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DREAM DICTIONARY - Complete :

Some dream symbols are easier to interpret than others. Dreams deal with common themes in your life. Take this example - a man has a dream about completing a task in an office. He says to himself he does not work in an office and never goes near them. The dream seems nonsense. But instead of concentrating on the word office you should concentrate on the word "complete." This is a much more common scenario than something to do with an office. Now ask yourself questions revolving around the word "complete." Have you just completed something? Has some task been harder to complete than thought?

KEY WORDS and PHRASES :
- "everything is ready now"
- "he has everything"
- "I need to do just a little more"
- "this is going to be a huge task"
- "it was done thoroughly"
- "complete silence" "complete anonymity" "complete respect"
- "comprehensive" "entirely"

EXAMPLE DREAMS

Example dream : A dream in which time is running out and it is impossible to complete an exam took place when the dreamer was unwell. Just recently he had been trying to pull himself together and see if he could manage working more. He had some success at this, but in the last day or two he was feeling very unwell. He was totally incapable of competing any work tasks within a reasonable time.


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This website has a huge collection of dreams. The accuracy of the dream symbolism depends on a huge huge number of practical examples. If you have a dream which you feel you understand then please send it to me at hairybobby@hotmail.com and I would be delighted to add it to the collection.

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