Dolphin

Dolphins represent friendliness, communal living, rescue, communication and affection. They are water dwelling mammals and in our dreams they may represent our willingness and our ability to navigate through our emotions. They may also represent positive messages from our unconscious minds. Dolphins may represent a positive connection between consciousness and those parts of ourselves that […]

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Rescue

A dream forecasting a rise in the world, the possible establishment in some successful business (Gypsy).

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Adrift

This is indicative of a problem you have been unable to solve, or unwilling to face up to, and is a straightforward obstacle dream. If you reached land safely, you will overcome your dilemma, but if you fell out of the boat or were upset by rough weather, it is a warning of serious difficulty […]

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Dolphin 

Dolphins represent friendliness, communal living, rescue, communication, and affection. They are water dwelling mammals and in our dreams they represent our willingness and ability to navigate through emotions. They represent positive messages from our unconscious minds. Dolphins could also represent a positive connection between our consciousness and to those parts of the psyche that is […]

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Dolphin

Dolphins represent friendliness, communal living, rescue, communication, and affection. They are water dwelling mammals and in our dreams they represent our willingness and ability to navigate through emotions. They represent positive messages from our unconscious minds. Dolphins could also represent a positive connection between our consciousness and to those parts of the psyche that is […]

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Lifejacket

To see someone throw you a lifejacket in a dream is symbolic of rescue during desperate times, Ps. 6:4

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Firefighter

1. Higher self; quelling or balancing passions. 2. Danger in the offing. 3. Expression of a need for rescue, often emotional.

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Lifeguard

1. “Guarding” or “guarded” feelings. 2. A need or desire to be rescued from feelings of “drowning” or being over­whelmed. 3. A need or desire to be needed, to “rescue” situa­tions or people.

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Rescue

1. Helplessness, dependence on others for survival. 2. A close call, an avoided disaster. 3. Reverse: plans for recovery need to be reviewed for faults. 4. A need to remove oneself from a situation or relationship in waking life.

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Princess

1. Inner female self, power. 2. Use caution against indul­gence. 3. A female romantic ideal (usually if dreamed by a male). 4. A desire to be rescued.

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