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Dreaming of death?

DNMUM396298 | 9/10/2017 | Author : P Khurrana | WC :489

Don’t worry, it’s not a bad omen but a metaphor for major changes
P Khurrana Astrologer
Death is the ultimate metamorphosis, the passage from one state of being to another. When you have such a dream, you need to consider if an area of your life is undergoing transformation. Are you considering a career change? Are you about to get married? About to have a baby? Death dreams are not a bad omen, they are more about the rebirth that comes from moving one stage to another. You progress to a new level.
If you see yourself dying in a dream, it may signify a time of renewal and growth in your life. Seeing an open grave means that you have suffered a loss but you will be able to recover it. Dreaming of a dead stranger is a sign that you are thinking about separation or you will manage to resolve a difficult situation.Read full story

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