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Dreams about Dead People

Dreams about People We Know who have DiedDreams about a Dead PersonDreams about a Dead Husband or WifeDreams about a Dead Mother - Dreams about a Dead ChildSummary of after death experienceComing back to earth

Dreams about People We Know who have Died

Dreams in which dead people appear are sometimes expressive of our attempts to deal with our feelings, guilt or anger in connection with the person who died; or our own feelings about death. When someone close to us dies we go through a period of change from relating to them as an external reality, to meeting and accepting them as alive in our memories and inner life.

But dead people can simply be people from our past. Considering that the major part of our learning and experience occur in relationship to other people, such learning and experience can be represented by characters from the past. For instance a first boyfriend in a dream would depict all the emotions and struggles we met in that relationship, and what we learned from it or took away from it that still influences present relationships. Therefore dreaming often of people we knew in the past would suggest that past experiences or lessons are very active at the moment, or we are reviewing those areas of our life. A woman who had emigrated to Britain from a very different cultural background frequently dreamt, even twenty years afterwards, of people she knew in her native country. This shows her still very much in contact with her own cultural values and experiences.

Example: ‘My husband’s mother, no longer alive, came and slid her arms carefully under me and lifted me up. I shouted ‘Put me down! Put me down! I don’t want to go yet.’ She carefully lowered me onto the bed and disappeared.’ E. H. – In this example the dreamer is feeling fear about being carried off by death.

Example: ‘A dark grey sugar loaf form materialised. This pillar lightened in shade as I watched. It didn’t move. I began to think it was Mrs. Molten who died in 1956. The feeling grew stronger but still the colour lightened. Then it bent over and kissed my head. In that instant I knew it WAS my mother. An ecstatic joy and happiness such as I have never known on earth suffused me. That happiness remained constantly in mind for the next few days.’ Mr M.

Here the dreamer has not only come to terms with his mother’s and his own death, but also found this inner reality.

Example: ‘A couple of months ago as I was waking I felt my husband’s arm across me and most realistically experienced my hand wrapping around his arm and turning toward him which I had done so often in his lifetime and saying ‘I thought you had died. Thank God you have not.’ Then I awoke alone and terribly shaken.’ Mrs I. – The example both shows the resolution of the loss, but also the paradox felt at realising the meeting was an inner reality.

A critic might say this is only a dream in which a lonely woman is replaying memories of her dead husband’s presence for her own comfort. Thus her disappointment on being disillusioned. Whatever our opinion, the women has within her such memories to replay. These are a reality. The inner reality is of what experience was left within her from the relationship. Her challenge is whether she can meet this treasure with its share of pain, and draw out of it the essence which enriches her own being. That is the spiritual life of her husband. The ‘aliveness’ of her husband in that sense is also social, because many other people share memories of the same person. What arises into their own lives from such memories, is the observable influence of the now dead person. But the dead also touch us more mysteriously, as in the next example. See: Dead Husband or Ex

Example: In a recent news program on television, a man who survived the Japanese prisoner of war camp in Singapore had been given a photograph of children by a dying soldier he did not know. The man had asked him to tell his family of his death, but did not give his name. The photograph was kept for forty odd years, the man still wanting to complete his promise but not know how. One night he dreamt he was told the man’s name. Enquiries soon found the family of the man, who had an identical photograph.

Dreams about a Dead Person – General Meaning:

This can represent some area of your life that has ‘died’. It can refer to death of feelings, such as hopelessness in connection with relationship and the loss of feelings about someone; the depression that follows big changes in your life such as loss of a loved partner, job, or child. It can also reflect the sense you have of your life in general, that it is without the stimulus of motivation and satisfaction, as when one feels oneself in a ‘going nowhere’ relationship or life situation. The dead person in the dream may link several of these feelings together, as symbols often represent huge areas of our experience. So the dead person my be a part of oneself you want to leave behind, to die out.

Some dreams are so clearly about the person who died. Here is an example of such a dream by a young child.

With his brothers and friends he went to bathe in a mill pool. He was only four or five at the time, and could not swim. In the recklessness of their-play, one of the children pushed him into deeper water. At that moment, the mill gates opened and water rushed through carrying him along. He was drowned – but some adults who were hastily called to the scene managed to pull him out and revive him.

As his father carried him home in his arms, the boy talked about his mother, who had died some years earlier and at first his father smiled at his story.

The boy said that as he went under the water he felt himself sinking down and down into darkness. Then there was a change and he felt himself rising up slowly until at last he rose to the surface.

