What does it mean when you dream about fighting demons?
I have had a dream that keeps building on itself each night about my fighting demons. Its very realistic and I am trying to wake myself up in my dream to make it stop. I use crosses, the name of Jesus, (though I don’t believe that Jesus is god) and I get very anxious. I am trying to clear my house of demons, devils that may be hurting my family. Its quite disturbing.
Answer by 🙂
maybe you should believe jesus is god. that’ll help.
Answer by neutered now
Not being smart with you,but generally it means you are sleeping uncomfortably or the room is too hot.It doesn’t mean anything biblical.
Answer by ѕнα∂σω
LOL…….demons…….haha oh um anyway yea the room might be uncomfortable turn up the ac and relax a bit….and fyi……..demos don’t exist =0
Answer by ian jude
according to my dictionary of dreams,.
“fighting” tends to represent our need for independence and change. dreaming of a physical fight is our subconscious way of dealing with anger, frustration, and difficulty in expressing our feelings- whether the anger is aimed at ourselves or at others.it also indicates defense — we fight for our values, our survival, our space, our health, and our desire to win out against negative forces such as crime, pollution, injustice, and people who attack us or our opinions. this is a dream of conflict that indicates the need for some sort of change. and it may also suggest that you need to “fight” more in your waking life for what is rightfully yours.
“demons” or devils represents the need for us to confront an issue in our life. if you see yourself in this role, it is a warning to thinkk about your own actions and the way in which they impact on those close to you. the devil is also symbolic of an over-concern with earthly pleasures-either sexual or material. you are replacing too much emphasis on these areas and the dream indicates that it’s time that you get in touch with your emotions.
well,. you’re the only one who knows what’s happening in your life.,. it’s translation depends to the happenings in your life. its in you already how you understand the meanings in your dreams.
hope i helped you out.
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What does a dream about an airplane crash does mean?
This is a dream that I had this morning, 4/10/10, about an hour before I woke up. Since it doesn’t happen to often, the first thing it came to my mind was that somewhere on the planet it really happened. I checked the morning news and I found out that a Polish airplane crashed.
I had other dreams with airplane crashes or other catastrophes like earthquakes, tsunamis that were confirmed by the news after I woke up. Maybe there are coincidences , maybe not
Answer by JC Solo
Just a coincidence big guy.
Answer by Hkjhkjh
just your mind doing its thing dont worry if all of our dreams foresighted the future i would have died 238383 times by now
Answer by ruba k
To dream that a plane crashes, suggests that you have set overly high and unrealistic goals for yourself. Your goals may be too high and are impossible to realize. You are in danger of having it come crashing down. Alternatively, your lack of confidence, self-defeating attitude and self-doubt toward the goals you have set for yourself is represented by the crashing airplane; you do not believe in your ability to attain those goals. Loss of power and uncertainty in achieving your goals are also sigified
Answer by Dream Doctor
We have collected the largest database of dreams in the world, which includes tens of thousands of disaster dreams. Our research of dreams and their circumstances support the conclusion that the most distinctive or unusual elements of a dream (disasters or otherwise) are symbols. They reflect the dreamers’ feelings, thoughts and awarenesses (intuition) about their waking life at the time of the dream. Because disaster dreams are often “warning” dreams, their symbolic meaning should not be discounted or overlooked. Below are our definitions of the different disaster symbols in your dream from our dream dictionary. Given the waking life context of your dream, they should provide you with important insight.
“Because of their associations with “big trips,” traveling on airplanes frequently symbolizes change, transitions, and attempts to “reach new destinations” in our lives. Destinations commonly include a desired career status—higher salary, responsibility or recognition—or social status, such as marriage or a committed relationship.
Plane “crashes,” loss of power, and trouble in flight are common dreams that typically reflect uncertainty about reaching one or more of these destinations. If a dreamer possesses a fear of flying, the dreams may reflect literal anxieties prior to a trip, or when a child is traveling. The dreams should not be interpreted as precognitive.
Earthquakes are a powerful symbol of emotional instability; we no longer are standing “on solid ground.” Earthquakes are associated with “end of the world” dreams. Are we nervous about the future (bills, career change, divorce, graduation), and worried how we will “survive?” Earthquake dreams should not be interpreted as precognitive.
Due to their association with water, tidal waves or tsunami are common dream symbols representing disturbing feelings and awarenesses that threaten to “overwhelm” the dreamer. These fears usually are specific, rather than global. Can you identify what area of your life is emotionally challenging, that you fear may “swamp” you? If we run from a tidal wave, we are wondering if we will “survive” the emotional upheaval.”
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