Geese

-The cackling of geese, good luck and speedy success in business (Artemidorus). See Roman history of the cackling geese that saved the city.

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Ferret

A dream of enemies deep and sly (Gypsy). Symbol founded on knowledge of natural history.

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Break

Any dream of breakage implies misfortune; to break a limb denotes sickness; furniture, loss of money; a looking glass, death; a broken window, danger of fire (Gypsy) ; the logic of these interpretations is plain, the breaking of a limb is a forewarning of pain, possibly not yet noted by the waking consciousness, fear of […]

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History

1. Reverse: to look forward to opportunities and possibili­ties. 2. Applying outdated values or solutions to new situations and problems. 3. Current activities, projects or events have a permanent importance (also note what is happening in the history).

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Résumé

1. A need or desire for change (to brush up the résumé). 2. A measure of self-confidence and abilities. 3. A life’s work, professional history.

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Anger

Throughout history societies have believed that if their gods are displeased they will show their anger. If a dream figure is angry, therefore, we may feel that we are offending our own code of conduct or are suffering divine displeasure. Often anger is symbolized in dreams by, for instance, a flaming torch or a raging […]

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Classroom

To dream that you are in a classroom, symbolizes that you may be learning an important life lesson. If you are a student, this dream can also reflect feelings or anxieties about real life classes. Also see “Art Class”, “History / History Class” and “Math / Math Class”.

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Grasshopper

In chinese history the grasshopper is often associated with enlightenment. Thus, it represents some form of spiritual freedom.

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Horseshoe

In ordinary everyday life, symbols that have a long history become fixed in, and used by, our unconscious – often to represent other happier times or times when there has been more happening. Nailing an iron horseshoe to a door is said to repel evil spirits, ghosts and witches, iron being a folkloric specific against […]

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