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
 
 
Amde 2016-06-29 03:27:39
I had a dream where I was underwater inside a transparent bubble and was moving my legs in a running motion, then I saw someone, a man without a face, but he felt familiar, so I reached for his hand and both our bubbles merged and not a single drop of water got in, and we went on walking forward with our hands linked.

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Trav Gee 2016-03-09 06:42:16
This is a reoccurring dream for me. Usually starts off being under the water holding my breath like anyone would. Then I need air. You know in real life if you are holding your breath to see how long you can go and then accidentally take a small breath out the nose or something. That's how it goes for me in the dream. I'm underwater then start to take little breaths accidentally. Then I realize I'm breathing underwater. Sometimes I'm in the ocean sometimes a pool. Sometimes the ocean is calm sometimes there are big waves but I'm under deep enough where they are just rolling over me and I'm underneath them watching the roll hanging out. I love these dreams..

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Taylor 2016-03-07 15:55:02
It's crazy. I can breathe under water in real life, not just in dreams. But only when I really need to. Only when it could be dangerous not to breathe

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Greg 2016-01-29 19:19:53
I had this dream last night. Just swimming around the bottom looking up and watching everyone do laps. It was the most awesome feeling.

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Paris 2015-10-07 13:52:03
Had a dream that my family and i were on a boat in the middle of the water and i was looking for My 5 year old daughter someone said s he was sleeping and then i go to look for her and she is in the water sleeping... i jump in to save her and she is fine not drowning like i had though . .. she was breathing under water

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Lunar 2015-09-04 02:20:13
In my dream it was first some kind of race with inflatable rafts where we could stand or sit to paddle. Anyway after a while I lost my raft and took another person to catch up to this one guy. The face finally ended when I cross the finish line for the finally time. I was able to find my own raft but the guy I liked had it. He wasn't there but I knew he had it. I had to search underwater for my gears equipment then I took it back I was still under water. After taking it back I felt that he had come again to look at it but was surprised it was gone. He left to do something and that's when I ran out of air but there was still someone there so I couldn't get out. Suddenly I couldn't take it anymore and sucjed in the water. At first I struggled but then I relaxed and was able to breathe just fine. I stayed there til the person left but then another person appeared, a girl I didn't know but she cause panic to run through my body. And I raced to the surface but when I reached it I was unable to breathe so back into the water I went. The rest of the dream I stayed underwater. I got advise from a man who told me I must give the raft back to the guy I like. I woke a few minutes later, unable to return the raft first but I did agree to give it back.

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Just me 2015-07-29 23:16:29
I dreamed that I was brought down under water by a friend to a secret society almost where I can breath under water. And I was able to eat and live under water. After a while I thought I needs to swim back to the surface. But as I headed to the top, I didn't need to because the rule was: if I panic I need to go to the surface to breath only. But I didn't panic and so I stayed

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gitana 2015-04-17 15:40:07
My dream started out on a car ride with a few friends.. there was a person in my dream saying that we will be going under water soon that a big wave is going to come ..hours passed when we saw a big wave cover us and the whole world it was a struggle at first but then once the world was covered we was able to breathe friends and I was trying to reach the top ... we trying shooting a arrow with a hook to pull our self up... but then we saw a guy that reached the top it was a circle he stuck his head out and got sucked out... Idk what that means

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justcurious 2015-03-29 15:54:18
I dreamt of visiting the cleanest and very transparent water. I'm sure it was a sea water because I saw the waves where lots of people are swimming but me on the other hand, are in a very calm water, the cleanest and purest water I've ever seen in my dreams. Never seen one in my real life though. I mean A sea water that is so transparent, you can see what under you. While on the calm and clean water I dip myself into the water. While I'm underwater, I can breathe freely. I saw myself very peaceful and calm as the water, and I look happy. It was like, I'm meditating underwater. I remain under for many hours while I can see people swimming on the other side of wavy water. I can see them even if I was closing my eyes. I don't know what it means. But really amazed on such dream of mine for I didn't went out of the water, I stayed there. The next time I know, I'm already awake

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Lacey 2014-10-25 06:37:08
I dreamt of going to an underwater party/rave, I was only in there for a couple of mins max a time before coming out for a breathe but it was the best time of my life having fun listening to music. Kept going in, out, in, out then finally waking up  :)

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Melanie 2014-09-03 14:08:02
I keep dreaming that I'm hiding underwater from my enemies and just when I think I HAVE to come up I start breathing underwater and this is the second dream like this in one week and the breathing is getting easier? Strangest dream ....

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Brian 2014-06-21 03:40:17
My dream I was in a boat and it sank I wasn't scared of that or the sharks I also saw dolphins the colorof the water was medium blue

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aaron 2014-06-09 10:09:02
Iv had dreams like these since i was a kid. Not all the time but now and then i dream that im swimming underwater but somehow i could still feel my lungs which i remember feeling heavy but it was like i was still breathing normaly to me. I usually just checked stuff out until i realise that its not normal to breathe underwater. As soon as that thought goes through my head my dream i wake up. I used to try it in the bathtub cause of these dreams.........didn't work :p
I have other reaccurring dreams now and again but the underwater ones are definitely my favourites!
Don't know if it means anything or if its just a cool dream i have. These websites don't really help too much :L

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J 2014-11-02 13:54:13
I have had similar dreams. I remember being about 4 years old and in the tub, with this strange sensation of deja vu, it's like I couldn't tell if it was a dream or real life, but I remembered I was able to breathe underwater. And ever since that time I have had the reoccurring dream. And there is always this awareness in the dream, that I have been there before... it's like I remember in the dream, "is this real? can I breathe underwater? oh yes, I can, just like before..."
It's amazing this has stayed with me for so many years.
I study astrology and I would associate the dream with the planets Neptune and the moon because of the water element, childhood, the womb, and the deja vu sensation... I would like to know more about what it means though!

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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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Sky 2014-07-15 01:22:31
I've had a lot of dreams that involve me breathing underwater lately. The other night I dreamed that to join this group of people I had to slay a sea monster. I accepted and they led me to the water I just jumped in and stared breathing. They looked surprised because they had to wear dive gear, then they left. I had a sword and started to feel afraid. The sea monster appeared in the form of a woman she was bleach blond and wore all black. She was athletic and was doing flips. I tried to follow her and she waited for me to strike she also had a sword we fought and then she left I was bloody and cut up but I thought I won. Later I came back and killed her. I asked her who she worked for and her eyes turned black and she said "You'll find out." The main thing I remember is the water. I tried to looked up a lot of meanings but their all different. It's kind of annoying.

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Zee 2014-06-26 14:02:59
Just had this same dream. And once i was breathing I was really calm and relaxed and navigating freely in the water like a mermaid  :)

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Ami 2014-05-26 15:10:31
Message from Kaylor
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..


Did you thought? Of going somewhere but you are not sure or afraid, do you want to say something to someone but u r scared of his answer?

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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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