers. In waking life she was desperately hoping her ex-boyfriend would return home to her after he broke up with her. She hoped that if she was patient and didn't date anyone else he would return. He never did.


To dream of a cradle represents a need for nurturing, caring, and protection. It may represent a desire for security and comfort, or a longing for a return to a state of innocence and dependence. The dream may also be symbolic of the birth of a new idea, project, or aspect of the self that requires nurturing and support to grow and develop.
Additionally, the cradle may represent motherhood, family, or childhood memories. Concerns about how to take care of your child.

To dream of cradling someone in your arms represents a desire to comfort and care for someone it during a difficult time. It may also reflect a desire to comfort and care for yourself during a difficult time. It may also reflect a need for self-nurturing. Nurturing , caring, and protecting an aspect of yourself that you don't want to give up on. The dream may also indicate a desire for emotional connection and bonding with another person.

Example: A man dreamed of yelling at his wife for committing adultery and then cradling her in his arms. In waking life he was experiencing marital problems and was living separated from his wife. He loved his wife, but felt discouraged by heer cheating on him. In this case the cradling of the wife's body may have reflected his underlying desire to forgive his wife and keep nurturing the idea of reconciliation despite the hurt and betrayal he felt. The cradling symbolizes a sense of protection and nurturing, suggesting that even though he was angry and hurt, he still had feelings of love and tenderness for his wife and wanted to be keep the thought of love alive with her. The dream may have also indicated his willingness to work through the marital problems and to rebuild the relationship with his wife.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of her newborn daughter not wanting to go to sleep in her cradle until 5am. In waking life she gave birth to a girl 4 weeks earlier. In this case the cradle may have reflected her sense of responsibility and protectiveness towards her newborn daughter. The cradle may also symbolize the transition to motherhood and the nurturing aspect of her personality.

Example 3: A young woman dreamed of having a cradle ready and was frustrated it was setup for a boy and not a girl. In waking life she was trying to have a baby with her husband. In this case the cradle may have reflected her desire to prepare and be ready for motherhood, but feeling uncertain about the details or specifics of what's to come.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing her daughter in a cradle. In waking life she had no children and was worried about how difficult it would be to have children if she went to medical school. In this case the daughter in the cradle may have reflected her desire to nurture and care for a child, even though she was facing uncertainty about the future and the potential challenges of balancing a career in medicine with motherhood. The cradle in the dream may symbolize her hopes and aspirations for a future where she can provide a loving and secure environment for a child.

Example 5: A young woman dreamed of cradling her dog in her arms. In waking life her dog need to get treatment at the vet for heartworms which caused the dog to experience loss of appetite and weightloss. In this case the cradling of the dog may have reflected her love and concern for her dog, as well as a desire to comfort and care for it during a difficult time.


To dream of feeling cramped in a small room represents feelings of lacking choices or having mental room to be yourself. You may also be using a coping strategy in a situation that you are trying to fit into that is not working. Poor circumstances that feel intolerable. Feeling limited.

To dream of having cramps in your body represents significant feelings of discomfort that doesn't allow you to do what you really want. Unpleasant feelings about having to wait for a problem to pass before you can make progress. Feeling frustrated by the consequences of being overworked or doing something too much. Feeling that someone is "cramping your style."

Consider the body part that is cramping for additional meaning.


To dream of cranberries represents enjoyment of a situation being difficult. Negatively, cranberry in a dream may reflect a wish to hide or avoid a situation by using a conveniently available problems. Enjoying avoiding something you don't like using hard work or a serious situation as an excuse.

Cranberry Juice

To dream of cranberry juice represents pleasant feelings about enjoying a difficult experience easily or "all at once." Feeling that good noticing a difficult experience being too easy.

Cranberry Sauce

To dream of cranberry sauce represents feeling good experiencing something difficult that is being done for you.

Example: A man dreamed of eating cranberry sauce. In waking life he had solved a difficult work problem that was going to take months to slowly clear up. The cranberry sauce may have reflected his enjoyment of experiencing the difficulty.


To dream of a crane represents elegance, gracefulness, or gestures of good will. A crane may also symbolize behavior that is "intelligently wonderful", caring, patient, or peaceful.

Crank Call

To dream of receiving a crank call represents frustrations with not being taken seriously. You may feel that someone has embarrassed you or stood you up.

To dream of making a crank call represents your attempt to embarrass someone in waking life. You may be organizing payback or getting other people involved to embarrass someone. Making plans with someone and standing them up.


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Crash Test Dummy

To dream of a crash test dummy represents an aspect of yourself that fails or takes a fall for someone else. You or someone else that expendable. You or someone else that can be used without any regard. Doing all the hard or dangerous work for someone else with nothing in return.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a crash test dummy. In waking life he was using a competitors business model with plans to put him out of business after he finished building it.


To dream of a crater represents lingering reminder of something bad that happened. Danger or disaster from your past that is impossible to forget. It may also reflect the impact of a relationship or conflict that has never been recovered from.

Positively, a crater may reflect a standing reminder of a big impact you made in your career, community, or someone else's life.


To dream of crawfish represents tenacity or determination. A very persistent serious woman or child. Feeling that someone is clearly angry, but not physically dangerous. A persistent attempt to demand something. Feeling angry or annoyed that you need to respect your right to own something. You or someone else that has no respect for anyone else until you have been respected first. Family feuding over sharing or property.

Negatively, a crawfish may reflect a determined attitude to achieve a goal that is annoying or off-putting to others. Feeling like a jerk if you ask or demand for something too much. Feeling annoyed by needing to defend your right to deserve something.

Crawfish may also share the same symbolism as lobsters, but with a slightly more passive or less dangerous feeling.

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To dream of a crawling represents goals that are challenging your ability to complete them. Being forced to take your time or be careful about every single detail of a problem. It may also reflect a situation that is subjecting you to agonizing amounts of patience or "red tape."

Alternatively, crawling represents feelings of lowering yourself, subordination, or not being able to perform at your best.

Example: A man dreamed of crawling along a dirty floor in an attempt to escape to freedom. In waking life he had a terminal illness that was close to death. The crawling reflected his struggle to get through the final moments of his life.


To dream of crayons represents issues that you want no responsibility or obligations with. A desire to be carefree. You may want the freedom to do as you please, make mistakes, or experiment without consequences. Crayons may also reflect a lack of concern for what other people think.

Positively, crayons symbolize a carefree attitude, open-mindedness, or being imaginative. Negatively, crayons may represent a lack of seriousness, commitment, or sloppiness.


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Cream Cheese

To dream of cream cheese represents feelings about enjoying accepting yourself the way you are. Feeling good being better than other people like it's easy. Enjoying not having to change. Feeling good having avoided an unpleasant change. Enjoying situations where you never have to do what you are told by others. Enjoying an area of your life running smoothly. Feeling of permanent stable success.

