I had two dreams last night.
In the first one I was stealing things from a store; jewelry, antiques, etc...
In the second one I overdosed on ecstasy, I took about 7-8 pills. They were powdered inside of these highly digestible thin clear pills that you can put whatever in.
I didn't mean to overdose, I took them so that I wouldn't get caught with them or something... Right after I wondered if I was going to be okay, The woods I was looking at lit up in a bright flash of neon, it reminded me of the woods in avatar. But as soon as it lit up it was gone.
To dream of stealing, or of seeing others commit this act, foretells bad luck and loss of character.
To be accused of stealing, denotes that you will be misunderstood in some affair, and suffer therefrom, but you will eventually find that this will bring you favor.
To accuse others, denotes that you will treat some person with hasty inconsideration.
Dreaming that you are stealing indicates that you are deprived and where the stealing takes place (at home, the office, at school....) is indicative of your neediness. Alternatively, it may signify unrealized and unfulfilled goals. You may have set your goals too high.
People steal for two reasons, if they are poor and feel like they have no other alternative or if they are greedy and do not want to put the time and the effort into earning what they need. Stealing alludes to moral questions in the dreamer's psyche. Consider all of the details of your dream and try to understand why the stealing is taking place. Are people taking from you without your permission, or are you trying to reap the benefits of that which you did not earn? The message from the unconscious may be that of self-evaluation, neediness, and morality. The understanding of this dream may bring you closer to understanding your deeper needs which will ultimately lead to greater happiness.
To dream of feeling ecstasy, indicates that you will experience much happiness and joy, especially amongst family and friends.
To dream of feeling ecstasy, denotes you will enjoy a visit from a long-absent friend. If you experience ecstasy in disturbing dreams you will be subjected to sorrow and disappointment.
Dreaming of feeling ecstasy means happiness an much joy with friends and family. Dreaming of feeling ecstasy in the wake a disturbing dream means much sorrow and disappointments. You may be on the mend from a broken heart.
To dream of woods, brings a natural change in your affairs.
If the woods appear green, the change will be lucky.
If stripped of verdure, it will prove calamitous.
To see woods on fire, denotes that your plans will reach satisfactory maturity. Prosperity will beam with favor upon you.
To dream that you deal in firewood, denotes that you will win fortune by determined struggle.
To see the woods in your dream, represent life, fertility, rejuvenation, and spring. Alternatively, the woods symbolize the unknown and the unconscious. You need to open yourself up to discovering your potential and your instinctual nature.
To dream that you are walking through the woods, signify your return to an aspect of yourself that is innocent and spiritual. If you are walking out of the woods, then the dream may be a literal depiction of being "out of the woods" or being in the clear of some situation.
To dream that you are lost in the woods, indicates that you are starting a new phase in your life. You are expressing some anxiety about leaving behind what is familiar to you.
To dream that the woods are dry or dying, suggests that there is a situation in your life that has not yet been resolved. You are overwhelmed with a problem or issue.
Seeing the woods in your dream, represents life, fertility, rejuvenation, and spring. Alternatively, it symbolizes the unknown and unconscious. You need to be more open-minded to discovering your potential and instinctual nature. Dreaming that you are walking through the woods means your return to an aspect of yourself that is innocent and spiritual. Seeing dried up, dying woods in your dream, suggests that there is a situation in your life that has not yet been resolved. You may also be overwhelmed with a problem or issue.
To dream that you or someone overdoses, suggests that you do not know your limits. You may be pushing yourself too hard. Alternatively, the dream means that you are on a self-destructive path. You need to make some significant changes to your life.
To see or take a pill in your dream, signifies a restoration of your inner harmony. You are experiencing a period of healing and an end to the negative ideas in your mind. Alternatively, the dream may be a metaphor for something or someone who is hard to follow.
To dream that you take pills, denotes that you will have responsibilities to look after, but they will bring you no little comfort and enjoyment.
To give them to others, signifies that you will be criticised for your disagreeableness.
Seeing a pill in your dream means a restoration of your inner harmony. It is a period of healing and an end to those negative ideas in your mind.
To see jewelry in your dream, signifies status and your own sense of self worth and personal value. It is also symbolic of knowledge, identity, or whatever qualities you hold precious in your life. Jewelry highlights the importance of spiritual and psychological riches. If you dream of a specific piece of jewelry that you own, then it symbolizes aspects of a waking relationship.
To dream that you receive jewelry as a gift, indicates that you need to acknowledge and incorporate those corresponding qualities within your own self. Consider the type of jewelry and what it is made of.
To see broken jewelry in your dream, signifies disappointments in achieving your goals and attaining your highest desires.
To dream that you are wearing too much jewelry, means that you are trying to hard to impress others.
To dream of broken jewelry, denotes keen disappointment in attaining one's highest desires.
