Abuse Dreams

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Some dreams are just down right horrible!

Dreaming of abuse are very vivid dreams that almost makes you feel you are reliving the past. Though these dreams often revolve around an ex boyfriend, husband, mother or father. While other dreams about abuse appear to be revolving around someone you don’t know.

Carl Jung was a famous Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who believed that dreams are an important source of insight and guidance in a person’s life. Despite you may have had PTSD from a past relationship the main goal of you abuse dream would be to heal the past so you can move on.

Understanding abuse in dreams

Victims of domestic violence do not bring violence upon themselves, they do not always lack self-confidence, nor are they just as abusive as the abuser. If you are a victim of abuse, it’s important to know that you are not alone and that help is available. Sometimes our dreams pull out painful memories and we encourage you to reach out for help. Talk to someone you trust such as a friend, family member, or counselor, about what you’re experiencing. You can also call a helpline or support group for survivors of abuse. Consider counseling: Counseling can be a helpful way to process the trauma of abuse and develop coping strategies. Look for a counselor who specializes in trauma or abuse.

What does it mean to dream of abuse?

If you are not a victim of abuse but are dreaming of abuse it represents being taken advantage of in your life. Dreams about abuse actually encourage the dreamer to develop teeth and confidence in life. But this is not all, in fact, dreams about abuse want you to find out what specific areas that have been violated. If not in all cases dreaming about someone abusing you tends to be unconscious, whereas the people you once held close to you.

Have you been abused in the past?

Many people search online to find out why do they keep dreaming about an abusive family member or ex boyfriend. Abuse can have a wide range of psychological effects on a person, depending on the nature and severity of the abuse, as well as the individual’s personality, coping skills, and support system.

These horrible dreams encourage the dreamer to build up their self confidence, treat ongoing depression, or avoid substances. There is meaning to your dream and it wants to help you heal the past.

The difference between abused or abuser

If you are abusing someone in your dream tends to have a different meaning than being abused. Being the abuser tells you about hidden aspects about yourself that could be abusive. This could be someone who you are mistreating; coarse and insulting in language; scurrilous; harshly scolding.

Spiritual meaning of abuse in dreams

One of the major areas of exploration would be to find out the unconscious parts in your life that you are hiding behind. Long-term emotional or physical abuse can also result in several health problems, including depression, anxiety, substance abuse, chronic pain. The spiritual meaning of abuse in your dream wants you to find balance and harmony in your life but you have to come to teams with it.

Psychological Interpretation of abuse dreams

Recurring dreams about abuse tends to contain unconscious or past trauma that needs healing. What is important would be to pull up emotions that are trapped within the psyche of the dreamer.

Here are some helpful dream tips to help you with abuse dreams

  1. Is the theme about abuse recurring or random?
  2. What are some of your feelings expressed in your dream
  3. Is the person known or unknown to you? If they are know can you recall any abuse from the past either emotional or phyical?
  4. Have you ever witnessed abuse? How did you cope with it when you saw it?
  5. Locations in your dream help you pinpoint specific areas.
  6. Where was the exact location where they hit you?
  7. Did you ever dream of a family member or loved one being abused?
  8. Have you ever been abused by a weapon in your dreams?

 

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