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To dream of fleas represents irritating problems that are difficult to ignore. They often symbolize a hard dose of reality that you can't stand, or something that constantly provokes you.

Fleas on a dog represents an irritant or annoying problem that effects your ability to be confident. A distraction that makes it harder to believe in yourself or feel in control.


To dream of human flesh that has been cut or torn from a body represents feelings about how dangerous a situation became. Damage, failure, or embarrassment. Feelings about a troubling or dangerous situation resulting in worse consequences than you first believed it would cause. Powerful jealousy. Feeling about serious damage being caused to family, relationships, or finances. A situation that ended up being tougher than you originally thought it would be. Feelings about a situation being dangerous to endure.

Example: A young woman dreamed of having an open flesh wound. In waking life she had just broken up with her boyfriend.

Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing alligators eating flesh meat. In waking life he was experiencing serious financial problems.

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To dream of flies represents a recurring distraction or annoyance. A problematic person or situation that keeps coming back despite your best attempt to get rid of it. A problem that is so annoying that you can't think of anything else.

Negatively, flies may be a sign that you are putting up with an annoyance for a prolonged period of time when you don't need to. Feeling too lazy to take action, make a change, or speak up. Not being willing to move away from an annoyance. Unexpressed feelings about someone that is inconsiderate. Petty annoyances that are recurring. Feeling extremely irritated by someone or something. Repeat nagging.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing flies. In waking life she was very annoyed by her father who repeatedly kept nagging her to clean her house.


To dream of being on a flight represents your awareness of yourself being involved in a new project or plan of some kind. Something new has started or is about to get underway.

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Flight Attendant

To dream of a flight attendant represents an aspect of yourself that is supportive as you undertake a new plan or project. Telling yourself that everything will be ok, sympathy, or enthusiasm for the future.

Negatively, a flight attendant may reflect your attempt calm or sooth your nerves. A sign that you have a lot of anxiety about something new that is happening.

Flip Flops

To dream of flip flops represents a relaxed or easygoing attitude while facing a negative situation. Enjoying yourself or being carefree as you confront uncertainty in your life.


To dream of flirting represents invitation. Signaling another person or situation that you agree with them or that you are receptive.

Alternatively, flirting may reflect you telling yourself that something is a good idea. Your receptiveness to experimentation or exploration of new ideas or new ways of thinking.


To dream of floating in water represents a negative or uncertain situation that you are dealing with. Staying strong, holding on, or keeping up. Feeling carried through an uncertain situation with little you can do about it. Keeping your composure with. Doing the best you can to survive a problem situation. Managing or having a handle on your emotions. Managing or navigating a difficult or turbulent emotional situation. Progress in a difficult situation by the most simple means. Concerns with being "carried away" by a dangerous or emotional situation. Anxiety or concerns about "drifting along" in a situation. Consider the term "staying afloat" and how it might apply to your current life situation. Feeling that nobody is supporting you. Problems that persistently won't go away until you confront or address them personally.

To dream of seeing a boat floating on water represents navigation of uncertainty or negative situations. Your potential to or active attempt to confront issues. A serious effort to "stay afloat" in a difficult situation. Responsibly moving beyond uncertain boundaries in your life. Feelings about needing to stay buoyant. Feeling that you have limited support or are capable of supporting yourself through a difficult situation.

To dream of seeing an object or animal floating in water represents an aspect of your personality that is holding on or surviving a problem. Uncertain possibilities, ideas, or modes of action that are still available to you. An area of your life that isn't succumbing to uncertainty, problems, or being impossibly overwhelmed.

Negatively, an object or animal floating in water may reflect an aspect of your personality that is persistently not being dealt with completely. It may also reflect opportunities that have shown up due to a negative or uncertain situation. Something in your life that is barely getting by or nobody else cares about anymore. Good idea or opportunities lost to negative situations or uncertainty indefinitely.

To dream of yourself floating in the air represents the feelings about yourself being incredible or doing noticeably incredible things. Feeling safe that people can't oust you or outsmart you. Living in stasis with a higher level of achievement.

To dream of floating in the air and looking down at yourself represents feelings about yourself observing yourself jealous that you can't reach a higher level of achievement. Feeling high in spirit, but low in physical ability.

To dream of an object floating in the air may represents ideas or possibilities that feel incredible. Feeling that something incredible is waiting for you to do something about it. Feeling safe to try something incredible or unusual.

To dream of floating above the earth and looking down at it represents your feeling about how wonderful or incredible your life feels. Feeling that your entire life revolves around being bigger or better than others in some way. Negatively, it may reflect feelings of being too big or rich to believe that anyone could do something better than you do.

Example: A man dreamed of walking across a river that had raccoons and possums floating on it. He used the floating raccoons and possums as a walkway to cross the river. In waking life he was dealing with a 6-year divorce with his wife while needing to deal with a temporary problem with his daughter connected to his wife. The floating raccoons and possums in the river used as a walkway may have reflected his feelings about all the problems with his wife that weren't going away being something he had to temporarily and carefully "walk over" to discuss issues related to his daughter.

Example 2: A man dreamed seeing a rowboat floating in water and then suddenly start sinking. In waking life he was attempting to manage a problem and suddenly become too overwhelmed with problems to continue managing the problem.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of unborn babies floating in a toilet. In waking life she was starting to feel unsure about the new man she started dating. The floating unborn babies in the toilet may have reflected her feelings about problems related to her new relationship persistently not going away until she made the decision to end the relationship.

Example 4: A teenage girl dreamed of herself floating in water. In waking life she was unsure about whether or not to initiate a real relationship with a guy friend. The floating in this case may have reflected her feelings about maintaining herself in a state of uncertainty about whether dating her guy friend was a good idea while knowing it was a possibility.

Example 5: A woman dreamed of floating in water. In waking life she was unemployed and experiencing financial frustration. In this case, the floating in the water may have reflected her feelings of trying to stay afloat amidst the financial challenges and uncertainty, doing her best to maintain her composure and manage her emotions, while seeking new job opportunities and support to overcome the situation.

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To dream of a flock of birds or animals represents uniformity of thinking. Working closely with others or making a number of different areas of your life revolve around one issue.

Negatively, a flock represents a lack of objectivity or independence in your decision-making.


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To dream of a flood represents negativity or uncertainty that you feel overwhelmed by. Feeling inundated by problems. Emotional overload. Stress and tension. Difficult circumstances or issues you are struggling with. Something unexpected that is delaying you or holding you back. Feeling that a problem is too much to deal with by yourself.

To dream of a room or space being flooded represents negativity or uncertainty that has become a powerful distraction. A distraction or problem is predominantly on your mind. An interference or distraction that you have to wait to subside before you can return to normal. Dealing with a problem that takes precedence over your real goals or wishes. Issues with keeping serious problems to yourself to avoid embarrassment or making someone else angry.

Example: A young girl dreamed of experiencing a flood. In waking life she was in the middle of school exams when her boyfriend broke up with her. She felt overwhelmed by stress.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of a flooding occurring in a room. In waking life she felt overwhelmed by her friend's problems because her friend became too needy with discussing personal problems. She felt she couldn't get a break from her friend.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of flood. In waking life she had recently experienced a very stressful weekend.

Example 4: A man dreamed of experiencing an enormous flood. In waking life he was paying a lot of attention to the news prior to world war 1.


