To dream that you are drowning indicates that you are feeling overwhelmed by emotions. Repressed issues may be coming back to haunt you. You may be proceeding too quickly in trying to discover your subconscious thoughts. You should proceed more cautiously and slowly. If you drown to death, then is refers to an emotional rebirth. If your survive the drowning, then it means that a waking relationship or situation will ultimately survive the turmoil.
To see someone drowning in your dream suggests that you are becoming too deeply involved in something that is beyond your control. Alternatively, it represents a sense of loss in your own identity. You are unable to differentiate who you are anymore.
To dream that you rescue someone from drowning indicates that you have successfully acknowledged certain emotions and characteristics that is symbolized by the drowning victim. Thus dreaming of rescuing a drowning baby means that you are allowing yourself to be vulnerable and accepting help from others. If you fail to make the rescue, then it implies that you are numb from fear. Consider a situation in your waking life where you are letting fear dictate your actions.
To dream of drowning represents feelings of being totally overwhelmed by uncertainty or situations that feel excessive. Fearing being overcome by failure that you can't escape. You may fears, insecurities, guilt, or other negative emotions that are overpowering and dominant. Something is too much for you to handle on your own.
Alternatively, you may be too deeply involved in something that is now beyond your control.
To dream of surviving drowning represents difficult emotional situations you have overcome, or are learning to deal with. You may have survived a problem that you didn't believe you could.
Example: A woman dreamed of drowning in the ocean. In waking life she was getting divorced and feared losing everything she had worked for up to that time.
Example 2: A 4 year-old boy dreamed of being in water and drowning with nobody coming to help him when he called for help. In waking life he was being sexually abused by his teenage brother. The dream may have reflected the young boy's feelings about the situation being overwhelmed and trapped with the abusive behavior while knowing he was innocent.
Drowning in a dream means falling into sin and incurring the displea- sure of God Almighty. Drowning in a dream also means entering hell-fire. If one dies of drowning in his dream, one should fear going astray or following innovations. Drowning in the sea, then floating in the process of trying to save oneself from death in a dream means indulging in the business of the world and forgetting about one’s spiritual commitment. It also means attaining success in one’s endeavors and gaining a strong foothold in one’s business. If one does come out of the water alive in his dream, it means amending his life for the better and pursuing the correct course of serving one’s religious life. If one sees himself after coming out of the water wearing a green garment in a dream, it means that he will pursue the path of knowledge and succeed in acquiring it. If one drowns and plunges to the bottom of the sea in a dream, it means that he will incur the wrath of someone in authority who will persecute him and cause him to perish. Drowning in a dream also means dying from an illness. Drowning in seawater in a dream means revival of one’s faith in God Almighty. Drowning in freshwater in a dream means becoming extremely wealthy.
Dreaming of drowning, denotes loss of property and life | but if you are rescued, you will rise from your present position to one of wealth and honor. To see others drowning, and you go to their relief, signifies that you will aid your friend to high places, and will bring deserved happiness to yourself. For a young woman to see her sweetheart drowned, denotes her bereavement by death.
To see a faceless creature in your dream indicates a situation you are refusing to see or confront, but are aware of it in some passive way. This dream also suggests that something in your life is bringing up feelings of fear and insecurities.
To dream of strange creatures may represent fears or insecurities.
To dream of a faceless creature may reflect fears or insecurities that are ambiguous. Fear or insecurity about something you can't define or be totally sure of.
To dream of a monster represents an aspect of your personality that is acts terrible towards others or is totally unfair. You or someone else that cares about others feeling bad. Feelings about others being intentionally mean to you. Authority figures with the power to make decisions for you that ruin your fun.
A monster is often our projection of a person or situation that is totally unsympathetic to our wishes or feelings.
Alternatively, a monster in a dream can reflect our own wish for something terrible to happen to someone else. Children may dream of monsters eating their smaller siblings to reflect their desire for the sibling to go away.
Children may dream of monsters after confronting parents that are strict or that lose their tempers. Abused children may also dream of monsters. The monster can reflect how startling or disturbing it is to experience the scary side of an adult. A friend, family member, or boss that surprises us with their darker side.
Students of very strict parents, or people who are overachievers may dream of monsters to reflect someone or something that forces them to work hard or live with standards that feel unfair or excessive. Feeling forced to study, do homework, or go to the school you don't like.
People with family or friends experiencing a slow painful death my dream of monsters to reflect how terrible and unfair the deteriorating health of the loved one feels.
Example: A woman dreamed of all the machines and mechanical equipment at her work turning into monsters that wanted to eat her. In waking life she was severely inured in her hand by the equipment at her work. She may have thought about how scary, terrible, and unfair it felt to have to keep working at the same place after having such a serious injury and living with the fear of an accident happening again.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of her fiancee turning into a scary monster. In waking life she was having last minute fears about he fiancee choosing to not marry her. The monster most likely reflected her feelings about how terrible and unfair it would feel if her fiancee did in fact decide to call off the wedding at the last minute.
Example 3: A young boy dreamed of being chased by monsters. In waking life he was experiencing his parents being very strict and yelling at him.
Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing her father turn into a monster. In waking life she had experienced her father die a very slow painful death.
Example 5: A woman dreamed of being threatened by a monster. In waking life her boyfriend was slowly becoming more violent and she felt that he was close to seriously injuring her.