To dream that have trouble swallowing, indicates that you are holding back your feelings or words. You may feel unable to express your anger, or to say what you really think. Alternatively, your dream may be telling you that you need to swallow your pride.
Ifone sees the walls of his house collapsing as a result of a flood in a dream, it means the death of his wife. Ifone sees his house caving in on him and causing a big cloud of dust in a dream, it means that he maybe afflicted with measles.
A collapsed ceiling in a dream means devastation.
If one sees a destroyed house standing erect anew in a dream, it means spiritual awakening of its owner.
If one is awaiting the return of a member of his family, or if he is awaiting a guest to arrive, and if a part of his house caves in, it means the near arrival of such a traveller. Ifa daughter or a sister or another woman live in that house, it means that the guest will seek her hand for marriage.
If a hurricane destroys his entire house in a dream, it means that death will take locality in that place at the hands of a tyrant. Ifone sees himself demolishing an old house or edifice in a dream, it means evil.
If a woman sees her walls caving in on her in a dream, it means the death of her husband. (Also see Destruction)
Dreams of an internet firewall represent boundaries to protect people and information that is valuable to you. You are feeling on the defensive, afraid of being harmed or corrupted by a negative influence or virus.
A ring of fire in sacred ceremony creates a safe space that deflects and dissolves any unwelcome energy.
A frequent dream symbol when feeling cut off from others or objects; lack of contact. Something is seen as being unattainable. Re-examine your goals or ask if you have the necessary energies. In some instances, opposite image to Mirror.
Symbol: A stone wall is a symbol of protection and safety.
Vision: Looking at a stone wall: something is holding you back or obstacles are put in your way (pay attention to the rest of the dream symbols). Climbing over a stone wall: you will find a solution to a confusing situation. Jumping off a stone wall: you are involved in a risky project. Standing on top of a tall stone wall: you have set important and worthwhile goals and you will succeed. See Mountain, Rock.
(zool. Starling) A swallow in a dream represents money, a blessed man, a blessed woman, or an intelligent and a learned boy. Catching a swallow in a dream means seizing what is unlawful for one to take.
A house filled with swallows in the dream represents lawful earnings.
A swallow in a dream is also interpreted to represent a man of good character, and who is pious and amicable. Helping a swallow in a dream means that one may assist a kind person in his life. Catching a swallow in a dream also means being unjust toward one’s wife. Eating a swallow in a dream represents a fight. Ifone sees swallows flying away from his house in a dream, it means that his wife or a relative will abandon him, or separate from him and travel away from that town. In general, swallows and starlings in a dream represent people who are financially comfortable, or they could represent death, grief, or good deeds, movement, chanting, benevolence, or weddings. Seeing a swallow in a dream also may mean marriage to a trustworthy woman, or it could represent a good household manager.
If one is transformed into a swallow in a dream, it means that thieves will rob his house. Seeing a dead swallow in a dream is a warning to revert one’s actions and to engage in doing good.
Domestic bliss and Spring, announcing the end of winter. Great speed and mobility. According to Physiologus, the most widely read book of the Middle Ages, the swallow reproduces only once and possesses great knowledge about herbs.
Symbol: In antiquity the swallow was a symbol of light, and in the Middle Ages, a symbol of resurrection.
Vision: Seeing a swallow means that prospects are good for your love relationship and sometimes also for your professional life. Hearing the sound of swallows: you will finally receive a letter you have longed for for a long time. Looking at a swallow’s nest: you will either establish your own litde family or create additional space in your home. Seeing a swallow’s nest with eggs inside: for younger people it means a child is on its way, and for older people, grandchildren. Destroying a nest: destroying your happiness. See Stork.
Depth Psychology: Both symbols are a clear sign of your longing to have a family, love, security, and a happy home.
If you are already married, make sure you discuss this dream with your spouse.
1- Swallowing in a dream suggests we are taking something in. This could be knowledge or information. Dreaming of swallowing one’s pride signifies the necessity for humility, whilst something being hard to swallow shows that we have a need to overcome an obstacle.
2- When we arc holding back on emotion, we physically need to swallow. Swallowing therefore becomes an act of suppression which can be harmful.
3- The dreamer may be taking in more spirituality than he can comfortably process. It would be advisable to slow down and ‘digest’ his spiritual teachings more methodically.
To dream that you swallow something, or that you have trouble swallowing, indicates that you are holding back your feelings or words. You may feel unable to express your anger, or to say what you really think. Alternatively, your dream may be telling you that you need to swallow your pride.
