Why do I always dream I’m floating?
In probably at least 2/3 of all my dreams that I can remember, I am Walking in the air, kinda like floating/flying/walking all at the same time. What does this mean?
Answer by Awesome Person
I saw this in a dream dictionary:
To dream that you are floating on air, indicates satisfaction, contentment and acceptance of some situation. You are letting go of your problems and rising above obstacles. You are experiencing new-found freedom and gaining a new perspective on things. Nothing seems overwhelming or too difficult to handle. Alternatively, floating in your dream suggests that you are wandering through life aimlessly with no goals. You are just going with the flow.
To dream that you are floating in water, suggests that you have a handle on your emotions.
To dream that you are floating, but are afraid to move, suggests that you are questioning your own abilities. You are experiencing doubts in yourself.
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Dream interpretation please?
Why do I keep having dreams about having a sexual encounter with someone other than my husband?
Answer by thanatelamycat
b/c maybe u don’t find ur husband attractive any more or it could just be a stage. how long has this happened
Answer by Aila
it depends on who the people are and what exactly you are doing…. i wouldn’t be too worried about it
Answer by Roono W
From a dream dictionary: “Dreaming of having sex with someone else [other than your spouse] is indicative of a desire for change in either a romantic or sexual sense.”
Answer by MizzV
Maybe this is a sign that you are repressing unconscious desires that you find other men attractive.
It is nothing to necassarily worry about, all it is is your mind bringing it into your conscious through a dream.
Answer by Dr. Bob
No one else can interpret your dreams or tell you what they mean. Only you can do this. Never mind those who say they can tell you what your dream “means.” It only means something to YOU because you give it your personal meaning.
Don’t bother with dream books, dream dictionaries, internet sites that tell you to look for codes or symbols or hidden mysteries in dreams. Dreams do not contain such things. Dreams are straightforward, just like your waking thoughts.
There is always a purpose to a dream. Everything that human beings think, feel, or do has a purpose. It is part of what Dr. Alfred Adler called “the psychology of use.”
Dreams don’t come to you from outside yourself, nor do they arise from your “subconscious.” Once you become aware of having a dream, it’s conscious. You make your dreams up. You create them, just as you create your thoughts.
The purpose of your dreams while you are asleep is the same as the purpose of your thoughts while you are awake. That is, to solve your problems.
Figure out the purpose of a dream and you have its meaning. Dreams are thoughts while you sleep, attempting to solve your problems.
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