To dream of a sister-in-law represents a compromise in your life that you are sensitive about or feel forced into. It may also reflect a compromise you've made with someone that leaves you feeling competitive, yet at a disadvantage.
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To dream of being dead represents feelings of loss or total failure. If your death takes on a more positive theme it may reflect positive changes or transformation. The end of friendships, relationships, or some important part of your life. A fear of change. Difficulty with a transition. The end of an era.
To dream of seeing dead people represents aspects if your personality that have completely changed or lost all power. It can also reflect your projection of other people that have changed or lost power. You or someone else may have experienced a noticeable change.
To dream of seeing dead loved ones who actually died in real life most likely reflect an aspect of your personality based on your most honest feelings about them. The fact that they are dead is most likely irrelevant unless it's the most powerful quality about them. For example, seeing your deceased father most likely symbolizes your conscience just as it would if he were alive.
If loved ones have recently passed away or you've been spending a lot of time remembering them then they may represent your grief or desire to be with them again.
Example: A woman dreamed of holding a dead baby in her arms. In waking life she had just received news from her doctor that she would be unable to ever bear children. The dead baby may have reflected her dead hopes to have a baby.
Example 2: A young boy dreamed of his mother being dead. In waking life his mother began to date again after divorcing his father and he feared losing his mother because as she began dating her personality started to change.
Example 3: A young man dreamed of seeing dead people he was trying to hide. In waking life he contracted a disease that was causing his hair to fall out and was desperate to hide it from everyone he knew by wearing hats.
Example 4: A young man dreamed of seeing his ex-girlfriend dead. In waking life he was very concerned about losing his friendship with his ex-girlfriend after he broke up with her.
Example 5: A man dreamed of seeing a dead bird. In waking life he accidentally met up with an ex-girlfriend whom he had strong feelings for and learned that she had moved on leaving him with no choice to get back with her. He realized all hope was gone to ever have a relationship with her ever again. The dead bird may have reflected his feelings about accepting the potential for reconciling be impossible.
Example 6: A man dreamed of seeing a dead bird. In waking life his brother died of cancer and all hope for recovering from the cancer was lost.
Example 7: A woman dreamed of seeing dead people. In waking life she was spending a lot of time thinking about and old friendship that she lost.
Example 8: A woman dreamed of seeing a dead dog. In waking life she realized that her relationship with her boyfriend was over.
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To dream of an in-law represents compromise, abiding behavior, or decisions with a stronger interest in avoiding negative situations.
Like all people in dreams they may also symbolize personality traits in you based on your feelings, opinions, or memories of them that stand out the most.
To dream of having sex with an In-Law represents an enjoyable waking life experience you are having with a compromised decision. Liking something that isn't your first choice a lot.
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To dream of siblings represents an alternative or competing perspective.
Negatively, dreaming of a sibling may reflect unpleasant feelings about yourself losing. Alternatively, it may reflect feelings or beliefs that are counterproductive to your well-being such as insecurity, second guessing yourself, or self-defeating habits. Intentionally being depressed or choosing to lose.
Positively, a sibling may reflect confidence, hope, or someone with more experience than you. A better idea than yours.
If you have more than one sibling than each sibling will represent a competing or alternative aspect of your personality based on the one thing about them that stands out the most.
Your brother or sister may also symbolize your projection of him or her at the current moment.
To dream of a brother or sister that you don't actually have may represent new ideas or new perspectives that compete with your own. They may reflect new feelings of insecurity or self-doubt. Positively, they could reflect a new sense of hope or confidence. A little kid sister may symbolize feelings of responsibility or annoyance.
To dream of a sibling rivalry represents your attempt to overcome your own insecurities or flaws. It may also reflect your struggle to come to terms with alternative opinions or feelings. Alternatively, a sibling rivalry may represent your view of other people competing over different opinions or goals.
Example: A woman kept having dreams of her sister. Her most honest feelings about her sister was the she was always better looking or more popular. In waking she kept having disappointments with dating men who she felt she wasn't good looking enough for. In her dreams her sister reflected situations or comments made by others that made her feel that she wasn't good enough for the men she wanted.
Example 2: A young woman kept having dreams of her brother. Her most honest feeling about her brother was that he was a failure. In waking life she kept having bad luck dating. Her brother in the dreams reflected her own feeling of herself being a failure in relationships.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing her brother. In waking life she was having an argument with her boyfriend and didn't like feeling like she lost the argument.
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