Oxygen Dream Symbol


Oxygen – Dreaming about oxygen is a symbol of the element we most need to sustain life. If you dream that you are not getting enough oxygen when you breathe, or that you cannot breathe oxygen, this indicates that you lack something in your life which you need to survive and thrive. You may not be getting enough affection in your relationships, or you may be floundering at your job and not know how to succeed.

Of course, it is also possible that you are physically having a hard time breathing in your dream. You may be suffering from sleep apnea, or it may be that your bedroom becomes very stuffy at night with low levels of oxygen. Try opening a window to get more oxygen into the room, and if you find yourself waking up exhausted and unrested, you may need to be evaluated for sleep apnea.

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  1. I dreamed of being in space (on the moon) and not getting enough oxygen… Listen so, it was really weird… And, I don’t even remember stepping my freaking foot on the moon nor anything about space. What I only know is that I stepped foot there, it’s really weird…
    I also had troubles in breathing (SN. I’m not in a relationship, I’m only 12 years old + I don’t have a job, I only have school. And I’m great in school, so what could this be about?)

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