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Mother in a Wheelchair
I was in the house where I grew up. My mother was in a wheelchair and being pushed by my brother to the steps that go upstairs. She is frail but gets out of the wheelchair and starts to climb the stairs; her hair was short and straight.
Just lost my father.
It’s a story of someone with very little strength who manages to go on with the support of a loved one.
In a Wheelchair: Someone who needs help.
Brother: As the one pushing the wheelchair, a symbol of someone who helps; in this dream, suggests you have support around you and should use it.
Hair: What comes out of one’s head, as attitudes and feelings.
Short hair: Hair as thoughts, short hair as a metaphor for not thinking much, not thinking things through enough.
Short, straight hair: A look that is plain as a metahor for thoughts or attitudes that may lack bounce or energy.
What it Means:
The frail person is likely you, feeling emotionally depleted and drained due to the loss of your father. The mother as a main symbol may indicate your role as a nurterer to others or your own need to nurture yourself, take care of yourself as you deal with the pain of your recent loss.
Bottom Line: Despite feeling emotionally worn out, the dream indicates you manage to go on with your life with the support of loved ones.
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