Car falling into the sea

Car falling into the sea




I drive my car, I avoid another car on my right and turn left, but in the direction I turn there is a big hole in the road that forms a ravine that ends in the sea.

I fall in the hole while being in my vehicle, I see and feel this sensation of the car falling against the walls of the ravine and finish this fall in the sea that forms waves.

I manage to get out of my car and I cry seeing my car sinking in the water.


Hello Christelle.

Thank you for sharing your dream with us. This one is an important message from your subconscious mind concerning certain events to come in your life. I will explain everything to you in detail.

First of all, this car symbolizes the way you live your daily life. It is a reflection of your desire to move and to see your life change.

This is confirmed by the fact that you are the one behind the wheel of this car. This means that you are in control of your personal life.

However, that big hole you see means that someone is trying to trick you in real life. You need to beware of bad company.

That's why you see that gully, it's a sign that you are currently facing difficulties and danger.

Your subconscious mind is inviting you to pay close attention to what is going on around you and to find a solution quickly.

On the other hand Christelle, if your car falls into the sea, it means that you are on the right track professionally but not really personally.

It is an alert from your subconscious that invites you to avoid questioning the person you are becoming.

If your car sinks it symbolizes a state of insecurity and fear that you have, in relation to an important decision that you must make.

However, this feeling of fear that you are experiencing means that this decision making will bring good results.

This is why you are crying in your dream, it is a release of negative emotions on your part. It is a sign of satisfaction that heralds happiness and joy in your life.


William William



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