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SPIRITUAL

Spiritual and religious symbols are very common in dreams, however they more often than not have meanings that are totally unrelated to our personal spiritual beliefs and tend to reflect choices or feelings.


Abbey

*Please See Church.

*Please See Convent.

Aboriginal People

To dream of an Aboriginal people represents aspects of your personality that resist change, are stubborn, or sacrifice nothing.

Positively, the Aboriginal person symbolizes moral strength, maintaining principles, and resisting corruption of values and beliefs.

Negatively, the Aboriginal person symbolizes an unwillingness to give up bad habits, make progress, or think about something in a more sophisticated or mature way. It also suggests that you are being overindulgent or overly emotional.

To dream of a deer turning into a Native American person may reflect feelings about yourself having been naive about life in some way and then getting powerful insights that make you very stubborn about ever experiencing weakness or losing ever again.

Aboriginal or Native people may dream about seeing people of their race if they are experiencing race related issues. People who are only half Native may dream about Native people if they don't feel accepted by other Native people.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing Native American people. In waking life he was struggling with a spiritual challenge and wouldn't give up no matter how hard it got.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing a train being stopped and boarded by Native Americans. In waking life she was at the end of her pregnancy. She feared losing the child and not being able to have any more children. The Native Americans in this case may have reflected her feelings about life or nature stubbornly never letting her have more children.

Example 3: A man dreamed of talking to Native Americans. In waking life he was realizing that he was being too stubborn about his views with others when he was having serious conversations with them.

Adam And Eve

To dream of Adam and Eve represents an area in your life where you are starting from scratch, or need to rebuild your life.

Negatively, dreams of Adam and Eve may reflect feelings about corrupted ideals or promises at the beginning of a new stage in life.  Choosing to not uphold long held mutual goals after new opportunities arise.  Witnessing moral corruption or loyalty being disregarded for self-interest.  Family or friendship being placed as a second priority to selfish opportunities.

Adam and Eve dreams are commonly accompanied by symbols like nuclear bombs or end of the world scenarios.  This reflects a powerful change in the dreamer's life or belief system that requires them to start over, or move in a new direction.

Example:  A man dreamed of seeing Adam and Eve.  Eve went off to eat an apple from a forbidden tree.  In waking life the man was witnessing his father becoming corrupt with power after his Grandmother died leaving his father with total control of a large property and inheritance.  The father began to intentionally ignore good advice or suggestions which then led to unending lawsuits and financial losses.

*Please See Garden Of Eden.

All-Seeing Eye

To dream of the all-seeing eye represents a higher level of awareness, or becoming more conscious of yourself and of the world around you.   You may be experiencing a time in your life where you are mentally, or spiritually evolving.

The all-seeing eye is common to users of ayahuasca or other hallucinogenic substances as it symbolizes the higher level of consciousness, awareness, or insight that is being gained while using the substances.  It also reflects the feelings the user has of connecting to something greater than themselves.

Angels

To dream of an angel represents goodness, purity, protection, comfort, and consolation. Angels may also represent your view of a person or situation that you see as being a perfect solution to a problem. An angel reflects a wonderful situation in your life that relieves you of a burden or spares you of difficulty. An angel is indicative of a situation that leaves you feeling blessed, thankful, or lucky.

An angel may also represent a partner, fiancee, or spouse that you see as being perfect.

Angels often appear in the dreams of people who have had a powerful spiritual experience or renewed interest in their beliefs because it's reflecting the sense of safety, belonging, or "safe harbor" that comes with these experiences.

To dream of a person you know with angel wings represents some aspect of your personality that make you feel safer or relieved of a difficult situation. It may also reflect your feelings about that person making your life easier or protecting you in some way. It may also reflect your feelings about them being perfect.

To dream of angel wings being cut off or burned off represents a problem or negative intentions that keep something or someone from being viewed as perfect. Wanting to see someone or something as perfect, but feeling that something is not allowing it.

To dream that you are an angel represents your feelings of responsibility, or a need to protect others. Being someone else's perfect solution to a problem.

Example: A woman dreamed of an angel walking towards her. In real life she was amazed when a friend wanted to practice her faith with her. Something she longed for. The angel reflected how this friend was a perfect solution to her problem of not being able to practice her faith the way she always wanted to.

Example 2: A man dreamed of having an angel on his shoulder telling him to not go listen to certain music. In waking life he was in a band that was going nowhere and realized that taking a serious job away from music would be a very good idea to listen to in order to have financial stability for the rest of his life.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of assuming angels were protecting her while she drove a car blind. In waking life she was believing in God for a great turnaround to a frustating financial problem. In this case the angel symbolism may have reflected her belier that faith in God was all she needed to survive a financial difficulty without thinking harder about more real world options to fix her problem. She may have been surviving financial problems "on luck" believing it was God.

Example 4: A young woman dreamed of seeing angels giving her a part of their souls. In waking life she didn't like her job and was hoping to get a new job that she liked a lot. In this case the angels may have reflected her thoughts about working at a new job after getting job responses from companies she liked making her feel good about being taken away from the job she didn't like. She felt potential relief of her current job not mattering as much.

*Please See Halo.

*Please See Heaven.


Armageddon

To dream of Armageddon may reflect a struggle between good and bad intentions in your waking life that feels on an emotional level to be of epic proportions. Feeling that all the good you have worked for is at risk of being lost to negative intentions or bad people forever. Feeling that you are emotionally at war with terrible people. An epic struggle of moral strength.

Alternatively, Armageddon may reflect the unforgiving nature of a struggle or conflict in waking life. A difficult or stressful situation that requires your full attention and energy to confront it. Facing a powerful addiction that feels impossible to overcome. Feelings about needing to struggle through a very stressful event or emotional upheaval. A life changing event like a divorce, company takeover, or economic crisis. A serious conflict between right and wrong in your life.

Armageddon may appear in a dream when you have to confront a person or situation that's doing everything to stop you.

*Please See End Of The World.

Ayahuasca

To dream of ayahuasca represents risking everything to face your problems.  Often a symbol for a lot courage required to intentionally confront one of your biggest fears.  Planning ahead of time to confront something that is enormouslt scary.  Being more concerned with confronting your fears than you are with your own safety or emotional stability.  No concern for how you feel at all if it means confronting a serious problem.

Baptism

To dream of a baptism represents proper psychological, emotional, or spiritual renewal. Feelings about deeming something renewed or deeming your conscience cleared. Feelings about yourself or some area of your life being deemed accepted as honest. Feeling good that you have "arrived" spiritually due to accepting a change. Feeling good about sins or your negativity from your past being let go of. You may be giving up old beliefs or habits for a new way of thinking. Feeling that you must perfectly accept certain conditions in order to prove your deserve a fresh start. Feeling accepted to have have start or clear conscience.

A baptism may be a sign that you are changing your attitude, or taking a new approach. It may also reflect new influences, making amends with your past, or a new lease on life. Consider the saying "being reborn into something new."

Negatively, baptism may be a sign that care too much about getting someone else's acceptance or forgiveness in order move on with life. Placing to much importance on surrendering your ideas, preferences, or life choices in order to be forgiven.

Example: A woman dreamed of a baptism. In waking life she wanted to finish the construction of her deceased father's grave. In this case the baptism may have reflected her wish to feel deemed of a clear conscience or spiritually redeemed for finishing her father's gravestone because she felt spiritually questionable with the unfinished gravestone.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being baptized and then seeing a white horse as she walked out of a lake. In waking life she had an organ transplant and was on medical leave. The baptism in this case may have reflected her feelings about a renewed sense of life due to her new organ making her feel physically renewed while the white horse represented her ambition to get back to work after the transplant healed.

Bible

To dream of the bible represents your moral standards or fundamental belief system. It may also represent your sense of truth. A fundamentalist mindset or attitude about something happening in your life. Confronting major or "biblical" changes that you find difficult. Finding strength in fundamental beliefs or moral structure. A fundamental structured plan for your life. Seeking comfort that you are doing the right thing. Feeling that it's important to stand by your morals. A person or resource that you feel has all the answers you need. Struggling to be a responsible adult when something difficult happens to you. Answers or codes of behavior that you always have faith in.

Alternatively, dreaming about the bible may reflect your heightened sensitivity about behaving or living as God intended. Fear of God. Feelings about religion being too serious. Fear you aren't reading the bible enough.

Negatively, dreaming of the bible may reflect naive assumptions about something being unquestionably right. Unquestioned blind faith that doesn't help you. A casual approach to powerful fundamental solutions. Alternatively, it may reflect beliefs or fear of not living your life honestly. A tendency to preach to others about morality or how to be perfect.

To dream of a person damaging or ripping the bible may represent some aspect of your personality that is turning it's back on fundamental beliefs or moral standards. It may also reflect a person or situation that doesn't share your beliefs. Feeling that someone is insensitive about your standards or values Feeling fed up with being perfectly honest.

To dream of a red bible represents a passionate need for honesty or to adhere to certain beliefs. Passionate attitude towards fundamental beliefs. A passionate attitude towards believing in God. It may also reflect a disingenuous use of moral dogma. Alternatively, it may reflect an ugly attitude about strict beliefs in God.

