Easter is the most important Christian holiday of the year. The Easter tradition celebrates the resurrection of Jesus, the Son of God. The Bible says that two days after Jesus' death, his tomb was found empty. Soon, his disciples began to meet him. (read all at source)
Dreaming about Easter, suggests that the worst of your problems are over. You will experience joy again after a period of darkness and sadness. You need to walk with your head held high and stop being ashamed. Alternatively, the dream symbolizes resurrection and spiritual rebirth.
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Dream "Easter Eggs"
Easter eggs in a dream interpret a love relationship. If you turn up the hidden eggs, then you will come to love. To find them is to be loved. To take on anyone Easter eggs - you declare your love. (read all at source)
To dream about Easter, suggests that the worst of your problems are over. You will experience happiness and joy again after a period of darkness and sadness. You need to walk with your head held high and stop being ashamed. (read all at source)
Easter Egg Dreams
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An Easter egg is a symbol of spring, fertility, renewal and rebirth. (read all at source)
Hunting Easter eggs can mean you're reminiscing about childhood, you're searching for truth or fun, or you have a need to feel special in a childlike way right now (reward your inner child—just because!).
Using this Dream Dictionary
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Springtime or spring vacation
Some event around Easter time, either one from the past or one that you expect, desire, or fear
The Christian faith, or some aspect of it, or the meaning of Easter as you see it
A new beginning or fresh start... (read all at source)
There are many forms and exercises for meditation. A five minute mind emptying closure of solitude could be considered meditation as well as the deep breathing, lotus sitting, chi locating form that is quite popular in eastern philosophies. (read all at source)
The Easter egg is a Pagan symbol of renewal. In dreams it can be interpreted as a rising awareness of one's spirituality and alternative ideologies pertaining to mainstream belief about religion. (read all at source)
Easter time to resurrect a valuable part of yourself; re-birth; a new spiritual life. Who is being crucified? (read all at source)
In ancient Eastern Indian mythology, the fish is a symbol of transformation and creation. This is observed in the ancient flood myth in which Vishnu transformed himself into a fish (Matsya) to save the world from a great flood. (read all at source)
In the eastern cultures, dragons are seen as spiritual creatures symbolizing good luck and fortune.
To dream that you are a dragon and breathing fire and everyone, suggests that you are using your anger to get your own way.
Dragonfly... (read all at source)
The number 40 is significant in Jewish, Christian, Islamic, and other Middle Eastern traditions. It can represent an estimate, or many of something. Judaism Rain fell for "forty days and forty nights" during the flood Spies explored the land of Israel for "forty days. (read all at source)
Color - The colored eggs which have to do nothing with our Easter-eggs, you should also take into consideration to the color.
Success - Egg with chick in it, often promises that you will achieve good success with the plans which you just "incubates". (read all at source)
The ancient British fertility goddess Oestre, from whose name we get our word Easter, had a pet hare that laid its egg every Spring Equinox so that life would spread throughout the world. (read all at source)
Think of the following analogy: In the era of the communist countries in eastern Europe the press always covered good news and very rarely bad news. The western press always concentrated on bad news and tragedies. The communist press were accused of being propagandists. (read all at source)
Some Eastern cultures believe that the strangers in your dreams are spirits from another dimension. These spirits may be teaching you lessons or giving you specific messages. (read all at source)
In Eastern mythologies the snake (or serpent) is a symbol for healing, new life.
A snake/serpent may symbolize sexuality; psychic energy, or the power of Nature; intuitive wisdom; the unconscious.
Is the snake/serpent guarding something? (read all at source)
In many ancient cultures, eggs were shared to celebrate the new year (the origin of Easter coincides with traditional new year festivals.) The 'underworld' that the reptile inhabits is given wings to become like the phoenix that rises from the ashes. (read all at source)
China-symbolic of Chinese people or Eastern religious beliefs (a call to prayer)
Chisel-symbolic of something man-made or permanently etched into a person’s heart, Isa. 44:13, Jer. 17:1
Chocolate-to dream of chocolate may symbolize an affinity for or desire to eat sweets, Isa. 29:8... (read all at source)
A dream of the lovely Easter time portends a change of business that will be to your benefit. It means for... Continue dream interpretation - Easter"continue dream interpretation
Dream interpretation - Eating... (read all at source)
also in Christianity this is a symbol of resurrection (ever wonder where the thought of Easter Eggs came from?), as in Christ breaking out of his tomb similar to a chick breaking free from it's egg. (read all at source)
Dreams Death and Dying - Eastern cultures describe death and dying;
Can We Prepare for Death?;
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Rabbit: Also Hare: Satan; evil spirits; pagan celebration of Easter; rapid multiplication. (Du. 14: 7; Lev. 11:6; Josh. 19: 20) ... (read all at source)
yin/yang: This is somewhat like anima/animus though Jung saw them as unconscious motivators and the Eastern concept is somewhat more broad. This represents the balance of the female energy, yin, and the male energy, yang. (read all at source)
East - Beginning (Genesis 11:2); Law (therefore blessed or cursed); birth; first (sun rises in the east bringing hope and new day); false religions (as in 'Eastern religions')
Psalm 103:12 'As far as the east (law) is from the west (grace), so far hath He removed our transgressions from us.'... (read all at source)
In many cultures and religious orders, the moon is identified as a mother figure. This is true in Native American, African, Christian, and Eastern literature and lore. The moon dream may come with or generate an intuitive feeling that someone in the inner circle of your life is pregnant. (read all at source)
WhiteAs in life, white is a sign of purity. It can stand for innocence, cleanliness, and a new beginning. Have you started something new or suddenly developed a new outlook on something? On a negative note, Eastern cultures associate the colour white with death. (read all at source)
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To see a dragon in your dream, signifies that you tend to let yourself get carried away by your passion. This kind of behaviour may lead you into trouble. You need to exercise some self-control. In the eastern cultures, dragons are seen as spiritual creatures symbolizing good luck and fortune. (read all at source)
For example, in early Roman times the owl was a symbol for healer, yet in Eastern cultures it was a symbol for predator. Is the animal free and able to roam unhindered in your dream, or is it caged, in a zoo, or wearing a muzzle or lead? (read all at source)
If the collarband is made from alum, then it means marrying a young eastern man. If the collarband is made from beads in the dream, it means that her husband is a mean and a contemptible person. If a man sees himself wearing a collarband in a dream, it means suffocation, distress or a quarrel. (read all at source)