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Emotions in dreams often reflect how powerful or important you believe something is. They often mirror your waking emotional state.


To dream that you are holding or expressing anger represents a disagreement with someone in your waking life or inner conflict with an aspect of your character. You may be experiencing frustrations and disappointments with others or with your self.

Being angry in a dream may also reflect you or someone else that is demanding to be acknowledged. It may also be a sign that you have unacknowledged aggression or hostility. Perhaps you feel undervalued, rejected, or jealous.

An angry person in a dream may represent a characteristic in yourself that you dislike or feel guilty about.

Fact: Statistically, men are much more likley to experience anger or aggression in dreams than woman. This is most likely due to woman being much more open about their problems or concerns in waking life. Poor people, working mothers, and first born children also have higher incidences of anger and violence in dreams.


To dream of being bored represents feelings about nothing interesting, exciting, or new happening. Feelings of dissatisfaction, disinterest, or monotony in waking life. Experiencing a situation with a lack of excitement, stimulation, or engagement with your current circumstances or activities. An aspect of your life that is uninteresting or repetitive. Feeling unfulfilled or uninspired by your daily routine, relationships, or responsibilities. A situation that is too predictable, lacks challenge, or fails to stimulate your interest or creativity. A lack of engagement or enthusiasm in your waking life activities, relationships, or personal pursuits.

Positively, dreaming of boredom may represent a desire for change, new experiences, or breaking free from monotonous routines. A need for new opportunities that can bring more excitement and fulfillment into your life. A reminder to seek out activities, experiences, or relationships that ignite your passion and enthusiasm. An inner push towards finding more meaningful, stimulating, or engaging activities.

Negatively, dreaming of boredom may reflect feelings of stagnation, apathy, or a sense of being trapped in a dull or uneventful situation. Reluctance or resistance to break free from routines or habits that no longer serve you. A lack of motivation or drive to pursue your goals and aspirations. A sense of being stuck in a rut. Complacency or a lack of motivation to improve your current situation. The dreamer's feelings about their own life choices and the comparison to others' seemingly more exciting lives.

Example: A woman dreamed of being in New York where time was frozen still she was the only person who could move around. The dream felt very grey and boring. In waking life, she had outstanding legal matters related to her children to deal with. In this case, the dream feeling boring may have reflected her frustration with the slow pace and lack of progress in the legal proceedings.

Example 2: A man dreamed of being inside a quiet boring house with dark-colored walls. It was grey and cloudy outside. Suddenly, an enemy from his past knocked on his door and the whole world outside the door was a political disaster. In waking life, he was spending a lot of time ignoring a dangerous criminal situation involving famous people that eventually couldn't be ignored. In this case, the boring house may have reflected his feelings about his normal daily life feeling uneventful or monotonous while trying to avoid paying attention to the stressful and dangerous criminal situation while waiting for it to end.


To dream of crying sadly represents powerful feelings of loss, disappointment, or pain. Distress, sorrow, or stress. You feel frustrated or overwhelmed by how unpleasant a situation is. You may be having difficulty accepting the end of a situation or relationship. Jealousy of something in your life not being perfect. Feeling empty inside.

Alternatively, crying in a dream may be a sign that you are acknowledging a problem you've been repressing. You or someone else that is experiencing catharsis or emotional cleansing. A release of sorrow, grief, or misery that has been held back. You may have finally confronted a powerful fear.

To dream of crying tears of joy represents the resolution of a frustrating problem or working through emotional blocks. Relief of some kind. It may also represent your deep appreciation or sense of wonderment for something that has happened to you.

To wake up crying represents suppressed hurt or trauma that you've neglected to deal with. You are having difficulty accepting or confronting an issue. A sign that you may need to be more open about your problems or more willing to accept difficult changes.

To dream of no one hearing or responding to your cries represents your feelings of helplessness, neglect, or frustration. You may feel insignificant or that no one is listening to you. You may need to be more vocal about your problems or making your views known.

Pregnant women often dream of crying to reflect their heightened emotional sensitivity causing them to feel that they are losing control.

Crying in a dream may also reflect sad feelings of unbearable sadness or emptiness. Experiencing someone in your life that is sad and feeling that you can't do anything about it.

