Dream About Feet: Zhougong’s Dream Dictionary

By | September 13, 2013

Dream about bare feet denotes that the dreamer will get a good job.

Dream about someone else’s feet hints that the dreamer would use a good way to protect his/her rights.

Dream about cleaning / washing the feet signifies that the dreamer is a greedy person.

Dream of dirty feet indicates that the dreamer may get a feeling of disgust in a relationship.

Dream about foot injury is a bad omen indicating that the dreamer might encounter setbacks at work or become ill.

Dream of playing / kicking someone else’s feet means that the dreamer will be amused by others.

Dream about having scald in feet means that the dreamer might suffer from heavy losses because of some careless mistakes.

Dream about skin bubbles on feet heralds that the dreamer will be able to achieve his/her goals.

Dream about swollen feet implies that the dreamer might bear heavy debt burden.

Dream about having thick and dense hair on hands or leg means that the dreamer may encounter difficulties and challenges in a love relationship.

Dream about hands and feet being tied up tells that friends may deliberately spread your shortcomings.

Dream about having crippled feet is a warning sign indicating that the dreamer may be deeply troubled by malicious gossips.

Dream of one’s own feet being cut down means that there is chance the dreamer will become a government officer.

Dream of having extremely large feet is a portent of leading a healthy and peaceful life.

For a businessperson to dream about having a number of legs (more than two legs) means that the dreamer will be able to make a lot of money.
Dream of Feet

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.

Dream interpretations and dream meanings provided here are for entertainment purposes only. ChinaAbout.net makes no claim, nor endorses, the accuracy, intent or utility of any dream interpretation provided above.

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