Dreams Related To Floating

Floating above the bed and unable to scream

I am in an old white-washed house, in the bedroom. I am floating above the bed and then do one clockwise spin and drop hard onto the bed. Then I hear a whisper of my name and it's a mans voice. I try to scream repeatedly and nothing comes out of my mouth.

Dreaming about being in a random house predicts meeting or interacting with someone you know and are probably close to, though in an unexpected or unusual way. The exact imagery of being inside a bedroom may point toward some romantic or intimate interactions, but this may not necessarily be the case. A spinning clock is often interpreted as a symbol for being very busy or confused, likely causing feeling of anxiousness, helplessness, or frustration. Finally, both whispers and lack of a voice are signs of becoming sick in the future. It may be that because you are so busy and stressed, you do not have time to properly take care of yourself and, as a result, come down with a cold or some other minor illness.

Floating to the ceiling

Floating up to the ceiling suggests your lack of ambition or direction in life has led you to a dead end. The lack of effort you have put into you career, relationships and hobbies has manifested itself in this symbol. Freud would further interpret this to mean you have no choice but to either regress to a lower state or, if you can find the will power, rise above your current mediocrity.

Floating in water

Floating in water can have different interpretations depending on the context of your vision. For instance, floating in open, calm water could mean that there are opportunities around you but that you are not ready or able to identify them yet. Alternatively, floating down a stream or river could mean you are already pursuing some chance or opportunity but do not really feel like you have control of how the situation is developing.

Flying or floating

Flying or floating in a dream carries special meaning in Islam and other Abrahamic religions. It is a symbol that alludes to a need to focus your generally positive energy into a specific purpose or individual. At the moment, most would probably regard you as a kind, thoughtful soul. However, you have yet to use those qualities to their full advantage, and therefore your life's purpose remains unfulfilled. Now is the time to take a look at where your skills and personality would be of most service to others.

Floating on wreckage and seeing a shark

I (female, 16 - current age) was on the harbor bridge and it was hit by a plane, causing it to collapse. I got on a piece of wreckage with some other people trying to get onto the land, but people were stopping others from getting up. There was a shark in the water and I wasn't allowed onto land. Myself and about 6 other people weren't allowed up and were stuck on a small piece of wreckage with a shark.

Planes in dreams represent ambition and the bridge refers to social connections. As such, your dream wherein the bridge collapses after a plane crashes into it reveals a possibility of severing ties due to personal ambitions. You may be forced to end relations with someone close to you because of conflicting ideals and motivations. This parting of ways may be marked by anger and frustration for both parties. Hence, the shark in the water represents feelings of bitterness and resentment toward individuals you believe to have betrayed your trust and left you hanging high and dry.

Floating in space and ending up in a house

Since the age of 5 same dreams. I start to fall asleep, but instead get up, I find my body is different, lighter, and happy. I see myself laying in my bed and I fly to space and notice I can feel it like a soft fabric. I pinch a bit of space and tear a hole in it, inside its bright light and I crawl into the torn hole. I fall into a room with a wooden table and a perfect circle of light. A man with no face comes and tells me things to do with my life. I woke up and walk to my window and asked how long I have been alive. 5 years old.

Dreaming about being in space without a spaceship is a subconscious manifestation of your habit of indulging in wayward fantasies. Perhaps as a child, you may have liked daydreaming and still do. This is further reinforced by the image of entering an almost real-life situation, like being in a room where you are given advice regarding your life by a stranger. It is your own subconscious attempts to break free from these fantasies, so you could concentrate on things that are actually important. It is okay to keep time aside for trivialities but focus more on tasks that truly matter.

Floating on water face down

I have a recurring dream. I usually have it when I'm happy and content which is rare. Otherwise, I hardly ever dream and if I do it's horrible. My recurring dream is that I'm always floating in water, can be all different bodies of water, but in each dream I am floating face down and find something under water that I want, cool beach glass, jewels, perfect shells. It makes me really happy and excited.

Water is often used to symbolize emotions and consciousness, such that floating in water typically suggests peace and contentment. As you mentioned, whenever you are in a good mood or disposition, those are the times this theme in your dream recurs. As such, the image of floating on water likely reflects your stability and full control in the waking world. In those moments, you are able to manage your emotions and gain clarity about your purpose. Furthermore, the items you find underwater likely represent new insights or perspectives you have gained. These thoughts or ideas fuel your motivation to keep on working towards your goals.

Floating in the ocean

Floating in the ocean is a sign that you are trying to ignore some problems or difficulties that are plaguing you in reality. Much like the unknowns that surely exist in the depths of the sea, so does this symbol portend negative emotions and tricky situations lurking around you. Floating and facing the air and sky means you are looking away from these issues, perhaps daydreaming or ignoring whatever is uncomfortable for you. However, continuing to disregard the problem cannot solve it, and the longer you wait the more difficult it would be to fix.