To dream of writing a story foretells a season of sadness. But to dream of reading or listening to a story is a sign of happy times to come.
A yarn – as in a tale or story – is most often to do with our sense of history or of continuity. To be being told a yarn or story links with our need for heroes and heroines, and perhaps our need for a mentor.
In a dream, soap represents the washing away of one’s sins, dispelling distress and adversities, or paying one’s debts. Seeing a soap boiler inside one’s house in a dream represents a visit by the undertaker. A bar of soap in a dream also represents a funny person. Washing a shirt with soap in a dream […]
A made-up story
In a dream, a storyteller may represent the Imam of a mosque, or the Khatib who delivers the Friday sermon. A storyteller in a dream also may represent one’s livelihood, or intestinal and bowel problems, or he could represent travels. If the stories are new, then they mean disturbances in one’s life. If they are […]
1. A good omen for most things. 2. Something great is in the offing. 3. Slang for sex. 4. Wordplay for “story,” possibly an excuse.
(Carpenter; Mason; Woodworker; Workman) Seeing a construction worker in a dream means both poverty or richness, or he could denote travels or uncertainty about what profession one should get into to earn his livelihood, or he could represent someone who patiently carries someone else’s burdens, or someone who fabricates a story, or someone who embellishes […]
It is not uncommon that a real-life obsession with a certain fictional character (or the person who plays that character) may carry over onto your dream world. However, if you dream about a fictional character, this can be an omen that something from your unconscious mind is about to emerge or be revealed. It may […]
To install something is to put it into position. A new programme on a computer in dreams would, for instance, mean accepting a new way of working. A new instalment of a story suggests a different phase in a project.
1. Need to “tell a story,” reveal inner thoughts and memories. 2. Symbol of one’s persona or hidden self. 3. Acceptance or rejection, depending on how manuscript is interpreted by others.