Errands in dream meaning | Dream interpretation


My Dream Interpretation | myjellybean

To dream that you are running errands signifies happiness and understanding from your family.

If you dream about sending someone on an errand, it is a warning not to neglect someone you love, or you will surely lose them.

New American Dream Dictionary | Joan Seaman - Tom Philbin

1. Willingness to help others.

2. If the dreamer is running the errands, a good marriage.

Strangest Dream Explanations | Dream Explanations - Anonymous

Dreams about running errands, either those you’ve completed or those you actually need to do, reflect that you are processing the data of the day. This dream reflects your desire to get it all in, to catch up, and keep your head above water. See Processing Dreams.

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation | Gustavus Hindman Miller

To go on errands in your dreams, means congenial associations and mutual agreement in the home circle.

For a young woman to send some person on an errand, denotes she will lose her lover by her indifference to meet his wishes.

The Complete Dream Book | Gillian Holloway

A maid who sends someone on an errand in a dream may regard this as an omen that through her indifference she will lose her lover.



Errands | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Errands



Dreamers Dictionary

Vision: Looking at shoes: you have a lot of errands to run. Putting on a pair of comfortable shoes: you are going to be successful. Wearing shoes that are too right: the road ahead is going to be hard. Finding a shoe: you will meet a stranger. Giving a pair of shoes as a gift: you either want to get rid of that person or that person is going to walk away from you. Buying a pair of shoes: you have a long way to go before you reach your goal; promises other people have made will not be kept. Looking at worn-down shoes: exercise great care when solving an unpleasant situation.

The dream also means that you are unhappy or dissatisfied with your present situation. See Running.... Dreamers Dictionary

The Element Encyclopedia

Whether you left home at sixteen, eighteen or thirty-five, there will have been a point in your life when you struck out on your own. Your dreams during that period would have reflected your urge for independence and sense of adventure, mingled with the fear and uncertainty about your ability to cope on your own. In your early twenties, your dreams may therefore center on battles of some kind. They may also focus on your ability to perform well at school or work. The characters in your dream are likely to be less well focused than your own, suggesting that your adult identity is yet to emerge.

Dreams at this time may also be marked by separation anxiety. This is because most twenty-somethings do not yet have a strong sense of identity; their dreams will therefore reflect a wish to become a child again, go home or avoid growing up in some way. For example, you may dream of your grown-up self being back in your childhood bed, with your mother reading you a fairy story.

Such dreams may be viewed as an attempt by your dreaming mind to fulfill parental functions yourself; in other words learning to take care of yourself in a responsible caring way.

One’s twenties are also the decade in which we try on possible relationships and careers to see if we can find the perfect fit; not surprisingly, your dreams during this life stage may reflect your concerns and anxieties, often containing scenes and situations that are frantic and frustrating. Your focus may be on split- second mistakes, such as taking wrong turns in a vehicle, being unable to find your keys, going to the wrong examination room and so on.

By the time we reach our early thirties, we tend to be more realistic about what we can do in life and what constitutes a perfect partner; your dreams will reflect a sense of resignation but may also start to contain elements of frustration. Conflicts between what you hoped for and reality may be played out in your dreams. Many of us decide to have children in our twenties and thirties; this decision can stimulate some interesting dreams.

If you are not in your twenties or early thirties, a dream about this stage in life may reflect a longing for excitement and adventure, whether you are a teenager or a pensioner.

One very common dream during our thirties is that of missing a plane or train. In this dream, you have packed your bags, rushed to check in but there is trouble with your ticket, seating, ID or passport. Eventually you manage to break free and run for the gate but the flight, boat or train leaves without you. This kind of dream is very common for people who are juggling responsibilities and trying to advance their careers; the plane in the dream represents your ability to move to the next stage in your career. The frustration and disappointment in the dream reflects an internal experience rather than a situation in waking life.

If you have this dream, your dreaming mind is telling you that running faster, working harder or taking on more responsibilities is not always a solution.

Many young mothers have nightmares in which they go off to do some errands and completely forget their child or children in a restaurant, office or shop. Such a dream may be a warning that you have taken on too much. It could also be urging you to focus more on the important things in life (your children) and less on the details (your errands).

If you have this dream, try and see if you can adjust your routine so that you do not neglect what is most precious to you. See also BIRTH AND CHILDHOOD; RELATIONSHIPS; SCHOOL AND WORK.... The Element Encyclopedia


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