1. If in a wheelchair, one’s life has been difﬁcult to manage. 2. If one is pushing someone else in a wheelchair, that person is dependent on the dreamer.
To dream that you are in a wheelchair, suggests that you need to stand on your own two feet and stop depending on others. You also need to stand up for yourself. If someone is able-bodied in real life, but you dream that they are in a wheelchair, that person needs your help in some […]
Passive, relaxed attitude, inactivity; receptivity or openness. Placing chair in group: sense of status. Wheelchair: an invalid situation; a sense of weakness. If pushing someone else: seeing self as carrying an invalid. See example in autumn.
To dream that you have a disability suggests that you are going through a period of low self-confidence. You may feel like you have lost your power or direction in life. It’s quite possible that you are not making the most of your potential and skills. Consider the symbolism of the part of your body […]
Example: ‘My husband was in a wheelchair, I was pushing him along a promenade. At the end of the promenade was a path which we took. The path went along the top of a cliff. The sea below was pretty rough, a typical autumn day at the seaside. All of a sudden the path came […]
On one hand, restriction, suffering and the inability to escape from problems. On the other hand, in spite of a psychological handicap, moving forward. Often such dreams are a challenge, in a sense, to learn how to walk again.
Dreams of a wheel chair represent the need for support during a challenging time. You are grappling with a real or imagined handicap, perhaps physical, emotional or spiritual. This dream is a message that there is an aspect of your life that is in need of attention, healing and nurturing.
Symbolic of recovery from injury or needing help