abduction

The meaning of Abduction in dream | Dream interpretation


Being abducted in a dream means you will triumph against any odds or obstacles, whether business or social.

If someone else is abducted in your dream, it means unexpected news is coming your way.

Tryskelion Dream Interpretation | Pagan - Anonymous

To dream you are being abducted indicates success against opposition whether business or social.

If you dreamed someone else was being abducted, then you will soon get unexpected news.

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams | Stearn Robinson - Tom Corbett

You will be successful in your plans if you dream of being carried off by force.

The Complete Dream Book | Gillian Holloway

Dreaming that you are victims of abduction signifies that you should quickly mobilize yourself if you do not want to be trapped in distressing situations that will limit your liberty to make decision. The dream could also be warning you of someone (possibly your dream abductor, which could also symbolize a part of your personality) systematically imposing their expectations on you. You have to try to fix the most pressing problems instead of lamenting in silence. The key is not to permit others to decide for you.

The Big Dictionary of Dreams | Martha Clarke

To dream you are being abducted indicates success against opposition whether business or social.

If you dreamed someone else was being abducted, then you will soon get unexpected news.

The Bedside Dream Dictionary | Silvana Amar

Dreams of abduction symbolize a fear of being carried away and influenced in a way that could be harmful to you. Perhaps you are processing through feelings of overwhelm or of being over-powered by someone in your life.

If you dream that you are the abductor, then this dream reflects your desire to control a person or situation in your life. See Kidnap.

Strangest Dream Explanations | Dream Explanations - Anonymous

1. Under the control of someone else, or circumstances.

2. Generally feeling powerless in the face of obstacles.

3. Watch­ing someone get abducted may also indicate the dreamer, and the meanings above would apply.

New American Dream Dictionary | Joan Seaman - Tom Philbin

Repressed urges, similar to Bomb, Attack, Surf, Explosion and Electricity, Defloration, Flames, Violence, Greed, Harem, Skin Rash, Wire (High-Voltage), and Hooker / Prostitute, Longing to be rescued from a situation, but the strength to do something is missing.

Folklore: Your own circumstances will improve noticeably.

Little Giant Encyclopedia | Klaus Vollmar

A dream about being abducted strongly indicates success for you against most opposition whether business or social.

If you witness someone being abducted in your dreams then you can expect to get some unexpected news.

Encyclopedia of Dreams | Michael and Elizabeth Thiessen

To dream about being abducted means that your situation, or some person, controls you.

To dream about seeing someone being abducted means that unexpected news is coming.

Dream Symbols and Analysis | DreamForth

A warning, though the abduction may be figurative; research details

Dream Dictionary Unlimited | Margaret Hamilton


Dream Interpretation Of Abduction | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Abduction


KIDNAPPING

The main theme in abduction dreams is fear.

The dreamer may be afraid of losing a very important part of himself or of losing his safest and most familiar surroundings. Also, the dreamer may be afraid of leaving his home, childhood, familiar support group, or long standing ideas. These type of dreams may be most prevalent during times of psychological or physical transition and during stressful times of life when the future is somewhat uncertain. Consider the details of your dream and try to isolate or identify the fear that created the dream. Please refer to the page called Your Dreams and My Dreams in order to obtain a general understanding of how dreams could be interpreted. Superstition based dream interpretation books say that dreaming about being kidnapped is really an omen and that you will receive unexpected news and be successful against your opposition.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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ASSAULTS / ATTACKS OF ILLNESS

Breaking out of what is considered the norm. Repressed drives. See Termination, Surf, Fire, Electricity, Abduction, Defloration, Flames, Violence, Greed, Harem, Skin Rash, Wire (High-Voltage), and Prostitute. In the form of ecstasy, it has a sexual meaning.

If your dreams are about severe seizures (particularly when specific organs are involved), consider seeing a psychologist.

ASTROLOGY: Cosmic connectedness, ancient and profound wisdom, or superstition, relinquishing responsibility for oneself. Search for one’s own star.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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EXPLOSION

Emotional outburst, intense (inner) conflict. Repressed urges, as in Electricity, Attack, Surf, Abduction, Defloration* You really should allow yourself to “explode” now and then! It is important to look at what is exploding, and what form the explosion takes.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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UFO

(see Astronaut, Space Spaceship, Stars)

An unexplored, unrecognized, or unexpected aspect of yourself, brought out by a specific situation or relationship.

Possibly an alternative flying dream, especially if the ground is seen from the 11 ()’s perspective, or if you are inside the UFO.

A potential abduction memory. Many people claim to have been taken aboard UFOs for examination and experimentation, and often remember these experiences through dreams. Tremendous caution is issued here—the amount of public attention given to this topic can create false impressions that leak into the conscious mind during sleep.