Example: A man dreamed of getting fat eating cream cheese bagels. In waking life he was running a very successful home business that allowed him to stay home and be rich, but he did this to the point of having nothing else happening in his life.


To dream of creatine supplements represents feelings about having an advantage to noticeably help yourself increase your power. Certainty about choices or advantages that will make you stronger or less likely to be ignored. Strength that you feel is easily attained if you make use of a certain advantage. A wiser attitude about how to make yourself stronger in some way. Awareness of your enemies weakening if you keep trying something. Awareness of something that helps you become stronger.

Negatively, creatine in a dream may be a sign that you are too concerned with showing off to proving yourself to others that you could become noticeably stronger than them if you take advantage of a certain option. Scaring or threatening others that they may will watch you become easily stronger than them if you make a certain choice. Arrogant insights in how to make yourself stronger in some way. Insulting other people that you would take advantage of an immoral opportunity to make yourself stronger then them. Awareness of yourself talking to people about how to get stronger in a way that doesn't respect other people's feelings. Awareness of people that are blocking you in life easily getting weaker if you keep using an advantage you've discovered.

Example: A man dreamed of being in a cafeteria with creatine pills on the table. In waking life he was telling people about an idea he had to give himself a more powerful advantage over others when the people he was telling felt it was arrogant of him to think that way.


To dream of creativity represents waking life situations that foster freedom of choice at all times. Always being able to do what you want or change something at will. No restrictions.

Negatively, creativity may represent people in your life with too much power or freedom of choice. A lack of restriction that is repressive or controlling of others. A sign that you or someone else is arrogantly enjoying making choices without considering someone else's feelings ever. A sign that you need to speak up or that boundaries need to be made. Too much leeway may have been given.


To dream of strange creatures may represent fears or insecurities.

To dream of a faceless creature may reflect fears or insecurities that are ambiguous. Fear or insecurity about something you can't define or be totally sure of.

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Credit Cards

To dream of credit cards feelings of undisrupted power or ability to do whatever you want without needing permission or feeling restricted. An undisrupted ability to do whatever you want without asking, needing to save him, or feeling behind. Your ability to attain or experience what you want in life without disruption. Never being in trouble or looking stupid not affording to handle a situation because you can be trusted to pay a personal cost later. Smooth experiences with no disruptions to waste your time. Experiences without the disruption of personal cost or feeling being behind. The smooth professional operation or function of your life. Feelings of convenient access to resources or having experiences without problems. It reflects your level of ease having power, opportunity, or pleasure. Feeling that nothing stops you because you can be trusted to pay something back later. Confidence that comes with being successful and never experiencing being poor. Your ability to "make it up" to someone at a later time to enjoy the current moment.

Negatively, dreaming about a credit card represents feelings of carelessness or recklessness with resources or opportunities in order to keep them undisrupted. Overindulgence, living beyond your means, or accumulating debt with little thought to repayment. Overdoing experiencing undisrupted power or the ability to do whatever you want without permission or feeling restricted. A debt, obligation, or emotional deficit that you may be ignoring or downplaying. A lack of consideration for future consequences and a tendency to postpone dealing with issues, assuming that problems can always be solved later. It could also signify dependency on financial security and a fear of losing that security. Avoiding looking stupid in the short-term without thinking of long-term personal costs. Smooth function of your life as long as you do what someone else wants you to do, such as a woman keeping a richer husband happy. Short-term function, access, or pleasure that will have difficult long-term personal costs. Getting something you want without any idea of how to pay for them.

Alternatively, dreaming about credit cards may represent your feelings about money and the satisfaction, pleasure, and security it can bring. Uncertainty about money. Feelings about your ease of making money. Feelings about not needing to worry about money because you have a job or business you rely on to ensure you never do. People who lose jobs or businesses may dream of losing their credit cards. Confidence that you don't have to worry about needing money. A sense of financial security and the ease of making purchases without worrying about payment or debt.

To dream of credit card debt represents feelings of obligation, burden, or an imbalance in your life. A situation where you feel you have overextended yourself, made too many compromises, or given too much of yourself to others. Recklessly enjoying yourself while ignoring personal costs. A disregard for consequences and a lack of responsibility. Feeling trapped by seemingly insurmountable personal costs due to a need for acceptance or maintaining appearances. Positively dreaming of credit card debt represents responsibly carrying a burden to help someone else. Maintaining stability knowing it will have personal costs later. Accepting long-term personal costs for investing in yourself in the present. Anxiety about money problems or getting out of debt.

Alternatively, credit card debt may represent a sense of being overwhelmed by your financial responsibilities, or a fear of facing the consequences of overspending. It could suggest that you are feeling strained or burdened by the weight of your financial obligations and are uncertain about how to fulfill them. The dream may serve as a warning to reassess your spending habits, take control of your finances, or address any financial worries that have been causing you stress."

To dream of evil people with a credit card may reflect feelings about being unable to control short-term enjoyment with lingering personal costs. Spending addiction. Feeling unable to stop someone else from spending your money. Feeling trapped in debt and that you can't do anything about it. Feelings about enemies or competition that doesn't have to waste time because they have easier access to money or resources than you do. Feelings about your own inability to control yourself with resources or opportunities without considering the long-term consequences. Fear or anxiety about your own lack of self-control, especially in regards to finances or personal indulgences. The dream could be a reminder that you need to exert more self-control.

To dream of losing your credit card represents feeling unable to do what you want without restriction, or experiencing barriers to your current lifestyle. Feeling hampered by disruptions. Feelings about money or business problems holding you back. Feeling cut off from a successful life. Uncertainty about your financial future and stress about financial difficulties. Feeling unable to overlook a problem or difficult situation because they are is serious. Feeling unable to "make it up" to someone at a later time to enjoy the current moment. A fear of financial instability or losing the ability to easily navigate through life's challenges financially. A fear of debt, loss of financial security, or loss of autonomy. Positively, dreaming about losing your credit card may represent a conscious decision to limit your spending, reduce your debt, or simplify your lifestyle.

Example: A man dreamed of having to give up his credit card. In waking life, he was experiencing financial difficulties that necessitated more cautious spending. In this case, the credit card may have reflected his confidence in making uninterrupted purchases, with the assumption that his future income would always suffice to settle his debts. Surrendering the credit card signifies a real-life need to curb his spending and live within his means, as his future paychecks were insufficient to cover larger purchases.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of someone handing back her wallet, but keeping her credit card. In waking life, she was living in an unstable marriage and felt unable to overlook a fight with her husband because the fight was too serious. In this case, the credit card being kept from her may have reflected her feelings about losing her confidence in being able to do whatever she wanted without asking her husband due to the ongoing conflict with him.


To dream of a creek represents uncertainty or a negative situation that you are noticing, but don't feel any urgency with. Seeing your problem, but not feeling threatened by it. Issues you can take your time with.


