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Flight Attendant

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

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

Fool

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

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

*Please See Jester

*Please See Minstrel

Foreigner

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

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

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

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

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

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

Fortune Teller

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

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

Friends

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

Negatively, dreaming about real-life friends may represent conflicts, misunderstandings, or unresolved issues that are currently affecting you. Feelings of being left out, unsupported, or betrayed in some situations.

Alternatively, real-life friends in dreams may also represent your current projection of that person based on a current situation or conflict in your life.

To dream of having a friend that you've never seen before may represent feelings of support, assistance, and help being received in a new situation. A supportive or cooperative aspect of yourself. Your projection of a situation or arrangement that is beneficial to you. Feeling optimistic about enduring a problem situation. Unexpected help.

Negatively, dreaming about a friend that you've never seen before may represent feelings about needing help in a serious situation or being uncertain about whether you can survive a situation on your own.

To dream of a friend dying may represent your feelings about an impending change, loss, or failure of an aspect of yourself that feels good being supportive. Consider what qualities stand out the most about that friend and how that quality may be lacking or suffering in your life at the moment. Alternatively, seeing a friend dying may reflect your feelings about that person losing power or undergoing an unpleasant change.

To dream of a deceased friend may reflect the most apparent quality about them that stands out the most in yourself. Unless their death was recent or you are having issues with grieving the fact that they are dead in real life is most likely not significant to the dream's symbolism. Alternatively, dreaming of a dead friend may represent something good in your life that was lost and is now returning.

To dream of an ex-friend may represent a quality in yourself based on your most honest feelings about them when they were still a significant part of your life. Consider what emotions or memories are most associated with this ex-friend�whether positive or negative�and how these could be influencing your current feelings or situation. It could reflect issues of betrayal, loss, or unresolved emotions that are still affecting you. Lingering feelings of bitterness, disappointment, or being misled. A part of your life that you have outgrown or a reminder of a past conflict that still impacts your current emotional landscape. Lingering anger or sadness about the loss of the friendship. Guilt, regret, or nostalgia for the time spent together. Fear of repeating the same mistakes in current relationships or friendships.

Example: A man dreamed of walking beside a friend he had never seen before in real life who helped him walk up to a ledge and fly in the air at the last minute. In waking life, he felt that God had helped him make a major transition in his life. In this case, the friend may have reflected his feelings about receiving divine support during a challenging life transition.

*Please See Best Friends

Fugitives

To dream of a fugitive represents feelings about a desperate wish to evade disciplinary action or unpleasant consequences for your actions. It may also reflect feelings about trying to escape confronting dishonesty. Feeling that apologizing is impossible.

Alternatively, dreaming about fugitives may reflect feelings of danger that problem situations or problem people are difficult to control. Feeling that it's difficulty to punish or control guilty people. Feeling that it's difficult to force responsible behavior on someone who is eagerly avoiding it. Frustrations with people who keep getting away with things you can't get away with. Problem children or teenagers that avoid punishment.

Gandhi

To dream of Mahatma Gandhi may represent an aspect of your personality that is a perfect example of adhering to principles of non-aggression, enduring peaceful resistance, and deserving to believing in yourself thinking independently. A commitment to simplicity, humility, and the self-discipline required to bring about change through non-aggressive means. Moral integrity, civil disobedience, and the power of passive resistance. Confidence in yourself being wiser than someone else for refusing to be aggressive. Listening to advice that tells you to have integrity by being passive. Intelligent advice to be non-aggressive or non-violent to overcome challenges.

Positively, dreaming about Gandhi might symbolize a steadfast commitment to your values and beliefs, even in the face of opposition or hardship. Dedication to peaceful solutions, finding common ground, and fostering understanding and mutual respect. It could also indicate personal growth through self-reflection, meditation, and embracing simplicity. Non-violent resistance. Encouragement for you to stay true to your principles, maintain your inner peace, and address your concerns with maturity and non-aggression.

Negatively, dreaming about Gandhi could represent behavior that is overdoing being a perfect example of adhering to principles of non-aggression, enduring peaceful resistance, and deserving to believe in yourself thinking independently. Feelings of frustration with the slow pace of change, challenges in maintaining peaceful resistance, or being perceived as weak or ineffective. Self-doubt, internal conflict, or feeling overwhelmed by the responsibility of leading by example. The dream could also reflect a struggle with upholding non-violent principles in a confrontational or aggressive environment.

Example: A young girl dreamed of talking to Gandhi. In waking life, she was getting advice from her boyfriend about dealing with her arrogant siblings. Her boyfriend told her to ignore the negative attitude of her sisters and focus more on moving out into an apartment with him as a way to get away from her sisters. She was only 15 and not old enough to move out yet. In this case, Gandhi may have reflected the dreamer listening to her boyfriend's advice regarding moving out and handling conflict, symbolizing the peaceful, non-confrontational approach he suggested. The presence of Gandhi might signify the idea of maintaining moral integrity and patience in dealing with her siblings' arrogant attitude, while also exploring the possibility of gaining independence and freedom in the future when she's old enough to move out."

