Hailstones

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Hailstones, due to their milky color, represent a milk or dairy produce allergy.

Hair

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Hair comes from our heads so in dreams can symbolize thoughts or how you think with regards to the subject matter of the dream.

Having your hair done or a haircut is a request to change how you think with regard to the subject matter of the dream.

Hair tied up or in a bun means your way of thinking is restricted. The restriction can be due to conditioning or it can simply be your refusal to look at things with an open mind.

Hair loss can indicate a refusal to think about something. Being bald in a dream indicates the same thing. Hair loss is also a symptom of an under active thyroid so can also indicate that.

Blonde hair indicates a guide. Whatever they say in the dream is infallible. However, if the hair is dyed blonde it indicates a sham – either you or someone in your life is pretending to be pure of thought.

Hair on fire is a threat of stroke. Look for other symbols in the dream to do with expression of feelings.

Hairdresser

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A hairdresser is a request to change the way you think with regard to the subject matter of the dream.

Hall

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A hall, being a location you walk through to get to where you are going, indicates transition.

Hallway

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The front door of a house represents your vagina – the front door to the body by which someone can exit. The hallway, being just behind the front door, represents the womb. For example, being chased down a hallway by a woman with a scissors indicates your mother considered abortion while pregnant with you.

Hand

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To dream of hands indicates you have a hands-on healing ability. With this healing you channel energy through your hands into your client.

A skeleton hand in a dream it means you need to breathe life into your healing ability. You are literally letting it die.

Handbag

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A handbag indicates responsibility. When you take it with you, attention is given to holding it, keeping an eye on it or knowing where it is at all times.

Hanging Basket

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A hanging basket indicates your uterus (see potted plant). This is particularly the case if the hanging baskets are outside the front door of a house. In this context, rusty baskets indicate a health warning and the need for a cervical check-up with your doctor.

Harbor

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A harbor symbolizes your birth as this is where ships berth, with berth being a pun on birth. Dreams about birth will invariably show your spiritual abilities as you have these from day one.

Harvest Field

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A harvest field symbolizes your reproductive system. The plants that were sown have now produced the next generation.

Hay

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Hay, due to its brown color and use as bedding for animals, symbolizes your elimination system.

Moldy hay or steaming hay indicates you have mold growing in your colon – check for candida albicans.

Head

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To dream of a head indicates that you are intellectual – your head rules your heart. The dream is showing you this in an attempt to get you to move your center of consciousness down from your head to your heart.

A bald head indicates that you are not thinking with regard to the subject matter of the dream.

Darkness around a head indicates depression.

Headlights

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Headlights would indicate the eyes as they allow you to see. However, they also indicate an intuitive ability as they allow you to see in the dark. So while others can’t really figure out what is going on, your intuition kicks in and you appear to get direction out of nowhere.

Healer

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A healer indicates that you too are a healer. In your case you have a hands-on healing ability like Jesus had. Healing energy is channeled through your body and into your client from your hands.

Hearth

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Hearth is a pun and symbolizes your heart and circulatory system. A house with a warm hearth has caring and sharing individuals – people with a warm heart.

Heat

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Heat in dreams can be healing if it refers to a sunny day, the heat of the sun or a hot country in a positive way.

Heat is also indicative of your heart and feelings. For example, if the dream is saying there is no heat from the fire you are being asked to add warmth / passion to your heart with regard to the subject matter of the dream.

Heat can also be about negative emotions from others. To feel heat from someone would indicate they are angry at you. To direct heat at yourself would indicate you are frustrated over something. For example, a young single woman, who just learned she was pregnant, dreamt of her car melting in her driveway.

Hedgehog

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A hedgehog symbolizes your digestive system is slow moving. The dream is pointing it out so that you do something to speed it up.

Helicopter

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A helicopter symbolizes your heart for several reasons. Firstly, the beating sound is symbolic of the beating sound of your heart. Secondly the propeller rotating, like any circular movement in dreams, is symbolic of your circulatory system. Lastly, people who ignore their heart must live from their head and are logical in almost all aspects of their lives. The lofty position of the helicopter indicates your center of consciousness is up in your head. The dream asks you to move it downward.

If the visibility from the helicopter or the glass in the cockpit is emphasized in the dream, you are being told you have a psychic ability which you can use to get a higher perspective on what is going on in your life and the lives of others.

Help

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To help others in a dream is indicative that you are a spiritual teacher / leader. Spiritual leaders empower others to be able deal with their challenges themselves.

Hen House

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A hen house, being a place for egg production, is about your ovaries. For example, if the floor of the hen house is dirty the dream is asking you to improve your elimination / diet to avoid toxins building up in your ovaries.

Highway

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A highway, being a main arterial road (pun on artery), symbolizes your heart, circulatory system and emotions.

Hill

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Hills can symbolize a number of things but are usually about the difficulty of your journey in life. Climbing a steep hill, especially if it is rocky, indicates that you feel life is an uphill struggle. It also means you are on the karmic path.

Holdups

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Holdups symbolize your intestines.

Hole

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A hole in the earth can symbolize your colon and elimination system.

Holiday

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A holiday or holiday scene is a request to relax or take a rest. It can be triggered by overworking or getting stressed over an issue. For example, to dream of holidaying in Spain would indicate you need to rest and allow your body to rejuvenate (sunny country).

Home

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Dreaming of your home when the room is not specified indicates a family influence. In dreams about your physical body, specific rooms represent specific parts of your body. See house or lookup the specific room for more.

Hometown

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To dream of your hometown symbolizes influences from the past. Dreams mix the past, present and future. To symbolize the past they frequently physically locate you in a place from your past.

Hood

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A bonnet or hood being the access to a car engine is about your heart. An open bonnet is a request to open up to your feelings or open your heart.  Having the bonnet open in the rain is a healing symbol as this indicates letting life into your heart. The dream is asking you to do this in waking life.

Horse

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A horse symbolizes balance. This can be validated by anyone who has ever tried to ride one!

A powerful horse or many horses indicate that you are a hands-on / spiritual healer. Horses are powerful animals and power output is still measured in horse power. The horses in your dream symbolize the power that can be channeled through your hands into your client.

Hosiery

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Hosiery symbolizes your intestines.

Hospital

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Dreams of hospitals are about your state of mind and how it influences your health or healing.

A private ward in hospital asks you to develop your individuality.

Hot

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Hot symbolizes healing if it refers to a sunny day, the heat of the sun or a hot country in a positive way.

Hot or heat is also indicative of your heart and feelings. For example, if the dream is saying there is no heat from the fire you are being asked to add warmth / passion to your heart with regard to the subject matter of the dream.

Hot or heat can also be about negative emotions from others. To feel heat from someone would indicate they are angry at you. To direct heat at yourself indicates you are frustrated over something.

Hotel

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The most significant place in a hotel is the reception and in dreams they symbolize your reception at birth. Due to the normally receptive welcome in a hotel it is healing for your reception at birth. This is the most significant reception of your life, and how you were welcomed on your arrival can subconsciously control a lot of your actions and philosophy of life. The birth imprint is so indelible it comes up time and again in your dreams. As with many dreams bringing you back to birth, it is likely to also show the spiritual gifts you brought with you for this journey.

House

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A house commonly represents your physical body with specific rooms, locations and items representing different parts of your body. A summary list is given here but each keyword, and many more, is described in greater detail separately under its own heading.

Attic: Mind, brain.

Back door: Rectum.

Balcony: Intellectual, rational.

Basement: Subconscious.

Bathroom: Elimination, elimination system.

Bedroom: reproductive system, sexuality, rest, meditation, astral activities.

Box room: Uterus.

Chimney: Heart.

Cooker: Digestive system.

Dining room: Communication, interaction, digestive system.

Floor: Elimination, elimination system.

Fridge: Stomach.

Front door: Vagina.

Hallway: Transition, uterus.

Hearth: Heart, circulatory system.

Kitchen: Digestive and elimination system.

Landing: Transition.

Light / Lamp: Psychic ability.

Power outlet: Hands-on healer.

Stairs: Spine.

Toilet bowl: Elimination, bowel.

Wall: Heart.

Wallpaper in a Bedroom or Living room: Lining of the uterus.

Wallpaper in a Kitchen, Bathroom or Dining Room: Lining of the digestive system.

Windows: Eyes, psychic ability, your view on the subject matter.

Wiring: Central nervous system.

Hurt

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To be hurt in a dream indicates emotional trauma. While the trauma is likely to be in the past you are dreaming about it because it is still affecting your actions today.

Hypnotist

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To dream of a hypnotist means you have the ability to hypnotize. This ability comes as a set which includes absent healing and projection.

Projection is the ability to project your mind onto others. You can use this to good and bad effect. It is very useful in marketing, sales and teaching. Be careful not to think badly of others, as your negative thoughts can have a negative effect on them. Whether you believe in karma or not you will bring it on yourself for doing this.

Hypnosis is achieved by the practitioner projecting their mind onto their subject. This is regardless of other tools the hypnotist may use to distract their subject. It is their mental projection onto the mind of the subject that makes it work.