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Hearth Dream Meanings

What does Hearth mean in dream?

Hearth | Dream Meanings


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New American Dream Dictionary

1. The center of domestic life.

2. A good omen in most things.

3. Prosperity and a happy home life.

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Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

1- To dream of a hearth or fireplace Is to recognise the need for securitv. This may be of two different types. One is knowing that the home, our place of existence, is secure.

The other is recognising the security of the inner self, the interior feminine which gives warmth and stability.

2- We may be, or need to be, linking with our passionate wilder nature the seat of our passions

3- The Anima, and that part of ourselves which guards the feminine spirit, can be symbolised bv the hearth.

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The Language of Dreams

(see Baking, Cauldron, Fire, Foods by type, Forge)

Focus on, or the condition of, home and familv. Traditionally the hearth was the heart of a bouse in Europe, where all important family activities took place. How does the hearth appear? An evenly burning hearth with good coals indicates consistent love and tending. One that is artificial or bricked up reveals pretense or blocked emotions, respectively.

An alternative type of womb emblem, in which the masculine element (fire) burns.

Fertility, kinship, and love. Old folk spells regularly recommended ashes from the hearth fire as a component for these purposes.

Depending on its configuration, this may be an alternative altar dream, in which the food becomes a kind of sacrifice. In the Orient, especially, there are gods and goddesses who preside over, and are honored in, the kitchen.

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The Complete Dream Book

(See Home).

A hearth with a cheerful fire burning is a dream which means relief from nervous or other tension.

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Mystic Dream Book

To be cooking at the fire, you will successfully carve out your own future.

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Strangest Dream Explanations

Dreams of a hearth represent comfort, security, nurturing, -love, inner peace, and the warmth that makes a house a home and keeps the home fires burning. Your spirit is present in your body and body of affairs. See Goddess Hestia.

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

The hearth is considered to be the centre, or heart, of the home. Hestia, goddess of the hearth and the sacred fire, was a virgin goddess so spiritually her domain signifies the anima, that part of ourselves which guards the feminine spirit.

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Psychological / emotional perspective: We may be, or need to be, linking with our passionate wilder nature – the seat of our passions. This is not in a confrontational way, however, but gently, as a hearth needs to be tended properly in order for the fire to burn brightly but safely.

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Material aspects: To dream of a hearth or fireplace is to recognize the need for security and nurturing. This may be of two different types. One is knowing that the home, our place of existence, is secure.

The other is recognizing the security of the inner self, the interior feminine which gives warmth and stability.

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Dream Meanings of Versatile

Gives gender - specific: The hearth in a woman’s dream will suggest her own domesticity and gentleness, whereas in a man’s dream it will be more to do with the feminine in his life and his motivation to provide security.

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Little Giant Encyclopedia

See Fire. Domesticity, protection, as in Parents’ House, as with symbols of Cooking, Baking, Roast.

According to Jung, transformation process in alchemy; something wants to transcend.

Opening (of an Exhibition, etc.) Well-known symbol for new beginnings, as in Baby, Birth, and Child.

Is it a store or art gallery that is opening? What is being shown or sold? The kind of objects that are on display point, symbolically, to the kind of new beginning that is to come.

A bookstore, for instance, might point to education and intellectual subjects; an art exhibition might point to creative / artistic self-development.

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