To dream of a floor represents the theme or tone to your involvement in a situation. The condition, color, or type of floor reflects the overall feeling of everything you are doing in your life. For example, a black and white checkered floor would reflect the overall feeling of your life being imbalanced, unpredictable, or chaotic.

To dream of hardwood floors represents the theme or tone of a situation revolving around being powerful without having to be comfortable. Feeling a sense of winning or attractiveness that isn't always sensitive to your feelings. The thrill of success or achievement with the overriding requirement to keep working.

To dream of objects on a floor represents ideas, goals, behaviors, or situations that are on hold or waiting to be restarted. Something in your life that may not be necessary for the moment.

To dream of walking along a floor represents reflect progression or a transition in your life. Consider any colors or designs on the floor to reflect how you may feel as this is happening.

To dream of going to the wrong floor in a building represents situations where you feel stupid for thinking clearly about your efforts to do something differently. Not doing enough or doing too much. A situation in your life where your efforts to do something differently are out of line with your goals (e.g. realizing that you were too honest or realizing you weren't honest enough).

The levels of the floors of the building may use dream numerology to reflect your mental state or intentions. For example, a 5th floor may reflect change and the 9th floor may reflect an ending of some kind. Higher floors may represent higher levels of understanding and lower floors may reflect lower levels of understanding, stress, or fear.

Example: A young woman dreamed of feeling that she would be safer if she kept her feet off the floor. In waking life she was having concerns about a heavy flow menstrual period causing her major embarrassment if she didn't take as much time off from social gatherings as possible.

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To dream of the US State Florida represents a free state of mind that has to be optimistic about everything working out that doesn't want to scare people with seeing problems unless it's important. A mindset that is carefree, relaxed, with a sunny disposition, but more serious than you think about maintaining things that way. A mindset that has to like what's happening like it's simple and doesn't want to think of problems ruining that unless it absolutely has to. Optimism that likes not having to say anything is wrong with your life. A need to keep yourself problem-free that "likes the weather" and needs to stay that way. Optimism that expects realistic behavior from people to keep everything working.

Negatively, dreaming about the U.S. state of Florida may represent a mindset that is compelled to maintain a facade of optimism and cheerfulness, despite underlying issues. Having to be optimistic all the time because nobody wants to listen to why it isn't. A tendency to avoid direct confrontation or acknowledgment of issues, preferring to keep things seeming simple and problem-free, even if this isn't the case. A feeling of being on the edge of angering someone who needs to keep themself problem-free "liking the weather" who needs to stay that way. Feeling that staying optimistic or cheerful for other people doesn't feel good is they aren't going to be realistic.

Example: Example: A woman dreamed of being in Florida. In waking life, she was having difficulty affording her rent due to her godson's unemployment. She felt that if she ever lost optimism about her godson finding a job while supporting him, he might give up his job search, which would cost her more money. In this case, Florida may have reflected her struggle to maintain a positive facade as a godparent to make her godson feel optimistic about her life, despite her escalating financial concerns over rent. She may have felt unwilling to relinquish her godparent status and the familial friendship associated with it, as it was important for her to fulfill her promise as a good godparent, even though it was encroaching on her own happiness.

Example 2: A man dreamed of sitting on a couch with a male student who was wearing a Florida State University warmup clothing while watching a game where the Florida team lost. In waking life, the man had attended a baseball game in person and watched the team lose. Every game he's ever seen in person lost and this disappointed him. In this case, the Florida State University warming up clothing may have reflected his attempt to maintain a positive attitude during the game as a supportive fan because everyone attending the game was as well. The dream may be a sign that the dreamer was too emotionally involved in liking his team with fan hysteria and enthusiasm because attending the game made it personal with mob mentality.


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To dream of flour represents feelings about actions taken to make a situation work. How much or how little of something you need to do in order to make a situation or solution feel good functioning. Only enough effort to solve a problem and nothing more.

Negatively, flour in a dream may reflect your feelings about how far you need to take a lie to make people feel good believing you and accepting it. How far you need to use dishonesty to make people feel good complying with you. Only doing what you feel you have to do in order to get what you want with no genuine wish to help others. Doing only what is required of you to keep people happy and nothing more.

To dream of using flour on a fire may reflect an attempt to handle a crisis with just enough effort to fix it and keep people happy. Not wishing to be 100% helpful or honest in order to stop a problem from getting out of control and doing only what helps you stay comfortable avoiding blame or extra work. Contributing only enough to keep people from bothering you.

Flower Buds

To dream of flower buds represents your feeling that a positive or wonderful situation is beginning. Something that feels good or makes you happy is close to happening.

Flower Pots

To dream of a flower pot represents satisfaction with how nice something is. A situation that is "beautiful enough" so you don't care about anything except noticing it now.


To dream of flowers represents feelings about noticing how positive, nice, or beautiful something is. Appreciating how wonderful or good something in your life is. Feeling love. Appreciating other people. Paying attention to a good thing that is happening. It could also reflect your enjoyment of success that finally unfolding in your life. Enjoyment gained through witnessing something.

Negatively, flowers in a dream may represent vanity, narcissism, or obsession with physical beauty. It may also reflect appreciation of something lost in your life. Dwelling too much on how good your life used to be before something bad happened. Non-objective or naive feelings about love.

Consider the color and the type of flower for additional meaning.

Flowers in dreams are more common to women. This is most likely a reflection of women's tendency to enjoy passivity, peace, or to show others sympathy. It may also reflect women's tendency to be more sensitive about their own physical beauty.

To dream of planting a flower garden may reflect your wish to encourage or carefully create something beautiful. Something nice in your life that feels good to notice all the time. Feeling pride for something beautiful in your life. Wanting to be appreciated or loved. Enjoying the beauty of family or friendships. Negatively, it may reflect an increase in ego or vanity. Enjoying your own physical beauty.

To dream of dead flowers may reflect feelings about attention being given to how disappointing a loss is. Extra attention to tragedy or failure that could have been avoided. Noticing or witnessing something beautiful being wasted. Feelings about something amazing or beautiful to witness being neglected. Beauty ruined.

To dream of a snake near flowers may reflect a fear of failure if you acknowledge something beautiful or amazing. Fear of someone else's jealousy causing you total failure if you enjoy yourself. Fearing making a gesture of respect or appreciation because it may anger someone else. Fear of admitting you like something.

To dream of white flowers represents feelings about nice it is to notice or witness perfect honesty. Enjoying admiring the removal of negativity in your life. Admiring purification of some kind. Feelings about other people who enjoy admiring honesty or purification that you don't like at all.

To dream of red flowers (not roses) represents feelings about how nice it is to notice something bad or dangerous happening. Possibly a reflection of your enjoyment of witnessing bad things happening to bad people. Admiring bad things happening to people you don't like. Admiring destruction of enemies. Feeling that other people are enjoying bad things happening to you. Feeling admired for a lie you told.

To dream dark blue flowers represents feelings of how nice it is to notice insensitivity, meanness, or experiencing losers being pushed aside. Feeling good being about the reason something is insensitive. Admiring professional behavior that overpowers novice behavior. Admiring winning humiliating losers. Admiring intelligence humiliating stupidity. Feelings about other people enjoying witnessing you face difficulty, maturing, or being pushed aside because you are not good enough at something. Feeling that someone enjoys admiring you lose.

