Dream of a river on the one hand could be a symbol of birth, nourishing and creativity; on the other hand, dream about a river may be related to lust.
Dream of crossing a river represents that the dreamer is about to enter into a new phase of life or achieve self-transcendence.
For a businessperson to dream of crossing a river, denotes that the dreamer will be able to make a turnaround.
For a married woman to dream of crossing a river, heralds that the dreamer will conceive a boy.
Dream about gurgling water is indicative of having great happiness and pleasure.
Dream of a clear and sparkling river in the sun foretells economic prosperity.
Dream of a muddy river implies that the dreamer may have some insincere friends or need to deal with dishonesty in a relationship.
Dream of seeing the waterfall in a river is a good omen indicating that a wish will come true and everything will be going smoothly.
Dream of falling in a river suggests that the dreamer might be faced with some family issues.
Dream about jumping down in to a river reminds the dreamer to exert more self-control and avoid impulses.
Dream of walking along the river indicates that the dreamer may be seeking for an answer.
Dream of swimming down a river is a good omen foretelling that the dreamer will have good fortune in all undertakings.
Dream of swimming up a river symbolises that the dreamer might experience relationship stress.
Dream of finding out a body in the river means that the dreamer is happy and rich but troubles can come in a sudden.
Dream of diving into a river is an ill omen indicating that the dreamer might have a sudden illness, be careful and pay more attention to health!
Dream of wading through a shallow river suggests that there may be change in personality.
Dream of camping next to a river denotes that the dreamer may go swimming or hiking lately.
For a single woman to dream of being on a boat on the river, tells that the dreamer will have a very considerate husband.
ZhouGong’s Dream Dictionary
In the Chinese culture, dreams are linked with a virtual person called ZhouGong after a popular book ZhouGong’s Dream Dictionary which has been passed down from thousands of years ago. The book categorizes seven types of dream that people usually have during sleep. With thousands of years of history, ZhouGong’s Dream Dictionary has been popular in China as well as in the Chinese communities for its excellence in explaining different dreams in particular those unusual and weird. While some believe that the book shows people’s superstition, others believe that the objects or scenes that show up in dreams have close relationship with the dreamer’s health or mental status.
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