To dream of something being creepy represents feelings about behavior or situations being unnervingly strange. Feeling "irked" by something. Fear or anxiety about something weird, suspicious, misunderstood, or odd. Fear of something you are not used to or have never experienced before. Fear of strange behavior you can't explain. Disliking seeing people who are normal or good suddenly changing with bad habits. Something in your life that "comes across as quite weird." Feeling scared that a situation could get very dangerous when it hasn't yet. Fear of the potential for violence, losses, dangerous neglect, or abandonment. Annoyance by jealousy of someone you've never met.

Alternatively, dreaming about something creepy could reflect feelings about qualities in yourself that are loathsome. Self-judgement about things that disgust you or make you think other people don't accept you. Feelings about other people lying about you in ways that are deemed pathetic.

To dream of people thinking you are creepy may represents feelings of not caring that other people think you are odd or strange. Issues with being accepted. Not caring that others think you are odd. Feeling totally misunderstood.

Example: A woman dreamed of a creepy invisible demon. In waking life he was worried about new unusual bad habits she witnessed her son having.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being in a creepy prison. In waking life she was experiencing unnervingly strange behavior from her boss.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of running away from someone and then feeling creeped out by it. In waking life she left her boyfriend and found the idea of moving on with her life without her boyfriend unnervingly strange.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing creepy wolf eyes looking at her. In waking life a lot was going wrong in her family life with drugs and abuse. She felt scared that her problems might grow out of control and leave her completely neglected and abandoned.


To dream of cremation of a dead body represents life situations where you wish to quickly erase any signs of failure or losses. Not wanting to allow failure or losses to drag out or linger unpleasantly.

Alternatively, cremation may reflect a wish to quickly and cleanly reduce the impact of a loss or failure. Not wanting a loss or failure to causes more problems than it has to.


To dream of crepes represents zero tolerance for unpleasantness as you begin anew. Wanting everything perfect or beautiful as you begin something. Feeling that no one else matters while you like yourself. Enjoying yourself having "your moment." Feeling good with no interruptions or distractions.

Example: A girl dreamed of her ex-boyfriend wanting crepes for breakfast. In waking life her ex left her with a child to have a sexual relationship with someone younger.


To dream of a crevice represents feelings about a small opportunity that is barely available to you, but possible. A small or narrow opportunity that is easily overlooked, but holds potential. Feelings about small opening or opportunity that requires taking a risk or effort to pursue. Feeling that a situation allows you to barely do something on your own or barely reach your goal by yourself. A small opening in a situation. A need to pay closer attention to small details or subtle clues in order to uncover and address the underlying issue. An opportunity or problem that you are reluctant to explore.

Positively, a crevice may reflect a dangerous situation that provides an excellent opportunity or excuse to address it. Feeling that a new problem or crises has created an opening for you. Feelings that something difficult is possible, but won't be easy. Learning to deal with difficult situations and are growing stronger as a result.

Negatively, a crevice may reflect feelings about a opportunity that is barely available, but dangerous to pursue. Feelings about a dangerous opportunity or risky goal that is best left alone. Awareness of yourself taking a risk to explore something or pursue a goal. Fear or anxiety about what lies ahead. A challenge or obstacle that you're afraid to confront. Feeling out of control about a possibility to lose. Unresolved issues or tensions. A fear of falling into a situation that feels uncontrollable, uncertain, or never-ending. Feelings of isolation, sadness, and fear and a strong need to escape.

To dream of something negative crawling or coming out of a crevice may represent problems that you've been trying to ignore.

To dream of an insect hiding in a crevice represents an irritation, annoyance, or challenge that is hard to pinpoint or eradicate. An annoyance that's elusive, difficult to handle, constantly slipping out of your grasp. This dream might be signaling that you need to pay closer attention to what is bothering you and find a way to handle it effectively.

To dream of hiding inside a crevice may represents limited protection as you retreat from the difficulties or challenges in waking life. Attempting to avoid confronting an issue, possibly due to fear or a feeling of being overwhelmed. The dreamer may feel threatened or vulnerable in their current situation. Seeking a temporary safe haven from problems or frustrations.

To dream of a crevice formed between 2 people in a dream may represent a small rift or distance that has formed in a relationship or communication.

Example: A man dreamed of pulling himself up out of a crevice. In waking life, he was experiencing unusual pain all day long, and when he ate something, his headache went away almost instantly. In this case, pulling himself up out of the crevice may have reflected his determination and effort to overcome this easily overlooked pain that nobody else understood and restore his well-being by forcing himself to eat when he didn't want to.


To dream of a baby's crib represents concerned feelings about nothing dangerous being allowed to happen to something new in your life. Perfectly nurturing, caring, or being protective of something. Sexual relations to keep a relationship happy. Carefully watching over others so they are ensured success or kept away from trouble until they are ready to succeed on their own. Feeling a need to secure a burgeoning situation so that nothing else can interfere with it.

Negatively, dreaming about a crib may reflect anxiety or insecurity about keeping a sensitive new development or relationship strong. Feeling that you can't fully trust someone for the long-term.

Example: A woman dreamed of keeping her baby in a crib. In waking life he felt the need to keep her husband happy with a good sex life after they had a child together.

Cricket Sport

To dream of playing cricket represents feelings of competing or struggling to avoid being embarrassed being wrong. Trying hard to main your integrity or professional appearance over the long term. Feeling that you need to defend your integrity or ideas from potentially embarrassing scrutiny. Feeling the need to consistently prove that you are a more respectable person than someone else. Feeling the need to consistently prove yourself as more dignified responsible winner in life. Feeling the need to defend your right to be a confident secure person.

Negatively, dreaming of playing cricket may reflect feelings of needing to defend your ability to brag about yourself as always being right. Scaring yourself that you will never get to relax at all. Alternatively, cricket in a dream may be a sign that you are sensitive about proving that you are not a loser in life to other people.

Dreaming of losing at cricket may reflect feelings of being unable to defend your integrity over the long-term. People with addiction problems may dream of losing a cricket match to reflect their feelings about themselves losing to their addictions over the long term.

To dream of watching a cricket match may be a sign that you are aware of yourself allowing other people to prove themselves more deserving of status or respect than you. Allowing co-workers or competition to get ahead of you with long term projects while you idly sit by. Allowing problems to consistently stop you from getting ahead. Long term plans to look good in business that never happen.

Example: A man dreamed of watching a cricket match on TV. In waking life he was consistently feeling that problems at work kept getting in his way of making serious progress at work. He felt he was aware of himself wasting his time trying to get ahead at work.

Example 2: A man dreamed of watching a cricket match. In waking life he was concerned that taking time off a very serious work project would embarrass him with not having worked hard enough.

Example 3: A man dreamed of playing a soccer match that turned into cricket match. The opposing cricket team was winning by over a 1000 points. In waking life he was battling a serious drug addiction and felt that he couldn't maintain his will power over the long term.


