DREAM DICTIONARY - Newcastle :Newcastle and all towns beginning with the word 'New' can be significant as a pun. They show you thinking in new ways or thinking about a new hobby. What is new in your feelings? Whats new in your life?
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : Newcastle was a symbol for the new situation in the dreamers life linked to a new friendship.
Example dream : A dream in Newcastle was symbolic of a new phase in a dreamers relationship with someone. He had made it clear that he wanted some money paying back. They were now staying friends and so the dreamer was trying to work out how the relationship would progress from now on.
Example dream : Newcastle in dream linked to a new phase in a friendship. The dreamer was going on what seemed like a date with his female friend. Newcastle symbolised this 'new' phase in this friendship.
Example dream : Newcastle in a dream was a wordplay on the 'new' situation in her life as she faced some serious health issues.
Example dream : A dream about Newcastle symbolised a 'new' mood in the dreamer as he was trying to adjust to having more free time (he was a workaholic).
Example dream : Newcastle in a dream could be a play on words - hinting at the dreamers belief that life had changed for good. He was getting permanent pain and there was no end in sight). (it was a NEW situation - NEW being the first three letters of Newcastle).
Example dream : In one dream the dreamer was on a rough and tough council estate in Newcastle. In real life he had felt intimidated the previous night by how many rough lads were walking around. This was just random and coincidence but it still made the dreamer think. Newcastle seems a symbol link to something that was new that the dreamer was noticing.
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