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To dream of a rhinoceros represents pushiness or forcefulness. Aggressive people in your life that you feel don't listen. Feelings about someone aggressively telling you to get out of their way.

Negatively, a rhinoceros may reflect feelings of embarrassment for having overlooked how dangerous or angry someone could be. Fear of getting in someone else's way or interfering in something someone has warned you about not interfering in.

To dream of a white rhino may reflect pushiness or forcefulness that has good intentions. Examples may be doctors forcing you take drugs or parents forcing you to do something.

Example: A woman dreamed of looking at a photo of a rhino. In waking life she was in a lawsuit and her defense was that she remembered the her opponent assertively telling her to not get involved with the issue that was brought to court.

Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing someone inject something into a rhino in order to make it weaker. In waking life he had to borrow money off friends in order to stop his bossy landlord from kicking him out of his house for non-payment of rent.


To dream of a prize ribbon represents feelings about some area of your life being noticed for excellence. Feeling that you have been acknowledged for being the best at something.

To dream of a gift ribbon represents feelings about some area of your life being noticed as special. Feeling that something is uniquely "just for you."


To dream of ribs (rib cage) represents how insured you feel about being unable to lose. Some area of your life where there is guaranteed protection that you don't even have to think about.

Any harm or danger to your ribs in a dream may reflect feelings about your fundamental sense of security being under attack. Feeling that a level of security you have and never worry about in under threat. Vulnerability to something you've never been vulnerable to before.

To see skeleton rib bones in a dream may reflect a pointless need for security or defense. An area of your life where there has been total failure, but someone or something refuses to acknowledge it.


To dream of rice represents feelings about a choice or experience being simple and straightforward the way it is without needing to explain itself. An experience that is simple and straightforward without risking anything more than you want it to.

Negatively, dreaming about rice may represent feelings about a choice or experience that overdoes simplicity or straightforwardness to the point of encouraging boredom, monotony, or the mundane. Feelings about a situation that doesn't get to be more interesting than it already is without choosing it to be. Accepting a situation as simple and straightforward when it may require more complicated involvement in order to prevent losing.

To dream of a large bag of uncooked rice may reflect feelings about lots of potential for simple and straightforward experiences that haven't happened yet because you didn't want them to. Feeling stupid about preparing or waiting for something simple and straightforward to happen. Feelings about lots of simple and straightforward work or waiting being required to reach a goal.

To dream of spoiled rice may represent feelings of disappointment or dissatisfaction with the outcome of a situation that was initially perceived as simple and straightforward. Regret or frustration over a situation that once seemed simple and straightforward but has become complicated or no longer viable. Feelings about letting a simple and straightforward situation become complicated due to neglect or inaction. What seemed uncomplicated and easy may have turned out to be flawed or ruined in some way. The decay or deterioration of the straightforward experience, indicating that things did not go as planned or expected.

Example: A woman dreamed of trying to find some cooked rice, but could only find spoiled rice. In waking life, she told a married man that she was having an affair with that they should put the relationship on hold until his wife calmed down after having found the woman's phone number. The dreamer felt unable to stop the relationship. In this case, the spoiled rice may have reflected her initial feelings about the extra-marital affair being simple and straightforward the way it was without needing an explanation before the wife became suspicious about it and ruined it.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of a large bag of uncooked rice being desperately dragged out of a church door. In waking life, she felt stupid for believing it was an intelligent idea to tell her employers that she wanted to wait to take a job opportunity. In this case, the large bag of uncooked rice being desperately dragged may have reflected how she felt stupid making an effort to protect her initial decision to delay the job opportunity being a simple and straightforward choice without needing further justification.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of rice falling on her making her cry. In waking life, she had issues with weight loss and dieting. In this case, the rice falling on her may have reflected her feelings about the simplicity and straightforwardness of following a diet plan or weight loss strategy being overwhelming or burdensome while not working.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing a large bag of uncooked rice. In waking life, she was unemployed and thought it was an intelligent idea to wait patiently by the phone for all her potential employers to call her back when none were. In this case, the large bag of uncooked rice may have reflected her feelings about the simple and straightforward need to be more involved with her job search by calling employers back that she hadn't even thought about starting yet.

Example 5: A woman dreamed of eating rice. In waking life, she wanted to leave her boyfriend because he was already married, but felt it would be a stupid idea because her boyfriend didn't like his wife and she believed he might leave her one day. In this case, eating rice may have reflected her feelings about the decision to stay with her boyfriend being a simple and straightforward choice because his dissatisfaction with his wife was so obvious it didn't need an explanation about why it was only a matter of time before he got divorced.

Rice Crackers

To dream of rice crackers represents positive choices that don't feel good. Having to behave yourself, act accordingly, or stay out trouble to the point where feeling good is not possible.

Rice crackers may reflect impatience with situations that are in your best interest.

Example: A man dreamed of burning rice crackers. In real life his abusive father was dying in the hospital and he was having thoughts about "pulling the plug" to get his inheritance faster. The rice crackers reflected the positive choice of waiting for his father to die that he couldn't stand to do.


To dream of being rich represents a constant sense of power or confidence in your abilities. You may have a lot of skill or resources. Feeling nothing can stop you. Being rich may also reflect your feelings of being the best at something.

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To dream of an amusement park ride represents chaos or unpredictability in your life.

To dream of going for a joyride in a car may represent how good you feeling making decisions or going on a power trip. To dream that someone else is driving during a joyride may reflect how you feel while someone else goes on a power trip.

To dream of riding an animal represents certain behavior or feelings that are driving your decisions. Consider the type of animal for further meaning.

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Riding Sex-Cowgirl (Girl On Top)

To dream of riding sex represents a positive experience where someone or something is catering to another. Feeling good noticing something being done for you.

If you are riding someone it may reflect a positive experience where you are doing all the work for someone. If you are being ridden it reflects a positive experience where someone is doing all the work for you.

Riding sex can point to situations where you like someone so much that you enjoy doing anything you can for them. Negatively, it can point to a person in your life that you are allowing to use you.

Example: A young man dreamed of having riding sex with another male friend where he was the girl. In waking life he enjoying hiding his friend from the police.


To dream of a rifle represents a decision or power that is precise. Perfectly aiming for the problem or something you don't like.

A rifle often appears in dreams when you are telling someone else exactly what their problem is.

Example: A young immigrant boy had recurring nightmares about a rifle attack. In waking life his entire family was gunned down one by one in his old country. The rifle reflected his horrible feelings about how careful and specific the murder of his family was.

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To dream of the right side represents irrationality, wrong, bad, chaotic, creativity, lying, immorality, disorder, things that are wild, untamed, or out of control. Right can also represent negativity.

To dream of standing on the right facing the left represents an observation of a situation where you are aware of yourself having a illogical, over-emotional, or embarrassingly incorrect view of a situation. Awareness or surprise that you are wrong about an outcome. Confronting the truth. Feelings about someome else having a more intelligent idea than you do. Shock that someone else would behave a certain way.

The left or right sides in a dream are often one of the most revealing symbols in a dream giving you insight into how truthful or logical some aspect of your thinking is.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing her husband in a car veering off to the right. In waking life her relationship with her husband was becoming more verbally abusive than normal.

Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing a man with black eyes standing on the right side facing the left. In waking life he was shocked to find out how terrible and dishonest someone he trusted was.


To dream of Rihanna represents an aspect of personality that is more incredible than other people (or gets the most attention) for behavior that feels good being beautiful, "badasser", and innocent about why it never embarrasses itself with being scared to believe in itself no matter what happens. Looking better than someone else while something dangerous is happening and not minding it because you're innocent. Looking good handling yourself never doing anything that anyone could ever say is guilty when other people are.

Negatively, dreaming of Rihanna may represent behavior that's never letting go of something guilty while not minding looking good with it. Behavior that is never embarrassing itself being guilty while something dangerous is happening and not deserving to explain itself for wanting to look good with it. Not liking to have to think that something guilty is happening even when nothing guilty is happening.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing Rihanna in black lingerie sitting on a couch in a hotel room ready for sex. In waking life, he discovered ChatGPT to help him rewrite a dream dictionary to prove to law enforcement that he actually wrote it himself and the mafia didn't. In this case, Rihanna may have reflected his perception of the new ChatGPT version of the dream dictionary he was working on as something popular, better than someone else, without feeling embarrassed by anyone accusing him that he wasn't already the real author or being entangled with dangerous influences like the mafia.