To dream of a "biblical" type war may reflect feelings about challenges or conflict in your life that is too important to back down from. Feeling that your life or future in on the line. Feeling that too much is at stake to give up.

To dream of a Bible on fire represents a crisis or sense of urgency related to your fundamental beliefs or values. You may feel pressured to give up your faith or sense of structure, and your beliefs may be challenged or threatened. The burning of the Bible can symbolize a situation that is dangerously out of control, jeopardizing or compromising your beliefs and values. It may also indicate a need to reassess or reexamine your beliefs in the face of new or challenging circumstances. This dream may be a warning to pay closer attention to what you hold as essential, as neglecting your fundamental beliefs or structure can lead to danger and instability. Dangerously never thinking of fundamental beliefs or structure ever again.

Example: A man dreamed of a biblical type war. In waking life he was confronting a very serious illness that he thought was going to destroy his life. In this case the bible may have reflected his faith in God and spirituality that helped him cope with his illness and the difficult situation he was facing.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being in a church with her ex-boyfriend and trying to solve math equations based on bible chapters. In waking life her ex-boyfriend was getting married and she was struggling to find a way to deal with her jealousy of never having him ever again. She needed some kind of way to help her accept her ex-boyfriend's new life and make a structured plan to move on with her life as well.

Example 3: A young woman dreamed of a bear demanding that she give him her bible and then ran away from the bear. In waking life her boyfriend was very controlling and wanted to her to give up her plans for her life to be with him and she decided to break up with him him and follow through on her life plans. The bible in this case may have reflected the girl's fundamental views about how her life should be lived.

Example 4: A teenage girl dreamed of reading the bible while demons were around her. In waking life she felt like she had committed a sin. In this case the bible may have reflected her beliefs or values about right and wrong, and the demons may have reflected her fears or guilt about having done something wrong or sinful. The dream may have been an expression of her inner conflict or struggle to reconcile her actions with her moral beliefs.

Bishop

To dream of a bishop represents an aspect of your personality that is a moral authority above other moral authorities. A moral authority that can't be disagreed with without consequences. Alternatively, it may reflect feelings of authority in your church with the power to oversee progression. Feelings of respect or power in your church towards you or others.

Negatively, a bishop may reflect feelings about a person with the power to influence you into making immoral choices because they have too much power over you. An authority figure that is arrogantly making you trust it.

Example: A woman dreamed of being in the house of a bishop. In waking life she felt pressured by her boss and employees into infidelity to destroy someone else's marriage. The bishop symbolism in this case may have reflected her feelings about her boss having moral authority over managers to influence her into a relationship to destroy someone else's marriage.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing the Bishop of her church. In waking life she felt that her pastor wasn't allowing her to move forward in the ministry. The Bishop in this case may have reflected her feelings about her achievements in the church making her deserving of forcing her pastor to help her move forward in the ministry.

Buddha

To dream of Buddha represents an aspect of yourself that is understanding or compassionate. You or someone else that is being a "bigger person."  You or someone else that is enlightened.

The Buddha reflects wisdom, insight, compassion, or patience while confronting problems or difficult people. Buddha also symbolizes a lack of pettiness or taking a long view of problems. A part of you that's totally at peace with themselves or the world.

Chakras

To dream of chakras represents emotional alignment or centeredness that makes you feel completely balanced as a person. Feelings about everything in your life being in balance because you don't worry all the time. Protectiveness of balance in every aspect of your thinking or being never being blocked or disconnected. Your search for understanding and restoring balance in your life.

Positively, it may reflect feelings of being more emotionally or spiritually connected.

Negatively, it may reflect some area of your life that feels emotionally or spiritually blocked or disconnected. Having a bad day because you feel blocked or disconnected from your usual self. Experiencing a lack of balance or harmony in her physical health.

Dreams of Chakras may be common to people who meditate or who are creative artists.

Example: A young woman dreamed of a silver light that came out of her mouth and she knew it was her throat chakra. In waking life, she was having a terrible time with her art. She didn't want to draw and hated everything. In this case, the throat chakra may have reflected her feelings about being disconnected from confidently speaking about herself due to her creative abilities feeling blocked.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing chakras explained. In waking life, she became very ill with hot and cold spells all night long with restless sleep. In this case, the chakras may have reflected her feelings of experiencing a lack of balance or harmony in her physical health. The explanation of chakras in the dream might symbolize her search for understanding and restoring balance in her life during her illness.

Christ

*Please See Jesus Christ.

Christening

*Please See Baptism.

Christian People

To dream of Christians represents aspects of your personality with a mindset that respects itself persistent about seeing itself as safely moral so that nobody else thinks otherwise. A struggle to resist temptation and uphold values, beliefs, and principles, even in the face of difficult challenges or societal pressures. You may feel that the onus is on you to keep up faith or moral behavior to avoid losing God's approval. You may also have a self-awareness of your commitment to doing nothing wrong or being noticed doing nothing wrong. Dreaming of Christian people may also represent a belief in the value of doing good or being kind to others. It could symbolize the importance of living by a certain set of values or principles that you hold dear. A need for guidance or a desire for a stronger sense of purpose or faith. Additionally, it may represent a need for forgiveness, redemption, or salvation.

Negatively, Christians in dreams may represent a mindset that is overdoing moral appearances for what other people think. Overdoing suffering because you believe it will make God forgive you. It could also represent a fear of being judged or criticized for your beliefs or actions. Feeling uptight about doing anything immoral. An arrogant attitude about thinking your never wrong about what morality is. It may also be a sign that you are having problems forgiving yourself. A sense of conformity or pressure to adhere to societal or religious an inner desire or fear, or a call to serve God. A sense of guilt, judgment, or hypocrisy. It could symbolize feelings of unworthiness or shame for not living up to your own or others' expectations. Jealousy of why God doesn't help you or protect you when you were faithful.

Christian people in dreams commonly appear when a person questions about whether faith is too little or too excessive.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a Christian protesting against sexual lust. In waking life, he was trying to give up on masturbation. In this case, the Christian person may have reflected the man's inner moral compass or sense of guilt regarding his sexual desires, as well as his efforts to resist and overcome them. The Christian protesting against sexual lust may represent the man's own internal struggle to resist temptation and uphold his values, beliefs, and principles, even in the face of difficult challenges or societal pressures. It may also suggest a need for self-discipline, self-control, and restraint in his behavior and actions.
Example 2: A young woman dreamed of seeing a very religious woman and a man trying to impress her. The man says something sarcastic and woman says "Excuse me?" The man responds "No offense, it's just a good Christian song." In waking life, the woman was proposed to 2 days after this dream. In this case, the claim that a song was just a good Christian song may have reflected the dreamer feeling uncertain about the sincerity of her partner's religious beliefs and commitment to morality, particularly in the context of pressuring premarital sexual activities after he proposed to her.

Example 3: A person dreamed that the rapture happened and was not sure why they were left behind because there were confident that they were a good Christian. In waking life, the dreamer was frustrated by her complaining mother where upset them a lot. In this case, the dreamer feeling that they were a good Christian may have reflected the dreamer's belief that they were doing everything right and morally sound in life, yet they were unable to understand why they were being subjected to a stagnant life that felt behind looking after their mother. The dreamer may have been questioning the fairness of the situation and may have been struggling with feelings of self-doubt and confusion about their own morality and spirituality.

Example 4: A man dreamed of a Christian minister asking him if he knew Jesus. His response was yes, but that his faith was weak due to the despair of not getting a promotion at work. The Christian minister said that the man was being looked after from people in heaven. In waking life, he was upset that he wasn't being offered a higher job position. In this case, the Christian minister may hay have reflected the man's inner voice and sense of professionalism about his faith, urging the dreamer to strengthen his faith and rely on his beliefs to help him cope with his disappointment.

Example 5: A woman dreamed of saying "why can't you forgive me?" to a person she felt was a strong Christian. In waking life, she had regret for things she had said and done and wished she hadn't. In this case, the belief in the person being a strong Christian whom she wanted forgiveness from may have reflected her feelings about never being forgiven by someone who does everything right in life with a strong sense of faith.

Example 6: A woman dreamed of seeing a Goth woman and a Christian woman. In waking life, she had a recovered from a drug problem that got her kicked out of school and she wanted to return to school again. In this case, the contrast between the Goth woman and the Christian woman may have reflected the dreamer's inner conflict between her old lifestyle associated with drug addiction and a desire to change her life and become a better person.

Church

To dream of a church represents your need for answers to a life problem that is troubling you. You may need insight, a solution, or some kind of guidance about what direction to take, or why something is happening to you. You may have reached a crossroads. Thoughts about needing answers or insight in how to get through a difficult situation. Questioning how to be a good person for the rest of your life. You may be asking yourself, "What am I supposed to do next with this situation?" or "What am I supposed to do with my life?" Anxiety that you might have screwed up while hoping the problem goes away. Having faith in life or other people.

Alternatively, a church may symbolize your religious faith. It represents how faithful you feel or your opinion about the purity of your faith. Hoping that God is not angry at you.

Negatively, dreaming of a church may reflect your feelings about other people being stupid with blind faith during serious matters. An ignorant or unobjective belief that everything will work out if you are faithful enough. Your awareness of others struggling to solve problems or your feelings about others being desperate for answers to their problems.

