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Money Dream Meanings-Money Dream Interpretation-Dream Interpretation

Updated on May 21, 2013

MONEY SYMBOLISM AND DREAMS


Money dreams are a very common dream theme that both men and women have. Money is very important to everyone and money is a symbol that is known everywhere. Money is important to us all because it is how we live. Money is used for everything. Money is used for shelter, eating, utilities, and everything else that we need in life. Since money plays such an important role in everyone's life, money dreams are quite common. In this article, we will discuss money dreams and money dream scenarios. We will also review money dream meanings and we will guide you in the correct path so you will be able to correctly interpret your dream about money.

More then likely, we all have had a dream or two about money. Money dreams can be common among the rich, the poor, and everyone in between. Dreaming about money is common because money is a very important resource in our life. We can't survive without it. Dreams about money can simply be our desire and want for money. However, money dreams can also symbolize emotions and warnings in our waking life. It is up to us too know the difference.




MONEY DREAM MEANINGS AND SCENARIOS


Money dreams can represent good and bad emotions in our waking life. There are a variety of different dream scenarios that we can have about money. We can dream about finding money, making money, or winning money. Money dreams can also portray us stealing money or giving money away. We can also have dreams about having a lot of money or being broke. Each one of these money dream scenarios have their own interpretations.

Most commonly, money dreams are a representation of our own emotions about money. Everyone views money differently. Money may be the most important thing in someone's life while another believes that money is the root of all evil. The way that you perceive money in your waking life is likely the way you will perceive it in your dreams. In the end, your dream about money represents your own emotions about money in your waking life.

If you win money in your dream, this can suggest that success and your goals are within reach. It is possible that your money dream represents prosperity in your life. Money dreams in this sense can refer to your current success or future success. What are your goals in life? Where do you want to be in life? Dreaming about money in this manner may also symbolize opportunity. Pay close attention to any opportunity that may come your way. This may be the chance that you have been waiting for.

If your spending money in your dream, this may represent your own spending habits in your waking life. If you are a big spender, your money dreams are more then likely an aspect of your waking life. Spending money in your dream can also suggest that you are looking for something in your life. What is it that you are searching for? Are you trying to find a better job, a partner, or work itself? You already know what you are looking for in your waking life. It is time to go get what you want and deserve.

MORE DREAM MEANINGS


If you dream that you are giving money away, this can suggest that love is needed in your waking like. Your money dream may also portray that you are seeking love or acceptance in your life. You may be searching for new love or to be loved. Do you feel accepted in your life? Many men and women have issues with family and friend. You may feel that need and urge to be accepted by a parent or spouse. At some point and time, we all need to feel acceptance in our life. We want to feel that we belong and that we are worthy of love.

If your money dream portrayed you stealing money, this can be a symbol of danger in your waking life. Your money dream in this sense is served as a warning sign. Dreaming about stealing money may represent the need to use caution in your waking life. You may be in a dangerous situation or perhaps your life style is lived dangerously. Make sure your careful and if you are living wrong, make sure your decisions are sound. Dreaming about stealing money can also represent positive emotions. Money dreams in this theme can represent the fact that you go get what you want in life. Your money dream can symbolize accomplishment, heart, and inner drive.

If you were broke in your money dream, this can represent that you are on the wrong path in life. Dreams about being broke suggest that you may feel like you are lost. This money dream can represent that you have lost your self-control and may represent a low self-esteem. Only you know what the situation is that makes you feel this way. It is important to try your best to resolve your personal issues.

If your money dream portrayed other people giving money, this may represent that you feel overlooked and unappreciated. Many of us have felt this way in our waking life. We can feel overlooked by a boss and unappreciated for our work. You may feel that others are ignoring your feelings and emotions. In many cases, there is no way to fix it. Other will perceive us in the way that they want to perceive us. The important thing to remember is the fact that we can't let this bother us. Know your value and don't be afraid to stand up for yourself when it is needed. Do everything in your life to the best of your ability and always hold your head high.

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      Richard Ricky Hale 4 years ago from West Virginia

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      Thank you all for your comments and for taking the time to read this article on money dreams. Think about it, money plays such a vital role in our life, it wouldn't be that uncommon to dream about it. In fact, we go to bed dreaming about it or wishing we had more. Frank, LOL!! You dawg you! Please watch where you step Frank, LOL Faith, always thank you for your votes/shares/time. Marlin, appreciate the comment, come on by. Rajan, thanks. I'm the same way, it doesn't take long for me to forget my dream. I always remember money dreams though :)

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 4 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      Very interesting read. Unfortunately by the time I get up I almost forget what I dreamt about.

      Voted up, interesting.

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      Marlin 55 5 years ago from USA

      Wonderful! You completely covered the topic of money here. I personally like to interpret my dreams so, I plan to read a lot more on what you've written on the subject of dreams.

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      Faith Reaper 5 years ago from southern USA

      Very interesting, the dreams about money and the interpretations of such. Oddly enough, I have never had a dream about money that I can remember.

      Voted up ++ and sharing

      God bless, Faith Reaper

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      yeah this is a common dream hell the other day I dreamt I was going to stumble on a great deal of money.. and boy did I.. at the beach I tripped over a 400 pound girl named Penny..:) great share Lyric always good to see this little series continue..

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