Peaches represent pleasure and joy in dreams.

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You take pleasure in the simple things in life, and don’t require material items, constant entertainment or lots of money to make you happy.

Perhaps things in your life are just ‘peachy’- in other words they are going well, and the dream could be telling you not to take them for granted.

On the other hand, a peach could represent lust and sensuality- the peach is often likened to the female form, so the dream could be a metaphor for your lover. Are you giving her the attention she deserves? Or is your partner satisfying you in the bedroom? If not, it might be time to let them know. 

If the peach was wrinkly, this suggests that someone is completely dependent on you or you are becoming increasingly reliant on someone else.

Peaches are the colour of innocence so maybe you are inexperienced in some area of your life and you are just starting to learn the realities of your situation.

Perhaps there is someone you see as an innocent in your life- a child, a new colleague at work or a family member going through something that you are well rehearsed in. Do you feel you need to protect them? Do they need you to guide them?  

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Peaches are thought to look a little like roses which gives them romantic connections too.

If you were eating a juicy peach, this foretells positive things for your love life.

If the peach tree did not bear fruit in your dream, then you may be yearning for someone who doesn’t know you like them in this way or that you exist.

Rotting peaches is a sign that your relationship with your partner will go sour. Is there something you can do to recapture the romance, or would you benefit more from ending the courtship?

Standing on rotting peaches could mean that you are holding onto a relationship that has long since passed. You need to let go and move on.

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