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Nerve Center Dream Meanings

What does Nerve Center mean in dream?

Nerve Center | Dream Meanings


Strangest Dream Explanations

Dreams of the center symbolize the essence of control and essential survival issues.

If you are in the center of a situation, then your choices will either create a sense of unity and interconnectivity or chaos. Choose wisely.

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Little Giant Encyclopedia

You are looking for your own center, the quiet pole in your life. Ideal and balanced.

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My Dream Interpretation

If your dream about a day care center featured children who were old enough to walk, it is a good omen of happiness in family affairs and/or school, whichever concerns you most.

If the children at the day care center were babies, the meaning depends on how they behaved.

If they were happy or cute, good things are coming to you through the help of friends. However, if the babies were ugly or in any way displeasing to you, look out for treachery in someone you trust. Helpless or sick babies are generally a warning of difficulties ahead, so be cautious in your friendship and love affairs.

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

One’s nerves in a dream represent his comportment, bearing and presence. Irritation of one’s nerves in a dream means distress and sorrow.

If a nerve is cut off in a dream, it represents a broken life, and for a sick person it represents his death. In a dream, a nerve also represents a master, or a sire, piety, a signing witness, agreements, provisions, property, or family ties. Whatever affects one’s nerves in a dream will reflect upon any of the above. (Also see Body’)

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Strangest Dream Explanations

Dreams of the World Trade Center or of the twin towers represent your financial structures. And though they may fall, your inner wealth and well-being cannot be shaken.

The tower in the Tarot represents destruction that precedes transformation and new beginnings. Twin towers can also represent that which holds up the temple of your being, the tension of opposites, and the integration of your polarities-the dark and light, the masculine and feminine, etc. See Tower.

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