Example: A woman dreamed of crying about a horse dying. In waking life she had just spent a few days having sex with her husband in an expensive hotel before he had to leave on business for a long time. The crying probably reflected the woman's disappointment with the sexual activity having to stop for such a long time.

Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing someone crying. In waking life he was experiencing new found success in his business that suddenly stopped.

Example 3: A young girl dreamed of seeing her mother sitting at the dinner table and then felt herself start to cry. In waking life her parents were getting a divorce and she felt that it was her fault.

Example 4: A man dreamed of crying. In waking life he was a doctor in Nazi Germany that was distraught witnessing his hospital being over taken by Nazi soldiers.

Example 5: A woman dreamed of seeing her boyfriend's mother crying. In waking life she felt sorry for the mother because the mother missed her son (dreamer's boyfriend) who was off in another country. The dreamer felt powerless to address the problem while finding the mother's sadness unbearable.

Example 6: A woman dreamed of seeing her mother crying. In waking if she felt that promises she made to others about the future to move to another country were going to make her very unhappy.

Example 7: A young woman dreamed of crying. In waking life she was feeling a powerful sense of loss with her best friend decided to never speak to her again.

Example 8: A woman dreamed of crying on the phone with her ex-boyfriend. In waking life her ex-boyfriend had married someone else and she was having difficulty accepting that a getting back with him was never going to happen ever again.


To dream of depression reflects a lack of belief in yourself or in a situation. You may have lost hope or confidence. Alternatively, depression in a dream may reflect how you are feeling sorry for yourself.

Depression in a dream may be a sign that you need to force yourself to make positive changes in your life or believe in yourself more.

To dream of experiencing a financial depression represents a total loss of faith or hope in your abilities. You may be having a big slump or feel that easy opportunities in life are drying up. It may also reflect common feeling of failure or a lack of opportunity amongst you and the people you know. You can't do anything because no one else can.


To dream that you are embarrassed represents your feelings of disappointment or failure. A lack of self-confidence. Insecurities about people laughing at you for hidden weaknesses being exposed. Confidence feeling undermined. Embarrassment in a dream may also be a sign that you have issues with confidence and believing in yourself. Worrying too much about what other people think.

Alternatively, embarrassment might reflect situations in waking life where you are experiencing jealousy. Insecurities about your sexuality.


To dream of fear reflects a waking life situation that gives you anxiety or that scares you. You may have a problem confronting an issue. The fear may also reflect an unconscious aversion you have to a something happening.

Beliefs about yourself being little or powerless. Insecurity. Not believing in yourself enough. A lack of experience that forces you to hide facts from people or act cowardly. A fear of what other people think that drives you to cover up your problems. A sign that you need to speak about your problems to people or seek advice to address your problems properly.

To overcome your fears it's recommended that you talk people about your problems or to confront issues openly.

Example: A woman had recurring dreams of feeling fear while cautiously entering a room. In waking life she was having regular financial problems and feared that she could never pay off her debts.


To dream of happiness may reflect waking life situations where you feeling good about not having to worry about a problem anymore. Relief, comfort, or contentment with how a situation has turned out. Feeling secure or loved. Alternatively, happiness may reflect waking life situations where you feel really lucky about something good that has happened. Self-love.

Negatively, happiness in a dream may be a sign that you are desperately avoid facing the truth of a problem or are involved in addictive or excessive behaviors. Compensating, daydreaming, or willful blindness to avoid pain. A desire for wish fulfillment. It may also reflect a tendency to live with desire for things you can't really believe you can have. Wishful thinking. Happiness in a dream may be a sign that you are having problems facing the reality of situation. Alternatively, dreaming of being happy may reflect a tendency to be too comfortable with ideas or situations that are not good for you. Feelings about other people being happy to see your fail or your or enjoyment of experiencing other failing.

Happy endings in a dream may reflect positive outcomes that you currently aren't confident enough to believe in. Negatively, they may reflect satisfaction with keeping others down.

