Monday, July 27, 2015

You can catch them, but you might not be able to decode them.
(Photo: Stocksy)Travel-related dreams are among the most common kinds of
dreams we have.
 

From scoring that coveted spot on a gorgeous beach to perishing in a
plane crash, travel dreams have a range from delightful to terrifying.
 World traveling club Travel spoke with Dream Interpreter and author
Lauri Loewenberg about the most common travel dreams that people have and what
exactly our subconscious is trying to tell us while we are asleep.

Where is this subway taking me…in a metaphorical sense.
(Photo: Stocksy)Plane crash -  The most common travel-related dream is
actually the airplane crash dream.
"It is really, really common," explains Loewenberg, who wrote the book
‘Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams, Change Your Life.
’While terrifying, the plane crash dream may not actually spell doom in
real life.
"If this dream were a premonition then everyone would die in a plane
crash since it is so common.
This dream is not at all about your traveling but rather something in your
life that you had high hopes for, something that you hoped would take off and
go places but instead it came crashing down.
You get this dream when you have had a big let down or when your hopes were
dashed.
"
Related: Fly Safer—Tips to Help You Survive a Plane CrashAnd not all
transportation related dreams mean the same thing.
Each mode of transport that appears in your dreams is symbolic of a different
area in your life.

"In every dream, the details in the dream will point to specific things in
your own life," Loewenberg explains.
"So the type of vehicle will be connected to a certain part of your
life.
Planes are typically about things that we want to take off, things we are
hoping for, high aspirations.
 Boats - A boat in your dream is typically connected to a more emotional
thing, in particular they tend to be connected to relationships.
"Water in dreams often reflects our emotional state.
"Cloudy, muddy water can link to depression.
Clear water would point to clear thinking and certainty,"  Loewenberg
says.
 It can also be indicative of your love life.
Two ships can literally equate to two ships passing in the night.
This could spell a missed opportunity in your current love life.
 Driving in a car -  If you are traveling alone in a car, this can
mean that you are facing some difficult situations and worries.
However, if you are with family members, this might signify that you have
found new and interesting friends in the work place.

"Your car dreams are your inner GPS pointing you where to go or telling
you when to stop," says Loewenberg.
"If you follow the signs in your car dreams, you will never be steered
off course.
"Flying like Superman - Flying through the air like a superhero, without the
need for a plane is an incredibly common dream.
 
"Dreaming that you are flying with your own body is particularly
common in childhood and it does taper off as we get older but, as adults, we
still will get the flying dream from time to time," says Loewenberg.

It’s a bird…it’s a plane….
it’s you? (Photo: Stocksy)"The flying dream is a really great
dream in most cases because it will symbolize that you are realizing your
abilities and your own power.
That you are rising above where you were before, to free yourself from a
situation that may have been weighing you down.
 People who get the flying dream a lot are typically very goal orientated
and have high expectations of themselves," Loewenberg says.
"It is more common in children because they have great imaginations.
We will run around the yard as a kid with our arms out pretending that we are
flying.
And life is typically more fun when you are younger.
As you get older life becomes hard.
You have issues, you have problems, you have bills.
And so life starts to weigh you down and that will also weigh down your
dreams.
"

What does it mean if you find yourself alone in the desert? (Photo:
Stocksy)
Where you travel to in your dreams can also be as significant as the
mode you use to get there.
Loewenberg also explained what each popular travel destination that appears
in your dreams can signify.

Being in the desert - "Being in the desert would usually be connected
to some area of your life that is not productive.
Maybe it is your love life, maybe it is something going on in your career.
But its dried up.
Nothing is going on.
"Related: Searching for UFOs in the Atacama Desert

Are your dreams telling you to relax a little? (Photo: Stocksy)Being at the
beach - "The beach dream is a great dream and is connected with you
feeling the need to reward yourself for a job well done.
It’s you saying that it is time to relax now, maybe because you have
been going through something difficult or you have worked really hard at
something.
And now your very wise subconscious mind is saying, ok now it is time to
relax.
Lets just treat ourselves.
" Related: America’s Buzziest Beach Towns What does it mean when
you find yourself lost in the jungle? (Photo: Stocksy)Being in the jungle
- "If you are feeling lost or a little threatened while you are in that
jungle, it could mean that you have a lot of things going on or that you are
feeling a little confused and lost and maybe lacking direction.
There is so much going on that you don’t know what to tackle first.
"

