Dream interpretation Tidal Wave, Tsunami

If you have ever been surfing, chances you will always feel awed by the walls of water that surround you as you head for the beach. While videos of tsunamis and their damage may also evoke some fear, there is no question that they also remind you of the awesome power of nature. Therefore, when you dream of tsunamis, you may not want to focus just on the “overwhelming” nature of whatever may be going on in your life. Rather, you may want to stop and think about the power that you are giving the situation, as well as how to overcome it.

General Dream Meaning: Tidal Wave, Tsunami

Overall, dreams of a tsunami or tidal wave indicate that you feel overwhelmed in some area of your life. Since water can be used to symbolize both romantic and monetary affairs, you can look to either area for the underlying cause of this dream. You can use the size of the waves as an indicator of the level of distress you are feeling, as well as the effects a crisis may have on your life. In addition, you may also want to consider how you or others managed to deal with the waves. Even if you dream of being killed in a tsunami, it may indicate relief from your problems, as well as the opportunity for a new beginning.

How Dream Symbol Tidal Wave, Tsunami may Fit in your Life

No matter how out of control various aspects of your life may be, there will always be opportunities to change that. Unfortunately, sometimes those mechanisms of change can be destructive. That said, if the situation is bad enough, the relief that you feel afterward may just be worth it. When you dream of a tidal wave, you can prepare yourself as best as you can for whatever is coming, and then look forward to new days and new beginnings ahead.

A Sample Dream, Tidal Wave, Tsunami Dream Interpretation

Consider a dream in which it is a beautiful sunny day. You are walking along the beach, and notice the tide coming in. For some strange reason, you decide to seek higher ground. As you climb up an embankment, you turn around to look at the water. You notice a huge wall of water headed directly for the shore. Desperately, you begin to climb as fast as you can. As the wall of water approaches, you trip over a surf board. Suddenly, you are no longer afraid, and stand on the board. When the wave finally comes in, you maneuver into it and ride it out. While this proves to be difficult, eventually you reach safety. Looking around, you notice that your co-workers are having a picnic, and have no clue that a tsunami just landed on the beach. When you wake up, you realize that the people you thought were co-workers are actually strangers.

Even though there are no clear indicators at the beginning of the dream, encountering co-workers at the end of the dream indicates you are feeling overwhelmed at work. Since they are all enjoying a picnic, you can also conclude that you may feel like you are doing all of the work, or shouldering burdens that should not be yours. Your initial fear, and then finding the resources to survive the tidal wave indicate that you will successfully navigate out of your problems. This is further indicated when you awaken and realize that you were actually talking to strangers in the dream. You can interpret this to mean that you are not connected with your co-workers, and efforts to regain alignment will bear positive results. Alternatively, you can view this dream as somewhat precognitive in the sense that you will go through a crisis at work, and then meet new people at a different job. Being past the tidal wave itself and joining the picnic indicates that you may wind up being much happier in the new job environment.
 
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Ana 2016-08-04 09:25:10
I had a dream, I was on the beach with my best friend and her family. The waves were getting bigger and it was getting dangerous to be in the water. I walk home and I lived in the forth floor. I was alone now, my best friend and her family were problably coming home as well because we lived together. But the thing is, they were not coming. I looked outside the window and the same-high building in front of my house had water falling from the roof. I knew it, a huge wave had come but it had not spotted the building were a lived, yet. I didn't know what to do and more waves would come. I just saw water coming under my door. My house was about to inundate, and I was about to drown and die. The pression was all over me and before I could do something, I woke up. Scary hen? When I wake up I was having a panic attack

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Britney 2016-07-12 08:28:12
In my dream I was In a new city in a new home with a group of friends and loved ones when all of a sudden we see a huge wave coming at us througmy mh whole dream we were trying to survive this tsunami. We were climbing up trees running all around the woods trying to survive we then hit the city and started jumping on trains and rollercoasters to get away from the water asap we would look down and see kids and animals trying to swim in the flooded town and we seeked high grounds well towards the end of my dream we finally reach a safe town and I end up.in the hospital giving birth to a child .

