BARN

(see Animals, Buildings, Farm) A barn filled with grain is an image of safeguarding resources, especially finances. A barn with its door open reveals that you have been careless in some matter. This situation needs tending before it gets totally out of control (e.g., closing the barn door after the horses get out). Barns painted […]

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BARN

The Gypsies say that to dream of a full barn means you will never go hungry again. But to dream of an empty barn indicates a life of sadness and want. A barn on fire indicates that you could lose all that you have.

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BARN

This is a favourable dream if the Barn is full, or nearly so ; but it is unfortunate to see an empty Barn, with open doors.

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Barn

1. Wealth and happiness, prosperity from hard work (full barn). 2. Possible bad luck (open, empty barn). 3. A repository or holding place of unconscious thoughts and feelings.

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Barn

Vision: Looking at a full barn: your success is the result of the hard work you have done. An empty barn: the hopes you put in a certain matter were misplaced.Depth Psychology: See Grass, Hay.

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Carriage house

(Barn; Byre; Coach; Cowshed; Stall) A carriage house in a dream represents the assembly place of politicians, leaders, scholars, merchants, visitors or spectators. The condition in which the carriage house appears in one’s dream reflects the state of such groups of people. (Also see Barn; Stableman)

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Barn

Dreams of a barn symbolize a storehouse for your animal instincts, power and resources. Perhaps you are feeling the need to restrain your wild side. See Chakra (1st & 2nd) and Farm.

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Barn

Symbolic of a person’s stored wealth, Prov. 3:9. A barn can also symbolize a person’s life and property, Ps. 144:13, Jer. 50:26

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Barn

To see a barn in your dream, signifies feelings kept in your unconscious. You may be holding back your natural instincts or actions.

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Barn

In a dream, a barn represents profits, provisions, fodder, food, savings, coffer, bag, one’s house, one’s shop or one’s farm. (Also see Carriage house; Stableman)

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