I dream of my deceased grandmother

I dream of my deceased grandmother




I dreamt of my grandmother who passed away, we were in a tsunami and I shouted to her "let's go, the waves will take you away" and she said "no, I'm staying here".

And she said it smiling and calmly and she was hugging another person identical to her but when she was young.

And I took a picture before I left and in the back there was no tsunami in the picture, I saw beautiful flowers and the place was very nice.


Hello Pamela.

Thank you for sharing your dream. The presence of your grandmother in this dream is a message of hope given the challenges that await you. I will explain in detail the meaning of the symbols in your dream.

The presence of your grandmother is a symbol of wisdom and security. It is a sign that she wants to protect you from where she is and wants to reassure herself that all is well in your life.

If you are in a particular period of your life, this dream can also be a sign of great changes and mutations for you. This is why she is smiling in the dream, as if to reassure you of your worries.

The tsunami you see symbolizes a major change in your life. The particularity of this change is that it can be in a good or bad way.

Your subconscious mind is telling you that you are going to escape from a danger and your past life experiences are going to help you to do so.

If you are screaming in this dream, it is a symbol of asserting yourself through speech. It means that you are trying to assert yourself and build more confidence in yourself. It is also a sign that you are freeing yourself from anger that is buried within you.

The waves here symbolize great instability in your mind. Your subconscious wants to invite you to overcome this instability to regain some balance.

Finally Pamela, the beautiful flowers you saw are a sign of a good omen. It is indeed a sign that an intimate event in your life will make you happy.

It is also a sign of a long life, and a very good health on your part.

Sincerely yours,

William William



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