To dream of purple flowers represents feelings about enjoying noticing or witnessing something in a neutral state. Enjoying witnessing something carefree. Feeling that it's beautiful to not have to do anything at all. Enjoying or liking not having to get involved in something you don't like. Enjoying stability, calm, or boredom. Negatively, purple flowers may reflect an enjoyment of witnessing other people being totally powerless. Enjoying observing enemies weak and impotent.

To dream of yellow flowers may reflect feelings of importance to appreciate something special. An extra amount of attention being given to need to appreciate someone or something. Extra effort to notice the amazing things something did for you. Extra attention given to something beautiful you have anxiety about losing. Feeling forced to pay attention to something special when you don't want to.

Example: A young man dreamed of planting flowers that he didn't really care about. In waking life he was talking to a girl that liked him, but that he didn't really want to be with. He simply enjoyed being admired. The planted flowers may have reflected how nice he felt to notice the girl liking him while also hinting at his tendency to enjoy leading the girl on for his own enjoyment.

Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing girls picking flowers from a garden. In waking life he was finally beginning to notice himself healing from a serious injury. The flowers may have reflected how wonderful it felt to notice his healing occurring with the worst of his crisis over.

Example 3: A man dreamed of feeling uneasy about flowers he was looking at in a field. He felt silly about being uneasy about the flowers, but still felt that the flowers were not what they appeared to be. In waking life he was being told how good a product that his company was selling was without any receiving any information to guarantee it. When he requested further information people at work got angry at him. The flowers in the field that he was uneasy about may have reflected his uneasy feelings about accepting the company line that the product was unquestionably noticed as perfect by all who tested it and had nothing wrong with it.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing white flowers and then witnessing someone having difficulty breathing because of the white flowers. In waking life she was trying to make her church more honest and get people people to attend more. She felt that the whole church would enjoy noticing the church being more honest and attending more, but someone in the church felt it was too strict.

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To dream of a flute represents you or someone else that is making others feel that nothing wrong is ever happening. Feeling that everything is perfect all the time. Telling others to never worry or care.

Negatively, a flute may reflect perfectionist tendencies or trying too hard to keep others happy.


To dream of handing out flyers represents you or someone else that is trying to make others notice something that isn't usually noticed. It may also reflect telling everyone you know about an idea or plan you have.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing someone with boxes of flyers about to be handed out. In waking life he was about to pay for an email advertising campaign for his very low traffic website.

Example 2: A man dreamed of photocopying flyers about selling his house. In waking life he was telling everyone he knew about his plans to sell his home and move to another country.


To dream of flying represents feelings of a heightened sense of freedom or "reaching new heights." Freedom from restrictions. Often pointing to situations where you are transcending your problems or personal limits. All things seem possible. You may feel you have a lot of choice available to you. Accomplishing your hearts desire in some way. Feeling that nothing can hold you back. A higher level of achievement. Something that made you feel wonderful, capable, and free. Often a reflection creative free expression in waking life. Flying dreams may also occur after a sexual encounter. Enjoying escaping a burden.

Negatively, flying may reflect enjoyment of escaping responsibilities. Having a good time being wasteful.

Difficulties flying symbolizes something in your life that limits you, impairs your ability to realize goals, express yourself fully, or do your best. Freedom or creativity is limited.

Flying dreams are very common around sexual experiences, powerful spiritual experiences, participation in personal passions such as hobbies or the arts. Intelligent people who have creative outlets commonly have dreams of flying to reflect time spent practicing their hobbies.

People tend to have flying dreams more often in their youth. This is most likely because youth offers more opportunities to play, be liberated, or explore new interests. Young people tend to me more focused on achieving new goals. People in performance professions and those who indulge in hobbies or special interests dream of flying the most.

To dream of flying that you can't stop represents feelings of having too much freedom or too much of a good thing. If you are sexually active and feel your partner wants too much sex from you this may be a sign that you need to speak up.

To dream of fearful flying may represent feelings about dangerous levels of freedom that you fear not being able to control. A fear of wasting too much money too quickly.

Example: A man dreamed of being unable to fly more than a few feet off the ground. In real life he felt that living at home with his parents limited his independence.

Example 2: A man dreamed of flying at night time. In waking life he was kicked out of his home and given a huge check to live off of by his abusive controlling father. He moved out, bought all kinds of things, and enjoyed doing things he could never do before knowing the money would run out one day.

Example 3: A man dreamed of flying too high and getting scared. In waking life he got paid a lot of money and feared that was spending it too fast.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of flying. In waking she walked out on her husband and daughter and all the responsibilities of the relationship that she felt were bothering her.

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Flying Saucer

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To dream of a foal represents the early stages of a new and developing ambition or drive. It reflects the potential for growth, learning, and maturation in a particular area of life where you are beginning to become ambitious with. A foal can also symbolize vulnerability and innocence in the pursuit of your goals. A new idea or project that requires nurturing and patience to come to fruition. The beginning stages of a strong ambition or desire. It may symbolize a new creative project, relationship, or endeavor that is still in its early stages.

Negatively, a foal in a dream may represent naivety, immaturity, or inexperience in pursuing your ambitions. You may need to focus on developing your skills, abilities, or knowledge before successfully achieving your goals. Alternatively, a foal may represent undeveloped aspect of yourself that you need to nurture and cultivate to achieve success.

Example: A teenage girl dreamed of seeing a horse with a foal. The foal came up to her and shoved her with his nose. In waking life she was very focused on new music concerts at school after completing a musical. Her grades were slightly falling. In this case the foal may have reflected the girl's drive to pursue her passion for music with the new upcoming school concerts pushing her to prioritize it over her academic responsibilities.

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To dream of bubbling liquid foam represents feelings about behavior or an area of your life that innocently excessive. A wonderful fantastic situation that has gone overboard. Innocent problems that surprise you that they won't stop.

To dream of textured foam material represents feelings about some area area of your life that easily conforms or adapts to you needs. Conformity that returns to a normal state after helping you. Changing for others, but then returning to normal once finished. Feeling that some in your life is never permanently effected. Feeling respected when you want to be.

To dream of foaming in the mouth represents feelings about behavior or a situation being too irrational to listen to. Irrational behavior, thoughts, or ideas you can't respect. An outrageous embarrassment of anger or irrationality.

To dream of insulation foam represents feeling about how easy it is to permanently insulate yourself from problems or differences.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a black angry dog foaming in the mouth. In waking life he experienced a family member get very angry and yelling irrational obscenities.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing foam on her lap create from her tears. In waking life she was still mourning over the death of her brother 6 months after his death. The foam created from her tears may have reflected her feelings about being innocently excessively upset about her brother in front of other people.


To dream of fog represents confusion, uncertainty, or trouble figuring something out. Mystery, secrecy, or mixed signals. The full truth of a situation or relationship is protected from you. A difficult challenge in your life where it's hard to know what is right or difficult to know where you are in relation to your goals. Fog in a dream may be a sign that you need to slow down and proceed with caution.

Negatively, fog may be a sign that you are not thinking clearly or not seeing something for what it is really is. A lost sense of direction. Feeling that you aren't as sure of yourself as you normally are.

Example: A woman dreamed of being driven in a van through fog. In waking life she was having difficulty figuring out whether or not a guy she liked was interested in her. The fog reflected the difficulty she had with the mixed signals she was getting from him.