He was in a huge sea. Around him, other people were also surfacing, and all were being gradually washed towards the nearby shore. There on the beach, people waited, and greeted those who were brought to them by the sea.

And as he himself drew near there on a small promontory were his grandparents waiting to welcome him – and in front – his mother, and she bent to draw him into her arms. She took hold of his hands and as she did so, a cross around her neck swung before his face. Sparkling in it were seven stones. But at that moment, something seemed to pull him away, and he sank into the sea and at last awoke on the riverbank.

The other half of the Story

At the conclusion of the story, his father’s condescending smile vanished. They were now at home and his father left the room, obviously deeply moved. Only years later did he tell his son the other half of the story.

The boy’s mother had died when her son was tiny and she had died on her birthday. For many weeks before, her husband had saved for a special present which he had kept secret. On her death, heart-broken, he had crept down to the coffin in the middle of the night, unscrewed the lid and given the present to his dead wife. It was a cross with seven stones, and the secret of it had been buried with her.

Putting together a picture of many such death experiences, we can begin to see a general view of what it might be like, what it certainly is for some, to die.

First of all comes a lessening and eventual disappearance of bodily sensations. Although all pain and physical awareness goes, most people are still conscious of their physical surroundings and of other people. In fact they often watch their own body breathe its last struggling breaths.

Usually people see themselves in a body, but it’s sometimes more perfect than the body they have just left. Their perceptions are nearly always enormously heightened in many ways. There seems to be no sensation of gravity or weight – the whole room or area can be seen instantaneously, as if with circular vision, and there is an awareness of the thoughts and emotions of those present.

See Talking with those who have passed on

Dreams about a Dead Husband or Wife:

Many dreams of dead people come from women who have lost their husband. It is common to have disturbing dreams for some period afterwards; or not be able to dream about the husband or wife at all; or to see the partner in the distance but not get near. In accepting the death, meeting any feelings of loss, grief, anger and continuing love, the meeting become easier.

But as with the example above, there are many cases where people meet their dead in dreams and have tremendous assurance.

Dreams about a Dead Mother:

As with other ‘dead person’ dreams they usually show how we are working out or unfolding our relationship with them. They can be wonderfully confirming of continued existence.

Example: ‘A dark grey sugar loaf form materialised. This pillar lightened in shade as I watched. It didn’t move. I began to think it was Mrs. Molten who died in 1956. The feeling grew stronger but still the colour lightened. Then it bent over and kissed my head. In that instant I knew it WAS my mother. An ecstatic joy and happiness such as I have never known on earth suffused me. That happiness remained constantly in mind for the next few days.’ Mr. M.

Dreams about a Dead Child:

When our child dies it is one of the most heartbreaking experiences we can meet. Sometimes it takes years to adjust to what has happened. Not only is the adjustment emotional and psychological, but also your way of life is often built around the person you have lost. Therefore the changes we meet can be enormous. However, we each have enormous resources of healing and ability to meet the new if we can access them. Very often there are experiences we have, or dreams, that continue our relationship with the child. Unfortunately we live in a culture that often denies the possibility of this.

The example below shows how this can be possible.

For instance, Dr. Morse, in his book Closer to the Light, tells of a mother who came to him because she hadn’t slept properly for 1041 nights after the death of her son. She showed him a picture of her son, but Dr Morse was suddenly called away to a ward emergency. Having dealt with the sick baby, he was writing up the notes and a nurse who had been helping said to him, ‘Who was that person who came in with you? Is he a student?’

Morse did not understand what the nurse was talking about as nobody had come into the hospital with him. As he was trying to find a pen for the notes he was writing he pulled out the photograph of the woman’s son. Immediately the nurse said, ‘That’s him. He kept trying to get your attention’.

When he returned to his office Morse asked the mother if she had ever been contacted by her son after his death. She said, ‘Oh yes. After he died, for several nights he would stand at the foot of my bed and tell me he was alright, and that I should stop crying. But that was only a crazy dream.’ However, such things are not crazy dreams, but insights into a greater reality.

After her conversation with Dr. Morse the woman slept properly for the fist time in nearly three years.

Summary of after death experience

Because after death we are still in a dream like existence, we tend to create around us those things we expect to see or experience. So someone who has no previous information about death may wander around for awhile confused. A Christian may see Christ welcoming them, so the beginnings are very varied, and a Buddhist might meet Buddha, or a Muslim might see Muhammad. But there is some sort of life review. This is about harvesting all of value from the life experience. Not only do we gathered the lessons we learned from our life, but we also relive it moment by moment, feeling and reviewing our own feelings, but also the feelings we engendered in others. But because we are no longer living a life in three dimensions and time, it will be an all at once experience, not stretched over time.

