Emotional abuse in ordinary life can be experienced in dreams as violence and brutality.
Physical abuse can give rise to nightmares and other terror dreams, further depleting our resources due to both broken sleep patterns and the over stimulation of the fright, fight, flight response.
Revealed to avert; research the type of abuse; see “bound”
1. If a character in the dream has been mistreated by the dreamer, fear of repercussions for the dreamer. 2. Fear of being abused or taken advantage of. 3. If dreamers witness someone being abused and liking it, it may be themselves if they were abused early in life (abuse equals love—attention—however represented). 4. If […]
(Cup; Plate; Tray) In a dream, a bowl represents man’s money pouch or what his wife would like to receive from him. Ifone sees himselfreceiving a bowl filled with sweets in a dream, it means receiving abundance oflove from one’s beloved. If the bowl is filled with sour food or some green raw vegetables in […]
1. Repressed anger or rage. 2. Feelings of power—sometimes the abuse of power, but always personal. 3. Reverse: feelings of powerlessness. 4. Deriving pleasure, especially from a variety of interests or activities (if drinking punch).
(Dull-witted; Dummy; Idiot; Mug) In a dream, a tankard represents a housekeeper or a servant. A tankard or a mug in a dream represent the household servants who consent to sexual abuse or sexual relationship with their employer. Drinking from a tankard in a dream also means earning money through one’s servants or employees. A […]
When a child recognizes that he or she is not conforming to what is expected, the threat of punishment is often present. In later life, when there is fear of retribution from an external source, we will often dream of being punished when there is no evidence of such. Self-punishment occurs when we have not […]
(Idol) A statue in a dream represents falsehood, inventions, make-shift, fiction, illusion, heedlessness, or a nice looking person who is full of deception. Worshipping a statue in a dream means lying to God Almighty, or that one worships what his mind tells him to worship, whether it is a physical object or a child of […]
Emotional abuse and difficulties can translate itself in dreams into bloody wounds and can appear to be either self-inflicted or being inflicted by someone else.