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DREAMS AND VISIONSSEMINAR – MODULE 2
Table of Contents• General Aspects. 1 - 6• Table of contents. 2• Dream Themes. 7 - 10• Common types of dreams. 11- 16• Sym...
Dreams andVisions• 2013• CTF Airport Campus• Marco Lafebre, Connect Group Leader• http://www.slideshare.net/MarcoLafebre/e...
For recommended books pleaseGo to pages 9 – 11 of Module 1• Bring or send us your dreamsfor interpretation. Thank you.• Au...
Dreams and VisionsModule 2General Aspects
Dreams interpretation
DREAM THEMES• We will name• Some of the• most common themes• of dreaming.
DREAM THEMES• Animals• Birds• Body parts• Bugs• Cars• Characters• Colors
DREAM THEMES• Feelings & Emotions• Food• Buildings• House• Numbers• Places• People
DREAM THEMES• Sex• Tests• Work related• Past and Future• Family• Friends and Enemies• Unknown people, etc.
COMMON TYPESOF DREAMS.top 20 dreams• Taken from Streams MinistriesInternational.www.streamsministries.com
COMMON TYPES OF DREAMStop 20 dreams• Dreams of Teeth falling out orloose teeth.• Eye teeth are falling out.• Wisdom Teeth ...
COMMON TYPES OF DREAMStop 20 dreams• Bathroom dreams:• Toilet• Shower• Bathroom in Public View• Dreams of taking a test• B...
COMMON TYPES OF DREAMStop 20 dreams• Dreams of being chased• Dreams of snakes:• Bitten by the snake• Python• Dreams of spi...
COMMON TYPES OF DREAMStop 20 dreams• Dreams of losing yourpurse/wallet• Dreams of a deceased relatives• Dreams of returnin...
COMMON TYPES OF DREAMStop 20 dreams• Dreams of your house• Dreams involving vehicles• Dreams of flying• Dreams about horse...
Dreams interpretation• Symbols and Meanings
Symbols and Meanings• The key of interpreting Dreamsis the understanding of thesymbols you have in yourdreams!• What is a ...
Symbols (Answers.com)• Something that representssomething else byassociation, resemblance, orconvention, especially amater...
Symbols (Answers.com)• A printed or written sign• used to represent anoperation, element, quantity, quality, or relation, ...
Symbols (Answers.com)• Psychology.• An object or image• that an individual unconsciouslyuses to represent repressedthought...
Symbols• An arbitrary sign (written or printed)that has acquired a conventionalsignificance• something visible that by ass...
SymbolWebster Dictionary• something that standsfor, represents, or suggestsanother thing; especially anobject used to repr...
SymbolWebster Dictionary• A written or printedmark, letter, abbreviation, etc.standing for anobject, quality, process, qua...
SymbolWebster Dictionary• Psychoanalysis an act or objectrepresenting an unconsciousdesire that has been repressed
SYMBOL,taken from Wikipedia• A symbol is an object thatrepresents, stands for, orsuggests an idea, belief, action,or mater...
SYMBOL,taken from Wikipedia• For example, a red octagon maybe a symbol for "STOP".• On a map, a picture of a tentmight rep...
A symbolic action conveysmeaning to the viewers.
Heinrich Zimmer• Gives a concise overview of thenature, and perennial relevance,of symbols.• "Concepts and words aresymbol...
Heinrich Zimmer• Symbols are a means ofcomplex communication thatoften times can have multiplelevels of meaning.[5] Thisse...
Heinrich Zimmer• Human cultures use symbols asa means to express theirspecific ideology, socialstructures, and to represen...
Heinrich Zimmer• Symbols are the basis for allhuman understanding, and allhuman knowledge.• Symbols facilitate humanunders...
Let’s see some basicsymbols• Taken from Dream DreamsSteve & Dianne BydeleyOpen the door to biblicalinterpretation.
Buildings• House = Personal life.• Building =Your life, your church.• Cottage = Your time ofrelax, rest.• Factory = Yourpr...
Rooms of the house• Washroom = Cleaning place• Living room = Daily life.• Basement = Things under surface.• Closet = Hidde...
Vehicles• Bicycle = Working alone, own effort.• Motorcycle = Working alone withsome power.• Monocycle = Alone, precarious....
