Dream Dictionary / W

Writing Whether we are aware of it or not, when we write our whole body takes on a certain posture, and a mood or emotion may be present as we write. Our age and state of […] More Wreck Damage you have experienced to some aspect of your self-image, or even your body. If it is an old wreck, such as a shipwreck, it could point to the memories and feelings surrounding an old […] More Wound Remember that whenever we dream its images are not like real life, because a dream is nothing like outer life where things could hurt you, but is an image like on a cinema screen, so […] More Worship Opening yourself to the influence of what you worship – or to the influence of the ideas or feelings involved in the act of worshipping. It can also be an experience that transcends your usual […] More Worm Lowliness, decay, earthiness. Feeling insignificant or ineffective; something you treat as insignificant, the penis. Example: I had a dream that I lived in a beautiful Victorian home. While I went to sit down and relax I seen a guy looking […] More World Sometimes depicts the ‘world’ or viewpoints you have created out of your attitudes and responses to events and people. Your personal interactions with people and events. The sphere of your experience; the world you live […] More
Workshop It probably refers to your ability to create or mend various areas of your life or projects. But as the example show it can also be a place of wonder or discovery. I can be […] More Work Worked Working Everything in the universe works. Everything exists because of a relationship with other things, with the whole. Our interdependence is complete. Without the universe we do not exist. One of the greatest truths of the […] More Work Clothes Denotes something you are working at or giving effort to. This is usually to do with changes you are making, either in yourself or outer life.  This only seldom relates to the actual work you […] More Wordplay and Puns According to Freud, one of the major processes of the unconscious is condensation. This means that within one element in a dream, such as the strange room we dream we are in, or the unusual […] More Word In Indian holy writings, and in the bible, the same idea is expressed, In the beginning was the word. Sometimes in dreams a special word is realised or given. Such words are symbols of creative […] More Wool May represent the soft, indulgent things of life, gentle thoughts, and pleasure, as in wool-gathering. Warmth; gentleness; motherhood; protective fuzziness of thoughts and feelings. Wool of course links with a lamb or sheep. So might […] More
Wood In general this is about things that have grown or developed in your life in the past and are now useful material to use in what you are making of yourself. It often indicates the […] More Womb Childbirth, pregnancy, the female receptiveness and ability to nurture life. To return to the womb, while it can represent an infantile event, really symbolises the experience or consciousness at that time. This is a state […] More Woman Women In life the conscious attention a woman has to give to her animus (her inner male) problem takes much time and involves a lot of suffering. But if she realises who and what her animus […] More Wolf Although the wolf can depict a feeling that ‘things’ are out to get us, the wolf in our dream often depicts just our fear. Fear is one of our instinctive reactions to situations, so is […] More Witch The fears or difficult feelings and relationship habits you have developed in relationship with your mother. Because these feelings are now part of you, if female, you can of course become the witch in relationship […] More Wise Woman Sometimes this is a disguised image of the way you feel about your mother. It can also show how you are relating to your core self and what you are getting or learning from it. […] More
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