SaintOne whose virtue is highly esteemed may be substituted by a saint; research name
Saint1. Acceptance of a spiritual side to life. 2. One feels that a spiritual message is going to be presented.
Saint-John’s-WortPeace and tranquility.
SaintDreaming about saints usually has spiritual implications. You may have traveled to another plain and are having a wonderful, very meaningful spiritual experience. For those that can not accept this possibility, your unconscious may be relaying some feelings of pressure or possibly the need to sacrifice on some level in…
Almond TreeA dream of success (Raphael) ; the symbol of the Father of All, the Pre-existing One (Bayley). Freudians contend that all dreams of trees bear an erotic meaning.
Apple TreeAlive and flourishing, good news ; dead, bad tidings. In mystic literature, the apple is the tree of life (Bayley).
Barkless TreeOne stripped of their protective spiritual covering and rights, left bare and vulnerable; see “tree”
Olive TreeFigurative of christian service, hope, peace, the true church, prophetic symbols
Palm TreeVictory and honor
Pine TreeA christian; see “evergreen”
TreeA person, i.E. Fruitful, evergreen, barren, dead, artificial, etc.; Research the type and see “limb” and “plant”
Tree HouseA temporary dwelling without a foundation and under the care of another; a troubled house; see “foundation”
Elm TreeDignity and strength.
Palm Tree1. Success, hope and happiness. 2. Unexpected sorrow, disappointment (to see a withered or dying palm).
Pine Tree1. A good omen; resilience, endurance and immortality. 2. Happiness, rebirth and renewal. 3. Negative omen if furniture is made out of pine.
Almond TreeAn almond tree is a symbol of God’s promise to perform His word, Jer. 1:11
Apple TreeA symbol of the love of a husband, Song. 2:3
Cedar TreeA strong, flourishing person, Ps. 92:12
Christmas TreeFamily, holidays, thankfulness
Cypress TreeSymbolic of God, Hosea 14:8