Airplanes• Small = Personal SpiritualMinistry.• Large = Community, ministry ina church.• Jet = Fast advance.• Glider = Com...
Actions and Movements• Running = Lots of activity.• Hiding = Not adventuring.• Climbing = Progressing with owneffort.• Wal...
Ships and Boats• Balsa = Floating, fragile, no power.• Oar Boat =• Sail Boat =• Yacht =• Fishing Ship =• Transatlantic Shi...
People, persons• Father, Grandfather = God father.• Mother = God Holy Spirit.• Brother = Jesus.• Baby = Something new in y...
Animals• Leon = Courage, authority, Jesus;Satan• Bear = Fury, ire, demonic attack.• Sheep = Christian, humble.• Serpent = ...
Water• River = Flow, move of the Spirit.• Ditch = Flow, ways of the world.• Lake = Work of God’s Kingdom.• Ocean, Sea = Th...
Colors• Red:• Love• Blood• Sacrifice• Danger• Fire
Colors• Blue:• Sky• Heaven• Spiritual• Revelation• Depression, sadness• cold
Colors• Green:• Life• Restoration Holy Spirit• New beginning• Eternal life• Safety
Colors• Orange:• Courage• Praising• Danger• Caution sign
Colors• Yellow:• Glory• Fear• Danger• Richness• Gift
Colors• Purple:• Royalty• Authority• Kingdom
Colors• Black:• Lack of light• Demonic• Sin• Dead
Colors• Rainbow:• Covenant• Pact• Alliance
SYMBOLS RELATEDTO THE BIBLE• Lets have a look to somesymbols
DOVE AND FIRE
OIL, CONTAINER
SWORD OF FIRE
RAINBOW, COVENANT
COUNTING THE STARS
JACOB’S LADDER TOHEAVEN
THE CHIEF BUTLER
THE CHIEF BAKER
SHEAVES OF GRAIN
SUN, MOON AND THESTARS
PHARAOH’S DREAM
HIS BROTHERS KNEW THEINTERPRETATION
NABUCODONOSORIMAGE
EAGLE
DAVID AND GOLIATH
JERUSALEM
DANIEL IN THELION’S DEN
THOMAS THE APOSTLE
APOCALIPTIC HORSES
NOAH AND THE ARK
JOSEPH’S TUNIC
DOUBLE EDGED SWORD
BREAST PLATE
THE LION AND THEUNIVERSE
SHEEP AND GREENPASTURE
FEROCIOUS WOLF
MULE AND BRIDLE
This ends Module 2• And that’s all for today.• Bring or send your dreams, so wecan analyze them here.• Please check next F...
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  1. 1. DREAMS AND VISIONSSEMINAR – MODULE 2
  2. 2. Table of Contents• General Aspects. 1 - 6• Table of contents. 2• Dream Themes. 7 - 10• Common types of dreams. 11- 16• Symbols definitions. 17 - 34• Some Basic Symbols. 35 - 52• Symbols related to the Bible. 53 – 80• Closing. 81
  3. 3. Dreams andVisions• 2013• CTF Airport Campus• Marco Lafebre, Connect Group Leader• http://www.slideshare.net/MarcoLafebre/edit_my_uploads
  4. 4. For recommended books pleaseGo to pages 9 – 11 of Module 1• Bring or send us your dreamsfor interpretation. Thank you.• Audio of this meeting, here arethe links:• https://soundcloud.com/marco-lafebre/dreams-visions-module2-1-2013• https://soundcloud.com/marco-lafebre/dreams-visions-module2-2-2013
  5. 5. Dreams and VisionsModule 2General Aspects
  6. 6. Dreams interpretation
  7. 7. DREAM THEMES• We will name• Some of the• most common themes• of dreaming.
  8. 8. DREAM THEMES• Animals• Birds• Body parts• Bugs• Cars• Characters• Colors
  9. 9. DREAM THEMES• Feelings & Emotions• Food• Buildings• House• Numbers• Places• People
  10. 10. DREAM THEMES• Sex• Tests• Work related• Past and Future• Family• Friends and Enemies• Unknown people, etc.
