When you dream about a wind, it symbolises your life force, your energy and your strength.

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It can also indicate changes are afoot. If the wind was so strong it picked you up then the changes will take you by surprise, whereas if it only provided a little bit of resistance or nudged you in another direction, you might see the change coming. You might even be prepared for the change.

Alternately, it might be your subconscious telling you to pick up the pace and try to achieve your goals more quickly and efficiently if you have been dragging your feet on something.

If you are in a stressful situation during your waking hours and you dreamed of strong gusts of wind- your sleep state could be referring to the way you’re feeling in response to this. You are aware that the situation is not easy enough to breeze through, if this is how you have tackled things in the past.

Strong winds are also a sign that you are not prepared for how much is going on at once- you are feeling overwhelmed by how much is being asked of you.  

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If the wind was pushing you in a direction you didn't want to go then you may feel that you’ve being forced into something you don’t agree with or support. Maybe someone is trying to influence you into a decision you don’t want to make.

Gentle winds or light breezes are about new ideas and new beginnings but ones you can enter into at your own pace rather than being pushed into them. You are excited about the unexpected because it’s your decision to explore it.

If the wind was pushing you in the direction you wanted to go, then you will find many allies helping you to achieve your goals in your professional or personal life.

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How steep was the hill? If it was very sharp, you have a big challenge ahead of you whereas if it had a small incline, you may be able to tackle this quite easily. If you were struggling to get up the hill, perhaps the problem is harder than you thought it would be. Maybe you were prepared for how bad it would be but it’s still taking its toll anyway. If you got so far up the hill and were physically unable to go any further, it’s possible you have taken on too much and it’s time to admit defeat. Some hills are not meant to be climbed and there is no shame in turning back around and returning to the bottom if this one isn’t for you...

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