This can be quite a trial considering the life we have lived. But it is not a judgement from outside us, but a self judgement of the quality of our life. We need to pass through this because after death we have left the physical world and moving toward the spiritual. We can see this as the Big Self; the Self with Enormous Love. But there is an enormous transition taking place at death. We lived within a body, and now without it we have to be ready for life without it in what is called the spirit world. That is why the life review is necessary. All our earthly experience has to be put through a transformation to make it fit for a wider life. The wider life works through universal connections, and the less we personally can connect with the universal the less fit we are for the universal life.

Something that I have noticed is that some people believe, and therefore experience, that ‘heaven’ is exactly like life on earth except better. They see it as having houses and living much the same way. But that is not really the whole truth, because just as our body grows and changes, so do we in the after death state.

It seems as if there is a great difference between existing in a body and surviving in the grand world of the spirit. For in the spirit world there has to be found something that will link the life with giving and receiving from others, and of course the integration with a greater purpose.

Many people say they go along a tunnel toward a great light, and then a great spirit leads them through life review. Others go through a door to the light, and others go up a flight of grand stairs.

Having lost their body and its appetites there may be a period of adaptation to a life in a world without boundaries. Also because the spirit world is similar to the world of dreams, you create around you an environment made up of your own inner state. So if you are full of hate, murderous impulses and selfishness, you create a world like that; usually called hell. We are not ‘cast into hell’ we create it ourselves.

The same with heaven, it is created out of all the attitudes and ideas and feelings that are in harmony with the way the universe works or is. As a friend told me after his death, “I cannot escape myself. This is because everywhere I look is like a mirror. Every direction I find a reflection of me. It is  three-dimensional. It doesn’t matter if I look up or down, left or right, all I see are expressions of who I am.”

At first one will look much as you did at death, except if you are old or ill, then you have quickly gained a more youthful and healthy appearance.  But of course that is only your physical shape, and you will create that because that is who you think you are. But a great and probably slow swing over will occur. Because your body is gone, and you are moving toward the spiritual being that has always stood behind your life and witnessed it and given it impulses to try to live out, so gradually you may lose any sense of being male or female.

It is possible some people will not make it that far, but will go into a sleep state until their next life in the body. But if they can maintain consciousness as they meet these changes they will slowly become a greater being, and have an awareness that could be seen as super human, touching all around them. This is why some dead relatives come back to us in dreams and visions and tell us things they would never have normally been capable of knowing.

Another conversation with a dead friend stated some of this:

I seems to me that things are different for me now. I feel something that is difficult to understand. I seem to be getting  less and less of the me I knew; yet at the same time more of who I am. More of me is being lost, but at the same time more of me is was being gained. A strange paradox.

Then there is the going beyond even more barriers toward what can be called real spiritual awareness.

In the next region, one sees how the person’s life has accorded not only with their own Self, but with the ‘true being of the world’. We see ourselves as we exist, in or out of harmony with that world consciousness, that essence of all beings, sometimes called the Christ, or Krishna, or Buddha. Here is the judging, the self judging, of the ‘quick and the dead.’

And finally, in this withdrawal, the seventh region is reached, ‘quick or dead’, asleep or awake to the highest in us. ‘The man stands here’ says Steiner, ‘in the presence of the “Life-kernels”, which have been transplanted from higher worlds, in order that in them they may fulfil their tasks.’ These ‘tasks’, expressing through the self, mediated by the soul, and materialised by the body, usually motivate us unconsciously. In this region, if consciousness remains, we know ourselves as the whole cosmos of sun, moon, planets, and stars; as all beings, creatures and kingdoms. When we look at these through our physical eyes, we are looking at our own wholeness. The ‘Life kernel’ is the doorway to other ‘cosmic beings’. ‘The life between death and a new birth, and is really a living through the world of stars: but this means, through the spirit of the world of stars,’ not the physical stars.

Coming back to earth

Having made this ascent to the innermost of our nature, the essence of the whole cosmos, there now comes for most of us, a return to a fresh physical experience.

