Interpretation of a dream about dirty snow
According to Miller, to see snowdrifts interspersed with mud, sand, clay, to overcome them in a dream predicts large energy losses. A man who dreamed that he couldn’t get out of them will have a lot of useless tasks or a long-term treatment. Dream Interpretation predicts the onset of depression.
- You should consider your own actions with dirty snow in order to get the correct interpretation:
- eating snow and freezing predicts catching a cold;
- falling into a snowdrift, getting hurt - the destruction of hopes;
- snowflakes melting under your feet - repentance, reconciliation;
- getting dirty with snow - profit, winnings.
Playing snowballs, getting dirty and seeing someone next to you in a dream is a promise of getting money. The dream means the appearance of a large amount of funds. A sudden win, a goodgift, a generous bonus is exactly what dirty snow sticking to clothes, shoes, palms and face means.
Vanga reduces the interpretation of a dream to a very easy income, which you will enjoy and it will bring you moral satisfaction. Feel free to tackle long-forgotten cases, projects that you could not start before. It is very good, if you dreamed that you couldn’t clean up and wash yourself right away.
To see oneself under a dark avalanche, to slip on muddy ice predicts losses, hard but useless work, which will not bring any income. Dreambooks recommend taking a pause, listen to your inner self, if you dreamed that you happened to fall into the cold slime.
Dirty snow that surrounds the dreamer everywhere means that neighbors or colleagues at work gossip about you. In order not to become a victim of rumors, slander, try not to give people a reason.
Nostradamus gives the following interpretation of seeing yourself on dirty snow. He states that you can avoid mistakes, clarify misunderstandings that have recently arisen with close relatives, management, colleagues.
To clean the yard from melting snowflakes mixed with mud predicts repentance. It's time to clear your conscience from the burden of unspoken problems. You should try to do a good deed to someone whom you have recently hurt.