Example 2: A man dreamed of being surrounded by fog. In waking life he had experienced side effects of a powerful hallucinogenic drug that let him confused and scared for his mental health for an entire day.

Example 3: A man dreamed of walking through a foggy or misty scene in Venice with 3 mysterious people. In waking life the man was Alex Gotfryd, an art department director, who shortly after hired 3 models to capture this dream experience in a photography book called "Appointment in Venice" which received wide acclaim. The dream may have actually been intuitive about the Goyfryd's dream inspiration and uncertainty about how the project would turn out.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing a foggy city from a very high view. In waking life she had been getting spiritual advice from someone about the future of the world and was feeling uncertain and anxious about what it would mean for her future.

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To dream of a folder represents feelings the importance or seriousness regarding the organization and accumulation of ideas or information. A need to organize and manage important aspects of one's life or work in a thoughtful, responsible, or conscientious manner. A professional attitude about remembering as much as you can about something. Feeling that accumulating information or ideas will spare you embarrassment at a later time. A serious attitude about education. A serious attitude about the easy recall of information or memories. Your determination to avoid any potential embarrassment or pitfalls by being adequately prepared.

Alternatively, dreaming of folders may reflect feelings about working in an office or professional setting like a law firm. Your feelings about about personal organization, responsibilities, and tasks.

Example: A woman dreamed of buying folders and binders. In waking life, she felt it was important to return to nursing school while still serving the military with 3 months left. In this case, buying the folders may have reflected her determination to adequately prepare herself to prevent potential embarrassments or difficulties in her imminent return to school.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of talking to her ex-boyfriend and then seeing a folder with papers in it fall under her feet. In waking life, she was questioning whether or not it was a good idea to get back with her ex-boyfriend. In this case, the folder with papers may have reflected her accumulation of memories about her ex-boyfriend helping to make her question his character and suitability.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing a folder with files in it while sitting on a white leather chair. In waking life, she was employed as an office manager in a law firm. In this case, the folder with files may have reflected feelings about working in an office or professional setting in a law firm while dealing with whatever issues she was experiencing that day.


To dream of folding something represents feelings about a situation or area of your life being minimized in an orderly or organized manner, making it easier to deal with. Feelings about not having to speak about an issue for the time being. Thoughtfully not seeing an issue as important until a later time. The totality of a situation is reduced in an intelligent or respectful way. Problems are reduced in a smart and thoughtful way, making them more manageable. A strategic decision to temporarily set aside a larger issue until a later, more suitable time. You may feel that there is no need to address a big issue in the present moment. Adapting, reducing, or changing a situation.

To dream of something unfolding represents thoughtfully seeing the importance of an issue, situation, or emotions that were previously minimized, overlooked, or purposely ignored. Hidden aspects, problems, or opportunities that were previously overlooked or intentionally set aside. Confronting or dealing with previously minimized or deferred issues. Deciding that it's time to speak about an issue previously set aside. Progression of an issue that was temporarily set aside. Consider the saying "the unfolding of events." The unraveling of a situation or person's true intentions. Minimization of an issue expanding to become more serious or powerful. An expected dangerous experience "unraveling before your eyes."

To dream of folding chairs and tables represents feelings about the temporary changeable fleeting nature of a static situation. A stable situation or choices that could "up and go" at any moment. A situation or choice that is stable yet can be quickly altered or dismissed, reflecting a lack of commitment or a temporary accommodation in your waking life. A willingness to listen or comply temporarily. Accepting a situation as not being forever. Feelings about situation or decision that is both strong and temporary. Temporary circumstances, or feelings of instability and impermanence. Given its foldable nature, the chair can represent a situation or a position in life that can be easily altered or dismissed. It may suggest a lack of commitment in your waking life.

Negatively, it may reflect feelings about the temporary nature of a situation or choices that you don't like being temporary. A problem situation you have accepted as easy to get over in a short time. Feeling unstable, transient, while going through a temporary but intense period of grief. Unease or anxiety about the transitory nature of a situation or choice that that could "up and go" at any moment, particularly if you're dissatisfied with its short-term nature.

To dream of a metal folding chair represents feelings about a behavior in static situation that is resilient and transient (e.g. Enduring grief while attending a funeral) that you have to put up with until it's over with. Negatively, metal folding chairs may represents an uncomfortable or unyielding situation that you're forced to put up with temporarily. This could involve emotional discomfort, a challenging circumstance, or a tough decision that demands resilience.

To dream of folding clothing represents feelings about managing and responsibly reducing certain aspects of your personality or behavior. Minimizing the need to behave a certain way. A conscious decision to be less formal, professional, or serious. The folded clothing could symbolize the belief in your ability to adapt your personality as necessary, leveraging skills or training at your disposal. This dream suggests a readiness to present different facets of your personality when appropriate.

Example: A woman dreamed of sitting on a metal folding chair. In waking life, her best friend had died and she was grieving. In this case, the metal folding chair may have reflected her feelings about the resilient, yet temporary nature of her grief.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of folding laundry. In waking life, she had just finished settling a serious problem with her marriage after her husband had been caught cheating. In this case, the folding laundry may have reflected her feelings about putting her marriage back in order and minimizing the aspect of her personality that addressed the cheating with her husband after dealing with it. The folding of the laundry may also reflect her concerns that her husband may cheat again because clothes are most often worn more than once and require regular cleaning.


To dream of following something represents your pursuit of something, your attraction to something, or something in waking life you are seeking.

Negatively, following something in a dream may be a sign that you are not thinking for yourself or blindly pursuing a goal.

To dream of following the opposite sex may be a sign that you are being led by your desire or hope for something good or satisfying to happen. It may also represent being led by sexual attraction.

To dream being followed while you walk around represents feeling of having everything you do watched. A lingering sense that someone wants something from you. A memory or situation that you can't escape.

To dream of being followed and being scared may represent anxiety about a problem never going away no matter what you do. Feeling pursued by guilt, pain, or a bad memory.

To dream of being followed by a creepy stranger may reflect feelings of anxiety or suspicion about negativity from your past resurfacing. It may also reflect feelings of anxiety about a mysterious situation or problem not going away.

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To dream of fondue represents communal sharing or group benefits. You and others are all enjoying the same thing.

Example: A man dreamed of cheese fondue and feeling uncomfortable. In waking life he was back with an ex-girlfriend and felt weird about sleeping with her after other guys had during their break.


Food in dreams represents the type and qualities of experience or energy you take in your life. How certain situations are effecting you. Each food has a unique experience or energy associated with it based of your opinions, feelings, or memories of the specific food.

Certain food symbols tend to be more universal (e.g. apples or oatmeal), while others (e.g. processed food or junk food) take on a much more personal meaning based on your personal feelings about those foods. You need to ask yourself what stands out the most about a certain type of food and see how those qualities apply to your current life situation.

Generally, fruit is symbolic of thoughts that make you feel good, vegetables more nourishing qualities, and meat symbolic about qualities that are more sustaining.

Frozen foods may imply procrastination or putting something off. You've chosen to ignore certain issues or deal with something later.

Thawing frozen food could symbolize issues or situations that are being reconsidered. It may also reflect finally having to confront problems that you put off dealing with. Perhaps, you have been saving something special or important for this moment.