To dream of crickets represents a situation where you feel that nothing is happening or that's leading nowhere.

Example: A woman dreamed of hearing crickets. In real life she wasn't sure if a relationship she was in for 3 months was going anywhere.

Crime Scene Investigator

To dream of a crime scene investigator represents you or someone else that is trying to seize up how stupid or negative someone else's actions were. Knowing someone is guilty or did something wrong and trying to decide how bad it really is.

Example: A woman dreamed of being a crime scene investigator. In waking life she was trying to decide if her boyfriends behavior was bad enough to leave him.


To dream of a criminal represents an aspect of your personality that's aware of it's own dishonesty. You or someone else that knows what they are doing is wrong. Feelings about bad influences in your life. Too much lying, cheating, or breaking the rules in some area of your life. Perhaps, there is someone in your life that you find of questionable character?

Negatively, a criminal may reflect your awareness of your own dishonest behavior or attempts to take a risky "short cut" that could hurt you in the long term.

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To dream of receiving criticism represents people or situations in your life that invoke feelings of not being good enough. It may also reflect a judgmental person in your life or a sign that you are being too hard on yourself. Caring too much what other people think. Frustration at thinking you aren't good enough in some way. Criticism in a dream can also reflect waking life situations where someone has yelled at you.

Positively, criticism in a dream may reflect self-discipline or a wish for self-improvement.

Negatively, giving criticism in a dream may be a sign that you are being too judgmental or expecting too much from others. Being too focused on flaws you or others have. Getting criticism may also be a sign that you are not believing in yourself enough.

Example: A woman dreamed of being criticized and then trying hard to wait patiently after it happened. In waking life her boss had yelled at her for a mistake on an important letter and then she choose to wait for her boss to talk to her again instead of quitting. Her boss apologized the next day.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing a woman criticizing a little girl very harshly and then going up to the woman to tell her to stop. In waking life the dreamer was realizing that she had been far to critical of herself.


To dream of crochet represents feelings of being "quicker than you thought" about having to carefully and thoughtfully be repetitive or meticulous to take the time to care about an accomplishment being special. Taking the time to carefully work through the individual components of the project in order to create something beautiful and functional. Thoughts about a faster way for the effort and care required to create something of significance. A time-consuming process of creating something unique and valuable that can be done more quickly.

Alternatively, the dream could be a warning that you need to be patient and methodical in your approach, rather than faster way to rush through the process and risking mistakes.

Negatively, dreaming about crochet may represents overdoing a "quicker than you thought" mentality about having to carefully and thoughtfully be repetitive or meticulous to take the time to care about an accomplishment being special. Ignoring a need to protect your efforts from external disruptions.

Example: A young woman dreamed of remembering leaving her crochet in the lunchroom and when she got there someone had taken it apart and strewn it around the building. In waking life she was experiencing a lot of stress at her workplace while feeling that work was out of control. In this case the crochet that taken apart may have reflected the young woman's feeling about her hard work and caring effort that was dismantled or undone by the chaos and uncertainty in her workplace.

Example 2: A man dreamed of working in a research institute and learning about a new weird sci-fi device with a crochet needle. By pointing the crochet needle at newspaper he could read even the smallest print. In waking lif ehe was considering going back to University to get his Ph.D for some years, but had not yet found a research area he would truly like to immerse himself in. In this case, the crochet needle may have reflected his feelings about already having a university degree, which made him feel more comfortable about how easy it would be to upgrade his degree to Ph.d. level to become an accomplished person who is treated special for his education level.


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To dream of a croissant represents feelings about an experience or option that is simple about believing in yourself being sophisticated with self-respect being important without needing explaining. The importance of believing in who you are as an adult like it's simple without anyone embarrassing you. The importance of believing in oneself as an adult with self-respect, and the ability to savor one's self-assuredness without complications. Savoring believing in yourself as an adult with self-respect without complications. Independent choices that affirm their self-respect and personal values, especially in situations where they might feel pressured or conflicted. Sophistication, self-respect, simplicity, or sensibility. Concerns or thoughts about self-identity about believing in yourself being an adult.

Negatively, dreaming of a croissant could represent overdoing preoccupation with the importance of self-respect with sophisticated adult appearances or social status that's simple about noticing it no matter what you are doing without needing to explain it.

Example: A young woman dreamed of buying 2 croissants at an airport she was waiting at during an emergency airplane stop. In waking life, she had a big fight with her boyfriend and left him for an entire holiday season to live with her mother. In this case, the croissants may have reflected her feelings about trying to maintain a sense of personal sophistication and adult independence by choosing to leave a difficult situation with her boyfriend for a simpler, more supportive environment with her mother without having to explain or justify her decisions to her boyfriend. The choice of buying croissants at an emergency stop at an airport may symbolize her attempt to treat herself with care and maintain a sense of normalcy and self-respect during a disruptive life event.


To dream of crops represents feelings about the results of your hard work, effort, or investments coming to fruition. Crops in a dream can symbolize the rewards, benefits, or outcomes of your labor and dedication in various areas of your life, such as work, relationships, or personal projects. Your thoughts about the work you've put into a project, relationship, or situation and your expectations for its outcome. The potential for growth and abundance that you have cultivated through your actions. The fruits of your labor and the results of your efforts.

Positively, dreaming about crops may symbolize a sense of accomplishment, prosperity, and satisfaction in seeing your efforts pay off. The abundance and prosperity that can result from diligent work and careful planning. Feelings of encouragement that if you continue working hard and nurturing your endeavors, that you can reap the rewards in the future. The rewards from your dedication, skills, and persistence.

Negatively, dreaming about crops may suggest concerns about the outcome of your efforts or investments. Anxieties about whether your hard work will yield the desired results. Concerns potential setbacks, failures, or losses that could affect your overall well-being or plans. Doubt, fear of failure, or the challenges you face in bringing a project to fruition. A need to pay more attention to the cultivation of your goals or relationships to ensure their success. A fear of not reaping the rewards for your hard work or a sense of stagnation in your personal growth.

Example: A woman dreamed of being in the country in the middle of a field with no crops, only bushes, grass, and local plants. In waking life, she lost her job as an English teacher. In this case, the field with no crops may have reflected her feelings about being unemployed and unable to benefit from seeing the outcome of using her teaching skills to teach, nurture, and grow the minds of young people. The dream reveals her concerns and anxieties about the lack of opportunities or rewards for her hard work and dedication as a teacher.

Example 2: A young man dreamed of asking for rain from God because without he couldn't plant any crops. In waking life, he was very focused on getting a job that was up to the standards of his qualifications. In this case, being unable to plant any crops due to a lack of rain may have reflected his feelings of powerlessness and dependence on external circumstances in order to plan for his future.

