Garden

In a woman’s dream a garden signifies her own personal space or territory, whereas for a man it will suggest a shared space.

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Rush

Interestingly, rushes or reeds are an ancient symbol of time. In both spiritual work and dreams, time and space are interchangeable. Thus, if we use our space successfully then we also use time properly. If we are rushing we do not see the best of our world.

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Elbow

To notice your or someone else’s elbows in your dream, indicates that you need to make a space for yourself. Your dream may express hesitance or fear in creating your own space for fear of being scrutinized. To dream that your elbow is wounded suggests your inability to function in some waking situation, possibly a […]

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Tenant

To dream of being a tenant suggests that at some level we do not want to take responsibility for the way we choose to live. We do not want to be burdened by having full responsibility for our living space. To have a tenant signifies that we find it expedient to have someone be involved […]

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Space

Space is a representation of a cosmic centre – a place that ‘is, was and ever shall be’. When it appears in a dream it shows we need to widen our present view of the world.

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Tight Space

A feeling of anxiety produced by being in a small space is a reflection of a situation in life that is suffocating or difficult, Jer. 38:6

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Outer Space

To dream of outer space represents your creativity. This dream may also indicate that something or someone in your life has just came out of nowhere.

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Asylum / Asylum Seeker

An enclosed space where we have to abide by rules imposed by others can give a sense of safety and security. Seeking asylum where one is not living in danger from our peers and compatriots suggests we are conscious that our thoughts and beliefs are not in tune with others. This may reflect a working […]

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Tear Gas

1. Self-expression, likely a protest, is met with hostility. 2. Feeling unable to “breathe,” suffocated and in need of some personal space, likely in a relationship.

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Empty

We may need space to be ourselves in order to come to terms with what is occurring in our lives. To be in an empty house or building denotes the fact that we have left behind old attitudes and habits.

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