Soil, sand and dust symbolize wealth in the form of goods, if someone sees soil, Sand or dust flying on him or he sees himself eating it, it suggest that he will become wealthy and affluent.
(Carpenter; Mason; Woodworker; Workman) Seeing a construction worker in a dream means both poverty or richness, or he could denote travels or uncertainty about what profession one should get into to earn his livelihood, or he could represent someone who patiently carries someone else’s burdens, or someone who fabricates a story, or someone who embellishes […]
Just as a cauldron can be taken to indicate the transformative process, so a pan or pot can symbolize the ability to combine several ‘ingredients’ to make something completely different. This can apply under any circumstances.
In dreams a pan or a pot signifies nurturing and caring. It can also suggest a receptive frame of mind.
In a woman’s dream it will depend upon what stage of life she has reached as to the symbolism of pans. The three stages of femininity of maid, mother and crone or wise woman are recognizable. In a man’s dream a pan is more likely to represent his attitude to the feminine.
To see a frying pan in your dream, represents completeness in love. This dream may also suggest that you need to start accepting the consequences of your actions.
(Stuffed fish; Stuffed lam; Stuffing) In a dream, a stuffed turkey means holdings, reserves, profits from an investment, marriage, a festive dinner, or it could mean recovering from an illness. The grease collected in the bottom of a pan in the dream represents money earned from a woman.
1. Long journey (to open a box). 2. Containing emotions or aspects of personality (as in “keep a lid on it,” “boxed in” or “pandora’s box”). 3. Death (as in cofﬁn). 4. Womb.
While most of the time in the waking state we suppress such figures, in dreams – where there is no conscious control – they will sometimes appear. The satyr is usually pictured with the horns, legs and tail of a goat and is recognizable as pan, the horned god. He represents the wilder lustful side […]
The devil as satan used to appear with some frequency in both men’s and women’s dreams. Now the image is more likely to be that of one of the nature gods such as pan, and represents basic instincts and urges.