Dream about a man burning

Dream about A Man Burning is a premonition for possibilities and your desire to explore new things. You need to hold true to your words and do what you say you are going to do. You are stepping up and taking control of a situation. Your dream is a message for your deep and intimate connection with God. You need to confront and overcome current difficulties before you can move forward with your life.

A Man Burning is sometimes spirituality, knowledge, healing and refreshment. You are also opening yourself up to criticism. Despite our differences and disagreements, we can all still come together. This dream is a clue for spirituality and vitality. You are feeling picked on or harassed.

Dream about both “Man” and “Burning” denotes fertility, abundance, or your need to be sheltered and protected. You need to put aside your pride and ego and not let it get in the way of friendships and relationships. It is time to let go of some past grudge, guilt, or resentment so that you can move ahead with your life. Your dream is a warning alert for the shedding away of old ways, habits and conditions. You are not taking responsibility for some matter.

Dream about a man burning points at something or someone that you look up to. You need to be more confident and self-assured. Somebody that you know very well is being deceitful. This dream points to virginity, lust and sensuality. You are able to land on your feet and overcome difficulties with grace.

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There was a man on the ground with his face covered. The dream people told me he was dead and they needed to lay him on a bed of hot coals to burn his remains. His clothes didn’t burn but the coal smoldered. Then he started to convulse. I tried telling the people to pull him out, that he wasn’t dead. They told me to calm down, this is normal. The convulsions got worse and he moaned. I moved to take the cover off his face and they led me away.