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DREAM ABOUT SHOPPING

Shopping in your dreams is common and often symbolizes your needs and wants. If you dream of going shopping or being in a store, it is helpful to know what this dream means so that you can apply this wisdom to situations in your daily life.

These are some of the common meanings Dreaming about shopping

  • Choices and Options: Do you have many options while shopping? Is there something in your life where you need to make a choice or decision?
  • Needs and wants: Do you know what you want and what you need? Do you get what you want from life?
  • Shopping Cart: To see a full shopping cart in your dream symbolizes that you are fulfilling your needs. Seeing an empty cart symbolizes indecision or lack of satisfaction.
  • Finances : Are your finances in good shape? Does shopping make you worry about money? Your shopping experience in your dream may reflect your financial situation.
  • Search for a solution to a problem: Looking for something while shopping symbolizes the need to find a solution to a problem. Are you able to find what you are looking for in the store? Do the items you are buying solve a problem you are facing?

What are you buying?

In addition to knowing the general symbology of the meaning of shopping, you may also want to pay close attention to what type of store you are shopping in the dream.

Grocery shopping: Shopping symbolizes that you are trying to provide for others. Edibles can indicate a need for food or to make better decisions about your health and nutrition. If you are dreaming about apples, that could have a different meaning than if you are buying alcohol in a dream, as one is considered healthy and the other is not.

Clothes shopping : Shopping for clothes in a dream symbolizes your image, or how you may be trying to change your appearance. It can also symbolize that you are looking for a solution so that others see you as your true self or see your full potential. Buying clothes can mean that you are trying to decide how to present yourself to others.

Shopping in a bookstore: A bookstore can mean that you are looking for information to make a choice. You may be looking for something that gives you confidence with knowledge. Understanding what it means to dream about books can also give you a greater understanding of what your dream is.

Buying a house or items to improve it: If you are buying a house or furniture, it can be helpful to understand this in a dream. For example, dreaming of buying a house could mean that you are looking for different options for yourself to make some changes in life.

You may also want to look at different parts of a house, such as furniture or other decorative items. The type of store you are shopping at can give you many clues. Is it a convenience store? Are you taking shortcuts or avoiding a challenge in your current life? If it is a large department store it can also be different from a small boutique than a small business.

Additional questions to ask about purchases:

Asking yourself these questions can help you understand the meaning of your shopping dream. Your own personal associations are very important to consider when interpreting dreams! What do you think about shoppingDo you shop until you drop or do you see shopping as a chore?

Your personal feelings about shopping will give you an idea of ​​what it means in your dream. What is going on in your life right now? Think of the last days. Is there anything in your life that resembles the shopping of your dreams? Are you facing decisions to make or are you looking for something? Shopping is often a symbol for making a choice or searching for something in your life. Think carefully about the direction your life is taking, are you looking for something or is there a choice you need to make soon?

Have you ever worked in retail? For some people, especially if you worked in a store or other retail environment, shopping could be related to your job . Are you passionate about your current job? Do you have a job that you like or don’t like? Are you currently deciding whether to start a new job or a career change?

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