To dream of a cathedral church may represent your perception of a grand and powerful source of support, guidance, or spiritual solace during a time of uncertainty and anxiety.

To dream of church basement may represent a problem, crisis, or test of faith. It may also reflect difficulty trying to figure out why something terrible is happening to you. Hoping to salvage a situation despite difficulties.

Women often dream of being naked in church days before their wedding, which could be a manifestation of their anxiety about being the center of attention during the wedding ceremony. Anxiety about all their friends and family speaking about and seeing every single detail about them during the ceremony.

Example: A man dreamed of being in a church that was on fire and thought standing at the pulpit would protect him while it continued to burn. In waking life, he was dying of AIDS and thought returning to his old job as a minister was his final calling. Two weeks later he

died.Example 2: A man dreamed of being in a church. In waking life, he felt that someone he knew was being very stupid and naive with blind faith in the government to solve the financial crisis of 2008. In this case, being in church may have reflected his hope for an answer to financial problems when none could be seen.

Example 3: A man dreamed of feeling that it was important to go to church. In waking life, he was having a hard time in his life and felt that he needed to start being more faithful in other people. In this case, the church may have reflected his desire for support, guidance, or a sense of belonging during a challenging period in his life.

Example 4: A man dreamed of standing in front of a church that was built as a tower that went into the sky. He felt that he wanted to safely chop this church down like a tree. In waking life, he was trying to figure out how to cut a mentor out of his life that he had lost respect for without creating relationship problems with the person. In this case, the church may have reflected his perception of the mentor's once-authoritative and influential presence in his life, which he now viewed as undeserving or no longer beneficial.

Example 5: A woman dreamed of being in a church basement. In waking life, she felt that her marriage was ending, but still had great faith that it could be saved if she tried hard enough. In this case, the church basement may have reflected her deep-rooted belief in the power of faith and commitment to salvage her marriage despite the difficulties she was facing.

Example 6: A woman dreamed of being in a cathedral church. In waking life, she was having anxiety about the future, but felt able to hold on just enough. In this case, the cathedral church may have reflected her perception of a grand and powerful source of support, guidance, or spiritual solace during a time of uncertainty and anxiety.


Confession Booth

To dream of a confession booth represents a need to clear your conscience, to speak up, or reveal a secret.  You may feel guilty, are blaming yourself, or simply feel the need to come clean or do the right thing.

Convent

To dream of a convent represents total dedication to the sacrifice of your desires, wishes, or goals. You may be trading your enjoyment or aspirations for a sense of security.

You may feel restricted from fully expressing yourself. It may also reflect a life situation where you are willingly isolating yourself from other people's opinions or a situation that you perceive to be the lesser of two evils.

Alternatively, the dream may reflect your feelings about a situation being your last chance, or only opportunity.

Cross

*Please See Crucifix.

Crucifix

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

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

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

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

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

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

Crucifixion

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

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

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

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

Demon


To dream of a demon represents an aspect of your personality that is noticeably antagonistic to anything positive. It reflects problematic people, situations, or your own bad habits that are totally motivated by negativity. It may also reflect people or situations that seem to actively work against you, or your own shadow self that prefers negative choices. Destruction addictions you can't resist. An area if you life where you are experiencing torment, repressed urges, or unacceptable urges. Feelings about people or situations being evil in the method they interfere with your goals.

A demon may also reflect people or situations that never allow you to break free of a problem. Also jealousy or bitterness that seems personal. Ignorance, distress, or meanness. Feeling as though someone is out to get you.

Alternatively, a demon may reflect your own jealousy, bitterness, or anger at someone you want to torment or get revenge on.

To dream of being possessed by demons may reflect a powerful sense of helplessness. You may have strong feelings of guilt, anger, or bitterness. It may also indicate problems getting over your past.

Example real life situations that may inspire demon dreams may be racism, abuse, children that won't behave, , revenge, intense fears, addictions, or bullying.

To dream of fighting a demon represents emotional or psychological conflict with bad influences, bad habits, or negative situations. Confrontation with something you perceive to be negative or dangerous.

Dreaming of a demon may reflect real life feelings about spiritual warfare or that evil is following you. Highly religious people may have issues with their faith being so strong that they perceive anything wrong or losing in their life as demonic conflict. In these cases strong faith may be a problem because it interferes with new ideas.

Example: A man dreamed of being accused of being a demon. In waking life he felt at fault for serious problems within his family.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing her ex-husband as a demon. In waking life she was having issues dealing with her ex-husbands abusive behavior.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing a demon. In waking life her husband was being threatened with deportation and she felt that the immigration authorities were "out to get" her husband by interfering with all attempts to keep her husband in the country. The demon symbolism in this case may have reflected her feelings about how intentionally evil or mean the immigration authorities felt to her.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of demonic angels. In waking life she felt that issues with her past mistakes would never leave her alone.

*Please See Satan.

*Please See Hell.


Devil

*Please See Satan.

*Please See Demon.

Doves

To dream of a dove represents peace or resolution of conflict. Doves may be a sign that you've come to terms with your past, with people you're fighting with, or that you're moving on. You may also be experiencing a fresh start or a new beginning. Peaceful resolutions in waking life. Transcending a crisis. Feelings about life being beautiful. Hoping for good news. Harmony.

To dream of seeing doves fly may reflect feelings about how beautiful it is to see the resolution of a problem. Beauty or peace transcending trouble. Receiving good news.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing doves fluttering around her daughter who was standing inside a tower. In waking life she was hoping that her daughter would awaken from a tragic coma she went into.

Example 2; A man dreamed of seeing a dove fly while it carried a rainbow triangle. In waking life he was enjoying having a new purpose in life after losing all he had and preparing to kill himself.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing a dove fly. In waking life she had just heard that her brother was getting married.

End Of The World

To dream of the end of the world represents fundamental change to your ways of being and thinking. The foundation of your current life has been altered. It symbolizes your thoughts or feelings about a dramatic change or situation in life where you don't know what to do. You may be experiencing anxiety for the future, and there may be a lot of changes that confuse or frustrate you.

The dream may indicate the end of one kind of lifestyle and the beginning of another. There may be a need for help or extra time to make adjustments. A sign that you need to show more courage as you move into the next chapter of your life.

End of the world dreams are common to people who have experience the death of parent or loved one.

Example: A young man dreamed that it was the end of the world. In waking life he felt forced to move away with his family to a different state and leave behind all his friends and the comfortable life he had gotten used to. The end of the world symbolism most likely reflected his overwhelming feelings of anxiety about the enormous amount of change he was experiencing. Feeling forced to shift from one life to another very quickly.

*Please See Armageddon.


Garden of Eden

To dream of the Garden of Eden represents a situation that you feel is perfect, innocent, or plentiful. A reflection of beauty, harmony and tranquility in your life.

To dream of wanting to return to the Garden of Eden represents your desire to return to innocence or happier times. You may regret something you did, or don't like a change that has occurred.

Gates Of Hell

To dream of the gates of hell symbolizes impending suffering and unpleasantness. You may be flirting with trouble, or feel that a unpleasant situation is close a hand.

Negatively, you may feel that you intentionally choosing to experience an unbearably unpleasant situation in order to confront a problem. A choice that is before you that may involve walking away from happiness for a very long time. The choice about whether or not you want to enter yourself into a terrible situation.

Alternatively, dreaming about the gates of hell may reflect your feelings about whether or not you are deserving to go to hell spiritually.

*Please See Hell.

Goats

To dream of a goat represents persistence, relentlessness, or an unwillingness to give up.  A goat in a dream may be a sign that you are obsessed with something, are unwilling to give up, or are will adapt to a situation to maintain your position or views.  Goats may also reflect people or situations that seem adjust or adapt to everything you do.

Goats are often depicted in satanic images to reflect the relentless nature of negativity.

God

To dream of God represents an aspect of your personality that's unquestionably or unsympathetically positive. Resisting or failing anything negative no matter the consequences. Dangerous positivity. God might also qualities that are absolutely perfect such integrity, honesty, power, or compassion for others. The good in you that can never fail and embarrasses other people who may acting negative. Something is being set straight and there may no sympathy whatsoever. Feeling on your own with problems with God supporting you. Feeling that God is responsible for changes or progress in your life.

God may also represent you or someone else that has the power to do whatever they want. A situation in your life where you can't be repressed or answer to no one. You or someone else that has the final say and can exact consequences if needed. Power that can never lose.

Alternatively, dreaming about God represents your feelings about controlling your life, your faith, or what God thinks of you. Issues that revolve around good and bad. Questions of faith.

Negatively, God could reflect a crisis or disaster situation that calls for positive change that might scare you. Overcoming difficulties. Having to do something all on your own and hoping that God is there for you. Relying too much in faith then in your own human abilities or relationships to solve problems.

To be God in a dream may represent your feelings of total power or knowing you can do whatever you want. You may have special talents or superiority over others. Total freedom or feeling more powerful than others.

To dream of saying "Oh My God" represents feelings that leave you shocked, scared, or repulsed by something you are witnessing in waking life. Total disbelief that something in waking life is happening or shocked that someone would ever want to do something unusual. Experiencing something you are offended by.

