Reciting the Torah but not recognizing what it is in a dream means that one may become a fatalist. To own a copy of the Torah for a king or ruler in a dream means that he will conquer a land or make peace with its people on his terms. If he is learned in […]
The animal without trickery. As with all Birds, a symbol of sexuality as well as intellectual euphoria and ecstasy. A symbol of peace and creative thoughts. Doves can also be experienced as spirits or demons that one is unable to shed. In that sense, the dove is also a symbol of fear and disgust. In […]
1- In less sophisticated times bread, because it was made from grain, was also a fit offering for the gods. It was formed into loaves which then became symbols of fertility, nourishment and life. This symbolism remains visible today at Harvest and Jewish festivals. In dreams, loaves can represent our need for nourishment. 2- The […]
Many experiments have been done using hypnosis in connection with dreams. In the early pan of this century Carl Schroetter hypnotised Miss E, a pharmacist, in an attempt to test Freud’s theory of symbol formation. He suggested Miss E would dream of having homosexual intercourse with a female friend, L. The dream she subsequently reported […]
(Upon him be peace.) Seeinghim in a dream and feeling happy for his meeting brings glad tidings. If the archangel Gabriel in one’s dream speaks to him, advises him, or admonishes him in the dream, it means receiving a great honor, strength, victory in one’s life and glad tidings. If the person is oppressed, it […]
The lightning flash is a function within jewish kabbalist belief when something to be manifested is drawn very quickly through the sephiroth (spheres of existence) to become real in the physical world. As we become more aware of spiritual matters this symbol becomes part of our vocabulary.
A wig, as in a judge’s wig, is a symbol of spiritual authority and judgment. In jewish belief a woman was expected to hide her hair lest anyone other than her husband saw it. Nowadays it would be under a wig.
1. An ideal to be reached. 2. A renewed sense of spirituality. 3. Respect and regard for the jewish faith.
Dreams of a Rabbi symbolize your connection to your higher self and spiritual values. If you are Jewish, then this dream may be telling you to deepen your commitment to your spiritual path.
A dream of temptation and of evil (Gypsy). Obviously the dream interpreters of modern times have accepted the Christian and Jewish symbolism, rather than that of more remote antiquity. Freud and Jung, however, revert to more primitive times and interpret this as an erotic dream. Raphael interprets the serpent dream as one of “a deadly […]