If you saw or heard a gong in your dream, it’s possible you need to pay attention to something important in your waking hours.

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Gongs are also associated with warnings so it might be alerting you to something that needs your immediate concentration. Do you need to abandon something in order to focus all your energy on whatever it might be?

Have you been ignoring something for some time because it’s too difficult or painful to think about or acknowledge. Perhaps you have been putting it off for too long and tucking it away in the back of your mind is not helping to resolve your situation or issue.

If you were striking the gong yourself then you may be ready to face a situation in your waking life that you have been avoiding. Perhaps you feel better that others know what you are about to do as this will help to motivate you.

It could be a false alarm for illness or a loss that you have found very frustrating or annoying because the thing that’s been taken away from you was very important.   

A gong can represent the end of one part of your life and the beginning of another. If you are starting a new job, a new relationship, a new hobby, a new lifestyle choice- all these could be linked to seeing the gong in your dreamscape. You are beginning a new chapter in your life.

On the flip side, your subconscious could be giving you a nudge to put a stop to something in your life that is no longer serving you well and start something afresh that will bring you more happiness and satisfaction. You are in need of a change in direction and have been for a while.

Gongs can be symbolic of an interruption. Perhaps someone or something has temporarily stopped you in your tracks- something you were not expecting.

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