Towel

(Apron; Serviette) A towel in a dream represents one’s servant, employee, housekeeper, or it could represent a pilgrimage to Mecca. In a dream, a towel also represents one’s wife, and for a woman it represents her husband. If a towel is used as a mat during sexual intercourse in a dream, then it represents a […]

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Childbirth

(Giving birth) Seeing one’s wife giving birth to a son in a dream when in fact she is not pregnant means wealth. If a pregnant woman sees herself giving birth to a girl in a dream, it means a boy, and if she gives birth to a boy in the dream, it means a girl. […]

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Mother

(Educator; Eye-brow; Governess) Seeing one’s mother in a dream has a deeper and a stronger meaning than seeing one’s father. All the same in one’s dream, seeing her means attaining one’s goal. Man’s dreams are most pleasing when he sees his parents, grand parents or a relative. If one is going through difficulties and sees […]

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Waste

Waste in dreams signifies matter or information we no longer need. It can now be discarded. Often the colour will have significance. Waste can also suggest a misuse of resources – we may initially be using too much energy on a particular project.

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Toilets

You use the toilet to eliminate waste matter from your body. When these actions appear in your dreams it is your unconscious highlighting your need to let go of emotional waste – generally old, unhappy memories or behaviours that are no longer serving you. • Toilet dreams also refer to your basic needs in life […]

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Absinthe

To come under the influence of absinthe in dreams, denotes that you will lead a merry and foolish pace with innocent companions, and waste your inheritance in prodigal lavishness on the siren, selfish fancy. For a young woman to dream that she drinks absinthe with her lover warns her to resist his persuasions to illicit […]

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A Handkerchief

A handkerchief , towel or pillow represents a person’s servants and subordinates. Any defects in any of the above bespeaks of similar defects in them.

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