Can-Can

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – to dance can-can in a dream: could not be omitted. Hindu – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – None dream explanation in Islam. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A high-kicking chorus line dance originating in France. Complete definition The can-can (sometimes non-hyphenated as in the original French: cancan; French pronuncia…

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Cable

In general: Wire rope proves ancient dream books out that you will indeed tedious, but certainly create a climb. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A strong, large-diameter wire or rope, or something resembling such a rope. Complete definition A cable is most often two or more wires running side by side and bonded, twisted or braided together to form a single assembly, but can also refer to a heavy strong rope. In mechanics cable…

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Lift

In general: Lift (elevator) indicates that we wish to come up quickly and easily and solve problems fast, but that will be successful only, if we exerts more. If lift bring us in the dream to a higher floor, we are likely to rise with assistance, but those, who travels with him down quickly, do not have enough requirements for rising right now. If the lift take us to the basement, is indicated for in the waking state, we may need even to check o…

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Spatula

Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – This symbol doesn’t have any explanation in Christian culture. Hindu – There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism. Arabian (Islamic) – see: a benefit waiting for you; – rotate: you will be suppressed. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A kitchen utensil consisting of a flat surface attached to a long handle, used for turning, lifting or stirri…

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Elevator

Association: Advancement; more comprehensive understanding. Question: What can I do to get to the top? Traditionally: European (Judeo-Christian) – to dream an elevator: you will get unexpected news. * Please, see meaning of lift. Explanation & Definition: Short explanation A platform or an enclosure raised and lowered in a vertical shaft to transport people or freight. Complete definition An elevator (or lift in the Commonwealth ex…

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Shrug

Traditional Meanings: Arabian (Islamic) Failure if shrugging – The dream announces that your project will fail because of your fickleness, you have to draw the plan and move toward it if you want to reach your aims. Definition of Shrug: Short definition Raise (one’s shoulders) slightly and momentarily to express doubt, ignorance, or indifference. Complete definition A shrug is a gesture that is performed by lifting both shoulders…

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Work/Working

General Meanings: Need to finish work The task to do work signifies unfinished work in your real life. You had huge plans or desires and now you have to be more active and to continue your work and you will reach everything. You work hard to reach your goals in the dream, this denotes the importance of this task. On the other hand, over-exertion may also marks as a self-punishment. Psychological Meanings: Fear to fail The dream symbol of work ma…

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Outer space

Association: – Overcoming personal reality. Question: – What I want to know (to find out) about higher being? In general: Dreaming that you are alone and scared in some place of outer space, then you are lonely at the moment and you have lost direction in your life. Psychologically: Outer space in dream is a symbol of the intellectual environment of the dreamer. Traditionally: European – To see outer space: you hope in vain fo…

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Drawbridge

In General: Drawbridge that spans a moat of a castle and is lowered, and if you then walks across it, points to open your ears out with a related project. A drawbridge that is not lowered, indicates impending trouble. Psychologically: The nightmare does not reach its destination because it is too late. The saving castle is not scaled, because the bridge is raised. If the bridge is entered, but the soul has apparently mastered the task. Traditio…

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