To dream of burned food represents experiences that you are having that went overboard or that you were too eager to have. Burned food may also reflect a lack of carefulness in preparing for a certain type of experience to happen. Distractions, a lack of focus, irresponsibility. Alternatively, burned food may reflect disappointment or feeling that a certain kind of experience won't be good enough.

Refer to the themes section for food for a more in-depth look at dream food symbolism.

Food Fight

To dream that you are in a food fight, represents a conflict over different ideas or perspectives.

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Food Stamps

To dream of food stamps represents feelings about being helped to have just enough as long as you are following the rules and need it. Feelings about deserving assistance that isn't too serious about why you need it.


To dream of someone calling you a fool may reflect an embarrassment you've experienced. You may feel that something you did was the stupidest thing you've ever done.

To dream of calling someone else a fool may reflect your belief that a situation is beyond ridiculous. You may also feel that a stupid mistake has been made.

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To dream of football represents a struggle to gain leverage or power. You are doing everything you can to get as much as you can. It may also reflect conflict as you attempt to steal back what's yours. Difficult issues that requires all your resources to gain ground or keep what you already have. A football game symbolizes issues that are hard to improve yourself on.

Football dreams are common to people trying to lose weight and keep it off.

To dream of a football field represents feelings about being involved in a challenging situation that requires you make effort to gain leverage back. Struggling or training to get leverage back in a situation or relationship. Standing on a football field by yourself may reflect feelings about simply thinking of regaining leverage in a situation without having taken any action yet.

Example: Terry Crews (actor), before he was famous, once dreamed of watching a son (which he didn't have in real life) playing a high school football game. In waking life he was trying to lose weight at the gym while also experiencing serious financial problems. The football game may have reflected his attempts to struggle to get his life back on track and keep it stable.

Example 2: A man dreamed of standing on a football field practicing throwing a perfect spiral. In waking he had lost his first business and couldn't afford to live on his own anymore. He didn't to build his business slowly to that he could regain his former income to allow him to move out of his mother's house again. The football field in this case may have reflected his feelings about the business environment he was in that required him to slowly build the business up to regain a respectable income.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of standing on an empty football field by herself. In waking life she eager to restore her relationship with her ex-boyfriend by making him jealous. Standing on the football field by herself may have reflected her feelings about trying to regain leverage in her relationship with her ex by making him jealous, but not having taken the action yet.


To dream of footprints represents a clear path of ethics, morality, or hard work that can be followed by others. Noticing what someone else did to get where they are.

Example: A young woman dreamed of seeing bloody footprints. In waking life she hated working for her father and didn't want to end up doing the same thing.


To dream of hearing footsteps may reflect uncertainty about what someone else is doing. Knowing that certain action is being taken while having no idea what it's intentions really are.

To dream of footsteps coming towards you represents feelings that a situation or decision is inevitable. Awareness that something is about to happen. A possible sign that you are experiencing tension.

Negatively, hearing footsteps coming towards you may reflect uncertainty or paranoia about a problem or consequence being inevitable. Worrying about a problem or undesirable outcome getting closer. Feeling overwhelmed with panic and uneasiness.

Forbidden Rooms

To dream of a forbidden room may represent feelings about areas in your life that you think are off-limits, risky, or bring about consequences that are too great to bear. These could be repressed desires, unspoken issues, or actions you fear to take due to potential backlash or danger involved.

Positively, dreaming about a forbidden room may be a warning to tread carefully in areas where you may be contemplating risky behavior. It might be a warning or a sign for you to assess the situation more carefully before proceeding.

Negatively, a forbidden room in a dream may reflect the barriers you've built around certain aspects of your life or personality that you're not ready or willing to confront. Fear, guilt, or shame that prevents you from approaching these 'forbidden' topics, holding you back from finding resolution or peace. Fear of violence or angering someone for taking action or speaking up in some way. Actions or experiences that you are afraid to take. Feeling that an issue is time sensitive where you feel prohibited due to being too early or too late. The tension between different areas of your life that prohibits you from feeling comfortable taking a chance. An area of your life that has boundaries that you are afraid to test or move passed. Wasting your time not challenging a bully or overbearing person.

Example: A woman dreamed of a forbidden room. In waking life, she wanted to divorce her husband, but feared he would get violent if she tried. In this case, the forbidden room may have reflected her feelings about seeking a divorce being a dangerous or off-limits area of her life she wanted to explore. Her fear of her husband's potential violent reaction should she proceed with the divorce.

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To dream of being forced represents feelings of being coerced, pressured, or manipulated into doing something that you do not want to do. It may reflect a sense of powerlessness or lack of control over your own life. A fear of authority or an oppressive situation, such as an abusive relationship or a restrictive work environment. Alternatively, being forced may symbolize a need for discipline, structure, or direction in your life, especially if you feel overwhelmed or directionless. A struggle between your own desires and the demands or expectations of others, and may indicate a need to reassess your boundaries or assert your independence.

To dream of forcing someone or something represents an aggressive or dominating aspect of your personality, or a desire to control others or a situation. It may also indicate a need to assert yourself or stand up for your beliefs. An attempt to impose your will, views or beliefs on others.

Example: A young woman dreamed of a forced redemption by the antichrist. In waking life her boyfriend got a good job so they were moving away to start a new life where she needed to get a job and start college. In this case the forced redemption may have reflected feeling pressured to change herself or her values in order to adapt to the new situation.

Example 2: A young woman dreamed of being forced into the ocean. In waking life she felt that her boyfriend never had time for her anymore. In this case being forced into the ocean may have reflected her feelings about not being in control of her own life due to her boyfriend having less time for her.

Example 3: A woman dreamed that moisture was being forcefully removed from her body, which she perceived as dangerous. In waking life, she was going through a divorce and experiencing jealousy as her adult children began spending time with their father. The dream may symbolize her feeling of powerlessness or lack of control over her children's actions, which made her uncomfortable with her divorced life, regardless of the circumstances. The moisture being forced out of her body may represent her ability to be comfortable or vitality being drained away, leaving her feeling vulnerable to jealousy that she can't control her kids not liking her better than her ex-husband.


To dream of the brand Ford represents reliability that notices it's never jealous. Reliability that does exactly what it's supposed to do. Never running from anything without having to be exceptional. Everything you need to do can be afforded. Reliably never a loser. Feels good reliably always listening to why you aren't going to have to lose. Everything in your life has to notice it's working first. Never showing off and always arriving on time. Best person for the job and don't want to be told you're not. Never being let down because reliably working matters first. Respecting yourself having a job.

Negatively, dreaming of the brand Ford represents decision-making that may be too reliably honest for your own good. Decison-making that will never allow you to rise to higher levels of sophistication or "the next level" because you are too focused on reliable function or working. Reliance on parents. Being more focused on reliability than on being exceptional.

Example: A woman dreamed of buying a red Ford Expedition. In waking life she was a mother of a 2 year-old child when she broke up with her ex-boyfriend for cheating on her. She still thought he was a great guy who would make her or someone else happy once he settled down. The red Ford Expedition in this case may have reflected her feelings about how dangerous it is to take care of her child on her own while single while her ex reliably shows up to help her with childcare or money.

