DREAM DICTIONARY - Betray :WORD ASSOCIATIONS:
abandoned, history, mystery, sacrifice, meant, ferocity, trusted, cross-examination, allowed, overpowering, countenance, rabble-rouser, instantaneous, self-assurance, diplomatically, disappointing, unconcernedly, life-giving, disentangled, patronizing, philandering, unconscious, aggressive, responding, underneath, interviewed
Dreams make associations. Think of anything that comes to mind when you read through the list of word associations above. Dreams will especially link to recent thoughts and moods. If you can think of a way in which you might use one of these words then the dream may just capture that exact thought.
For instance, a "betrayal" dream could link to the word "disappointing" and the dream capture a thought like "Its been such a disappointing year. I feel so let down".
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : A dream in which the dreamers best friend betrays her was simply about her best friend betraying her in real life. The betrayal in the dream simply represented her thinking about a betrayal in real life which was on her mind. The dreams meaning featured this theme of "thinking about a betrayal" and captured this exact thought "She has betrayed me but the worst thing about the whole thing is that she thinks that she is innocent in it all."
Example dream : A betrayal in one dream linked to the dreamer knowing herself. She was trying to follow a strict diet but she knew herself too well and would give in to temptation. The betrayal symbolised her knowing that she would not be able to follow this strict diet and would give into temptations (she would betray herself).
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