Example: A young boy dreamed of his parents being happy together and choosing to not get divorced. In waking life his parents were getting divorced and there was nothing that could be done to stop it. The dream most likely reflected the young boy's irrational or uniformed desire for his parents to get back together. Using hope or telling himself that his parents would get back together to help himself cope.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of feeling happy inside. In waking life she was very happy to be divorced.


To dream of hating someone or something represents feelings of serious resentment, frustration, or anger. Waking life grievances or strong dislike. Feelings of contempt. Powerful jealousy or envy. Frustrations with your own flaws or faults. Repressed aggression or fearing true confrontation. A complete lack of a sense of humor about a sensitive subject.

Alternatively, hate in a dream may mirror waking life feelings of hatred, frustration, or serious anger. A wish to seek revenge on someone. Having a true enemy.

To dream that someone hates you represents feelings about situations or relationships that never produce happy outcomes when you interact with them. Feeling unlucky in some area of your life or that someone doesn't like you. Feeling that a situation in unwelcoming or unfriendly to your interests. Situations that feel bitter or jealous of you. Experiencing hostility to your presence or views. Fearing hostility or being yelled at. A naive or misinformed view of someone you believe hates you when you haven't even spent time speaking to them. Experiencing hostile ignorance or bigoted behavior.

Example: A woman dreamed of feeling intense hatred for a man. In waking life she was a waitress who was frustrated by her boss forcing her to politely serve dinner to a child molester who had been mentioned in the news.

*Please See Anger.


To dream of jealousy represents feelings of insecurity, possessiveness, envy, resentment, or a sense of inadequacy. Feelings of being threatened, undermined, or left out, or a desire for something that you feel you cannot have. Feelings of unworthiness, inferiority, or insecurity. A desire to be more competitive. Frustration that others are enjoying a situation that you feel you deserve. Feeling that life is unfair or that you are unable to achieve what others have. Jealousy in a dream could reflect your thoughts about the importance of fairness, equality, or deservingness in your waking life. Feelings about losing something or someone important to you, such as a romantic partner, a friendship, or a position in your social circle.

Negatively, dreaming about Jealousy could represent toxic relationships, manipulative behavior, or a fear of losing something or someone valuable. A lack of self-esteem, insecurity, or the inability to trust others. A distorted perception of reality. A belief that you are not good enough as you are. An unhealthy attachment to material possessions. Resentment, or bitterness towards others who are perceived to have an easier or more successful life. Feelings of inferiority or a sense of being left behind. Perhaps you are finding it difficult to be happy for others' successes due to your own perceived failures or shortcomings. Feelings of being undervalued or not recognized for your efforts and contributions. Experiencing conflict or tension with someone due to jealousy.

Example: A man dreamed of being jealous of a friend whom he always viewed as being too lucky to fail. In waking life, he felt afraid that a corrupt business partner would get away with ripping him off and that he might be too powerful to be stopped. In this case, being jealous may have reflected the man's fear of being inadequate to stop being taken advantage of by his business partner.

Example 2: A teenage girl dreamed of her jealousy building up and then jumped off a swing. In waking life, she was jealous of her boyfriend talking to a female friend. She decided to start talking to another guy friend whom she had ignored for a year. In this case, the jealousy may have reflected her feelings of insecurity and sense of inadequacy building up after witnessing her boyfriend being friends with another girl. Getting off the swing may represent her attempt to distract herself from her jealousy and focus on a different relationship.

Example 3: A young man dreamed of seeing a husband telling his wife to get off the phone out of jealousy. In waking life, he was experiencing social anxiety. In this case, the jealousy may have reflected the young man's underlying anxiety about his own social skills and his fear of being rejected or abandoned.


To dream that you are laughing represents ideas or situations that you feel are ridiculous or unrealistic. You feel you can't take a situation or another person seriously anymore. Total confidence something something is stupid or pathetic. Confidence after facing a fear. Feeling that something is too easy. Feeling good that there is nothing to worry about.

Negatively, dreaming of hearing laughing represents situations where you are embarrassed that certain ideas you have a ridiculous or unrealistic. It may also reflect your feeling that others are not taking you seriously or embarrass you for your ideas. Feeling that someone is ridiculing you or making you feel stupid. Feeling mocked or that people are secretly laughing at you. Being made a fool of. A fear of being humiliated. Insensitively enjoying feeling that you are better than other people. Enjoying others misery.

