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What Does A Dream Of A Drowning Child Mean?

Dreaming of a drowning child is a nightmare which can scare you into waking, feeling as if you’ve run a marathon. The identity of the child within your drowning dream changes the meaning of the dream. If you didn’t know the child, this essentially represents your own inner child, or your innermost self that’s been shaped throughout your childhood and …

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Cancer in Dreams

Cancer is one illness that is generally feared. You can feel fine one day, but the next, you start to feel sick. However, it isn’t a death sentence these days. Yes, of course, people will die of cancer, but many others are cured.  If you dream about having cancer, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you are going to get it. …

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Car Accident Dream Meaning and Interpretation

The only consolation of having a dream where you are in a car accident is that you wake up, and you’re in bed. As consolations go, that can be a pretty big one, considering the alternative, especially when your dream is as stressful as this. Car accidents, whether in dreams or in waking life, are a reminder not to take …

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What Is The Dream Interpretation Of A Crocodile?

Like the dream symbol of a snake, a crocodile appearing in your dream indicates someone will deceive or betray you.  It represents enemies you didn’t know you had, and impending changes in your life you couldn’t predict. Crocodiles also embody power, wisdom, the ability to adapt, and strength.  These animals are long-lived, and when they’ve appeared in our myths and …

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Dreaming About Cockroaches and What it Means

Cockroaches are not the best insects to come across. They are ugly and they carry diseases and to dream about them can be very scary. However, a dream about them can be positive in certain cases. The cockroach is surprisingly spiritual. It is connected to rebirth and to dream about one can mean that you are going to make a …

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Dreaming Of Cats: 37 Types And Interpretations

Dreams often have interesting things to tell us. Though they might just be a way of processing our daily actions, thoughts, feelings, and fears, this isn’t always true. They can also send us messages, and reconnect ourselves with our unconscious mind. These messages can get confused as in dreams, they overlap with our own associations with the symbols within the …

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City Dream Meaning and Symbolism

Dreams of cities are very common, especially if you happen to live in one. Settings in dreams are incredibly important to finding the meaning behind your dream, as they usually hold a lot of symbolism before you even get to the events of your dream, or your emotions during it. A City as a Dream Symbol Cities can have many …

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Champagne Dream Meaning and Symbolism

For the most part, champagne is a very positive dream symbol. Champagne is associated with celebrations, milestones, holidays, huge achievements, and luxury.  Dreaming of champagne is a great sign for the future, or reflecting the perfect time you’re enjoying in waking life right now. But it can predict a huge hit in your finances shortly, or suffering some kind of …

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Clouds Dream Meaning and Interpretation

Some dream symbols are a direct reflection of your being, an embodiment of your state of mind, both consciously and unconsciously.  While water in dreams represents the state of your emotions, clouds embody your conscience, your general outlook, and how you want life to be.  Dreaming of clouds is your way of reflecting how life is going, and if there …

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Dream Glossary: Dreams Symbols Beginning With C – Part 5

Corset Dreaming of a corset points to control, reticence, or restriction. You feel you cannot express yourself, or you are putting other people’s needs before your own, and it’s costing you. You need to learn to balance your emotional needs with attempting to help or please others. Cost Dreaming of something costing something is symbolic of your self-worth, and how …

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