Whether you dream of money notes that are floating around in the air, or you dream of notes that are falling out of your pockets, it is important to know the exact meaning of this type of dream. This dream can tell you a lot about your financial situation, and it can also give you an idea of what could happen in the future.
Forging money notes
During the second world war, two secretive forging operations were secretly running in Britain. The Jory gang was responsible for two thirds of Britain’s counterfeit money.
The most successful of these operations was a small business in Essex which used the official Bank of Portugal printing plates. The forgers used these to produce what was billed as the ‘highly realistic’ PS20 banknote. Using this note, they redistributed the counterfeits through the banking system.
It was not the most sophisticated operation in the history of mankind, but it did manage to get the attention of the police. As a result, a number of arrests were made and a lot of counterfeit banknotes were seized.
Giving away money
Seeing money in a dream can be an enjoyable experience. In the context of a monetary exchange, the frugally fortunate may not be a bad thing. Aside from the obvious financial benefits of the dream, it might be fun to be amongst the crowd, particularly if the dream has an endearing sexiest sexiest sexiest. This is particularly the case if you are an early-stage professional with an open mind. The dream might be the perfect time to unwind, especially if you are a bit on the fence about an ill-advised affair.
There is more to a dream about money than meets the eye. Luckily, the neophyte can easily learn the ropes with a little practice and the right kind of guidance.
Having a dream about stolen money can have various meanings. It can be a sign of success, or it can be a symbol of unrealized desires. This dream may also be a warning from the universe. Regardless of what it means, the fact is that stealing can be very meaningful and affect the lifestyle of the dreamer.
Stealing in a dream can also represent greed and envy. Getting caught in stealing can mean guilt and shame. Getting caught stealing in a dream also can represent a fear of failure. This fear may not be about financial failure, but a fear of failure in relationships or in life in general.
Floating in water
Floating in water as a dream signifies many things, from the mundane to the glamorous. The one of the most notable is that it is a good way to keep yourself from drowning in debt. As a seasoned finance professional, I can attest to the fact that a little bit of monetary forethought can go a long way. Floating in water also signifies a time of pause and reflection. I often find that this is the best time to take stock of my financial state of affairs and reassess my long and short term goals. Floating in water as a dream also signifies a good time to do a little shopping.
Often, dreams about finding coins refer to good luck. They can also refer to a treasure that is heading your way. They can also suggest something you want to do.
Money is a representation of power and control. It also represents self-confidence. Having a dream about money can encourage you to succeed in your endeavors. However, it is important to be cautious when investing.
In a dream, coins can represent emotional attachments, insecurity, and potential wealth. They can also indicate the presence of external forces. When you dream of finding coins, you may have a new beginning, or be ready to take a new step in your life.
Lending money to someone
Having a dream that involves lending money to a stranger may be a boon to both parties. In some cases, the borrower may reap the rewards of generosity and in others, the lender will have a more forgiving shoulder to lean on. Regardless of the outcome, the dream will have a way of making you feel good about yourself.
A dream about lending money to a stranger may also be a manifestation of your deepest fears. While this may not be the first thing that comes to your mind, it is actually a very common occurrence. The dream may be triggered by a tumultuous situation at home, a recent breakup, or even a bout with cancer.