A sense of spiritual injustice may be represented by scenes or acts of violence in a dream.
A violent reaction to something in dreams suggests some kind of spiritual distress.
Psychological / emotional perspective: When we are unable because of social pressures or circumstances to express ourselves properly, we can find ourselves behaving violently in dreams.
If others are behaving violently towards us we may need to take care in waking life not to upset others, or it may be that subconsciously we are aware of others’ distress.
Material aspects: Any violence in dreams is a reflection of our own inner feeling, sometimes about ourselves, sometimes about the situations around us. Often the type of violence – fighting or extreme behaviour, for example – is worthy of notice if we are fully to understand ourselves.
Depth Psychology: Dreaming about violence is a sign of hidden Aggression, or shows your negative feelings toward another person. Are you doing violence—in some form or other—to yourself or others? An honest evaluation is in order here and would be helpful.
Discipline is necessary. Or let go of too much discipline. Similar to Obedience. Repressed urges.
Intense violence in dreams usually suggests a need for control and a fear of losing power in a real life situation.
If you are Violently attacked it portends better times for you; to see Violence to others means festivities amongst cheerful friends.
1. Reverse: happiness, comfort and security.
2. A feeling that someone has bad, even harmful, intentions.
3. Repressed hostility, rage.
4. Use extreme caution in expressing emotions to others; avoid harsh words or arguments.
Dreams of violence are venting dreams that assist you in releasing hostility and destructive patterns. In Buddhist teachings, Vadra Yogini, a deity depicted with red skin and a monstrous face with a sword covered in blood, represents enlightenment via wrath. See Sword, Knife and Venting Dreams.
1- Any violence in dreams is a reflection of our own inner feeling, sometimes about ourselves, sometimes about the situations around us. Often the type of violence is worthy of notice if we are fully to understand ourselves.
2- When we arc unable because of social pressures or circumstance to express ourselves properly, we can find ourselves behaving violently in dreams.
If others are behaving violently towards us we may need to take care in waking life not to upset others.
3- A sense of spiritual injustice maybe represented by scenes or acts of violence in a dream.
The dreamer should equate this with recent spiritual events.
To dream that any person does you violence, denotes that you will be overcome by enemies.
If you do some other persons violence, you will lose fortune and favor by your reprehensible way of conducting your affairs.
Research shows that most dreams are unpleasant. Violent dreams are relatively common and may be a reflection of the confusion and conflict that the dreamer experiences in daily life. Dreams with violent themes suggest that the dreamer has unconscious negative emotions such as fear, anxiety, and anger.
If you are not dealing with these feeling consciously, your dreams are compensating and bringing into awareness the need for honest reflection and emotional balance in daily life.
If you are the victim of violence, your life will be calm and moderately successful financially.
To do violence to another in a dream augurs great business success.
To dream of violence from one from whom you had a right to expect kindness denotes success, promotion (Raphael).
Dreaming about violence indicates you may have a tremendous amount of fear towards and feelings of powerlessness.