2. Trying to be “cool.” ... sports car dream meaning
If you dream that you are excelling in this sport, then you have a degree of mastery over your feelings and emotions.
If you dream that you are not doing well at this sport, then you are working toward emotional understanding, but you still feel at their effect. See Surfing.... water sports dream meaning
To dream that you are watching a curling competition, represents two opposing viewpoints or conflicting opinions.... curling (the sport) dream meaning
A dream of performing on an athletics track may refer to how you feel your performance rates when compared with others in waking life. Are you way ahead of the rest or struggling to keep in the race? Whether you were performing the high jump or throwing a javelin or taking part in a relay in your dream, if you were powerful and successful, your unconscious may have been indicating how successfully and rapidly you are advancing in waking life towards achieving your goals. Dreams that feature running, cycling, skiing and skating may also be commenting on your progress, or lack of it, in waking life. For example, if you dreamed of putting on a pair of skating boots, perhaps your unconscious is urging you to put your skates on and make an extra effort; or perhaps you need to be aware of the metaphorical phrase,‘skating on thin ice’.
If you dreamed of cycling or running down a bumpy road, have you hit a difficult patch in waking life? If you dreamed of skiing down a piste and tumbling headlong down the slope, are you in danger of losing control in waking life? Going down a mountain is a classic Freudian symbol of sexual intercourse but with the added thrills and anxiety implied by skiing. For Jungians, dreams of yachting or regattas may suggest exploration of the unconscious. For Freudians, such dreams recall memories and longings for the mother’s womb.... sporting activity dream meaning
Dreaming Lens: What was the victory in the dream? Was there an adversary? If so, who were they? Did you win at a cost and, if so, what did you have to sacrifice to win? Was there a lack of integrity involved in winning? How did it feel to be the victor?
Personal Focus: A game or contest divides the participants into two categories: winners and losers. From many perspectives, winning is the entire point of engaging in competition because of the wonderful sensation that accompanies victory. Losing can be both humiliating and frustrating, often bringing out the worst in people. There is an old adage, ‚Äúit is not important whether you win or lose, but how you play the game that counts.‚Äù This wisdom is not always honored in our aggressive society, and an individual‚Äôs response to winning or losing can reveal a great deal about his or her moral and ethical makeup.
Life is very much like a game. Any competitive event in a dream may be symbolic of the game of life. Games of strategy, like chess, represent areas of life that require a tactical approach. Cards and other games of chance rely on luck and highlight how you are handling what life may be currently dealing you. Anything involving mental activity is symbolic of your intellect, while physical contact implies a connection with your emotions and your bodily functions. Something violent, such as a wartime battle, might indicate a more intense inner conflict, where winning represents a high stakes victory for you.
Winning in a dream is either compensating for feeling beaten down by some area of life or celebrating an accomplishment. If choosing one interpretation over the other is not obvious by your current situation, examine the emotional content of the dream for clues. Anxiety is an indication that your unconscious is expressing conflict and a desire to have it resolved.... victory/winning dream meaning