Zhougong’s Dream Dictionary: The meanings and hints of dreaming about paralysis

By | August 14, 2013

 dreaming about paralysis

Dreaming about paralysis due to stroke means you will be bothered by family matters.

Dreaming about your friend’s getting hemiplegia means that your friend needs your help.

Dreaming about your wife’s getting paralyzed means that your child may get sick.

Dreaming about enemy suffering from hemiplegia in pain indicates that you will make a success.

Dreaming about treatment of paralysis represents successful business or property management.

Staffs’ dreaming about having hemiplegia means that the boss will not be satisfied with the employees.

Patient dreamed paralyzed in bed – the condition will improve.

Patient’s dreaming about many paralyzed means that he or she will encounter various difficulties.

Dreaming about taking care of the paralyzed means that you can get rich by trading drugs / medicine.

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.

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