Dream about Lost Sight

Dream about lost sight means difficulties in expressing yourself and in getting your point across. You may feeling depressed or feel strangled by a situation or person in your life. You need to put your ideas or plans on hold. Your dream is an evidence for low self-esteem and feelings of inferiority. You want to be taken care of and not have to worry about anything else.

Lost sight points to feelings of inadequacy and a lack of discipline in your life. You want to return to a state where you were dependent and free from responsibilities. Your ideas may be alienating people. This dream is a portent for a situation in your life where you were stuck. You are trying to control or manipulate an object.

Lost sight in dream is an omen for your overwhelming (and unfounded) fear in the health of your baby. You are leaving a meaningless past behind and are thinking for yourself. You need to be more supportive to a person. The dream is an alert for a situation where you are feeling helpless or by someone who is overly controlling or is making you feel less than human. Your character will be put under scrutiny and called into question.

Dream about lost sight is an alert for regrets, past hurts or what-ifs

You need to actively assert yourself and prove yourself time and time again. You are trying to get your emotions under control. The dream is a premonition for togetherness and your need to socialize. You are wishing for a more simplified life.

Lost sight is unfortunately something that you are holding onto for too long. You can no longer ignore your friends advices. Some negative or evil force has taken over you. The dream is a warning for an unsatisfied or unfulfilled emotional life. Someone else is sad because of your actions.

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