Example: A woman dreamed of being encouraged by God to jump off a cliff. In waking life she was planning to break free from an abusive relationship and move. God reflected her scary choice to embarrass her boyfriend by leaving him for a newer happier life that was uncertain.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of an evil anti-christ person calling himself God. In waking life her boyfriend got a good job and this was going to force both of them to move away and change her life a lot. In this case the evil person calling themself God when they weren't may have reflected her feelings about the boyfriend's good new job forcing a powerful life changing decision to move.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of wearing a ring dedicated to God. In waking life she was a nurse who was falsely accused of abuse by a patient. The ring dedicated to God may have reflected her commitment to God allowing her to endure falsehoods at work until proven innocent. The dream may have been a sign that she was more concerned with faith in God proving her to be an honest person then in being confident about her genuine honesty.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of saying "Oh My God." In waking life she had witnessed someone at work being fired. In this case saying "Oh My God" may have reflected her shock of seeing someone being fired.

Example 5: A man dreamed of saying "God Help Me." In waking life he found out that his wife was pregnant. In this case saying "God Help Me" may have reflected her feelings about being impossibly unprepared for the birth of a child depending on faith to carry him emotionally.

Example 6: A woman dreamed of being on the "Highway Of The Lord." In waking life she was dealing with a lot of problems and eventually starting to experience a lot of fast paced progress. The highway named after The Lord may have reflected her feelings about God being responsible for all the progress in her life.

*Please See Heaven.

Goddess

To dream of a goddess represents an aspect of yourself that satisfies your needs, makes your wishes come true, or gives you everything you want.  Something beautiful or amazing that you have deep appreciation for.

To dream that you are a goddess may represent your feelings of totally pleasing someone else, or doing everything you can you help them.  It may also reflect a powerful sense of appreciation or respect you feel from others.

Halo

To dream of a halo represents your feelings that a person, situation, or idea is a paragon of good behavior, kindness, or morality. Feelings about purity, or exceptional goodness. Feelings about being exceptionally virtuous, moral, or a good person. An ideal or a higher level of moral consciousness that you or someone else embodies. A person or situation in your life that is a paragon of good behavior, kindness, or morality. Behavior that is perceived as "saintly."

Positively, dreaming about a halo may represent feelings of admiration, reverence, or respect toward someone's moral integrity or virtuous actions. A role model or an aspiration to achieve a higher moral standard in your life. The dream could be a reminder to stay true to your principles and values or to recognize the goodness in yourself or others. Purity and positive influence.

Negatively, a halo in a dream could represent unrealistic expectations of yourself or others regarding moral standards, leading to feelings of guilt or inadequacy. Believing that someone else is morally superior. A sanctimonious or self-righteous attitude, where you or someone else thinks too highly of their moral standing. Alternatively, the dream may point to a situation where someone is perceived as too good to be true, hinting at hidden flaws or hypocrisy.

To dream of being aware of a halo not being present may represent feelings about being aware of yourself or someone else not being looked up to for their virtues or good deeds. A recognition of humility, unrecognized efforts, or the absence of acknowledgment for one's positive qualities or actions. A personal sense of modesty, feeling undervalued, or the perception that others are failing to recognize the inherent goodness or moral strength in a person or situation. Feeling that true goodness is not always visible or celebrated.

Example: A young woman dreamed of seeing an old man she thought was an angel, but he had no halo. He just helped customers pay bills. In waking life, she had to pay for her own school while helping her family home keep running safely. She felt that God was helping her manage her life and all its problems in a way that was more apparent than usual. In this case, the angel that is noticeably lacking a halo may have reflected her own feelings about herself not being looked up for being incredibly helpful to the family while believing God was helping her.


Heaven

To dream of heaven represents perfect happiness, bliss, or transcendence. A state of mind or situation where everything is working out. Feeling that everything you want is happening. Feelings about life working perfectly or feeling very happy to experience a moment of extreme luck. Situations in your life where you feel an exceptional amount of support from other people that may be unusual for you. Feelings of paradise or that a situations "feels like heaven." Preoccupation with escaping a depressing or banal life. Preoccupation with restoring optimism and hope to your life.

Negatively, dreaming about heaven may reflect too much wishful thinking or desire for a perfect outcome that may be unrealistic. Expecting too much from people to make your life perfect. Expecting strangers you just met to perfectly fix your problems. Problems with accepting that the fact that you need to deal with your problems on your own. Difficulties accepting the hard reality of a situation. Too much confidence in strangers solving your problems. Naively believing that perfect happiness is possible.

To dream of not being allowed into heaven may represent a situation in waking life that prevents you from achieving total happiness. Feeling denied from happiness. Anxiety or jealousy that you weren't perfect enough in some way.

Dreams of heaven may occur for people who are very religious and experiencing anxiety about God thinking they are a good person when they die.

Dreams of heaven are also common to people who may have had a very hard life (disabilities, bad family, bad luck) and believe that supportive people they meet for the first time are going to solve their problems.

Additionally, dreams of heaven may manifest for individuals who are deeply religious and are feeling anxious about whether God will perceive them as a good person after their passing.

Example: A deaf woman with severe disabilities dreamed of being in heaven. In waking life she had met someone off the internet and then began to believe that they might help her to fix some of her problems when nobody else ever wanted to help her. The heaven symbolism may have reflected her naive belief that the new person she met off the internet would make her life perfect as deaf people tend to have issues with trusting people.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of running into a building that she felt was heaven. In waking life, she had been struggling to cope with the death of both her parents and personal problems until she found a job working for a man she was secretly falling in love with. In this case, the concept of heaven may reflect her feelings of finding solace and relief from her troubles in her new job and the possibility of a relationship with the man she was attracted to.

*Please See God.

Hell

To dream of being in Hell represents an unpleasant situation that feels like it never ends while nobody cares about anything you are feeling. Agony or suffering. You may feel tortured or frustrated by a problem. Feeling that it's impossible to believe in yourself the way you are supposed to. A situation that feels inescapable, that totally lacks respect, or feels like nobody cares about anyone else's feelings. An intensely uncomfortable, chaotic, or problematic situation. Feelings of hopelessness and despair.

Dreaming about Hell may reflect a job you hate, a serious illness, nightmare situation, unending punishment, or feeling that you are surrounded by terrible evil or mean people. An abusive situation or terrible hospital experience.

Negatively, hell in a dream could represent your own self-inflicted torment and feelings of despair. It may also suggest that you are trapped in negative patterns of thought or behavior, or feel trapped in a situation from which you see no way out.

Alternatively, it could symbolize your fears or anxieties about punishment for your actions.

Example: A man dreamed of going to Hell. In waking life, he endured a very unpleasant hospital experience. In this case, Hell may have reflected his feelings of suffering, fear, and lack of control during his hospital stay.

Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing a bunch of people on a rollercoaster car drive passed him and move downward going towards Hell. In waking life, the man was aware of criminals that were caught enjoying a crime facing the rest of their lives in prison. In this case, Hell may have reflected his feelings about the criminal's irreversible fate of suffering severe punishment for their crimes. The rollercoaster could symbolize the thrilling yet risky path of crime they chose which eventually led to their downfall and "hellish" outcome of a life in prison.

Holy Grail

To dream of the Holy Grail represents wish fulfillment or a perfect solution. To search for the Holy Grail reflects your desire to find the perfect solution to something elusive.

Negatively, the holy grail in a dream may reflect dangerous behavior or risk taking to achieve an elusive goal. Obsession to the point of hurting yourself.

The Holy Grail in a dream is a sign that you want to find or discover something that has been lost or suppressed. Either a part of your personality or an answer that eludes you.

Holy Water

To dream of holy water represents thoughts, habits, or life situations that are totally redeeming, perfectly positive, or completely rid you of problems and negative situations. A redeeming action or quality that is unquestionable.

Negatively, holy water may reflect too much faith that something will instantly fix your problems.

To dream of holy water you don't trust represents your suspicions about promises or claims about something being a perfect solution, or that is totally redeeming.

Example: A deeply religious woman dreamed that she wasn't allowed to use holy water to heal herself. In waking life she was dealing with serious family issues with the possibility of her children being taken away from her. She felt that God was ignoring her praying for her problems to go away.

Jesus Christ

To dream of Jesus Christ represents an aspect of your personality that embodies selflessness, compassion, and sacrifice for a higher purpose or belief. Pain, suffering, unbearable challenges to overcome problems. Giving up what you like for the better good. Making history doing every single last thing you can to do what you believe God wants or to be completely moral. Making history making the strongest sacrifices to overcome negativity completely. Shedding things in your life that are unwanted or unneeded to become completely moral. Making history sacrificing something or feeling bad to achieve a goal because you believe it's for a greater good. Feeling that life is testing your strength.

Jesus often points to giving up bad habits or trying your hardest to to rid yourself of negativity because you want to become 100% moral, inline with God, or feel that you are good enough.

Positively, dreaming of Jesus Christ may reflect a strong desire for personal growth, moral support, or overcoming personal struggles. You may be striving for self-improvement, maintaining your faith, and facing challenges with grace and humility.

