Alms-house

For a young woman to dream of an alms-house, denotes she will meet failure in her efforts to contract a worldly marriage.

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Alley

(Corridor; Hallway; Lane; Long narrow lane) Entering a lane in a dream means falling under suspicion and particularly ifit has curves. A lane in a dream also means breaking one’s oath or mixing and confusing values, or it could mean a road, a method of operating a business, or the techniques used by a craftsman […]

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Attic

Dreaming of being in an attic is to do with past experiences and old memories. Interestingly, it can also highlight family patterns of behaviour and attitudes that have been handed down.

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Attic window

(Aperture; Peephole; Window) If one’s attic window towers over a large and a beautiful property in the dream, it means owning or acquiring a new property, earningrespect, honor and fulfilling one’s aspirations. Ifthe view from one’s attic window is depressing in the dream, then it means relief from difficulties, or if one is sick, then […]

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Attic

To see an attic in your dream, represents hidden memories or repressed thoughts that is being revealed. It also symbolize your mind, spirituality, and your connection to the higher self.

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Attic

To dream that you are in an attic, denotes that you are entertaining hopes which will fail of materialization. For a young woman to dream that she is sleeping in an attic, foretells that she will fail to find contentment in her present occupation.

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Asylum / Asylum Seeker

An enclosed space where we have to abide by rules imposed by others can give a sense of safety and security. Seeking asylum where one is not living in danger from our peers and compatriots suggests we are conscious that our thoughts and beliefs are not in tune with others. This may reflect a working […]

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Asylum / Asylum Seeker

To be seeking asylum suggests the recognition that we need a sacred space. In the old-fashioned sense an asylum was an institution, so it may be that we are seeking safety in structure and proscribed boundaries.

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