Alternatively, laughing may negatively reflect feelings that someone is arrogantly crossing a line with your tolerance. Someone in your life that you feel is purposely not listening to you or embarrassing you behind your back.

To dream of yourself laughing at something may be a sign that you ar not taking a problem as seriously as you should. Thinking something is too easy when it might not be if you were forced to confront it for real.

Example: A man dreamed of hearing people laugh when he asked them if it was ever possible to be with a girl he liked. In waking life he soon realized that being with the girl he liked was impossible and even ridiculous because she was too old.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of a shark laughing at her. In waking life she felt that co-workers weren't taking her difficulties seriously.

Example 3: A man dreamed of being half eaten by a shark and then laughing about it. In waking life he was humiliated at a party, but then recovered and felt better about it later on.

Example 4: A young man dreamed of all his clothes, except his underwear, falling off in front of his mother who laughed at him. In waking life he felt that he needed to lighten up and be less serious about himself.

Example 5: A young women dreamed of her ex-boyfriends' father laughing at her. In waking life she felt that people were enjoying her misfortunes.

Example 6: A woman dreamed of seeing her sister laugh at her with an evil laugh. In waking life she felt her sister was mocking her religious views and her church when she tried to speak to her about attending church.

Example 7: A girl dreamed of running away from her boyfriend and then giving up and starting to laugh with him. In waking life she had a big fight with her boyfriend which caused them to end the relationship and then later got made up and resumed dating.


To dream of being in love or feeling love represents a situation in your life that feels good all the time. You may be experiencing new found success or financial security.

To dream of being in love with someone you aren't involved with in real life symbolizes your strong attachment and acceptance of a quality in yourself that you see in that person. It may also reflect strong attachment or comfort with a situation that is occurring.

To dream of being in love with someone you are involved with in real life can reflect both your feelings for that person, or your strong attachment and acceptance of a personality trait you have become comfortable with. It may also reflect how good you feel about something that is happening to you.

To dream of being in love with a family member can reflects both your feelings for that person or how much you like something that is happening to you.

To dream of being in love with someone you are infatuated with or "have a crush" on may symbolize a powerful desire for that person. You may not believe you can ever have that person, or possibly fear never having them. This applies to celebrity "crushes" as well.

To be in love with celebrities which you have no attraction to in real life symbolizes your strong attachment or acceptance to some quality in yourself that you see in that celebrity. It may also reflect how much you like something that is happening to you.

To be in love with people you recognize, but have no physical attraction for symbolizes your strong attachment or acceptance to some quality in yourself that you see in that person.

To be in love with a stranger represents a strong attachment or acceptance of new qualities in yourself, or new situations. Something in your life may be encouraging new feelings, or feelings you haven't had in a very long time.

Example: A man dreamed of falling in love. In waking life his struggling business finaly began to make money.


To dream of luck represents feelings and attitudes related to fortune, chance, and unexpected outcomes in your waking life. Your perception of how random or unpredictable events can influence your circumstances. Dreams about luck can have both positive and negative connotations, depending on the context and emotions experienced during the dream.

Positively, dreaming about luck may signify optimism and a belief that good things will happen to you. A sense of serendipity, where you expect favorable opportunities or fortunate events to come your way. Feelings about being open to embracing unexpected positive changes in your life or that you are feeling lucky in your current situation. Feelings about life's circumstances aligning effortlessly in your favor or experiencing fortunate coincidences. An intuitive sense of success, advantageous events, favorable outcomes, or a period where personal aims are easily achieved. Feelings of optimism, being blessed, or having the universe work in your favor.

Negatively, dreaming about luck might suggest a fear of uncertainty and a lack of control over your life. It could symbolize a sense of vulnerability or anxiety about unfavorable events occurring randomly. Reliance on chance rather than action, or it may symbolize an unrealistic expectation for favorable outcomes without effort. Over-reliance on chance or external circumstances to improve your life. Concerns about relying too heavily on luck rather than taking proactive steps to achieve your goals. Feelings of helplessness or reliance on chance rather than taking control of your life. A warning that you are overly dependent on luck and not putting in the necessary effort or planning to achieve your goals. A fear of bad luck or misfortune, suggesting that you worry about things going wrong despite your hopes for positive outcomes. Feelings of not being in control of your destiny or of being left at the mercy of fate.

