Music

(China, interpretation of dreams) You or you witness someone play flue or beat drum: a celebration is on the way A music party is taken place in your home: an event of death is impending

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Music / Rhythm

Sacred sound has always been used in acts of worship, as has dancing. Spiritually, music expresses ideas and emotions through the elements of rhythm, melody and harmony. Rhythm expresses the essential pulse of life, melody an individual sound and harmony a combination of several sounds to make a pleasing combination. In dreams this symbolism expresses […]

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Sheet Music

To dream about sheet music represents your desire for harmony in some real-life relationship.

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Music

1. The meaning of music will depend on what it is—from rock and roll to classical—and what it means in particular in the dreamer’s life. 2. Sexual activity. 3. Inspiration. 4. Retreat from reality.

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Music

İt depicts the harmony of one’s life; take seriously any lyrics to the music

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Bagpipe

Musical instruments such as a bagpipe seen are a sign of good fortune if the music is pleasant. If the player resembles a tramp and/or the sound is discordant, then misfortune is headed towards you.

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Festival

Nowadays music and art festivals take the place of religious festivals. When we dream of such a festival it is the common bond and how we fit in which is important.

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Hunter

In a dream, a hunter represents a philanderer, a womanizer who rounds women, or a pimp. If one sees himself befriending a hunter, or ifhe helps him, and if the hunter is pursuing what is lawful to kill for food, one’s dream then connotes personal advantages. If the hunt is after an animal which is […]

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Psalms of David

In a dream, the Psalms of God’s prophet David (uwbp) represent wailing, lamentation, crying, repentance, fear of wrongdoing, devotion, harmony between people, unity, good luck, flute music and percussions, learning about strange news, or earning one’s livelihood from reciting poems, or from delivering sermons.

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