Dream about Running Over Child

Dream about running over child stands for repressed and negative feelings that you may have about yourself. Someone is being recognized. You rely too much on the opinions of others in the management of your own affairs. Your dream is a symbol for your childhood where the times were more carefree and simpler. Your mind does not know any limits.

Running over child represents difficulties and errors in your judgment. You are not letting your vulnerabilities show through. There are some characteristics that you are refusing to acknowledge or incorporate into your self. Your dream refers to feelings of rejection. You are not mentally prepared for the next phase of your life.

Running over child in dream is an evidence for aspects of your own self that you are still trying to get to know. You are having difficulties accepting others and their differences. You need to take time off for yourself and relax. Your dream points to your tendency to prejudge and look down on others. You need to proceed cautiously and approach an issue with careful consideration.

Dream about running over child is a warning for regrets, past hurts or what-ifs

You need to cleanse yourself and wash away past hurts. You are paying too much attention to a person or an object. The dream is a message for guilt and impurity. You are ignoring someone or being ignored.

Running over child is sadly a warning signal for your personal goals or an opportunity that is within your grasp. You are too impulsive and relying too much on fate. You have problems holding on to things. This dream is sadly an admonition for your helplessness and your fears of letting others become aware of your vulnerabilities and incompetence. You are putting forth a hard exterior and not letting others in.

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