To dream of a ring represents commitment being impressive or admirable. Commitment to a relationship or to a new endeavor. Promises made. A reflection of your loyalty to your ideals, responsibilities, beliefs, or other people. Alternatively, a ring may also reflect your desire for commitment. Hoping that someone will want to have a romantic relationship with you.

Negatively, dreaming about a ring may reflect the jealousy of someone else's committed relationship. You may feel that a committed relationship with someone is unattainable or impossible. A commitment to immorality, crime, or evil.

To dream of a gold ring represents feelings of commitment tied to something that feels impressive with being valuable or important to keep. A commitment or promise that is guaranteed. Commitment to relationships that feel too valuable to lose. Feelings about secure relationships, commitments, or promises. It may also reflect your desire for loyalty, security, or permanence.

To dream of a silver ring represents feelings of commitment tied to something that feels good being lucky or intuitive about nothing you do looking strange. Looking good being lucky that you met someone you are committed to. Being committed to a job you feel lucky to have. Being committed to something you don't want to be committed to because your life is luckier with it than without it.

To dream of losing a ring represents feelings about a lost commitment or broken promise. Falling out of love with someone or losing your attraction to someone. Unexpected changes that make you lose your original interest in a person or plan.

To dream of a damaged ring represents feelings about deterioration with long-term commitments or relationships. Betrayal that makes it more difficult to maintain your commitment or promises. Making a lot of effort to maintain your commitments. Difficulty believing in promises or commitments after experiencing dishonesty of some sort.

To dream of washing a ring may reflect feelings about needing to renew a bond or commitment. Unaddressed feelings about needing to make up with a partner. A wish to restore a relationship to its former state.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing a man she liked wearing a wedding ring. In waking life, she desired to have a serious commitment from this man. In this case, the wedding ring may have reflected her hopes and desires for a committed relationship with the man she liked.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being happy to find an antique diamond ring at the bottom of a swimming pool, but that later was gone. In waking life, she was trying to reconcile her relationship with her boyfriend, expecting all to go back to normal, but in the end the relationship couldn't recover. In this case, the diamond ring may have reflected her hopes for a restored perfectly committed relationship.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of having a "God ring" on her finger. In waking life, she was having concerns about her faith and her loyalty to God. In this case, the "God ring" may have reflected her feelings about her commitment to her faith.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of feeling that it was important to wash her ring to restore it to its previous color. In waking life, she was having relationship issues with her partner with whom she was separated from. She felt it was important to speak to her partner about their love for each other to renew their bond. In this case, washing her ring to restore it to its previous color may have reflected her desire to renew and refresh their commitment to each other and restore the relationship to its former state.

Example 5: A young woman dreamed of having silver rings on her fingers. In waking life, she didn't like her job and didn't like the people that she worked with, but stayed because the company offered benefits during COVID while she was divorced. In this case, the silver rings may have reflected her commitment to her job and the people she worked for because it was luckier than running her own business during COVID-19.

Example 6: A woman dreamed of having a silver ring with diamonds on it. In waking life, she met a man 8 months previous who kept making arrangements to meet her, but he kept canceling the plans. In this case, the silver ring may have reflected her commitment to waiting to meet the man she felt lucky with coincidence to have met.

Example 7: A woman dreamed of her ex-boyfriend walking up to her to give her a gold ring. In waking life, she was asking God if her ex-boyfriend was the right one for her or if it was best to let him go. In this case, the gold ring may have reflected her feelings of potential commitment to her ex-boyfriend as someone who was too valuable to let go for the rest of her life.

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To dream of rioting represents feelings of being restless with something you disagree with. Anger, resentment, and strong with for change. Pressuring others to change. Feeling upset about an issue. Feelings about multiple aspects of your personality that are confronting a stubborn problem. Feelings about not being willing to put up with a problem ever again. A need to be louder about problems or frustrations than usual.

Negatively, rioting in a dream may reflect feelings of being too little to confront a big problem. Internal frustrations that want to be louder or more assertive about problems, but aren't initiating it. Jealousy or desire to confront frustrations.

Alternatively, rioting in a dream may reflect your feelings about other people being upset with decisions you've made. Confronting a lot of resistance to your personal style of handling a situation or to you power to control.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing Greek people rioting against the fence of a Greek Presidential building. In waking life he was starting to resent supporting his father and starting to become more assertive in pressuring him to change his ways.


To dream of seeing the letters RIP may reflect feelings of obviousness about the ending of some area of your life. Difficulties accepting a sign in your life that change or failure has occurred. Not feeling good accepting change. Feeling taunted by the possibility of a total failure. Depressing feelings about losing power or status. Feeling that the "writing is on the wall" that your life, success, or power is over.

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To dream of something being ripe represents readiness to experience or that conditions in a situation are right to allow you to enjoy yourself. Feelings about a situation being "the right time." Feelings about other people being psychologically ripe for you to accept in your life because they've changed. Feelings about potential romantic interests being ready to date because they stopped datng someone else.

Negatively, dreaming about something being ripe may reflect feelings about the readiness of people to be used or exploited.

To dream of fruit that is ripe represents feelings or readiness to enjoy. Sweet reward or financial gain. Romantic interests that are ready.

To dream of some fruit that is not ripe represents feelings about something not being ready to enjoy. Feeling annoyed that something is not ready to experience yet. Impatience with waiting to enjoy something.

To dream of fruit that is past ripeness represents a lost opportunity.

Example: A woman dreamed of a ripe watermelon and half ripe pumpkin. In waking life she started dating someone and felt good getting her life back on track. The ripeness of the watermelon and pumpkin may have reflected her feelings about the readiness of the person she started dating to become a serious romantic partner.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing a ripe banana. In waking life she found out that her husband was involved with another woman and felt that her marriage was in trouble. In this case the ripe banana may have reflected her feelings about the readiness to improve her sex life to keep her husband happy.

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To dream of something being ripped by accident represents feelings about having overestimated the strength of some area of your life. An area of your life that is "coming apart." Heightened feelings of needing to be careful or that some area of your life is too sensitive to falling apart. Disappointment that someone didn't like your ideas. Unexpected relationship breakups. Unexpected weakness or flaws.

To dream of something being ripped intentionally represents feelings of disliking something. Dissatisfaction with the direction a situation is going. Insulting someone. "Ripping someone off" or feeling "ripped off." Not liking an idea or jealousy of other people's ideas. Feelings about a relationship being intentionally ended. Ruthlessness. Impatience with other people. Feelings about agreements endings. Insensitively sharing.

To dream of something being ripped in half represents feelings about eagerness and impatience to create separateness or division. Feeling that someone has "ripped apart" you story, arguments, or ideas. Arrogance or brute force that wants to cause division. Traumatic division or separation. "Feeling torn" from valued friendships or relationships. Feeling separated from something in your life in a manner that was neglecting your feelings. A lack of concern for feelings with a division in some area of your life.

To dream of something having a small rip represents feelings about some area of your life never being the same as it originally was. Feeling that something or someone wasn't very careful with an area of your life. Negligence that you can accept. Lingering feelings about criticism.

To dream of something being ripped out of something else represents feelings about traumatic changes, sudden ruthless actions, or feelings about a serious lack of concern for carefulness was exercised. Eagerness and impatience to reduce something. Hasty action to fix something. Desperation to avoid problems or embarrassment that is reckless.

To dream of clothing being ripped may reflect feelings of conflict or jealousy within the personality. Feeling abruptly separated or divided from behaving the way you want. Feeling "torn" from feeling or thinking normally. Feeling that someone mean doesn't want you to think or behave in a certain way ever again.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a woman having her skin ripped from her flesh. In waking life he was experiencing himself living with the trauma of a sudden and dramatic event that ruined his life. The ripping in this case may have reflected his feeling about how traumatic and ruthless the dramatic event felt ruining his life.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of having flesh ripped from her arm by a spider. In waking life she had experienced a traumatic breakup with her boyfriend and believed that her life would never be the same again.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing her fiance vomiting so much that it ripped out parts of his throat. In waking life she felt that due to sudden traumatic changes to monthly costs that the fiancee didn't want to talk about money or their future goals anymore.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of having to "rip apart" her boyfriend from a female friend he had. In waking life she felt a need to assert herself to stop her boyfriend from getting to close to the female friend.

