Now, for some strange reason, it was Susan that was driving. Suddenly, out of nowhere, another car appeared in her lane, headed straight for her. She tried to swerve and miss it, but...BAM! A head-on collision.
What Car-Accident Dreams Mean
The first and easiest key to understand the Lord's message in these dreams is identify the symbolic meaning of the people in the dream.
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The correct meaning will be something you have in common with the person in the dream. For example from Susan's dream, her cousin Bob has anger issues in real life. Just that day, Susan had lost her temper during an argument. Anger is what they have in common right now; therefore, in Susan's dream, Bob represents anger.
A car can represent your attitude.
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Susan, if you remember, was the passenger in the beginning of the dream, and Bob was driving. Let's look at it this way: Anger was driving the situation. Susan was just sort of "there". But it changed, and now Susan was sitting in the driver's seat. She had come into agreement with anger and the two had merged.
The dream's scene then changed, and another car appeared in her lane, heading straight for her. In reality, the person that confronted her seemed to have a sudden issue and it came quickly and unexpectedly. Susan had tried to avert the confrontation (she swerved) but found herself unable to do so, and the two had an argument (head-on collision).
Many dreams are given to deal with our heart issues.
Why We Have These Types of Dreams
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Guard your heart with all diligence, for out of it flows the issues of life. -- Proverbs 4:23