Applause

Accept credit without taking on vanity and arrogance. Repattern these personality traits for your own benefit. Reproach. 

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Laughing

Symbolic of God’s superiority over His enemies, Ps. 37:13. Laughing can also mean that you are filled with the joy of the lord. If others are laughing at you in a dream it symbolizes arrogance

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Rooster

1. A particularly good omen, especially in regards to affairs of the heart. 2. “Cockiness,” superiority and arrogance. 3. Severe arguments in the offing, often domestic (to see a “cockfight”). 4. Dominance.

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Air

Standing in the air in a dream means being honored or acknowledged by a governor, though it will not last. Ifone has exaggerated hopes, arrogance, pride, or if he is a self-centered individual, then his floating in the air represents mere disturbed dreams. Walking in the air without ascending or descending in a dream means […]

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Advice

Ifone receives an advice from his enemy in a dream, it means deception, trickery, cheating, duplicity, stratagem, dishonesty and arrogance. (Also see Soliciting advice)

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Adjuring

(To command solemnly; to swear by God; or to take an oath.) If one sees himself swearing in God’s Name before someone in a dream, it means that the other person will deceive him. To swear solemnly by the stars, the celestial signs or by any physical sign in a dream means arrogance, deception, humiliation, […]

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Arrogance

To show arrogance in a dream based on one’s success in life and richness means the nearing end of one’s life in this world. Arrogance in a dream also means prosperity and a high rank in this world, though evil maybe the end of it. (Also see Advice; Elephant)

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Balcony

When we dream of being raised above the ground in some way, we are beginning to recognize our spiritual competence or progression. There is perhaps an element of danger or arrogance in such a position.

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Belching

(Burping) In a dream, belching means vain talk, or the arrogance of a rich person toward a poor one.

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