Sunday, 09 October 2016
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Hello,

Please don't take your time especially to research this for me, please tell me only if you know already. Thank you.

I would be glad (also by dad and granny would like to know) to know, if you could tell me, what was the meaning of my dad seeing in his dream my grandpa. Was it really him? After 10 years he could be still in the Astral plane? Hmmm...

In my country, we use to give food/things to other people when someone dies. At the funeral and also after some years since they died. Give-away.

As far as I know, the personality of the deceased receives the give-away, not his soul. And personality dies in time, depending on how strong it is, it dies sooner or later. Also I am not aware of personality to be able to visit you in the dream after person dies. Also, I know that the deceased is going in death asleep and, therefore, can't come and find you.

My dad dreamed that he met his dad and he told my father "You are mildly avaricious" - while putting down on the foot-walk a jar filled with something. My dad went the second day and gave give-away to a poor person(some poor come to the cemetery especially for the giveaways) Maybe my dad took the message verbatim. Maybe it was a symbolic message... Was he really my grandpa?

Thank you for your time ;)
5 years ago
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Accepted Answer
It would be unusual for a dead person to remain capable of this sort of appearance and interaction. It is more likely that the dream was symbolic.

To interpret dreams like this, one needs to compare with what is going on in our daily life, and interpret each symbol accordingly. A "father" could represent a person of authority, someone we respect or love, or a person with similar character, etc. So, your father should consider his relationship with his father, and follow his intuition towards an interpretation of the symbol. Moreover, the jar also has significance, in that it was placed on his path: it is something being given that he needs to recognize and understand.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

5 years ago
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#12749
Accepted Answer
It would be unusual for a dead person to remain capable of this sort of appearance and interaction. It is more likely that the dream was symbolic.

To interpret dreams like this, one needs to compare with what is going on in our daily life, and interpret each symbol accordingly. A "father" could represent a person of authority, someone we respect or love, or a person with similar character, etc. So, your father should consider his relationship with his father, and follow his intuition towards an interpretation of the symbol. Moreover, the jar also has significance, in that it was placed on his path: it is something being given that he needs to recognize and understand.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

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