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Aboriginal People

To dream of an Aboriginal people represents aspects of your personality with a mindset that survives the way it is because it's supposed to. Behavior that isn't changing itself because it has to survive the rest of it's life. A thinking style that values survival and perseverance. Perseverance and determination to overcome obstacles. Behavior that resists change, is stubborn, or puts up with whatever it has to because surviving is more important than anything happening.

Positively, the Aboriginal person symbolizes surviving with moral strength, maintaining principles, and resisting corruption of values and beliefs. Never fearing putting up with a long-term problem because you have skills that let you easily.

Negatively, the Aboriginal person symbolizes an unwillingness to give up bad habits, make progress, or think about something in a more sophisticated or mature way. It can also suggest recklessness with one's life or a lack of consideration for safety. while never even thinking of change. Over respecting yourself as older. Believing in surviving that isn't helpful or safe. Surviving respecting yourself seeing who you are before facts or reasoning are thought about.

To dream of a deer turning into a Native American person may reflect feelings about yourself having been naive about life in some way and then getting powerful insights that make you stronger about surviving whatever it was you were naive about.

Aboriginal or Native people may dream about seeing people of their race if they are experiencing race related issues. People who are only half Native may dream about Native people if they don't feel accepted by other Native people.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing Native American people. In waking life, he was struggling with a spiritual challenge and refused to give up no matter how difficult it got. The Aboriginal people in the dream may reflect his perseverance and determination to overcome his spiritual obstacles.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of seeing a train being stopped and boarded by Native Americans. In waking life she was at the end of her pregnancy. She feared losing the child and not being able to have any more children. The Native Americans in this case may have reflected her feelings about doctors thinking that the potential for death of the child was too serious with last minute medical interventions were being introduced to make her baby survive and not destory her reproductive abilities.

Example 3: A man dreamed of talking to Native Americans. In waking life, he was realizing that he was being too stubborn in his views during serious conversations with others.



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