Dream about newborn

Dream about Newborn is about opportunities or problems. You are setting standards for yourself or of what you think others expect of you. You are being caught a little off guard. Your dream points to a sign of desperation and a cry for help. You walking peacefully or treading lightly on some situation.

Newborn refers to the feminine aspects which you have neglected or overlooked. You have outstretched yourself into too many responsibilities. You are looking for some reassurance. The dream symbolises your desires for upward job mobility. You need to pace yourself.

Dream about Neonate [a baby from birth to four weeks] points at the enemies within yourself and the inner conflict you have with yourself. Perhaps you are afraid of being scrutinized for your actions or being judged by others. A person in your life may be draining your of self-confidence and your resources. This dream points to leadership in some group idea or plan. You need to take on a leadership role.

Dream about Newborn [recently born] signals a loss or an end to an aspect of yourself. You are incorporating a little variety in your life. You need to expand your horizons or experience a new sense of spirituality. Your dream points to the results of your hard work and the fruits of your labor. You have a tendency to ignore things until it is right in front of you.

Dream about Newborn [having just or recently arisen or come into existence] is a signal for friction, stemming from disagreements or from different ways of doing things. You are putting an issue or situation to rest. You need to take a chance in life in order to reap the rewards. This dream stands for subconscious feelings toward a person. You need to get organized.

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