Dream Dictionary Claustrophobia

Claustrophobia makes people afraid. It is a phobia so this obviously makes sense to you. It is a crippling problem and one for which there is little recourse for people that suffer from it. You can hear people saying “deep healing breaths, deep healing breaths” and repeating it like a mantra every now and again when they are caught in a situation where they are locked into a small place. If you want to know what it means when you dream of claustrophobia or what these traits of claustrophobia have to do with your dream specifically then continue reading to find out.

If you have a dream in which you are experiencing claustrophobia then one of the best examples of a reason why you might be feeling this way is because you are literally in a small place. One of the most common reasons a person might dream something like this is when they are sleeping on a new place or in a new way. If you put yourself in a sleeping bag for example, this might be one reason why you are dreaming of experiencing claustrophobia. If you are in a new hotel room and you feel like the walls are a bit small, this might lead to this type of dream as well.

Our minds are so clearly connected to our dreams that sometimes when something happens in real life as we are dreaming, we can see it in our dreams. If an alarm goes off in the background while you are dreaming there is always a chance that you can incorporate it into your dreams directly because this is how it feels. Thus, if you are feeling claustrophobia while you are sleeping just in terms of your body it would go to follow that you may also feel that way in your dreams too. This could happen to anyone that is too tightly tucked in or wrapped themselves in their blankets a little too much. Therefore you shouldn’t worry too much about your fate or anything like that.

If you have a dream where you are experiencing claustrophobia it could also mean that you feel like you are being boxed in, in your daily life. You feel like people are pigeon holing you in your career, telling you that you can only do one thing and you are starting to feel pretty helpless about it and useless in your abilities to change all of what’s happening to you. This kind of dream could also mean that it is time to move. You are starting to feel claustrophobia in your own home and it is making you realize that you need to branch out. Try finding a place that has nice wide open spaces or if you can’t move then try just vacationing for some time and see if that one time experience doesn’t solve things right quick for you.
 
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Helena 2017-03-01 00:20:04
Just a few hours ago i dreamt about me going in to an extremly small squared way, I even had to lay down and drag myself in. There was a girl doing the same in front of me but the was smaller and it was easier for her to do so. I was in panic when i realised the square was getting tighter, my hips were stuck! and beside me There were dead corpses, men were shiny brown in color and just mumified. It was just awful.

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ganesh 2017-03-02 23:05:18
yeah it is just awful. i too have dreamt things like this.
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Bea 2017-01-01 10:24:05
I dreamt of me being trapped in a extremely small space with almost no air, I couldn't get out without help from someone who couldn't hear me while I tried to scream. And I was panicking a lot. I don't remember anything more from the dream sadly.

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Milly 2016-12-04 13:50:19
I have dreams about having to squeeze through such a small gap that I can't get through and everything is so big and I'm really small is this claustrophobia??

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Erica 2016-04-07 14:51:22
I've dreamt of being in a large room filled with many short people, a lot of them looking identical to others. I've questioned this dream very much so, and does this count as being claustrophobic? Or does that have a different name? If so, what does my dream probably mean?

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Justine 2015-07-22 13:34:29
Firstly, very much enjoy reading your site so far--

I have a question though: I have a recurring theme (since childhood) of intentionally seeking out hidden or small/ enclosed/ dark spaces in my dreams, and rather than feeling scared in these spaces, I seem to feel peaceful/ safe/ somewhat clever or secretive... is there a common interpretation out there for small spaces having a positive effect? I don't think my subconscious feels claustrophobic in these places--

Thanks!

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Alicia 2013-10-08 09:27:46
Helped very much, thanks

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