Example 3: A young man dreamed of driving passed numerous fields of crops and flowers for a long distance. Suddenly, he was surrounded by abandoned buildings and trees where he could only see the crop fields at a far distance. In waking life, he was experiencing exhaustion, severe anxiety, and depression during the COVID-19 pandemic while planning to drop out of school for medical reasons. He felt that dropping out of the school might ruin his eligibility for financial aid to attend school and ruin his life. In this case, the contrast between abundant fields and fields at a distance may have reflected his feelings of seeing opportunities and potential for growth in his life becoming more distant and less accessible due to his current challenges.


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To dream of cross-dressing represents your wish to express or acknowledge a side of yourself that is out of your normal ways. Your masculine side if you are female or your feminine side if you are male.

If you a man cross-dressing may reflect your wish to express or acknowledge more sensitive, caring, or giving ways. Negatively, it may reflect subordination that is being noticed by others.

If you are a woman cross-dressing it may reflect your wish to express more assertive, controlling, insensitive ways. Negatively, it may reflect an unsympathetic or controlling attitude.


To dream of crossbones represents a warning of danger or total loss. You or someone else that is communicating how serious it is to avoid something.

Alternatively, a crossbones may reflect you or someone who is projecting a dangerous persona to others.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a light green crossbones. In waking life he was constantly warning his doctors about how dangerous his medical condition until a breakthrough occurred that gave him hope. The light green crossbones represents the need for dangerous warnings that were being addressed or healed.


To dream of a crossbow symbolizes final decisions that are both dangerous and intentional. No fear of being reckless with a final decision. A crossbow represents a higher degree of seriousness in settling an issue. Feeling good being reckless with the potential to make intentionally dangerous decisions. A wish to intentionally make harmful choices to people you are angry with.

Example: A man dreamed of pointing a crossbow at a wall. In waking life he was feeling good threatening a business partner making a very dangerous decision that would have permanent consequences. He felt good having the potential to be intentionally reckless with his business partners feelings.


To dream of crossing a body of water represents your attempt to confront or get through an uncertain or negative situation. Trying to get your problem over with.

To dream of crossing a street represents a change of views, feelings, or situations. Doing something different or correcting yourself. Taking an alternative choice.


To dream that you are at a crossroads, symbolize an important decision that you need to make. Contemplating a waking life choice. You have come to a point in your life where you have several options that you need to weigh. Each option will lead you to a different destination or goal. Confronting the prospect of having to change your life. The ending of relationships where both people must choose to move on with their lives.

Negatively, a crossroads in a dream may reflect inaction or difficulty making an important choice. Difficulty moving ahead. "Standing still" in life. It may also a fear of making the wrong choice.

Alternatively, the crossroads suggest of a change in direction in your life.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a path leading to a crossroads with alligators at it. In waking life his workplace had announced job cuts there were to be made. The crossroads in this case may have reflected the feelings about himself and the people at his workplace facing the inevitability of having to confront the prospect of deciding what to do with the rest of their careers.

Example 2: A young man dreamed of coming to a crossroads. In waking life he had broken up with his girlfriend. The crossroads in this case may have the choice for both people to go separate ways in life.


To dream of a crosswalk represents a transitional period where important decisions need to be made about moving forward in life that require respect and patience from other people to let you. You or someone else that doesn't feel required to explain themselves making a transition, a period of change, or a point of decision-making in your waking life while people need to respect the decision. The dream suggests the need to pause, evaluate, and proceed with caution while other people can't ignore you needing to. A situation where you need to follow specific rules or guidelines to safely navigate through a phase or situation in your life. Feelings about the safest method for needed change or progress without asking permission. Making a safe decision to transition while other people are required to let you be safe.

Positively, seeing a crosswalk in a dream might represent a structured approach, patience, or caution while making important decisions or undergoing changes. It may reflect your respect for authority, adherence to rules, and a strong sense of safety and responsibility. It might also indicate that you are at a juncture in your life where you need to make significant decisions that require careful consideration.

Negatively, a crosswalk in a dream could suggest a feeling of restriction, a lack of spontaneity, or frustration about having to follow certain rules or procedures. You may feel as though your progress is being slowed down by regulations or barriers. Feeling that people don't need to respect you for very long while you're trying to transition or change, but will respect it as long as it's temporary. Inaction or difficulty making an important choice.

To dream of successfully crossing a crosswalk may suggest that you have made or are about to make a significant decision or transition in your life. You are proceeding with caution and have carefully considered the impact of your actions. This dream is a sign that you are on the right path and that your decisions will be respected by others.

To dream of waiting at a crosswalk represents a period of transition or decision-making but you're not quite ready to move forward yet. You may be looking for the right time, the right sign, or the right opportunity.

To dream of being unable to cross a crosswalk represents feelings of frustration, restriction, or fear. You may be facing a significant decision or change in your life but feel unable to move forward due to barriers or restrictions. This dream is a call to evaluate what is holding you back and find ways to overcome these obstacles.

Example: A man dreamed of people standing at a crosswalk waiting for it to indicate it was safe to cross. He crosses and other people look at him like he will get arrested. In waking life, he was very frustrated about feeling rushed into getting a computer and high speed internet installed at home to allow him to work from home. He didn't want to lose the opportunity to work from home by not having what was required to do the job. In this case, the crosswalk may have reflected his feelings about a major decision he had to make about changing his work environment - a transition that needed careful consideration and respect from others.

Crossword Puzzles

To dream of a crossword puzzle represents feelings about needing a meaning or purpose that fits an unusual situation you are experiencing. You may be experiencing something very unusual or that doesn't make sense and are looking for a purpose that does makes sense. Feeling that a problem is mysterious or empty and wanting to give it meaning. Awareness of yourself not being an expert, but trying to figure out a big problem anyway as best you can.


To dream of a crowbar represents issues in your life dealing with a separation. You may have to give up or stay away from someone or something in your life.

Example: A young man dreamed of seeing a man with a crowbar. In waking life his best friend's mother said he wasn't allowed to hang out with him anymore. The crowbar reflected the friends mother's decision that "pried" them apart.


To dream of being in a large crowd of people represents a need for space, privacy, or, solitude. You may feel that you can't think clearly or be honest about you real feelings. Feeling forced to conform with others or unable to be yourself. Your own opinions not counting or mattering. Anxiety about being embarrassed in front of a large group of people in a waking life social situation.

Alternatively, being in large crowd may represent a overwhelming sense of consensus or social support. Being on the "same page" as everyone you know on an issue. Overwhelming agreement. Feelings about having a lot of people being interested in your ideas or goals.

To dream of seeing a large crowd of people that you are not apart of may represent feelings of being left out. Feeling that everyone else has a view that you don't agree with. It may also reflect feelings of others not thinking for themselves. A reflection of individuality on some issue.

To dream of an unruly crowd may represent the potential for a "boiling point" to be reached on some issue that is getting out of hand. Pressing concerns or problems that are starting to go a bit overboard. Someone may be too insensitive to your feelings or too neglectful of your needs.

To dream of a happy crowd may represent a strong social support system.