Example 2: A 13 year-old girl dreamed of driving in a red Ford Escort with her friend. In waking life she was an unemployed student hanging out with friends. The red Ford Escort in this case may have reflected her feelings about enjoying herself with her friends dangerously behind her parents back never jealous with little money.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of driving a Ford Focus and backing it up into a ditch. In waking life she was having problems with obtaining finances for starting a business license. The Ford focus in this case may have reflected her feelings about herself reliably not wanting to make any mistakes wasting anyone else's time while trying to get the business license financing. The Ford Focus going in the ditch may have also indicated that her jealousy about being too honest on her application about her financial status causing a problem for application approval because she wasn't respected enough.

Ford Model T Car

To dream of the Ford Model T car may reflect feelings about yourself being original and overlooked. Feeling that someone has used you to prove themselves and then purposely neglects you for more interesting things. Exciting originality that "fizzled out" or isn't relevant anymore. A way of doing things that is not as interesting as it used to be. A pioneering attitude or spirit that isn't popular anymore.

Feeling that your decisions, needs, or goals used to be very important, but aren't anymore. Feeling that other people don't respect your needs anymore after first giving you a lot of attention.

Feeling that life used to be centered around you or that people used to be very interested in knowing you. Feeling older, dirtier, or more boring than someone else.

Negatively, Ford Model T car in a dream feelings about yourself or someone else being a "has been" decision maker. A style of decision-making that can only be remembered as original and now less important. Not feeling good thinking that people don't like you anymore. Wasting your energy trying to get attention or be relevant. Feeling that you lost your elite status.

Example: A young girl dreamed of seeing a Ford Model T car. In waking life she was jealous of her mother giving her baby brother all the attention and special treatment after he was born. She felt neglected as the first born child of the household and that her mother would intentionally ignore her while giving the new baby special treatment.

Ford Mustang

To dream of Ford Mustang car represents the ability to effectively make decisions in a given situation where you are getting away with having a good time the way you want and not wasting any time having to stop because you don't have to. Serious attitude about liking yourself and not having to explain it. Not listening to anyone tell you that you're wrong if you don't like it. Nobody is doing anything bigger than you right this second so you don't care about it either. Feeling that it's not important to think of what anyone else thinks because you don't have to. Feeling too serious about having a good time right this minute if you want to and not letting anyone tell you that you're not. Never letting go of what you're doing because you don't have to. Not having to care about anyone else if you don't like it.

Negatively, dreaming about a Ford Mustang may reflect control of a situation that is a bit of a scumbag that never has to care about it like it's the point. Decision-making that has the freedom to not like someone while doing what you want to do anyway. Not respecting anyone who says you're not having a good time and not thinking twice about it. Immoral or scumbag behavior that isn't the worst you've ever seen so nothing makes you stop. Behavior in a relationship that gets away with not listening if it wants to because it hasn't done anything too serious yet.

Example: A young woman dreamed of seeing her ex-boyfriend sitting in a black shiny Ford Mustang, getting herself in the back seat, and then ducking low to avoid being seen. In waking life she was having issues with her current boyfriend due to his alcoholism and was thinking a lot about her ex-boyfriend whom she thought getting back together with was a bad idea. In this case the black shiny Mustang may have reflected her feelings about her current boyfriend making decisions that control the relationship while he doesn't have to fear who she is while he drinks alcohol obsessively and feels good not needing listen to her because isn't an alcoholic yet.

Example 2: A young woman dreamed of seeing a grey 2002 Ford Mustang. In waking life her she was experiencing her boyfriend wanted to leave her while he was very depressed and making claims that leaving her would make her happy. The grey Mustang in this case may have reflected her feelings about her boyfriend being in control of the relationship by being depressed and intentionally acting different to her with claims he wanted to break up. The grey color may have reflected the boyfriend's depression and being different while the mustang reflected the boyfriend getting away with not having to stop having his way because nothing the dreamer did can stop him.


To dream of your forearm represents feelings about your strength, capabilities, and readiness. Your thoughts about your capacity to handle responsibilities, carry out actions, or assert your will. Your self-assessment about your abilities or effectiveness in waking life. The ability to assert yourself by staying on top of a situation or problem. Confronting limitations or challenges that affect your sense of efficacy or competence.

Positively, dreaming about your forearm might represent confidence, competence, or readiness. A conscious understanding of your capabilities and your preparedness to undertake tasks, overcome obstacles, or defend your interests. The dream might also suggest a period of personal growth, enhanced abilities, or increased self-reliance.

Negatively, dreaming about your forearm could represent feelings of weakness, vulnerability, or incapacity. Fears of not being up to a task, feeling unprepared, or lacking the strength or skill to handle a situation. Experiencing self-doubt, apprehension, or the fear of failure. Confronting situations that make you question your abilities or stretch your comfort zone.

To dream of injuring your forearm may represent feelings about impairing your ability to take action, assert your influence, or exercise your abilities. This could indicate self-doubt, setbacks, or perceived limitations that are preventing you from effectively accomplishing your tasks or pursuing your goals. It could be a sign that you're feeling overworked, overstretched, or overwhelmed by responsibilities. Fear, anxiety, or insecurity about your capabilities or performance. It could reflect feelings of inadequacy, incompetence, or vulnerability, especially in situations where your abilities are being tested or challenged.

To dream of your forearm cut off represents feelings of extreme loss of power, ability, or control in your life. This might reflect a situation where you feel completely incapacitated or unable to affect outcomes. It could suggest that you're feeling impotent, vulnerable, or seriously compromised in your capacity to perform tasks, fulfill responsibilities, or assert your will. This dream might symbolize a situation where you're confronting extreme limitations or challenges that drastically affect your sense of efficacy or competence.

Example: A man dreamed of being bitten on his forearm by a rattlesnake. In waking, life he was recently screwed out of a $10,000 job he was doing. In this case, the rattlesnake biting his forearm may have reflected his feelings of being suddenly and unexpectedly undermined or "bitten" in a situation where he was utilizing his skills and strengths with a sense of readiness and confidence to do the job.

Example 2: A teenage girl dreamed of cutting her hands off and seeing her hand on the ground with part of the forearm attached. In waking life, she felt used by someone and now watched them be in love with someone else with no way to do anything to stop it. In this case, the severe forearm on the ground may have reflected her feelings of being significantly diminished in her ability to act or influence situations, akin to losing a part of herself that is instrumental in getting things done or expressing her will. The dream might symbolize her profound sense of loss, powerlessness, and incapacity to affect the romantic dynamics she was observing.


To dream of a foreclosure represents something good is coming to an end. You can't do anything to care about anything you want. You can no longer feel stable or normal believing in something or thinking something. A loss of confidence or failure while working towards something you liked. What you want is now out of reach or impossible.


To dream of a forehead represents your sense of judgment or intellect. A smooth forehead may represent good judgment or easy decisions. A wrinkled forehead may represent worries or burdens.

Negatively, the forehead in a dream may reflect feelings about poor judgement or bad decision making.

To dream of kissing someone's forehead may reflect approval of someone else's judgement. Gratitude for other people's good or helpful decisions.

To dream of having a bump or injury to the forehead may represent a mistake, lapse in judgment, or something that impairs your judgment. Blemishes or embarrassing skin problems on the forehead may reflect feelings about yourself or someone else having make an embarrassing lapse of judgement.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a friend wearing a mask that looked like the copy of the friend's actual face with an embarrassing skin blemish on the forehead of the mask. In waking life the man had won the lottery and noticed old friends he didn't like pretending to apologize to him for being bad friends.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of kissing her friend's forehead. In waking life she was made homeless and was very grateful for her friend's help to get her life back on track.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of energy coming out of her forehead. In waking life she was having problems deciding whether or not her boyfriend was worth keeping.