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Lonnie 2016-05-11 12:28:22
The other night I had a tsunami dream. I was sitting on the beach, and the sand was warm and the day was beautiful and sunny. I was watching 3 of my sisters and my 3 brothers play among the small waves, splashing and laughing. There were 3-4 giant orange and light pink and purple seashells, the spikey kind, hiding a little bit away from the waves, half buried under the wet sand. They were probably about the size of my leg, and I felt worried on behalf of my brothers for fear of them being pushed onto the shells by the waves and being hurt. I remember feeling a bit of sadness touch my heart, although I knew not why, and I looked away toward the moss and plant surrounded rocks and dunes behind me and sighed. I looked back toward my siblings, ready to jump in and help if any were to hit the shells, and shouted out a warning about them. My siblings were having too much fun and didn't hear. As I watched them splash around, I felt a dawning sense of horror and panic overwhelm me as I saw the waves begin to recede, beginning to form a giant hill of water what looked to be about a mile away from the area where our beach was. I jumped up and waved my arms, shouting out of them to get out of the water, and then sprinted towards them, shouting at them to get out of the water and away from the beach, knowing the giant wave beginning it's journey towards us would hit before we managed to get to safety. I got them out of the water and told them to run as fast as they could to the highest hill or rocky cliff surrounding us that they could, because they'd be safe if they were high up; I knew this tsunami would not harm them if they did so. As I watched them start to climb up, I turned around to see how much time was left for us to get to safety and noticed the enormous body of water about to fall immediately upon our heads. I ran to my two littlest brothers, who were climbing up using a wire fence surrounding the rocky hill, and threw myself around them, locking my fingers to the fence, hoping we wouldn't be swept away by the wave. It hit, and we were pummeled by an enormous weight of water. It started to pull away then, and took the oldest of my two little brothers with it, leaving him clinging to the wet sand as it returned to the sea to create another, bigger, tsunami. I pushed the youngest to the top of the hill, where he'd be safe, and where I remembered my mom was with the car. I saw her, lounging and unaware of the situation, that she had to get up and get ready to get all of us out of there; then I jumped down and ran to my brother, and saw my oldest younger brother sprawled a little away from him. I pulled them both up and pushed them toward the hill, telling them to get in the car so mom could drive us all away, then I saw my mom on the beach, waterlogged, looking as if the tsunami had swept her up before too, which was confusing, because I thought she was at the car. I woke up momentarily at this point, and then immediately fell asleep again, because I wanted to save her, dream or not. I think I was lucid dreaming at this point, but I ran to her and began pulling her up, because she was semi-conscious (she's a bit overweight, so it was difficult until I saw the wave forming again, and the adrenaline kicked in). I saw a small pathway that would lead right up to our van, which now was on a high up cement road, surrounded by a smaller wire fence. My mom regained consciousness and I yelled to the van to get down to where we were so that she wouldn't have to run up the steep slope. My sister was driving, I saw, and they were there immediately. My mom got in, and they told me to get in too, and quickly! I looked back and saw, to my surprise and horror, my friend who I love dearly, who I've had a crush on for more than 5 years (it's pretty much over, but I still love him as a person immensely; we haven't talked in about three months due to the said before crush, though), sprawled on the beach; his sometimes girlfriend was there, panicking, not knowing what to do for him, I looked at my family and told them to go back to the high place as soon as his girlfriend made it to the car, and ran toward them. I picked her up and told her I'd take care of this, but she had to get to safety so that when he was safe, they'd be together again. I reassured her he'd be fine, and, although hesitant, she ran to the car, and the van drove away quickly to safety. The wave was almost there, and he and I were in the wide open, completely unsafe from the impending danger. As the wave hit, I threw myself on top of him, to protect him from the wave, and to not be separated from him. The water retreated again to make a new wave, and we were again left on the wet sands. I checked for a pulse, and upon feeling none, began to administer CPR. His girlfriend ran up again after I had been doing this for about 5 minutes, and he woke up right as I was about to give him breath. He was very, very confused. I pulled him up with his girlfriend's help, and pushed them toward the van. I had been injured in my leg by passing debris, and told them to get out of here and to safety. He hesitated, but his girlfriend insisted he leave with her, and they ran to the van and, finally, safety. And I felt happy; they were all safe. I knew the next wave was coming, but didn't care; I then woke up. It was so real, and so weird.

