Interpretation: “Cans”

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    • #20970

      Dream #1 Cans
      I saw lots of cans on the right wall. Gray colors

      Dream #2 Purple Can
      I saw a large dark purple can. I said “there’s nothing in the can” as I was holding it in my right hand.

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      In the future (right side) there will be an obstacle (wall) that needs to be overcome, Which is the negative actions (right side) of people who are divided with contradictory views (gray). But there is the opportunity and ability to handle spiritual issues in the body of Christ through giving to others (right hand) the Revelation From heaven, which brought reconciliation between man and God by his blood (purple). The revelation of the person and spirit of Jesus Christ. This is the act of the love of God the Father. Presenting God’s love, which will overcome. This “can” needs to be filled with more knowledge and love of God.

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      Basie Martins

      Hi Sparkle,

      Excellent interpretation! As we know, containers are all about containing spiritual blessings (when positive) and bad things (when negative) or as in this case, nothing (because the emphasis here was the empty can that is supposed to be filled with “reconciliation between man and God by his blood” (purple can).

      In dreams and visions, right means the correct or positive or good decision. Moving to the right means something is coming and it is positive, so by (right (the future) above, it appears that you were moving to the right so you have this spot-on. Also, you indicated negative actions with the right leg, which is also spot-on because the right leg does indicate actions that can be negative or positive. Well done! (Many people struggle a bit with the differences in meanings between right and left, moving to the right or left and symbols in the right or left areas of the visionary field. There are quite some differences in meanings between these aspects or principles of direction and position.

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