Being the victim: feeling victimised; often depicts the chip on our shoulder. We may have been hurt at some time and go on bemoaning our fate.
The ‘chip’ may be useful in avoiding real responsibility or in hiding from trying out one’s positive creativity or sexuality. Thus we avoid possible failure or further hurt. Other person as victim: may still be as above; the hurts and damage received from relationship with others;
passive anger—by being the victim we get someone else to be a bastard and can thus sneer at them because we have manipulated them; hidden desires to avoid success, perhaps as a way of huning parent. See victim.
Feeling victimised; having a passive relationship with others, or one’s own internal aggression; the aspect of self which one has injured or murdered by repression or moral condemnation. See victim under roles; murder; aggression.
If we are repressing our ability to develop spiritual potential, we will experience ourselves in a dream as a victim, often of our own doing. You might also like to consult the entries for burglar, intruder and martyr.
Psychological / emotional perspective: When we are continually creating ‘no-win’ situations this tendency is highlighted in dreams, but may be done so somewhat dramatically. We may find we are victims of burglary, rape or murder, for instance. These will not necessarily be precognitive dreams apart from alerting us to the potential to become a victim.
The nature of our particular difficulty may reveal itself through the dream content.
Material aspects: In dreams we are often aware of something happening to us over which we have no control. We are the victim – in the sense that we are passive or powerless within the situation. Sometimes we are aware that we are treating others incorrectly. We are making them victims of our own internal aggression, and not handling ourselves properly in waking life.
Some emotions, characteristics, and behaviors need to be given up.
If you are making a sacrifice in the dream, or giving something away, ask how easy it is for you to let go in real life. What you may have to let go of is symbolized by what you give away or sacrifice in the dream. On the other hand, giving something away shows how compassionate you are, and how much empathy you are capable of.
If you are a victim, pay close attention to the perpetrator and figure out how you came to be cast in the role of victim and what kind of fearful or enjoyable emotions are connected with that role.
To dream that you are a victim suggests that you feeling powerless and helpless in a situation in your waking life.
1. A sense of danger; issues of personal safety need to be addressed.
2. Difﬁculty in accepting responsibility for actions.
3. To suffer from self-doubt, loathing.
4. Feelings of being dominated by someone or something.
Dreams of a victim represent that you are resisting stepping into your power, claiming your greatness and setting energetic boundaries. This is a venting dreams in which you are releasing the passive role that you play with people that has you feeling powerless and small while everyone else is big and powerful. This dream is giving you the message to heal your wounds and step into your power, even if it is a subtle, graceful power. Keep in mind that the victim archetype carries a false sense of righteousness and moral superiority over those who assert their power.
1- In dreams we are often aware of something happening to us over which we have no control. We are the victim in the sense that we are passive or powerless within the situation. Sometimes we are aware that we are treating others incorrectly. We arc making them victims of our own internal aggression, and not handling ourselves properly in waking life.
2- When we are continually creating ‘no-win’ situations this tendency is highlighted in dreams, but may be done so somewhat dramatically.
We may find we arc victims of burglary, rape or murder, for instance. These will not be prccog- nitive dreams unless we do not properly identify our own ability to victimise ourselves.
The nature of the difficulty may reveal itself through the dream content.
3- If the dreamer is repressing his own ability to develop spiritual potential, he will appear in a dream as a victim - a victim of his own making.
To dream that you are the victim of any scheme, foretells that you will be oppressed and over-powered by your enemies. Your family relations will also be strained.
To victimize others, denotes that you will amass wealth dishonorably and prefer illicit relations, to the sorrow of your companions.