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Dream symbols - robbery
ROBBERY IN DREAMS: Understanding dreams is not so difficult. In practice dream symbols translate into certain words within the English language. For instance a "robbery" dream may simply capture an everyday thought such as "I really did get very emotional yesterday". In that way your dream picks out one features of drinking - they often get very emotional and say things that they would not normally say.
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In practice robbery has several symbolic meanings. Here is the full list.
- "wild behaviour" (if someone behaves wildly and recklessly then they are not too far away from braking the law. Has someone accused you of being out of control?)
- "wanting something for nothing" (Wanting something for nothing is the attitude that the criminal has. Has someone become your friend just because they wanted something off you? Who wanted something for nothing yesterday?)
- "completely distrusted" (No one trusts a thief -so a thief could be your minds way of saying you do not trust someone? You would not want them in your house! Have you come into contact with someone who you do not like or trust? Did you think - "I cannot trust anything they say" yesterday?)
- "selfish"(Stealing is the act of the selfish and so it may just be your minds way of saying "he is selfish")
- "get into trouble" (Stealing in a dream could be just your minds way of saying "you are in the wrong". Have you just broken some rule at work? Do you feel someone is to blame for something? Who is in the wrong right now?)
- "wanting something that you could never have" (Did you want something that you could never have yesterday? Think of this in the wider sense - did you really want a younger girlfriend? A better car?)
- "treating unfairly" (Stealing links into all kinds of negative behaviours. A stealing dream could simply be your way of saying "he treated he unfairly". We often think people have robbed us of all kinds of things in a wider sense. We say "he robbed her of her self respect")