Jaw

1. Portal, gateway, most often to hell. 2. Inner exploration. 3. Conflict with partner (injured jaw). 4. Stubbornness. 5. Re­pressed anger (locked or tightened jaw).

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Jaw

To dream that you are in the jaws of an animal, signifies misunderstandings and hasty judgments, which may threaten your happiness. To see your own jaw in your dream, represents that you need to have more willpower and determination in some situation. To dream that your jaws are tight, indicates unexpressed angers which you are […]

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Lock Jaw

Dreams of lock jaw represent anger or stress clamping your jaw shut, or that you are not trusting your true expression. Your subconscious mind is giving you permission to ask for what you want or need.

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Jaw

To dream that you are in the jaws of an animal signifies a threat to your happiness due to failed relationships and hasty judgment. To see your own jaw in your dream represents your stubbornness, persistence, and forcefulness. You may have need to be more purposeful in your approach. To dream that your jaws are […]

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Jaw

Dreams of a jaw represent communication. If you dream of lock jaw, then this denotes anger, frustration, stress, and resentment, that you’ve put a lock on joy. This dream could be suggesting that it is time to be more mindful about your communication patterns.

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Molar Tooth

Teeth in a dream represent the elderly members in one’s family, or their most distinctive ones. If a molar tooth falls in a dream, it means loss of money or life. Molar teeth in a dream represent one’s relatives, or his friendliest relatives, or his own young children. Teeth of the upper jaw represent a […]

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Jawbreaker

Sucking on a jawbreaker may comment that what you have put in your mouth is sweet but too hard to swallow; it may point to a situation that is tempting but too much for you to handle. The name jawbreaker implies breaking the jaw. The jaw represents structure and foundational beliefs.

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BODY

The body represents the individual and is his outward physical manifestation of all that he is. In dreams, the body often represents the Ego (see Introduction). Since being ‘physical’ is the baby’s first experience of itself, the body- forms the prime source of information. Psychologically, most experience is translated into bodily feeling, and therefore becomes […]

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KEY

See Lock. You have the right attitude and are posing the right questions, in the sense of how you are using your personal qualities. Ideas and new experiences. Locking up something speaks of fear of relationships and of fear of getting involved. According to Freud, the symbol of the key / lock stands for sexuality. […]

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Jaw

Often representative of our self-expression, on a more esoteric level the jaw suggests the opening to the underworld.

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