Dream about Lost Hamster

Dream about lost hamster unfortunately draws attention to your ability to convert outside resources and use it for your own needs. You feel that your mother or some motherly figure in your life is not being responsive to your needs. Do not overlook the role you play in the larger scheme of things, no matter how seemingly insignificant it may seem. Your dream states unresolved fears or doubts that needs to be confronted. The craziness in your life is getting out of control.

Lost hamster is an admonition for indecisiveness and lack of initiative. There are several approaches to tackle the same problem. You are feeling emotionally inadequate. This dream symbolises your self-expression, skills and abilities. You may feeling depressed or feel strangled by a situation or person in your life.

Lost hamster in dream signifies a highly stressful time in your life. You are feeling unworthy, helpless, insignificant or overshadowed. You are having difficulties accepting others and their differences. The dream is sadly a warning alert for an easy-going attitude or a lack of competitive spirit. You need to acknowledge some aspect of yourself which has been dormant.

Dream about lost hamster is unfortunately a warning for suppressed or unexpressed feelings that are threatening to surface

You feel that you are not good enough. You are too domineering. The dream means your ability to maintain and organize aspects of your outside life, such as work and your social activities. You are unprepared with facing your problems.

Lost hamster is a message for repressed or pent up emotions that needs to be released and expressed. You are trying to phrase your thoughts in a way that is going to be presentable or more palatable. You are introducing something into yourself that is harmful to your well-being. This dream is unfortunately an admonition for your negative actions. You may have lost touch with your real identity.

Your dream will come true !!!

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