  11. 11. COMMON TYPESOF DREAMS.top 20 dreams• Taken from Streams MinistriesInternational.www.streamsministries.com
  12. 12. COMMON TYPES OF DREAMStop 20 dreams• Dreams of Teeth falling out orloose teeth.• Eye teeth are falling out.• Wisdom Teeth are falling out• Dreams of falling• Dreams of being naked in public
  13. 13. COMMON TYPES OF DREAMStop 20 dreams• Bathroom dreams:• Toilet• Shower• Bathroom in Public View• Dreams of taking a test• Back in school taking a test
  14. 14. COMMON TYPES OF DREAMStop 20 dreams• Dreams of being chased• Dreams of snakes:• Bitten by the snake• Python• Dreams of spiders• Dreams of alligators• Dreams of someone dying
  15. 15. COMMON TYPES OF DREAMStop 20 dreams• Dreams of losing yourpurse/wallet• Dreams of a deceased relatives• Dreams of returning to a pastrelationship• Frequent nightmares
  16. 16. COMMON TYPES OF DREAMStop 20 dreams• Dreams of your house• Dreams involving vehicles• Dreams of flying• Dreams about horses• Dreams involving dogs.• Dreams about storms.
  17. 17. Dreams interpretation• Symbols and Meanings
  18. 18. Symbols and Meanings• The key of interpreting Dreamsis the understanding of thesymbols you have in yourdreams!• What is a symbol?• Meaning of a symbol.• Response to a symbol
  19. 19. Symbols (Answers.com)• Something that representssomething else byassociation, resemblance, orconvention, especially amaterial object used torepresent something invisible.See synonyms at sign.
  20. 20. Symbols (Answers.com)• A printed or written sign• used to represent anoperation, element, quantity, quality, or relation, as inmathematics or music.
  21. 21. Symbols (Answers.com)• Psychology.• An object or image• that an individual unconsciouslyuses to represent repressedthoughts, feelings, or impulses.
  22. 22. Symbols• An arbitrary sign (written or printed)that has acquired a conventionalsignificance• something visible that by associationor convention represents somethingelse that is invisible; "the eagle is asymbol of the United States"
  23. 23. SymbolWebster Dictionary• something that standsfor, represents, or suggestsanother thing; especially anobject used to representsomething abstract; the dove isa symbol of peace
  24. 24. SymbolWebster Dictionary• A written or printedmark, letter, abbreviation, etc.standing for anobject, quality, process, quantity, etc., as inmusic, mathematics, orchemistry
  25. 25. SymbolWebster Dictionary• Psychoanalysis an act or objectrepresenting an unconsciousdesire that has been repressed
  26. 26. SYMBOL,taken from Wikipedia• A symbol is an object thatrepresents, stands for, orsuggests an idea, belief, action,or material entity.• Symbols take the form of words,sounds, gestures, or visualimages and are used to conveyideas and beliefs.
  27. 27. SYMBOL,taken from Wikipedia• For example, a red octagon maybe a symbol for "STOP".• On a map, a picture of a tentmight represent a campsite.• A red rose symbolizes love andcompassion.
  28. 28. A symbolic action conveysmeaning to the viewers.
  29. 29. Heinrich Zimmer• Gives a concise overview of thenature, and perennial relevance,of symbols.• "Concepts and words aresymbols, just as visions, rituals,and images are; so too are themanners and customs of dailylife
  30. 30. Heinrich Zimmer• Symbols are a means ofcomplex communication thatoften times can have multiplelevels of meaning.[5] Thisseparates symbols from signs,as signs have only one meaning.
  31. 31. Heinrich Zimmer• Human cultures use symbols asa means to express theirspecific ideology, socialstructures, and to representcharacteristics of their specificculture• The meaning of a symbol is notinherent in the symbol itself, butis culturally learned
  32. 32. Heinrich Zimmer• Symbols are the basis for allhuman understanding, and allhuman knowledge.• Symbols facilitate humanunderstanding of interactionwith the world they live, thusserving as the grounds uponwhich humans make judgments.
  33. 33. Let’s see some basicsymbols• Taken from Dream DreamsSteve & Dianne BydeleyOpen the door to biblicalinterpretation.
  34. 34. Buildings• House = Personal life.• Building =Your life, your church.• Cottage = Your time ofrelax, rest.• Factory = Yourprofession, vocation.
