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A panda bear is distinguished by its black and white fur. Because of its unique feature, most people think that this bear is adorable. Aside from that, this animal is also non-threatening; however, it is a mighty creature, especially for the Chinese people. In fact, it has a lot of symbolic meanings that are based on its characteristics. To give you a better view, here are the meaning and symbolism of a panda.

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Sea is one of the core, mother dream images. All life came from the sea, and millions of human lives still depend on it today. That is why it is deeply embedded in our subconsciousness.

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A hug is a universal human gesture of affection, compassion, closeness, and love – for better or worse. Even more, hugging is beyond just a gesture – it is an evolutionary instant bonding tool. Being hugged or hugging decreases stress hormone levels, raises self-esteem, and decreases appetite. But what about dream hugs? Surely, you’ve sometimes dreamed that you hugged somebody or that somebody hugged you. But does it have any deeper meaning?

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Chipmunks are small rodents that belong to the squirrel family. These adorable creatures have been a part of a lot of cultures’ traditions and folklore. Additionally, they are also present in popular culture, specifically the two Hollywood stars, namely Chip and Dale.

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Being kidnapped or being held hostage is probably one of the most unsettling and terrifying possible life experiences. Needless to point out, these dreams are nearly always in the form of nightmares. What does dreaming of being kidnapped mean? And what about being a hostage? Let’s find out.

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Dreaming about shrimps may not be that common, but it can happen occasionally. Its frequency depends on your appetite for this delicacy but also on many other factors. If you are a fan of this type of seafood, this article is dedicated to you. If you are not, or you care too much about your cholesterol when you’re eating, then it is less likely that you will dream about shrimps at all.

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Quails are small to mid-sized birds from the pheasant family. Although this bird has an unassuming appearance, it has profound symbolic meanings throughout history. Most of its meanings are based on its characteristics and the way people perceive it. To give you a better view, here are the most common quail meaning and symbolism.

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If you want to know the meaning and symbolism of a tiger, you need to know its characteristics. For example, tigers are solitary but social animals. Meaning, they often hunt alone, but they can interact with other tigers. Aside from that, they are also known as alpha predators.

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Although the white tiger is quite an unusual animal, appearing rarely in nature and classified as an endangered species, it appears frequently in popular culture. You have probably seen it in movies, comic books, video games, etc. at least once. Thus, it can show up as a motif in human dreams as well, carrying a certain symbolism with it.

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It is no wonder that all that lifetime of bus rides commonly finds a way into our dreams. Interestingly, although bus rides are supposed to be casual, they can be uncomfortable in dream scenarios. That is especially true if there are plot twists such as accidents, missing bus stops, or other unpleasant events.

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Whether it is considered to be a spirit animal and a totem or not, deer can appear in dreams quite often. Its symbolism and meaning vary from culture to culture and from dream to dream, depending on the context. 

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From the spiritual point of view, the purpose of protection symbols is to call on a higher deity to protect us. From the psychological standpoint, the purpose of protection symbols is to anchor the human consciousness and prevent the spirit from sinking.
Protection symbols also draw their power from the fact that they have been around for millennia. Therefore, utilizing these symbols becomes the means of calling on higher forces to protect us and to call on our ancestral strengths.