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Car Killing People Dream Interpretation
"I saw a car speeding around the city. It hit a pedestrian, sending blood and body parts flying. I was horrified. But the car kept going around corners and down streets, hitting another person and then another. The scenes were bloody and terrifying."
Accidents are accidents because they are unintentional. Mistakes. A speeding car gets into one accident after another with lethal results. People are killed. Could this dreamer be fearful of making terrible mistakes?
Letís look at the symbols:
Speeding car. Going too fast in life. Working or proceeding hastily.
Accidents. Mistakes. Obstacles.
Pedestrians being killed. Collateral damage in one's waking life. People will take a hit, be injured.
Blood and body parts spewing all over. One's effect on others will be highly negative, damaging them in a serious manner.
The Dream Interpretation
This dreamer is racing along at a dangerous speed. He fears that in his efforts to achieve his goals, he may end up hurting others in such a serious way that their own lives (business, personal) will be damaged. For example, I explained, he might make business decisions in his best interest but it might mean letting go of certain clients, vendors or employees which would, of course, impact their professional and personal lives at least financially. And this makes him feel horrible. He does not want to be responsible for "killing" other people's financial lives.
This is a reflection of his subconscious fears.
I encourage his dreamer to release any guilt he might harbor about the business decisions he must make in order for his own business to succeed. As long as those decisions are sound and ethical, he has to recognize that his clients, vendors and employees need to deal with the unforeseen but inevitable events that occur in their own lives. In other words, he can't feel guilty about the natural outcomes of the business process. He isn't being ruthless. But he can't be a bleeding heart, either, and keep on clients, vendors and employees that do not improve the bottom line or he himself will go out of business. Then, he can't help anyone. He must trust that in the whole life process, everyone will find his own way, and there will be others his business can help as he secures new clients, vendors and employees.
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