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To dream of a convict may reflect guilt, embarrassment, or regret for your past actions. It may also represent your distrust of someone who has done something wrong in their life.

*Please See Prisoner


*Please See Police

Correctional Officers

*Please See Prison Guards


To dream of a Counselor represents a need for support and direction. You or someone else in your life may be inexperienced or looking for reassurance. Wanting or giving actionable answers. Wanting to feel that everything will be alright. Positively, a counselor may be a good sign that you are finally willing to seek help with a difficult problem you have been hiding.

Negatively, a counselor may be a sign that you are uncomfortable talking about your problems. Experiencing anxiety or hesitance about having to confront a problem. Not liking the advice you are being given.


To dream of a cousin represents a quality in yourself based on your most honest feelings about them. Ask yourself what memories or feelings stand out the most about them and see how that quality may apply to your own life.

To dream of someone being your cousin who isn't really your cousin represents situations, realities, or problems that are difficult to detach yourself from. Feeling that you can't do anything about something having to be acknowledged or accepted.

Positively, cousins you aren't really related to may reflect mandatory respect, acknowledgment, or acceptance being given to you. Having your "foot in the door" or a minimum requirement met that gives you the right to deserve something or be listened to at all.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing his cousin. The quality that stood out the most about this cousin was her courage to confront problems. In waking life he finally built up the courage to yell at a greedy family member who was not returning a favor when he needed it the most.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of taking a pregnancy test with her cousin. In waking life she was fearing being judged for taking a pregnancy test. Her cousin was someone she felt was judgmental.

Example 3: A young woman dreamed of dating her cousin. In waking life she was a lesbian. The cousin symbolism may have reflected her feelings about feeling required to acknowledge being gay as though it were normal in a waking life situation.


To dream of a cowboy represents an aspect of yourself that is adventurous, and involved in risks, or taking chances.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a cowboy. In waking life he was about to try a new medication that came with big risks.

*Please See Lasso


To dream of a coworker that you actually know in real life represents an aspect of yourself based on your most honest feelings about that person. Ask yourself what quality, feeling, or memory stands out the most about that person and how that quality may apply to your life.

To dream of a coworker that doesn't actually work with you may reflect people in waking life with similar goals or interests as you. Someone that is always doing the same thing that you are doing.

Example: A woman dreamed of helping her coworker move. In waking life she was trying to help her fiancee make an important decision. The coworker in this case may have reflected the dreamer's feelings about fiancee having similar goals with family fiances.

Crime Scene Investigator

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

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


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

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

*Please See Mugging


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


To dream of a customer represents feeling about your concerns with not keeping people happy who turn to you whenever they need to. Feelings about yourself being the originalest best and that people won't stop using you for it. Feeling good always being there for someone. Noticing that nobody is a loser if they need you all the time. Civil treatment that happens consistently. Your own attitude of just being professional about helping someone out all the time.

Negatively, dreaming of a customer may reflect the emptiness of not being able to do anything accept keep people you interact with regularly happy. Feeling that all you get to do is tell someone all their needs matter because you lose if you don't. Feeling good having to be the best when it's not really your problem. Feeling that it's just your life to never really get to know people who use you. Not liking having to help or keep someone happy all the time in order to keep your own life stable. Not liking never getting to be a jerk because it would risk all you have. Too much concern with helping someone like it's all you need to do to keep them happy. Emptiness of a relationship that is only helpful and civil.

Alternatively, dreaming about a customer may reflect feelings about your job if you have to interact with customers regularly. Not liking dealing with customers in your waking life when you have other problems. Awareness of your real life customers not thinking that anything is wrong when you may secretly know the business is having problems.

To dream of being a customer represents feelings of needing someone else to keep you happy. Feeling someone doesn't care anything anything except being older or more experienced than you and always helps you out. Feeling that someone is just professional about helping you out all the time.

