DREAM DICTIONARY - Cash :Our dream studies have revealed some interesting meanings to money dreams. We associate money with value and money dreams seem to deal with the theme of value in a wider sense. One money dream occurred when the dreamer had a low self esteem. Another money dream happened just after the dreamer had particularly valued a friends support and help. Another money dream happened the night after the dreamer had felt a sense of self satisfaction because people had valued his advice. So money dreams seem to occur when the dreamer has been thinking about someone's worth or when they have been dwelling on their own self worth.
Money dreams also tap into effort. Money is earned through hard work so giving money in a dream can translate into a willingness to put in lots of effort in some real life situation. One dream of giving money occurred just after the dreamer had decided to put in more time and effort at work. He had decided to take time and care over reports rather than rush them. He felt sure that this extra effort would pay off with better results. People say time is money so money is a symbol for effort. Other money dreams also occurred when the dreamer had been trying hard.
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : In one dream the dreamers bank books are discovered and everyone knows that she has money in the bank. This was an obvious theme in the dreamers life as she wanted people to think she was poor and did not have any money. Her brother was very short of money at the time and was wanting to lend money. He was not very reliable and was unlikely to pay it back. She was therefore trying to avoid him.
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