A wall in a dream represents knowledge, guidance, cognizance, knowing secrets, judgment, or separation between friend. Standing by a wall or sitting on it, and depending on its conditions in a dream represents one’s own state.
A wall in a dream also represents a strong, wealthy, powerful and religious person.
If the wall needed urgent repairs, and if a group of people come to rescue it in the dream, it represents a man of knowledge, or the Imam ofa mosque who has lost his control or respect, then some friends will come to his rescue and to help him restore his rank.
If a successful businessman sees the walls of his house collapsing in a dream, it means that he will recuperate a lost treasure.
If one sees a wall caving over his head, or falling over other people in a dream, it means that he has committed many sins and unless his repents, his punishment will be swift.
The caving-in of a wall toward the inside of a house in a dream means an illness, but if it falls toward the outside in the dream, it means death. Seeing a crack in the wall in a dream means that someone in the family will brace against him. Grabbing to a wall in a dream means the nearing of one’s death, pending how firmly one is grabbing to it in the dream. Grabbing to a wall in a dream is also interpreted as holding firmly to one’s interest in a strong person. Ifone builds a wall then tears it down in a dream, it means that he will attempt at destroying someone’s livelihood, or perhaps kill him. Ifone sees and recognizes a wall in his dream, it represents a close friend who may die from depression.
A wall in a dream is also interpreted as a mighty person who cannot be managed except through kindness. Jumping over a wall in a dream means reverting from being a believer to a disbeliever, or accepting and following the advice of a disbeliever. Seeing one’s picture reflected in a wall in a dream means one’s death, and that his name will be itched on his gravestone.
If a traveller sees himselfreturning to his house, whereby its walls are renewed, it means that he will get married. Seeping water from a crack in a wall in one’s dream means adversities and stress. (Also see Walls of the city)
Walls are traditionally considered to be obstacles or sources of isolation or confinement. Climbing the wall suggests that you are fighting to break out of the isolation, and will be able to overcome your difficulties and/or challenges, especially if you climb to the top of the wall.
Codes of behaviour, belief systems, attitudes—often unconscious—you live within, or are protected by; the boundaries of behaviour or thought you keep within, are fearful of extending beyond, or are trapped by, thereby what one feels to be barriers or restrictions, one’s feelings of confidence which protect against anxiety or social knocks’; the feelings or attitudes you keep people away with—the walls we put up between us to maintain privacy, stop being hun, or to maintain a role or status. Also a special feeling which you have created, such as developing a sense of one’s own value.
Example: I realised T had been in Bill’s room and not respected his need for privacy, so Bill had tom down the wall as a protest and made the room, which now appeared about four times its usual size, into a public sitting room’ (Cyril A). Sometimes what the wall depicts is obvious, as in the example, where it is shown as the way Cyril maintains his separation from others and thus is a private individual.
The fall of the wall shows how exposed’ one might be.
The description of private areas of our life in a newspaper might be an example of just such a wall coming down. Idioms: drive up the wall; go to the wall; writing on the wall; back to the wall; knock one’s head against a wall. See wall, fence.
Our defensive attitudes; feelings of security; social barriers; boundaries created by anxiety or view of life—a nationalistic attitude might act as a barrier to seeing other viewpoints on history. Our dependence upon our physical senses gives a boundary to our awareness, and a wall may symbolise such a frontier of our awareness.
Example: ‘I went to the top of the turret and saw all the men getting ready to defend the castle if attacked. They had arrows and a lot of men were standing on little ledges on the outside of the wall, with no protection and I knew they were very brave to face an attack as sooner or later they would have been hit’ (Anna R). Here the wall is obviously to do with defending the dreamer against attack. Such a wall might be made out of our aggressive feelings, with religious dogma which might defend us against fears and uncertainty, or from tightly controlled behaviour and emotions.
Walls of favourite house: might be our feelings of security in our marriage or family which give us defence against the ‘storms’ of life. Wall of prison, trap: fear, pain; ignorance, prejudice; anger, sense of being an outsider. Idioms: drive somebody up the wall, go to the wall; writing on the wall; back to the wall; head against a brick wall; fly on the wall. See wall under house; fence.
1- In dreams, walls usuallv indicate the boundaries we have set ourselves. These may be created as defence mechanisms or support structures, and it is sometimes helpful in the interpretation to dccide whether the walls have been created in order to keep ourselves in, or other people out.
2- A wall also has the symbolism of a dividing line - a marker between the inner and the outer, privacy and open trust.
A hole in a wall suggests a breach of trust or privacy.
