Dream Interpretation: Fiend, Fish, Friend


I had a very emotional dream last night.

I confronted a past lover about some property that I invested. I found out he had it leased without my permission. I slapped him so many times on his face while there were flashbacks of the many evil things he did to me. He said sorry but I did not accept his apology. I walked out of the place fuming with anger.

The next scene of my dream was at a pond where there are plenty of fishes. The water was so clear that I could see all the fishes swimming about. I sat on a boulder and leaned to touch the water. Fishes began to swam towards me. I tried to catch them but they just slip away.

The last scene of my dream was at a restaurant where I met my two best buds. We chatted and laughed. They made me forget my very emotional encounter.

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According to Dream Moods, to dream of a former lover signifies unresolved issues with the person. Perhaps your current relationship is awakening some of those same issues. Being angry in your dream may have been carried over in your waking life as dreams function as a safe outlet where you can express your strong and negative emotions.

To see fish swimming in your dream signifies insights from the subconscious. To catch a fish represents insights which have been brought to the surface. Also, a fish swimming may symbolize conception. Fish is also an ancient symbol of Christianity and its beliefs. It may also imply an elusive situation. It could also mean the old adage "there are plenty of other fish in the sea" with regards to some relationship issue.

Friends in a dream signifies aspects of your personality that you have rejected but are ready to incorporate and acknowledge. It could also mean positive news. Alternatively, it signifies regression into your past where you had no responsibilities, where things are much simpler and carefree. You may have been wanting to escape the pressures and stresses of adulthood.

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