DREAM DICTIONARY - Attention :Wanting to draw attention to something shows that something is really important to you. Think of something from yesterday which you really wanted people to know about. Not paying attention to something could mean that you realised that something was important to someone else and you should have respected their strong views. Giving someone attention could suggest that you are thinking about that person. Maybe you wanted to make them feel special yesterday? Maybe you value their opinion and want to encourage them?
KEY WORDS :something is important to you, a special person, loud and noisy, childish behaviour, make a priority, something needs highlighting, a cause, misbehaving Try to think of ways in which these key words have relevance to your day to day life. Think of phrases like "I know I behaved badly and that's just caused problems"
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : In one dream the dreamer was getting lots of attention fro a very attractive woman. In real life the dreamer was getting lots of attention from people amazed by his computer skills. They were endlessly praising him and he was becoming very popular.
Example dream : Not paying attention symbolised the dreamers realisation that she had acted inappropriately. She had locked herself in her room whilst being a guest in someone else's house.
Example dream : A woman who blows a whistle to attract attention in a dream was symbolic of some very loud and childish behaviour from someone the dreamer knew.
Example dream : Trying to get her mothers attention when bitten by a rat symbolised the dreamers wish that more could be done for the poor. She had visited a shelter the day before and was shocked by the poverty
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