There awakens a ‘desire’ or direction, to perfect one’s own being and that of the earth. ‘Thy will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven,’ is an impulse from this region. Depending upon what fruits were brought to each region, this descent enables certain things, qualities or strengths to be ‘claimed’ from each level of our being. A new spiritual ‘seed’ or ‘germ’ is fashioned which will play its part in fashioning our body. The essence of the future personality chooses the hereditary line and its parents. Steiner says the parents provide a seed bed of physical substance, impregnated with their own characteristics of body and psyche. At conception, the material substance is broken down into the germinal level of chaos, in which all physical form is dissolved. The spirit ‘germ’ of the new being takes hold of this.

At birth the ‘germ’ of the future personality and body, is clothed with physical substance drawn from the parents, along with inherited temperamental qualities. Working with these as materials is the essence of the past life and death experience. This spiritual impulse, takes the ‘model’ given by the parents, and works into it the pattern it brings from its central experience. So there comes into being, through life and death, another life upon the earth.

Just as there was a reliving of life at death, so just prior to birth there is a reliving of death. ‘He sees a tableau which this time displays all the hindrances he must remove, if his evolution is to make further progress. And what he sees becomes the starting point of forces that he must carry with him into a new life.  See Life and Death; Steiner Life after death

Another conversation with a dead friend provided the following information.

I am in process of creating a new life. But this is something like a work of art, not however, as we think of it with brush and paint. I felt it like a constant rise and fall of possibilities and forms that I, the Spirit I, was giving birth to. As one rose it expressed a certain quality, and this was in some way compared, or its harmonic compared, with all that existed in the changing spiritual and physical world. There was as yet no total interface between what was being created in this way, and what was expressed by the changing worlds. So I was gradually sifting the emphasis of all it contained from life experience and its possible future connections with physical life, moving toward a harmonic unity. It was explained to me that the unity would be a real connection with time, place, parents and the life that would emerge from them. When that harmonic unity was made the new life would begin.

Useful Questions and Hints:

Have I dreamt of any dead person?

How did I react to the dream?

Can I accept that we have an inner world?

See Inner World - Techniques for Exploring your DreamsQuestions




-Lidu Tellez 2015-02-22 17:48:35

My husband !! passed away on July 11, 2013 and i dream with him almost every night between 2 am and 4 am and every time I dream, we talk about our girls, abut what he wants me to do, and we make love, and it feels like , when he’s was alive.and I know that his gone , but he always say that he is fine, every time he has to leave my dream I don’t want to let him go, I hold him so Close to me!! But he always say that he has to go , that we will come later, and he does . And I wake up crying, I miss him so much we were married for 20 years and during that time we NEVER! got into a fight we were close friends.


-Esmer 2015-03-09 7:54:20

It look reasonable very explains and described


-kylani 2015-03-18 4:31:29

In my dream, I was holding my baby and this little child, girl came and I said to her “don’t touch my baby, don’t touch my baby”. She touch my leg and touch my baby, I got mad and I went to wash were she touched us, it smelled stink. Like the smell of a death person.
In my dream the little girl was about 2 to 3 years old. It was the first time I saw her. In my dream she look alive and happy. But in my dream I know she was death. .can you please tell me what is this dream telling me. Thank you!


-Alexis 2015-03-18 19:56:00

I was hoping you would be able to help me out. I had dreams and continue to have dreams about my deceased dog. She always appear when i’m crying or if i’m going through a hard time. Last night I had a dream about my deceased great-grandmother who has been dead for many years now. In this dream we were all in her house sat on the couch talking. I cannot remember what we were talking about. Then she died. I am so confused. Why am I having these dreams.

I am also tired of having strange nightmares. If you could talk to me about this i would be so happy.


    -Alexis 2015-03-18 19:57:39

    Forgot to add that my deceased dog popped up in that dream about my great-grandmother.


      -Anna 2015-03-19 9:28:01

      Alexis – Your dog is a part of your inner world and a wonderful companion to you.
      See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/dog/
      I trust that she comforted you too, when she was still alive. Dogs are very intuitive and they sense when we need them.
      I think your dream reflects that the part inside you which you associate with your great-grandmother has died.
      See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/association-of-ideas-with-dreams/#Working
      See also http://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/what-we-need-to-remember-about-us-3/#Reflect
      And nightmares – even strange ones – are a way to help you grow:
      See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/nightmare-2/
      Just as we learn to swim by gradually facing and overcoming our fear of sinking, so we learn to love, be creative, successful or expressive, by meeting – in dreams and in life – the fears which hold us back: the fear of losing our mother, the fear of being neglected, the fear of being alone, fear of the dark, the fear of ridicule, and the fear of failure. They are all anxieties we conquer to some degree in the process of maturing. But there is no final boundary to our growth.