A message from the Universal Mind, often pertaining to brotherhood and oneness among all Earths people. Look to the rest of the dream for more insight.... The Language of Dreams

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The Language of Dreams

ABDUCT

Abduction in a spiritual sense suggests being taken over by a force that cannot be contained and there is a stage in development where your dreams reflect the awareness of a spiritual force far greater than anything you have ever known. Many people believe that they have been abducted by aliens, and are radically changed by their perception of the experience. You may find it helpful to read the entries for alien, hostage, jailer, kidnap and prison.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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ABDUCT

Psychological / emotional perspective: Abduction signifies being taken away against our will, forced to do something that goes against the grain.

The two aspects of victimization and vulnerability come together in an act of abduction, reflecting an element of powerlessness in everyday life.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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ABDUCT

Material aspects: If we appear to be the victim of abduction in dreams, we usually have an issue with authority, whether that is in a work situation or in our personal lives. It may be helpful to explore such difficulties to be free of the vulnerability this brings.

If we ourselves are doing the abducting we should explore our need for control.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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ABDUCT

Gives gender - specific: Often in an intense relationship there is a sense of being overcome.

For a woman this may result in dreams of abduction whereas a man is more likely to actually play the part of the ‘knight in shining armour’.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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WOMAN, WRAPPED IN CARPET

Abduction/control of logic.... Expansions Dream Dictionary

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Expansions Dream Dictionary

ALIEN

Everyone in your dream is a part of your own consciousness, and an alien is a character aspect that is utterly foreign to you. This may connect to a higher, more spiritual side of you, but it could also be something that is new and different and therefore threatening. Your personal associations with outer space and aliens must feature in the interpretation you make of such a dream. Abduction by aliens might be revealing fears about unfamiliar territory or new environments in which you may be finding yourself.

The more fear you feel in the dream, the more frightened you may be of the changes that are occurring. On the other side of this equation, feeling an affinity toward an alien and actually wanting to make a connection may indicate a desire to break out of a constricting mold of sameness.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

UFO / ALIEN

Dreams of UFOs suggest personal growth. As the awareness of the infinity of possible person choices can be an overwhelming experience, your dreaming mind may express it as alien contact, UFO or an experience of extremely bright light. Such a dream also suggests that a new area of experience, or a new way of experiencing yourself, is emerging. A UFO dream may often come before significant life changes; you should consider what changes are occurring in the way you relate to people and events.

If an alien appears in your dream, this suggests feelings of being an outsider in a group or society. It may also represent something new and not previously experienced. In some cases, the alien may symbolize a meeting with an aspect of yourself that has great potential. A dream about alien abduction is generally considered to be nightmare; if the alien is benign, however, you may respond like an overawed child to an idolized parent in your dream.

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REM SLEEP

REM sleep is recognized by tiny twitches of facial muscles and slight movements of the hands. Blood pressure rises, breathing and heartbeat become faster, eyes dart rapidly around the eyelids under closed eyelids as if looking at a moving object and, if you are a man, you may have an erection. Researchers have discovered that when sleepers are awakened during REM sleep they typically say they have been dreaming. (You may also feel temporarily paralyzed if awakened during this stage, as if something malevolent is pressing down on you; this phenomenon can explain the supposed succubus, incubus and alien abduction experiences.)

Most of the dreams you remember occur during the REM stage when the brain is fully active. After about ten minutes of REM you enter stages two, three and four again, and keep moving backwards and forwards through the sleep cycle. As the cycle continues, however, the REM phase gets longer and longer with the longest phase being around thirty to forty-five minutes. Of all your dreams during all the stages of REM and NREM (it has recently been discovered that we can dream then too), the final REM stages are the ones you are most likely to remember.


How much sleep do we need?
We spend approximately one third of our life asleep. This means that by the time we reach the age of ninety 1 we have been asleep approximately thirty years. The exact amount of sleep each person needs depends on many factors, including age and activity levels during the day. Babies sleep for about fourteen hours a day, whilst teenagers need about nine hours on average. For most adults occupied physically and mentally during the day, eight hours a night appears to be the average amount of sleep needed, although some people may need as few as five, or as many as ten hours, of sleep each day. Older people tend to need around six hours sleep a night.

Because sleeping and dreaming are so crucial, your brain may sometimes demand the sleep it needs so that you don’t get into mental or physical overload. That’s why you may sometimes drop off for no apparent reason when you’re traveling by car or train, or watching TV.


Research on sleep-deprived animals shows that sleep is necessary for survival. For example, whilst rats normally live for two to three years, those deprived of REM sleep survive only about five weeks on average, and rats deprived of all sleep stages live only about three weeks. Other studies have shown that subjects repeatedly awoken during REM—which means they were deprived of dreams— become anxious, bad tempered and irritable. This suggests that sleep is vital for physical rest and repair, and REM sleep, when we are most likely to dream, is essential for our emotional well-being. Therefore, although we still aren’t sure about the whys, whats and hows of sleep and dreams, it’s possible to conclude that the reason we sleep is to dream.... Dreampedia

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