You may dream of falling when things are changing and you’re scared of what’s to come, when you’ve just let go of something, or you’re scared to do so. But Jane says that change can be good. “What if there’s a soft landing, or you find you can fly?,” she asks.
Jane wants you to ask yourself these questions – “How do you feel when you fly in your dream? Are you excited to fly high?” If this is the case, there might be something exciting in store for you, and as Jane says, you might be “reaching a higher potential in your life”.
Yep, this is an awkward one.
Jane says that people don’t often talk about these dreams as it may reveal an attraction to the dream sex partner. It can also make work super stressful – not to mention awkward – if that person is a colleague or your boss.
Oh, how we wish these dreams were reality! According to Jane, these dreams link back to your daily life. “Think about that celebrity. In waking life you don’t really know them, but you have built a picture of what you think they’re really like, or you’ve formed an opinion about what they must be going through.”
If the car is out of control, this might be how you feel in a situation in real life. Jane wants you to ask yourself these questions: “Are you scared that things are going fast, and worried that you’re caught up in it all and won’t be able to stop? Are gripping that steering wheel of life, trying to regain control?
Try and remember how you felt in the dream. If you felt embarrassed, this could link to a an uncomfortable situation you experienced in the last 1-2 days.
You’re probably going through similar emotions now as when you were in school.
You’re likely dreaming of this because you actually need to go to the toilet during the night, but as Jane tells us, that’s not always the case!
“Do you run away from your dream tsunami, freeze in fear on the spot, or bravely dive under it? A tsunami, in life and in dreams, is an overwhelming and life-threatening body of water looming towards you. It can feel like there’s no escape,” says Jane.