adrift

To dream that you are Adrift in a boac is a warning of difficulty ahead—it is an obstacle dream.

If you reach land safely, you will overcome your troubles, but if you fall out of the boat, or if the boat should be upset by rough waves, then expect very serious difficulties. Even then you may swim to land, or be rescued, which would indicate ultimate success.

This is indicative of a problem you have been unable to solve, or unwilling to face up to, and is a straightforward obstacle dream.

If you reached land safely, you will overcome your dilemma, but if you fell out of the boat or were upset by rough weather, it is a warning of serious difficulty due to indecision.

If you were rescued in your dream, or managed to swim to safety, success will follow hardship. 



Adrift | The Dream Meanings

Keywords of this dream: Adrift

The Language of Dreams

An anchor dragging through water or sand represents things that weigh you down, and hold you back.

An anchor holding firm in a torrential sea speaks of your personal need for security and stability.

If you haven’t reinforced your foundations lately, do so.

Anchors are also connected to the sea and sailing (see Boat, Water). In earlier times when ships carried valuable goods to port, such an arrival was heartily welcomed. So, sailors and things associated with their trade became “lucky.” Perhaps your ship is soon to “come in” and stay for a while!

Safety or improved vitality. In ancient Egypt, an anchor cross became a variation of the ankh, the emblem of life, around 4-5 C.E. This emblem was used frequently as a seafaring amulet.

A ship that lacks an anchor represents being adrift, going from one idea or goal to another without ever accomplishing anything.... The Language of Dreams

New American Dream Dictionary

1. Reckless thoughts or behavior.

2. Feelings of being adrift, reliant on others for goals and ambitions.

3. Taking ad­vantage of others. ... New American Dream Dictionary

New American Dream Dictionary

1. Insecurity—usually spiritual and/or emotional, some­times physical.

2. Feeling uncentered, adrift. ... New American Dream Dictionary

New American Dream Dictionary

1. One is “left hanging,” immobile and inert.

2. Freedom and happiness.

3. Feelings of being “adrift” of reality, not grounded. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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