Ritual Sacrifice

To dream of a ritual sacrifice represents feelings about letting go, giving up, or relinquishing something that is significant or deeply ingrained. A sacrifice of your values, beliefs, desires, or aspects of your identity, often for a perceived greater good or necessity. Your thoughts about the importance of personal sacrifice, transformation, and the changes it brings about in life. Something in your life that is being completely given up for a greater cause.

Positively, dreaming about a ritual sacrifice might symbolize a conscious choice to give up something important for a greater cause, self-improvement, or as part of a transformative process. A willingness to endure short-term loss or discomfort for long-term gain or growth. The release of old habits, beliefs, or aspects of the self that no longer serve you, paving the way for renewal and new beginnings.

Negatively, dreaming about ritual sacrifice could represent feelings of loss, coercion, or being forced to give up something of value against your will. Resentment towards situations or people that demand sacrifices you are not willing to make. A fear of losing a part of yourself or something you cherish due to external pressures, changes, or transitions. A sense of powerlessness, surrender, or the need to conform to expectations or demands that conflict with your values or desires. A call to reevaluate their actions and make more ethical choices.

To dream of being a human sacrifice represents a sense of being expendable or used by others for their gain or benefit. Feelings of powerlessness, victimization, or being manipulated by someone or a situation. You may feel that you are giving up a significant part of yourself or your well-being for the sake of others. A fear of being sacrificed or taken advantage of in a particular relationship or circumstance, where your needs and desires are disregarded for the interests of others. A reflection of your concerns about being used or coerced into actions or decisions that go against your values or desires. Feelings of self-surrender, resignation, or giving up aspects of yourself, often in a dramatic or extreme way. Sacrificing your own needs, desires, or ambitions for someone else's benefit or for a larger cause. Feelings of victimization, being unfairly chosen to bear burdens or suffer consequences. A sense of being overwhelmed by circumstances or by the demands of others, leading to feelings of powerlessness and helplessness. Sacrificing too much of yourself or compromising your values, possibly to the point of losing your sense of identity. Feeling that everything important about you as a person is being given up for others benefit.

Example: A woman dreamed of watching a special on the History Channel about newly found child sacrifice spots all over her local area. In waking life, a pagan temple opened up in her local area the day before. In this case, the child sacrifice may have reflected her concerns or discomfort regarding the new pagan temple in her community being immoral and sacrilegious about encouraging people to surrender or relinquish their spiritual innocence without serious thought. She may have also felt that certain aspects of her cultural or religious identity were being sacrificed or compromised.


To dream of a river represents negative situations or uncertainty in your life that is temporary. You are directly confronting obstacles, unfamiliar situations, or unwanted changes that are necessary in the interim or as part of the "flow of your life." Bad moods or temporary fighting. A short term busy schedule. Negative or uncertain situations that challenge you with progressiveness (e.g. fever or flu) requiring staunch short-term persistence or courage so that you can "get through" them.

To dream of crossing a river represents a obstacle of uncertainty, difficulties you need to overcome, or unwanted situations. Unpleasant situations that are temporary. Crossing a river symbolizes moving through a phase prior to achieving a goal.

To dream of floating down a river in a boat represents navigating temporary difficulties or unpleasant situations. How well you sail down the river reflects how well you are dealing with problems in your life.

To dream of a dirty river represents your feelings about a temporary problem or obstacle being very immoral or questionable. Feeling that you may temporarily have to face a short term problem that is exceptionally unpleasant, distasteful, or requiring you to lower your ethics. Temporarily confronting a very ugly situation.

Positively, a river may reflect your ability to take chances in social situations or to try new things you've never tried before. The thrill of life. Taking important chances.

To dream of a frozen river may reflect a freezing of your interest in taking chances in life. Shutting yourself off socially or allowing yourself to feel old.

To dream of a river overflowing represents feelings about a temporary problem becoming more unstable or dangerous that you first expected. A temporary or short term challenge may be starting to feel more difficult than you first expected.

Example: A woman dreamed of throwing large stones onto a frozen river to break up the ice and get the river flowing again. In waking life she started to get over her son and husband's death and begin living again.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing a red river. In waking life she was experiencing her menstrual period.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of looking at a river and seeing two men fighting. In waking life she was debating whether to leave her husband and move to another country. The river may have reflected her feelings about leaving her husband being a temporary moment of uncertainty that she had to "cross over" in order to be happy.

Example 4: A young man dreamed of sailing a small boat in a river. In waking life he was experiencing fighting with his father that he believed was temporary, but necessary.

Example 5: A young man dreamed of having trouble crossing a river. In waking life they were having difficulty having the motivation and energy required to study hard enough to pass a difficult test at school.

Example 6: A woman dreamed of needing to cross a river. In waking life she was experiencing a lot of grief over the death of a loved one and was trying hard to get over her grief.

Example 7: A woman dreamed of jumping across a river. In waking life she was very uncomfortable as she tried to escape friends that she felt were becoming a bad influence.

Road Rage

To dream of road rage represents frustrations with delays or setbacks that interfere with your life choices or the direction in life you are headed. You may be angry with someone or something that holding you back. Alternatively, it may reflect low tolerance for people who don't notice you or what you're trying to do at all.

Negatively, road rage may reflect your feeling that your choices are more important that other people's. It may also reflect a low tolerance for disrespect or interference.

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Road Signs

To dream of a road sign represents advice or signals about whether the direction you are taking in life is the right one. What life or people tell you about what you should do next as you move forward with your goals.

To dream of missing road signs or being unable to read them may reflect your misunderstanding of advice or signals as you makes progress with a goal. Feeling that you didn't have all the right information that you needed. Feeling behind, lost, or embarrassed that you've lost out on an opportunity.


To dream of a roadblock represents feelings about obstacles or setbacks to a progressive situation in waking life. Feelings or signals that you need to try harder to overcome obstacles to your goals. The direction you are taking in life or in a particular situation is experiencing a setback to progress.

To dream of a roadblock by officials checking for ID may represent you feelings about setbacks and having to prove your qualifications or abilities. Your level of experience may have been called into question while you believed you were making good progress in life. An obstacle of safety or security interfering with progress.

Alternatively, a roadblock may be a sign that you are being self-critical or need to explore new possibilities. A reflection of your need for new creative outlets.

To dream of a roadblock by fallen trees, boulders, or others obstacles represents your feeling about situations or people that are getting in the way of your progress. A tragedy, crisis, problem, or difficult person is creating a serious problem.


To dream of roadkill represents your view of something that has failed or embarrassed itself getting in your way. Another person's goals or intentions that were lost while getting in the way of someone else's. It may also reflect you or someone else that didn't listen to a warning. Unintentional damage while pursuing a goal.


To dream of a real roadrunner represents behavior that doesn't waste time needing to try to outsmart everything else as fast as it can. Swiftness, agility, and tenacity that wants to be better than someone else at something as fast as possible.

Negatively, it may reflect a tendency to look stupid or ignorant trying to hastily attempting to quickly outsmart everything or everyone as fast as you can. Dishonesty or ignorance that doesn't waste any time trying to outsmart responsibilities or obligations as fast as possible.

To dream of the cartoon Roadrunner from Looney Tunes represents feelings of always outsmarting or outmaneuvering problems, obstacles, or individuals who wish to impede your progress to the point of being ridiculous or comedic. It could symbolize cleverness, agility, and speed in overcoming challenges with a hint of comedic relief.

Example: A man dreamed of having a real roadrunner in a cage. In waking life, he felt he was better than other people at understanding dreaming while planning to upgrade his skills when it felt there was no need for it other than to enhance his skills. In this case, the roadrunner in a cage may have reflected his feelings of containing his own swift and agile capacity to understand dreams more than others.


To dream of a dirt road symbolizes a path in life that is difficult, turbulent, or filled with problems. A lot of hard work may be required from you.

Long roads symbolize longer periods of adversity, obstacles, and struggles.