      So if you dare to grow beyond your present maturity, you are bound to have a few nightmares. Try to see what they say about you. You have nothing to lose but your fear.

      Anna :-)


        -Alade 2015-03-20 12:11:09



-daz 2015-03-22 23:28:21

I had a dream i was in a florist buying flowers for my mothers grave. Who passed 13years ago this july. I then turned around in the florist to see my nana sat there..(who died 2 year after my mother) i was shocked n said in my dream ‘nanna.. what the… aint u ment to be dead?!?!’ She held her arms out for a cuddle i approached her gave her a hug and kiss.. only to see my stepgrandad sat there beside her.. (who died december last year on my nannas birthday) i sed to my nanna.. is that %€£¥ .. and aint he meant to be dead?!’ She replied.. yes we are dead.. i was like.. well if your dead.. and hes dead… does that mean i am too??! ..
Then i woke up sobbing.. can anyone help me as to why?!


    -Anna 2015-03-23 19:00:11

    Daz – I think your dream is trying to help you to become aware of something which is important to you.
    Buying flowers for your mother is an expression of your love for her. Often those rituals like putting flowers on a grave function as a way of keeping the memory of a loved person alive.
    The dream suggests that if you keep the memory of your nanna and your grandad alive inside you too, they will never die in your inner world; they are only dead in the outer world.
    So explore what you associate with your nanna and with your grandad and see for yourself if you did not give enough attention to those parts inside you.
    Perhaps you were sobbing when you woke up, because you were aware of this:
    Dreams about a Dead Person – General Meaning:
    This can represent some area of your life that has ‘died’. It can refer to death of feelings, such as hopelessness in connection with relationship and the loss of feelings about someone; the depression that follows big changes in your life such as loss of a loved partner, job, or child.
    Anna :-)


-anne 2015-03-26 1:57:10

Hello. This is so strange that I stumbled on your website. I have been going through many things right now in my life and had the strangest dream. I have been very in tune with the spirit world since my mid 20′s and get frequent spirit visitations from deceased loved ones. But this time an unknown little girl with long red curly hair came to my bedside…I think I was sleeping but this all seemed like I was awake and talking with this girl. She said she died in a fire. She was dressed in white. She pointed to my night stand and said look at the letter and the picture. I dreamt I opened the drawer and looked at this letter that seemed yellowed with age and the pic was a 3×3. She kept saying look at it. Then she took my hand and said send the picture. Recently I had some pictures done for my ex. He has been barely speaking to me but still reaches out every few weeks. I was so hurt by his last text that I decided not to send the pictures. Anyways, was this my spirit guide? All I remember is her name started with an M…so strange.


    -Allie 2015-05-03 15:11:06

    A friend of mine recently had a mom that passed and I didn’t know their mom, I’m not sure I even met her, but about 3 weeks after she passed I had a dream where I was sitting on the floor of a bedroom and their mom was sitting on the bed using her laptop. I don’t remeber the conversation but I remember mumbling to myself in the dream “I just talked to her, I never knew her, why is she talking to me?” And remembering how she passed. Can anyone help me find a reason for this random dream?


-anita 2015-04-01 22:14:45

Last night I dreamt about waiting in line with a lg. Grp of people men &women, kids and where the line was it was beautifuly colored it was like a big hallway and it was my turn to go into this room and there was 3-4 ladies in there already and it was a rectangular room with very deplorable condition and very little lighting it was like a old morgue and each area was a very sm. Area with like shower curtains hanging up and I looked into the rooms and in 2 of them I saw dead bodies about that time the other end of the room opened up to a door that was not there before and 3 people walked in and they walked towards 1 of the people who was there and fell down to ground sobbing/almost convulsing at that time 3 people were standing at the door and I knew all 3 the one in the middle was someone I wasn’t really close to but was a patient were I used to work he started to come towards me and the one’s he was with stopped him. He looked directly at me I could see the sorrow in his eyes. Then I woke up. After I woke up I wrote it down I have such a strong feeling about this.


-Miranda 2015-04-05 1:37:58

My mother had been Dead for 18 years. I assume now 36. She was not a great mother. This morning, during the blood moon, i had avery vivid dream about her. I have never seen her in my dreams before this. She was sick, or drugged, or zombie like. She was biting and trying to eat my finger. This dream Was so real and very vivid. It was strange. Was she warning me, or trying to tell me something? I have not dreamt of her ever, yet I knew her as if it was yesterday, in my dream. She was like a drugged zombie, biting and trying to eat my finger. I remember being shocked, our maybe weirded out, maybe disgusted with her. Yet I felt like I had to pay attention to get, like she was trying to tell mage something, our show me something. It was so real. …


-Miranda 2015-04-05 1:40:34

I apologise for the misspelled words. I am on my phone leaving comments!