To dream of good luck represents feelings of good fortune, favorable circumstances, and positive outcomes in your waking life. It signifies a belief in serendipity and the idea that events or situations will work out in your favor. Good luck may also reflect your confidence in your ability to navigate life successfully or your optimism about upcoming opportunities.

Positively, dreaming about good luck may symbolize a sense of empowerment and the belief that you are in the right place at the right time. It could signify a period of prosperity, happiness, or unexpected rewards. This dream might inspire you to take risks, knowing that luck is on your side, or it may boost your overall morale and motivation.

Negatively, dreaming of good luck may represent feelings of unworthiness for the good things happening, fear that good luck will soon end, or worries about experiencing bad luck because things have been going too well. Jealousy of other people's good fortune or happiness.

To dream of bad luck represents feelings of misfortune, failure, or a string of unfavorable outcomes in your waking life. It symbolizes a period where nothing seems to be going your way, or a sense that you are experiencing setbacks, obstacles, or challenges that are beyond your control. This dream could reflect your inner state of frustration, feeling cursed, or believing that external forces are negatively influencing your life trajectory.

Negatively, dreaming about bad luck might represent feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, or victimhood, where you blame external circumstances for your troubles. A lack of accountability, where you attribute your failures or difficulties to luck rather than acknowledging your own role in the situation. There might be a sense of anxiety about the future, fear of taking risks, or a belief that you are undeserving of success or happiness.

Example: A teenage girl dreamed of being at her old high school and walking passed a girl who told her "good luck." In waking like, she had recently moved, started a new school, and was having strong feelings about how difficult life was. She was scared about what might happen next in her life. In this case, the girl passing her in the school hallway who says "good luck" may have reflected the dreamer's desire for positive outcomes and support as she navigated the challenges of her new school and surroundings. It could also reflect her hope that things would ultimately work out for the better, despite her initial fears and doubts.


To dream of nausea represents feelings of discomfort, unease, or revulsion in your waking life. An inner emotional response to a situation or thought that your psyche perceives as revolting, upsetting, or out of alignment with your core values. A strong rejection or repulsion regarding decisions, situations, or behaviors that you find morally, ethically, or viscerally unacceptable. Your internal reaction to something that disturbs your moral compass or makes you feel uncomfortable, compromised, or forced into a corner.

Positively, dreaming about nausea may a heightened sense of intuition or sensitivity that allows you to detect issues or situations that are not in your best interest such as toxic influences or negative relationships.

Negatively, a dream involving nausea may indicate that you are experiencing stress, anxiety, or disgust about something in your waking life. Feelings of emotional discomfort due to a real-life situation or relationship. Regret, fear, or intense anxiety about an action you've taken or are contemplating. A situation that deeply conflicts with your principles, desires, or personal identity, causing a sense of emotional turmoil or crisis. Feelings about struggling with a difficult decision or when you're facing consequences that you hadn't anticipated, leading to a sense of moral queasiness or existential discomfort. Your body's response to stressors, fears, or unpleasant experiences, serving as a reminder to address these issues. A need to purge or rid yourself of negative emotions, thoughts, or situations that are making you feel unwell.

Example: A young woman dreamed of contemplating eating soup and trying to control her nausea. In waking life, she was having issues with suppressing her own emotions about doing things she didn't like in order to please other people. In this case, the nausea may have reflected her feelings of intense discomfort and inner conflict regarding compromising her own happiness or boundaries.

Example 2: A young woman dreamed of experiencing nausea and calling out for her father. In waking life, she was experiencing members of her community reject her, hurt her, and break her down. Only her father accepted her and believed in her. In this case, the nausea may have reflected her profound emotional distress and sense of repulsion over the treatment she received from her community.


