Dream About Head: Interpretations In Zhougong’s Dream Dictionary

By | November 9, 2014

Dream of the head is a symbol of authority, social position, dignity and wisdom.

Dream about putting hands over head is a good omen indicating that success will be approaching.

Dream of having a bigger head may suggest that the dreamer’s social position and identity will be enhanced, the dreamer may hold an enviable title soon.

Dream of repeatedly looking at your own head in the mirror indicates that the you might get promoted or hold a key position in the future.

Dream of someone else’s well-groomed head means that the dreamer pays attention to other people’s social status and wants to get to know the rich and powerful.

Dream of looking at a family member’s back of the head may be an indication of alienation of relationships. Dream of looking at a deceased family’s back of the head could be a harbinger of a deep sense of loss and sadness.

Dream of looking at a kid’s head represents that the dreamer looks forward to a carefree life with simple joy.

Dream about having two heads is a good omen indicating that the dreamer will get a quick promotion.

Dream of keeping your head down symbolises that you might be in need of help.

Dream of getting a headache or head injury betokens that the dreamer might be worrying about something recently.

Dream of bleeding from a head wound means that the dreamer might encounter some major setbacks.

Dream about someone attempting to cut your head warns that the mouth is the gate of misfortune and evil. Be cautious!

Dream of washing the hair is a good omen indicating that worries and problems will be over and good news will come.

Dream of the head being separated from the body signals that the dreamer is unable to find a solution to a problem and thus feel confused.

Dream of a mountain placed on top of your head is a good dream indicating that you will have good luck for wealth.

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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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