Heroine dream meaning
  

Hero or Heroine Dreams
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There are a few different ways of analyzing hero or heroine dreams, depending on the perspective. (read all at source)

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hero/heroine wanting someone to come and rescue you; needing to be looked upon as a rescuer; acting beyond the call of duty; addicted to heroin or morphine. Who is your personal heroine or hero? (read all at source)

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Jesus
Jesus may depict in our dreams the social pressure we feel to conform to a norm, to other people's ideas of what is morally right; a compensatory process in us to take the place of being able to live a full life externally. (read all at source)

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Superhero / heroine
1. A male superhero represents a super intellect; thus to dream of seeing Superman, Batman, Spiderman, or whoever indicates that your mind is particularly sharp right now, and if there is a project you're working on that requires a quick, agile, and insightful intellect,... (read all at source)

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govern, governance, government, gravitate, greatness, guard, guidance, guide, guideboard, guidepost, hack, hackney, hand, handle, handling, have a tendency, have priority, have the start, head, head the line, head the table, head up, heading, headliner, heavy, heavy lead, herald, hero, heroine, hint,... (read all at source)

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Stars represent goals and ideals. In fairytales the heroine wishes on a star to request help in achieving her goals! When pursuing something new we are often encouraged to reach for the stars to put our very best into it. Like stars our goals and ideals are something we always look up to. (read all at source)

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Each god, goddess, hero, heroine bears their own mark (symbol) too. Through their personal emblems, we become privy to enchanted realms of deeper symbolism....the kind of connective symbolism that really tweaks our imagination, and strums our heartstrings. (read all at source)

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In many of these, the heroine encounters an old woman and helps her in some way, receiving an appropriate reward when it turns out that the old woman is a kindly witch. And, of course, there's always someone else (a step-sister) who goes out trying to get a similar reward. (read all at source)

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Among the Celts, the white Crow was the emblem of the heroine, Branwen. Her heroic brother, Bran, was pictured as a raven. In North America, the Kiowa Indians taught that the white Crow turned black from eating snake eyes. (read all at source)

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This sign is like a dream of the hero / heroine, widely used in literature. (read all at source)

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Desire to find adviser The expression "sailor's yarn " shows that yarn is connected with the narrative. The dreamer needs heroes and heroines, with which he can identify and find a wise advisor. To spin yarn in a dream, means that the dreamer wants to convince someone probably by his sincerity. (read all at source)

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Adventure - Risky behavior or thinking. On the other hand, it may be an indication you need to be more adventerous in your approach to life. The hero/heroine path is full of adventure with many trials and revelations {see The Hero's Adventure}. (read all at source)

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