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A vagrant may be symbolic of a spiritual enemy, a wanderer
1. Insecurity—usually spiritual and/or emotional, sometimes physical. 2. Feeling uncentered, adrift.
A symbol of total powerlessness. If the dreamer is the homeless one, then he or she is facing an unpleasant situation, which seems to have no solution. But if, in the dream, the weather is good, the dreamer has more strength than he or she thinks. If the weather is bad, however, there is little […]
To dream that you are homeless, indicates that you are feeling insecure. You are unsure of yourself and where you are headed. Also see “Kicked Out.” For “Homeless Person”, see “Hobo.”
(See Hobo; Poverty; Stableman)
(Bummer; Cadger; Homeless; Tramp; Wastrel) A hobo wandering in the streets, collecting refuse and litters from garbage cans and rubbish in a dream represents someone who accumulates both lawful and unlawful earnings, or someone who divulges or exposes people’s secrets, or launders their private lives, or someone who does not mind his own business and […]
(Angel of death; Bone-breaker; Eagle) In a dream, an osprey represents a powerful and a mighty warrior, and a merciless man whom no one trusts. Ifone sees an osprey over his roof, or inside his house, or standing over his head in a dream, it represents the angel of death. Catching an osprey in a […]
(Beggar; Enamored; Emaciated; Hobo; Homeless; Indigence; Love; Mendicant; Poor) Poverty in a dream means richness in wakefulness. Seeing oneself poor and hungry in a dream means that one will wake up to a great meal, or it could mean that he has stored sufficient provisions and satisfactory sustenance for sometime to come. Ifone sees himself […]
(Barn; Cattle-ranching; Fodder; Forage) In a dream, a stableman represents a rich and a generous person who is known for his good deeds. Seeing a stableman in a dream also means managing one’s business, showing kindness to others, distributing charity, helping foreigners, assisting travellers, turning one’s attention to slothful people, or feeding the homeless. (Also […]