Lice in my hair dream meanings

Short meaning: dreaming of lice in my hair may indicate luxury, fellow-feeling and closeness.
Psychoanalytical meaning: By S. Freud analysis this dream about lice in my hair indicates freewheeling fire, womanliness sensuality, imaginativeness and capability.
Encouraging changes are around only when: lice in my hair - Symbol of a dream generally augurs primacy and being a person who runs ahead of other. Still, if this dream was with negative emotion then such dream could mark backwards value: someone should be disingenuous and unsound in relation to your character.
Lucky numbers for this week: 5 winning numbers - 17, 12, 41, 3, 2; 2 extra numbers - 17, 53.
Fortunate colors for this dream: black and golden .
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