Referee dream meaning
 

refereeing, Reference, reference book, reference counting, reference frame, reference grid, reference manual, reference point, reference system, reference to, reference work, referenced, Referendary, Referendum, referent, referential, referential integrity, referential transparency,... (read all at source)

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referee
An authority figure—someone or something in your real life who you allow to have some power over you in some way, or someone whose opinions you listen to—especially in terms of making decisions or settling arguments.
See also: mediating decision (by someone else)... (read all at source)

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Referee-symbolic of Christ, a person of authority, or a me­diator
Reflection-symbolic of looking into your heart, Prov. 27:19
Refuge-a symbol of God’s promises, Ps. 46:1... (read all at source)

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Referee
To see a referee in your dream, signifies an inner battle between your own ideals and values and between the ideals and values of others. (read all at source)

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You win the prize fight.
You feel successful in your attempt to be the referee.
You decided to talk instead of fight.
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Between these two opposites sat the conscious self acting as a refereebetween the rival claims of these two unconscious forces. Freud called this the 'reality principle' and named it the ego. (read all at source)

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Example dream : A dream where a referee stops sending men off the pitch linked to him abusing his power. He needed to think twice about how he behaved. Stopping in the dream was symbolic of him needing to change his behaviour. (read all at source)

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Referee
To notice the presence of a referee in your dream indicates an inner struggle between holding on to your ideas and values and giving in to the judgements and recommendations of others. (read all at source)

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