Broom

Symbolic of cleaning out your life, Isa. 14:23

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Sweeping

Cleaning out your life, Isa. 14:23

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Brush

1. Sorting, cleaning and straightening out difficulties. 2. A need to address emotions or feelings otherwise ignored or taken lightly, likely in someone else. 3. An aspect of life needs attention. 4. Desires will be addressed.

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Basement

1. The unconscious mind. 2. Confusion (messy, in need of organization). 3. Therapeutic purge, loss of old behaviors (spring cleaning, reorganization).

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Ears

1. The need to be more receptive to the ideas of others. 2. If cleaning one’s ears, the person is trying to be receptive.

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Garbage

1. If disposing of (taking out) garbage, one is actively en­gaged in cleaning up one’s life in some way, perhaps by discard­ing acquaintances who pull the dreamer down. 2. Landscape littered with garbage could indicate that one is very unhappy with one’s life.

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Janitor

1. A “custodian” or caretaker who cleans up the messes of other people. 2. Waste or problems of laziness in business matters (to see a janitor not cleaning).

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Laundry

1. Emotional assessment, cleaning out usually negative things (doing laundry, needing to do laundry). 2. Social content­ment, pleasure.

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Water

Peaceful, clean water is empowerment of the holy spirit, including cooking, cleaning, etc.; Dangerous or polluted is a warning

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