Dream About Addiction
Dreaming about addiction is a sign of your ability to control and rein in your animalistic nature. You may need to let go of old sentiments and start again. Even though those around you believe you will fail, you are succeeding. A dream can be a form of communication with another person or with your conscious mind. You may be forced to confront issues you’ve been avoiding.
Addiction represents your feelings of being exploited or that you are causing problems. Obstacles to achieving your objectives are unavoidable. Your hidden emotions may be coming to the surface. The dream conjures up images of danger, evil, or death. Maybe you’ll have to point someone in the right direction.
Addiction in a dream [being abnormally tolerant of and dependent on something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming (especially alcohol or narcotic drugs)] emphasizes stability and unchanging attitudes. Your dream is a metaphor for your difficulties, accepting and loving yourself. It’s past time for you to open your eyes and refuse to be stepped on. You may be doing things the hard way. It would be best to put some distance between yourself and these other people.
Dreaming about addiction [an unusually high yearning] is a sign that you need to address latent hostility. It would help if you started living a more active lifestyle. You need to figure out how to simplify your life. Your dream expresses your apprehension and reluctance to choose a specific route. Any new adjustments that arise are welcomed.
Addiction is a metaphor for your protective and defensive character [(Roman law) a formal award by a magistrate of a property or person to another person (as the award of a debtor to his creditor; surrender to a master]. You like to sit back and let things unfold rather than take command. Everything around you is speeding quickly, but you can’t keep up. Sometimes your dreams are an expression and release of your own basic needs. You or someone else is putting up a show.
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