To see or go over a speed bump in your dream indicates that you need to slow down. You may be moving too fast in some relationship or some aspect of your waking life. Alternatively, speed bumps represent minor obstacles you are facing in your life.
To dream of a speed bump represents an obstacle in your life that forces patience on you. Feelings about a petty inconvenience. A person or situation that is purposely preventing you from moving ahead as quickly as you'd like. Feelings of being hampered or held back. Feeling forced to be more careful or patient than you'd like to me.
Alternatively, speed bumps may represent your attempt to prevent someone else from moving as fast as they want to.
Positively, speed bumps may reflect obstacles created for you by people who think are not experienced or old enough to proceed as quickly as you'd like in some area of your life. A warning against haste or impatience.
To dream that you are taking speed indicates that you are putting yourself in a dangerous situation, particularly if you do not use speed in your waking life. The dream may be a pun on "speediness". Perhaps you need to move more quickly.
To dream of a speed boat represents navigating uncertainty, stressful times, or negative situations at a fast pace. You may feel an urgent need to confront a problem. You may be trying to get through a difficult time as quickly as possible. You may also feel rushed or pressured to keep up.
Example: A man dreamed of riding a speed boat across a lake as quickly as he could. In real life he was a gay man who was infected with AIDS. He was trying to leave the gay promiscuous lifestyle as quickly as he could by seeking therapy and the support of friends.
To dream of a paddle boat represents confrontation with an uncertain or negative situation that you perceive as being wonderful. You don't feel a sense of danger or urgency. You may even see potential benefits to taking your time dealing with a problem.
Pregnant women often dream of being in a paddle boat. This may reflect their enjoyment of confronting the challenges of pregnancy.
Example: A woman dreamed of being in a paddleboat and racing the boat far out into a lake ahead of her husband and then finding herself with with aching legs and a headache. In waking life she was pregnant and finding that all the extra housework she was giving herself was giving her non-stop headaches. The paddleboat may have reflected her relaxed feelings towards handling her pregnancy.