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I dreamed about my mother who is decceased

I dreamed that my mother was beating me with a switch she did not talk but she seemed upset or angry in my dream

Posted 4 years ago
 
 
 
 

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Interpretation #1

To see your dead mother angry with you is not a good sign. It means that you have failed to live up to her expectations. She may have some hopes from you which you are not realizing. Thus, the dream is a wake up call that is urging you to respond to the wishes of your dead mother. If the wish of a deceased is not fulfilled, they may not be able to get the peace of mind. So, set out on the journey to fulfill the hopes and aspiration which your other had from you. Once you do that, your mother is likely to be pleased with you.

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Answered By: Annie(1678 points Unconsciousness Hero)
 
Interpretation #2

i dreamed with my mom who died o cancer on march 31 of last year in my dream she is still sick in pain and very mad at me. telling me i dnt knw how to do it take care of her dat only my baby sis does n im crying telling her yes i do yes i do as i smack her on shoulder y am i dreaming this

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Answered By: moto moto(1 points Novice)
 
Interpretation #3

My mom passed away in 2012 my only brother passed away June of 2014 I had a dream that my mom and brother were happy and dancing together. What does this mean?

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Answered By: malikaa478(2 points Novice)
 
Interpretation #4 by Anonymous

My dead father tried to have sex with me in the dream

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