Church

See religious buildings in buildings

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Spire

As a representation of our spiritual progression, the spire suggests the movement from the secular to the sacred. It has represented this from time immemorial. Consulting the entry for tower as well as religious buildings in buildings and also the information for spiritual imagery in the introduction should help provide further clarification.

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Temple

Often in dreams a temple can signify our own body. It is something to be treated with reverence and care. It has the same significance as a church since it is an object built to honour and pay respect to a god or gods. Also consult the information for religious buildings in buildings and in […]

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Camp

See temporary buildings in buildings and also the entry for tent.

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Synagogue

See religious buildings in buildings as well as spiritual imagery in the introduction

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Tent

The biblical and nomadic image of being able to pack up one’s tent and steal away is the spiritual meaning here. We are not tied to any one place, but can move to where we need to be at short notice, thus satisfying the requirements of the wanderer and the ascetic. You might also like […]

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Burn

Sacrificial fire and its attendant pain has many spiritual connotations. A funeral pyre suggests burning up or consuming that which is no longer spiritually necessary to us. A burning bush signifies divine knowledge imparted with passion.

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Burn

To be burning rubbish signifies getting rid of concepts and ideas for which we no longer have any use. When we are burning books, we are perhaps being judgemental in our appreciation of knowledge and information.

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Fagot

If you dream of seeing a dense smoke ascending from a pile of fagots, it denotes that enemies are bearing down upon you, but if the fagots are burning brightly, you will escape from all unpleasant complications and enjoy great prosperity. If you walk on burning fagots, you will be injured by the unwise actions […]

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