I wonder what it means?

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Asking 2016-05-07 00:40:01
I had a dream last night that I was in my own house in the dining room and the curtains were closed, I looked outside and saw the ocean (we live across the road from a lake) it was rough and 2 like pine trees fell down. The water starting coming up to the house, I felt a lilttle worried but the water wasn't coming inside just hitting the outside of the windows and house. Then I looked outside again and there was a huge wave coming over the house in I closed the curtain and waited for the wave to coming crashing on the house but it didn't however I felt like I was breathing and talking underwater inside the house
but I felt safe in my house. No water came inside

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lori 2016-04-10 05:20:16
I keep having a dream that the world will end and it will happen when a big tsunami hits. I'm trying to save my kids and trying to convince my parents to climb to the top of the highest mountain where we live in Ireland but my dad keeps saying it's no good and that the wave is too high and it's gonna wipe out the whole of Ireland. All of a sudden we are all on the top of the mountain on a big ship looking at this Hugh wall of water coming and I'm trying to strap my kids to me so they won't be scared on their own and then the wave hits but I wake up in a sweat.

The weirdest thing is, is that I know I'm dreaming and I'm changing things in the dream that helps us and when I wake I have to check that everything is OK and that the world is not ending because the dream felt so real. I really hate having it because of the panic I feel when I wake up. Anyone know what this means

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Claire 2016-06-23 12:42:19
Message from lori
I keep having a dream that the world will end and it will happen when a big tsunami hits. I'm trying to save my kids and trying to convince my parents to climb to the top of the highest mountain where we live in Ireland but my dad keeps saying it's no good and that the wave is too high and it's gonna wipe out the whole of Ireland. All of a sudden we are all on the top of the mountain on a big ship looking at this Hugh wall of water coming and I'm trying to strap my kids to me so they won't be scared on their own and then the wave hits but I wake up in a sweat.

The weirdest thing is, is that I know I'm dreaming and I'm changing things in the dream that helps us and when I wake I have to check that everything is OK and that the world is not ending because the dream felt so real. I really hate having it because of the panic I feel when I wake up. Anyone know what this means


Yep I have the same dreams and they are so scary id love to know the meaning

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Maria 2016-03-02 09:12:25
I live close to the sea. In my dream a neighbour came for a recipe to make bakes. I was giving her the recipe when I noticed from the corner of my eye something amiss; I turned in the direction and realized that the tides were rough and high. The he next wave that hit came onto my verandah (mind u I live on a mountain); to the water was muddy dirty - my kids were awed by a he wave too and two of my kids were holding on to a electrical wire that supplies the house with electricity; I was calling out to them to remove from same but they couldn't hear me, I kept screaming but my voice seemed to not reach a them even though they were just a few feet away from me.....then I woke up. It was a cool day, the rest of the sea seemed calm except for when I saw the waves hit. In the dream also I knew it was a full moon hence high tide.

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Ruby 2016-02-27 06:07:14
I just had this dream last night and a wave the size of the Empire State building was but feet away from me and a friend. The skies were dark, purplish gray & we appeared to be living on an island and appeared there as a lot of flooding due to rain. We were walking and the water was getting deeper and deeper and suddenly we were paddling through when i saw the sky turn even darker. So dark but still i can make out this huge beautiful wall of ocean about to crash down on us. I told my friend swim upward take a deep breath first and noticed i was smoking, i'd quit smoking 7 yrs ago and went cold turkey. No sooner than i realize i was smoking and took a deep breath was i under water trying to swim upwards but there i was pushing through what seemed to weigh a ton and began to panic since i knew i wasn't going to make it. I began to pray. The panic stopped and i woke up.

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unknown 2016-02-08 05:17:30
I mostly see sea in my dreams that too ll occur something bad. This time i see tsunami. Once it comes that time im in hostel so we planned to go upstairs and planning to watch tsunami. Ourmy roommates prediction was tsunami not come more than our upstairs. So v all hostelts went to roof but the waves come to the roof and i lost my phone i don't know anyones number so i lost contacts from everyone. We all flooted but everyone was safe what does it mean??

