Freezer dream meaning
  

freezer dream symbol
freezer
Calming down or cooling off emotionally
Emotional coldness... (read all at source)

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But often it means that the dreamer has shut off a part of themselves in a sort of cold storage - a freezer. Maybe suggests frigidity. Or the congealing, deadening effect of ice or snow on the intellect when it operates on its own without being related to ones feelings or to an active life. (read all at source)

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Ice, cracking down with a fridge freezer when defrosting - it is a sign of your failure due to an impatient desire to get ahead of events.
Suffer dream of ice - then meet with a misogynist, whose heart will melt when meeting with you. (read all at source)

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white snake in a freezer
dog bite on hand
solar eclipse
Swimming fish
getting mangalsuta as gift by dead... (read all at source)

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freezer
Calming down or cooling off emotionally
Emotional coldness
Storage, or keeping something long-term
The idea of putting something on hold, or wanting to get rid of it... (read all at source)

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Freezer
To see or open a freezer in your dream, represents your cold emotions. Maybe you need to warm up to someone who you have been chilly towards. This dream may also be telling you need to put some goal, plan, or situation on hold.
French Fries... (read all at source)

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Freezer
To see a freezer in your dream, refers to you cold feelings. You are being too frigid. Alternatively, it suggests that you are preserving your ideas and energy so that you can access them later. (read all at source)

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