To dream of a paved road represents your path in life being easy or laid out for you. Your sense of direction is clear or catered to. Smooth sailing or nothing getting in your way.

Negatively, a paved road may reflect a difficult time of your life that feels like you can't escape the mundane. It may also reflect a life path that is too easy.

If you know the street then your feelings or memories about it symbolize where you are mentally or emotionally in your life.

The condition of the road symbolizes how difficult or emotionally turbulent the direction of your life is.

If a road is dark this man represent confusion, problems, or a lack of understanding as you pursue goals.

To dream of standing in the middle of a road may reflect feelings about your current life situation being risky or dangerous. Feeling that "stakes are higher" than normal. Feeling uncomfortable that you could be embarrassed by something terrible or dangerous. Feeling that problems or other people could make your life very difficult if you aren't careful.

Example: A man dreamed of standing in the middle of the road on a street. In waking life he was very uncomfortable that his rich sick father would change his will at the last moment and embarrass him front of his family if he wasn't careful about how he acted towards his father.


To dream of a roar represents you or someone else that is making a gesture of control, aggression, or domination. Making it known "who is boss." A roar may also reflect an outburst of anger.


To dream of a roast represents pleasant feelings that some part of you life will never be a problem ever again. Comfort, home, and satisfaction.

Feeling good enjoying an situation that allows you experience winning slowly and confidently. Laughing at problems or enemies being totally overcome.

Negatively, roast in a dream may be a sign that you are enjoying playing with power that cares about nothing except noticing yourself having it easy. Enjoying playing with someone else's feelings while witnessing them never able to escape your dominance.

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To dream that you have been robbed represents feelings of being robbed of power, happiness, or independence. Feeling that a situation is unfair or that you are being treated unfairly. Losing the ability to feel the way you want or do what you want. Feeling your happiness or enthusiasm taken from you. You feel a person or situation has ruined your hopes, spirits, or mood. Suffering a loss. Wanting something that you can't have.

To dream that you rob someone may represent situations where you are forcing people to do things that may make them unhappy or permanently lose their enthusiasm. Telling someone what to do while knowing that they don't like it. Outright stealing your success or taking credit that isn't yours. Feelings about a situation being too easy or taking advantage of others.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing someone being robbed. In waking life she was enjoying reading a book until she met the author and had an argument with them. She felt that she couldn't enjoy the book anymore.

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To dream of a ceremonial or ritual robe represents feelings about formality, ritual, or honoring a special occasion, purpose, or state of being attacked to a role. Your perception of a particular role or responsibility that you or someone else is taking very seriously. Feelings of spiritual duty, humility, importance, reverence, or sanctity attached to a certain action, position, or life event. A situation in life where you are thinking about spirituality duty exclusively as your most important role. Taking work roles seriously.

Positively, dreaming of a ceremonial robe may indicate your respect for tradition, your own or others' achievements, or the marking of a significant milestone with regard to a role. Feelings of dignity, spirituality, or a deep connection to your beliefs. Wearing a ceremonial robe could symbolize a rite of passage or the acknowledgment of a new stage in your life, such as graduation, marriage, or spiritual enlightenment. It could also reflect a sense of unity or belonging to a group that shares common values or goals.

Negatively, a ceremonial robe in a dream might represent feelings of being forced into formality or ritualistic behavior of a role that you don't agree with. Fear of not meeting the expectations attached to a particular role. You may feel that the ritual or formality is outdated, meaningless, or does not align with your true self. Alternatively, it may point to an abuse of power or authority, where the robe serves as a facade to cover up deceit or unethical actions. Honoring a role that supports immorality or evil. Taking a role too seriously. Behavior that is excessively ritualistic.

Alternatively, a robe may reflect feelings that your role is more important than someone else's role.

To dream of a group of people wearing ceremonial or ritual robes may represent collective beliefs, values, or goals that are being emphasized or celebrated. A situation where roles and responsibilities are being formalized or respected on a communal level. The robes could represent shared spiritual duties, ethical commitments, or professional responsibilities among the group. Corporate or church ritualistic behavior.

Positively, seeing a group of people in robes could symbolize a harmonious gathering where everyone is on the same page, be it spiritually, professionally, or in some other important aspect of life. A strong sense of community, shared purpose, or collective achievement. Inclusion in this collective identity or purpose.

Negatively, if the dream evokes feelings of discomfort or unease, it might point to feelings of coercion or forced conformity. You may feel that the collective is engaging in ritualistic behavior that you find meaningless, outdated, or contrary to your personal beliefs. In extreme cases, the group in robes could represent a cult-like mentality or an abuse of power, where the robe serves to legitimize or cover up unethical actions.

If you are outside the group or wearing a different kind of robe, this could reflect your feelings of being an outsider or not conforming to the collective expectations. It might indicate that you question the legitimacy or value of the group's role, or that you're grappling with your own role in relation to the community.

Example: A woman dreamed of wearing a beige ceremonial robe. In waking life, she was a street pastor and felt that God was calling her to go on a mission to help wherever the need was greater than her own life. In this case, the beige robe may have reflected her feelings of spiritual duty, humility, and reverence for the mission she felt called to undertake.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being in church and seeing that everyone else was wearing a green robe while she was wearing a red robe. She asked why everyone was wearing a green robe and a woman told her that in order to be in the group someone had to request it. In waking life, she was struggling to decide whether to stay with her job or not. The woman in the dream talking to her was someone she felt was trying to steal her job. In this case, the robes may have reflected her feelings about workplace roles and the importance of formality attached to them. Her feelings about workplace rituals required to be accepted or promoted.

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Robin Hood

To dream of Robin Hood may represent behavior that is focused on taking from others that are greedy or spoiled and sharing it with the less fortunate. You may feel that someone is not deserving of what they have or that someone has too much. Taking it upon yourself to restore balance when something has become excessive.


To dream of robins represents behavior that doesn't mind trying a new opportunity no matter what happens in order to transcend limitations. An open-minded attitude towards trying something different and explore new opportunities in order to relief yourself of a problem. Risking everything to try something new before it's too late and leave problems behind. Behavior that is never embarrassed about embracing new ideas or experiences, particularly when time might be running out. The advent of new opportunities. The joy in seizing a new opportunity.

Example: A woman dreamed of hearing a robin singing outside as she walked down a market-hallway. In waking life, she was enjoying shopping after Christmas in order to secure post-holiday deals and was shocked to find wrapping paper she wanted being sold for the cheapest price she's ever seen. In this case, the robin singing may have reflected her joy in seizing a new opportunity to save money and the optimistic anticipation of future savings.


To dream of a robot represents a mechanical, methodical and rigid thinking style. Automatic thinking or responses that are not thought out. Totally straight forward or emotionless decisions. Behavior that unemotionally doesn't explain itself.

Alternatively, a robot may reflect your perception of someone who does whatever you tell them without questioning it. It may also reflect your own tendency to do whatever someone else tells you without questioning it.

Example: A high school student dreamed of robots chasing him. In waking life he felt that friends at his school weren't a good influence anymore and so he felt he had to change schools as soon as possible. The robots chasing him may have reflected his fear about changing schools so directly, unemotionally, and without explaining himself to friends.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of giant scary chicken robots killing her dog. In waking life she felt that her husband was cheating on her so he confronted him about it. He was too scared and uncomfortable to speak to her about it at all and very directly avoided her. This scared her from bringing it up again. The robots in this case may have reflected her husband's very cold and direct manner of avoiding talking to her or properly explaining himself.

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Rock Star

To dream of a rock star represents an aspect of yourself that can't help but be recognized for their achievements. Everyone you know is noticing you for being the best at something.

Positively, a rockstar reflects admiration and being looked up to for what you've achieved. Feeling good getting the respect and attention you deserve.

Negatively, a rock star may reflect you or someone else that has power they don't deserve. It may also reflect undesirable attention. People may be jealous or think you are too big for their comfort level. It may also symbolize your frustrations at not being respected for being the best.


To dream of a rocket represents feelings about situations taking off in a big way. Momentum and quick progress. Ideas or plans are quickly "going somewhere." Hard work is paying off. Using all your resources or power to get a plan or project "off the ground" as quickly as you can. A powerful beginning.