Negatively, Jesus Christ may reflect your feelings about overdoing making history sacrificing to do what you believe God wants or to be completely moral. Wasting yout time making history trying too hard to make difficult sacrifices to become moral. Enormous stress or suffering to make a serious change in your life. Fear of being a loser for rest of your life if you aren't perfect or don't suffer horribly for a good cause. Feelings of guilt, unworthiness, or failure in meeting your own moral or spiritual standards. A struggle with self-doubt, shame, or feelings of inadequacy. A critical inner voice that highlights your perceived shortcomings or reminds you of the importance of spiritual growth. Wasting your time never liking achieving redemption.

Alternatively, Jesus Christ in a dream may reflect your feelings about the strength of your faith and your commitment to moral or spiritual ideals. Your feelings about organized religion and how faithful you are to it. Negatively, Jesus may be a sign that you are too serious about organized religion.

To dream of the blood of Jesus Christ represents feelings of ultimate sacrifice, selflessness, and profound commitment to a higher purpose or belief. Feelings about the pain and suffering required to achieve spiritual growth or overcome personal challenges. Feelings about how awful, painful, or humiliating making history sacrificing was in order to do what God wants, experience salvation, or to be become completely moral.

Example: A young man dreamed of seeing Jesus. In waking life, she was trying to quit smoking. In this case, Jesus may have reflected her strong desire to overcome her addiction to cigarettes and align her life with a higher purpose or healthier lifestyle because she believed it's what God wanted from her.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of Jesus being stabbed. In waking life, she was having conflicting feelings about her catholic faith and organized religion. In this case, Jesus may have reflected her inner struggle with her faith, feeling that her commitment to organized religion was causing her pain and suffering. The stabbing of Jesus in the dream could symbolize her feelings of being hurt or betrayed by her religious beliefs, or that her spiritual ideals were being challenged in a negative way.

Example 3: A man dreamed that Jesus came to him and said that "No one could get to the father, but through him." In waking life, he was too preoccupied with believing he needed religion to be complete as a person. In this case, Jesus may have reflected the man's strong belief in the importance of organized religion and his need for spiritual guidance in order to find personal fulfillment. The dream could be a reflection of his feelings that the only way to achieve a deep connection with God or higher power was through Jesus, which could be a sign of his overdependence on organized religion.

Example 4: A man dreamed of Jesus being beside him and that God had severely judged Jesus. This left the dreamer feeling uncomfortable while he felt that the judgement given to Jesus was actually directed towards him. In waking life, the man had tried everything he could to give up a drug problem, but relapsed. He felt he failed in God's eyes. In this case, Jesus may have reflected the dreamer's feelings about himself having the ability to make enormous spiritual or personal sacrifice to overcome drugs and feeling enormous guilt and regret when he couldn't succeed.


Judgment Day

To dream of Judgment Day represents a situation in your life where justice is being served.  A reflection of either vindication or consequences the dreamer is experiencing.

Judgment Day may also symbolize situations that prove merit, entitlement, or give someone what they deserve.

*Please See Armageddon.

*Please See End Of The World.

Koran

To dream of the Koran represents fundamental beliefs of safety from being permanently bound to morality that you feel must be right. Fundamental or personal code of safety from being permanently bound to behaving that you feel must be right.

Positively, a Koran may be a sign that you are very concerned with never doing anything wrong ever again. Wanting perfect morality or good behavior.

Negatively, dreaming about the Koran represents fundamental beliefs that are too concerned with restricting happiness that you feel must be right. You or someone else may be going too far trying to be positive or moral. A code of conduct that feels it's dangerous to notice anything immoral at all while being accepted for it. A fundamental or personal code of safety that you feel must be right that is excessive.

The Koran may be a sign that you need to stop controlling yourself to the point of not being happy.

*Please See Muslim People.

Krishna

To dream of Krishna represents moral integrity.  An aspect of your personality that makes you care about being positive or doing the right thing.

Krishna in a dream may reflect a choice to remove yourself from a negative situation or an inner voice that makes you feel responsible.

An example of real life situation that encouraged a Krishna dream was when a man decided to break up with a girlfriend who was too sexually desirous of other men.  Krishna symbolized his integrity and decision to end the unhealthy relationship.

Lucifer

To dream of Lucifer represents an aspect of your personality that believes it's excellent while intentionally ignoring all honesty. Feelings about an expert if your life at "noticing not" that manipulates power for itself by attempting to feel good ignoring its own dishonesty. Evil that enjoys feeling good about itself having excellent appearances. Evil or dishonesty in your life that loves to share power, make people feel good, and let people believe in themselves while noticing that something good is being robbed. As aspect of yourself that is powerful, notices what it's doing is wrong, doesn't care about who it robs, while it likes noticing it can't be stopped. Enjoying yourself selling out God or goodness like it's not a serious decision. Arrogance that enjoys believing it's a genius that deserves to feel good bending the rules to suit itself. Feelings about a bad influence wanting you to permanently enjoy yourself not thinking rules matter. Feelings about someone who doesn't care about being guilty because it's not their problem. Feelings about the best offer you ever got in your life that might have permanent negative consequences. Evil in your life that likes to feel good successful while dishonestly noticing that other people aren't honest.

Negatively, Lucifer may reflect temptation turns you into a sellout or corrupts you wanting you to feel good about it. Temptation for success that wants to you "give your soul away" to be successful like it's a good thing. Temptation for power that doesn't think God is listening. Fear of yourself enjoying accepting corruption. Fear of being seduced into breaking rules or bending rules to suit yourself. Fear of breaking your religious faith. A bad influence that terrifies you that it doesn't think anything is wrong with what it's doing. A bad influence that flaunts risking being banished from being a good person forever like it's no big deal. Fear of that if you accept something you like that you will risk being permanently banished once you do. Attractive offers for power, money, status, or pleasure that may have permanent consequences if you accept them. Fears about your relationship with God. Corruption that likes noticing that you aren't desperate, but doesn't care about you every again after it gives you what you want.

Lucifer or Luciferianism may symbolize dishonesty that is intelligent about how power can be manipulated from good and given to bad. Intelligence about keeping good people powerless so bad people can enjoy power easily projecting positive appearances.

Example: A woman dreamed of Lucifer knocking on her door. In waking life she was unemployed, pregnant, and single. She also feared her relationship with God. In this case Lucifer may have reflected her feelings about accepting dishonest help or money from someone to help her afford her life.

Example 2: A man dreamed of Lucifer dressed as a real estate agent knocking on his door. In waking life he as confronting a greedy person who wanting him to sell out his business instead of developing it himself.

*Please See Demons.
*Please See Satan.


Mass

To dream of going to mass may represent a desire to know that you aren't doing anything wrong, or that you're making the right choices.

*Please See Church.

Miracles

To dream of a miracle represents a pleasant surprise, or a positive situation that is unexplainable.  You may be reaching new heights or experiencing changes that previously seemed impossible.

To dream of hoping for a miracle may represent a desire for a solution to a problem that you don't believe you can solve on your own.  You may be "crossing your fingers" that something good will happen.

Mohammed The Prophet

To dream of Mohammed the prophet represents an aspect of yourself that is all-powerful or unquestionable.  It reflects your feelings of infallibility, total control, or absolute authority.

Mohammed in a dream may be a sign that you are experiencing a situation where you wish to appear infallible or are believing in something without question.

To dream of Mohammed not appearing or leaving you may represent doubt, an inability to lead others, or having power questioned.

Alternatively, Mohammed may also represent a person or situation that is so powerful or important that you respect it without question.

Monestary

*Please See Convent.

Monks

To dream of a monk represents aspects of our personality that sacrifice desire and pleasure for a greater purpose. A reflection of restrictions placed on yourself for things that you enjoy in order to regain control, structure, and order. You are giving up something for a greater purpose, or for goals you think are more important.

Devotion to a cause. Piety. Devotion to God or excessive devotion to God. Jealousy of losing that drives you to make powerful lifestyle sacrifices to stay powerful.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing monks at the top of a tower. In waking life she had spent a lot of time giving up junk food and alcohol in order to lose weight because being skinny was more important to help

Moses

To dream of Moses represents an aspect of your personality that leads or carries others to safety or positivity.

Moses in a dream may reflect your attempts to help someone or represent someone that is trying to help you.

Mosque

To dream of a mosque represents a state of mind where you extra cautious about not doing anything wrong.  You may feel the need to go out of your way to make sure some area of your life is completely in order.  You may also be seeking reassurance, or feel insecure about your conduct.

A mosque in a dream reflects a strong effort to be moral, faithful, dedicated, or responsible.  It may also reflect a need to be seen by others in a positive light.

*Please See Church.

Muslim People

To dream of Muslim people represents aspects of your personality feel safe being permanently bound to morality or behaving. Morally bound absolutism. Behavior that exibits a combination of qualities of greater discipline, structure, and devotion. Strong discipline and devotion to commitment and maintaining fidelity. A conservative professional environment where modesty and respectability were highly valued. Feeling bound to values and expectations.

