This is a very common dream that reflects your inability to free yourself from a bad decision, choice or situation.
(Physically) Is a common nightmare theme, reflecting your real life inability to escape or make the right choice.
To be trapped in a dream suggests you feel trapped by your current circumstances. It means you feel unable to see a way of escaping your current problems. • It reflects feelings of frustration perhaps due to being trapped in your job or a difficult relationship. • If you are trapping something in a dream […]
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This suggests that we have been wounded, either emotionally or spiritually, or perhaps that our natural instincts are not being allowed free expression and are, therefore, not functioning properly.
If you dream of being trapped, it means that you feel confined and restricted in a friendship, career or romantic relationship. You may be feeling bad physically because of your emotional worries. This dream can also mean that your rivals will get the best of you if you are not careful. If you successfully escape […]
To dream of trying to find some refuge from animals, whether by building defences or perhaps by running away, is indicative of our struggle with our animal instincts and whether the action being taken is adequate. Such instincts may be threatening or damaging to aspects of our life.
To be in a trap in a dream signifies that we feel we are trapped by outside circumstances. To be aware of trapping something or someone is attempting to hold on to them. To be trapping a butterfly is to be trying to capture the inner self.
The mythology surrounding the princess in the ivory tower has resonance in both men’s and women’s dreams. A woman is often trapped by her own imperturbability and needs help to escape and a man needs to find and release his trapped feminine.
When we feel trapped in dreams, we are not usually able to break free of old patterns of thought and behaviour. We need outside help. The type of trap will give an indication of our psychological state. A gin trap would, therefore, suggest something is biting us and, rather obviously, a box trap that we […]