DREAM DICTIONARY - Infested :If something is 'infested' then it will often describe some part of your life. More importantly it will show how you relate to some problem in your life. Generally, an infestation is connected with something bad like insects or sharks. It could be a metaphor for some problem which you cannot get away from. It may even symbolise some problem which continually affects you. You have maybe been affected so badly that any fears that have developed are now constant. Perhaps you were abused in the past and now you cannot develop relationships properly?
KEY WORDS :unmotivated, untidy,lowlife,uncaring, in a rut,not coping,dirty, poor,low quality of life,sinister,tarnished reputation(Try to write sentences which describe your feelings and also feature at least one of the words or phrases above. For instance, if you were thinking how "lacking in motivation you have been" then clearly the word unmotivated could be the key to understanding your infestation dream and its symbolic meaning)
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : A rat infested home linked to the dreamer feeling embarrassed the day before when his friend turned up and was shocked by how untidy he was.
Example dream : Shark infested waters symbolised the dreamers continuing doubts about relationships with men. She had had some bad experiences and was not really ready to start a new relationship.
Example dream : A rotting body infested with insects was symbolic of the dreamers severe alcohol problem. The previous day he had been thinking how he was not looking well and the drink was starting to get to him. His body was infested with alcoholic poisons.
OTHER LINKS rat dreams insects dreams flies dreams wasps dreams poison dreams pest dreams fumigate dreams outbreak dreams buzzard dreams riddled dreams smear dreams beetle dreams partial dreams
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