Dream that I fly

The dreams that you fly They can be interpreted in many different ways depending on the context of the dream. For the most part, dreams of flying are very positive dreams that mean big exceptions that reflect your life as you walk. Although it may also contain a negative translation if you are having a hard time getting off the ground. These exciting type dreams are quite common and considered one of the most important dream themes that we get in our life. Dreams of flying can be extremely vivid as if we were superman for the night. As they rise above the clouds and defy gravity, these dreams hold great meaning that should not be overlooked.

Analyze your dream of flying:

Before starting to analyze your dream, you must take into account all the details of the dream. Once you have understood all the feelings and symbols, then you will have a better chance of decoding flying dreams.

  • How do you feel when you fly?
  • What was its location?
  • What was the reason you were flying? Did they stop me on the flight?
  • Do you remember what events took place before you flew?
  • How and where did you land? Did you land calm?
  • Who was with you? Was it going up or down?

Fly:

Flying reflects what could be happening in your life right now. You could be in a transitional stage feeling like you could take off at any moment. Could it also suggest an elevated mood or take off from something that was stuck in life? You are in the air above people and life. These are very positive reflections on what could come in the future. Sigmund Freud suggested that flying was related to a sexual explosion, possible for the first time. What makes you feel good and achieve new achievements in your life as a walker? Could it be related to relationship, work, or travel? There may be some aspects of the encounter with personal freedom that were not achieved in the past. Most of the time, once you have a dream of flying without any difficulties, it bodes well for future luck and self-guidance.

Flight problems:

Dreams where you have trouble getting off the ground can be quite frustrating. Do you have trouble getting your feet off the ground? Does this sound familiar to your life as a walker? Having difficulty flying in your dreams suggests that someone or something is preventing you from moving to the next step in life. To find out what is preventing you from flying, try to remember who was with you in your dream. If you were alone and struggled to fly it implies that you lack self-confidence. Let's say if you had trouble getting out of your house. You may have to move out of your house! Also many would dream of having trouble getting out of work. If this is the case, it represents a lack of motivation to take it to another level.

Try to think about what was preventing you from taking off in your dream, be it a you, a friend or a building that stood in your way, these objects or "dream symbols" help us determine what is preventing us from moving forward in the future. world.

Fear to fly:

Flying in a dream can be exhilarating or a nightmare, depending on the dream. Not being able to control your flight in your dream is rare, but it does happen from time to time. The fear of flying suggests a need for more control and balance in your life, fearful of making the next move. Are you trying to control too much in your life? Do you have trouble letting go of the past? Another possibility could be with your confidence. Are you having trouble setting goals that are too high that you can't reach?

Flight Direction:

It is important to know which direction you are going when you are flying in the clouds. Where do you fly up, down or back? If you are flying upward in your dream, it suggests that you are now on a new spiritual level. If you were flying down we are trying to be more in tune with our unconscious. If you fly low to the ground, this represents strength and determination in your life. If you are flying a plane it means that you are not completely free to have fun, but you are almost there. If you are flying backwards it suggests that you want to relive the past and the good memories you experienced.

Flying Dreams Testimonials:

Steve B.

I have had numerous dreams of flying. In my dreams, I am represented as an angel. I am always flying in search of some new adventure to help some defenseless soul. My dreams started when I was about 10 years old. The dreams stopped and recently in February 2009 they resumed. During the beginning of the month I had this realistic dream of flying and assisting a young single mother. After waking up from the dream a voice spoke to me and told me to record the dream. That next night, I had another dream and the same voice told me to record that dream as well. He then instructed me to record my dreams for the entire month of February 2009. After recording my dreams for the month, during my last dream, the voice told me to correct a book. Since now, my book has been written and published. Flight Of An Angel: Dreams Do Come True. I would encourage everyone with these positive dreams to follow your dreams and take you to higher places.