Negatively, dreaming about Muslims represents aspects of your personality that are overdoing feeling safe being permanently bound to morality or behaving to the point that you are unhappy. Cheating yourself out of happiness due to moral dogma or rigid discipline. Difficulty letting go of something for which you are too serious about being morally devoted to. Feeling safe being bound to morality that doesn't help your life just as much as not being morally bound. Choosing to live under permanent honest rules set by an adult or authority. Hurting yourself by being excessively bound and devoted to a moral decision. A fear of being constrained by traditional values and expectations. Feeling the weight of greater discipline, structure, devotion and expectations. Scaring or overcontrolling yourself that you are not being moral, nice, or concerning yourself with rules. Excessive honest absolutism.

Alternatively, a Muslim person may reflect how you are too concerned with what God thinks of you. Questioning yourself spiritually. Concerns with not being a perfect Muslim.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a Muslim man dressed in white. In waking life he was trying his best to stay perfectly devoted to the idea that he must never have children to respect believing in God while arguing with soemone. He was admitted later that he was too serious about his argument and didn't feel good overcontrolling himself in order to believe he wasn't wrong about what was best for the rest of his life. Giving up arguing his point made him feel better. In this case the Muslim man may have reflected the qualities of discipline, structure, and devotion exhibited by the rigid belief system he was imposing upon himself, which ultimately made him unhappy and caused him to question the validity of his beliefs.

Example 2: A man dreamed of regretting rejecting Christ because he was a Muslim. In waking life he was having long-term debates about his faith.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of the end of the world and that only women dressed like Muslims could go to heaven. In waking life she was worried about world events being the "end of the world" while questioning her standing with God. The Muslim symbolism in this case may have reflected her feelings that being a perfect muslim or visiting a mosque with all the global chaos going on was the only one sure way God would accept you in heaven.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of listening to Muslim news on the radio inside her car. In waking life she was having money problems while maintaining her belief that God wanted her to open a children's home in her country of Ecuador. In this case the Muslim news on the radio may have reflected her mindset feeling perfectly safe being permanently bound to the moral cause of helping children even when she couldn't afford it.

*Please See Islamic Fundamentalist.


Nuns

To dream of a nun represents an aspect of your personality that's giving up something they desire. Either materialistic wishes, goals, or sexual interests. A nun symbolizes letting go of something you want, or getting over someone you have romantic interests in. Making difficult long term sacrifices of pleasure for your family or the greater good.

A nun may also symbolize a person or situation that makes you consider having to give something pleasurable up.

A nun may be a sign that you need to give up your personal enjoyment or materialistic goals for a higher purpose. A nun could also reflect feelings about sacrifices of pleasurable things being unbearable to withstand for the long term.

To dream of being a nun represents your own feelings about having to give up your desires, wishes, or goals. Whether it's willingly or not, you are unable to pursue wishes, goals, or romantic interests.

To dream of running away from a nun may reflect your wish to avoid making long term sacrifices in your life of something pleasurable. Desperation to avoid being forced to stop something you enjoy a lot.

To dream of a nun with a knife may represent feelings about being forced to coerced into making a long term sacrifice of something pleasurable. It may also reflect feelings about wives or girlfriends who want you to join them in healthy long term habit you don't want to take part in because you think it would be unbearable to put up with.

Pentagram

To dream of an upright pentagram represents feelings about God being your friend and choosing to make an impressive change in your life to never stop safely serving him. Changing your life based on positive thinking, principles, or good intentions. The 5 points symbolize the head, arms, and legs of man. The 5-sided star also represents the capability for change. Man as God, or the creator of one's own life through willpower, intentions, and ideas. A conscious choice to align your life with positive experiences, success, and cooperation with others.

To dream of a reversed Satanic pentagram represents feelings about Satan being your friend and choosing to make an impressive change in your life to never stop safely serving him. Changing your life based on negative thinking, being immoral, lacking principles, bad intentions, and selfish motivations. Dedication to a lifestyle that is opposite to the co-creative lifestyle of morally living with God. Oppositional or counter-establishment beliefs.

Example: A man dreamed dreamed of seeing a red upright pentagram. In waking life, he took ayahuasca for the first time at a retreat. The experience was so impressive that he changed his life from being completely immoral to completely moral. He asked God while under the effects of ayahuasca to permanently speak to him and when the retreat was over he permanently had hypnagogia which allowed him to speak to God whenever he wanted. In this case, the red upright pentagram may have reflected his feelings about how dangerous (red) the impressive change to his brain felt which allowed him to permanently speak to God (pentagram).

Praying

To dream of praying represents hoping for the best or a desire to escape an unpleasant situation. Feeling that you need help in a situation that feels impossible or too difficult to fix yourself. You may be at a loss to know how to react to a problem, hoping that a situation will end positively, or letting fate decide an outcome.

Praying may be a sign that you feel powerless in a situation or don't know what to do to fix a problem yourself. An overwhelming feeling of hope to succeed in some area of your life that you are insecure about. A possible sign that you are not believing in yourself enough.

Negatively, praying in a dream may reflect too much reliance of God, faith, or hope. Possibly a sign that more physical action is required of you to help someone or something. Desperation that something you want or need badly will happen. Wasting time hoping for the best when talking to people or taking personal action might be better. Wasting having faith in people or life to carry you through difficulties when it may dangerous or unrealistic to do so. Wasting time hoping for a chance to avoid changing when change may be what is best for you.

Example: A young girl dreamed of praying that tornadoes weren't going to destroy her home and kill her. In waking life she was preparing to leave home and hoping that she wasn't going to embarrass herself failing in life and having to move back home after she did move out.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of praying. In waking life she and her husband were very concerned about about her husband's business going bankrupt.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of praying about her sister. In waking life she was jealous that her sister was beginning to distance herself from her socially. She hoped the problem would go away on it's own.

*Please See Church.

*Please See Priest.


Preacher

To dream of a preacher represents an aspect of your personality that is lecturing, advocating, or teaching others.  You or someone else may be trying to convince or direct others to think or act in a certain way.

Negatively, a preacher may be a sign that you are forcing ideas and beliefs on others, or that someone is forcing them on you.

Priest

To dream of a priest (not a preacher) represents moral obligation, or ensuring that principles are adhered to. You or a situation in your life may require a stronger sense of discipline, fairness, or proper conduct.

A priest may be a sign that that something in your life is interesting you in conservative behavior or staying away from bad habits or situations.

*Please See Preacher.

Rabbi

To dream of a Rabbi represents you or someone else with the final say on what is or what isn't "positive."  A person or situation that requires a situation to be perfectly in order or lawful.  Something in your life must to be totally free from negative influences.

A Rabbi reflects a strong need to maintain very high standards, positive habits, or a strong focus on helping others.

Example:  A non-Jewish man dreamed of talking to a rabbi.  In waking life he believed a school grade was adequate and his father demanded he redo the course again for a better grade.

Rapture

To dream of the rapture may represents a waking life situation that determines whether or not you deserve to feel good or like yourself.  An outcome to a situatuon that indicates whether or not you were too selfish.

A coming rapture may represent pressure you feel to be extra generous or decent.  A one time opportunity to prove your decency or generousity.

To dream of being left behind in the rapture represents preoccupation with feeling that you don't deserve something. Jealousy that others get do something you never can. Fearing never being good enough or never having a second chance. Being embarrassed for selfishness.

Religion

To dream of religion represents feelings about a fundamentalist faith in boundaries and structure. Faithfulness. Convictions. A behavior or habit you are "religious about." Adhering to strict laws you or someone else has made. You may be having issues with your sense of spirituality.

Negatively, dreaming about religion may be a sign that you are having difficulty being accepting or tolerant of differences. Obsession with fundamental values. Faith or convictions that hurt relations with other people. Naively believing you need to as committed or serious about an issue. Fear of what other people think if you break tradition, boundaries, or structure.

*Please See Christian People.
*Please See Muslim People.
*Please See Islamic Fundamentalist.


Ritual Sacrfice

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.


Satan

To dream of Satan represents powerful fear, insurmountable obstacles, or an overpowering desire for something you know is wrong. Satan can also reflect feelings of being trapped in a situation that you fear is inescapable or hopeless. Feeling that someone or something with total power over you intentionally never wants you to believe in yourself ever again. Powerful controlling negativity that doesn't want you to escape it, that wants to you accept corruption or ruination permanently, and makes you feel you deserved punishment to begin with. Satan in your dream denotes that there is something very wrong in your life that you need to stand up to or fix. You may be choosing to permanently suffer by never asking for help. Feeling that someone or something never wants you to feel good ever again. Evil or jealousy that feels intentionally imposed on you. Feeling cursed forever. Feeling let down for the rest of your life. Behavior that is so awful it finds every reason to never let go, embarrass you, or make you think that everything you ever did in your life is your fault.

Satan in a dream may reflect one of your worst problems. Something that keeps you in state of mind that feels like hell. A powerful tormenting problem or fear.

Positively, dreaming of Satan might reflect a fear of temptation or a struggle with choosing between right and wrong. It may represent your attempt to resist bad influences or avoid choices that you'll regret. Temptation of power and success that goes against the dreamer's moral values. Feelings about yourself challenging or being at odds with old fashioned conservative values.

Alternatively, Satan can represent your own rebelliousness or refusal to conform to certain rules or standards. You may be going against the grain or deliberately acting out of line. It may also indicate feelings of guilt, shame, or self-reproach for actions you've taken or thoughts you've had. Your own enjoyment or insatiable need to hurt others. Feeling good trying to permanently keep someone else away from happiness.