If the wall is imprisoning us we are being held prisoner by our own fears, doubts and difficulties If the wall appears and disappears, we have only partly dealt with our problem.
3- A wall svmbolises the bound- aries of a sacred space.
The dreamer needs to be aware of what his limits are.
Vision: Standing in front of a wall: insurmountable obstacles are in your way—rum back!. See Barrier, Rock.
Depth Psychology: A wall provides safety (protection) or is an obstacle (obstruction). Are you beating your head against a wall? If so, you are trying to solve your problems the wrong way—find a more effective way! The rest of the dream is important if you want to gain deeper insight.
Dreaming about a wall represents strength, reliability, support, and the people and beliefs that uphold your life. This dream could be showing you that you have built walls as barriers to keep love and intimacy at bay, or, alternatively, that you need to set healthy boundaries with people that demand too much of you. Also, this dream may be reflecting that you feel that your back is against a wall. Consider the feeling tone of this dream to discern its message for you.
Material aspects: In dreams, walls usually indicate the limits we have set ourselves. These may be created as defence mechanisms or support structures, and it is sometimes helpful in the interpretation to decide whether the walls have been created in order to keep ourselves in, or other people out.
If you dream that you are enclosed by walls or cannot climb up, it means frustration or inability to attain an ambition. Breaking through a wall, success in spite of obstacles. Jumping over the wall, tremendous effort that reaches the goal.
Dreams about walls symbolize obstacles and boundaries. Here are some meanings of common wall dreams: If a wall stands in your way in a dream, there is a barrier obstructing your progress in real life.
To dream that you jump over or break through a wall means you will overcome some tough obstacles and succeed.
To dream that you are building a wall, signifies a bad relationship or protecting yourself from a trauma already experienced.
To dream about a hole in a wall indicates that you are breaking through obstacles and overcoming your limitations.
If you continue on your present course with confidence, you will succeed in rising above your problems.
If you dream of hiding (or being trapped) inside a wall, you are trying to avoid facing a difficult situation in real life, but you know that you will eventually have to deal with it.
If you dream of sitting on top of a wall, you are having a hard time making an important decision. Be confident though - this dream also predicts you’ll make a smart choice.
To dream about glass walls means your current problems are not as difficult as you might think.
If you are direct and forthright, you will come out on top. However, don’t play games with people, as this dream also warns that overconfidence could be your downfall. It will take direct action to bring success.
If your dream featured walking along the top of a wall, your future is bright indeed.
To dream of wooden walls suggests that you are feeling emotionless inside, or stuck in old habits and ways of thinking. You may be behaving automatically and just going along with the flow. Or you may be acting out without fully thinking things through.
To dream of walking through walls is very positive. You are far stronger than any obstacles in your way, and your personal qualities and abilties will take you far, as long as you trust your instincts and move forward with confidence.
(Lizard) A wall gecko in a dream represents an evil person who is proud of himself, who encourages mischief, and dampens people’s spirit to do good.
A gecko in a dream also represents a backbiter and a slanderer. Getting hold of a gecko in a dream means encountering such a person. Eating a gecko in a dream means backbitingpeople.lfagecko takes a bite from someone’s flesh in a dream, it means that someone will speak ill of him in public.
A gecko in a dream also represents an avowed enemy who incessantly belittles his opponent and who drives from one place to another. (Also see Lizard)
Dreams of Wall Mart signify that you are being frugal with your resources, time, energy and money. Consider what you are buying because it reflects the beliefs and mythology you are buying into. Also, because Wall Mart is a big co0rporation that is known for taking advantage of their employees, you might be processing your feelings and associations about how you will handle the responsibility of your power. See Costco and Shopping.
Dreams of Wall Street represents your financial attitudes, issues, fears and desires. You are gambling with the fluctuation and allocation of your money, energy and resources, and perhaps you are realizing the effect that your actions have on the web of humanity. Also, Wall Street can be wordplay for feeling that your life path is pre-paved or that you are walled in to a particular way of life.
(Money bag; Money belt; Money pouch; Purse) A wallet in a dream means getting married or begetting a son.
A wallet in a dream also represents money placed in a wallet, or it could represent a key.
If one’s wallet falls in a sea or in a river, it means loss of one’s capital at the hand of people in authority. Ifit falls into a fire, it means losing one’s money to a greedy, envious and an unjust person. It is also said that one’s wallet in a dream could represent his body.
If one’s wallet is taken away from him in a dream, it means his death. Carrying a money belt in a dream means having knowledge one has earned in the first half of his life.
If it contains some change only in the dream, it means that one has to pursue the path of knowledge and further his studies.
