People dream of courts and laws for a reason. According to this interpretation, you are challenged to move on in your life if you dream of court or law matters.
It is true whether it is the physical world or the spiritual worlds - moving on to the next stage or phase of your life is what is challenging you the most. The type and difficulty of the challenge will depend on what kind of law it is specifically: common law means that an event in one’s life needs changing; civil law indicates moral beliefs need adjusting to prepare well enough for future situations.
To dream of civil courts could mean that you need to solve your arguments with a close friend. If you are going before the court, it may be time for you and this person to settle things down, or they will continue fighting until one side is victorious. Similarly, if someone accuses you of an argument about something, it’s best not to argue back because defensive actions can lead them nowhere but jail!
A dream of being in court is a reflection of your self-justification and guilt. If you have “ancient” guilt that is to say - guilt that is passed down through generations of limiting beliefs, then it may be related to the past events and actions, such as something from childhood that still haunts you. If that is not the case, there might be some unresolved issue with someone close to you who has been eating away at your conscience for years now.
For others who are experiencing a pang of more sexual guilt (Freud), it could involve feelings of shame around sexuality issues like pornography addiction or perhaps how they view themselves sexually through their relationships but never felt good enough about themself. All these things can play into what’s going on emotionally inside us when we’re dreaming ourselves up standing before lawyers and judges.
If it were not to be so, why would our subconscious mind care enough to show us such judgemental figures in our dreams when it could have easily conjured up pleasant dreams for us when we fell asleep? You may meet someone with odd behavior on account of their subconscious issues, but don’t worry because they have a reason for it. They are not trying to make things difficult; the person is doing all of these actions in order to feel something since their life has been so dull and empty that anything else would be better than nothing at all.
There is a difference between being inert and accepting change. Even if it may seem frightening at first, change can be proven to have positive outcomes in the end. For instance, when someone gets married or becomes an authoritative figure within their field of work, they embrace this new opportunity with open arms instead of trying desperately to preserve what once was.
Those who have unresolved issues in their subconscious minds - they self-deceptively skirt promising opportunities while seeming like they’re embracing them and executing their roles properly. While the dream is a challenge or an eventual triumph, it won’t be very sensible without an audience to applaud and admire. If you’ve seen judges in your dreams recently, then this may represent some hidden part of yourself that needs attention from others - maybe someone close to you desires affirmation because they depend on how other people feel about them.
Any dream about the court is generally negative. A courtroom-related dream can be a warning sign for problems in your life, as it may mean that you are being judged unfairly or unjustly by someone who does not care to hear what you have to say. This person will either hold power over your decision-making or influence factors that are responsible to steer your decision-making process.
They may even impose punishment within their institution (in which case this could indicate an ongoing struggle such as with one’s health), or they do not currently wield power but want to use legal proceedings against another individual so badly that they would take any opportunity available - even if all hope of justice has been lost since there was no way of knowing how long the trial might go on without end. “Kafkaesque” is a term used to describe the feeling of being in a complex and confusing situation that never seems to end.
This passage from “A Personal Account,” describes people who feel stuck living with an indecipherable nightmare - interspersed by meaningless court proceedings by mysterious judges with no end in sight. The dream itself comes up as linked often with those dealing with personality disorders (PDs), where intimacy can become frightening because it means exposing oneself emotionally while also facing many fears about loss or abandonment caused by past trauma.
If you had such a dream and are experiencing a similar situation in waking life then you are scared and panicked that somebody will catch you. You fear that they’ll end up hurting you, diminishing your security in a way nobody should ever be able to do. In these moments of panic, it’s hard for the mind to think about anything else other than how much one wants out there and not just from life but from inside the head as well!
They seem so stuck within themselves, yet eventually, when faced with enough pressure (which is likely more mental than physical), they will finally give in to your demands and disappear completely once again, returning peace back into your home; only then can you find some sort of relief or solace.
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