Dream about a disabled woman

Dream about A Disabled Woman is about new undertakings and emergence of fresh energy. You have a new perspective or different outlook in life. There is some strong force that is inconveniencing you in a situation. Your dream signals pleasant and joyous surroundings. You have a positive outlook in life.

A Disabled Woman points at love, affection and friendship. You are taking an active role in the way your life is going. You have put your all into some relationship or project and now you are exhausted. Your dream denotes the importance of spiritual enlightenment and inner strength as opposed to material richness. You need to take the lead in some projection or situation.

Dream about both “Disabled” and “Woman” unfortunately draws attention to the five senses which are sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch. An overwhelming anxiety is threatening the boundary between your subconscious and your ego. Perhaps you feel that you have too much responsibility to bear and are overburdened by circumstances in your life. Your dream is sadly some abusive situation or unfortunate circumstance. You do not have enough time to complete a task.

Dream about a disabled woman is a metaphor for intelligence, cunningness, deception and cleverness. You will overcome your adversities with ease. You are looking back at past emotions and what you can learn from those experiences. This dream is a message for your ability to confront life challenges. You are able to adapt to any situation or circumstance.

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Alex

Started off by seeing a disabled woman being pushed in a wheelchair by a man. Then, my mom tasked me with giving the woman some money. I chased after them and politely made the request, which the man refused but the disabled woman accepted with a smile. After returning home, I saw an estranged friend and I found myself hungry and had to make some bread and tea. But just as I was about to do so, I woke up.