DREAM DICTIONARY - Purse :Actually purses can often have quite literal meanings. A purse dream may be your minds way of saying "I am short of money" or "this is going to cost me money." Look at the list below of emotions and thoughts that can be linked to "purse" dreams.
KEY WORDS and PHRASES :
- "its going to need money"
- "I having been thinking about acessories"
- "they are all wanting money off me"
- "I am so broke at the moment"
- "she only ever thinks about money"
- "we are short of funds"
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : Dreams can have simple and litral meanings. The dreamer had been thinking about hard times to come and so a purse could be a symbol of this expected financial hardship.
Example dream : A strange dream about a baby dying in a purse took place whilst the dreamer was worrying about money. So the purse seemed to link to issues surrounding money. Try to simplify dreams symbols. In this case we can translate the symbolic meaning of the "purse" into "money issues" and we can then see how this dream is firmly linked to real life worries about money. The dreamer had been expecting some money through but it never arrived. The dream therefore seems to have captured this exact thought "I was so happy to have this money come through but was so disappointed when it did not turn up."
Example dream : Leaving her purse with others symbolised the dreamers fears of moving in with her boyfriend and depending on him financially.
Example dream : Losing her purse symbolised the dreamers worries about her health. She knew she would lose her health because of a progressive lung disease. She would lose both money and her identity because of this ill health. Also it would send your life into confusion
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