Vision: Dreaming about being murdered: difficulties in the near future. Murdering someone else: watch out and don’t be careless, you could be the one who gets hurt. See Aggression.
If you are hanging yourself: it is a message from your unconscious that your personality is unfolding and still “up in the air,” but this stage will soon be completed. See Hanging.
A stabbing refers to an immature, aggressive sexuality (See Dagger) and the desire for a quick resolution to conflicts or problems. Suffocating refers to situations you have not yet accepted. See .Asthma. Drowning either serves as a warning or indicates that you are about to drown under the weight of present events, responsibilities, and dangers. See Execution, Gallows, Murder. Being an eyewitness to a murder: the disagreements that people around you have are none of your business—leave them alone. Murder-dreams imply that you will live to a ripe old age. Dreaming about being murdered: are you refusing to accept the harsh reality—that a phase in your life is coming to an end? If you are participating in a murder: you are shamelessly exploiting someone’s bad luck for your own ends.
Depth Psychology: While you feel you should be ashamed of what you have done, you have pushed your guilt feelings underground and now are facing the consequences. Sometimes the dream also means that you want (or need to) end a phase in your life.
The murderer represents hidden fears coming to the fore, which weaken or threaten to destroy your personal growth. Do something about it and do it quickly. Dreaming about murdering someone: you are struggling with problems and would like nothing better than to get rid of someone (unconscious aggression). Clear the air as soon as possible! Dreams about murder mean that an insight or opportunity for advancement has been “murdered.” Usually you yourself are the murderer and are being murdered. Additional dream symbols will be highly informative.See Aggression, Anger.... Dreamers Dictionary
Shooting, Murder. Clearly there is a sexual component here, since it points to penetrating (the skin), Thorns, and Blood.
The sting, as in the fairy tales “Sleeping Beauty” and “Snow White,” points to the awakening of consciousness. One is opening oneself and something of oneself (blood) flows out. Such a dream often points to the dreamer having been injured. Where is your wound? Could you protect yourself from injuries? Were you stabbed or did you stab someone? How did it happen? From the front, in the back? As is the case with Shooting, this dream is also a symbolic reference to your inner strength, and never has anything to do with a real danger to your life.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
If in dreams you stab someone it means you must solve an emotional conflict that has been postponed for too long; it has consequently taken on exaggerated proportions. Therefore, if you interpret it correctly, you need to urgently approach the person or the emotion stabbed in order to solve this problem in a positive way. In this case, dreams validate the premise that there is a thin line between love and hate. Not surprisingly, it is common for oneiric images to display scenes in which the subject attacks those whose affection is most needed.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams
Something is making a deep and penetrating impact on you, perhaps a betrayal of some sort.
The act of stabbing creates a very narrow, deeply penetrating wound that can do a surprising amount of damage by compromising a fairly small amount of flesh. In other words, a little goes a long way. Harsh or sharp words can have the same effect.
The right phrase, delivered with the proper tone, can cut very deeply and wound a person at a surprisingly deep level. In fact, any penetrating action that occurs suddenly and contains a touch of violent intention could be represented by stabbing in a dream.
A sudden change in loyalty is often referred to as a stab in the back. Unexpected news can feel like a stab in the heart.
The nature of a small wound that produces a great deal of blood symbolizes the devastation that can follow even the smallest of hurts.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams