DREAM DICTIONARY - Knock :Knocking in real life may have several meanings so its not easy to say what knocking in dreams means. But the same rules apply to the different senses in which we use word. try to think of situations which are relevant to the symbol and what emotions and thoughts it maybe linked to.
If someone knocks on a door then what does this evoke in your mind? What feelings could this represent? Knocking on a door may suggest that you want to contact someone who you haven't seem for a long time and so capture the feeling "I really should get in contact with John as we are good friends and it would be a shame to lose his friendship". It may link to a situation which is awkward and is making you worry e.g. knocking on your headmasters door may suggest that you have been bad. Knocking on a door may also capture the feeling of nerves as you build up the courage to do something which is difficult.
We also use word "knock" in different ways and these will of course have different meanings. Think of ways in which you might use the word e.g. "I have taken several knocks and need a rest " and "in this business you must be prepared to take a knock" and "I took a knock but I am determined to get going again". Think also of ways in which the same themes are relevant e.g. "that was a hard day – I worked really hard". Your dream maybe a way of pointing to these exact feelings right now e.g."Yesterday I took a knock and its affected my confidence"
KEY WORDS :nervous, resilience, getting in touch, criticism, hard day, low confidence (think of ways in which you might use these words to describe your feelings right now. If you can think of something then your dream maybe a symbolic representation of that exact thought)
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