Negatively, a rocket may reflect feelings that a situation is going too fast. Hastily getting a situation or project "off the ground." Jealousy that is driving you to be the first to achieve something at all costs. No concern for what happens after you start something big.

To dream of riding a rocket represents a constant state of speedy progress. Always noticing how fast paced a situation you're involved with is. You are finally getting somewhere. A situation or choice is helping you make a lot of progress.

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Rocking Chair

To dream of a rocking chair represents comfort in thinking about an issue back and forth until you don't think about it as a problem. Contemplation and introspection with ongoing processing and emotional grappling with an issue you keep rethinking about. A need to be perfectly comfortable about an issue by rethinking it over and over.

Negatively, dreaming about an rocking chair may represents overdoing feeling comfortable thinking about issue back and forth until it's not a problem because you are having difficulty moving on. Never getting over an issue until you are perfectly comfortable. Problems being perfectly comfortable getting over a loss without lots of reassurance. Struggling to reach a level of comfort or acceptance of a loss.

Example: A young woman dreamed of sitting in a rocking chair with a baby. In waking life, she had recently had a miscarriage of her baby after 8 weeks and was having difficult getting over the loss. In this case, the rocking chair may have reflected her feelings of comfort in contemplatively mourning and connecting with her lost child in her mind, going back and forth over the issue until she could finally let go. The dream may also hint that she had problems being perfectly comfortable getting over the loss without lots of reassurance.

Rocking Horse

To dream of a rocking horse represents feelings of repeatedly thinking, playing, experiencing, or using something in non-serious way when there is a much more serious type of experience. Playing with something adult or professional. Repeatedly enjoying toying with the idea of being serious about something competitive. Feeling good about getting ahead, but never being serious about doing it for real. Enjoying playing with the idea of being serious or professional, but never being. A playful sense of practice at getting ahead. Feeling good trying, practicing, or playing with something a lot without having to be serious. Playing or practicing with your ambitions without being serious. Enjoying repeatedly thinking of what else you can do to get ahead while not. Not being scared thinking of getting ahead all the time when you currently can't. Feeling good thinking of ways to get ahead quickly when you currently aren't able to. Only playing or only practice. Feeling good showing off with what's possible while never doing it seriously.

Negatively, dreaming about a rocking horse may represent being stuck with no progress towards goals while preferring to never chose being serious or professional. Wasting time trying or thinking about doing something more serious everyday. Repeatedly thinking of what else you can do without being able to take action. Wasting time playfully practicing getting ahead. Feeling good lying that you are enjoying more practice at getting ahead than someone else. Feeling of jealousy that you can't be as serious as you want about getting ahead. Wasting time enjoying thinking about doing something, but never doing it for real. A wish to enjoy playing with something for which you have no interest in using serious. Repeatedly enjoying thinking of wanting to get ahead when you can't.

To dream of a rocking horse rocking all by itself represents feelings about hearing about others playing or practicing getting ahead while you aren't. Rumors that other people are having more fun than you are or practicing more than you are. Fear or anxiety about why you need to practice more. Annoyance that something is being claimed to be too adult for you to "toy around" with.

Children may dream of a rocking horse to represent their feelings about enjoying playing all the time like it's a full time job or being unable to stop enjoying thinking of using something adults use as a toy. It may also reflect the jealousy of watching others play all the time while the child can't.

Example: A young person claimed that the first memory of their life around the age of 2 was a dream of being in a white crib and seeing a rocking horse outside the crib rocking all by itself. In this case the rocking horse outside the crib that the dreamer was fenced off from may have reflected feelings about their parents keeping them away from playing with something like an adult.


To dream of a rock represents hardness, strength, or permanence. Feelings, situations, relationships, or problems that are fundamentally difficult or unfeeling.

Positively, rocks may reflect the strength or permanence of relationships, friendship, or loyalty. Undying trust or reliability.

To dream of throwing rocks represents hard feelings or coldness of heart. Intentionally wanting someone else to fail. If someone throws a rock at you it may reflect feelings that someone is out to get you or wants to cause you distress. Someone in your life that cares about nothing you are feeling.

To dream of climbing a rock represents your determination, ambition and struggle. Trying to overcome an obstacle that is unwavering or unforgiving.

Example: A woman dreamed of walking along a very dangerous rocky beach. In waking life she was in her month of pregnancy and close to giving birth. The rocky beach scenery may have reflected her feelings about how dangerous and difficult childbirth is.

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To dream of a rockslide represents insensitive difficulties that overwhelm you or tough situations that catch you off guard. A lot of hard feelings, harsh intentions, difficulties at once that don't go away easily. A rockslide may also reflect a sudden or unexpected escalation of very difficult problems. Everything that can go wrong all happening at once. A surprise worst case scenario in your life. A sudden tragedy or crisis.


To dream of a metal rod represents feelings of strong reinforcement for not thinking of anything except keeping a situation staying the way it is. Maintaining control and stability. The strength needed to maintain a situation.

To dream of bending a metal rod represents feelings of needing to be stronger than a strong sense of reinforcement. Strong will and determination to overcome negative reinforcement. The strength needed to change a situation. Strength, perseverance, and ability to exert control over difficult situations.

Example: A man dreamed of needing to bend a metal rod and feeling that it was easy when other people thought it was difficult. In waking life, he felt that a difficult-to-diagnose illness was reinforced by difficult-to-overcome inflammation and discovered a nano-bubbling machine he could use every day to make his body stronger than the inflammation.

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To dream of the rodeo represents an exhibition or competition of skills. You or someone else that is trying to do something better than everyone else for as long as they can. Trying prove to others that you are the best at something.

Alternatively, a rodeo may reflect risks that are being taken to show off.

Failure at a rodeo may mirror waking life failure or embarrassment while attempting to prove that you are the best at something.

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Roller Coaster

To dream that you are riding on a roller coaster represents frequent ups and downs in your waking life. You are experiencing an erratic, chaotic, or unpredictable situation. A roller coaster may be a sign that you need to take a step back and balance yourself. A situation that you feel is an "emotional roller coaster ride." Enjoying a situation where you are out of control.

Negatively, a roller coaster may reflect feelings of being unable to control how dangerous a situation is. Fearing doing something you've never done before. Feeling stupid for having gotten involved in a risky or faced paced situation. Feelings about a situation being too risky or face paced for your comfort level. Naive fantasies about all the hard work you've been doing ending up an exciting thrilling as outcome. A preoccupation with risk and excitement when it's not appropriate. Anxiety about experiencing an unpredictable situation without assistance. Anxiety about God forcing you to experience something unpredictable. Anxiety about taking a vacation.

Alternatively, a roller coaster may reflect a pleasant thrill experience in waking life. Feeling good enjoying an unpredictable or risky situation.

To dream of falling off a roller coaster represents feelings of being unable maintain control or "hold on" during a chaotic or unpredictable situation. It may also reflect pleasant thrills that have become threatening.

Example: A man dreamed of riding a roller coaster ride. In waking life he was very excited with his involvement with a work project.

Example 2: A pastor dreamed of driving over a hill in a truck with a friend driving, and the experience felt just like a roller coaster ride. The friend was someone he honestly thought was lost to God. In waking life was trying to find a new building for his congregation and felt anxiety that God was not helping him enough during this very unpredictable transition for the church.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of being on a roller coaster ride and then suddenly seeing her friends recently deceased mother get on the ride. In waking she was preparing to do something exciting with her family and then her friend with the recently deceased mother called her. She felt talking about her friends deceased mother ruined her exciting family time.

Example 4: A 13 year-old girl dreamed of seeing people dying on a roller coaster. In waking life she lost her closeness to friends as they got mixed up in different classes than her at school after being very close to those friends during the summer holidays. The roller coaster in this case my have reflected her feelings about the excitement and unpredictability she felt on the first day of school after summer vacation ended.


To dream of unworn rollerblades represents your intention or expectation to move through a situation with ease and determination.

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To dream of rollerblading represents moving through a situation with ease and determination. Feeling good noticing how easy something is. Enjoying progress or being really good at something. Using your superior skills or experience to breeze through a challenge.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing someone rollerblading towards him and then seeing the person slip and fall down. In waking life he felt embarrassed by believing a lie someone told him about how easy getting a large sum of money was going to be.


