The meaning of sleeping in dream | Dream Interpretation
(1) What is sleeping in the dream may be some part of you that needs to be activated, brought out of your unconscious and given unemployment in your waking life.
(2) It may be symbolic of a peaceful, tranquil state in w hich you are at one with your true self and inner awareness takes the place of sensor)’ reactions to the external world.
Not being aware, avoidance of feeling or looking at something, surrender of waking self. Idioms: lose sleep over, sleep around; put it to sleep; sleep in; sleeping panner; sleep like a log, let sleeping dogs lie; sleep off; sleep on something; sleep together, sleep with; sleep rough.
Being asleep in a dream may comment that you are unconscious of the facts in a situation. It may mention that you are out of touch.
Sleeping during a dream may be symbolic of peace or rest from troubles in your life, Prov.19:23. Sleeping while others are working is symbolic of shame, poverty, and unwise behavior, Prov. 10:5
Sleep is a state of consciousness that is below the waking state. To be sleeping or to dream of someone being asleep in a dream first and foremost relates to the way in which consciousness is experienced in layers. This is not dissimilar to the notion of a dream within a dream, but it also connects to the idea of “being asleep” as a synonym of being less than consciously aware of things. Where are you missing key things about your life because you are asleep to the awareness you could be having? If someone is sleeping in your dream, there is a part of you that needs to be woken up.
If it is you who is asleep, the same applies, only in a more general way—it’s time to wake up to more awareness or action.
Dreaming of sleeping may indicate that the dreamer’s life is peaceful. Alternatively, it may mean the dreamer is not fully aware of conditions and needs to “wake up and smell the coffee.”
If you dream that you are sleeping, you are experiencing a peaceful period in your life.
1. Peace of mind.
2. Not fully aware of something.
3. The awareness of trying to ﬁnd the answer to something by dreaming.
Looking at yourself asleep in dreams reflects a lack of attention on the activities that you carry out during wakefulness.
If in your dream you struggle to wake up it is a warning that you are not complying with commitments you have taken on and want to escape reality. From a philosophical point of view, this dream represents human nature; being asleep is ignorance; waking up is tantamount to understanding the reality around us.
In these cases, the concept of “astral travel” is referred. It means that you have abandoned your bodies and you are looking at it lying in bed.