Disturbing Violent Dreams Meaning

Interpret Your Dreams What Do They Mean

Dream interpretation and analysis is an art you can easily learn. There is nothing sinister about your dreams and most will convey a special meaning. Not a warning, a special meaning.

Learning the difference is your first step in analyzing your own dreams.

Dream practitioners have over the years studied the meaning of dreams and have come to the conclusion that all dreams, no matter how insignificant they seem, can be interpreted to portray to you a real meaning in life.

Dreams often have a common theme running through them. They often contain symbols and when interpreting dreams it is a good idea to know some common dream symbols.

Symbols in your dreams such as snakes, spiders or any other object are the subject of a dream dictionary.

Dream symbols mean something. Let’s take the example of you dreaming about the house where you lived as a child. When you dream about your childhood house it would have been during a time when you have not had any negative influences in your life, a life of being innocent, that provided you the most security.

Often dreams about your house when you were a child opportunistically comes about during periods of trauma such as a separation or a divorce. The dream is providing you with security, a place where you will find a moments peace dreaming about the childhood memory.

Dreams often reset your brain. Provide you with calmness so you can clearly face the challenges in your life.

Disturbing and violent dreams often convey another meaning.

Violent Dream Analysis

When interpreting violent and disturbing dreams you will often come across the advice to write down the dream, as much as you can remember, as soon as you wake up. The reason for this is because when you awaken you will soon forget about your dream and find it difficult to recall.

The real secret, the secret no one will tell you, is to also record your feelings, your emotions, sweating, crying, feeling ill – every single emotion and sense you experienced.

By recording this you can yourself, easily identify the situation that you experience these feelings. If you wake up and your heart is thumping, then you have genuinely experienced an event that set of your fright flight mechanism, adrenalin.

Interpreting an emotion like this can be difficult. You could look at the dream guiding you that if you continue with a course of action in your life then this might be an emotion you will experience.

Let me elaborate on this by discussing a dream of death. Death in a dream often means the end of something. It does not and will never mean you or anyone else will die. Remember that point.

If you are working in a job that you actually despise doing because it is ruining your social life, the way you feel about yourself and you want to move on, then do it. The end of something dreams are often guiding you to end something for your own benefit.

This could also mean an abusive relationship, a challenging friendship or even a car that continually breaks down.

It is your dream. You know what is happening in your life. You and only you can associate an ending dream with what is occurring in your life.

Learning To Understand Disturbing Dreams

Violent and disturbing dreams really are a last resort dream. It is your mind, your subconscious screaming out to you, in no uncertain terms, that for your own good you have to end something or rather something is coming to an end where you need to accept it, so you can move on.

The higher the emotional quotient you feel in your dream, heart thumping, crying, night sweats – the more pressing the dream is for you to realize there is something you need to do, you have to take action and be prepared.

Take the example you dreamed about kissing your best friend, opposite sex or same sex, doesn’t matter. Could that dream mean you are attracted to your best friend or could that dream be saying to you that your best friend is your comfort, your security who you trust entirely?

That is how you interpret dreams, look at the dream, see the symbols, feel the emotions, use your sense and then start about analysing your dream with a true meaning.

6 thoughts on “Disturbing Violent Dreams Meaning

  1. Jaymie

    I had a dream where I saw someone being murdered or was already dead. She had long dark hair, and green or blue eyes. There were two men, both were in jump suites, denim blue. One was taller then the other by about 4-5 inches, the taller one possibly wearing a hat. Both men looked between 25-35 years old, they seemed semi clean shaven. They looked like they were burying her in a ditch under a large log by a fast running stream in a highly wooded area, her head by the stream. The ditch was very rounded and the dirt very dry. The stream ran from west to east, I could tell from where the sun was. I got the feeling she had been assaulted sexually, or was going to be because she looked passed the two men right into my eyes. She seemed frozen but I couldn’t tell if she was tied up, and I didn’t see her mouth gagged or anything. It was as if she knew she was going to die, and had given up fighting, but wanted me to know. The shorter man in my dream had a buzz cut and he saw that she wasn’t looking at him, that she was looking past him, between the two men, she looked right at me, like she was saying “help” with her eyes,but then he turned around, the shorter man, and he saw me. He head butted me at the same time I felt like he was saying “GET OUT”, and then I woke up. I have dreams like this all the time. About people I don’t know, and the images sometimes the people that want help in my dreams it seems, are very warped and muddled and scary. Others are very clear and I don’t know the people or the places .But I remember them in such detail either way, sometimes the next day I find myself online a week or so after looking up missing persons reports online. Sometimes names are given to me, places, but also sometimes they are mixed with my own memories of certain places. Any ideas? I’ve had dreams on and off like this all my life. ty ~ J

