DREAM DICTIONARY - Store :Simply speaking we go into a shop and we choose the things we want from the range of goods that are available. Shops in dreams represent the things that we wish to achieve. They also take note of the effort that we wish to put into achieving something. If the goods are cheap then we maybe have little time or few resources available to us.
In a simple sense the shop represents your options at the moment and some thought connected to those options. Do you worry that you have spent far too much time on something and need to cut and run? Do you want to fix a relationship? Are you trying to show others that all their options are open? Have you realised that you have had a bad deal in some way?
Also the shop represents the things that you want and thoughts connected to those. Did you think of something that you really wanted yesterday? Are you thinking how you will spend your free time? Is a hobby losing your interest and you are thinking how to spend that time better?
Shops may also represent your thoughts in connection with a group or committee of people and the options available to them. Do you tend to talk too much? Can no one ever agree?
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Example dream : A store in a dream linked to the dreamer wishing for more freedom at work. His boss had just been on holiday and he had got used to doing as he pleased. (eg having more 'choice')
Example dream : Wanting to see your brother in a store linked to the dreamer thinking about her changing relationship with her brother as he had just moved out
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