AWARDS

Recognition or acceptance that you deserve to be honored for special efforts that you’ve made. A nudge from the subconscious reminding you to award yourself for hard work and unselfish deeds. Many people are hesitant to give themselves that pat on the back, but it’s very healthy.

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ANGEL

(see Authority Figures, Icons) A personal guide or guardian who either safeguards you in times of need or conveys important messages, most likely of a spiritual nature. Divine blessings and protection, especially if one covers you with its wings. In Christianity, angels are servants and messengers for God, often attending and defending believers in their […]

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ABBREVIATIONS

Initials for peoples’ names with whom you’ve had recent important According to ancient dream oracles, a portent of the initials for future friends, lovers, or meaningful acquaintances. Look to the rest of the dream for more clarification on which outcome best applies. Abbreviations for a well-known, easily recognized organization that has some symbolic import to […]

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BAY

Victory, recognition, and success. Bay crowns were used in Greece to honor kings, priests, poets, and heroes. Unrequited love. Daphne was changed to a bay laurel tree to keep her safe from Apollo’s pursuit. Averting emotional storms. Anciently this herb was considered a good amulet to protect the home against damage from thunder and lightning. […]

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BAT

An ability to traverse “darkness” of a figurative nature, but one that may not be recognized. Native Americans believe these creatures are guides because of their uncanny navigation abilities. See where the bat is taking you, and watch closely the path by which you go. If the bat is you, or you have bat ivings, […]

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CHANTING

Dedicated religious observance. Numerous civilizations recognized chanting as a viable expression of veneration, or a means of communing with greater powers. The Om chant from Tibet acts as a creative spell that reaffirms the self and the Source. In a dream this reflects the birth of a more aware, actualized person who has discovered the […]

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CARNATION

In the Victorian language of flowers, this represents pride and beauty. Elizabethan: Preventing an untimely death on a scaffold. If you’ve stuck your neck out lately, you may want to reconsider this course of action. Happy celebrations and / or some type of promotion or public recognition. Carnation gets its name from “coronation,” because it […]

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CALENDAR

Systematic approaches and arrangements that maintain a steadv flow of work, creativity, etc. The date that appears on the calendar is usually of great import. Pay attention to it, and check its numerological significance, if you don’t immediately recognize the meaning. Each month and day of the week has special significance, some of which can […]

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EMBRYO

For a pregnant woman, or her partner, a situational dream that requires no further interpretation. A period of gestation and waiting that may actually span 40 weeks. This is not a situation that can be rushed or forced. A new beginning or opportunity that has just been recognized, or is just starting to develop. see […]

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FOOT

(see Barefoot, Body, Shoes) Your sense of mobility and spiritual or emotional balance (e.g., “footing”). Taking a new step or direction with your life. Jungian: Our connection with the earth; our foundations in materiality. Kissing or washing of the feet represents humility and service, as Mary Magdalene with Christ. Footprints: Leaving behind a wavmark that […]

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