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Aisling A-Z Dream Dictionary


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These entries are an extract from Michael Sheridan's book
How To Interpret Your Dreams
and Discover Your Life Purpose

Smashing the myths Michael demonstrates the simplicity of Dream Interpretation. In this well structured book he starts with the basics and gently introduces how dreams give direct guidance on your health. That alone is worth the sticker price but it doesn’t stop there! With each chapter the arsenal for cracking the code in dreams is advanced until from your dreams you can answer the deeply philosophical questions, “Why am I here?" and "What is my life purpose?”

Michael writes from an unashamed spiritual perspective but with his feet firmly on the ground. With this book you can take steps to restore your power and regain control of all aspects of your life.

The interpretations listed in this dream dictionary are intended only as a guide.
A dreamer's personal association with dream symbols can significantly change the meaning of a dream.

   
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Clothes

Clothes represent your attitude towards the subject matter of the dream, as we dress to suit our mood or to suit the role we feel obliged to play (e.g. career). In the dream context, we are free to wear anything we want or to even wear nothing. How we dress, particularly the colors worn, can be very revealing. Old fashioned clothing indicates you have adopted an old fashioned attitude towards the subject matter of the dream. This is most likely handed down to you by one or both parents. Being given hand me downs belonging to your father would be clearly showing you have adopted your fathers attitude.

Being naked in a dream is a very good symbol and shows that you are being asked to be yourself when it comes to the subject matter of the dream. The disturbing feeling usually associated with this type of dream, indicates the level of discomfort you would have in being yourself. If you are currently undergoing therapy this type of dream shows it is working well and restoring your sense of identity.

Washing clothes can represent anxieties with regard to the subject matter of the dream.

Cloud

A dark cloud symbolizes depression. A cloud with a silver lining indicates you are heading out of depression.

Clown

A clown symbolizes inner sadness that is not expressed.

Club

A club is a male symbol and indicates that you have a male energy approach to life or the subject matter of the dream. You need to restore balance between male and female aspects of yourself. Female energy allows you to forgive, listen, have two-way communication, lead and more – all aspects worthy of developing.

A dance club symbolizes expression of your heart and indicates you need to listen to and share your feelings more.

A club or association can indicate your participation in the club of life. For example, wanting to cancel your membership in a club can indicate a conscious or subconscious wish to leave the planet.

Coal mine

A coal mine is a source of power so can indicate you are a hands-on healer. However a coal mine can also be about your colon due to the fact that it is mined from the earth and the half pun coal makes with colon.

Coat

A coat indicates that you do not allow others to get close to you. This is always about your heart and emotions. The mistaken idea is that by keeping people at a distance you cannot get hurt. The dream shows you this to ask you to open up and allow others to get close. Suppressing your feelings over a long period of time is not healthy for your heart. Ideally you are open and honest about your feelings both to yourself and to others.

Coffee Table

Due to the pun on cough a coffee table can symbolize your lungs. Look for other symbols in the dream to back this up. Are there vacuum cleaners, air ducts or ventilation systems in the dream?

Magazines on a coffee table indicate that you have a counseling ability. Indeed the dream is saying that it is your responsibility to develop this ability. Literally it is time for you to put this gift on the table.

Coffin

A coffin symbolizes you need to eliminate negative influences from the past. A negative aspect of you has to die before a positive aspect can find expression. For example, to dream of the death of your father means you need to eliminate negative influences from your father. This can be an influence that leads to dysfunctional behavior but does not have to be. For example, a woman who was in a long term relationship and already had a child from a previous relationship, felt her parents would disapprove of her having a second child by a different man. This was enough to stop her until she dreamed of her father dying, followed by dreams of being pregnant.

Coins

Coins can represent a number of things in a dream, including energy, your heart and circulatory system, intuition and hands-on healing. The value of the coin or indeed the quantity of coins can also be the significant symbol in the dream. For example, 20 cent asks you to develop your channeling as a goal while 40 cent means you are limiting your goals.

Silver coins, being the color of the moon, indicate you have a strong intuitive ability. Like the moon you are a light in the dark. It is common to find yourself discovering silver coins in a dream or picking them up.

Gold coins, being the color of the sun, indicate you have a hands-on healing ability. The sun’s energy breathes life into our world. Like the sun, you can project energy into others.

Copper coins indicate you have a hands-on healing ability that works well for healing rheumatism.

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