  2. TerryG Post author

    Hello Jaymie, you are describing a very exciting ability. Rather then write here how to approach this, we would recommend finding a psychic in your area where you can sit with them and go through your experiences. A psychic who specialises in dream interpretation can offer you many techniques to develop this ability where you will have a greater understanding of your dreams and how to develop your own interpretations.

  3. Jaymie

    TY for your prompt reply! I’ve been looking, but am skeptical of scams. Any recommendations in the NorthWest US area of anyone who might have a better understanding of my dreams, and/or specializes in how to better understand them myself. Thank you very much again ~ J

  4. TerryG Post author

    Hello Jaymie, no I do not know anyone in that area. My suggestion here is word of mouth. Ask your friends and colleagues, someone will no of a credible psychic. Good luck.

  5. Dexter

    I had this dream about a war. Can’t remember the reason or cause of the war, but I felt we were the one being invaded. Right before it all started, the two forces got very close, about 4 meters apart. We were conversing in a language I could not understand but could speak fluently. (thus not knowing the reason or cause of the war)

    As soon as hell broke loose, I pulled out 2 sword-like weapons from my back and I was cutting down people left and right, even those that are unarmed. Some of the people appear very small, as if they were adults in the size of an infant. These ones I took special care to make sure they were dead by stabbing and cutting them more than I could remember.

    When i woke up from the dream, I felt like I was about to throw up there and then.

    Although I’ve had violent and gory dreams previously, this is my first time having such violent dream and waking up feeling queasy.

  6. John

    So, tonight I had my first gory dream as far as I know. I was with a group of people in some room, a bit like a gymnasium. The lights were out and everybody was settled down as if we were going to sleep. Suddenly, two hands lifted a trap door up and someone yelled “Snakes!” At that moment, hundreds of spiders and a good amount of snakes came out from the trap door. Everyone went into panic. The snakes were short and fat, with their sides glowing teal in the dark. The spiders were like daddy long-legs, only with thicker bodies and were tall enough to reach your ankle. The spiders’ eyes glowed red. The spiders and snakes attacked us. Everyone ran. I hit my head or something and blacked out. When I awoke, my feet hurt, the lights were on, and there was a sheet over my lower body which I had planned to sleep in before the trap door opened. I saw four or five snake tails near my feet. I threw up the sheet and the snakes ran. I check my hurting feet.(this is where it gets gory). The snakes had chewed away a large amount of the flesh on my heel. The bone was visible at a round spot near where the heel meets the arch. Many of the toes were missing, and it seemed the ankle joint barely survived. Both were this way. There was no blood, though. There never was any blood in this dream. I couldn’t walk, and everyone was gone. I needed to get to help. I saw a gruesome sight a few feet away: the whole flesh off someone else’s feet. The heel and all. I grabbed them, feeling nauseous not about the feet, but my feet being gone. I slip the flesh onto my own nubs, and make sure there is enough padding to walk. There is, and I leave to find help. I find much of my family in some other building. They are all sitting down. My uncle is there and I instinctively go to him, because he is a nurse. I slide off the fleshy “shoe” and show him. To my amazement, my toes and much of my flesh had grown back, but the bone was still visible. My uncle takes out his phone and began to take pictures. I was not concerned for I was feeling no pain. My dad asked me what was wrong after my uncle was done. I had put the “shoes” back on. I slid off the “shoes” to show him, and he acted as if it was no big deal, so I was surprised and went to point at the bone, but recieved a greater shock to see that my flesh had grown back and now covered it up. I was going to be fine, because somehow, I had healed. My dream ended here. I had a second dream, though it was a normal dream, and not what I am here to ask about. I have never had a dream like this. It is disturbing and nauseating. Can you tell me what it might mean? I need to have this explained.

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