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Dream Interpretation: Number 5

The past week has been hard... there was typhoon and consequently no water and electricity for three days. Add it up to the recent work assignment that I dread the most--accounting and finance. And maybe because of the many thoughts about the new responsibility, it already seeps into my dream.

When the power supply was back last Saturday, I swore the weekend will be the time I will renew my solemn vow with my bed. And so I did. I had a full 3-hour nap in the afternoon and it was the first time I dreamed about getting a harsh tattoo.

I could no longer remember the details of the entire dream because I guess those are already irrelevant. All I can remember is someone grabbed my right arm and tattooed my wrist with a huge number 5 using a really sharp blade. But, I did not bleed. It hurt but it did not bleed. When I looked at my wrist, the number 5 was already a scar.

According to dreammoods.com, seeing numbers in your dream means material gains and possessions. It could also mean that you are being analytic or rational or you must evaluate situations more thoroughly. It could also symbolize a significant date, age, address or lucky number.

It is also important to note that odd numbers are more aggressive than even numbers. The number 5 symbolizes persuasiveness, spontaneity, boldness, action and humanity. It could also represent the 5 senses, thus it may tell you to be more sensitive. It may also reflect a change in path or you need to alter your course.

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