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To dream of gold represents feelings about something in your life having the perception of being valuable, precious, or being an asset that is as "good as gold" no matter what. A universal or common perception of something being valuable to other people as well. A strong sense of secure value in something that other people easily accept. Feelings about a resource, relationship, skill, or financial savings being special about why it's valuable. A sense of something in your life being precious value that isn't easy to obtain that other people believe is precious as well. Someone or something precious to you. Feelings of wealth or financial security. Enjoying having something you value all to yourself. Valuable opportunities or possibilities that are available to redeem. Feeling secure in being backed up. A guaranteed experience or reward. A sense of security with something you value. Immense value and importance of the love and commitment you have from another person. Emotional wealth and sense of security. Consider the saying "Good as gold."

Negatively, dreaming about gold may represent a fear of losing a valuable asset or the lengths you might go to in order to protect your interests. Feelings of being overwhelmed by the responsibilities that come with valuable resources. A sense of vulnerability related to what you hold precious. Feelings of jealousy or resentment towards others who possess what you perceive as valuable or desirable. Feeling the weight of expectations to maintain a certain standard. Struggling with the ethical implications of how you gain or use a valuable resource. A fear of being unable to attain what you view as valuable, or anxieties about losing your status, wealth, or relationships. Superficial relationships or connections based on material gain or money rather than genuine affection. Using people for their perceived value. A lack of appreciation for the intangible aspects of life, such as love and relationships. Feelings of corruption, excess, or someone being "spoiled" with too much security. Enemies that have secure power. A sense of something in your life being a precious possession due to the risk of being stolen. Wasting your time giving people security or strong friendship when they don't deserve any. Greed or a desire for power and control. It may also represent a false sense of security or an inflated ego, where the dreamer believes they are more important or valuable than others. In extreme cases, dreaming of gold may indicate a corrupt or immoral nature, where the dreamer is willing to do anything to obtain wealth and status.

To dream of finding gold represents feelings about discovering or attaining something that is highly valuable or precious to you, emphasizing the enjoyment or excitement associated with this newfound value. The realization of genuine power or authenticity in your life. A newfound sense of confidence or self-worth. A sense of newfound success or the realization that someone cares about you a lot.

To dream of burying or hiding gold represents feelings of wanting to hide or protect something valuable or precious in your life until a later time or safety returns. Not wanting other people to get access or control of something that you feel has perceived value. Not wanting to share something of value. A reluctance to let go of something of personal value or importance. Needing to protect something valuable or important like a treasure. Being possessive of your own financial wealth. A lack of trust in others or a fear of sharing what you value most.

To dream of gold bars represents feelings of value about redeemable resources or assets that can be utilized whenever you want. A promise for the future that can be redeemed later on. A solid and lasting valuable resource that you possess, which can be utilized for your benefit. Something valuable that one wants to preserve and keep safe until it's needed. Gold bars could be secrets you have, promises made to you, information and expertise you hold, or anything in your life that has value, power, or gives you leverage if needed. Something that has value that you can use at a later time. Knowing that if times get tough you could always count on someone or something to help you. Wealth or financial security. A strong sense of self-worth and self-value.

Example: A young boy dreamed of seeing a golden bicycle with golden light coming from behind it. In waking life, he was 5 years old and finally got his first bicycle. In this case, the golden bicycle may have reflected the young boy's perception of the bicycle as a valuable precious possession due to the risk of being easily stolen by other people because bicycles provide a universal sense of freedom, independence, and adventure amongst young people making them in high demand.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of having gold coins and keys in her hand. In waking life, she was considering giving a lot of money away to a charity that would have a significant impact on the lives of poor people. In this case, the gold coins and keys may have reflected her feelings of the value and potential power she held in her hands through her financial resources that other people felt as well.

Example 3: A man dreamed of someone handing him a plate of gold bars. In waking life, he was in prison and the woman he loved promised to be waiting for him when he got out. In this case, the gold bars may have reflected his feelings about the immense value and importance of the love and commitment the woman was showing him. The gold bars symbolized the emotional wealth and sense of security he felt from his relationship in knowing that someone was waiting for him despite his circumstances while feeling that she him loved him no matter what. The gold bars may have also revealed his feelings about how valuable his relationship was because it allowed him an opportunity to use his relationship for a second chance in life to do things once he got out, which other prisoners didn't have.

*Please See Coins

*Please See Pot Of Gold



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