Dreams about crowds are also common to people who experience social anxiety about larger groups of people.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a large crowd of people walking away from him. In waking life he was beginning to feel that he was being abandoned by a number of people close to him. He felt that the initial overwhelming support he was getting from people interested in investing in his was waning as he failed produce evidence of progress they needed.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of standing in a very crowded place with all the people staring at her. In waking life her bossed had embarrassed her in front of all her co-workers.


To dream of a crown represents prominence, all-powerfulness, or noticing that you are the most important. Authority or feeling that you should always come first. Believing that yours needs or wants are a priority.

To see someone else wearing a crown may reflect a person or situation that has taken priority in your life.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing someone with a crown tattoo on their chest and it bothered him in the dream. In waking life he was experiencing his father refusing to return they money he used to pay off his mortgage after the family home was sold while also experiencing his father choosing to show off to the family with how rich he was.


To see dream of a crow represents lingering unpleasantness or annoyances. An obnoxious person or situation that gets on your nerves or won't go away. A crow is a sign that you are experiencing unwanted changes, bad news, difficult endings, hardship, or situations and people that won't go away. Feeling annoyed by reminders of debt.

Example situations that might bring on a dream of a crow may be a difficult divorce, a death of a loved one, or being forced to be around a someone that you can't stand. One man dreamed of a crow when he was fighting an drug craving.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing crows in the sky. In waking life she had an alcoholic son living with her that refused to get a job and stop drinking. She felt that his presence in the house was quite obnoxious as she was trying to start a business and raise her second younger son.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing a dead crow with a rattlesnake coming out of it's mouth. In waking life she had paid off debt that left her financial broke and unable to address other serious problems. The dead crow in this case may have reflected her feelings about no longer having to think about a debt that someone was constantly nagging her to pay off.

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To dream of the cross represents sacrifice. You may be giving up habits, belongings, beliefs, or some part of yourself for a greater purpose. It may also symbolize sacrifices you are making for other people, or caring more about others than yourself. Feeling good about making a big change.

Negatively, a crucifix may reflect feelings about looking stupid in front of other people because you made a bad decision. Making an example of yourself that causes suffering. A moment of difficult suffering. A difficult choice that may require suffering. Sacrifice being made for bad people. Trying hard to maintain an unhealthy relationship.

Although the origins for the symbolism of a cross would appear connected to Jesus Christ, the cross is actually a cube that has been unfolded. The cube represents the universe, or a perfectly balanced space. The symbol for sacrifice is then derived from the concept of giving up or unraveling perfection.

Example: A man dreamed of wanting to fall back onto a crucifix. In waking life he was considering risking leaving his workplace and looking for a new job. The crucifix in this case may have reflected his feelings about risking looking stupid making a big change.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of having to a bloody crucifix placed on her chest. In waking life her husband had died and she felt that she had to endure the rest of her life taking care of her daughters without him.

Example 3: A man dreamed of seeing a crucifix with blood coming out of it. In waking life he felt he became friends again with someone from his past that was a bad influence. he felt that his efforts to maintain the relationship were going to make him look like a failure to other his other friends. The crucifix in this case may have reflected his feelings about strong efforts to maintain the bad friendship that he felt wasn't a good idea.


To dream of a crucifixion represents total sacrifice of yourself for others benefit. It could also represent intentionally hurting or causing suffering to someone else by completely withholding all love, respect, or attention. Hurtfully ignoring or blaming someone else in order to punish them. Hurtfully ostracizing others. Punishing others with no love or sympathy..

Negatively, a crucifixion may represent undeserving punishment, self punishment, or being the target or scapegoat of someone else. You may be experiencing a situation where repercussions or consequences are inescapable.

Positively, a crucifixion may represent sacrificing yourself for others, or maintaining principles or values at all costs. Withstanding great pain for others.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing his grandmother asking him why "Why are you crucifying my son?" In waking life the man had completely ostracized his father because he believed all the bad things other family members had said about him without question. He was beginning to question those beliefs.

Cruise Control

To dream of using the cruise control function on a vehicle represents confidence about how fast you are going with a decision you've made. Feeling that you don't need to waste your time paying attention to every detail while progressing with choice you've made. Feeling that it's easy to fast track your life some way.

Negatively, cruise control in a dream may reflect a naive or nonobjective view of an easy situation you are involved in never getting difficult or requiring experience. Thinking that you will always be able to easily "cruise" through a situation. Naively thinking you are an expert.

To dream of cruise control that can't be stopped may reflect your growing doubts or insecurities about how easy a decision you've made is. Feeling that you may have miscalculated how easy something was going to be. Feeling stuck with a choice you've felt was going to be easy.

Example: A woman dreamed of being unable to stop the cruise control on her car. In waking life she had left her husband to get an education and was beginning to feel that her school life was moving to fast for her comfort level. She realized that fast-tracking her education was easier said than done.

Cruise Ship

To dream of a cruise ship represents a relaxed approach to uncertainty or negative situations. Taking it easy during a troubled time. Feeling confident while you "sail through" a difficult or unpleasant situation easily. Effortless navigation of troubles. "Cruising" through problems as though they didn't matter.

Alternatively, you may be enjoying deep self-reflection or exploring your problems. You may have an interest in what your problems are, but aren't really concerned about fixing them or making serious changes.

Negatively, a cruise ship may reflect overconfidence or a laid back attitude during a dangerous situation. Feeling that someone else will take care of your problems that you can just "sail" to success. Optimism during a crises or difficult time that is absent of critical thinking skills. Feeling confident that problems will solve themselves.

People in problematic relationships often dream of cruise ships because they are aware of the problem, but may be too afraid to confront or break up with their partner. They don't want to stop feeling good in the relationship. Cruise ships may also show up in dreams when you show interest in your dreams or in deep self-reflection about your problems.

A cruise ship is a sign that there is are issues in your life that you need to make a more serious effort to improve or change.

Example: A young man dreamed of seeing himself looking over the side of a cruise ship into the ocean. In real life he was spending a lot of time thinking about his problems and examining his dreams. The cruise ship reflected how enjoyable it was for him to study his dreams.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being on a cruise ship. In waking life she was heavily pregnant, but trying to be as relaxed about it as she could.


To dream of something crumbling represents feelings about the deterioration, breakdown, or loss of stability in some area of your life. The erosion of confidence, power, or integrity. Your thoughts about the impermanence of situations, relationships, or states of mind. A sense of instability, vulnerability, or the fear that something you once relied on is falling apart. Concerns about the stability or breakdown of your marriage. Your perception of his deteriorating financial situation.

Positively, dreaming about crumbling might symbolize the breaking down of old, outdated, or unnecessary aspects of your life, making room for new growth and opportunities. A process of transformation, change, letting go, and shedding what no longer serves you to embrace a new path or way of thinking. The need to release old, outdated beliefs, habits, or structures that are no longer serving your best interests. A conscious choice to let go of certain beliefs or behaviors that have been holding you back. The potential for growth and renewal after a period of breakdown.

