Flea

Any leaping bloodsucking insect when seen in a dream represents a weak person who uselessly occupies himselfat defaming others. Fleas in a dream also represent God’s soldiers. If one sees an army of fleas stinging him in a dream, it means threats and distress caused by a rubbish type of people. A flea bite in […]

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Flea Market

To dream of being at a flea market, or shopping in one, symbolizes minor financial problems which can be overcome by using a little self-control. To dream of working at a flea market forecasts a stroke of money luck.

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Fleas

Vision: Seeing a flea: you would like to take revenge on a certain person. Being bitten by fleas: you are bothered by persons of ill will. Catching a flea: all ordinary’ problems will be solved. Has someone put a wbug” in your ear? See Bug, Flies, Insect.

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HEAD

Thoughts; opinions; intellect; decisions; intentions; self image. Fairly understandable from the huge number of idioms about head and face, such as lose one’s head/face’, so one might literally dream of a headless figure. Face: self image; concerns about how others see you; ex­pression of or hiding of inner feelings and attitudes. Idioms: above one’s head; […]

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FLY

Overstimulated nerves. Resistance, nervousness, and slight irritation, as in Flea. May also point to Flying. Small things that can be very annoying. Folklore: Sign of an unsurmountable obstacle.

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Bug

(Any small, blood sucking insect.) Seeing a bug in a dream means facing a weak enemy. If a small bug enters one’s body in a dream, it means that a poor person will visit him to receive some mental satisfaction or to solicit a small financial support. (Also see Flea)

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Flea

These tiny, annoying, blood-sucking creatures may comment that you should look at how you allow others to sap your energy. (See Insect.)

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FLEA

Overexcitement, stress, as in Fly. A hint that you need to pay more attention to the small things in life.

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Flea

Insignificant one who lives off others, mentally “bugging” them

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