Dream interpretation about Death, Falling, Leaving, Blind, Control, Laughing, Bones, Breaking, Arm, Eye, Light (Not Dark), Mirror, Reason, Sleeping, Water, Art, Body, Bathroom, Floor, Head, Side, Thought, Type, Looking, Walking, Ground, Bathtub, Exposed, Panic, Present, Terrified, Tub, Seizure
I’m thinking about my art project. The ideas and the ways of writing them down. Then, all of sudden thought of a really gorey death that the character was in. I said "That's not very realistic" while laughing to myself. I suddenly wake up in a bathtub that has a small amount of water in it. Due to just waking up, I struggle to sit up and I lie in the bathtub for quite some time. It didn't take long for me to realize I was in a bathroom. The room is completely pitch black, the exception of a dim light coming from a nightlight by the sink. With barely any strength in me, I weakly pulled myself up into a sitting position and noticed the side that was in the water felt completely numb. I brushed it off thinking I was just sleeping on my side weird and stumbled out of the tub. I begin to stumble to the dim light with my eyes closed tight. I found it really difficult to walk. I was stumbling a lot, like if I had broken a bone. I reached the sink where a beautiful light switch was present. I stumble, almost falling to the ground and hastily turn the switch on but the light doesn't turn on. As I begin to panic, I hastily flip the switch over and over again in hopes that the light will turn on. Eventually the light turns on and at first, the light blinds me for a moment but my eyes manage to get used to the light quickly. The bathroom looked old and fancy. The wallpaper is tearing off yet in such good condition too. I was impressed with how detailed and decorative the bathroom looked. Then I looked at the mirror in relief, that relief soon turned into shock. I saw myself in the mirror very wounded. About 1/5 of my head was melted off, my right arm was melted off, and my right side was exposed. I could see my own organs. I was just a bloody mess. In the mirror, I saw my terrified expression. Then I remembered the liquid at the bottom of the bathtub and my numbness. Something in that bathtub caused my body to melt like this. Suddenly, my eyes rolled back to the ceiling and felt my energy leave my body as I nearly fell onto the floor. I managed to gain control of my body, but looking back at the mirror and the sight made me panic and I tumbled again. It was like I was having a seizure.
8 Feb 2024
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The dreamer experiences intense fear and shock upon seeing their melted body in the mirror.
This dream was recurring 8 times last week
The intensity of the dream is heightened by the graphic and disturbing imagery of the melted body and the sense of panic and helplessness.
The dream becomes unrealistic when the dreamer wakes up in a bathtub with a melted body.
The dream is highly vivid, with detailed descriptions of the bathroom, the melted body, and the intense emotions experienced.
The dream has a clear beginning, middle, and end, but the transition from the initial thoughts about the art project to waking up in the bathtub is abrupt and disjointed.
Behavioral psychology & Wellness Advocate
Angie, it seems like this dream is bringing to the surface some deep-seated fears and anxieties that you may be grappling with. The graphic nature of the injuries you describe, such as your melted flesh and exposed organs, suggests that you're feeling vulnerable and exposed in some aspect of your life. The fact that you woke up in a bathtub filled with water, struggling to move, could symbolize feeling overwhelmed by emotions or challenges that are weighing you down. The dim lighting and the difficulty you had in turning on the light further highlight the sense of confusion and uncertainty you may be experiencing. It's interesting to note that this dream seems to be a continuation of themes present in your previous dreams. The submarine dream, where you were trying to keep the submarine safe but were unable to prevent harm, suggests a sense of responsibility and a desire to protect others. This could be linked to the feelings of vulnerability and exposure you're experiencing in the current dream. Similarly, the dream about being stuck in bed and sexually abused as a child points to unresolved trauma and emotional pain that may be resurfacing. These dreams could be your subconscious mind's way of urging you to confront and process these difficult emotions.
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