Dream Interpretation Eject | What does the Eject symbol mean? | Seeing Eject in Dream

Eject Dream Meanings

What does Eject mean in dream?

Eject | Dream Meanings


eject
Literal; see “rejected”

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(See Depression)

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1. Fear of rejection.

2. Feelings of alienation, social awkwardness, low self-esteem.

3. Extreme fear of rejection (to “dump” someone).


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To be ejected means to be thrown out and in a spiritual sense suggests being punished for a misdemeanour.

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Psychological / emotional perspective: To eject an object in dreams is to signify getting rid of a feeling or emotion – whatever is symbolized by the object – in a forcible fashion.

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Material aspects: From a purely pragmatic viewpoint, any ejection signifies complete out­of-hand rejection of a principle or idea.

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Gives gender - specific: The act of ejection implies the use of force. In a woman’s dream such an image may imply that she must become more forceful. In a man’s dream it may mean that he needs to be more focussed.

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In a dream, rejecting something means ingratitude or disbelief.

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Revealed to avert the situation or be prepared to accept, which assures favor and success; see “last”

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1. Low self-worth, self-rejection.

2. Refusal to accept a certain situation or aspect of another person.


New American Dream Dictionary by
To dream of being rejected, represents a lack of self-worth. You need to gain confidence in order to gain the acceptance you want from others.

To dream of rejecting someone, means there are feelings or situations you want to be rid of.


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Longing for closeness; or distance. Feeling of social isolation, of being closed off or refusing to face up to something, or refusing to take action. Often, however, the opposite meaning—being accepted, though fearing rejection.

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