DREAM DICTIONARY - Ruthless :WORD ASSOCIATIONS:
taken aback, incredible, assassin, aristocracy, help, watched, force, havoc, illegitimacy, tamed, attitude, haunted by, facebook, accept, stolen, harshly, capable, convenience, investigate, pursue, money, reprisals, recruit, replies, mistakes, predicted, opportunity, professional, proposals, power, open-minded, protection , unafraid, unbridled, tousle, training
Dreams make associations. Think of anything that comes to mind when you read through the list of word associations above. Dreams will especially link to recent thoughts and moods. If you can think of a way in which you might use one of these words then the dream may just capture that exact thought.
For instance, a "ruthless" dream could link to the words "taken aback" and "convenience" and the dream capture a thought like "I was taken aback by the way he treated my Grandma. He would only really come at his own convenience".
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : A dream in which the dream is in a slaughterhouse killing dogs linked to a moment the day before when the dreamer realised that he had to be more ruthless in life. Overall the dream captured this wider thought involving ruthlessness "I realised yesterday that I need to be more ruthless in life. This world demands a level of pushiness that does not come naturally to me"
Example dream : Acting ruthlessly in a dream symbolised the dreamers recent very ruthless and provocative actions towards some friends. He ruthlessly cut them off and gave them alternative when they were trying to calm the situation down.
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