If the jewelry be cankered, trusted friends will fail you, and business cares will be on you.
Seeing jewelry in your dream means your own sense of self worth and personal value. It is also symbolic of knowledge, identity, or whatever qualities you hold precious in your life. They highlight the importance of spirituality and psychological riches. A particular piece of jewelry that you own, may symbolize aspects of a waking relationship. Dreaming that you receive jewelries as gifts indicates that you need to acknowledge and incorporate those corresponding qualities within your own self. Seeing broken jewelry in your dream means disappointment in achieving your goals and attaining your highest desires.
Jewellery is usually a representation of materialistic values. Gender differences imply that for a man this dream symbolises material wealth and for a woman, love. Careful analysis requires answering the following questions: What type of jewellery it is? Is it genuine or costume? How did you react to it and in which way was it important in the dream?
(From the Sanskrit avatāraḥ, descent [of a deity from heaven], avatar : ava, down + tarati, he crosses). 1). The incarnation of a Hindu deity, especially Vishnu, in human or animal form. 2). An embodiment, as of a quality or concept; an archetype: the very avatar of cunning. 3). A temporary manifestation or aspect of a continuing entity: occultism in its present avatar. 4). incarnations of Hindu gods, especially Vishnu. The doctrine of avatara first occurs in the Bhagavad-Gita, where Krishna declares: "For the preservation of the righteous, the destruction of the wicked, and the establishment of dharma [virtue], I come into being from age to age." Vishnu is believed to have taken nine avatara, in both animal and human form, with a tenth yet to come. The avatara of Shiva are imitations of those of Vishnu.The idea of the avatar or avatāra is central to Hindu mythology especially to the concept of the god "Vishnu". An avatar is the earthly form assumed by a deity. Avatar is also a term used in Hindu religion to indicate the incarnation of a deity. Avatara is one of the Hindu gods who has taken on animal or human form in different ages for the welfare of the world. In Hindu mythology, the god Brahma (originally known as the creator Prajapati) became successively incarnated as a boar, a tortoise, and a fish, to assist the development of the world in prehistory. Certain Hindu scriptures ascribe these incarnations to the god Vishnu (the preserver), but since the manifestation of divine power takes many different forms in Hindu mythology, the distinction is academic. Various scriptures ascribe to Vishnu ten major incarnations: (1) Matsya (the fish), associated with legends of a great deluge in which Manu, progenitor of the human race, was saved from destruction; (2) Kurma (the tortoise), whose back supported great mountains while the gods and demons churned the ocean to retrieve divine objects and entities lost in the deluge; (3) Vahura (the boar), who raised up the earth from the seas; (4) Nara-sinha (the man-lion), who delivered the world from the tyranny of a demon; (5) Vamana (the dwarf), who recovered areas of the universe from demons; (6) Parasu-rama (Rama with the axe), who delivered Brahmins from dominion by the warrior caste during the second age of the world; (7) Rama, hero of the religious epic Ramayana, who opposed the demon Ravana; (8) Krishna popular incarnation chronicled in the religious epic Mahabharata (especially in theBhagavad-Gita section) and Srimad Bhagavatam; (9) Buddha, the great religious teacher; and (10) Kalki, an incarnation yet to come, who is prophesied to appear on a white horse with a sword blazing like a comet, to destroy the wicked, stabilize creation and restore purity to the world. In other religious works, as many as 22 incarnations are listed, including various great saints and sages. According to Hindu belief, a perfected human soul has no further karma (action and reaction) and is absorbed into divinity at death, but may elect to be incarnated for the good of the world. The deity Shri Krishna, in the Bhagavad-Gita (4:7-8) specifically promises: "Arjuna, whenever there is decline of dharma (righteous duty), and unrighteousness is dominant, then I am reborn. For the protection of the virtuous, the destruction of evil-doers, and to reestablish righteousness, I am reborn from age to age." Belief in repeated divine reincarnations of the deities for the good of the world, as distinct from one unique Messianic event, is one of the major theological differences between Hinduism and Western religions such as Judaism and Christianity.
To dream that something or someone is thin, represents a lacking strength and integrity. You feel that you are unable to hold your own or stand up for yourself. Alternatively, the dream indicates flexibility and agility. You are able to adapt to any situation.
To dream that something is bright, represents divinity, a higher consciousness, and spirituality. You need to show your honor toward an important an person or situation. The dream may also be a metaphor for intellect and someone who is smart. If your dream is particularly bright and vivid, then it could indicate a prophetic or epic dream.
If the brightness is blinding, then it suggests that you are not paying attention to some new insights.
Dreaming that something is bright, represents divinity, a higher consciousness, and spirituality. You need to honor an admirable person or situation. The dream may also be a metaphor for intellect and someone who is smart. If the brightness is blinding, then it suggests that you are not paying attention to some new insights.