Example: A 16 year-old young boy dreamed of seeing Satan sitting on a throne with dead trees at his sides. In waking life, he was very good-looking and suddenly developed an illness that caused his hair to fall out. He felt that his life was over and that he would permanently be an ugly loser who would never be happy every again. In this case, Satan may have reflected his overwhelming feelings of despair, frustration, and fear due to the sudden change in his physical appearance. The sight of Satan on the throne could symbolize his perceived loss of control and the overpowering negativity he was experiencing. He may have felt tormented by his situation, akin to feeling ruled by an evil, unstoppable force, accentuating his sense of hopelessness and fears about never regaining his former happiness and self-esteem.

Example 2: Giuseppi Tartini dreamed that the Devil came to him in his sleep, sat on the end of his bed, and played the violin for what eventually became the musical piece "The Devil's Trill Sonata." In this case, the Devil playing the music may have reflected Tartini's feelings of being inspired by a dream that was so incredible he could never truly believe in himself again as a real talented musician because the dream did all the real creative work. The dream indicates that Giuseppi Tartini prided himself on being a professional musician and had issues with respecting himself as original due to the strength of the dream's inspiration. The dreams shows that God's creative inspiration is so powerful with that it can make believing in yourself ever again difficult because you are only a listener while God is the genius you copied from.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of hearing the name "Devil" and secretly thinking about Hitler when police officers came up to her to inform her that a thought control machine had read her mind and caught her comparing the Devil to Hitler. In waking life, she was living in Nazi Germany under the increasing repressive laws of the Nazi regime. In this case, the devil may have reflected how she equated the power and control exerted by Hitler as being similar to Satan because it felt evil with a sense of never wanting her to believe in herself ever again.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing a baby with devil eyes. In waking life, she was pregnant and was beginning to think about the pregnancy realistically. The need to grow up and live her entire life in a mature way may have felt scary to her or that the baby would never allow her to enjoy being young ever again. In this case, the "devil eyes" may have reflected her perception of pregnancy as overwhelmingly negative, fearful, and irreversible because it would ruin her youth with the impending responsibility of caring for her child and never allow her to believe in herself ever again.

Example 5: A woman dreamed that her daughter was Satan. In waking life, she was living in her childhood home with her husband. This childhood home was a place where she was sexually abused as a child. She felt that the house was evil because she felt forced to live in it with her husband due to finances. In this case, her daughter being Satan may have reflected her feelings about the home forcing her to live in the torment of remembering her past while requiring looking after, similar to her daughter.


*Please See Demons.

*Please See Hell.

Scripture

To dream of scripture represents feelings about wanting salvation or that salvation will come if you rigidly stick to rules. Feelings about specific wisdom, guidance, and moral values that are important to listen to. Feelings about specific fundamentals of a belief system that feel important to listen to. Feeling that if you do something all the time that you will never have a problem.

Alternatively, dreaming of scripture may reflect the dreamer's religious or spiritual beliefs, and may reveal their level of commitment or doubt towards their faith. A search for spiritual or philosophical answers and insights, or a desire for divine inspiration and protection. A search for meaning, purpose, and a sense of connection with something greater than yourself.

Negatively, dreaming about scripture may represent an attitude that is too serious about the rules" and not open to questioning or interpretation, leading to rigidity and inflexibility in your beliefs and behaviors. It may also suggest a fear of being judged or punished for not adhering to certain religious or moral codes, leading to feelings of guilt or shame. Your belief that religious dogma doesn't make sense or doesn't apply to your life. Feelings about seeking salvation being a waste of time. Questioning why bad things happen to you in waking life when you feel it's not supposed to, while feeling you need an explanation. Naively believing that if you do something all the time that you will never have a problem.

Example: A woman dreamed of reading scripture with God talking to her, but never being able to remember what God is saying. In waking life she wanted salvation. In this case the scripture may have reflected her uncertainty or doubts about finding the answers she was looking for, despite her strong desire for spiritual fulfillment.

Example 2: A man dreamed of being lectured by his mother about scripture related to homosexuality. In waking life, he had recently deleted all the porn off his computer and was trying to overcome his addiction to it. In this case, the homosexual scripture from the Bible may have reflected his feelings about fundamental morality regarding porn that views it as difficult to accept immoral behavior. In summary, he felt that porn was metaphorically "gay" to keep watching if he believed in himself as a good Christian and need to be serious about sticking to his values to stay away from it.
*Please See Bible.

Shaman

To dream of a shaman represents an aspect of your personality with superior knowledge, wisdom, and insight into confronting problems or resisting negativity. A shaman symbolizes guidance and experience that's focused on making negative situations into positive ones.

A shaman may reflect you or someone else giving advice on how to stay as positive as possible.

Sin

To dream of committing a sin represents awareness of breaking rules or guidelines that you know must never be broken. You or someone else has done something they aren't proud of. Breaking an unspoken rule or violating your own principles. Breaking organizational conduct or moral codes.

Negatively, sinning in a dream may reflect guilt you are harboring or sign that you are too concerned with being perfect. It may also reflect guilt or shame for embarrassing yourself with people who expected your co-operation.

Alternatively, sinning in a dream may reflect your guilt for not being perfect with god. Feeling spiritually unforgivable. A sign that you need to stop taking yourself so seriously or tell yourself that everyone makes mistakes. It may also mean you are trying too hard to be perfect spirituality.

To dream of someone else sinning may reflect your feeling that certain people or actions are unforgivable.

Example: A young girl dreamed of having sinned and needing to burn herself in a box to cleanse her sins. In waking life she had gotten poorer grades than was unusual for her and her parents warned her that to fix her grades she had to stop focusing on finishing first and spend more time studying. The sin in the dream may have reflected the young girl's view of getting bad grades being something that is unforgivable by her parents, teachers, and her fellow students.

Soul

To dream of a soul represents feelings about the permanent nature of the personality or character traits. Who you really are. Feeling like a whole person. Feeling like a good person.

To dream of lacking a soul or losing your soul may reflect feelings of emptiness. Not feeling like a whole person. Feelings about yourself others "selling out." Feeling permanently unforgivable. Feeling that you have permanently lost all respectability as a person or professional. Feeling that you lack creativity. Feeling that someone else owns you. Feeling unloved or that you aren't special. Feeling that you are a bad person.

Positively, souls in a dream may reflect feelings about natural love, the true honest character of a person, or natural talent.

Negatively, dreaming about souls may reflect feelings about bad things you or someone else has done being a permanently unforgivable. A bad reputation or act of selfishness that can never be overlooked. Guilt about something you feel is permanent.

Alternatively, dreaming about souls may reflect issues with your spirituality. Anxiety about your spiritual status with God or how deserving you are ti go to heaven.

To dream of running away from evil souls may reflect issues with avoiding situations where you feel you can never be forgiven every again. Avoiding bad people in your life that you feel are hopelessly negative. Avoiding being drawn back into negativity from your past. Telling yourself "that is not who I am anymore." Fearing confronting your negative past or guilt.

To dream of a soul being corrupted or turned evil may reflect feelings about yourself or other people choosing immorality. Corrupting bad influences.

To dream of seeing a soul leave a body may reflect feelings about having completed your purpose in a situation. Feeling that there is nothing left for you to do in a situation as your goals have been completed. Feeling perfectly happy with your achievements and wishing to move on.

Negatively, it may reflect guilt, shame, or fear at witnessing corruption. Experiencing yourself or someone else choosing to be corrupt or immoral. Permanently jealousy or emptiness.

To dream of saving someone else's soul may reflect feelings sacrifices you are making for someone else. Making difficult choices for someone else's best interest. Being a protector and mentor to someone. Savings others from their own negative or careless behavior.

Soulmate

To dream of a soulmate represents feelings about a relationship or some area of your life that is meant to be. Feelings about getting back together with some area of your life that was meant to be. Belonging. Someone or something that makes you feel whole. Feeling that some area of your life is meant to last and can't lose. Trust, love, or passion that never dies away. Feeling trust that you never can be cancelled. A relationship or area of your life that is wonderfully all you'd ever want. Feeling that you are doing what you were meant to do in life.

Negatively, dreaming about a soulmate may reflect problems letting go of something that isn't meant to be. Issues with thinking something needs to be "meant to be." Dependency on something or someone to feel whole. Too much focus on fate in a situation that isn't realistic. Worries or obsession with what you were meant to do in life.

Alternatively, dreaming about your soulmate may reflect your desire to be in love or questioning when you will ever fall in love. Feelings about spiritual connection to someone.

Example: A woman dreamed of a soulmate. In waking life she was questioning her marriage and what she was meant to do in life.

Spirits

To dream of spirits represents feelings about spirit of character or strength of character. The spirit of morality. The spirit of purpose. The essence of who someone was. Feeling that someone can't be with you physically needing to trust you. A memory or wisdom that lingers with you. A state of mind that needs to do the best you can do to resist something difficult, controlling, or negative. Ideal to live up to because you are on your own.

Negatively, dreaming of a spirit may reflect feelings of lost relationships or relationships that aren't as perfect as they used to be. Memories or issues that are lingering from the past. It may also reflect memories of people from your past. Something good that feels like it doesn't matter anymore.

