• What dreams tests?

    Tamara
    Tamara
    March 6, 2015
    What dreams tests?

    Sometimes people have weird dreams. One of these dreams are tests. This means that in the life of a person will be waiting for any test. In a dream there is a message that it is necessary to mobilize your forces in order to achieve the goals set. Let's take a closer look at what tests women and men dream about.

    If a woman dreams tests

    There are different tests, so depending on which one dreamed of, so should be interpreted a dream.

    • If a woman dreams that she is doing a pregnancy test, it means that there is a difficult time in her personal life. Perhaps she quarreled with her husband or a misfortune in the family.
    • The virgin, who saw her doing a pregnancy test, is in for trouble in her life.
    • A pregnant woman who has seen a positive pregnancy test in a dream will give birth easily, and her baby will be strong and healthy;
    • If such a dream had a dream to a married woman, soon there will be twins. And if a woman is unmarried, such a dream will warn her about the betrayal of a young man.
    • A negative test will warn you that you need to be prepared for some serious losses.

    If a man dreams about tests

    A dream about a pregnancy test can be a man too.

    • If this happens, it means that he is morally ready to become a father;
    • a lonely man who saw a pregnancy test in a dream should be prepared for great difficulties with his girlfriend.

    In addition, both men and women may have a dream in which they pass tests. This suggests that they will face life difficulties. And the more difficult in a dream will be passable tests, the more difficulties will have to be overcome in the course of life.


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