Pail

Dreaming of an empty pail can denote so many things, all of which are adverse; from hunger to loss. A full pail is a good omen of merit showing all manner of good things from love to money is about to enter your life. If the contents is milk then are you assured of domestic […]

Read More

Baby

General Meaning: Babies have a twofold meaning. They represent being given a new responsibility. Secondly they speak of having trust, vulnerability and innocence. • In a negative light, they speak of immaturity. • Dreams • Positive: A baby speaks of a new life and a new aspect in your life and ministry. A baby boy […]

Read More

Coals

A dream of trouble, loss, hunger (Raphael) ; secret love is the interpretation attached to this dream by Freud. “With coal no fire so hotly glows as secret love, which no one knows.”—Freud, Interpretation of Dreams, p. 316.

Read More

Barley Bread

To dream of eating, denotes health, contentment, etc. (Gypsy) ; plainly a dream of healthful hunger and its gratification.

Read More

Oysters

”To dream of opening and eating oysters shows great hunger, or a living earned through pains and difficulty.” Artemidorus.

Read More

Drinking

Drinking alcoholic beverages in a dream version of escape from distasteful realities. If drunkenness is the theme, the dreamer is losing control of responsibilities and wishes to be relieved. To see someone else drunk, the dreamer looks upon that person as an irresponsible dependent. Drinking water or milk in a dream is often the result […]

Read More

Banquet

1. Abundance, often of a social or domestic nature. 2. Use caution against overindulgence. 3. An emotional hunger is re­vealed (note types of food).

Read More

Hunger

1. Left unfulfilled—often sexually, usually spiritually. 2. Fleeting, superficial desires left unanswered. 3. In need of affection.

Read More

Meals

1. One feels secure. 2. Indication of spiritual or emotional hunger. 3. Need for comfort or companionship. 4. Self-gratification or overindulgence.

Read More

Kitchen

1. Hunger, both physical or emotional. 2. Place of fulfill­ment and pleasure. 3. Need for more serious approach in meet­ing situations or problems.

Read More