This is my dream interpretation blog where I describe a dream and then interpret it. Here is the index to my dream interpretation blog, where I explore dream meanings.
This week, I explore dreams about floors. In normal life we take floors for granted, we walk on them, sit on them, lie on them, and unless we are repairing, redecorating, replacing or cleaning them we do not pay too much attention to them.
Floors in a dream represent our foundation, the base that we stand on. A floor is our support, the basis on which we build our lives. Floors in a dream may also represent our instincts, a lower floor is our base instinct, a middle floor is our real life and a high floor is our dreams and aspirations, things that are above us.
Flooring materials represent the nature of our support, a tile floor is cold, hard and fixed and shows a firm stable belief system. A carpeted floor is warm and padded and shows we have support for our beliefs. A wooden floor is a supportive, traditional structure for our lives, it is firm but not fixed. It is a stable durable foundation. A concrete floor, is cold, hard and basic and shows that we have a basic no-frills approach to life. A laminate floor shows a support system that appears to be stable and long lasting but does not stand the test of time, everything is not what it appears to be.
You dream that a man is in your house, spraying chemicals on the floor. You try to get his attention to stop him treating the floor but you are unable to communicate with him. He is treating the floor as if it is wood but you know that it is laminate and will not respond well to being sprayed and refinished.
In the dream, a stranger is working on your belief system, you are uncomfortable with this. There is a a problem with communication, he thinks that your floor, (foundation) is firm and fixed, where really it is more flexible and fragile. You know that if you do not stop this person your foundation and structure of support will be permanently damaged and will need to be replaced with something else. You attempt to challenge this person but are not successful. This dream can be seen as a warning about who you take into your confidence, you may want to make sure that your foundation and belief system are strong.
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I started reading tarot cards many years ago when I was in college, I was studying business but my real interest has always been in psychology, astrology, tarot and dreams. I waited a long time to pursue tarot reading professionally. I do not understand how tarot cards work or why they work. I do not believe that you need special powers to read the cards but experience and an understanding of the symbols on each card opens the doors to a successful interpretation.
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I started interpreting dreams when I was a teenager. I always had very detailed dreams and would recount them to my friends. A boyfriend bought me a dream dictionary and I started to delve into interpretation. Unfortunately, I found that many dreams had elements that were contradictory and so I did not get a good understanding of my dream.
I realised that different people have different relationships with dream symbols based on experience, their daily lives and culture. A person who keeps snakes will have a different interpretation of a snake dream to a person who has a fear of snakes.
Dreams may have symbols that are good omens and some are bad omens, understanding the context of the omens will help you to interpret their true meaning for you.
My blog is a series of dreams and interpretations of the elements in each dream to help you to understand how best to interpret your dreams, I am also available to interpret a dream for you. Email me: email@example.com, dream interpretations are free or can buy me a coffee here! Thank you! Mystic Polly
I organise the dreams by general subject area rather than alphabetically, if you have a question about a dream symbol please email me.
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Please see list of dreams below.
Dream Interpretation List