Dreamt that I was having meal at a big round table in restaurant. The settings seems to put me attending a wedding. No matter how I waited, the waiter/waitress wouldn’t come serve me. I repeatedly told myself to be patient but they just wouldn’t come. My stomach was growling mad and I finally lost my cool. I stormed up to very busy kitchen staff to demand to know when my food will arrive and they told me I need to wait for another half an hour. I was relieved in knowing I only need to wait for another 30minutes and I woke up just then.
To see a waiter in your dream indicates that you need to be nurtured and to feel special. The dream may also be a pun to be patient. Learn to wait.
To dream that you are waiting is indicative of issues of power/control and feelings of dependence/independence, especially in a relationship. Consider how you feel in the dream while you were waiting. If you are patient, then you know things will happen at their own pace. If you are impatient, then it means that you are being too demanding or that your expectations are too high.
Alternatively, the dream may denote your expectations and anxieties about some unknown situation or decision. You are experiencing a sense of anticipation or uneasiness.
To dream that you are hungry signifies a feeling of unfulfilment in some area of your life. You may be starving for love. recognition, power, sex, wealth, or fame. You are longing to achieve something that you have desired for awhile.
To dream that you are holding or expressing anger symbolizes frustrations and disappointments in your Self. You tend to repress your negative emotions or project your anger onto others. You need to look within yourself.
Being angry in your dream may have been carried over from your waking life. Dreams function as a safe outlet where you can express your strong and/or negative emotions. You are suppressing your anger and aggression, instead of consciously acknowledging them.
The keywords I got: Uneasiness, Unfulfilment, Longing, Frustrations, Disappointments, Anger, Anxieties, Demanding
Sigh… …. I need to breathe yet again