Have You Ever Been Accused In Your Dreams?
Being accused in your dreams can feel so realistic just waking up alone from this nightmare you will breathe a sigh of relief.
You might think you dodged a bullet for now, but being falsely accused is a symbol that still remains unconscious, and its only a matter of time before reoccurs again.
Why You Are Being Accused In Your Dream
Depending what you are falsely accused of whether it be killing, cheating, crime, stealing money; or perhaps being wrongfully imprisoned are metaphoric clues that points to underlying problem. What could this be?
By investigating the emotions expressed in the dream when being accused – feelings of powerlessness, helplessness, anger, or confusion we become one step closer to figuring out what the dream is trying to tell you.
Accused In Dreams
If you are being accused of something you didn’t do seems to be reflecting some aspect of your walking life that you are feeling wrongfully judged, blamed or guilty about.
These particular style dreams can mirror anything from your relationships to work place environments where some underlying accusations that fall under the radar. Remember you are being blamed for something you had no involvement it. Does this ring a bell?
Alternatively it’s unconscious origins might be pointing at a past experience that has molded in a particular way – being accused from your past tends to be a recurring dream.
The fact that wrongful convictions just in the United States alone as estimated around 46,000 and 230,000 of an estimated 2.3 million prisoners have been falsely incarcerated, shows this can happen to anybody.
Accused Of Killing In Dreams
These awful dreams may reflect being blamed for killing off, removing or expelling aspects of your identity that still remains unconscious. You will be judged for this unlawful act as your actions have repercussions, see killing dream meaning. In essence this is something you need to be aware of, could be stemming from guilt or wrongfully judged.
Wrongfully Imprisoned Dream Meaning
You have been arrested and found by the judge to be guilty of a crime. Going to jail suggests this unknown issue will cause you confinement and an inability to be free (mental).
- stuck, confined or locked up in some area in your life
- your personal freedom is now restricted
- time for repenting or reflection
- mental confinement
- controlled by others