(see Dancing, Jinnping, Running) Balance, initiative, and sustained energy through physically trying circumstances.

Feeling as if you’re jumping through proverbial hoops to please others or meet their expectations.

Walking a tightrope: A delicate situation with some implied danger, depending on your level of skill.

Contortionists: Having the truth or your sense of reality somehow twisted.

Tumbling: Being able to “roll with the punches” and still land on your feet. Alternatively, if being performed with another person, this may be a type of sexual dream (e.g., “taking a tumble”). Also, the ancient Minoans used tumbling as a type of fertility rite.



Acrobatics | Dream Meanings

Keywords of this dream: Acrobatics

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The meaning of this dream varies according to its detail.

If you watched an acrobatic performance, it would be wise to postpone any long-distance travel for at least a week.

If you performed the gymnastics yourself, you will overcome your present difficulties sooner than you expect.

If you dreamed of a friend or relation doing the acrobatics, it is a warning to look out for deception by the person involved.

To observe an acrobatic accident or failure is a dream of contrary; you will have a lucky escape from danger.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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Having too many responsibilities and too little time, or so many options from which to choose that you become indecisive.

What is the juggler juggling? Knives, for example, may indicate the need for extreme care and caution to avoid being hurt in your current situation. Juggling hearts could represent being torn between two or more lovers.

An extreme focus in your life on precision and timing. This focus may act as a coping mechanism during particularly trying times so that tasks get accomplished effectively (see Acrobatics).... The Language of Dreams

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Joyfulness and glee.

Successfully overcoming an obstacle (see Acrobatics). Nervousness and anxiety (e.g., “being jumpy”). Leaps of faith.

Avoidance or hasty movement (“jumping bail” or “jumping on the bandwagon”).

A visual representation of life’s ups and downs, some of which you may presently be experiencing.... The Language of Dreams

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(see Acrobatics, Marathon, Running)

Because of the generally peaceful, positive atmosphere of the Olympics> this can represent your development or expansion of one-world thinking and actions.

Being a good sport and remembering the importance of fair play. Winning is not always the greatest prize if it comes undeservedly.

As the symbol of the Olympics is a lit torch, this dream may metaphorically relate to “carrying a torch” for a cause or person you idealize.

Undertaking projects or personal changes perceived as being Olympic in size.... The Language of Dreams

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(see Acrobatics, \ larathon, Olympics) Something that’s gotten out of control circumstantially or personally.

What’s chasing you, or from what are you trying to escape? Perhaps the past or an unpleasant experience?

Hurrying, without necessarily having a defined goal. ... The Language of Dreams

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(see Acrobatics, Jumping, Marathon, Olympics, Running)

Each sport depicted in a dream reveals different dynamic emotions or actions on your part.

For example, seeing an acrobat is far different from dreaming of a football player.

The first likely symbolizes a recognized need for flexibility in your current situation, whereas the second might reveal aggressive action needed to achieve your goals. Consider each vision separately, as well as how the athlete(s) performs, for more insight.

Team sports speak of the ability to act in concert with others. How well does the team play together? Does one person seem to dominate the field, or is it a cooperative effort?

Extreme sports like windsurfing and skateboarding reflect the need to push yourself to the limits of excellence, hut sometimes with tremendous risks involved. Start considering the price you may pay for trying to obtain that proverbial brass ring.... The Language of Dreams

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