DREAM DICTIONARY - Volcano :A volcano in a dream could be a very obvious metaphor. We say that someone is "ready to erupt" or "they blew their top yesterday". A volcano could easily be a symbol for a loss of temper. Think of any feeling that could involve that theme of "a loss of temper." Your dream could link to any specific thought connected to that theme such as "He has a tendency to blow his top. He must learn to control his temper" or "I sensed he was ready to blow his top".
KEY WORDS : temper, chaos, destruction, loud noise
KEY PHRASES(Pick a quote which captures your feelings right now. Think especially of the day before the dream) :
- "he blew his top"
- "He has such a temper"
- "A major upheaval"
- "A crisis that has to be overcome"
- "They created such a noise"
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : A volcano in a dream linked to the dreamers sensing that her husband was about to lose his temper. He had reacted very strongly and the volcano symbolised her belief that he may get angry if pushed. So the dreams meaning involved this theme of "he might blow his top" within the context of the following wider feeling "I was going to talk to my husband about some issues but he didn't seem to want to talk so I made a stategic retreat and went to bed to alarm him to calm down. I was worried that he might blow his top."
Example dream : A volcano dream linked to the dreamer thinking about his father and his new girlfriend. Suddenly everything could change.
Example dream : A volcano dream linked to the dreamer not knowing how to read someone. She seemed committed to him yet it might be due to her trying to impress her alcohol recovery mentor. Maybe she was just faking it and suddenly everything would descend into chaos.
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