Negatively, dreaming about crumbling could represent feelings of insecurity, fear, or powerlessness as you witness the decline or failure of something important to you. A loss of control, a fear of the unknown, or anxiety about an unstable future. Anxiety about the situation worsening. Witnessing the breakdown of a relationship, career, or personal belief system, and it's causing distress or uncertainty. Feelings of decay or neglect in some aspect of your life, pointing to areas that require your attention or intervention. You may be voiding addressing issues that need immediate attention, and if left unattended, they may crumble and cause more significant problems.

Example: A young woman dreamed of hearing the crumbling of dead leaves on the ground. In waking life, she had received multiple marriage proposals from men she rejected because none of the men were her type. In this case, the crumbling of the leaves may have reflected her perception of the men's interest in her as something that was decaying or deteriorating because she stopped talking to them. Each proposal and subsequent rejection could have symbolized a crumbling leaf, indicating the passing of an opportunity that she didn't feel was right for her.

Example 2: An older woman dreamed of crumbling stairs. In waking life, she was preoccupied with how to obtain a deeper relationship with God while fearing never fulfilling this desire. In this case, the crumbling stairs may have reflected her fear that her path to a deeper spiritual connection was becoming more difficult or was falling apart.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of watching a football game and then experiencing her teeth crumbling in her mouth. In waking life, she was told by a manager to apply for the assistant manager's position, but she wasn't sure if she was ready. In this case, the crumbling teeth may have reflected her feelings of eroding confidence about her ability to take on more responsibility.


To dream of crumbs represents feelings of about nothing being left over except the unimportant parts. Feelings about petty or unimportant "left overs." Feeling about some part of your life being so small you don't think it matters. Feeling that someone is enjoying themselves never thinking they have to clean up. Feeling left with evidence that a situation is so ridiculous that nobody bothered to clean it up. Evidence of opportunities that have already be used by someone else. Feelings about being a slob that aren't being addressed. Feeling annoyed that you need to clean up a situation or clean up after someone else. An area of your life that you feel is paltry. Meager offerings.

Negatively, dreaming about crumbs represents feelings jealous of only being left with something insignificant or pathetic. Feeling left with only the littlest or least significant parts. Feeling that all the biggest or most important parts are already taken. Feeling that nobody left you with anything important. Feelings about wasting your time believing you are ever going to get an advantage, be important, or get ahead. Wasting time never getting to be the "real deal." Feelings about a "crummy" opportunity or situation. Feelings about having lost your chance. A possible sign that you need to move on with your life if someone is being a snob to you.

To dream of eating crumbs or accepting them may represent feelings about your willingness to accept littleness, pathetic offerings, or used leftovers. Desperation for an opportunity. A willingness to do anything at all in a situation.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing bread crumbs being fed to a giraffe. In waking life she had lost respect for her husband because he had lower income while gaining weight. The crumbs in this case may have reflected her feelings about her husband's income being paltry.


To dream of someone that you secretly have a real crush on in waking life represents feelings that that person or a desirable goal may be too good for you. Jealousy that you won't measure up, be attractive enough, or get to experience something at all. Spending too much time looking at what you want and not enough on getting what you want.

To dream of having a secret crush on someone that you don't like or hate may reflect feelings of unattainable desire to be rid of something unpleasant for good. Feeling that you are not good enough to eliminate something you don't like from your life for good. Feeling jealous that you will never get to be mean to someone, get revenge on someone, or embarrass someone.

To dream of your crush rejecting you or has stood you up may reflect anxieties about having your true feelings revealed to them. It may also represent an excessive preoccupation with every signal you are getting from your crush meaning that they don't like you. Alternatively, being rejected or stood up by your crush may represent disappointments with situations you had good expectations for.

To dream of having a crush on a celebrity or someone that you don't know very well represents desire for a waking life situation to occur based on the qualities that stand out the most about that person. Ask yourself what feelings or memories are the strongest when you think about the person and try to see if any of your current goals give you those same feelings. You may feel that you are not good enough for something.

To dream of having a crush on a stranger represents feelings about new or unexpected possibilities being out of reach.

To dream that someone attractive has a crush on you may represent feelings of worthiness and boosts to your self-esteem. It may also reflect unexpected good news about new possibilities or opportunities. To dream that someone unattractive to you has a crush on you may represent good news or new opportunities that don't impress you.

To dream of a former crush may represent feelings associated with desire. In a positive context you may be experiencing good luck, new opportunities, or a really enjoyable experience. In a negative context, you may be experiencing situations where you are too shy or scared to go after your goals. Accepting a lower role or standing because you won't speak up. Alternatively, a former crush may reflect feelings based on your most honest feelings or memories of them. Ask yourself what memories or feelings stand out the most about that person and try to see if you are experiencing a current situation that mirrors those feelings or memories.

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To dream of seeing something being crushed represents overwhelming stress or pressure that can't be mitigated. You or someone else that has been totally overwhelmed by competing forces or powerful opposition. Feeling that something is too much to withstand. Feelings of destruction without any chance. Totally overpowering an enemy or problem with irrecoverable destruction. Hopes destroyed. Crushing disappointment. Overwhelming financial pressure.

To dream of yourself physically crushing something represents your own ability to completely overpower, embarrass, or destroy someone. Feelings of wanting permanent destruction without any hope to return. Enjoying perfectly ruining enemies with total power. Feeling good watching an enemy slowly closing off to losing without any chance to recover. A sensitive area of your life that has been totally overpowered or overwhelmed. Overpowering problems so they never return.

To dream of yourself being physically crushed represents feelings of being hopelessly ruined or failed without any chance to stop it. Feeling trapped without hope to stop an inevitable loss or failure. Feeling that total power in being used to perfectly fail or ruin you while you watch it happen. Feeling that you can't escape a slow inevitable failure that is closing you off to losing. Feeling trapped with a predicament. Feeling powerless to stop a problem that is too big or too "heavy" for you to do anything about. Feeling that you can't hide being a big disappointment to other people. Feeling crushed emotionally.

To dream of crushing a head may represents feelings of overwhelming or overpowering a problem so that it can never be thought of returning again.

Example: A young woman dreamed of being crushed by multiple cars landing on her roof. In waking life she was dealing with moving, school exams, and a boyfriend breaking up. The crushed feeling in this case may have reflected the dreamer's feelings of being overwhelmed by stress and pressure.

Example 2: A man dreamed of experiencing walls to a room slowly crushing him. In waking life he felt that a situation he was embarrassed to talk about was slowly overwhelming him with stress and pressure.