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Niti 2016-01-30 23:00:31
Even i have a dream of tsunami,huge waves which comes towards me at every step but i never die in such natural disasters.can anyone help me on this thing?

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kee 2015-12-26 21:05:36
I have had multiple tsunami dreams till now. But all has one thing in common. a 20 foot tall wave approaching and it stops an arm distance in front of me .. a 2o foot wave which started vigourously standing still in front of me. And in every dream im scared even if one drop of water moves ill die.what does this mean?

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Sosoflow 2015-12-13 07:35:19
In my dream my husband and I were going to a theater located in the bottom of a old building. The building seem to be about 10 stories high. As we waited in line for the show we noticed a huge wall of water headed it for us in the distance. The people inside the theater was so afraid and the doors had locked. No one inside would let anyone inside. I walk down to another door it was locked to so we started kicking it and broke the glass so we could Get in. We saw the stairwell and took it up to the fourth floor . When we got there there were about three dozen people preparing for the storm everyone was gathering food in put couches and chairs together in corners. Everyone seemed to be very territorial no one was preparing together. We went to see where we can find shelter in the room . And found a stairwell my husband and I ran up the stairway and found a place to hide under the stairs on the ninth floor. But as we prepare we noticed there is a pack of rats that was very Aggressive. So we ran down one more flight and found a little janitor room, it had no windows and had a metal door.The room was filled with chairs so we can position them to you prepare for the tsunami to hit. Soon it hit and you could feel it hit the building. We braced ourselves and prayed for safety. The water hit the building hard and it sounded think nothing I had every heard before. We seem to be there for a couple of days. However the water never reach the room and we were safe.

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junnaga92 2015-12-07 14:22:35
Hello!i just woke up.I feel tired because of my dreams.I see the big wave is coming.I speak my neighbor about what i see is a big wave.But they dont believe.I run inside my Moms house and take all important papers and i ask my Mom that we need to go because the wave is coming but she dont believe but when my brother call her she is nervous and after we close the house.The wave is come but its not so strong and after nothing..Its super duper weired..

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maddog11 2015-11-26 08:42:09
I had these two awful dreams but the first one was I was living near a beach like almost right on it but not super close to the water. And there was a bunch of people around me but I only remember my best friend being there and the sky was either black or super dark blue and i remember looking around and looking out the window and i cant remember what happenedd but then all of a sudden everyone is screaming and freaking out so I look out the window and see this giant and i literally mean the biggest tsunami forming in the horizon and its coming straight for where I am but its almost like its not wven moving and i remember so vividly if I was just gonna let myself get killed by the waves or if i was gonna do it sp i didnt have to suffer. It was really weird and then the next night I had a dream was that i ripped the dermals on my face out and you could see the holes and all the blood and i was screaming for help but no one would help me wven tho i remember people being around me.

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Splay 2015-12-14 11:58:48
Hi Maddog11
In response to your first dream. It would be important to find link between the tidal wave and a distressing point in your life. Reoccurring dreams of tidal waves will help establish this link. Can you force it to reoccur...no. Rather be aware so when it does reoccur you can analyse events in your life... especially the last 12 hours. Also pay attention to what you did when you saw tidal wave and then the actions that followed. These events can gives us clues as to how we could deal with the situation although they may not be the best way. I dont believe the majority dreams can be trusted for advice but they do gives us clues to how our mind is trying to deal with confusing situations.

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Unknown 2015-10-05 16:15:40
I have a dream, i am sitting at work then all of a sudden the tsunami comes and i stand up and scream run, and everybody runs, but we cant get out and then everybody drowns, what does this mean

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Alisha francis 2015-09-28 22:29:38
Twas like I was at a frens place terrace floor.. Suddenly I noticed that the building was on fire so I rushed to open the gates but the people were in such a panic that they forgot that some people are still inside the building.. So by the time I went to inform my frens I could feel the building move twas a tsunami so I just closed my eyes and prepared myself to die till I felt the water and I woke up in a start to see it was just a dream phew

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