  35. 35. Rooms of the house• Washroom = Cleaning place• Living room = Daily life.• Basement = Things under surface.• Closet = Hidden areas of your life.• Classroom = Learning place.• Bedroom = Intimacy place, rest.
  36. 36. Vehicles• Bicycle = Working alone, own effort.• Motorcycle = Working alone withsome power.• Monocycle = Alone, precarious.• Car = Ministry or vocation with roomfor others.• Bus = Church, work in community.• Taxi = Someone is taking you on atrip, ride.
  37. 37. Airplanes• Small = Personal SpiritualMinistry.• Large = Community, ministry ina church.• Jet = Fast advance.• Glider = Coming down, withoutpower.
  38. 38. Actions and Movements• Running = Lots of activity.• Hiding = Not adventuring.• Climbing = Progressing with owneffort.• Walking = Slow progress.• Flying = High spiritual achievements.• Floating = Supported by the HolySpirit
  39. 39. Ships and Boats• Balsa = Floating, fragile, no power.• Oar Boat =• Sail Boat =• Yacht =• Fishing Ship =• Transatlantic Ship =• Armored Battles Ship =• Aircraft Carrier =
  40. 40. People, persons• Father, Grandfather = God father.• Mother = God Holy Spirit.• Brother = Jesus.• Baby = Something new in your life.• A Teacher = The Holy Spirit.• A mysterious person close to you =Jesus, or the Holy Spirit.
  41. 41. Animals• Leon = Courage, authority, Jesus;Satan• Bear = Fury, ire, demonic attack.• Sheep = Christian, humble.• Serpent = Cunning, treacherous, Satan• Spider = Demonic presence.• Bees = Demonic harassment.• Fish = Evangelist Ministry.• Dogs = Fidelity, human attack.
  42. 42. Water• River = Flow, move of the Spirit.• Ditch = Flow, ways of the world.• Lake = Work of God’s Kingdom.• Ocean, Sea = The world.• Pond = Local community.• Current = Fast advance.• Rapids = Fast with perils.
  43. 43. Colors• Red:• Love• Blood• Sacrifice• Danger• Fire
  44. 44. Colors• Blue:• Sky• Heaven• Spiritual• Revelation• Depression, sadness• cold
  45. 45. Colors• Green:• Life• Restoration Holy Spirit• New beginning• Eternal life• Safety
  46. 46. Colors• Orange:• Courage• Praising• Danger• Caution sign
  47. 47. Colors• Yellow:• Glory• Fear• Danger• Richness• Gift
  48. 48. Colors• Purple:• Royalty• Authority• Kingdom
  49. 49. Colors• Black:• Lack of light• Demonic• Sin• Dead
  50. 50. Colors• Rainbow:• Covenant• Pact• Alliance
  51. 51. SYMBOLS RELATEDTO THE BIBLE• Lets have a look to somesymbols
  52. 52. DOVE AND FIRE
  53. 53. OIL, CONTAINER
  54. 54. SWORD OF FIRE
  55. 55. RAINBOW, COVENANT
  56. 56. COUNTING THE STARS
  57. 57. JACOB’S LADDER TOHEAVEN
  58. 58. THE CHIEF BUTLER
  59. 59. THE CHIEF BAKER
  60. 60. SHEAVES OF GRAIN
  61. 61. SUN, MOON AND THESTARS
  62. 62. PHARAOH’S DREAM
  63. 63. HIS BROTHERS KNEW THEINTERPRETATION
  64. 64. NABUCODONOSORIMAGE
  65. 65. EAGLE
  66. 66. DAVID AND GOLIATH
  67. 67. JERUSALEM
  68. 68. DANIEL IN THELION’S DEN
  69. 69. THOMAS THE APOSTLE
  70. 70. APOCALIPTIC HORSES
  71. 71. NOAH AND THE ARK
  72. 72. JOSEPH’S TUNIC
  73. 73. DOUBLE EDGED SWORD
  74. 74. BREAST PLATE
  75. 75. THE LION AND THEUNIVERSE
  76. 76. SHEEP AND GREENPASTURE
  77. 77. FEROCIOUS WOLF
  78. 78. MULE AND BRIDLE
  79. 79. This ends Module 2• And that’s all for today.• Bring or send your dreams, so wecan analyze them here.• Please check next Friday our set ofslides:• “Dreams and Visions Seminar –Module3”
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