DREAM DICTIONARY - Football :Football could symbolise any male type atmosphere where male aggressions and attitudes are dominant.
QUESTIONS to help you make associations(pick the one that makes most sense to you)
- Was there some issue yesterday were everyone took sides?
- Is there a strong sense of team at your workplace?
- Are you living in a very male orientated atmosphere?
KEY WORDS : Taking sides, supporting, team spirit, male atmosphere
KEY PHRASES(Pick a quote which captures your feelings right now. Think especially of the day before the dream) :
- "I do not want to let my colleagues down as we have a strong team spirit"
- "they all support me"
- "we all took sides"
- "we have not got a chance to show our emotions as its a very male atmosphere"
- "they keep standing up to me"
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : A dream about football linked to the dreamers thoughts about her boyfriend and his room mates - it was a very male atmosphere. The dreamer wanted her boyfriend to start expressing his emotions and feelings yet all his friends all tended to hide their emotions and act tough.
Example dream : A dream in which the dreamer is playing football linked to him having lots of energy during the middle of the night. He would never have the energy to play soccer any more as he suffered from tiredness. Dreams will spot changes in our health and mood and this dream caught this feeling "I feel like I have lots of energy for a change. I feel like I want to go and have a game of football." Of course the dream was simply about him feeling full of energy. He was not likely to go out and play football he was far too old for that. Dreams are about your emotions and emotionally he felt much younger and full of energy for this short period.
Example dream : A dream where the dreamer is playing football like he used to do in his younger days linked to him feeling his age. He was feeling very old and tired and wished he was young again. (he wished he could play football again)
Example dream : A dream about Football took place when the dreamer was thinking about his age. He was getting old and he had to stop making excuses, he had to accept that younger and tougher people were coming along. Sport was a symbol of health and youth, which were now disappearing from the dreamers life.
Example dream : A football dream linked to the really strong team spirit at work.
Example dream : A football match dream linked to the dreamer feeling he had let a lot of people down. The football was symbolic of strong team spirits and people sticking together.
Example dream : A dream about football players was linked to several guys at work complaining about the dreamers authority at work. The football players were symbolic of this ./boisterous atmosphere at work with people saying openly what they felt.
Example dream : A dream about football supporters took place as the dreamer was thinking how he was imposing his ideas at work. The football supporters were symbols of his fear that people would gang up on him.
Example dream : A University of Texas football player in a dream linked to the dreamer living in a flat with her boyfriend and his friend. The atmosphere in the house was very macho. The football player was symbolic of this macho culture in the house.
Example dream : A dream where the dreamer was playing football linked to him waking up wanting to go to the toilet. He was kicking in bed which indicated how urgently he needed to go. Football was symbolic of something which the dreamer was thinking about which involved kicking. In this case it indicated that the dreamer was agitated whilst asleep.
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