To dream that you are arguing with people in general, indicates that you are resolving some internal conflict and unsettled issues in waking life. These issues tend to be more emotional and baseless. These issues reflect ideas and opinions that these people represent. The professions that these individuals hold may have deeper meanings as well. Pay attention to your own emotions, context, and items of arguments to get better ideas of how the dream should be interpreted.
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Dream About Arguing with People You Know
A simple heated argument in dreams, reflect your anger and revolt towards someone in waking life. Perhaps you disagree with how they have acted or said in waking life, but you are either afraid to confront them in waking life, or you are subconsciously practicing the different potential scenarios of arguments.
Dream About Hearing Other People’s Arguments
To dream that you hear about other people’s arguments outside or on the street, indicates that there are unresolved feelings and negotiations being encountered in waking life. The dream world is hinting that you need to take note of these occurrences and interactions. It is a warning that you must not walk into these arguments without mentally prepared. You may be pulled into other people’s business and their emotional exchanges.
Dream About Argument with Mother or Father
An argument with mother, father, or deceased parents, is a sign that you are having strong internal conflicts against your upbringing and family values taught by them. Perhaps you wish to try and do something new and nontraditional, but you are worried about how your elders will think of you.
Dream About Argument with Best Friend
An argument with best friend, points to some type of relationship struggles that you will soon experience with people close to you.
Dream About Argument with Stranger
To argue in a dream with a random stranger, indicates that you will have a strong opinion about certain issue. However, this issue does not really mean much. Perhaps you are expressing your opinions and argue for argument’s sake.