(see Bank / Banking, Money) Tilings in which you place your trust, but which may not be very secure. Closely reviewing your assets and resources (e.g., “taking stock”). If the stock market crashes, this represents having the rug pulled out from under your hopes and dreams to the point of despondency. If specific stocks appear […]
(see Bank / Banking, Circle, Gold, Silver) In the Tarot, the emblem of earthly concerns—e.g., money, jobs, possessions. An alternative circle symbol due to their shape. Improved luck or finances. Found pennies, and coins with the date of your birth are tokens of good fortune. Similarly, in Old Europe turning a pocketed coin by the […]
Vision: Spending time on shore: a mood change, sometimes even a life change, is imminent Sitting on the bank of a Brook: pleasant hours will pass all too quickly.Depth Psychology: The shore shows your hesitation, because you don’t know what direction your life is supposed to take. The shore is the boundary betw een your […]
Depth Psychology: Dreaming about being wealthy means you are looking for more material possessions; it is also a sign that you want more power and influence over others. See Bank, Million.
(see Bank / Banking, Money) Feeling financially burdened by someone or something over whom or which you have little control. Paying exorbitant taxes can reflect oppression from a specific source (the payee in the dream). A situational dream caused by aggravation over recent tax increases or issues.
To dream that you have dealings with a Bank is a bad sign, because it indicates some sudden loss of money.
Relates to design and in particular to your physical being, if it is a structure being designed; i.e., if a bank or a business is being designed or an architect is planning the design of one, it is probably referring to the design of finance and business in your life and is indicating the direction […]
(see Bank / Banking, Coins, Gold, Poverty, Silver, Stock Market) Financial worries, or the wish for prosperity. Inaccessible funds: Something pent up within yourself, often an ability. Corruption (e.g., “money is the root of all evil” or “dirty money”). Turning down, or turning away from, money: A change in personal priorities toward less material pursuits. […]
Vision: Speaking to your landlord: you are spending much more money than your bank account can handle. See Coffee.Depth Psychology: You are either partying too much, or you should do more of it. An honest answer can only come from you!
The symbols of death or the fear of death can be: sunset; evening; a crossed river or falling in a river, a skeleton; snarling dogs; sleep; anaesthetic; gravestones; cemetery; blackness, or something black; ace of spades; a fallen mirror; stopped clock; a pulled tooth; an empty abyss, the chill wind; falling leaves; a withering plant; […]