If you dreamed about war, perhaps you are wrestling with some inner conflict that needs a resolution.

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It’s possible you are battling with someone during your waking hours over differing viewpoints or you may have had a recent argument with someone.

If your life is currently in chaos or disorder- this could be why you dreamed about war. What can you do to get it back on track?

War is synonymous with aggression so is someone being aggressive or abuse towards you? Do you need to be more assertive?

Consider the common phrase ‘all is fair in love and war’- this might refer to a situation in your waking hours. The dream could mean there are no bounds so perhaps you need to let go of the ones you have set for yourself.

Another popular phrase if a ‘war of words'- so you may need to have a long discussion with someone to arrive at a truce.

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Seeing war in your dream could indicate a period of difficulty in your near future. Try not to be passive and give your all to solve these issues as best you can.

If you were running away from war, you might be trying to avoid your problems- but ultimately, they won’t go away. You need to stand up and fight for the people you love and the things you believe in to have any chance of victory.

Winning a war suggests a period of good fortune ahead of you. You will be successful in all you do during this time. Make the most of it as times like this don’t come along often.

To dream about constant wars could be linked to toxic environments in your waking hours. You are stressed because of the people you surround yourself with and the tasks you are given. Do you need to change something in your life to escape this perpetual negativity?

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To walk in a forest that felt welcoming to you might be your dream telling you to spend some more time in nature. If you have been cooped up indoors for some time now, it may be wise to put on your best walking boots and get exploring. This may be even more beneficial if you have been struggling with your mental health lately too.   If you tend to holiday in rural areas, perhaps you need to book some time away to visit your favourite spots in the near future so you have something to look forward to. To see a sparse forest and you may be feeling exposed in your waking hours. What can you do to protect yourself more? Have you done something lately to put yourself at risk? If so, it might be wise to stop or try and reverse some of the damage...

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