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Ice Dreams

The meaning behind Ice Dreams

To dream of ice, betokens much distress, and evil-minded persons
will seek to injure you in your best work.

To see ice floating in a stream of clear water, denotes that your happiness
will be interrupted by ill-tempered and jealous friends.

To dream that you walk on ice, you risk much solid comfort and respect
for evanescent joys.

For a young woman to walk on ice, is a warning that only a thin
veil hides her from shame.

To see icicles on the eaves of houses, denotes misery and want of comfort.
Ill health is foreboded.

To see icicles on the fence, denotes suffering bodily and mentally.

To see them on trees, despondent hopes will grow gloomier.

To see them on evergreens, a bright future will be overcast with the shadow
of doubtful honors.

To dream that you make ice, you will make a failure of your life
through egotism and selfishness.

Eating ice, foretells sickness. If you drink ice-water, you will bring
ill health from dissipation.

Bathing in ice-water, anticipated pleasures will be interrupted
with an unforeseen event.


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Dream dictionary entry taken from 10,000 Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller. Psychologist World provides these definitions as a courtesy and is not responsible for, or for any consequences resulting from the use of, Miller's archaic dream interpretations.

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