A few weeks ago a reader from Cebu contacted me to ‘consult’ about her weird dream that bothered her. KE is a young woman who contacted me before to request for the Vajrapani Ruel. But recently she contacted me because she had a dream that bothered her.
According to KE in her dream, she dreamt that she was eating something and then she suddenly realized that she what she was putting in her mouth is human waste or manure or shit. Still In her dream when she realized that it was human waste that she was putting in her mouth she suddenly spit it out.
Now she wants to know what her dream means.
In Feng Shui human waste or manure or shit usually means financial luck, it means that money is coming in. The mere fact that it was in her mouth signifies that she is potentially going to get some money that involves her mouth, meaning, by talking. However, she spit it out, which indicates that she is not yet sure about it and might be rejecting the source of the money.
KE then explained that she’s in the BPO (call center) industry, but she has started becoming a financial consultant for an insurance company. Both of her two current jobs involve using her mouth by talking. First, by talking on the phone and the other one by explaining to the client the benefits of getting insurance. Both jobs involve talking as a main source of income. This complicate matters because if one job, let’s say, is computer programming then it is obvious that she should go for the job that involves a lot of talking. But both involve a lot of communicating so what does her dream is telling her. In the end, it is only KE who can decipher this. However, I asked her as to, which of the two jobs has the potential to bring in more money but she may still be apprehensive about because of stability. She says it is the job as a financial consultant because she is just new to it.
I think base on her explanation her dream indicates that she should not ‘spit out’ her job as financial consultant this has the potential to bring in money for her.
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