Onions

To see onions growing in a field indicates opposition to present plans. To be cutting or peeling onions, a need to work harder to avoid defeat or frustration.

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Lamb

To dream of lambs frolicing{sic} in green pastures, betokens chaste friendships and joys. Bounteous and profitable crops to the farmers, and increase of possessions for others. To see a dead lamb, signifies sadness and desolation. Blood showing on the white fleece of a lamb, denotes that innocent ones will suffer from betrayal through the wrong […]

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Onion

Oddly enough, the onion can appear in dreams and meditation as a symbol of wholeness, but a wholeness that is many-layered. Peeling an onion can suggest trying to find the best part of ourselves, or of somebody else. It may also indicate attempting to understand the various facets of our own personality.

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Onion

That we all have different levels, or layers, to our personalities is often shown in dreams as an onion. If we are peeling an onion we perhaps need to examine each part of our personality.

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Wallpaper

To dream that you or someone else is hanging up wallpaper, suggests that you are putting up a barrier between yourself and others. It also suggest that you are covering something up – a secret of sorts. Alternatively, it may mean something that needs beautifying. To dream that you are peeling or stripping off wallpaper, […]

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Skin

The meaning of a dream of human skin varies with its condition. If you dream of smooth, beautiful, healthy skin, it foreshadows romantic happiness. If you dream of blotchy or pimply skin, however, it indicates romantic trouble ahead. Peeling skin represents a sloughing off of the old in order to make way for the new. […]

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Skin

Smooth attractive skin in a dream signifies happiness in love or family situations. Blotchy skin suggests emotional difficulties and a need to unsnarl your love life. Peeling skin predicts a period of unhappiness, that will be followed by a rewarding new relationship. Also see “Sores”

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