Dream about killing bedbugs

Dream about Killing Bedbugs is about the need for you to take a closer and better look at things. You are feeling ashamed about something. You are thrusting forth your will and your power into a situation. The dream represents your own personal principles. You are idealizing about the past.

Killing Bedbugs symbolises yourself and your own subconscious mind. You are becoming more emotionally mature. You are blind to something that everyone else is clearly seeing. This dream is a metaphor for a higher level of awareness and consciousness. With time and patience, you will make steady progress.

Dream about both “Killing” and “Bedbug” signals your primal fears and feelings of falling into a pit of despair. You need to remember that you can not do everything all by yourself. After a long period of struggle, you will overcome some difficulties in your life. The dream is a portent for a person around you who is callous, ruthless and can’t be trusted. You are not sure how to go about resolving a situation in your life.

Dream about killing bedbugs is a clue for a new relationship, fresh beginnings or possible marriage. You are being faced with many demanding challenges. You are keeping certain things hidden. This dream symbolises spiritual healing and enlightenment. You have recognized your full potential.

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Alchemist

Hello, in my dream today we were exterminating bedbugs from a building where live. When the trap was set, we led the bedbugs in drones on a straight line into pit where they were exterminated. The line of bedbugs was so long that process would take long and even the ones on our bodies fell off and joined the cue to be exterminated. What does this mean? Thank you.