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Helen asks…

What does this dream mean?

Alright, so far, I’ve checked a ton of dreams online before, but this is the most inconsistent of all: Hair.

I had a dream about hair last night.

Last night, I dreamt my hair was curly halfway down. It looked like it was digipermed, but I didn’t undergo any treatment or don’t remember anything involving going to the salon in this dream. Now, the length of my hair is the same as the one I have in real life: Long and reaches past my bra strap. But since it was curly halfway down, the length got a bit shorter and is now a little above my boobs.

In real life, my hair is long and straight, virgin (I don’t use any curling iron or heat nor do I go to salons) and it feels silky, and not that soft or that shiny, but still shiny (but in AC rooms, It’s the best shampoo-commercial hair in real life), and it’s black with reddish and brown tints when I’m under the sun.

The whole highlight of my dream was: I had digipermed hair from my ears down. I was setting it to look right, and I was wondering what I could do to it to make it better. My hair in this dream was really good: soft, satin-silky and shampoo-commercial shiny and a bit chocolate-brown. I was adjusting the curls in the hopes of changing it and making it look better on me. In the process of setting it, I was also admiring my hair, just trying to improve it. Then I remembered! Oh, right, I read somewhere that I can set it to sections. And so I did. I was pleased with how I sectioned it, and I looked down, looking for that Curling Milk from Monea. Got it. Then I caught a snag. I looked in the mirror and there was one section that looked like that cheap chemically-treated curl. It looks dull and the curls doesn’t fit in that well. It’s like the curl that has been permed after 3 months. The others were soft, and bouncy and full of volume. Just like when you had it digipermed. After that, I woke up.

Can anyone tell me what this dream means? I included details that could be relevant and as specific as I can.

The dream hair:

Real life hair:

The “messy curl” I saw in my dream:

LoveKnots answers:

To see hair in your dream signifies sexual virility, seduction, sensuality, vanity, and health. It is indicative of your attitudes. If your hair is knotted or tangled, then it is symbolic of uncertainty and confusion in your life. You may be unable to think straight. If you dream that you make a drastic change to your hairstyle, then it means that you are making a drastic, new approach to some issue in your waking life.
To dream that you are cutting your hair suggests that you are experiencing a loss in strength. You may feel that someone is trying to censor you. Alternatively, you may be reshaping your thinking or ambitions and eliminating unwanted thoughts/habits.
To dream that you are combing, stroking or styling your hair suggests that you are taking on and evaluating a new idea, concept, outlook, or way of thinking. You may be putting your thoughts in order and getting your facts straight. A more literal interpretation suggests your concerns about your self-image and appearance.
To dream that you have long hair indicates that you are thinking long and carefully before making some decision. You are concentrating on some plan or situation.
To dream that you are losing your hair denotes that you are concerned with the notion that you are getting older and losing your sex appeal and virility. You are preoccupied with aging and your appearance. Losing your hair also signifies a lack of strength; you do not have the power to succeed in an undertaking. You may be feeling weak and vulnerable.
To dream that someone is smelling your hair indicates sexual curiosity and your need for some sensual stimulation. You have a lot to learn about a relationship. The way yours or someone else’s hair smell may remind your of a particular person.

To dream that you are reaching for someone’s hair suggests that you are trying to connect with that person on a spiritual or intellectual level. It also refers to sympathy, protectiveness, and fraternal love.
To dream that the wind is blowing through your hair signifies freedom to express uninhibited feelings. You are “letting your hair down”.

To dream that your hair is white or turns white indicates that something important has just been made aware to you. It is a symbol of wisdom and insight. The dream may also be a metaphor suggesting that you are feeling “light-headed”.


Laura asks…

I need help understanding these lines from “Into The Woods”?

ok, i can relate them in the story, but i have to develop a paragraph on 3 of these lines about what they mean and if i agree…you know, that kind of stuff. i have to treat them as prompts and write developed paragraphs…i narrowed it down to these, but don’t know which are easier or what they’re true meaning are…please help!!!

“Opportunity is not a lengthy visitor”
“No knot unties itself”
“The harder to get, the better to have”
“The prettier the flower, the farther from the path”
“Nice is different then good”
“Slotted spoons don’t hold much soup”

i can not find meanings to these online, idk why! please help me!!!!

LoveKnots answers:

Hi! I love that play/movie

-means that you don’t have forever to decide to take advantage of an opportunity. Good things don’t wait around forever.
-means that if you have a problem you have to do something to fix it you can’t just ignore it and hope it goes away
harder to get..
-means that if it takes a lot of work to gain something, it is more worth having… It’s not something easy to get that just anyone can achieve
prettier the flower…
-means that the better things in life aren’t always going to present themselves to you as you live your life, sometimes you have to go looking for them.
-means that if someone is nice it doesn’t mean that they are a good
person, people and things can be deceitful, trick you, etc.
Slotted spoons…
-means that you need the right things to get a job done or fix a problem, you can’t use something that won’t work for what needs to be done.

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