To dream of being a spirit may reflect feelings about yourself not being physically important to someone else. Parents having feelings about children not needing them anymore physically in their lives. Feeling that you need to trust people to remember your advice or believe in you without being physically involved.

Negatively, dreaming about yourself as a spirit represents feelings about yourself not mattering or not being as important as you used to feel. Not feeling physically relevant or not having any sense of importance when it comes to "presence."

To dream of evil spirits represents negative experiences or issues from your past that are unresolved. Bad memories that linger. Feeling the need to resist something negative that wants to get you back. Sensing something is wrong in a situation.

To dream of spirits of dead relatives or friends may represent your feelings about their death. It may also reflect your intuition or foresight about impending death. A memory or haunting reminder. Feeling that the "spirit" or personality of someone who has passed survives with you in some way.

Dreaming of a dead loved one may possibly have no connection to their death at all and simply reflect an aspect of your personality based on the memories or feelings that stand out the most about them. For example, if a person dreams of their dead father it may simply reflect an issue they have with their conscience or decision they made.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing the spirit of her 14 year-old daughter moving towards her. In waking life she felt that her relationship with her daughter was permanently changed because she had moved in with her grandmother and only came over to ask for money. The spirit coming towards her may have reflected her feelings about her daughter not caring about her anymore or feeling emotional traces of who her daughter used to be as she now only visited to get money.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of herself in spirit form along with seeing evil spirits. In waking life she felt that her marriage was over because her husband was too controlling and was conflicted about whether or not to remain in the relationship. The spirits in this case may have reflected her feelings about the "spirit of the marriage" remaining without any real psychological, emotional, or physical substance.

*Please See Ghosts.

Star Of David

The Star Of David (hexagram) represents the struggle between the positive and negative aspects of creation. The upward-facing triangle represents the negative aspect of creation, and the downward facing triangle represents the positive aspect of creation. An inner struggle between good and bad aspects of your personality that feels like it may never end. It may also reflect a confrontation between good and evil. A personal moral battle that feels serious about never-ending. A sense of pride, strength, and resilience in a conflict between good and evil. An ongoing struggle between permanently thinking you are right versus an opposing side that always thinks you're wrong.

Negatively, dreaming about the Star Of David represents perfect honesty in every way possible that doesn't have to feel good, possibly to the point of hating your life, hating your parents, or endless growing up. Adherence to rules that make you feel uncomfortable about never enjoying your life because honesty is more important. Feeling like you in a state of holy war while believing that something may attack you. Feelings of being different, isolated, or misunderstood due to one's beliefs. A conflict between being right versus wrong that makes you feel you will lose everything if you aren't permanent. A conflict between being right and wrong that never lets you enjoy your side. Worrying about never being honest enough. Never believing that you are wrong about an issue that someone else might want to get back at you for.

To dream of the Star of David pulled apart or separated represents the safe separation between everything positive and everything negative. Everything positive and negative observing each other without conflict. Feelings about good and bad not being allowed to fight anymore while being aware of each other.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing the Star Of David. In waking life, he was confronted with the most powerful hallucinations of his life that required him to confront evil like he was at war with demons at the end of time. In this case, the Star of David may have reflected his personal struggle between good and evil and the sense of ongoing conflict and confrontation with evil that felt like there was no end in sight.

Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing the Star Of David. In waking life, he had the powerful spiritual experience of his life that challenged and pressured him to grow morally faster than he would have ever expected. Once the worst part was over he felt it was dangerous to stray from the new moral code he had been trained with. In this case, the Star of David may have reflected the ongoing struggle between his sense of right and wrong and the feeling that he could not deviate from this path.


Synagogue

To dream of a synagogue represents an area of your life where you need to feel like everything you are doing is perfectly positive.  A situation may motivate you to make a good impression, or follow rules exactly.

*Please See Church.

*Please See Mosque.

Temple

To see a temple in your dream represents feelings of questioning or honoring your ultimate purpose of your life. You may want to find balance or recenter yourself during or after a difficulty. A temple is a sign that something in your life is unusual resulting in a need for balance, a desire to find normalcy or grounding in one's life. Your thoughts about the importance of spiritual growth, self-reflection, and introspection. Looking for a deep sense of understanding about the purpose of your life. A space to reflect and reconnect with oneself.

Negatively, dreaming about a temple could represent feelings of being unworthy, guilty, or disconnected from your ultimate purpose in life. Spiritual confusion, lack of faith, or inner turmoil. Perhaps you are questioning your belief system or you are experiencing difficulties in finding the ultimate meaning of your life. A perceived failure to live up to societal or familial expectations with a purpose in life. Perceived judgment, spiritual crisis, or a struggle with life purpose.

Example: A man dream of being at the Temple of Jerusalem holding a baby in his arms. He walks around the temple in a circle and then sees a snake disturbed by the child's presence and flees. In waking life, the man was having second thoughts about choosing to not have children with his wife. He suspected she was having doubts, too. In this case, being at the temple in may have reflected his questioning of the purpose of his life if he didn't have children with his wife.

Example 2: A young man dreamed of seeing the Temple of Jerusalem being on fire and broken down. In waking life, he was questioning his life because he was young, not in school while waiting to be accepted, and having issues with his mother not approving of him due to not progressing enough in life. In this case, the broken and burning Temple of Jerusalem might symbolize his perceived failure to live up to societal or familial expectations and the resulting internal conflict around his own self-worth and moral character.

*Please See Church.


Third Eye

To dream of the third eye represents intuitive actualization.  Your beliefs, fears, desires, or something you are thinking about is becoming reality.  The third eye can be both good or bad as it can reflect the realization of both positive or negative thinking patterns.

Seeing the third eye of another person may represent choices or thinking patterns that are coming to life based on your most honest feelings or memories of that person.

Example:  A man dreamed of seeing President George W. Bush with a third eye.  His most honest view of George W. Bush was that he was the worst decision maker ever.  In waking life the man was noticing his boss intuitively making horrible decisons all the time to the point of bankrupting the company.  It was as though his boss couldn't make a good decision even if he wanted to.

*Please See Eyes.

Tree of Life

To dream of the tree of life represents a situation that is unrelenting and that requires total moral adherence.  Difficult life situations that allow you make choices, but always offering the possibility of temptation or failure.

The Tree of Life perfectly symbolizes life in that like the tree, life is always difficult with the option of good or bad.

Virgin Mary

To dream of the Virgin Mary represents your perception of yourself or someone else as being morally perfect. Perfect behavior or perfect moral adherence. Perfection that is looked up to. Selfless love, compassion, spiritual ideals, or ideal motherhood.

Alternatively, the Virgin Mary may represent preoccupation with perfect morality or a flawless reputation. Never wanting to do anything wrong ever again.

Negatively, the Virgin Mary represents may reflect repressed fear of sex or difficulties in personal relationships. You may have too much of a concern for being perfect or remaining untainted. Trying to live up to an impossible ideal.

To dream of a statue of the Virgin Mary may represent perfect behavior that is being admired. Remembering something you or someone else did that was perfect. Admiring superior morality or compassion.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing the Virgin Mary telling her to welcome her husband home. In waking life she was struggling to forgive her husband for cheating on her and embarrassing the sanctity of their marriage.

Virginity

To dream of virginity represents you or some aspect of your personality that is innocent, unspoiled, or lacking experience. You or someone else that hasn't enjoyed themselves yet.

Negatively, virginity may reflect feelings about yourself or someone else being too scared or powerless to enjoy themselves.

To dream of losing your virginity represents innocence or naivety lost. Positively, losing your virginity may represent enjoying yourself for the first time in a way never experienced before. Feeling good about gaining power or winning.

Negatively, losing your virginity may reflect feelings about losing integrity or being tainted.

Worship

To dream of worship represents feelings about unquestioned respect for an icon, hero, beautiful person, or supreme person. Unquestioned respect for religion or an idol. Feeling scared or stupid if you don't respect the power of a person, idol, or God. A belief that someone is always better than you no matter what. A wish to feel worthy in the presence of someone or something bigger than you are.

Negatively, worship in a dream may reflect giving personal power away to someone or something because you fear its supremacy. Feeling that you are not worthy. Excessive honor or respect being given without question. Feeling that someone looks stupid honoring, respecting, or serving another. A naive belief that someone is always better than you no matter what. Excessive respect for religion or witchcraft.

Yarmulkes

To dream of a yarmulke represents a mood or attitude that's conservative about believing it didn't get ripped off with anyone seeing it making a mistake doing anything immoral. You or someone else is being very stubborn about conservative moral beliefs or actions. Feelings about not being better than anyone else while having to see yourself being never being questionable about making a mistake with morality. Honesty, fairness, caring for others, or confronting problems may suddenly be very important with integrity that isn't questioned. Not wanting anyone to get angry or yell at you for why you like yourself being moral.

Negatively, dreaming about a yarmulke may represent feelings about overdoing conservative about believing it didn't get ripped off with anyone seeing it making a mistake doing anything immoral. Feelings about behavior that is laughed at for being too conservative about seeing itself as never making a mistake being immoral.

A yarmulke may appear in a dream when your integrity, success, or ability to adapt to problems is being tested.




   
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