To see a sink in your dream. represents your feelings and how you control your emotions. You may need to cleanse yourself of past feelings and start fresh. If the sink was full of water, you may experience some family troubles or disappointment in love. However, if the sink was empty, your dream more likely […]
Dreaming about a kitchen sink may comment on having to stomach a great deal of family pressure. It may actually be a metaphor for the stomach, with the belly button as the dram and the garbage disposal as the intestines. A dirty sink might signal a need for a nutritional cleansing soon.
Despairing, losing ground, loss of confidence. Idioms: be sunk; sinking feeling; sink or swim; sink to someone’s level. See second example in falling.
Dreams of a sink represent that you are purifying, cleansing, and washing away undesirable energy. Consider that this dream may be word play for being in sync with life, with your lover, business partner, or with desirable events in your life. If you dream of something that sinks to the bottom of the ocean, then […]
(see Sports, Water) Water represents the intuitive nature and the subconscious. The movement through this liquid indicates either a willingness to traverse hidden portions of the self, or focusing on a defined aspect of subconsciousness as the goal of your swim. Success in a situation in which you were asked effectively to “sink or swim.” […]
A sinking feeling in dreams usually suggests worry or fear. Emotionally we are unable to maintain our usual happiness. We may feel that we are not in control, and that we cannot maintain forward movement. To see an object sinking may suggest that we are about to lose something we value. A sink as a […]
To be sinking in a dream suggests a loss of confidence. We may be unhappy at something we have done, and feel hampered by the circumstances around us. We may feel we are losing ground within a relationship or situation. To see someone else sinking would suggest we are aware of a difficulty that perhaps […]
-With the head above water, success; the head under water, denotes misfortune; to sink forecasts ruin (Raphael).
To dream of sharks, denotes formidable enemies. To see a shark pursuing and attacking you, denotes that unavoidable reverses will sink you into dispondent foreboding. To see them sporting in clear water, foretells that while you are basking in the sunshine of women and prosperity, jealousy is secretly, but surely, working you disquiet, and unhappy […]
(see Paralyzation) A situational dream that comes from sleeping awkwardly on a body part. Avoiding emotions by turning them off. Experiencing so great a shock that the reality of a situation doesn’t immediately sink in, leaving you feeling numb and out of touch.