Abbot, Abbess, Hermit, Monk, Nun, or Priest

To dream of becoming one, calmness in passion. Merely to dream of one, pride, or malice qf which the dreamer will be the victim. The significance of this dream is evidently due to the regard in which the clergy of past ages held their gypsy brethren.

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Hermit

1. To hide oneself or an aspect of self away. 2. A desire or need to withdraw from the fray for a while; time alone. 3. Fear or shy­ness about trying something new, taking risks. 4. Serenity and peace can come from self-knowledge and quiet contemplation.

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Abbot, Abbess, Hermit, Monk, Nun, or Priest

To dream of becoming one, calmness in passion. Merely to dream of one, pride, or malice of which the dreamer will be the victim. The significance of this dream is evidently due to the regard in which the clergy of past ages held their gypsy brethren.

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Ascetic

There is some conflict with natural drives. There may be an avoidance of sex or contact through fear or the need for restraint. We may be looking for simplicity. Consult the entries for hermit, monk and mystic for further information.

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Beg / Beggar

Begging was at one time considered a valid spiritual discipline in that people were expected to share what they had. A beggar can be a hermit and, therefore, a spiritual petitioner, someone who trusts in the universe to provide.

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Hermit

There is a kind of loneliness and singularity within many people, which prevents us from making relationships on a one-to-one basis. This may manifest in dreams as the figure of the hermit.

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Hermit

In a woman’s dream the hermit may represent one of her links with the divine in the same way as a priest does. In a man’s dream the hermit will often highlight his own links with his god, whatever form that takes.

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