War cry?




I had a lucid /sleep paralysis type of dream and i slept in the living room and across is kitchen.

In dream i seen one of my ancestors i feel, with red yellow face paint & nxt to them was my dog roomate barking.

My great grandma is black foot tribe, red signifies war blood and success and happiness and beauty. I feel like it’s my roomate and then 2 days after i woke up with scratches on my neck in the form of X’s and my room mate has been acting weird since my cat has been here..


Hello Niyah,

Your dream is interesting and you are right to share it with us.

You are paralyzed by anguish in front of a situation that you would have liked to avoid, but you feel powerless. I will explain to you right away the different symbols of your dream.

Dreaming of sleep paralysis is often linked to a blockage or an inability to achieve your goals.

If you are having trouble making your own decisions without any outside influence, it is time to take charge of your life. Your subconscious is inviting you to face your fears.

Seeing your ancestors means that you may be feeling the need to connect with your origins. It is also a sign that major changes are about to take place in your life.

In the rest of your dream, your ancestors have paint on their faces. It may mean that someone is trying to hide something. Beware of those around you, as many pretend to be what they really are not.

Also, color in dreams related to painting is not to be overlooked. Yellow is a sign of betrayal. And red paint is a sign of conflict in your relationship or the occurrence of an event that will affect your peace of mind.

The scratches in your dream portend sad news. Even if you have compassion for your loved ones, remember that to achieve your goals you will have to develop your own path, away from toxic people.

The letter X on your neck means that no matter what difficulty you are currently in, you will get through it.

Niyah, an exciting life awaits you. Your subconscious is telling you not to lose hope.

Yours sincerely,

Anne Anne



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