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Me and My Husband in Plane Crash - A Recurring Nightmare
Husband and I die in a plane crash.
My husband and I are waiting to take off in a plane. The engine starts, we take off, then crash and die. In the dream, we are always together. We travelled with the children only once. I have been having this dream for about a year.
Afraid, scared, ashamed.
Married with three very young children.
Something ends very badly.
Plane Crash: Something takes off but has a drastic ending.
Waiting: Wanting something to happen, to move forward.
Plane taking off: Something rises above; in this case, metaphor for trying to rise above a situation.
We die: Death as a metaphor for a drastic change, in this case, a warning that the relationship may be spiraling downward and could end.
What it Means:
Most dreams are symbolic, so the event that ends badly may be a project, financial venture, or a relationship, not a warning about a plane crash. The description of feeling ashamed is a hint about the true meaning of the dream. It makes sense to feel afraid, but why do you feel ashamed since you have no control over an airplane? That suggests something in your life makes you feel bad, such as troubles with your husband.
Bottom Line: If there are relationship issues, the dream warns that the relationship could come to an unexpected, bad end if you continue on the same track. However, dreams are warnings; if one or both change how you interact, the destructive path you are on could alter.
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