1. The dreamer who wails is afraid he/she may die. 2. If someone other than the dreamer wails, fear of death is also present.
WailA wail falling upon your ear while in the midst of a dream, brings fearful news of disaster and woe.For a young woman to hear a wail, foretells that she will be deserted and left alone in distress, and perchance disgrace.See Weeping.
WailThe making of sounds in mourning is used spiritually to banish bad spirits and summon the good.In dreams, therefore, wailing can suggest that we are trying to get in touch with a power that is greater than ourselves. We should look at what we feel needs ‘banishing’ from our lives.
WailWailing is reputed to be a method of summoning the spirits used in ancient times by the oracles.It is also a long, protracted way of releasing emotions. When we hear someone wailing in a dream, we become conscious of another person’s sadness.
WailWhen we ourselves are wailing in dreams, we may be allowing ourselves an emotional release which would not be seen to be appropriate in everyday life. We may be attempting to make contact with a part of ourselves that has stopped functioning.It may also be a way of expressing frustration…
WailHearing a wailing sound while dreaming foretells fearful news and sorrow. A wail of a police siren denotes minor trouble with the law which involves you or someone close to you. The wails of fire engines and ambulances denote a disaster of major proportions.