What does it mean you dream about a mirror?


plus 50 dating sitesDream: I dreamt that someone was tying a white piece of cloth on the rearview mirror in my car.

DreamsMaster: Interesting. Let’s start by looking at the dream symbols one at a time, and then piecing them together into possible interpretations. As you read, keep in mind these are just my own projections, and sift through the thoughts and images to identify what fits for you.

Someone: Did you know the person who was doing this? If so, the dream may be related to your relationship with this person. If not, the person may represent a part of yourself. Consider what adjectives you would use to describe this person. For example, was it a man or a woman? What was the mood of the person as s/he was tying? Was s/he angry? Happy? Serious?

White piece of cloth: white is the color of purity; it is also the color of surrender, such as waving a white flag – which may also be fitting as to this being a white piece of cloth. The term white-wash comes to mind as well. I can also see this as a blindfold.

Tying: was the cloth being tied in such a way as to cover the rearview mirror, or was it being tied to the attachment just below it? If covering the mirror, this person or part of yourself appears to be shielding your vision, perhaps covering up the truth. If not covering the mirror but hanging below it, this more likely resembles the metaphor of waving a white flag of surrender.

Rearview mirror: view of what’s behind; glimpse of the past; reflection of oneself.

My car: independence; self-image; transition; journey.

As you read this, are you starting to connect the dots? Here are a few ideas for how to piece it all together, if it were my dream…

  • Part of myself is attempting to white-wash the past, to keep me from seeing things as they really were.
  • I need to stop looking at the past in a negative light; stop letting the past direct my future.
  • I need to surrender – release control, stop resisting – in order to journey ahead.

Have you felt the “AHA!” moment yet, that sense of recognition of the meaning of the dream? For more hints, think about what was on your mind the night you had the dream.

See also:

  • Dream interpretation techniques
  • Popular dream themes
  • Dreams library


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http://dreams.com/hookup-kamloops/Dream: Saw pop all over the bathroom.

DreamsMaster: By “pop” do you mean soda pop, like coca cola? A bathroom in a dream often represents a need to release unpleasant feelings. In your dream the bathroom is covered with pop, something sweetened. Putting it together, this dream could be a metaphor for “sugar-coating your feelings”. If it were my dream, the takeaway message could be that I need to take a more honest look at my feelings about something going on in my life – sugar-coating them will only make an already unpleasant situation even stickier.

On a more literal level… it’s possible in the back of your mind you’ve been noticing mildew collecting, and the dream is a warning that it will take over unless you take action soon!

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Dream:  I have seen myself undressing in front of the mirror and I see myself naked.

DreamsMaster:  To undress in front of a mirror and to see yourself naked likely means that you are becoming fully open and honest with yourself. Did you experience any specific emotion in your dream? For example, when you saw yourself naked, did you have a negative reaction to what you saw, or did you feel acceptance? If you had a negative reaction, then the dream may be urging you to come out from behind your public façade, and become less judgmental and more accepting of your true self.

We may fool ourselves with trumped-up and distorted self-portraits in waking life but sleep is no friend to embellishment and illusion. Dreams are the mirror of the self.

– Calvin Hall, The Meaning of Dreams

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Brushing teeth…

Brushing teethDream:  I was dreaming of brushing my teeth.

DreamsMaster: This is a great dream to explore both literally and symbolically.

On a literal level, dreaming of brushing teeth could mean you need to pay more attention to your oral hygiene. For example, maybe you’ve recently experienced a toothache, or perhaps you’ve noticed people subtly moving further away from you when you speak (i.e., bad breath).

If nothing fits at the literal level, next take a look at some metaphors and symbols associated with teeth. For example:

– Teeth in a dream often symbolize power or strength. In this context, to brush them could represent the desire to enhance these qualities.

– Teeth may also represent our self-image, or our presentation to the outer world. Were you brushing in front of a mirror? In this context, brushing your teeth could represent a need to “brush up on” your image in a business or personal relationship.

The feeling you had in the dream as you brushed as well as what was on your mind the night of the dream will provide additional clues to the dream’s meaning.

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Mirror image…

dreams as reflections, dream symbolDream:  I wake up in a snowy forest. A young girl walks up to me. My dream jumps to me in a tent. A dark cloud comes out of my mouth and forms the shape of a person and floats into a mirror stood near to me. I walk up to the mirror and I see my abusive father and he says, “You, me, what’s the difference.” The mirror shatters. I get shot from behind then I wake up.

DreamsMaster:  My sense from this dream is that you’re questioning whether or not you are a “mirror image” of your abusive father. A part of you feels that you are (the dark cloud that comes out of your mouth and becomes your abusive father), while another part of you desperately wants to shatter that image.

The dark cloud that comes out of your mouth… the day or night before you had this dream, did you have some sort of confrontation with a significant other, in which you said (or bit back) dark or mean things that made you identify with your father?

This dark side of you questions the difference between your father and you, but there’s a healthier part of you that knows better. Join forces with this healthier part, and the next time your father appears in a dream or in your waking imagination, stand tall and assert, “There IS a difference.” And make it so.

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