The image of a party in a dream should
be seen as referring to the dreamer's relationship to his fellowmen.
The events at the party often show complications and situations
of conflict involving the dreamer and the world around him (beyond
the immediate family circle).
Persecution dreams, in diverse variations,
are extremely frequent. However, these dream images should
be seen as indicating that the dreamer should accept whatever is
persecuting him. These are elements of the unconscious which
are penetrating the consciousness.
In the gray mists of antiquity, the pig
was a symbolic attendant of the Great Goddess, the ruler of the
animals. She was also ruler of man's natural sexuality. The
pig's popular connotations of prosperity and wealth (c.f. piggy-banks)
still refer to this, as in this case the pig stands for potency
in the sense of a creative force.
A crash in an airplane dream can indicate that the dreamer
has become too remote form the realities of life and is going to
come down to earth with a bump.
A policeman personifies that function within
the dreamer which regulates and orders things. A traffic policeman
in a dream gives guidance in how to adapt to a family or social
situation in the world around the dreamer.
In the mythology of primitive peoples,
the pot symbolizes the mother's uterus. In fairytales, the
pot is usually the container in which witches brew their potions.
In a dream, the pot usually indicates an unconscious element.
With dreams which take place in a prison
or dreams of being a prisoner, the psyche is indicating being imprisoned
by mental images of the consciousness which, as a rule, do
not coincide with reality. In this case, both intellectual and spiritual
limitations can be indicated.
Prostitute in a dream should be regarded
as aspects of the dreamer's own personality. Psychologically speaking,
they represent anomalous people - women whose female emotions are
stunted and under-developed. The prostitute symbolizes spiritual
impoverishment and emotional indifference. This can refer
either to the marital partner or to an attitude toward fellowman.
Public House ( Landlord,
Extremely frequently, dreams
occur which take place in a public house and in which the landlord
or landlady plays a role. Comparable with the kitchen's significance
as a dram symbol, the public house is a place where psychic energy
is transformed. The dram often indicates unexpected surprises,
where the figure of the landlord plays the role of the unconscious