Dream Dictionary Breathing Underwater

If you literally dream of breathing underwater, as in you go to sleep and in your dreams you are going underwater and breathing it could mean one of several things. Since water is one area that we know seems as if it was not meant for humans (because of the fact that we donít have gills, and because of the fact that we naturally float as well as the fact that the creatures of the sea are much more well suited for sea travel and can more easily navigate waters, as well as kill us if we got into any fights.

To dream that you are able to breathe underwater would mean that you have conquered one of the things that keeps is from water the most, the fact that we cannot stay under for long periods of time without assistance. This would mean you have conquered areas that were previously off limits to you. There was some goal that you thought you would never achieve, but you were able to make it out of sheer will power. Congratulations, you should be proud of yourself for your accomplishment, it really means a lot.

It can also mean, when you dream of breathing underwater that you have conquered your fear of the water. The water is a scary place for many people, and still many more people refuse to swim in the water, especially not in open sea or in areas that seem particularly dangerous. For you to be able to go underwater and breathe means you can go anywhere in the water and probably will. You have no reason to fear drowning, so why would you ever be sacred. Try testing out in real life whether you are still afraid or not. Go take a dip in the public pool and see how you and your body react to the environment. Do you still feel scared? Use the gumption given to you by your mind to go out there and traverse the tricky waters. Maybe you donít need to go out and literally have a swim, but this spike in fearlessness shows you certainly have the will and ability to conquer other fears as well. Letís see how many you can cross off the list in the next few days now that one of the biggest ones is down.

To dream that you can breathe underwater also shows that you have obtained complete mastery over your emotions. Many times in dreams the sea or the ocean or any body of water will be representative of your emotional state. When you are on a boat, you are really showing that you have the ability to navigate through all of your complex emotional responses. However, when you are swimming in the water and donít even need a boat then this suggests that you have an even greater mastery than could have previously been seen. You are extremely in touch with yourself. Congratulations on your mastery of your own emotional climate.
 
The text We all secretly wish that we had a superpower for example a set of gills that we could use whenever we wished so as to allow us to stay underwater for long periods without having to bring heavy oxygen tanks down with us. is a property of Goto horoscope Com. And belong to category Dream Dictionary
 
Kaylor 2014-03-23 14:52:09
In my dreams this always happens in the same sort of stages, I'll be swimming in completely open ocean and I get swept underwater by a wave and (like I do in real life) I freak out and it's almost like I can literally feel my heart pounding but then I force myself to stay calm and relax and find myself breathing underwater. It feels so real which is the weirdest part, I've had this dream like 5 times in the last 2 weeks..

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Jay 2014-03-14 06:30:50
This article is incredible.When i woke up after this dream I felt very happy.I had a smile on my face that was hard to wipe off.I felt peaceful, nothing seem to bother me.This article has truth in it as the many things that made me sad and depressed had no effect on me what so ever.I guess this is what the yogi's described as being the witness as I experienced life with no reactions,an inner stillness, unmovable, untouched,and unbreakable.I don't know if this state is going to be permanent but I will strive to keep this state.

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Josh 2013-12-28 02:34:55
Wow I thought I was the only one. I have had the dream that I was swimming and then reset underwater. I thought I was drowning and tried to hold my breath until I could not anymore. When I did breathe it was water/air and it was amazing. I swam all over the place. It was peaceful and relaxing. I have had the same dream so many times I can't count them. Now when I start to dream and I know I'm dreaming that dream I dive down deep as I can and take a huge breath of water/air. I love it!!!

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Levi 2013-10-10 17:25:57
My dream last night was erilly simmilar to the description of not initially realizing being underwater at all, then pannicking of corse. However the main difference in my dream was, once I started swimming towards the shimmering moonlit surface; seeming only a few feet but at the same time foreve away, I immediately ran out of breath. then in comes this enormous gulp of cold salty ocean water almost seeming to expand in my lungs to the point I feel like I'm about to burst, then all the water I had just breathed turns to air. But not just air. Cool fresh crisp and humid air almost like on a spring morning. But even then I still try holding that miracle of a breath as long as I can. But after this time of running out of all the will I have to do so, in comes another breath only this time it's different, this time it comes in through my nose and all I can feel is the air, no water, no pannic just serenity, after this time things repeat all the same. Every breath hesitant but dry, calm, and soothing. At this point I begin once again swimming but this time not up. I can still feel the pressure and drag of the heavy and cold water through my clothes. All at once becoming comfortable with my surrounding and noticing a large reef of coral neerby that seems to reach from the ocean floor all the way to the sky.

This is where my girlfriends alarm to get up for glass wakes me as well. I am somewhat of a lucid dreamer, still new to it. Also I have come to notice that often times people seem to have very simmilar or even the same dreams, just wondering if anyone else has this happen in the same manner.

Also a more specific interpretation of my scenario would be amazing. Ty. Levi from Indiana

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Dana 2013-09-12 02:19:37
I've dreamt of breathing under the water many times but this one I had last night was particularly amazing- me and some friends (in dream friends, I didn't know them in real life) were sitting on a dock. I seemed to have been aware of what was going to happen and I remember telling them that things seemed familiar- the first time we were on the dock we decided to go swimming and I was floating there peacefully, then the dream reset and we were in the same situation (other things happened between the reset) and I was aware that I kept reliving the same time period, and my feet were in the lake, which was crystal clear and an amazing blue/green with a sand bottom and we decided to go swimming again and we were under the water when i realised I could breath- and the water felt heavy in my lungs but good and I remember laughing and being so completely at peace, it was amazing.

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Cashanova 2013-03-14 09:10:50
I had the most amazing dream during last night, I was in a city that had golden buildings on the surface and in the water beneath was another world where everyone could breathe the water. I was shown all sorts of different things underwater, like where to meet other people and I could swim or take these railways that led to other open areas, vast and well structured. Would remind some people of how Atlantis might have looked. I wonder if this link has anything to do with us being in the age of Aquarius, or water?

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karin 2013-07-03 12:33:13
gosh it soo bizarre, last night i had a dream that i cant shake off and as i read your description it sound just like mine, the golden building city and people walking on the streets when we all underwater like its all normal. the only diff is when i thought of swimming to the upper surface of the city instead of walking i get out of breath and sucked down in a twirl. i remember the choking feeling so well like it actually happened.
I'm a virgo so not sure there is really connection.

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Yvette 2013-06-08 14:15:12
How funny that you say that. I'm an aquarius, i also had a dream of breathing under water.

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Gothic Alchemist 2013-02-15 03:00:11
I once dreamed of swimming underwater, one of my best dreams that I can remember. The way the sun glistened in water was beautiful, my hair moved with the water. Being able to breath was, well, breathtaking! It was the most remarkable feeling I've ever had.

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KO 2012-12-27 18:15:42
I dreamed i was underwater, and didnt even realize it. Once I noticed i was under water I panicked and shot towards the surface, until I realized I could breathe...

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Cherrell 2012-12-11 22:49:27
I dreamt I was breathing underwater last night, it was such a powerful dream, thank you for the interpretation.

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