Christmas tree

…is a decorated evergreen coniferous tree, real or artificial, and a tradition associated with the celebration of Christmas. The tradition of decorating an evergreen tree at Christmas started in Livonia and Germany in the 16th century. The Christmas tree is traditionally brought into the home and decorated with Christmas lights (originally candles), ornaments, garlands, tinsel, and candy canes during the days around Christmas. An angel or star is…

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Christmas

…t do I celebrate? – With what I would like to become whole again? In general: To dream a disappointment of Christmas can be a reminder that your expectations should be set higher or simply this dream indicate preparation for festival of Christmas or any other festival. Psychologically: Christmas is the most important family fest, so this dream symbol always shows the importance of family. A harmonious Christmas refers to a pleasant family t…

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Christmas tree

…mic) – see: family happiness. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A conifer used during the Christmas holiday season, typically decorated with lights and ornaments and often a star or angel at its tip. Complete definition A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as pine or fir, traditionally associated with the celebration of Christmas. An artificial Christmas tree is an object made to resemble…

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Christmas gifts

In general: Dreaming of Christmas gifts in general announces that your dearest wish will be fulfilled. Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – To see Christmas gift or gifts in dream: good luck, great fortune, happiness and blessing; – To give (giving of gifts): you’ll disseminate best of luck to you; – To get (getting of Christmas gift): you are popular. Hindu – None in Hindusim. Arabian (Islamic) – No…

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Christmas lights

…indu – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – to light up the Christmas lights: you will please others. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation Lights used at Christmas to decorate a tree, house etc. Complete definition Christmas lights are lights used for decoration around Christmas. The custom harks back to the use of candles to decorate the Christmas tree in upper-class homes in 18t…

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Christmas cookies

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – To see Christmas cookies: is a fortunate sign – new year will be very successful. Hindu – None. Arabian (Islamic) – None. * Please, see meaning of Christmas. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation Christmas cookie is a small, flat, baked treat, usually containing fat, flour, eggs and sugar, baked for Christmas Eve. Complete definition In the United States and Cana…

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Christmastime

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – Christmastime in dream: the hurried promotion of a new suitor will end up happily; – Also dreaming of Christmas time: business affairs and health will continue to improve all around. Hindu – There isn’t any interpretation of Christmastime in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – There isn’t any interpretation of Christmas time in Islam. * Please, see dream meaning of Chri…

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Yule log

…vities. Hindu – None in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – None in Islam. * Please, also see meaning of Christmas. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation Yule log might be hard log or Christmas cake. Complete definition A Yule log is a large and extremely hard log which is burned in the hearth as a part of traditional Yule or Christmas celebrations in several European cultures. It can be a part of the Winter Solstice festiva…

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Ornament (art)

…s and ideas of the dreaming can be in the dream meant. Psychologically: When the dreamer in his dream perceives ornaments, this points out that his personal space could be used better, and thus could be more successful. The dreamer does not refer only the basic, but he actively improves its internal and external situation. Spiritually: At this level, ornaments stand for tangible and demonstrable spirituality. Traditionally: European (Judeo-Chris…

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Wreathe

…s that is constructed to resemble a ring. In English-speaking countries, wreaths are used typically as household ornaments, mainly as Christmas decorations to celebrate the birth of Christ. They are also used in ceremonial events in many cultures around the globe. Wreaths have much history and symbolism associated with them. They are usually made from evergreens and symbolize strength, as evergreens last even throughout the harshest winters. Bay…

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December

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – to dream that it is december: although predicts the accumulation of wealth, but the loss of friendships, strangers will play at your friends place. Hindu (Hinduism) – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – None dream explanation in Islam. * Please, see meaning of year. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation The twelfth and last month…

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Brooch

Psychologically: It is a piece of jewelry with which you want to attract attention. An old-fashioned brooch will remind us of someone or something. Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – wear brooch at home: luck omen-like; – contribute in a strange house must expect difficulties. Hindu – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – None dream explanation in Islam. * Please, see mean…

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Water well

Association: Source, shared resources. Question: What feelings am I willing to share? In general: A fountain symbolizes the access to the most hidden feelings and emotions of the dreamer. Only through this gate, it is possible to find him eventually to wholeness. Wells may represent the accumulated experience of life, the rest partially in the depths of the unconscious. The symbol then requests often take advantage of this wisdom more for deeper…

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Bracelet

Association: Bond, friendship and obligation. Question: With whom do I want to make a bond? General Meanings: All positive feelings In general, the dream symbol of the bracelet represents joy, happiness, bond between people, obligation, and happiness. To wear the bracelet in the dream, indicates the special satisfaction towards someone or something. Desire for more freedom Alternatively, the dream about bracelet may be an indication of the restr…

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Amber jewelry

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – to see amber jewelry in a dream: you will learn vain women; – to wear it: you are very vain. Hindu – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – Be delighted by gifts. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A hard translucent yellow, orange, or brownish-yellow fossil resin, used for making jewelry and other ornamental objects. Comple…

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Ring (jewellery)

Association: – Obligation, promise, oath. Question: – With what I want to unite myself? General Meanings: A ring in a dream usually stands for a relationship. It is not necessarily a love relationship, which the dreamer has to another human being, and sometimes they are too narrow and impede the self-development. A wedding ring symbolizes a permanent bond and a promise. A ring seal or an old heirloom embodies the traditions and value…

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Prosperity

Traditionally: European – To be prosperous: dreamer is lucky, because he will maintain connections to wealthy individuals; – If young women dreaming fairytale prosperity: she will have or give false pleasures. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation Prosperity is the state of being prosperous. Complete definition Prosperity is the state of flourishing, thriving, success, or good fortune. Prosperity often encompasses wealt…

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White

Association: – Purity, clarity & pure cold. Question: – What I want to purify? In general: White as the color stands for innocence, purity and perfection, after which you strives, but you never quite achieved. Because it dissolves into the spectral colors, the white in the true sense is colorless. It means purity, so dressed in white in many countries of the bride before the altar does occur, but also restraint, coolness, and inf…

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Wolf

Association: – Instinct & Appetite; Threat & Loyalty. Question: – What instincts are a threat to me? Who or what is my instinctive loyalty? In general: Wolf symbolizes aggressive impulses, instincts and desires, which can be dangerous, if dreamer has not mastered it better. Commonly it is understood as a reference to an external threat or a hostile people. Psychologically: The wolf is a very dangerous animal. In the dream, he…

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