1. Fear of separation, loss. 2. Use caution in making or receiving promises—they are likely to be impossible to fulﬁll. 3. Passing from one phase of life to another.
Symbolic of spiritual or physical death
Lawrence’s interpretation is that this dream “reveals the wish to terminate something in life: a relationship, a job, a career path, or even the past.” Grant’s dictionary emphasizes that this dream is not necessarily a nightmare. Rather, he repeatedly states that it is a dream meant to encourage a person to embark on a new endeavor or […]
According to psychoanalysis, wanting to get even with somebody. See Death / Killing.
Death in dreams is rarely, if ever, literal. Rather it is a metaphor for letting go, change and transformation. • Some part of your behaviour, your life or a habit has to “die”. You need to take some radical, life changing action to resolve your current dissatisfaction. • Find the courage to let go of […]
These dreams are not normally about the person seen in the dream in a literal sense, but are symbolic about something that is passing away or departing from your life. The type of death may be important to note. Watch, though, to see if resurrection is on the other side.
Often a suggestion that the foundation of the dreamer’s life, the unconscious, is disturbed. An exploiting worldview has taken over. The dreamer needs to find and stop the ways he is exploiting himself—and others. See Forest.
Areas of progressive change in one’s life, emerging personal qualities; occasionally one’s children being helped in their growth’. Dead, dying plants: loss of vital enthusiasm; dying pleasure. See weeds.
1. Hearth, representing center of domesticity. 2. Domestic troubles (if ﬁre is not present or dying). 3. Disappointment, apathy (not present or dying). 4. Love and happiness.