5. Driving out of control.
OK, this one isn’t too hard to interpret. If you can’t control a car in your dreams, you’re probably feeling as though you’ve lost control of your life, at least to some extent. If you’re driving off cliffs in your dreams, you might be making bad decisions in your waking life, too.
6. Getting lost.
Surprise, surprise — this one is also tied to anxiety.
If you dream about getting lost, it might be because there’s a new situation in your life in which you’re worried you won’t completely fit in or be able to find your way. Maybe you just started a new job you don’t feel 100-percent qualified for, or there’s a project deadline you’re afraid of missing.
7. Being late.
Here’s yet another dream that represents your lack of control.
It could be something as small as a lack of organization, or — yet again — a sense of uneasiness at work.
Have you noticed that none of these dreams tend to mean everything is fine and your life is perfect? Weird how that works out.
8. Dreams at school.
You’ve probably had plenty of dreams that take place in school, even if you haven’t stepped foot in a classroom in decades.
Dreaming about school could mean that there’s a childhood memory that you haven’t directly addressed in your life. There may also be some kind of lesson in your waking life that you’re struggling to learn, so your subconscious is taking you to school to figure it out.
Yet again, we’re dealing with feelings of insecurity, instability, and anxiety. But you probably knew that already, right?
However, if you’re falling slowly in your dream, that could actually represent a feeling of serenity and finally being able to let go of something that’s been troubling you. Finally, some good news!
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