Foreign Embassy

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Foreign Land

To dream of a strange foreign land represents feelings about situations that are unfamiliar, unstable, or unknown to you. A mindset that is unusual to you. You may be experiencing change or conflict with people that you are not used to. You may feel like an outsider, like you don't belong, or are experiencing a number of new situations. Feeling excluded or apart. How confident or afraid you are in the foreign land may reflect how prepared or anxious you are about any current changes. New situations that you have no prior experience with.

Example: A woman dreamed of being stuck in a foreign country with no escape. In waking life she was aware of herself being close to the beginning of her menstrual period starting. The foreign land she couldn't escape most likely reflected her discomfort with having her period while also not wanting to talk about it to her lover.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of getting on a plane to travel to a foreign country. In waking life he was pregnant for the first time about close to giving birth.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of being in a foreign land. In waking life she was a psychologist in private practice that was trying to change careers by doing a radio show, something she had no experience with at all.

See the themes section for countries for a more in depth look at country symbolism.

Foreign Language

To dream of a foreign language represents a mindset that you don't understand. Feeling alienated, anxious, or helpless because you can't understand others. Difficulty understanding a new type of situation, social atmosphere, or business environment. Feeling that others are not making themselves clear to you. Someone may have an idea or belief system that you don't subscribe to. Feeling excluded or "apart" from something.

Negatively, a foreign language may reflect feelings about the culture of other people's friends and family that you don't like.

To dream of studying a foreign language represents your attempt to understand the behavior of a person or situation that is currently unfamiliar to you. Learning to "speak someone else's language" in order to solve a problem.


To dream of a foreigner represents an aspect of your personality that out of it's place noticing nothing normal for itself. Feelings about being in an unfamiliar setting. Experiencing something that has never been experienced before. Inexperience in a new situation. An aspect of yourself that is inexperienced with what you are doing. Exploring new experiences or trying new things. Feelings about a situation or people being very unusual and different.

Negatively, dreaming about a foreigner represents aspect of your personality that feels like it doesn't belong. Consider the saying "not feeling at home." Ignoring people you don't know. Treating someone as an outsider. Feeling treated as a stranger or treating someone else as a stranger. Favoritism that ignores others. Feeling left out of an inner circle. Feelings about socializing or mixing with being difficult. People you feel you have nothing in common with. Distrust.

Positively, dreaming of foreigners may reflect your comfort or happiness to escape being near what is considered normal or usual because doing something different feels better. Feeling safer in a situation different from what you normally experience because it feels safer. Wanting to be free from what is normal. Doing something new you have never done before. New things that are too unusual.

Example: A woman dreamed of her neighbors being Chinese foreigners. In waking life she didn't know her neighbors very well and thought they disliked her.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being in place was distant and unfamiliar. In waking life she was experiencing the onset of old age. In this case the distant, unfamiliar, or foreign symbolism may have reflected how unusual it felt to accept herself as living with old age.

Example 3: A man dreamed of needing a balance between foreign and English doctors. In waking life he was feeling down and that his life lacked enthusiasm. He wanted to freshen his life up. In this case the "balanced foreign" symbolism may have reflected the dreamers wish to fix his life up with something new that wasn't too unusual.


To dream of romantic foreplay represents strong feelings of approval and co-operation. Special treatment before a bigger enjoyable experience. Listening to other needs more closely while expecting something good to happen.

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To dream of a forests represents an issue that leaves you feeling confused, uncertain, lost, or ejected from arrangements that give you a sense of security. A problem has left you feeling unsatisfied, insecure, or unsettled. A loss of confidence or control.

Example: A man dreamed of being in the middle of a forest with no way out. In real life he had a dangerous health condition that doctors didn't understand and he had no idea how to treat his problem. The forest reflected his health problem having to answers in site.

Example 2: A girl dreamed of being inside a forest. In real life she was obsessed with boy she liked and all her attempts to get closer to him failed. The forest reflected how at loss she felt to get closer to the boy as she jealously tried to win him over from other girls.

Example 3: A man dreamed of being in the middle of a forest. In waking life he was very confused about his future and how his life would turn out. He was struggling to start his life over from scratch and had no idea what to do with his future except to keep working.

Example 4: A man dreamed of walking through a forest. In waking life he was unemployed and having problems getting employed. He felt a lot of confusion about his financial future.

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To dream of forged documents or signatures represents an attempt to fake or mimic the appearance of being genuine. Fooling others into believing that you deserve more than you do or that you've earned something that you haven't. Jealousy or of not looking good or insecurity about not appearing powerful.

You or someone else may be trying to cover up a mistake, lie, or avoid showing others impotence.


To dream of forgiving someone represents feelings of letting go of the past, grudges, or resentment. Feeling that it's important to move on with your life. Letting go of guilt.

Negatively, dreaming of forgiving may be a sign that you are absolving people who may keep repeating the bad things they've done to after you do. Allowing emotions to overpower your judgement making you forgive too easily. Letting your guard down too easily or not respecting yourself as much as you reserve to. Reestablishing bad relationships or bad habits because you are not thinking objectively. Forgiving yourself for something dishonest or evil. Absolving yourself of harm caused to others because it simply doesn't feel good being guilty. Letting go of guilt for things you are not guilty of because you take on too much responsibility for others actions.

To dream of being forgiven by someone represents feelings of being accepted for who are. Forgiving yourself for the past. Giving yourself permission to let go of guilt. Negatively, dreaming of being forgiven may reflect issues acknowledging guilt or accepting responsibility for your actions. Releasing yourself from blame for actions you are guilt of.

Example: A woman dreamed of forgiving her ex-husband because he was in a coma. In waking life she had a restraining order on her ex-husband and was trying to accept her ex-husband as a crazy person so she could move on with her life.


To dream of forgetting to do something may reflect feelings of oversights, neglect, or distractions. Lost opportunities. Having let someone down.

To dream of an object being forgotten may represent feelings about some area of your life being abandoned or neglected. The abandoned self. Not caring or tending to something enough. Feeling irresponsible. Feelings of horror or remorse about your neglectful actions or a major oversight. Feelings of sadness or guilt that haunt you for something you didn't do properly.

Alternatively, forgotten objects in a dream may reflect areas of your life that have long been overlooked, suppressed, or abandoned. An aspect of your personality that feels less dominant than it used to.

To dream of forgetting your baby may reflect feelings about having abandoned or neglected some developing area of your life. Forgetting to be responsible with some sensitive problem. A fledgling project you abandoned.

To dream of forgetting information in a dream often mirrors waking life. It may also problems accepting or adjusting to change. The reality of a situation has not fully "sunk in" yet. Embarrassment that something you've done in waking life can't be easily repeated.

To dream of forgetting your gun may represent feeling of having entered into a situation without leverage or security. Anxiety or embarrassment about not acting as powerful as you expected to.

To dream of forgetting to wear your hat may reflect embarrassment that you look stupid with a different attitude than others expect from you. Feelings of anxiety or embarrassment about lies you've told being exposed. Feelings about anxiety about hair loss you are hiding being noticed by others.

