If you were eating truffles in your dream, it’s possible you already lead a luxurious life, you will in the near future or you yearn for more luxury in your life than you already have.

Image courtesy of Pixabay

Image courtesy of Pixabay

Perhaps you have been taking things to the excess lately and need to readdress your lifestyle; how you’re spending your money and how your choices are affecting your health.

On the other hand, you may need to be more indulgent, if you never treat yourself to anything. Is it time to spend some of your hard earned money on something you really want? A keepsake, an experience or a holiday perhaps?

Another interpretation is that you are keeping secrets from someone. When you eat a truffle in your dreams- you may confess something to someone in the near future.

Another thought is that truffles represent you overcoming obstacles and reaching a happy place once you do. You can expect good things to happen once you’re there but you have to break through the barriers first.

A truffle could symbolise something you have acquired lately that is well worth the money you spent.  It may have been an extravagance, but you have no regrets because it delivers on what you want and need it to.

Truffles can be filled with any number of fillings such as cream, melted chocolate, caramel, nuts, fruit, nougat, fudge, toffee, mint, marshmallow or liqueur- each one is a surprise. If this is the case, you may not be aware of what you are letting yourself into in your waking life. Perhaps something looks appealing on the outside but you don’t know what you will be faced with once you delve a little deeper. It could be fine but similarly, it might not be to your preference. Are you willing to take the risk?

Finally, a truffle could be an interpretation of you- you may present yourself to others as being hard faced but to those whom you trust- they all know you have a soft centre.

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