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

Pulpit Dream Meanings

What does Pulpit mean in dream?

Pulpit | Dream Meanings

is upon 5 sides: authority, judge & imam, speaker & rank. And he (as) said a person from the people of Dhimmi / Protection (i.e. non-muslims under muslim protection) going on the platform is an indicator of a ruler’s reign who is corrupt in religion, [ruling] in that place.

Islamic Dream - Cafer-i Sadik by
To dream of a pulpit, denotes sorrow and vexation.

To dream that you are in a pulpit, foretells sickness, and unsatisfactory results in business or trades of any character.

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation by
A religious symbol of preaching or teaching; see “sermon”

Dream Dictionary Unlimited by
1. Good social standing, good character.

2. Guilt-related dif­ficulties.

3. A sense of moral superiority, self-righteousness.

New American Dream Dictionary by
(See Minbar)

Islamic Dream Interpretation by
Unfavorable news may be expected Erora a dream of a pulpit, either occupied or unoccupied.

The Complete Dream Book by
Symbol: The pulpit is a preacher s special place.

Vision: Seeing a pulpit or standing in one: you will appear in public and give a speech, or people are attacking you and you have to defend yourself. Standing in a pulpit also means that you want to influence and instruct others.

Depth Psychology: You are either prone to be a know-it-all who, with your “teachings,” gains power over others, or you are suffering because of a person with these character traits. Your motto should be: “Everybody is entitled to his own opinions—no matter how wrong they are.” Follow that advice or face lots of conflict.

Dreamers Dictionary by
Like all omens connected with the interior of a Church, this is not a favourable sign.

Mystic Dream Book by
Dreams of a pulpit denote you desire to express yourself and your spiritual convictions. Perhaps this dream is giving you the message to follow your higher calling. See Priest.

Strangest Dream Explanations by
In dreams these terms take on different meanings. As a pulpit in church the symbol might point to increased problems and hypocrisy. It is either your bad conscience that is speaking to you or a suggestion that you are following moral standards too rigidly.

As an airplane cockpit, and as a politician in government, these images also stand for leadership. Among others, they represent personal skills. Often there is a hint to guide yourself more forcefully toward your goals.

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