To dream of forgetting a child may reflect feelings about yourself being irresponsible in a new or developing situation. Letting someone down you made a promise to. Oversights with new developments. Embarrassment at having neglected something you were trying to make progress with.

People who are having difficulty with relationship breakups may dream of being intimate with their ex and then realizing that forget that are actually broken up in real life. This may reflect their difficulty accepting the break up.

Example: A woman dreamed of forgetting a child that was left alone. In waking life she was worried that she had let down and neglected a child in her work as a social worker.

Example 2: A man dreamed of attending a family reunion and forgetting a member's name. In waking life he felt embarrassed that he had forgotten the name of an old friend he met.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of kissing her ex-boyfriend and then remembering that they weren't actually dating anymore. In waking life she was having problems accepting that her relationship with her ex was over.

Fork In The Road

To dream of a fork in the road represents a crossroads in your life or an important decision that you need to make. It may reflect your choices or ambivalence about some situation.

To dream of a tree in the middle of a fork in the road represents a problem or event that is forcing you to make an decision.


To dream of a forklift represents decisions or self-control that's focused on rearranging ideals or priorities. A forklift may reflect noticeable or dramatic concessions. It may also point a situation that motivates you to reconsider your views or priorities. You or someone you know may feel the need to put off certain goals or pursue more pertinent objectives.

To dream of being chased by someone on a forklift may represent a fear of change or a wish to avoid giving up certain priorities or goals.

To dream of having an accident with a forklift may represent misplaced priorities. You may have had a "change of heart" that you ended up regretting.


To dream of a fork represents successfulness. A sense of accomplishment. Confidence in knowing that something is always all yours. Your ability to consistently attain something.

To dream of pickless fork or a pick that is losing its picks may reflect a lose of confidence in your ability to succeed. Attaining your goals are not as easy as they used to be.

Example: A woman dreamed of an angry husband throwing forks on the floor. In waking life she was a real estate agent who was finally feeling the consequences of a poor economy on her business. The forks being thrown on the floor reflected her feelings about how difficult it was becoming to feel successful selling homes.

Example 2: A young girl dreamed of a pickless fork. In waking life her mother was having a second baby and she felt that she was no longer important to her mother anymore. The pickless fork may have reflected loss of confidence in getting her parents to care about her or do things for her since the new baby was becoming more important to them.


To dream of formaldehyde may represent your attempt to purposely hold on to the past. Doing something to ensure you never forget something. A sign that you may have issues with letting go or dwelling on the past. Keeping your anger, bitterness, or negative feelings about someone else as strong as the day you first had them.

Positively, formaldehyde represents your attempt to keep something from your past exactly the way it is.


To dream of a math formula represents a solution to a waking life problem that you may be aware of. It may also reflect a method or system you are using. A course of action that you feel always works. Feeling that you can do something perfect every time.

Alternatively, the dream may reflect your frustrations with trying to find a solution to a problem or follow someone else's advice.


To dream of fornication represents feelings about an enjoyable experience being immoral or dishonest. Feelings about other people enjoying themselves in life in ways you feel are immoral or dishonest. Feelings about your or other shaving inappropriate leisure time or habits. Feelings about bad habits that you don't want to discontinue.

Alternatively, dreams of fornication represents emotional struggles with sexual addiction or powerful sexual desire you want to fight against.

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To dream of a fort emotional fortitude. Feelings of being "always on guard" about an issue. Constantly being put on the defensive. Refusing to accept something at all costs. Holding on tight with all your strength. You may be experiencing a very difficult or demanding situation.

To dream of your fort being under attack represents feelings of being emotionally attacked or invaded. Someone may be trying to control you or destroy your perseverance or emotional fortitude.


To dream of a fortress represents strong internal barriers you are setting up. Strongly defending certain ideas, habits, or situations. A perspective on a situation where you refuse to tolerate change or compromise at all.

Alternatively, a fortress may be a sign that you are putting up a barrier between you and others. Shutting down emotionally or stubbornly refusing to listen at all costs.


To dream of making a fortune represents freedom and power to do what you want anytime you want. Something wonderful that it allows you to do it whenever you want. An achievement that pays you long term respect or power. You may have been the best at something for a very long time. It may also reflect strong relationships or friendships that can always been relied on.

To have a fortune and squander it may reflect big opportunities that you feel you've wasted.

Dreaming of someone from the past that made a fortune may reflect your feelings about your youth or important accomplishments from your past.

Fortune Cookies

To dream of a fortune cookie represents feelings about indulgence or difficulty resisting placing one's fate or future in the hands of others. Patronizing or showing humor towards a safe prediction about your fate or future. Feeling good that someone might know the future better than you do simply for something to do. Unexpected messages or insights you might receive in your waking life that might influence your feelings, decisions, or actions.

Negatively, dreaming of a fortune cookie may be a sign that you are putting your fate in someone else's hands. A feeling of uncertainty or anxiety about making important decisions for oneself and the desire to seek guidance or reassurance from outside sources. The need to rely on others for guidance in important decisions. A lack of confidence. Wasting time preoccupied with how you feel about the future instead of facts.

Fortune Teller

To dream of seeing a fortune teller represents your deep concern with what action or choices to make next. Anxiety about the future or making decisions for yourself. Putting all your trust in someone else's intuition or experience. Not knowing what will happen, but feeling that taking action is important. Dreaming of a fortune teller may be a sign that you need to better informed or patient before making a choice.

Negatively, seeing a fortune teller may be a sign that you are so worried with what action or choices to make next that you will listen to anyone who sounds confident. It may also reflect delusions that someone else is better informed about what action to take next. Taking advice from someone unqualified who makes you feel like they are smarter or better than you. Thinking that someone won't like you if you don't follow their advice.


To dream of fossils represents your awareness of something that happened a long time ago that you don't care about anymore. Outdated beliefs, behaviors, or ways thinking. Consider the object that is fossilized for additional meaning.

Alternatively, a fossil may reflect your awareness of how dangerous a situation used to be. Discovering how ignorant, unsafe, or incompetent something used to be. Awareness of wisdom and progress.

Positively, a fossil may reflect your relief that people are not acting so dangerous, ignorant, or primitive anymore.


To dream that you've found something new represents a new insight that you've gained or an unexpected change. Discovering something about yourself that you've never thought was there. It may also reflect new opportunities or new relationships.

To dream that you've found something that you've lost represents rediscovering your strengths, talents, or something that gives you confidence. You're getting back into the grove. It may also reflect an old relationship that has been restarted.


To dream of the foundation of a home or building represents your core or fundamental strengths. A support system. Something you have or live with that gives you a sense of stability. The groundwork or framework of your success or power.

To dream of laying the foundation of a home or building represents important first steps being taken to insure stability for the long term. Getting yourself well prepared before making a big decision. Laying the groundwork of a relationship or project. Making good or powerful start.

To dream of a cracked or damaged foundation to a home or building represents feelings that your core strengths are effected. A powerful sense of support or accomplishment may feel compromised. It may also reflect feelings about a major oversight.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing a foundation to a house ready for a home to be built on top of it. In waking life she prepared to leave her job for another job not realizing that her current boss would never sign her resignation form to release a pension. The foundation in this case may have reflected the dreamers naive feelings about being perfectly prepared with a "foundation to a new career" to build a new happy life without conflict.


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 O    P    Q    R    S    T    U    V    W    X    Y    Z    #

F - F2 - F3 - F4


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