Flying Dream Dictionary

Flying Free
Flying free means that you can achieve your ambitions easily. Only modest efforts are required to steer you to success. The area you are flying over can give you further clues-for example, flying over your home indicates domestic success, flying over your place of work suggests career success.

Sprouting Wings
To sprout wings in a dream confers upon you the qualities of a visionary pioneer. The wings refer to the ethics and principles of a higher order than that of human law. To dream of having birds' wings means that you will have the gift of foresight and may be able to fly into the future. Angelic wings suggest that you will soon hear news from unexpected higher authority.

Floating/Flying At Low Altitude
If you successfully managed to float/fly by flapping your arms or peddling your feet in the air, success is indicated through dogged but determined effort. The message here is to keep going and to stick to your guns. If there has been a bout of exhaustion or sickness, this dream promises relief from these problems.

Trying To Take Off and Failing
This dream indicates that the spirit is frustrated, bogged down with the mundane aspects of life and unable to find a way forward. Trying to take off and failing to do so implies that an ambition may be beyond your reach. The dreamer would benefit from re-evaluating their goals.

Losing Altitude
Flying successfully for a while, then losing control and drifting or falling back toward the earth, suggests that the ambition is waning or that the dreamer should become less of a high flyer. To experience erratic flying implies either fear of the heights of success or ambivalence toward their ambitions.

Flying Aided
Flying an airplane at high altitude means you can expect recognition for the work you have done. Soaring in a glider implies that you will be supported in your endeavours through team effort. To fly on the back of a mythical creature such as Pegasus, the winged horse, suggests an armchair adventurer.

Flying Toward the Light
This is a very rare and unusual dream that refers to experiences that have been lost. It relates to reconnection with an aspect of your past. Flying through a bright light toward someone who has died implies a nostalgic journey and that it is time to let go of the memories.

Becoming Hampered in Flight
Generally speaking, this relates to setbacks or postponement of your aspirations or a lack of confidence in your ability to reach goals. The conditions can give you clues as to the nature of the setbacks; strong winds, for example, suggest communication problems.


At 6:29 PM, Blogger joneil said...

i had a dream last night that i was at the beach or something and i was flying above the ocean and under water, i was moving at super fast speeds and i even flew high. i was underwater and breathing didnt seem to matter. also there were people on shore and one of them said, "he's just trying it out." or something like that. i guess because it was my first time really flying in my dreams. i also recall seeing swings in my dream.

At 6:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

- i normally can fly / float in my dreams by simply willing it - flapping my arms and all - sounds weird huh . A couple days ago , I was flying over a forest at super fast speeds and altitude - that never happened before - i wonder what it means to fly super fast and super high in dreams ?


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