If an x appears in a dream, we are usually ‘marking the spot’. It can also represent an error, a misjudgement or possibly something we particularly need to note. Written as a kiss it signifies unification of two entities.
These symbolise a person’s honour, dignity and nobility. At other times the back or the loins symbolise a child since a child is born of a person’s back.
An older meaning of repair was ‘to go back’ and it is this meaning that is most spiritually relevant. The idea of going back to where we came from – to source – is an accepted spiritual belief.
To borrow something implies having to give it back at some point. So, when we use energy or resources from a spiritual perspective, we also have to give something – usually effort – back.
To see a banner or military standard in a dream is a sign and can be good or bad depending on what is written on the standard, Ps. 74:4
To dream of a donkey braying in your face, denotes that you are about to be publicly insulted by a lewd and unscrupulous person. To hear the distant braying filling space with melancholy, you will receive wealth and release from unpleasant bonds by the death of some person close to you. If you see yourself […]
The back of anything signifies rejection, and the front acceptance. Conflict between rejection and acceptance can be shown in a dream as seeing both the back and front of something.
To see Post-It notes in your dream, suggests your tendency to hold on and cling to your childhood. Also pay attention to what is written or drawn on the Post-It… that may offer you a clue to what particular aspect of yourself you are not letting go of.
(Death) In a dream, the return of one’s soul back to its Lord means remitting of a trust back to its rightful owner, the recovery of a sick person from his illness, the release of a prisoner from jail, or perhaps it could represent a reunion of people who love one another. (Also see Death)
In dreams we will often register a symbol as being a hieroglyphic because it is an idea presented in pictorial form. It is only after conscious thought that the meaning becomes clear and is retained in memory. Hieroglyphics were developed before the written word and, therefore, often represent basic ideas.