Example 2: A teenage boy dreamed of a voice telling him that "a lion was not a worthy symbol of spiritual guidance" and then he became confused because he thought Ghandi had meditated with the guidance of a lion. In waking life, he felt that his mother was beginning to lose trust in him about his school performance and thought that meditating on the issue would help him. He later felt that he might be overly paranoid about keeping his mother happy and that there was nothing at school he wasn't achieving well at. In this case, Ghandi may have reflected his initial instincts about needing to remain calm, peaceful, and non-confrontational in handling his mother.

Example 3: A gay man dreamed of decorating downtown city buildings with Ghandi-like robes. In waking life, his partner had written a blog post with anti-media sentiment that condemned media consolidation. In this case, the Ghandi-like robes decorated on buildings may have reflected the dreamer's desire to spread a message of peace, non-aggression, and resistance against the dominating power of media consolidation wherever they could within their social circles.

Gang

To dream of confronting gang members represents feelings of being scared or singled out by a number of different people or problems in your life. Fear of not complying with peer pressure. Feeling threatened with multiple threats at once.

To dream of being in a gang represents a need to achieve and accomplish things by force or intimidation. Using threats of group peer pressure to get your way. Using multiple fears against someone to control them.

Example: A woman dreamed of being confronted by a gang. In waking life she was experiencing multiple setbacks that threatened to stop her vacation. The gang reflected her feeling that life was attacking her ability to enjoy her vacation from multiple directions.

Garbage Man

To dream of a garbage man represents awareness of yourself never caring about something ever again. A final decision to completely rid yourself of something. Feeling good noticing something is finally over.

Negatively, a garbage man may represent feelings of being pressured to make a final decision remove something from your life that you may not be fully ready to let go of. Realizing that you have made a hasty decision to be rid of something from your life.

Gay

*Please See Homosexuality (Gay Sex)

*Please See Gay People

Genie

To dream of a genie represents feelings of being blessed or helped with exactly what you asked for. A person or situation that does exactly what you want and nothing else. Insensitive total compliance with your wishes.

Negatively, a genie may reflect a sense of danger or embarrassment with getting what you want from people. Experiencing consequences with getting what you wanted that are difficult to control. Consider the saying "Be careful what you wish for."

Genius

To dream of a genius represents your feelings about a person or situation that is never wrong. Stunning accuracy or insight. Feeling that someone can always be relied on for the right answer.

Negatively, a genius may represents feeling that someone or something always outsmarts you. Feeling intellectually inferior or that can never be good enough.

To dream of being a genius represents feelings of being infallible or smarter than other people. Feeling that you can always outsmart someone else. You may have had a good idea or breakthrough that other people admire.

George Washington

To dream of George Washington represents feelings about establishing freedom under dangerous circumstances. Taking a chance to maintain, establish, or secure a free state of mind. Risks taken to defend freedom or abandon tyranny. Feeling that it's important to stand up to fear at all costs when the future is uncertain. Feeling that someone is angry with you keeping your freedom or independence. Taking a big chance to do something new in your life that will allow you to become more free and independent.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing the face of George Washington. In waking life he was very unhappy running an illegal business that he felt trapped running. He ended up taking a very big chance to start running a more honest business that required years of work, but would allow him to be free from his illegal business. He chose to stay honest no matter what to avoid be drawn back into the emotional prison of his illegal business even it meant risking significant losses and humiliation. He wanted freedom from his own illegal life more than anything and would do anything to protect his chances of achieving it.

Giant

To dream of a giant represents an aspect of yourself that is imposing or too big to ignore. You may be trying to overcome an overwhelming obstacle. An issue, a person, or a feeling that is dominating you. A sign that you may have an inferiority complex. Feelings about parents, authority figures, or competitors being very difficult to embarrass. A major concern or fear. Reputations that are impossible to destroy.

Alternately, a giant may reflect how powerful or dominating your skills or abilities are. Awe-inspiring dominating power. Feelings about yourself or someone being too powerful to defeat.

To dream of being a giant represents your feelings of being stronger or better than others in some way. You may feel other people are easy to dominate or that your reputation casts a shadow over people.

Example: A young girl dreamed of two giants chasing her. In waking life she was uncomfortable with her parents controlling behavior towards her and the rules they were setting for her.

Girl Scouts

To dream of a girl scout represents a constant sense of responsibility. Sensitivity, sympathy, harmlessness, or subordination while being concerned about a need for responsible conduct.

*Please See Boy Scouts






 

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