12-14-2015, 07:37 AM
- Dreaming of being in an accident
May suggest that you are punishing yourself for something you said or did because your conscience is bothering you.
- May symbolize a mistake that was made during the day.
- May be a result of your anxiety about being in an accident or making a mistake.
- To witness an accident in your dream
May symbolize an error that that you made or that you noticed (consciously or unconsciously) someone else made during the day.
- May symbolize repressed anger towards, or revenge against, the person(s) involved in the accident.
- To be in a car accident in a dream
May mean that you are driving yourself too hard; you need to hit the brakes and slow down.
- May represent your carelessness or recklessness in some aspect of your waking life.
- Dreaming of being rear-ended in your car
May symbolize something or someone from your past is returning and affecting your current life.
These are some common idioms and archetypes related to having an accident that may or may not make sense in the context of your dream. You may think of others which can help you interpret what your dream means to you.
- • have an accident (to lose control of the bowels or the bladder)
- • Accidents will happen. (it’s impossible to prevent some things from going wrong)
- • (whether) by accident or design (whether it was intended to be this way or not)
- • an accident waiting to happen (a dangerous situation that will likely result in an accident)
- • The Victim archetype: When you dream of being in an accident, you might consider asking yourself if you are feeling victimized in waking life. Is someone taking advantage of you or using you in some way? Do you see yourself as a Victim in waking life? Do you feel like something bad is always happening to you or that everything you do turns out badly?
- • The Saboteur archetype: Whenever you are a Victim in a dream (or in waking life), the Saboteur is often there, too. We unconsciously sabotage ourselves because of an unconscious fear of success or happiness. When we do so, we blame others for what happens, instead of taking the blame ourselves – we become the Victim.
- • Did I set myself up for a recent "accident" or unpleasant event in waking life?
- • Am I projecting blame on someone or something else?
- • Could the accident have been avoided?
- • Is there something I am feeling guilty over and feel I should be punished?