DREAM DICTIONARY - Cards :Look throuh the list of words and phrases below as they are all associated with "cards." These words are generally much more relevant to your feelings. People ask why they are having a dream about cards when that dream maybe linked to something much more relevant like "a wish for better luck" or "I want to take chances".
WORD ASSOCIATIONS: "chance", "better luck", "pleasant pastime", "card-shark", "losing money", "loser", "gambling", "taking risks"
Try to think of a quote which both captures an important feeling from yesterday and which also uses a word listed above. Think of a phrase like "I deserve better LUCK in life" or "I was thinking last night how you make your own LUCK in life. In the end everyone has the same opportunities". All of the words are known to link to the symbolic meaning of cards in dreams.
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : Playing cards for money in a dream was linked to the dreamer being ashamed that he was on welfare. The previous day he had been humiliated because of this by someone who told him to "go out and get a job". In the dream the dreamer was a cardshark and so was the worst kind of poor on welfare, a good for nothing swindler.
Example dream : The dreamer had just been talking to her first ever boyfriend. The cards were a symbol for the opportunities that we have in life - she was thinking about how things might have been different. The symbolism worked on the metaphor "If I was dealt a different hand."
Example dream : Winning at cards was a symbol of the dreamers belief in providence. She felt she was destined to get back together with her ex. Cards linked in with metaphors like "my luck must change."
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