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Being thrown into a pit by an unknown woman.

2 years 2 months ago #1 by hfernandez1983

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  • Hi,

    I am 25 and I live in India. I have had this recurring dream a couple of times and it has really got me whacked. I see a faceless woman standing behind me and out of nowhere she just pushes me down into this huge dark pit in the ground. I fall and hurt myself and scream for help but I am left all alone inside.

    What can this mean? I really dont understand and its driving me crazy. Tried using the dictionary but i am a bit confused??!!

    Can anyone help?

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    2 years 2 months ago - 2 years 2 months ago #2 by Stella

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  • The key symbol in your dream should help you determine what waking life issue/situation has generated your dream. Here's a link to its meaning on this website:

    www.dreamdoctor.com/component/dreams/?co...task=details&id=1438

    What woman in your waking life (alive or perhaps deceased) has made you feel as if they are responsible for casting you into a deep, dark pit? This "pit" might relate to an emotional state (a pit of despair, depression, etc) or it might relate to a social, financial or professional situation in which you feel as if you are alone, abandoned and/or unable to recover/escape.

    As you have had this dream recurringly, think back to when it first started and what was going on in your waking life. Recurring dreams are always about unresolved issues. Once you identify the waking life catalyst of your dream and the identity of the woman, you can confront the issue consciously... which should make go away.

    I hope that helps.
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