Negatively, dreaming about being a customer represents awareness that someone else treats you the same as everyone else. Feeling that someone doesn't have to keep loving you or treating you special if there isn't any benefit to them. Feeling the emptiness of nothing is special about you to someone. Feeling that someone will always save your time or your life, but never love you. Feeling that nobody needs to like you the way you want every time you interact with them.

Example: A woman who worked in a retail clothing store dreamed of a customer asking her nicely if she was allowed to work in the store with blood on her face and checking the mirror to see circles of blood on her face. In this case the customer may have reflected her waking life feelings about not liking interacting with customers in the clothing store with asking them if they need help. She may have thought customers were critical of her ability to be good enough at her job or not respecting her after witnessing other customers not getting the help they needed either because she couldn't perfectly please every customer.

Example 2: A man dreamed of being in the hospital for heart problems when one of his customers whom he is close to appeared smiling at him. In waking life the man feared losing his job. The smiling customer at the end may have reflected his awareness about the customer whom he was close to helping him look good at his job when he was fearing being fired. He may have had concerns with not looking good caring about people enough at his job.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of going to a restaurant her ex-boyfriend owned after they broke up. He was civil and treated her like every other customer. In waking life she wished she could have he ex-boyfriend back and that she couldn't replace him. In this case being a customer to her ex-boyfriend may have reflected how interacting with he ex-boyfriend felt civil after the breakup as just a friend like everyone else when she needed to talk to him.


*Please See Father


To dream of a dancer represents an aspect of yourself that enjoys participation or feels good showing of "going with the flow." Being adept or experienced with going along with the feeling of a situation to impress other people. Experience at going along with every one else's feelings. Qualities of being experienced or adept at feeling good with other people with listening, responsiveness, rapport, and congruency. Feeling good "getting each other" or being good with people. Expertise at feeling good never being alone. Expertise at having a good time. Feeling good that you don't need to listen to anyone if you don't want to. An expert at feeling good that there is never anything wrong happening.

Negatively, a dreaming about a dancer may represent feeling good wasting other people's time going along with the feeling of a situation. Showing off enjoying doing only what is required to respect the overall feeling of a situation. Experience "dancing around" a problem instead of resolving it. Feeling that you are so good that you can handle any type of relationship. Frustrations that other people are less skilled at relationships or enjoying not being alone than are. Feelings about relationship rapport not being as good as it usually is or that you are not having as good of a time with your partner as usual.

Example: A teenage girl dreamed of being a professional dancer. In waking life she was frustrated that she hadn't found a boy she could emotionally connect with. Being a professional dancer in the dream may have reflected her feelings about herself being more socially and emotionally advanced than boys.

*Please See Ballerina

*Please See Dancing

*Please See Strippers


To dream of a daredevil represents an aspect of yourself that is risking everything to prove itself. You or someone else that is being noticed taking a big chance.

Darth Vader

To dream of Darth Vader represents a feeling of opposition or threat from a powerful, dominant, and possibly corrupt authority figure. A danger or threat to future, potential, or values. A sense of a battle between good and evil. The dreamer's internal struggle with their beliefs, values, and sense of self, as well as their sense of responsibility to protect what is important to them.

Example: A man dreamed of Darth Vader giving instructions to skeleton people. In waking life he wasn't very religious and that religious people were giving him an attitude of "whose side are you on?" In this case Darth Vader represents opposition or threat from a powerful, dominant, and possibly corrupt authority figure. This may be associated with the attitude of religious people towards the dreamer's non-religious views.

Example 2: A man dreamed of Darth Vader. In waking life he was having issues with getting revenge on his boss. In this case Darth Vader may have represented feelings of opposition or threat from a powerful and dominant authority figure like their boss. The dreamer may feel like their future, potential, or values are in danger from their boss. The appearance of Darth Vader suggests that the dreamer is struggling with the idea of good versus evil, as well as with their own beliefs, values, and sense of self. The dreamer may feel a sense of responsibility to protect what is important to them, which may be connected to their desire for revenge on their boss.

*Please See Stars Wars



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