No Need to Fear Dreams About Death

brendamarie By brendamarie, 19th Aug 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
Posted in Wikinut>Health>Mind & Spirit>Sleep

Different meanings of death, in peoples' dreams. Death in dreams can mean many different thing. Here are a few meaning of death in dream. I hope, they help you become more self-aware.

DO NOT FEAR

Most people fear death because of all of the unknowns about the process. When one dreams about death, one often believes it is a warning of the death someone closes to us in our lives. Yes, sometimes this can be true. Death in one’s dreams doesn't always mean death in the real world. More often than, not death in one’s dreams has nothing to do with death at all.

Meanings

Dreaming about death can have many different meanings. It can mean a big change is coming in one’s life like the end of a job; the end of a way of thinking, or even that you're moving to a new home. Keep in mind the end of something isn't always bad. We must break away from the old to let new opportunities in. For many people, change has to be forced upon them. We as humans do not like change. We often get comfortable in our routines and do not want to accept the fact that we must change for the better.

A GOOD THING

Dreaming about death may be a good thing. It could mean you are trying to face your fears. Your subconscious is trying to help make you a better person. You should listen to what your subconscious is trying to tell you. In many cases, we do fear losing loved ones. We must always remember that we are all connected and that connection doesn’t end when someone passes over. We get strength from facing our fears.

REMEMBER DREAMING OF DEATH IS NOT ALWAYS A BAD THING

If your dream of someone else’s death, it may mean that you wish to remove that person from your life. A person may be a bad influence on you or they may be holding you back in some way. It is not always easy to end any relationship. Sometimes we are unwilling to realize that a relationship needs to end. Dreaming of someone else’s death is a way of our subconscious trying to bring this knowledge to the conscious world.

Remember, dreaming about death doesn’t mean you or someone you know is about to die. Dreaming about death is nothing to fear and it can even be a good thing. Dreams can help you become more self-aware. It can help you strengthen you mind, body and soul.

If you have an understanding of your own dreams and know what they mean to you; having, a dream about death can be self-revealing. It can help you overcome your fears. They can help you become more self-aware. It can help become an all-over better person.

References:
all of the photos are from streetwise software by design cd-rom

Tags

Death, Dream Interpretation, Dream Meanings, Dreams, Meaning

Meet the author

author avatar brendamarie
Life is a journey, not a destination! Why not share your journey with the world by writing about it!

Share this page

moderator Mark Gordon Brown moderated this page.
If you have any complaints about this content, please let us know

Comments

author avatar LOVERME
20th Aug 2014 (#)

We fear death ...
because we are so taught..
by others ..
let each one learn from self experience..
we all are an individual ENTITY ..
don't over impress anything..yes ANYTHING
.. as we are more intelligent than milenia ago

Reply to this comment

author avatar brendamarie
20th Aug 2014 (#)

I totally agree with you and what a beautiful way to put it

Reply to this comment

author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
20th Aug 2014 (#)

Well written and comforting, thanks Brendamarie. Death is also to be celebrated after a long innings but some leave after only a fleeting look at our world. Nothing is more certain than death after taking birth, but the journey continues at another level though it depends on what on we believe in - siva

Reply to this comment

author avatar brendamarie
30th Aug 2014 (#)

my family doe on October 30th here it is called All Souls Day

Reply to this comment

author avatar Nancy Czerwinski
20th Aug 2014 (#)

Great article. Thanks for sharing.

Reply to this comment

Add a comment
Username
Can't login?
Password