Sunday, June 9, 2013

Understanding the dreams you dream part. 7

By far one of the most common dreams are dreams of cars or vehicles. Most folk make the error with these dreams by attempting to interpret the dream from a literal stand point.

I can assure you, that this approach will most certainly give you a misleading interpretation. Just like a house in a dream a car represents for the most part the life of someone. This being the case then let’s looks at a few factors concerning dreaming about cars. The driver seat of the car always represents a place of control. So if you are dreaming that you’re in a car but you’re not in the driver seat, then the dream is indicating you are not in control. However, whoever is in the driver seat is the one in control.

If in the dream your car or a car tire is flat, the dream is indicating delay, setback and hindrances in your life or someone’s life. Let’s say you’re driving and you decided you want to slow down or come to a stop but for some reason you are pressing breaks but your vehicle would not stop. This indicates a lack of control or an inability to manage certain affairs in your life. Let’s look at another scenario, let’s say you had a dream and in this dream you are driving but there someone in the front passenger seat with you. Now, whoever is in that passenger seat represents an influence. So let’s say the person in the passenger seat was your enemy, then the dream is indicating that there is someone challenging your position of control.

Another scenario, let’s say you dreamt that you were speeding or driving foolishly, then the dream is indicating a wreckless and selfish life. , meaning that you only care about you. Dreaming about a car accidents indicates clashing with others be it verbal or physical. What about having dreams where you are driving a convertible, driving a convertible is suggesting that you are uncovered, exposed or vulnerable. It also suggests that not all your bases are covered, meaning that there is something left unattended in your life.

In any event what is important is whoever is in the driver seat of the vehicle, for obvious reasons of course is the one in control.


Written by: Kevin L A Ewing
kevinewing@coralwave.com
kevinlaewing.blogspot.com