Insulin Shots

My grandmother asks me to sit for one of her family members. I am not familiar with the house; I have never been here before. I am at this house with two ladies; I am unsure of their relation to myself or my grandmother. I hear one lady scream out and I run into the room where she is. I see the other family member is dead! Then, it is time to give the first family member her insulin shot. I give her the insulin and she slowly starts withering to the floor. It is a peaceful sort of death; she does not call out in pain.

A few hours later, my grandmother and her sister return. I explain that the first family member died. Then I say, “I gave (forgot name) her diabetes shot and she slowly went to the floor and died too.” My grandmother’s sister says ,”At least they are together in Heaven.” My grandmother says,”Well, what about me?”

/woke up/

To dream about the death of a loved one suggests that you are lacking a certain aspect or quality that the loved one embodies. Ask yourself what makes this person special or what you like about them. It is that very quality that you are lacking in your own relationship or circumstances. Alternatively, the dream indicates that whatever that person represents has no part in your own life anymore.

To see your grandmother in your dream represents nurturance, protection, and unconditional love. Consider the qualities and characteristics that exist in your own grandmother. She may also be the archetypal symbol of the wise old woman.

Dreaming of diabetes reflects sacrifice you have made or you are willing to make. To see insulin on one’s dream is associated with a difficult situation in life. There will be little choice, but one must finally give in to others.

To dream of insulin, means you are a deterioration of mental or physical health and have trouble with the nervous system.

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