What does gambling mean in a dream?

What does gambling mean in a dream?

Dreaming that you lose money while gambling means you will be able to change your lifestyle and do something better with your life. Seeing yourself gambling in your dream is an unfortunate sign of damage.

This is a warning to prevent taking any risks. If the theme is a game of any sort, such as a card game like poker, then the warning is even more important. Any card game in your dream signifies that things are likely to take over in regard to your financial situation.

To dream that you win at a game of cards means that you will not have financial problems anymore. If you lose, this is a sign that you have problems with your loved one.

What does gambling mean in a dream?

Playing cards in your dream or seeing other people playing is a sign of arguments and debates. An ace of any kind in your dream predicts good news, and if you see many aces, this foretells lucky times. The ace of clubs represents a lack of friendship from others. The ace of hearts will bring you happiness in love. The ace of diamonds tells that you will receive money. The ace of spades means that you work hard and do not get paid enough. Dreaming that you have the joker in a card game means that you will allow a business rival to defeat you.

If you find​ yourself in a casino this can be associated with the choices you have made in waking life, that involve risk. In waking life, you may make a decision that can entail potential risk. To gamble is connected to your internal predictive powers as well as the ability to take a risk.

In your dream, you may have

  • Been gambling.
  • Seen others gambling.
  • Played cards.
  • Played poker.
  • Seen the ace card.
  • Seen different suits of ace cards.
  • Pulled a joker.

Positive changes are afoot if

  • You did not take any unnecessary risks in the game.
  • You stayed away from quarrels.
  • You paid attention to your gambling partner.

Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of gambling

Needing. Lucky. Tired. Challenged. Upset. Happy.

By Florance Saul
Oct 12, 2012