Dreams Starting with S


“S” – “The letter S may be symbolic of someone whose name begins with that letter. It might also represent a town, city or even building that starts…”


Sacrificed – “The meaning of this dream symbol will vary depending on your religious views. For many of Abrahamic faiths, sacrifice is deeply…”


Sad – “Sadness is a straightforward dream symbol that simply represents the emotion that it is. It is important to remember that the thing you feel…”


Saddle – “A saddle is a symbol of the tools you need to achieve a goal. The exact meaning of this symbol varies depending on the animal the saddle…”


Safe – “To dream of being safe is a sign of security in your current situation or with your current relationships. This is an auspicious and beneficial…”


Sage (person or herb) – “The sage is an archetypal form full of the symbols of wisdom, age, and good advice. To see the sage in a dream is indicative…”


Sailing – “Sailing is a symbol of a journey in our life, whether it be allegorical or actual. To dream of yourself sailing in a storm is indicative of hard…”


Saint – “Saints are symbols and patrons of people, places, ideas and things. To dream of a saint carries with it the same connotation that that saint has in…”


Sand – “Sand is a symbol of time and of infinite possibility. In its most common form, sand is seen either on a beach or in an hourglass. Sand running…”


Sandbox – “Sandboxes are places of enjoyment for children. They represent the creative forces of childhood and imagination. To dream of a sandbox…”


SatanFor Satan, see Devil


Scale – “A scale is a method of evaluation. The exact meaning of this symbol will depend on the exact item or items being weighed. These items are…”


Scarecrow – “A scarecrow is a totem of death and fear, but it simultaneously holds the opposite symbolism of hope and prosperity. The exact…”


School – “Dreaming about school can bring back memories of the past that can be both vivid and full of nostalgia. They can also be repositories…”


Scissors – “Scissors are a symbol of change and precision. If you dream about scissors cutting something that they should not be able…”


Scorpion – “The scorpion is a symbol of fear and anxiety in your life. If something at work or in your everyday life is scaring you or you are nervous …”


Screaming – “The sound of screaming in your dream can be vivid and alarming even if you do not see its source or know its cause…”


Screw – “The screw is a symbol of pushing forward even amid difficulties and obstacles that stand in the way of accomplishment. If you…”


Scuba Diving – “Dreaming of scuba diving can be symbolic of a couple of different things. First, it can be a memory or thought about…”


Sea – For sea, see Ocean.


Security – “Security is something that all people desire in their lives. Humans are wired to do whatever possible to ensure their security…”


Seesaw – “The seesaw is representative in popular culture as the equivalent of the tipping of the scales back and forth, and no wonder. The concept of the…”


Self-Defense – “Self-defense, whether in the form of martial arts or a more conventional weapon, can be a powerful  by that you feel secure…”


Selling – “Dreaming about selling things represents that those thing which you are selling hold value to you still, but they are not the same that…”


Senior Home – “The senior home can be either very friendly and sweet, like you are visiting your grandparents, or it can be very scary like it…”


Serial Killer – “Dreaming about a serial killer can be a very frightening thing to experience. If you dream that a serial killer is trying to attack…”


Sewage – “Sewage is some really disgusting stuff. The majority of people has never actually come into contact with raw sewage and has no idea the…”


Sewer – “For sewer, see Sewage. The sewer in particular is a dark and dank place that is both scary and interesting. The problem with the sewer…”


Sewing – “Sewing is the symbol of motherly care and nurturing. While gender roles are typically unfair, this does not keep sewing from being…”


Sex – “Sex is at the root of every instinct that humanity has ever known. Sex is a symbol of creation and destruction. If you dream you are…”


About Author

Stephen is a self confessed dream junkie that loves all things dream related. He is a writer for Dream Stop and has been working in the field of dreams for the past decade. He believes that the YOU are the only person who can truly understand the meaning of your dreams. You have to look inside your inner thoughts to find the hidden truths in your dream. These interpretations are for entertainment purposes only. Stephen's interpretations should be considered an opinion, not professional advice.

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