The meaning of Miscarriage in dream | Dream interpretation
(see Baby, Birth, Pregnancy)
Something that you hoped for suddenly being waylaid or totally called off.
Metaphorically feeling that there has been a miscarriage of justice or other honorable qualities in a specific situation or relationship.
For a pregnant woman, a reflection of fear that probably needs no further interpretation.
Deciding not to go ahead with a plan, idea or program; aborting or releasing it because it is not the best way. Also, destroying a new aspect of self coming into being. See Abortion.
1- Dreaming of a miscarriage whether our own or someone else’s suggests that we are conscious of the fact something is not right. In a woman’s dream it will depend on whether she has suffered a miscarriage, since nowadays she will may not have given herself time to grieve properly.
2- Dreaming of a miscarriage can also suggest the loss of work, a project or even a part of ourselves, and we need time to acclimatise.
3- A miscarriage can represent aspects of early death and the fear it can engender.
1. One feels the need to end a relationship.
2. One feels the need to discard something one has long carried around.
Dreaming that you have a miscarriage suggests some idea or plan of yours has not gone the way you wanted. It may be a warning that you should not continue your current course of action, or else you may risk losing something of value to you.
Abortion. May point to what is actually happening in the body. One is letting go of unproductive qualities. Or something new you started is not working out—this may be a warning dream.
Vision: Dreaming about a miscarriage means a new project, a new enterprise—the old way of doing things is unprofitable.
A pregnant woman’s dream about a miscarriage might indicate guilt feelings. Watching a miscarriage: someone will let you down or abuse your trust, and all your hopes will turn to ashes.
Depth Psychology: Dreaming about a miscarriage means either failure in a close relationship, or that efforts to mature have been abandoned. Too many anxieties, guilt feelings, and insecurities stifle your true personality.
Expectant parents often have dreams about miscarriages.
This is almost always a symbol of their anxiety about the baby rather than a prediction that the baby will be miscarried. Miscarriages are also potent symbols of projects or business deals that have gone wrong. (Also see Baby, Embryo, Pregnant).
Dreaming of a miscarriage, whether our own or someone else’s, suggests that we are conscious of the fact something is not right. Spiritually, we must reject whatever is wrong.
Psychological / emotional perspective: Dreaming of a miscarriage can also suggest the loss of work, a project or even a part of ourselves, and we need time to acclimatize.
A miscarriage of justice suggests that all aspects of a story have not been taken into consideration.
Material aspects: A miscarriage can represent aspects of early death and the fear it can engender. Also it can signify the early finishing of a project or task before it has really had a chance to reach its peak.
Gives gender - specific: In a woman’s dream it will depend on whether she has suffered a miscarriage, since nowadays she may not have given herself time to grieve properly. When a man dreams of his partner’s miscarriage, it highlights fears over changes in responsibility.
A pregnancy is a symbolic expression of a new idea, project, direction, or choice to create something that is still in its gestational stage.
A miscarriage is simply a change in direction such that you will need to begin again. While such a dream may have emotional connotations to it, the actual meaning connects more to making space for something new to be created.
To dream of an aborted fetus can symbolize a discarded idea in someone’s life or the actual event of having aborted a child
May be an attempt to heal the experience, if dreamer has had miscarriage or abonion. From the viewpoint of the unconscious it is at times important to name the baby; fear of miscarriage; loss of new idea, project or growing aspect of self.