To dream of rollerskating represents feeling good not having to take a situation seriously at all. Progress towards goals that is leisurely. It may also reflect a group mentality that is carefree. Laughing at how easy a situation is. Enjoying spending free money.

Negatively, rollerskating may reflect behavior that is irresponsibly having a good time not taking an important situation seriously. Too much concern with believing that a situation needs to be easy. Showing off flaunting the rules or proving how easy something difficult is to do. Not taking a situation seriously because nobody else is either. Flaunting rules behind an authority figure's back. Enjoying spending stolen money.

Example: A woman dreamed of being pushed on rollerskates. In waking life she felt that she was being pushed out of her job into a new career because of an injury. The transition was easy because her work was paying for her new training, but she didn't like losing her old job.

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To dream of a Rolls-Royce represents the ability to effectively make decisions or feel in control of the direction your life is taking while displaying a high level of accomplishment, status, respectability, and importance that is effortlessly recognized as exceptional without having to speak about itself. A state of achieving distinguished success or a high level of respectability that doesn't think of who other people are if it doesn't want to. Your thoughts about the importance of excellence, prestige, and being perceived as a person of high caliber or status. Displaying a level of accomplishment, status, or importance that doesn't have to acknowledge other people if it doesn't want to. High social status, social recognition, social prestige. Behavior that believes it's the epitome of accomplishment, status, respectability, and importance without it being questioned.

Negatively, dreaming about a Rolls Royce could represent feelings of overindulgence or a preoccupation with accomplished appearances and status that is snobby about being recognized as exceptional without having to speak about itself. Superiority, arrogance, or a disconnection from the realities of everyday life. Being overly concerned with status, appearance, and the opinions of others. Excessive focus on social prestige at the expense of more substantial values. Self-acknowledgment for accomplishments that doesn't think of why it annoys people or makes others feel that they aren't good enough. Feelings about not living up to certain social standards or the pressure to maintain an image of accomplished appearances and status. Feelings of being better than someone else that doesn't have to speak about it.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing 2 fancy Rolls-Royce cars pull up in front of her church. In waking life, she didn't like her female church pastor being a snob when in front of other people. In this case, the Rolls-Royce cars may have reflected the woman's concerns about her female church pastor's perceived snobbishness about status and importance in the church leadership and her desire for the pastor to be more humble and approachable.

Roman Colosseum

To dream of the Roman Colosseum in perfect condition represents confronting being ruined in public like nobody cares about you at all. A situation that insensitively makes a spectacle of you being watched never caring who you are at all by a lot of people trying to survive looking not mattering at all. Feeling that you can't do anything except save yourself or watch someone else save themselves. Not feeling good that doing anything weak is a problem. The fight of your life to avoid being ruined that feels like it might not be possible.

To dream of the present day eroding Roman Colosseum represents a past situation confronting being ruined in public was serious.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a path that led to the central part of the Roman Colosseum with the Colosseum looking like it was completely intact. In waking life he was preparing to confront an enormous media spectacle with the potential for both legal problems and public embarrassment if he didn't control himself properly.


To dream of romance represents your passion, intense interest, or deep fondness for something happening your waking life. Feeling good noticing nothing being wrong at all. Feeling that a situation in your life is incredible or wonderful. Wanting to give an amazing person or situation your undivided attention. Enjoying paying attention to every aspect or detail of something you like. Not wanting to miss anything with something you like a lot.

Negatively, romance in a dream may be a sign that you to too obsessed with something or having difficulty juggling tasks because something feels too good. Distractions with leisure or luxury.

Alternatively, romance in a dream may represent your desire or longing for a personal relationship with someone.

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To dream of Romania represents a mindset that doesn't like to notice losing. Positively, Romania may reflect social situations where people around you ignore or take care of ridiculous problems for you.

Negatively, Romania represent social interaction that is insensitive about noticing anything losing. Behavior that is jealous, angry, or cold towards anyone telling them they aren't good enough. A lack of concern about others feelings when it comes to winning. Ignoring the rules because it's felt that they are stupid hindrances.

Dreams of Romania commonly feature vampires or blood sucking.

Romanian People

To dream of Romanian people represents aspects of your personality with a mindset that isn't mean about noticing itself respecting what matters most. Isn't mean about something difficult while noticing other people have to like something about it. Isn't mean about why you are currently not doing the best you could when you should want to. Isn't mean about being kinder than you thought. A mindset that is insensitive about noticing it's thinking about why you could be better than you are. A call to embrace a more assertive or self-focused attitude, while still being mindful of the needs and feelings of others. Hearing insensitive truth that isn't mean about wanting you to like listening to it. A balanced mindset that isn't mean, while respectful of what truly matters. Insensitive truth that notices itself wanting a situation to work out nicely.

Negatively, dreaming of Romanian people may represents situations where you may not currently be performing at your best but encourages you to strive for improvement. A need to listen to the truth, even if it is uncomfortable or difficult to hear, without feeling attacked or offended. An attitude that isn't mean about talking to you about why you should like something better for yourself. Insensitive advice that you know is true that lets you make up your own mind not wanting to hurt your feelings.

Example: A young woman dreamed of seeing 2 or three Romanian women sitting at a table. In waking life felt that it was shameful to smoke in front of her step aunt and her 2 twins. In this case the Romanian people may have reflected his feelings about family pressure that insensitively communicates that smoking is unintelligent for his health and influencing young people while kindly noticing they let him make his own decision to quit.


To dream of Ancient Romans represents aspects of your personality that are dominant and unfeeling. It may also reflect unquestioned power that you or someone else has. You or someone else that can make others totally comply with their wishes. Interest in nothing collapsing when it always will. Dominance that is unquestioned that doesn't even talk about itself while thinking of what else is can conquer.

An Ancient Roman in a dream may be a sign that you feel others are insignificant or that you are accustomed to getting your way. Alternatively, an Ancient Roman may reflect people or situations that have unquestioned power over you. You may feel that someone with more power than you is totally unfair or unfeeling. Physical attractiveness that you are aware of making other people submissive without question.

To dream of being an Ancient Roman represents a heightened sense of power or social status over others. You feel you can do whatever you want to others without question.

Ancient Romans may indicate that you are too controlling or that you need to learn to stand up for yourself.

Example: A teenage boy dreamed of being a Roman soldier and arguing with other soldiers. In real life this teenager was a part of the "in crowd" whom he felt were becoming too arrogant. Being a Roman in the dream reflected the heightened social status of the teen as he confronted friends that he felt were out of line or less popular.

Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing the Roman Empire collapse. In waking life he decided to ignore certain females he thought were easy to date because he felt it was mean to keep letting them fear him due to his physical appearances.


To dream of Rome represents a mindset where you feel the most powerful and that others are insignificant. Uncaring total power or control over others. Telling other people what to do and not caring about their feelings. The power to always have your way. Insensitively making others notice that you are the powerfulest.

Negatively, Rome may reflect social situations where you are surrounded by people who are too powerful or constantly walk all over you without any concern. Feeling insignificant or like you are easy to push around.

To dream of Rome collapsing represents a state of mind where you are noticing yourself losing power or that people are no longer respect you. People or situations you felt were insignificant are suddenly displaying independence or making choices that you don't like. You can no longer be insensitive about power over others.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing Rome collapsing. In real life he was losing his looks and felt under to control women anymore.

Ronald Reagan

To dream of former US President Ronald Reagan may represent all important aspect of yourself that believes in itself thinking freely with qualities of conservatism, traditional values, optimism, and charisma that is affable. A desire for control, optimism, agreeableness amidst challenges. Having rapport with people being controlled that's easy, likeable, and never questioned. Feeling that people like you when you are in control with a sense of ease about people working for you aggreeably. Dreams with Reagan may appear when you or someone else has to control other people in a conservative situation where likeableness or rapport is important with little effort such as a pregnancy, jury duty, or a party with conservative people.

Negatively, dreaming about US President Ronald Reagan may reflect decisions that are overly rigid or stubborn in conservative traditional ways with charisma that wants others to think nothing about it is hated or wrong with it. Not liking someone else with power and rapport that's easy and likeable with other people.

