Dreaming about red indicates energy, passion, aggression and power.

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Red has many connotations but one that is very common is the link is has with anger. Consider the phrase ‘seeing red’. Perhaps you are feeling angry with someone or something right now. Do you need to take a moment, speak to someone or write these feelings down before acting on your anger? Often better decisions are made after a period of consideration.

Red is also the colour of danger, so the dream could be warning you that you are in harm’s way. Perhaps you need to distance yourself from a dangerous person or exit out of dangerous situation.

The colour red can also be synonymous with sexual impulses and urges. Do you want to spice things up with a current partner? Or do you want a physical relationship with someone?

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Red could simply mean that you have a lot of passion and strong emotions- so use them wisely. Try not to let them get in the way of relationships as to some, they might come across as overbearing. Learn to control these intense feelings appropriately.

Red eyes are a sign of sickness, so perhaps you are worried about getting sick or someone you love getting ill. Try to deal with things as they happen rather than focusing on ‘what if?’ scenarios.

Red also has associations with money and losing it. Are you spending more money than you are making? If so, it might be time to take control of this before it gets out of hand. Whatever debt you are in will be more manageable now than it will be in the future- so do something about it while you still can.

Red might refer to a red-letter day- an important day in your calendar. Are you about to start a new job, move to a new house, go on holiday, start a project or meet up with someone significant? If so- the dream could be a reflection of your excitement and anticipation of this day.

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You are powerless to stop or start something because you are stuck in the middle. Perhaps you want to have some effect but you are unable to react or respond because you lack any sort of control. You want or have to remain impartial because both sides mean something to you. It’s possible that you don’t want to take sides because you really don’t care about either one. Neither of them hold any interest or are important to you. Are you someone who avoids bias? Perhaps you are open to hearing everyone’s side of the story and can see things from everyone’s perspective. On the flipside, it’s possible you need to be more diplomatic in your waking hours to avoid upsetting either party involved...

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