Example 3: A man dreamed of repeatedly crushing snakes heads. In waking life he was very focused on dealing with a number of potentially expensive problems trying to ensure that the problems never return. The crushing symbolism in this case may have reflected the dreamer's feelings about needing to totally overpower problems so that he would never even think twice about needing to repeat confronting the problems.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing a cob of corn needed for boiling, but parts of the corn cob were crushed. She washed the crushed parts away. In waking life the dreamer was having a difficult financial problem. The crushed parts of the corn cob that were washed away may have reflected her feelings about being willing to except minor financial losses due to overwhelming pressure that she couldn't do anything about.


To dream of crutches represents emotional or psychological dependency. Something you need to help you function or cope with a problem. Crutches reflect an inability to fully draw upon your own resources to achieve goals or function normally.


To dream of crying sadly represents powerful feelings of loss, disappointment, or pain. Distress, sorrow, or stress. You feel frustrated or overwhelmed by how unpleasant a situation is. You may be having difficulty accepting the end of a situation or relationship. Jealousy of something in your life not being perfect. Feeling empty inside.

Alternatively, crying in a dream may be a sign that you are acknowledging a problem you've been repressing. You or someone else that is experiencing catharsis or emotional cleansing. A release of sorrow, grief, or misery that has been held back. You may have finally confronted a powerful fear.

To dream of crying tears of joy represents the resolution of a frustrating problem or working through emotional blocks. Relief of some kind. It may also represent your deep appreciation or sense of wonderment for something that has happened to you.

To wake up crying represents suppressed hurt or trauma that you've neglected to deal with. You are having difficulty accepting or confronting an issue. A sign that you may need to be more open about your problems or more willing to accept difficult changes.

To dream of no one hearing or responding to your cries represents your feelings of helplessness, neglect, or frustration. You may feel insignificant or that no one is listening to you. You may need to be more vocal about your problems or making your views known.

Pregnant women often dream of crying to reflect their heightened emotional sensitivity causing them to feel that they are losing control.

Crying in a dream may also reflect sad feelings of unbearable sadness or emptiness. Experiencing someone in your life that is sad and feeling that you can't do anything about it.

Example: A woman dreamed of crying about a horse dying. In waking life she had just spent a few days having sex with her husband in an expensive hotel before he had to leave on business for a long time. The crying probably reflected the woman's disappointment with the sexual activity having to stop for such a long time.

Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing someone crying. In waking life he was experiencing new found success in his business that suddenly stopped.

Example 3: A young girl dreamed of seeing her mother sitting at the dinner table and then felt herself start to cry. In waking life her parents were getting a divorce and she felt that it was her fault.

Example 4: A man dreamed of crying. In waking life he was a doctor in Nazi Germany that was distraught witnessing his hospital being over taken by Nazi soldiers.

Example 5: A woman dreamed of seeing her boyfriend's mother crying. In waking life she felt sorry for the mother because the mother missed her son (dreamer's boyfriend) who was off in another country. The dreamer felt powerless to address the problem while finding the mother's sadness unbearable.

Example 6: A woman dreamed of seeing her mother crying. In waking if she felt that promises she made to others about the future to move to another country were going to make her very unhappy.

Example 7: A young woman dreamed of crying. In waking life she was feeling a powerful sense of loss with her best friend decided to never speak to her again.

Example 8: A woman dreamed of crying on the phone with her ex-boyfriend. In waking life her ex-boyfriend had married someone else and she was having difficulty accepting that a getting back with him was never going to happen ever again.


To dream of being preserved with cryogenics represents being stuck in the past, or forced to live with a problem until a solution is found. Cryogenics may also symbolize issues that can't be fixed with current beliefs. Putting your problems on hold until a more intelligent solution is found.

Alternatively, cryogenics may reflect punishment or crippling consequences that can't be escaped until a very positive new mindset is excepted. Karma that can't be escaped until you change your ways or mature. "Freezing" someone until they want to grow up.

Cryogenics in a dream emphasizes the importance of trying new ideas or changing current belief systems.

Negatively, Cryogenics may reflect feelings about intentionally preventing people from making progress or fixing their problems until it's too late. Intentionally wasting people's time believing that the future will be better while you hold them back.

Crystal Ball

To dream of a crystal ball represents your outlook on the future. Feeling that you have perfect clarity in a situation or an intelligent idea about what a future situation will be like. Future projections of the future may be like based on current events or what you expect might happen.

Negatively, a crystal ball may reflect non-objective assumptions about the future or fearing the future.

To dream of a black crystal ball may reflect a bleak or scary outlook of the future. It may also reflect an outlook of the future that is excessive in some way.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a crystal ball with a rainbow in it. In waking life he had just changed his mind about suing an old friend because of new evidence that showed his old friend wasn't solely responsible for a loss. The crystal ball with the rainbow reflected his outlook about the future harmonizing itself due to the new evidence.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of a black crystal ball. In waking life she found out that she had cancer and what her chances of living were. The black crystal call may have reflected her fear of death in her future.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing a crystal ball floating over her head while she laid in bed. In waking life he was housewife who was studying a course to help her get a job a later time. The crystal ball may have reflected her insecurities about a potentially impossible or bleak job outlook in her future.

Crystal Meth

To dream of crystal meth may represents addiction to feelings of never having to listen to anyone else at all. Enjoying thinking you are too important to listen to advice. Feeling good believing that other people are too stupid or weak to be respected at all. Enjoying feeling never needing to care about other people ever again. Feeling "high" thinking you are smarter or more attractive than everyone else.

To dream be addicted to crystal meth in a dream may be a sign that you have embarrassed yourself never listening to others or choosing to do something dangerous on your own. Having a problem telling yourself that you were wrong about not needing friends or family involved in your life in some way. Screwing up your life enjoying not listening to advice or thinking you were too good to listen to it. Destroying yourself doing something all by yourself. Feeling terrified that you would ever have to share something important to you at all. Embarrassment that you have no friends left because you were too concerned with thinking you were better than them.


To dream of a crystal represents feelings about something in your life being noticed as absolutely perfect. Immunity to criticism or being told what to do. Some area of your life that is too important or too perfect to be denied. Being unquestionably above reproach. Feeling stupid for not believing that something is perfect. Feelings about something being more unquestionably important than you are. Sensitivity about something being perfectly respected.

Negatively, crystals in a dream may reflect a naive or nonobjective level of faith in something being perfect or special. False assumptions about about something in your life being immune from criticism due to it's power, beauty, or appearance. Awareness of yourself making other people jealous that you don't have to listen to them. Arrogant or deluded thoughts about being a perfect person. Feeling that you have no choice about trusting someone or your own attempts to make others trust something that is unproven. Feelings about yourself or others looking stupid for trusting something. Being overly sensitive about something being perfectly respected.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing green crystals in a stream. In waking life she had temporarily taken a different job at work because due to it's important managerial role it perfectly ensured that she couldn't get laid off during a tough business cycle. The crystals in this case may have reflected her feelings about perfectly immune she was to being laid off because she was noticed as being too important or special to the company.


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