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Vagabond dream picture

Published on 19 September 2019 at 07:00

A dream or a vision about being a bum, vagrant, vagabond tells you about experiencing inner and / or financial poverty, experiencing obstacles, misery and setbacks in your life and / or situation you are in.

 

Another explanation is that you are lonely or feel like an outsider. Yet another explanation is that you do not experience current life as positive and you long for freedom and unlimited opportunities.

Living without the norms and rules of life of society. Another explanation is that a vagrant, vagrant, vagabond in your dream or vision is also a reflection of how you look at life and / or how you experience it, this can be both positive and negative.

No fixed basis, no obligations, traveling around and learning without authority. Another important explanation is the projection or reflection on daily problems that have a major impact. You experience poverty that is difficult to overcome in your life and is therefore not to be interpreted, but is a problem to be processed. An alternative spiritual explanation is that the bum, vagabond, vagabond represents a past life, processing family history, trauma and karma and / or the repetitive cycle of unhealthy patterns that may be broken.

 

Dreams or visions about a bum, vagrant, giving vagabond tell you that you are aware of the choices you can make in life, asking for help and support. As it were, look at yourself - you are the bum, vagabond, tramp and the giver at the same time.

 

You reflected yourself on the bum, tramp, vagabond as well as on the giver. Another explanation is that you earn more in life than you have received so far.

Your goodness will be rewarded in a form of money or love and happiness. Another explanation is not having a firm foundation, no obligations, traveling around and learning without authority. An alternative spiritual explanation is that the bum, vagabond, vagabond represents a past life, processing family history, trauma and karma and / or resolving the repetitive cycle of unhealthy patterns. 


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