Dreaming about one’s own hands become long and strong means a coming success in career.
Dreaming about one’s own hands been cut off means one will be able to get help from God.
Dreaming about one’s own hands become red means smooth career in particular for those working in the government.
Dreaming about weakness in one’s own hands is the omen of illness.
Dreaming about holding money in hands means becoming rich.
Woman dreaming about her own hands becoming hard means a strong and hard life (in Chinese culture, one with a hard life may attract difficulties and could bring bad luck to those around him or her).
Dreaming about shaking hands with strangers means making new friends.
Dreaming about cutting one’s own fingers means one will become the winner in love.
Dreaming about fingers being hurt by steam means being jealous of others.
Dreaming about a multi-fingered hand means guests are coming.
Dreaming about one’s own fingers become longer means a thriving business.
Dreaming about shorter finger means living in poverty.
Dreaming about distorted finger means taking bribes and cheating money.
Dreaming about bleeding fingers means money will be cheated.
Dreaming about the thick and dense hair on hands or leg means difficulties in love.
Dreaming about hands and feet being tied up means relationships may become troublesome. Friends may deliberately spread your illness.
Dreaming about a ruffian on hand means wealth will increase rapidly.
Zhougong’s Dream Dictionary
In the Chinese culture, dream is linked with a virtual person called Zhougong after a popular book “Zhougong’s Dream Dictionary (周公解梦) which has been passed down from thousands of years ago. The book categorizes seven types of dream that people usually have during sleeping. With thousand of years’ history, Zhougong’s Dream Dictionary (周公解梦) 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 our dream have close relationship with what have happened within our body (e.g. health status), in daily life, or mental status.
Zhougong is an important character in the Chinese Confucian culture which had long dominated the Chinese culture. Zhougong was closely linked with the dream, and often dream has been as referred as Zhougong’s dream, meeting Zhougong is equivalent to sleeping or having a rest.