Dreams Related To Traffic

Saving children while in street traffic

I dreamt I stopped at traffic lights, got a pushchair out, the boot my car rolled in two, one waiting at the opposite lights. I apologized, went off to school. I picked up a child I teach who was living with me, saw my sister with two kids. They ran over to me, fell into a small cesspit. Got the first one out, she was covered in small green snakes and had a black spider in her mouth. I dropped her back in, pulled the other one out, she was the same. I dropped her back and other people saved them because I couldn't. I am female.

The abundance of symbols in your dream reflects your confused state of mind. There may be a lot going on right now and you cannot quite process everything at the same time. The most salient symbols seem to reveal your altruistic nature. For instance, the traffic lights denote delay, while saving the kids from a cesspit suggests selflessness and generosity. In a sense, while you like helping your loved ones overcome their problems, this tendency to put other people's needs ahead of your own may be resulting in your lack of personal and professional development. Maybe you are at a point in your existence when you want to prioritize your needs for a change you subconsciously long for.

Being killed in traffic

I am a girl. Yesterday night I dreamt of surrounded by a lot of vehicles which included trucks, big cars. They all were heading towards me and trying to kill me. Before that dream i dreamt the same thing but at that time I was on a wider road and I was saved. All the vehicles were behind me trying to kill me but I escaped and saved myself. But the next dream was not good as I was not saved in that.

Big and heavy-duty vehicles like trucks are metaphors for being overworked. This may be a recurring theme in your dream visions because you have a tendency to take on a lot of tasks and responsibilities even when you can no longer handle more workload. Furthermore, the road refers to your life path and how you navigate your way around problems that arise. As such, the wider road in the previous dream could mean that you had more control over your problems, possibly because you still had enough mental and physical energy to tackle them. Unfortunately, you cannot keep carrying such heavy burdens all on your own because as your second dream suggests, it would eventually wear you down. There is nothing wrong with asking for help, especially if you know that forcing yourself to perform when you are not in tip-top shape could cause irreversible damage to your overall well-being.