Finding ourselves in any kind of a tunnel in dreams suggests some kind of constriction in our everyday lives. We may need to focus on an end result to the exclusion of everything else. Going backwards into a tunnel suggest we may have to review the past for answers while working ‘blind’.
To dream of a circle, denotes that your affairs will deceive you in their proportions of gain. For a young woman to dream of a circle, warns her of indiscreet involvement to the exclusion of marriage.
To see carpenters at their labor, foretells you will engage in honest endeavors to raise your fortune, to the exclusion of selfish pastime or so-called recreation.
To dream that you find a wall obstructing your progress, you will surely succumb to ill-favored influences and lose important victories in your affairs. To jump over it, you will overcome obstacles and win your desires. To force a breach in a wall, you will succeed in the attainment of your wishes by sheer tenacity […]
1. Self, core of the individual. 2. A period or phase of self-involvement, likely to the exclusion or neglect of central relationships. 3. A good omen for business or ﬁnancial matters. 4. Concern over parents (pain or injury to navel).
To dream of a jumping-jack, denotes that idleness and trivial pastimes will occupy your thoughts to the exclusion of serious and sustaining plans.
For a woman to dream of sea foam, foretells that indiscriminate and demoralizing pleasures will distract her from the paths of rectitude. If she wears a bridal veil of sea foam, she will engulf herself in material pleasure to the exclusion of true refinement and innate modesty. She will be likely to cause sorrow to […]
1. To focus on detail to the exclusion of all else (to zoom in). 2. To see a larger picture—usually of a situation, often an aspect of behavior. 3. Versatility of views and opinions.
1. An overabundance of feminine energy, a lack of balance between parts of self. 2. A lack of balance in life; use caution regarding excessive attention to certain urges or desires to the exclusion of other issues. 3. Possible illness or addiction.
1. Difﬁculties in expressing emotion, feelings of exclusion (“left out in the cold”), often in domestic situations. 2. Feelings of being overwhelmed with activities. 3. Difﬁculty or inability to “see” situations clearly.