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Being disabled in your dream, or meeting, or dealing with a disabled person or child, usually refers in some way to an aspect of yourself that has not developed its full potential. For instance your activities or endeavours may have been held back by feelings of inferiority or lack of confidence. Those feelings are usually due to something that has hurt your feelings or self-esteem in some way, so is shown as a disability. See: cripple.

It can be caused by trauma in your early years, such as premature birth; things done that smashed your young self.

Example: I’m carrying two heavy bags home from school. A teacher doesn’t help me. I am at home, now a mother with children moaning for their tea. I can’t go to bed unless I complete my housework. I’m on a sinking ship like Titanic, jump overboard, divers helping others avoid me. I cry out for help, but they ignore me. I’m a disabled single parent with 2 teenage children.

I am hearing your cry for help Elizabeth. The sinking ship tells me you are near to emotional collapse. However, at a distance I am wondering if – a) From your schooldays you felt nobody supported you so you get into a victim role. b) You consistently take on too much and push yourself too hard. c) You have asked for help but have found no response.  Do any of these apply?

The two bags are your children, who you have no help to carry. The dreams describe the man in your life as apparently strong, but in fact doing nothing to help. What can you do though? Certainly stop pushing yourself so hard – or learn to relax the feeling of constant pressure. Make a long term plan to gain help from your children, to share the load. As a mother you are an important person and no mother should live in a society that make a mother feel such stress. So be like a tigress and stand up for you rights.

There is also a feeling of isolation in your dream, despite you being among people. It is important for you to recognise this and wonder how it has come about.

Useful Questions and Hints:

What is shown as disabled in my dream, and what can I recognize about myself from that?

Is this a physical or a mental disability? If mental what lack does it suggest?

Do I feel I am a failure in certain areas, and if so does my dream show me how I can transform those feelings?

See Avoid Being VictimsMartial Art of the Mind –  Techniques for Exploring your Dreams


-Bronwyn Cinnamon 2018-05-05 6:18:41


CN you help Please?

What could it mean if I dream that my disabled step daughter gets up and walks but my husband doesn’t believe me?


    -Tony Crisp 2018-05-10 10:52:59

    Bronwyn – It suggests that you have a hidden conflict in you about your daughter.

    Many people do not realise that they have an inner husband equally as powerful as an external husband. 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 husband, and they are what makes you the person you are. This is true even if your husband was never there for you – you still have all the memories of him not being there for you filed under ‘husband’. 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 husband can appear in dreams because you are deeply influenced by what you hold within you.

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