1- In dreams, the wallet is a representation of where we keep our resources safe. These need not simply be financial resources, but can be of any kind. Manv dreams can suggest our attitude to money, and to dream of a wallet is one of those dreams.
2- Interestingly, because the wallet can also suggest the feminine aspects of care and containment, the wallet can highlight our attitude to intuition and awareness.
3- The old idea of having your ‘life’ in your wallet symbolises not only- life, but also health.
Symbol: The wallet is a symbol of Greed. Vision: Being given a wallet as a gift promises a pleasant surprise. Looking at an empty wallet: expect financial losses. Finding an empty wallet: disappointed hopes. Suddenly finding a wallet full of money: gd luck or even a win.
A wallet full of money is also a symbol of powerful sexuality. Men dreaming about losing their wallet face problems with impotence. In women’s dreams, it means don’t speculate in the near future.
Depth Psychology: The wallet is a symbol of worries about property and the desire for financial security. Maybe the dream is a warning not to let material considerations run your life.
The wallet is always a warning to be careful of losses to come. While the waller is a sign of influence, power (and potency), hut the dream is warning you not to squander its contents.
Psychological / emotional perspective: The wallet, through its development from a money bag, can also suggest the feminine aspects of care, prudence and containment. It can highlight our attitude to intuition and awareness.
Material aspects: In dreams, the wallet is a representation of where we keep our resources safe. These need not simply be financial resources, but can be of any kind. Many dreams can suggest our attitude to money, and to dream of a wallet is one of those dreams.
Dreams of being a wallflower reflect your feelings of invisibility a lack of importance. Your dream is giving you the message that you must recognize yourself, your talents and beauty, before anyone else will. Also, this dream may be telling you to take notice of the things in life that you typically overlook. See Transparent.
To dream that you or someone else is hanging up wallpaper, suggests that you are putting up a barrier between yourself and others. It also suggest that you are covering something up - a secret of sorts. Alternatively, it may mean something that needs beautifying.
To dream that you are peeling or stripping off wallpaper, symbolizes that you are beginning to let your guard down or allow yourself to connect more readily with others. It also indicates that you are revealing aspects of yourself that have been kept well hidden.
The color and pattern of the wallpaper in your dream will offer clues as what kind of barrier, secret, or feeling is being represented by the wallpaper.
Walls as dream images are generally considered obstacles and sources of isolation or confinement. Some people are emotionally guarded and feel unable to express themselves freely.
If you are such a person, this dream symbol might be pointing to the walls that you have built around yourself. Additionally, if you are experiencing challenges and seemingly impenetrable difficulties in daily life, the wall in your dream may be a reflection of those factors. Consider your current situation and attempt to identify the source of the walls in your dream. Climbing the wall suggests that you are becoming prepared or are able to overcome difficulties and/or challenges.
Walls are the divisions between rooms and reflect separation from others or the boundaries and barriers we erect to protect us from intimacy. Demolishing a wall in a dream may. therefore, indicate your readiness for a more intimate relationship or more openness.
Walls signify a block to progress, a difficulty we have or will come up against. Often the nature of the wall will give some clue as to what the block is.
For instance, a wall which looks old will signify an old problem, whereas a glass wall would indicate some difficulties with perception. Walls closing in could describe the remembered feelings of birth, but is more likely to represent a feeling of being trapped by the lifestyle we have.
A brick wall, rampart or dividing wall all signify the difference between two states of reality – often the inner psychological state and the exterior, everyday world. Windows – windows describe the means by which we appreciate the world we live in, the way we perceive reality. Dreaming that we are looking outwards through a window can suggest that we have a more extrovert view of ourselves and will tend to look at external circumstances. Looking inwards through a window indicates we are looking inwards at our own personality, and perhaps at our own motivation.
The interpretation for opening a window depends on whether we are opening the window from the inside or the outside.
If the former, we are dealing with our inner feelings which we may need to escape; the latter shows our attitude to outside opinion. Breaking through a window (or glass door) can suggest the first sexual experience, or the shattering of illusions. Because of the connection with religious buildings, stained glass can be accepted as picturing religious belief and ideals.
In a dream, the walls of a city represent strong men, a strong ruler, or a treasurer who is concerned about guarding the interests of his people.
The walls of a city in a dream also represent the most pious and devout worshiper in that city, its most renowned men of knowledge, its supremejustice, or its just ruler. Seeing the walls of a city in a dream also meansjoy, festivities and celebrations. (Also see Balcony; Castle; Citadel; Wall)