Dreams About Verbal Abuse
Verbal Abuse In Dreams
I do believe that deams of being verbally abused can be both unsettling and thought provoking. In such dreams, you may find yourself in a situation where someone is attacking you verbally with insults or criticism. But, what does this mean? This dream could represent feelings of guilt or insecurity in your waking life. Alternatively, it could reflect times when they feel overwhelmed by stress or anxiety. Imagine someone coming over to you and shouting that you are no good -- or a four letter word! There is no reason for this insult. There is no justification. It is simply --- out of the blue. Uncalled for! What do you do?
Retaliation might be your instinctive reaction. There is a possibility that you can shout an insult back or that it may turn physical. Maybe a bunch of four-letter words will be shouted at you after your reaction. You may retaliate by calling a friend, relative, the police. No matter what your response was, this whole situation would cause you to feel negative emotions. Yes, you will feel a rush of negative emotion directed at the world, and rightly so. The reason I mention this scienario, is because dreams of verbal abuse are ALL about the pain without justification. There is a moral gap that is playing out in this dream. It is the perception that there is a sense of superiority/inferiority. Remember, when there is conflict there is always pain.
In life, the dream of verbal abuse are about feeling overwhelmed by these moral gaps I mentioned above and the want to equalize or return to moral harmony. To balance things out. This desire for justice manifests as a feeling that you cannot control other people’s emotions. Strong emotions will result from the belief that you don't deserve to be insulted when of course, YOU have done nothing wrong. These emotions can take the form of sadness.
Let's pretend that they have apologised to you for insulting you. They say, "Hey there I am sorry I insulted you before, please accept my apology." This simple sorry, has moved into the fact you are feeling like everything is okay. Everything is now "equal." The moral divide that existed has gone. It's all over now. We could say that we are even. In spite of the fact that neither of us is better than the other, neither of us deserves to be treated worse or better. Our moral compass is the same for all of us. This is the lesson of the dream of verbal abuse. That you are seeking the balance of morals.
You may also be trying to come to terms with the fact that YOUR own behavior or words have hurt someone else in some way and they are feeling guilty about it. Whatever the case, verbal abusive dreams can have a powerful impact on how we feel during our waking hours, and the lesson to learn spiritually is to remember they are about balancing out our own moral highground.
What does it mean to dream of being verbally abused?
As well as the above meaning, dreams of being verbally abused can also be seen as a warning. They may represent a need to make changes in our lives, or take action to remove ourselves from an unhealthy situation. It could also be interpreted as the subconscious mind trying to help you identify and address your own negative patterns of behavior.
Ultimately, dreams of being verbally abused can provide valuable insight into your own life. In my view, dreams can help us to gain a better understanding of our own feelings and motivations, as well as the impact we have on those around us. By paying attention to these dreams, we can use them as a guide for making positive changes in our lives. Dreams of others swearing at you can remind us that words are powerful and should be used with care. We can also learn to better protect ourselves from hurtful words, while still being able to express our feelings in a positive and constructive way. With this knowledge, we can strive to create healthier relationships with both ourselves and those around us. By paying attention to dream messages about verbal abuse, we can gain valuable insights into how we can be better.
WHO abused you verbally in your dream?
If you are verbally abused by a friend or family member in a dream it is important to understand how this dream plays out. It could mean that you need to confront a situation head-on and make sure they know what is unacceptable behavior -- if you have had conflict with them recently. It could simply be saying: Don't be afraid to express how people have hurt you, but also try to remain calm and find a mutually respectful way when communicating with others. If you are being verbally abused by an acquaintance or colleague in a dream then it can be connected to the need to seek their assistance if necessary. Maybe there is a life changing question you need help with.
If you are the victim of verbal abuse in a dream in a public setting, such as on social media or in a public place, then it is important to remain calm and remember that you have the power to stand up for yourself. If you avoid engaging with the person who is verbally abusing you during the dream then this can be connected to making sure that you do not focus on other peoples sagas but but instead find someone in authority or a friend.
Being verbally abused by a family member in a dream can indicate that you need to know that some people struggle to communicate with others who are different from them, but others can see these differences and show how beautiful they are all. The world would not be as interesting and multidimensional without how family is different. To grow and nourish in the face of conflict is the dream meaning.
Conclusion of a dream of verbal abuse
Overall, this dream can indicate that it is important to remember that we have the right to be treated with respect and kindness and that verbal abuse should never be tolerated. By staying aware of our rights, we can protect ourselves and stand up for what is right. If you find yourself in an unhealthy or dangerous situation, in the dream world it reflects how you are feeling in the waking world. The key takeaway of this dream is to ensure that everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. And, above all, that you are not alone in your struggles. Seek out people you trust and reach out for help if needed.
By Flo Saul
Jan 2, 2023