Normally these dreams are not about an actual childbirth but rather about new seasons of purpose and destiny coming forth into your life. If a name is given to the child, pay close attention because that usually indicates that a new season in the purposes of God is being birthed. There are, of course, exceptions […]
Being the queen or King in your dream is a symbol of power and authority and can mean you want more responsibility. Maybe your boss isn’t giving you enough power at work?
Being in prison in a dream represents your fear of being held back or being STOPPED from doing what you want to do.
Being taken means you’re worried about LOSING what you have already achieved in your life.
Books symbolize the search or desire for knowledge and power in life. Books are thought to represent wisdom, power, knowledge and information.
This is one of the most common dreams ever. It signifies that you’re threatened in real life. It also means that you’re running away from it from fear. These problems vary from anything that is external and, of course, the internal battles of your mind.
This is one of those dreams that — even though you graduated 10, 20, even 50 years ago — you still continue to get. Usually, this dream is all about your job! Think about it, school is your first real job where you need to be on time, you need to be prepared and “have […]
When something or someone is hot on your heels in your dream, it’s a good indication that you are avoiding something in waking life. When you get this dream, ask yourself, “Self, am I trying to avoid a confrontation with someone? Am I trying to get out of a responsibility or obligation? Or is there […]
Grant understands this dream as a sign that the dreamer is having problems. Lawrence views it as a need, either to start a creative project or become a parent. Or the dream may be representative of a new idea that has recently come to the person, as Loewenberg believes.
Despite the nightmarish feel of this dream, Wallace considers it a positive sign. He believes that this dream is supposed to encourage the dreamer to finally face a problem that has been hanging over his or her head. Loewenberg encounters this dream more often in women than men.