To dream of pain represents feelings of discomfort, emotional suffering, or distress in your waking life due to difficulties or loss. Emotional agony, possibly due to an injury, illness, or difficult life circumstances. Unresolved issues, inner turmoil, or the need to address your own limitations and needs. Emotional pain or humiliation. Putting up with something that doesn't feel good. Feeling hurt by relationship problems or rejection. Feelings of being limited or "held back." Feelings about a loss that makes you feel you can't come back from it.

Negatively, dreaming about pain may represent feelings of helplessness, suffering, or being overwhelmed by negative situations in waking life. A fear of facing hurtful truths, a tendency to hold onto suffering, or an inability to let go of what's causing harm. Chronic pain in a dream might represent an ongoing problematic situation, a sense of despair, or a fear of never recovering from a current setback. Difficulty recovering from a relationship breakup or friendship ending.

People commonly experience pain in a dream after a relationship has ended.

To dream of feeling no pain when you should feel pain represents a possible sense of emotional detachment or numbness in your waking life. Suppressing your emotions or avoiding addressing a painful situation. A defense mechanism shielding you from the full brunt of a painful reality. A sign of resilience or desensitization to a difficult situation. Alternatively, it may symbolize resilience, inner strength, and the ability to handle adversity without breaking.

To dream of sharing someone's pain represents deep empathy and emotional connection with a person or situation. Selflessness, compassion, and a supportive nature. You may be highly attuned to the hardships of those around you.

Negatively, dreaming about sharing someone's pain may indicate that you are taking on more emotional burden than you can handle, leading to feelings of being overwhelmed. It might also reflect a difficulty in setting emotional boundaries, thereby allowing others' negative experiences to deeply affect your well-being. Wasting time feeling sorry for people.

Consider what body part you are experiencing pain in for additional symbolism.

Example: A girl dreamed of feeling her friend's pain in her own body. In waking life, she had been listening to her friend talk about her relationship troubles. In this case, the shared pain may have reflected her ability to understand and emotionally resonate with her friend's struggles, even to the point of feeling them as her own.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of feeling pain from acupuncture needles. In waking life, she was having relationship issues regarding saving money for the future. In this case, the pain may have reflected her feelings about enduring discomfort with her relationship and lifestyle due to the necessary financial restrictions she felt were needed to save money for the future.

Example 3: An elderly man dreamed of having pain in his shoulder after Satan grabbed it. In waking life, he was having a hard time doing what he once could. In this case, the shoulder pain may have reflected the emotional burden he carries, perhaps feelings of uselessness or frustration, associated with the aging process and the consequent loss of physical strength or ability. He may have felt emotionally hurt with experiencing himself losing his vitality while feeling it could never come back.

*Please See Aches.


To dream of rage represents feelings of intense anger, fury, or resentment. Unresolved conflict, frustration, anger, or disappointment, or feelings of powerlessness. Your inner turmoil, your reaction to injustice, or your struggle with situations or people that you find unbearable or unfair. You or someone else that is "letting it all out" on someone.

Positively, dreaming about rage might symbolize a potent drive or motivation to change a situation that you find intolerable. It may reflect a conscious choice to confront issues head-on, to stand up for yourself, or to express strong emotions that you have been suppressing. It could also indicate a heightened state of passion, determination, or resilience.

Negatively, dreaming about rage could represent feelings of loss of control, destructive impulses, or fear of your own anger. It might symbolize an inability to handle stress, conflict, or changes. Perhaps you are struggling with a volatile situation or relationship that is causing you emotional distress, or you might be dealing with self-destructive tendencies or anger management issues. It could also represent feelings of resentment, betrayal, or injustice.

Example: A woman dreamed of feeling rage towards a man. In waking life, she was trying to breakup with a man because she felt the relationship was toxic as he's cheated on her. He is trying to marry her while she wants no part of it. In this case, the woman's rage may have reflected her intense feelings of anger, betrayal, and frustration towards the man. Her dream might reveal her internal conflict and emotional turmoil as she tried to end a relationship that she found harmful and unbearable with a man who frustrates her with no accepting the relationship over.

*Please See Anger.


To dream of being sad may represent feelings of disappointment, failure, or loss of something important. Feeling unfulfilled, apathetic, or depressed. Missing people or something in your life a lot. Dreams of sadness common occur around relationship breakups.

