To dream that he or she is well and smiling denotes purity and constancy; pale or ailing, the reverse (Raphael).
To dream of being abject indicate future financial reverses. If the abjectness altered during the dream, the reverses will be temporary. If, in your dream, you responded kindly to an abject approach, it means a financial benefit is on the way
Many children, playing and laughing, signify great happiness for the dreamer. If the children are unhappy, vexations may be caused by the double-crossing of a friend. If a child is very ill, the dream indicates monetary reverses.
If there is a whole fresh candle in the holder, the dream promises a happy and prosperous future. If empty, the reverse.
The ladder is a symbol of the step-by-step method of achieving success. To dream that you ascend the ladder denotes some fulfillment of an ambition, depending upon the number of rungs that have been climbed. Falling or slipping from the ladder, reverses. A broken ladder threatens failure. See Falling.
If you dream that you are wearing a veil that hides your face you may suffer because of your own insincerity. To see the veil on another person reverses the interpretation. A bridal veil means a new opportunity. Mourning veils, embarrassing momentary troubles.
If you dream that you are a thief you may subconsciously fear that you have usurped the rights of another person. To see a thief indicates the reverse. These dreams are often synonymous with financial difficulties.
1. Levels of knowledge, understanding. 2. Professional endeavors (note whether the case is full or empty). 3. Success (empty bookcase). 4. Reverse: success (full bookcase).
1. Feeling overwhelmed, trapped, lost. 2. An undertaking or project grows more difﬁcult and time-consuming than originally thought. 3. Reverse: obstacles are surprisingly easy to overcome.
1. Repressed rage, often to the point of harming self. 2. Inner conﬂict needs an outlet. 3. Improvement in luck on the way. 4. Reverse: reconciliation is in the ofﬁng.