Payment, as in a monetary transaction, can often show our attitude to finance. To be paying cash suggests a more immediate use of our money and resources, whereas paying by credit card signifies a need to satisfy our immediate needs without thought of the consequences. A cheque nowadays could well show a slightly outdated attitude.
(Tithe) Paying the dues alms tax in a dream means increase in one’s income or prosperity. Ifa rich man sees himselfpaying the due tithe on his liquid assets in a dream, it means increase in his wealth, a spiritual growth and receiving the blessing of performing one’s obligatory prayers on time. Payment of one’s due […]
(Blood ties; Promise; Tripping) Paying one’s debt in a dream means returning from a journey. In a dream, debts signify humiliation, abuse and insults. If one sees himself paying his debts in a dream, it means that he will reestablish his connection with his relatives, strengthen his blood ties, feed the poor, solve a difficult […]
In real terms, a tax represents the extra amount of effort necessary to enable us to belong to society. Thus, dreaming of car tax would indicate that greater effort is needed to move forward. To be paying income tax suggests that we may feel we owe a debt to society. To be paying council tax […]
If a person sees himself as buying a donkey, paying hard cash for it and handling such cash with his hands it means he will speak words of wisdom in the presence of people. And if he does not see himself as handling the cash although the price for the donkey is paid in full […]
Paying the price is not always monetary, i.E. Christ paid the price for our sins with his blood
(War tax) Paying war tax in a dream means either humiliation, or regaining one’s integrity.
In a dream, comfort means dispelling sorrows or paying one’s debts. (Also see Fan)
If we ourselves are devouring something in a dream we may need to consider the way we nurture ourselves. We perhaps are not paying attention or giving enough respect to what we are doing.
If in dreams we are paying a bill we may be accepting that we have received something of value. It may be that we must make good use of our resources.