Daniel:

I've been flying in my dreams for as long as I can remember. I am 43 years old and have had dreams of flying since I was 5 years old. My dreams of flight consist of being able to run three steps, take off and float. I use swimming movements to control myself. Lately I can travel at very fast speeds, let's say I can be in Los Angeles and travel to Japan in a few seconds if I want to. My last dream consisted of this. I was flying over the clouds looking towards a town / city, it was daytime, I could hear the wind in my ear and the warm sun hitting my skin. I could see my arms stretched out in front of me, and I even noticed a scare on my left arm that I have had since I was 9 years old, this was very lucid. I listened to some music and decided to go find where the sound was coming from. I saw a small park below and decided to go ashore, I saw 3 homeless men playing the blues, it sounded so good, that then I took off again and suddenly I could see a tornado in the distance destroying a small town. This Tornado looked so real, that I could see debris flying everywhere and people fleeing from it. I could even see the colors of people's clothes. I noticed that a little girl was crying and needed help, so I dove down and picked her up, and took her to a safe area, while the tornado continued to destroy things. I have also dreamed of flying over waves of seawater that move at great speed, sometimes surpassing the land and cities. Overall, I really enjoy my dreams of flying because I can control where I fly and where I go. I've even flown in outer space, but when I do, gravity takes over and I have less control as I fly through planets and stars.

Jessica:

I had this dream, I was flying for some reason, it is always in the same place, but with different people around me I jump and fly, I am flying through the sky on a beautiful day, nobody bothers me and I am having a lot of fun flying, its better feeling and then as i'm flying i see this tree house and it is literally a tree house except it has little doors and there is a church next to it and i fly to the tree house but the difference this time was someone lived in this house and when I got to it ... one of the windows I said hello hello to everyone present and this little voice said hello who are you how did you come in and I told her that I flew here and she said that no one could fly and I told her that I could and I showed her that she looked a little scared and then I asked her how you did it and I told her I don't know how one day I jumped and started flying and I said I'm sorry to scare you.

Timmy S.

1. The first (and most common) is when I can levitate in the air, either inside or outside a house. I love these dreams as they are effortless and I don't have to try. All I do is stand there and wave my hands like I'm stepping on water (in those fish-smooth, fine ways) and go up… no problem!

In fact, I find myself surrounded by people who cannot levitate and I try very hard to teach them how to do it. Some manage to levitate a bit and are surprised - others cannot and I feel very sorry for them in my dream.

When I wake up it is so difficult to accept the fact that I "can't" do it, it is so real to me.

(Similar to this dream but not of flying or levitation, I have dreams of having the ability to move things without touching them - psychokinesis I think it's called. Being able to effortlessly levitate other things ... with just the power of my mind. So powerful are they. these dreams that when I wake up from them, it is known that… I try… to do it while I am awake… but, unfortunately, I have no luck. * sigh *)

2. This second type of dream is to really fly, where I can fly through the air, horizontally and with my arms by my side. I seem to be able to drive by submerging one side of my body the way I want to turn. It's a smooth, non-zoom flight, varying between 20-100 feet in the air ... dodging trees or power poles when necessary (I don't have the power to 'go through' things). It's just the joy and joy of the flight… seeing how things happen and seeing the world from a different perspective. I find myself in the dream wishing that others could experience it.

Jeremy:

I just had a dream of flying for the first time in my life a couple of nights ago. (And I've been trying to lucid dreaming for a while)
I recently read an article that refers to how before the 17th century humans slept for four hours (first sleep), woke up for an hour or two, and then went back to sleep (second sleep) for another four hours.

I did it the night I had the dream. The dream came during the second dream.

I live in Los Angeles, but in the dream, I had moved to New York and was aware of having awakened from my first dream and was using the time between dreams to "discover" more about New York. At first it was in a car going up and down big hills with panoramic views and then it became a magic carpet. There was a presence of a male (I am female) above me telling me to "come" and that it was not as difficult as I thought it would be, so I started to fly. We got up very high and very close to reaching the monuments, but there were balloons and confetti on the way, so I got frustrated and we started again about 10 feet above the ground. This happened probably 3 times and then I was suddenly with a woman (maybe she had been there the whole time?) And I got to where she thought my parking spot was. Somehow, without knowing the city, I knew that the real place was not that, but one a block away.

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