To dream of being accused before a court and Acquitted foretells prosperity to yourself and failure to your enemies.



Acquitted | The Dream Meanings

Keywords of this dream: Acquitted

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

To dream that you are acquitted of a crime, denotes that you are about to come into possession of valuable property, but there is danger of a law suit before obtaining possession.

To see others acquitted, foretells that your friends will add pleasure to your labors. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

To be acquitted indicates valuable property and legal battles. You’re likely to have a rough time from hostile competition if you dreamed of being acquitted in court, but relax--you will overcome it suddenly. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Any dream about a judicial process is usually to do with your own internal sense of right or wrong, so to dream that you have been acquitted of a crime suggests that spiritually you feel you can justify your own actions.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Material aspects: On a more mundane level, to dream that you are acquitted of a crime denotes the possibility of legal action.

To see others acquitted in your dream signifies that you are able to find compassion and forgiveness over others’ misdemeanours.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

The Complete Dream Book

An inheritance of considerable value is foretold by a dream of being acquitted of a crime or misdemeanor.... The Complete Dream Book

Mystic Dream Book

See MAGISTRATE. But this dream is more serious, and foretells family troubles and disagreements, whatever the ultimate issue may be. It is an unfortunate omen, even though you are acquitted and set free.... Mystic Dream Book

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Very common with some people, especially during adolescence or times of stress. Sometimes accompa­nied by hallucinations. Sleep walking is normal as an occa­sional event in children.

If the child is agitated, excited or acting in a manner to injure themselves during the sleep walk­ing, then it may be a sign of emotional distress.

The same applies to adults. Many sleep walkers perform complex acts without coming to harm.

A young Ponsmouth boy drove his father’s car 27 miles before waking in South­ampton.

The police checked his story and did not charge him. But sometimes severe injury is inflicted either upon them­selves or others. During a dream phone-in on London Broad­casting Company, a man told me his experience of smashing through a glass window, cutting an artery and nearly bleeding to death. In America and England homicidal acts have been committed while the person claimed to be sleepwalking, and the people involved were acquitted of murder.

Because of such powerful activity during sleep, many peo­ple who experience this type of sleep walking are worried about what they might do to a partner sleeping next to them.

In most cases one wakes as the contact is made, or the in­volved person wakes one, but the element of risk cannot be denied. Where such worry exists, hope can be gained by un­derstanding what was observed with many men who began to sleep walk after war combat. In their cases the movements, speech and emotions were observably connected with trauma occurring during their war experience.

The self regulatory process in dreams was thereby attempting to release the ten­sion, horror or emotional pain of the events. Where these emotions could be met consciously, perhaps with the help of a psychotherapist, the sleep movements stopped. This sug­gests that dramatic activity while sleep walking has similar roots, and can be dealt with. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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