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DREAM DICTIONARY - Heart :

To understand a dream symbol you need to think deeply about it. Think of the various situations that are associated with the symbol and the variety of emotions that we link to it. In fact think of any link to the dream symbol and you will start to see the connections that the mind is thinking. of. Hearts are actually very prominent symbols in our culture. They stand for affairs of the heart and also a caring nature. A heart which is pounding may suggest a fast moving and anxious situation. We also use the phrase "at the heart of the matter". So consider any issues in reality that touch on such themes. One dream in our study featured a heart beating very fast and the day before the dreamer had been very stressed out. So this was a symbol for such stress.

QUESTIONS to help you make associations(pick the one that makes most sense to you)
- Have you been thinking about some love affair you have had or wish to have?
- Have you been trying to get to the heart of some matter?
- Have you been trying to understand what the most important thing is concerning something?
- Whose caring nature have you been thinking about(especially yesterday)?
- What was really stressing you out yesterday?

KEY WORDS : love,stressful, essence, caring, important(write down some quotes that capture your key feelings on issues that have been dominating your mind. Then see if any of these words could appear in those quotes)

KEY PHRASES(Pick a quote which captures your feelings right now. Think especially of the day before the dream) :
- "I thought that he really loved me"
- "I am convinced that we will get back together"
- "I think I have a caring nature"
- "Its very stressful"
- "The most important thing is that..."
- "That's its true meaning"
- "What I really want to know is..."

EXAMPLE DREAMS

Example dream : Scorpion positioned over the dreamers heart was a symbol of the dreamers feelings of betrayal by her ex boyfriend.
Example dream : Stabbing Jesus in the heart in a dream linked to the dreamers problems with organised religion. The heart symbolised her belief that there was something fundamentally wrong with organised religion. (the problems went to the very 'heart' of the religion)
Example dream : A 'ray of hearts'dreamlinked to the dreamer breaking up with her boyfriend but believing that he was her true love.
Example dream : A dream where 'I thought he was going to say I will always be in his heart' was linked to the dreamer thinking about her ex. Part of her believed that he might make an attempt to get back together but it had now been a long time. The 'always in his heart' was symbolic of her thinking that they were meant for each other.
Example dream : A heart pounding was linked to the dreamer anxiety about her mother. She had heard rumours that she was going to leave for Japan without saying anything to the dreamer. The heart pounding was symbolic of this anxious situation.
Example dream : A heart pounding dream was linked to the dreamer gaining a promotion. Unfortunately everyone was saying that he got this because of his connections. The punding heart was symbolic of his anxiety regarding this situation.
Example dream : A dream where there is this heart thing on me but it stinks was linked to the dreamer trying to appear sympathetic and caring. However, deep down he was cold and unemotional. The stinking heart was symbolic of him trying to be sympathetic but coming across as cold hearted.


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This website has a huge collection of dreams. The accuracy of the dream symbolism depends on a huge huge number of practical examples. If you have a dream which you feel you understand then please send it to me at hairybobby@hotmail.com and I would be delighted to add it to the collection.

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