Negatively, sadness may reflect your fear of losing something important. Insecurity, low-self-esteem, or not believing that something good in your life with last for long. Difficulty accepting loss or unpleasant changes.

Example: A woman dreamed of looking at her pregnant belly and being really happy and then suddenly being overcome with sadness. In waking life she was pregnant and then had a miscarriage.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being overcome with sadness. In waking life she had just broken up with her boyfriend.

Example 3: A man dreamed of being overcome with sadness. In waking life he was having trouble dealing with his divorce.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of feeling sad watching apartment buildings sinking. In waking life she started a new job helping terminally ill people. In this case the sadness may have mirrored her waking life feelings about watching sick people die.

*Please See Depression.

*Please See Mourning.


To dream of being shy represents feelings of being timid, too reserved, showing a small amount of anxiety about confronting something. Nervousness. Difficulty approaching a situation assertively. Situations where you are inhibited or insecure. Feeling that something inside holds you back when dealing with people or problems. Awareness of yourself disliking yourself being quiet. Anxiety about trying something or opening up to others. A sign that you need to be more assertive or aggressive. Lacking confidence in a situation. Not feeling comfortable wanting to do something yet.


To dream of temptation represents feelings about alluring or enticing desires, actions, or situations that have the potential to lead you astray from your established values, principles, or goals. Inner conflicts, moral dilemmas, or choices that test your willpower, integrity, or self-control.

Positively, dreaming about temptation may represent situations where you are able to resist and overcome negative influences or distractions in your life. Personal growth, self-discipline, and the strength to make virtuous choices even in the face of allurement.

Negatively, temptation in a dream may represent inner struggles with vices, bad habits, or unethical behavior. It can signify feelings of guilt, weakness, or self-indulgence. Such dreams might serve as warnings about potential pitfalls or the consequences of yielding to temptation.

Overall, dreams of temptation encourage you to examine your values and the choices you make in your waking life. They highlight the need to stay true to your principles and exercise self-control when confronted with enticing or alluring circumstances.


To dream of tranquility represents feelings about a state of calmness or complacency that is safely held without anything disturbing it. A period of peace, calm, and contentment in your life. A state of mind where worries, stress, and external conflicts are minimized or absent, allowing for reflection, healing, or simply enjoying the moment.

Positively, dreaming about tranquility may represent a sense of harmony with oneself and the world, emotional balance, or the benefits of stepping away from stressful situations. Feeling content in a situation.

Negatively, dreaming about tranquility may represent feelings about dishonest attempts to dupe, "put to sleep", or lull other people into a state of calm or complacency. A desire to escape from stress, conflict, or overwhelming emotions. Choosing temporary relief from problems instead of addressing them head-on, indicating a need for more sustainable coping mechanisms.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing a turkey hit with tranquilizer darts. In waking life, she had fears about the American public being duped by the CIA. In this case, the tranquilizer aspect of the darts may have reflected the dreamer's fear that the American public is being "duped", "put to sleep" or lulled into a state of calm or complacency by forces beyond their control, such as government agencies like the CIA.

*Please See Calm.


To dream of yearning represents deep desires, unfulfilled wishes, or intense longing for something that is currently out of reach. A sense of incompleteness or a yearning for emotional, material, or spiritual fulfillment. Internal desires for connection, achievement, or understanding in certain aspects of your life. It might also reflect a deep emotional void or an unmet need. Your innermost aspirations or a craving for a specific experience or achievement.

Positively, dreaming of yearning may represent ambition, determination, and a strong drive to pursue your goals and dreams. It may indicate that you are motivated to make positive changes in your life or that you are committed to achieving your heart's desires. Hope, motivation, or a driving force that propels you forward despite challenges.

Negatively, yearning in a dream can reveal feelings of frustration, disappointment, or a sense of unfulfillment in waking life. Struggling with unmet expectations or that you feel stuck in a situation that prevents you from attaining what you desire. An unhealthy attachment to something or someone that's leading to emotional turmoil. Feelings of despair, loss, or unattainability. Frustrations over missed opportunities, lost love, or unachieved aspirations. Something vital might be missing or out of reach.

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