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Evan Dream Meanings

What does Evan mean in dream?

Evan | Dream Meanings


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One of grace and nobility

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Brave, noble defender

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(Annihilation; Disappearing; Non-existence) To vanish or be nonexistent in a dream means depression, nullifying all banknotes during a war, cancelling all interests and credits, a bad harvest, a plague, or it could mean a disaster.

To be non-existent for the people of the path in a dream signifies an everlasting existence. (Also see Disappearing)


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Joyful messenger of good news

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Symbolic of a wise person, Prov. 11:30

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Messenger of spiritual “good news”

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To see an evangelist in your dream represents a harsh personal lesson that you need to learn. You may be harboring feelings of guilt and self-punishment. You need to quit being so hard on yourself.

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In his book Landscapes of the Night, Dr Evans puts forward a new theory of dreaming. He states that our brain has programs’ for dealing with survival. We have basic behaviour programs for walking and talking, rather like a computer might have. We also have programs for social interaction and skills. In the different roles such as lover, par­ent, breadwinner, employer, we need different skills. But also, to deal with our own process of change, our internal urges, anger, drive to succeed, we need skill to handle them well.

A person who doesn’t handle anxiety or stress can easily fail in work or in relationships. Many people do not enter a relation­ship because of the problems it poses. Dr Evans suggests that dreams are the means by which we both practise and update our programs of survival. Our experience of the day may ques­tion or enhance our behaviour stratagems for success at work or in relationships. Without the reprogramming occurring in dreams we would be stuck at one level of behavioural matu­rity. ‘As we gain in experience, as our input gets richer and more diverse, we modify our programs rather than replace them with a completely fresh set/


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