Uncover Hidden Dream Meanings
Being poor symbolizes being without in life.
In a dream it can be an omen of loss financially but more often than not it represents a loss or a lacking in your emotional pool. Being poor financially usually represents being poor in heart or spirit. For those, even with all of the money in the world, without someone to share it with and sanity to appreciate it then you are poor indeed.
In this dream you may have
- Lose all of your money.
- Scrounge for change.
- Beg for food.
- Have no place to live.
- Are living off of barely anything.
- File for bankruptcy.
- Gamble of your money away.
Positive changes are afoot if
- You are helped – as in given money, food, or shelter.
- You work your way out of being poor.
- You are poor but still comfortable and able to find peace.
Detailed dream meaning
Being poor in a dream indicate that: there is a part of your own self that you are not feeling fulfilled in. Being poor isn’t bad as such, as sometimes it can indicate simplification that is needed in your own life. When you reach out in life and you overextend yourself then you are asking for repercussions. Your dream can be a warning for you in your real life.
When you are at a loss for money in a dream, this can be very confusing and some people will want to think that it is an indication of losing money or going to go broke. However, keep in mind that dreams are not always meaning what they appear to. Often losing money in a dream can indicate a good thing in the waking life for you
This dream is in association with the following scenarios in your life
- Being emotionally empty or run down
- Over extending yourself
- Financial loss
- Loss in other areas of your life – emotional or spiritual
- Finding possibilities ahead
- Creating change or reinventing yourself
- Reaching beyond your means
Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of ‘poor’
Sad. Lonely. Helpless. Suicidal. Loss. Scared. Unsure. Remedial. Blemished. At Fault. Listless. Unmotivated. Tested. Successful. Winning. Better. Improving. Caution.
By Flo Saul
Oct 12, 2012