Free and Professional Dream Analysis and What Dreams Mean
Lack of Communication
I Did Not I Answer The Phone
I dreamed I was at home sitting at the computer and the phone rang. I ignored it, then returned the call. A man says he is from the Woolongabba Hotel, then asks why I didn't answer the phone and asks what I was doing. I tell him I was using the computer. He tells me sternly that missing calls is "not good for my reputation".
Main Life Issues:
Getting a job, frustrated about the length of time it has taken, anxiety about the future.
It’s a story about needing to be responsive in communications.
At home: A comfortable, personal space.
Wool on Gabba Hotel: Play on words for “wool” and “gab”as in, garbled communications – pulling the wool over one’s speech.
Sitting at computer: Absorbed in personal pursuits.
Phone rings, a ringing phone: A request to communicate.
Stern message to someone: An important message; negative feedback about oneself.
Words, “not good for my reputation”: A warning that something is harmful, that one’s behavior can have negative consequences.
What it Means:
The dream is about communications and may pinpoint how you look as if you’re holding back when you communicate, when trying to get a job. It says that how you communicate is important to seal the deal. Make sure you communicate fully before, during and after your job prospects.
Also, being too busy or preoccupied to take the call suggests that you do not give off a serious vibe to employers about wanting work.
Bottom Line: The dream hints that finding a job may be related to how you communicate. As the dream says, showing that you are responsive to others and can fully communicate can make or break your prospects and your reputation. To find a job, you may have to improve your communication skills and be willing to communicate with others and be responsive, as in "respond to their calls," so to speak.
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