You’ve reached the summit….
now what? (Photo: Stocksy)Standing on top of a mountain "Dreaming of standing
on the top of a mountain is about accomplishment," says Loewenberg.
"It’s about feeling on top of your game and having risen to your
own high expectations.
"Being on top of a mountain and afraid of falling can mean something entirely
different.
The fear of falling shows that you are focusing too much on what can or will
go wrong in your life instead of focusing on what is going well.
We’ve all had the astronaut dream.
(Photo: Stocksy)Space Travel"Spaceships, UFO’s and rockets are
all modes of transport that travel high into the sky, and when they appear in
dreams they can be representative of our extreme desire to travel to or move
beyond our current world," explains Loewenberg.
  "UFOs, in particular, tend to be connected to a path in life that
is ‘alien’ to the dreamer, something never encountered before.
In a positive context, it is a journey capable of changing the
dreamer’s world.
In a negative context, it is a path that threatens to pull or
‘abduct’ the dreamer out of his or her comfort zone or daily
routine.
"

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Hang out with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram,
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 Check out our original adventure travel series A Broad Abroad.
  What does it mean when you dream about a plane crashing? These are
the most common travel dreams and what they mean for your waking life.
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"Your car dreams are your inner GPS pointing you where to go or telling
you when to stop," says Loewenberg.
"If you follow the signs in your car dreams, you will never be steered
off course.
"Flying like Superman - Flying through the air like a superhero, without the
need for a plane is an incredibly common dream.
 
"Dreaming that you are flying with your own body is particularly
common in childhood and it does taper off as we get older but, as adults, we
still will get the flying dream from time to time," says Loewenberg.

It’s a bird…it’s a plane….
it’s you? (Photo: Stocksy)"The flying dream is a really great
dream in most cases because it will symbolize that you are realizing your
abilities and your own power.
That you are rising above where you were before, to free yourself from a
situation that may have been weighing you down.
 People who get the flying dream a lot are typically very goal orientated
and have high expectations of themselves," Loewenberg says.
"It is more common in children because they have great imaginations.
We will run around the yard as a kid with our arms out pretending that we are
flying.
And life is typically more fun when you are younger.
As you get older life becomes hard.
You have issues, you have problems, you have bills.
And so life starts to weigh you down and that will also weigh down your
dreams.
"

What does it mean if you find yourself alone in the desert? (Photo:
Stocksy)
Where you travel to in your dreams can also be as significant as the
mode you use to get there.
Loewenberg also explained what each popular travel destination that appears
in your dreams can signify.

Being in the desert - "Being in the desert would usually be connected
to some area of your life that is not productive.
Maybe it is your love life, maybe it is something going on in your career.
But its dried up.
Nothing is going on.
"Related: Searching for UFOs in the Atacama Desert

Are your dreams telling you to relax a little? (Photo: Stocksy)Being at the
beach - "The beach dream is a great dream and is connected with you
feeling the need to reward yourself for a job well done.
It’s you saying that it is time to relax now, maybe because you have
been going through something difficult or you have worked really hard at
something.
And now your very wise subconscious mind is saying, ok now it is time to
relax.
Lets just treat ourselves.
" Related: America’s Buzziest Beach Towns What does it mean when
you find yourself lost in the jungle? (Photo: Stocksy)Being in the jungle
- "If you are feeling lost or a little threatened while you are in that
jungle, it could mean that you have a lot of things going on or that you are
feeling a little confused and lost and maybe lacking direction.
There is so much going on that you don’t know what to tackle first.
"

You’ve reached the summit….
now what? (Photo: Stocksy)Standing on top of a mountain "Dreaming of standing
on the top of a mountain is about accomplishment," says Loewenberg.
"It’s about feeling on top of your game and having risen to your
own high expectations.
"Being on top of a mountain and afraid of falling can mean something entirely
different.
The fear of falling shows that you are focusing too much on what can or will
go wrong in your life instead of focusing on what is going well.
We’ve all had the astronaut dream.
(Photo: Stocksy)Space Travel"Spaceships, UFO’s and rockets are
all modes of transport that travel high into the sky, and when they appear in
dreams they can be representative of our extreme desire to travel to or move
beyond our current world," explains Loewenberg.
  "UFOs, in particular, tend to be connected to a path in life that
is ‘alien’ to the dreamer, something never encountered before.
In a positive context, it is a journey capable of changing the
dreamer’s world.
In a negative context, it is a path that threatens to pull or
‘abduct’ the dreamer out of his or her comfort zone or daily
routine.
"

Let World traveling club Travel inspire you every day.
Hang out with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram,
and Pinterest.
 Check out our original adventure travel series A Broad Abroad.
  What does it mean when you dream about a plane crashing? These are
the most common travel dreams and what they mean for your waking life.

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