Labyrinth Dream Symbol


Labyrinth – The labyrinth is representative of the great maze of life. In most of its manifestations, the labyrinth is not solved inside your dream. This is simply an expression of your uncertainty of where life is taking you. If you have a strong need for control over your life, dreaming about the labyrinth can be a very emotional experience that fills you with panic and fear.

However, the labyrinth is meant to get lost in. Yes, there are unnamable dangers and countless ways to lose yourself. However, this is a representation of life itself, where the dangers are no less real. The message of the labyrinth is to simply enjoy life while you are in it and not worry too much about figuring anything out.

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  1. I keep having labyrinth dreams. For awhile they were always related to a previous job and company I worked for. I would leave my desk to go do something – and the next thing you know I was spending hours trying to get back to my desk because I took a wrong turn somewhere. The first set of these I found myself lost in a giant casino/game room/pool hall like setting. I got to where I could almost recognize the way out, then the dreams stopped. They started again, only I was at a new job – not one I could identify too. This labyrinth is different. It is like an indoor flea market of foods and packaged delicacies. Not as much panic as the first set of dreams – but same scenario.

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