Example: A woman dreamed of having a love affair with Ronald Reagan. In waking life, she was pregnant and was enjoying noticing how nice everyone she knew was treating her. She felt that her pregnancy forced everyone to think of her feelings first at all times. In this case, President Ronald Reagan may have reflected her perception of her own charismatic, positive persona that commands respect and love from others due to her pregnancy.


To dream of a roof represents feelings of protection, security, and boundaries that keep you safe from experiencing problems, uncertainty, or disappointment from external influences in your life going overboard. Feelings about how well you are shielding yourself from life's hardships or the stressors that you face in waking life. The upper limits of what you believe is possible or allowable. Boundaries or limitations that you have set for yourself or that others have imposed upon you. A general sense of feeling adequately protected from harm or danger and that problems are never on top of you in your life. A sense of coverage or refuge from inadequacy from problems developing at all.

Positively, dreaming about a roof may represent a general sense of safety and security from problems, disappointments, or being ruined. A protective barrier against external problems.

Negatively, dreaming about a roof may represent limitations, restrictions, or ceilings on your aspirations and potential. Feeling that you have to behave or respect boundaries when you don't want to.

To dream of standing on the roof represents feelings about a lack of barriers to achieving goals with a sense of it being unusual that you would have to think about nothing stopping you without limits. You are noticing that things you want are happening without a limit while you control yourself. Nothing gets in the way of having what you want with a sense that it might be dangerous or get you in trouble if you aren't careful. Believing in yourself completely if you have to because you feel you deserve nothing to stop you.

To dream of a leaking roof represents problems with personal security, vulnerabilities in your life's structure, or emotional disturbances that are developing in your life. Feelings of uncertainty about long-term security that's starting to present itself when that's unusual in your life. Insecurity or vulnerability, as if you are not adequately protected from harm or danger when you usually feel that you are.

To dream of a hole in your roof represents feelings of vulnerability that is noticeable or causing you to worry. Disruptions in your sense of security, an exposure to negative influences, or a risk that has come into your life unexpectedly. Awareness of serious vulnerabilities or gaps in your security or life structure. Feelings that something critical is missing in your protection or safety. An indication that certain areas of your life need attention and repair to restore a sense of completeness and security. A crisis, a significant loss, or a profound change that threatens your sense of stability and security. Overwhelming stress, pressure, or challenges or that a situation is becoming too much to handle.

To dream of a collapsing roof represents feelings of a loss of protection or security. Feeling that the protective barriers in your life are failing or have failed, leading to a sense of imminent danger or chaos.

Example: A man dreamed of standing on his garage roof and watching fireworks go off. He then suddenly found himself inside his house covered in ashes with a hole in his ceiling. In waking life, he had just ended an extramarital affair with a woman he felt was fake. In this case, standing on the roof may have reflected his feelings of experiencing complete freedom in his extramarital activities as long as he was careful. He felt a temporary or exciting moment of having no boundaries in his marriage.

Rooming House

To dream of a rooming house represents a perspective on a situation that requires you to put up with other people's ideas or needs all the time. You may feel like can't ever let go or enjoy yourself.

Alternatively, a rooming house may reflect a current living situation with people you don't really like.

Example: A woman dreamed of leaving a rooming house. In waking life family members that she didn't like finally moved out.


To dream of your roommate represents a quality in yourself based on your most honest feelings or memories about them. Ask yourself what stands out the most about them? What's the first thing that pops in your head when you think about them? Try to see that quality in yourself or in a waking life situation. Dreaming of a roommate may also point to issues with them that you are not confronting.

Alternatively, dreaming of a roommate could represent an aspect of your life that is ingrained or embedded. Something you feel is mandatory or required in order to function.

Negatively, a roommate may reflect problems that are established or difficult to change. Something you don't believe can go away. Issues or obligations that you are "sharing" an experience with. It may also reflect issues that are always on the back of your mind.

To dream that you are looking for a roommate suggests that you are ready to take on more responsibility or obligations.


To dream of a room represents the personal space and boundaries you feel in a situation. What you feel you can or can't do in life. Close walls may reflect a lack of choice or ability to act. Distant walls may reflect lots of free time and options.

To dream of being inside a room you've never been in before represents the personal space and the boundaries you feel in a situation you've never experienced before.

Consider the type of room for additional meaning. Bedrooms are private thoughts, kitchens are preparation, bathrooms are issues with cleansing, and living rooms are issues you feel satisfied with.

To dream of an empty room represents an area of your life where nothing is happening. It may also it reflect feelings about starting over, previous conditions no longer feeling important, life situations or relationships ending. If the room was previously filled with furniture or objects but isn't anymore it may reflect feelings of emptiness or having no purpose. Feeling less comfortable within the boundaries of a situation.

To dream of a white room represents feelings about personal space or boundaries of a situation requiring you to be perfectly honest in your life. A room with white walls may also reflect life situations where you are confronting a lot of negativity or making a lot of personal change. A theme to your life that revolves around fixing problems you never got to fix before. Feeling that your entire life revolves around witnessing other people revealing their dishonest intentions to you over and over. A fear of not being perfectly honest at all times.

To dream of a white-walled bedroom may reflect a need to be perfectly honest in private. You may be privately concerned with trying to avoid embarrassing yourself or incriminating yourself. It may also reflect a lot of self-reflection, therapy, or personal changes you don't want others to know about. Secretly not liking how honest a situation is.

To dream of a messy bedroom represents feelings about a private area of your life being disorganized, out of control, or more irresponsible than what you project in public.

To dream of a room that you are familiar with completely changing represents feelings about what you can or can't do in a specific type of situation changing. The personal boundaries of an area of your life like work, home life, confidence in your abilities, privacy, and relationships may have changed.

Example: A man dreamed of being stuck in a room that was too small. In waking life, he felt trapped in debt. In this case, the room that was too small may have reflected his feelings of being financially constrained and limited in his ability to act freely or make choices due to his debt situation. The small room also symbolized the tight and uncomfortable personal space or boundaries he experienced because of his financial obligations.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being in a room with tall distant walls. In waking life, she was trying to get a divorce and her difficult husband was causing delays and making her do all the work. In this case, the tall distant walls reflected her feelings of the long and difficult process ahead of her to regain her personal freedom and space from her marriage. She may have felt that completing the divorce was an enormous challenge of getting anything done, as though she could never get close to her goal due to the time, cost, and professional requirements.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of an empty room. In waking life, her daughter had moved out on her own leaving her to live by herself. She felt like her life had no meaning anymore. In this case, the empty room may have reflected her feelings of emptiness and lack of purpose now that her daughter was no longer living with her. It may also reflect her feelings about her daughter moving beyond the boundaries of parental control and the personal space of home life.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of all the rooms in her house getting larger. In waking life, she was in a late-term pregnancy and getting close to giving birth. In this case, the expanding room sizes may have reflected her feelings about numerous areas of her life becoming more important and complicated as the baby was close to being born.

Example 5: G. Gorden Liddy, the former chief of security for the President of the United States dreamed of being under siege while protecting a woman who lived in a house with 50 rooms. The 50 rooms inside the house in the dream may have reflected his feelings about the 50 US States. The entire dream was a reflection of his anxiety about protecting the President while he was responsible for managing the country.

Example 6: A man dreamed of walking into a room he was familiar with where suddenly everything had changed in the room. In waking life, he had been working on a difficult problem at work and experienced a big breakthrough that changed how his career and work atmosphere felt. In this case, the changed room may have reflected his feelings about his work environment and career path feeling completely different after solving a major problem. The transformation of the room symbolized the shift in his professional life, where he went from struggling with a difficult issue to experiencing a newfound sense of control, success, and possibilities.

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To dream of a rooster represents a "wake up call." Unexpected situations or realities that force you to think differently. Fearing the potential to lose out on something important. Feelings about an urgent need to change or be serious. It may also point to your own attempt to make other people feel the urgency to be serious. Scaring people away from being lazy.

Alternatively, a rooster may reflect something in your life that's disturbing your sleep. Parents or friends warning you that you are going to be late for something something.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a rooster. In waking life he had experienced an friend annoying him with a phone call early in the morning waking him from sleep for something important.


To dream of a rootbeer soft drink represents a simple convenient choice that feels good noticing you don't need to waste time being jealous while nobody else has a problem with it. Feeling good without complications with what other people think about what you are doing.

