Dream About Hair: Zhougong’s Dream Dictionary

By | August 14, 2013

Dream about having grey / white hair is a symbol of sadness and unhappiness.

Dream of washing the hair with shampoo heralds that sorrow will pass and a current problem will be solved.

Dream about using a comb to smooth, arrange, or fasten the hair means that life will be happy and comfortable.

Dream about short hair suggests that the current bad luck will be temporary.

For a wife to dream about long hair, represents that the dreamer will enjoy happy and durable love with her husband.

For a woman to dream of hair loss or hair cut, betokens that the dreamer might suffer from sorrow and loneliness.

Dream about being dragged on hair represents that the dreamer might be separated from his/her loved one because of a misfortune.

Dream about a face being covered up by long hair indicates that the fortune and luck in behavior and expression will decrease. Misunderstandings and disputes may happen.

To dream that your hair is turning grey is a good omen indicating that you will have good health. Enjoy your life!

Dream about hair dropping means that the relationship between friends is weakened. A best friend may gradually alienate with you.

Dream about visiting the barber implies that there will be imminent appointments or dating.

Dream about doing wave hair is a harbinger of declining luck in making money. For example, the unexpected outgoing activities may increase or the lent money may not be collected back.

Dream about low rolled updo hair means a secret love relationship will become known to others.

To dream that your hair is growing longer is a bad omen indicating that illness or poverty is coming.

To dream that someone else’s hair is growing longer means that the dreamer may be tired of the secular life.

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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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