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Please help.. Reacurring dream. Need analysis

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posted on Feb, 3 2015 @ 02:56 AM
I've had this dream for the last two years about.
The first ones began me in a giant ocean
I would be at the bottom and swim super fast towards the surface
I would break the surface and launch into the air (like a dolphin) and land back into the water head first.

I would do this repeatedly.

Since the reacurring dreams the water has sense decreased in size but Ive always had the same dream. I'd launch myself from the bottom of the (lake, ocean) using my feet to jet myself toward the surface as fast as possible and dive back in and continue to do so . I get the feeling of flying that somehow correlates As freedom in the dream.

Please help. I've had these dreams as a kid. Yes I know that water means "the spirit" but what does the whole dream mean?

posted on Feb, 3 2015 @ 03:07 AM
a reply to: prodftw

This is indeed super fascinating, but only because my muddy brain takes it to furtilize my own findings, maybe. So please don't take anything i say as undisputable fact. But:
I am currently feeling what we define so far as different dimensions, or occult, or divine, might indeed be "quantum-waves". The mind, the soul, whatever you subscribe to, seems indeed to behave like a fluid. So you sink to the very bottom, push yourself, break through the surface and dive head-first back, because you can't stay above the surface, your physical-body draws you back into the ocean.
Your water decreasing in size, mght be a warning, you are loosing reasoning-capabilities instead of growing. Your P.O.T.(pool of thoughtsmash) maybe wants you to free yourself from all the things your education and environment is forcing you to belief outside your own "truth"/experience.

posted on Feb, 3 2015 @ 03:33 AM
My take would be the water representing time and your breaking free of it your desire to do something important, perhaps a new career or relationship on the horizon you want or need.

I base this only on my own experiences and interpretation.

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posted on Feb, 3 2015 @ 04:34 AM
My guess is that this dreams occurs at three different times: when you are faced with a significant obstacle in front of you, when you have almost completed a difficult task, or you have just finished a difficult task.

The water is the task. Your breaking free of the surface and flying is a manifestation of the completed task used for encouragement or a pat on the back for a job well done.

The ocean gets smaller because as you become more comfortable in the environment, you begin to focus more on the outer reality of the world and realize that there must be more to this place than water, so you subconsciously shrink the water. Seeing the land and lets you know that you are not lost in an endless ocean and it also provides a future option for exploration.

I would also guess that when you are ready to venture onto the land; you will do so by flying to it, not swimming to it.

posted on Feb, 3 2015 @ 04:43 AM
Analyze it yourself.

Not in a rude way, but our dreams are based on the unconscious mind. Anyone else's interpretation of your dream will be based on how they feel. What I would suggest you do is take a notepad and tear your dream apart. Separate it into specific parts and think about what those bits mean to you. For instance: water to me would signify a barrier or resistance, but to someone who was afraid of water, it would signify certain death.

posted on Feb, 3 2015 @ 05:46 AM
a reply to: prodftw

Sounds similar to my childhood dreams/nightmares and could be deep memories of being born.

I also have recurring dreams of running along and bouncing on a trampette/springboard and flying/falling. Depending on what happens, I use this one to guage how life is going at the time.

posted on Feb, 8 2015 @ 12:40 PM
Whichever of these matches what you're doing in life, that is why you're dreaming it:

Why do Dolphins jump out of the water?

It seems obvious to me that Dolphins do this for all of the reasons listed at the aforementioned link.

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