Negatively, dreaming about rootbeer may represent a situation where you are overdoing wanting to feel simplicity with nobody having a problem with what you are doing when other people do have a problem with what you are doing.

Example: A man dreamed of offering his ex-wife a rootbeer and she said no. In waking life, he was working a job he didn't like while trying to pay for school and a divorce lawyer. In this case, the ex-wife rejecting his offer for a rootbeer may have reflected his feelings about her rejecting a simple, easy-going, or uncomplicated solution to their divorce situation because had a problem with his divorce settlement offer.


To dream of seeing roots represents ties, bonds, or history that is entrenched in your life. A history or past that you can't easily separate yourself from. Long-term or family relationships. Some area of your life that is established. Confident stability.

Negatively, roots may reflect "deep rooted" or multi-faceted problems. A troubled history that is difficult to get away from. Relationships that are difficult to separate from. A history that is difficult to get away from.

To dream roots being cut or removed represents a fundamental aspect of your life no longer belonging anymore. Ties, bonds, or history that is no longer important. The removal of some area of your life that was entrenched. Moving on from you past or cutting off an old relationship.

Example: A woman dreamed of having roots pulled out of her ear. In waking life she was beginning to feel that her religion was no longer valid. The roots being pulled out of the ear reflected her religious roots being something she didn't want to listen to anymore.


To dream of rope represents feelings of that a situation isn't totally hopeless. Having options or a last resort. Confidence in being able to handle yourself in a difficult situation. Doing something for yourself.

To dream of tying a rope represents feelings about intentionally maintaining or securing a situation yourself. Holding a situation to your wishes. Negatively, it may reflect desperation to control a situation or holding someone else back.

To dream of climbing up a rope represents feelings of overcoming adversity on your own. Using whatever limited resources or opportunities are available to help yourself. Using an opportunity that has been handed to you.

To dream of pulling yourself along a rope represents using a limited opportunity to help yourself make progress. Helping yourself slowly get ahead in a situation.

To dream of swinging on a rope represents feelings about resources or opportunities that must be used quickly. It may also reflect your feelings about emergency action or contingency plans.

To dream of being tied up with rope represents feelings of being intentionally restrained or restricted. Allowing emotions or love to hold you back.

Example: A woman dreamed of swinging on a rope across dangerous rocks. In waking life she was pregnant and having anxiety about going into labor. She was making last minute plans to quickly get to the hospital when she went into labor. The swinging rope may have reflected her wish to have a car ready to get the hospital as quickly as possible.

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To dream of a rosary represents your concern with being noticed by others as devoted or caring. A behavior, sacrifice, or signal to others that you are totally dedicated.


To dream of rosemary represents feelings about an experience that's serious about seeing that you can trust it to care about you, but respectful about not needing to say anything about itself. A sense of trustworthiness and reliability in a situation or person without the need for overt expressions or assurances. Feelings about trusting someone to care about you without having to talk about it too much. Behavior that isn't embarrassing anyone for why it helps people.

Negatively, dreaming of rosemary could represent a situation or person that comes off as trustworthy and reliable, but underlying doubts persist. Situations where your intuition or a person's reputation urges you to trust, yet, a nagging feeling tells you to be cautious. The danger of making assumptions based purely on appearance or reputation without adequate verification.

Example: A young woman dreamed of being given a ziplock bag full of marijuana, but it didn't look like normal marijuana. It looked like oregano, cilantro, rosemary, and eucalyptus. In waking life, he did get a ziplock bag of normal-looking marijuana, but she and her friend debated about whether the marijuana was viable or going to make them sick. She never smoked the marijuana. In this case, the rosemary may have reflected her feelings about believing in trusting the source of her marijuana without needing explicit reassurance or proof of its quality or safety because the source was a person from work.


To dream of roses represents your feelings of love towards someone or that someone is more special to you than anyone else you know. It may also reflect your faithfulness, passion, sexual desire, or romance. It may also symbolize feelings about yourself being cared about more than you have ever been before in your life.

To dream of a white rose may reflect virginity or feelings of experiencing true love. Love that is perfect or that feels like it's forever. Pureness. You may be conservative about preserving your relationship or openly expressing feelings of love for someone else. White rose symbolism may also reflect a need for perfectly honest love.

To dream of a yellow rose represents your awareness of love in your life. Noticing yourself or someone else falling in love. Awareness of how noticeably in love someone is with you.

To dream of pink roses represents feeling about lustful love or deep admiration for someone you can't stop thinking about. Negatively, pink roses may reflect obsession with someone you are in love with. Powerful sexual urges for someone you are in love with.

To dream of a withered rose represents feelings about love being lost. Feelings about a love one being lost. The end of a relationship. Realizing that someone doesn't love you the way you love them.

To dream of a thorny rose represents represents difficulties or issues with personal relationships. Tough love. Risks being taken for someone you love. Feeling that loving someone is dangerous or comes with problems.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing a light green rose. In real life she had just fallen in love after a long period of pain from a past relationship. The light green color of the rose reflected the healing she was experiencing with this new love.

Example 2: A man dreamed of being given a rose. In waking life he was a heart transplant recipient. The man who gave him the rose in the dream was the organ donor. The rose may have reflected his feelings about how nobody in his life had ever cared about him as much as the organ donor did.

Example 3: A man dreamed of seeing a rose over top of a very dark black pattern. In waking life he feel in love with a woman 20 years older than him and couldn't get over her.

Example 4: A man dreamed of seeing pink roses. In waking life he obsessed with a woman from his past that he fell in love with. He was so obsessed with her that he tried to commit suicide if he couldn't have her.

Example 5: A man dreamed of seeing a white rose. In waking life he felt that it was very important to be extra honest in his new relationship with his girlfriend after past experiences with dishonesty had causes serious problems.


To dream of something being rotten represents wasted potential or failure to make use of the opportunities. Stagnation. Feeling that you've wasted time. Jealousy of having lost or wasted an opportunity.

Alternatively, something rotting in a dream may reflect the feelings about the first hint that something is wrong with your beliefs about a person or situation. Initial feelings that something is starting to not feel feel as honest or genuine as you first thought.


To dream of a rottweiler represents emotional protection that noticing the threat of anger or violence that doesn't think about ever needing to see it seriously. Latent anger or frustration, held in check but ready to be unleashed if provoked. An attitude of being tougher than someone else that doesn't think about speaking about it being too serious. Experimenting with being tough to other people that doesn't think about it being as serious unless provoked. A need to establish clear emotional boundaries with others, demand respect for oneself and one's priorities, and stay vigilant in dealing with potential danger or difficult situations.

Negatively, dreaming about a rottweiler may reflect tendencies to be overprotective or feelings of being more powerful than intelligent. Emotional protection that is focused on never listening to anyone else or being too prepared for trouble.

Example: A man dreamed of having a black rottweiler dog by his side. He wasn't afraid while he felt that the dog protected, but knew the dog was dangerous. In waking life, he was frustrated with people in general whom he felt always rejected him, misunderstood him, or were jealous over him. In this case, the rottweiler may have reflected his latent anger or frustration, held in check but ready to be unleashed if provoked.


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To dream of playing roulette represents a situation in your life where you are taking a chance, making a gamble, or unsure of the outcome of your actions based on a situation turning out exactly as you said it would. It symbolizes risk-taking, uncertainty, and potential rewards or losses based on the decisions you make. Testing your luck or experience to see if you can benefit.

Positively, dreaming about roulette could reflect your willingness to take risks, embrace unpredictability, or seize opportunities, despite not knowing what the future holds.

Negatively, it could indicate feelings of instability or lack of control in your waking life. You might be relying too much on luck or fate instead of making well-considered choices.

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To dream of a roundabout represents feelings about a situation where you are waiting for the right time to change the direction a situation is taking. "Looping" or repeating a situation in life until the right moment comes.

Negatively, a a roundabout in a dream may be as sign that you are willing to be very patient to seize a negative opportunity.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing a red van driving around a roundabout. In waking life she she was fearing being caught cheating with a married man by the man's wife. The roundabout may have reflected her feelings about constantly waiting for the right time to be able to cheat with the married man without being caught.

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