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My Mother’s Leg Is Twisted
I saw my mom running around a large object. Later in the dream, one of her legs is broken and her body is injured, yet she is still running. I clearly see that her elbow is disjointed from her arm and her foot is twisting left. I feel pain for her but cannot stop her from running.
Main Life Issues:
Currently my career.
Someone sees that a close connection is injured and in bad shape yet manages to go on.
Mother: A caretaker, someone who nurtures others; often a role model for a daughter as is the case in this dream.
Running: Expending energy, trying to move forward quickly.
A broken leg: Challenges in mobility, difficulty moving forward; something that can hold one back, slow things down.
Injured: Something that caused distress or pain; something that needs care and attention.
Disjointed: Something disconnected, out of line; in this case, likely mirrors dreamer’s progress is not what they want.
Twisted leg: A leg provides support to the body and twisted is a metaphor of not having the stability or security one seeks or wants.
What the dream Means:
Dreams often exaggerate to make a point. Your mother is a symbol of someone who perseveres beyond all odds, ignores the pain and demonstrates courage and strength, despite overwhelming obstacles. The dream tells you that even though your career feels difficult right now, you must keep going.
Bottom Line: The dream is an encouragement to find your strength and power through, even though things are painful and difficult.
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