In this month’s column you will discover the dream meanings for money and treasure.
I dreamed my husband and I discovered unexpected money in the house. At first I felt in awe, then we both became very excited and happy. Am I going to find money? What’s the meaning of this dream?
What a wonderful dream! Our homes often are symbolic of our bodies; however, in your dream it could also represent your marriage. When it comes to dream interpretation, you are the best interpreter as you know yourself better than I do. Here are six possible meanings of the dream:
- Unexpected money will come for both you and your husband, which will be brought in a positive way.
- This dream might also be symbolic for the marriage. Perhaps, your marriage has become a little dull or predictable? The awe you felt could be you are surprised that there are still undiscovered treasures within the marriage.
- There are upcoming events, which will bring much joy into the marriage.
- The fact that the money was hidden is your dream telling you to look for the treasures that are in your marriage.
- Another way to analyze this dream is your marriage still brings much awe, joy, and happiness for both of you.
- Finally, if you are thinking of putting your house on the market, the value of your home is much more than what you think.
Whatever meaning feels right to you, please know that you and your husband are blessed.
Pamela’s Treasure Dream
My reader’s dream reminded me of similar dreams I had long ago about finding different types of treasure. These dreams baffled me until I began learning dream interpretation. The following is an excerpt from the chapter “Recurring Dreams” from my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams.
In my early to mid-twenties, I had a recurring dream. I was in a small room that had a ton of dressers with all types of drawers. I would open them and find all kinds of treasures. It was so exciting because I never knew what types of riches I would find and they were worth a lot of money. I would stuff the booty into my pockets, my purse, my bra, wherever I could. I was always so disappointed when I awoke.
One day, a few years later, after I had been working with dream symbolism for a while, I thought about my old recurring dreams. I had those dreams before I began my self-growth and spiritual journey. It occurred to me that the treasure hidden away in the drawers was symbolic of the riches that were inside of me. What I really had been doing in those dreams was looking for who I was. I then realized that the dreams stopped once I had started on my healing path. Isn’t that awesome?
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