-sajina 2015-05-03 2:45:12

I dreamt around 7 in the morning tat my mama is not well. In the dream i m in my native. Don’t remember any conversations but what I remember Is waiting for someone at the turn of a road and in my dream I did not tell Amma tat I.m waiting at the main road.while waiting at the road I was all alone but second time I just turned back and I see my cousin standing and she tells me tat my father is dead due to renal failure. As per my dream I was not able to accept tat he is dead.I woke up and was disturbed later I realsided tat my father was dead 10 yrs back. Only after which I calmed down saying noyjimg much will affect him as he was already dead. I soon dialled my Mom number to discuss This and she said may be father came to remind u tat its there wedding anniversary. Please help me understand wat was this dream all abt.


-loretta 2015-05-20 1:12:48

I was just wondering if anyone would know what my dream might mean my mother passed away in December 2014 and I dreamed about her getting mad at me because I would not hurry up and go with her she want to take me with her but I didn’t want to go I kept on telling her I had to help my aunt


    -Anna - Tony's Assistant 2015-05-20 13:34:56

    Dear Loretta – The way I see your dream is that you are working out part of your relationship with your inner mother, in order to make room for yourself so that you can help the part in yourself which you associate with your aunt.
    Many people do not realise that they have an inner mother equally as powerful as an external mother. You have taken in millions of bit of memory, lessons learnt, life experiences along with all the feelings or problems met by loving and living with your mother, and they are what makes you the person you are. This is true even if your mother was never there for you – you still have all the memories of her not being there for you filed under ‘Mother’. The memories and experience we gather unconsciously change us and are not lost. It is part of you and is symbolised in dreams as a person or event. Such an inner mother can appear in dreams because you are still deeply influenced by what you hold within you.
    I think it will be helpful to explore this dream while awake so that you can undo this inner conflict with your inner mother and explore the role of your aunt in your life.

    So while awake and relaxed imagine yourself back in the dream and continue it as fantasy or a daydream and move it toward satisfaction. Alter the dream in any way; experiment with it; play with it, until you find a way to fully feel at ease with it. In doing this you must not ignore the feelings of resistance and spontaneous emotion and fantasy that may occur. Satisfaction comes only when you have found a way of integrating these into your conscious imagining
    Please also read http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/secrets-power-dreaming/
    To some extent an aunt is a role model. We gather from their success or failure strategies for our own life. Whatever feelings we have about them, whatever we think of them, the dream will use this to illustrate something for you. So consider how you would describe your aunt, what sort of person she is, and how you feel about her. The dream will be using her image to illustrate the role you see her in. If she is a success, ask yourself what in yourself you are facing regarding success. If you feel she is a failure, ask yourself what of your own feelings about failure you are facing.
    See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/association-of-ideas-with-dreams/#Working
    Good Luck!
    Anna :-)


      -Massiel 2015-05-25 12:30:55

      I keep having numerous dreams about my grandfather who passed away. I couldn’t go to his funeral and say goodbye due to medical conditions. Is that haunting me? :(


        -Anna - Tony's Assistant 2015-05-26 7:12:18

        Dear Massiel – Whether the thought that you couldn’t go to his funeral and say goodbye
        to your grandfather is haunting you is something you have to explore for yourself; for perhaps that is why it is haunting you.
        If you watch yourself you will notice that whatever you think about you have a feeling reaction to.
        Our ideas, thoughts and beliefs are the main builders, and it is a world we then live in. We build an inner world that few people realise they have, and that inner world constantly controls how they relate to and deal with the outer world, the people, animals and events we meet. Unfortunately we often build a terrible world inside us, and this leads to sickness, despair and depression.
        See http://dreamhawk.com/news/avoiding-being-my-own-victim/
        So what do you feel when you think about your inability to show up physically at the funeral?
        Your dreams could offer you a way to digest this experience which could be the reason why you keep having numerous dreams about your grandfather.
        See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/digest/
        Because you did not mention the content of your dreams, other than that your grandfather appears in them, I cannot know if your dreams have another meaning (too).
        So please read http://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/grandfather-grandpa-gramps/ and use
        http://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/practical-techniques-for-understanding-your-dreams/ to explore these dreams for yourself.
        Good Luck!
        Anna :-)


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