(See Messmate; Table)
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- Dining Room Dreams set in dining rooms are symbolic of relationship status.If the feeling and events of the dream were positive, this means you are happy in a real life relationship.If the dream was negative or frightening, you may be feeling nervous or guilty about a friendship situation.To dream of being alone…
- Table 1. Personal relationships, society and community (note condition of table). 2. Hard work followed by prosperity, especially a kitchen table. 3. Domestic pleasure, joy.
- Table Symbolic of people with shared beliefs or similar interests, 1 Cor. 10:21. Sitting at a dark table is symbolic of ungodly activities in your life
- Table If you dream that you are setting a table for a meal indicates a desire to please someone.
- Table A table suggests assimilation, or “coming together” of varying parts of the dreamer’s personality. It could be that you are working on becoming aware of your own multi-dimensional nature and are attempting to become a more harmonious individual. The table usually represents nourishment, friendship, and unity. When interpreting this dream…
- Table Support; a platform for presentation, what is laid out before you.
- Table To see one denotes sensual pleasures, to break one in your dream augurs a removal (Gypsy).
- Table Dreaming of a table symbolizes an internal need for support. To dine at a table that has no cloth shows that you will not be envious of the good fortune of others. To set the table foretells a happy marriage in prosperous circumstances. An empty table foreshadows poverty and needy…
- Table Used for serving; type, condition, etc., Represents the service, i.E. Oak is figurative of reliability
- Table A table can represent spiritual judgement and legislation.As a dividing line between those with authority and those without, it signifies a barrier to be crossed.
- Table To dream of setting a table preparatory to a meal, foretells happy unions and prosperous circumstances.To see empty tables, signifies poverty or disagreements.To clear away the table, denotes that pleasure will soon assume the form of trouble and indifference.To eat from a table without a cloth, foretells that you will…
- Table To see a table in your dream represents social unity and the potential for a gathering to go well.If you dream that you are setting the table, you are experiencing good self-confidence.
- Table To dream of dealing with a table or list of objects, or perhaps actions, instils a sense of order in our lives.It represents our ability to create order out of chaos.In sitting around a table if rectangular the top end will suggest higher status than the bottom end.
- Table A table being a focus for meeting, whether socially or professionally, is usually recognized in dreams as a symbol of decision making.There can be an element of ritual associated with the image of a table.As a place for a family rendezvous, we may consider meals eaten around a table to…
- Table (Dining table) A dining table with its food ready to serve in a dream means blessings, accepting an invitation to dinner or lunch, financial comfort, status and winning victory over one’s enemy.In this case, one’s enemy is hunger.The food placed on the table represents a booty. Clearing the dinner table…
- Table For a table to appear in a dream is often to do with communal activity and with our social affiliations. Rugs and other soft furnishings may show what we need in the way of cosseting, and may reflect our tactile nature.
- Round Table A round table in a dream is a symbol of wholeness.In mundane terms it can suggest negotiation, since it is used to allow everyone the opportunity to express an opinion.
- Round Table The round table is a representation of the heavens, since the 12 knights are the signs of the zodiac.It also suggests resolution since it gives no one person status over another.In dreams we are continually trying to create perfection and this is one such dream that calls on archetypal images.
- Sharing a table (See Messmate)
- Round Table Spiritually the table suggests a centre, but one from which all things can begin. Partly because of the tales of king arthur, there are various myths associated with a round table, but essentially it indicates that everyone is equal in status and has an equal right to express an opinion.