Imprisonment for an unknown offence and transfer

Imprisonment for an unknown offence and transfer




I was in jail for a crime I don't remember. And I was one of the top prisoners in that place.

I was supplying the drugs for the whole prison and I had a kind of secret lair inside the prison.

My parents who were there (in jail too) discovered my hideout and told the guards. Then I was transferred to another jail.


Hello Maria,

Thank you for submitting your dream. Dreams related to prison carry significant messages that can have a positive impact on your life, if you are attentive enough to the message your subconscious is sending you. I will give you in detail all the meanings of the symbols you saw in your dream.

Indeed Maria, if you saw yourself in prison, this symbolizes a set of situations that tend to escape your control in your life. This situation is gradually leading you into a mental lock-in and you are not really aware of it.

This is the reason why you will feel a certain loneliness at times and you will very often have the feeling that your freedom is restricted.

Faced with this, your subconscious mind wants to alert you to this situation of anxiety that you are experiencing. This is the reason why you were imprisoned in your dream for this crime that you do not remember.

In reality, this crime symbolizes an unconscious desire you have to solve a problem that has been going on until now. And for this you will need help, which is why you saw your parents in that prison.

Your parents symbolize your security and protection. Through their presence, your subconscious mind reveals your need to get closer to certain members of your family with whom you have distanced yourself.

In your dream, the drugs symbolize a bad influence from certain people around you, a warning from your subconscious to be careful about the decisions you make.

In the end Maria you will have to make radical decisions to get out of certain situations.


William William



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