Reverse

1. A need or desire to gain a distance, a different perspective on a situation or problem. 2. Reverse: gains are in the offing. 3. Sadness, loss.

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Luck

If you dreamed of being lucky, you will be lucky in real life. BUT – if you let the luck go to your head, you are likely to reverse it. To dream about bad luck is a warning against being conceited or overestimating your abilities.

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Jail

1. Feelings of confinement, punishment, sometimes over guilt for a past misdeed. 2. Reverse: happiness, likely domestic. 3. A feeling someone close may not be truthful. 4. Temptations should be avoided (as in “jailbait”).

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Death

1. Feelings of renewal after loss, changes. 2. Release of unde­sirable personality traits (death of self ). 3. Repressed hostility (another person). 4. Reverse: good health (death of self ).

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Decorate

1. Superficial makeover of difficulties—sometimes finan­cial situations, often personality problems. 2. Good times are in the offing, often business related. 3. Reverse: difficulties in busi­ness, possible losses.

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Vow

1. A solution to problems, often domestic. 2. Use caution in af­fairs to avoid carelessly breaking vows or promises. 3. Reverse: unswerving integrity and fidelity (to break a vow).

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Punch

1. Repressed anger or rage. 2. Feelings of power—sometimes the abuse of power, but always personal. 3. Reverse: feelings of powerlessness. 4. Deriving pleasure, especially from a variety of interests or activities (if drinking punch).

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Defend

1. To be placed on the defensive—usually over a situation, often concerning behavior. 2. Loyalty, trust. 3. Reverse: a sense or feeling of betrayal.

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Vulnerable

1. Reverse: a sense of safety, security. 2. A feeling that someone is about to be hurtful or injurious, usually emotion­ally. 3. Feelings of personal safety and security need to be ad­dressed.

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Fear

1. Doubts about self. 2. Reverse: immense courage. 3. Anxieties about tasks and projects.

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