Falling in a dream is a very symbolic event. We go from a high to a low point, and as a general rule of thumb, when we fall in a dream it tends to point to some kind of setback in our lives.
If you recently dreamed you fell, there is a chance you may have recently felt like you failed a project in your daily life. Or did something perhaps take you by surprise in a not so positive way?
When something goes “wrong” in a dream, your higher self could be giving your conscious self a precautionary message. You may be going through a situation right now that requires a new strategy, or at least a new perspective. Sometimes dreams signal the direction our life is heading if we don’t do anything to change things around.
The good news about falling in a dream – is that you may actually get to experience the “worst case scenario!” Often in life we walk around feeling scared of what might happen. The fear of failure is often bigger than actually failing itself.
If we fall it’s not the end of the world. We get the chance to get back up again. Rising from a fall is a very empowering experience, and how we do it, is often the real test!
With Love & Gratitude,
Anna-Karin Bjorklund is a writer and dream expert based in Newport Beach, California. An intrepid world traveler, she has lived in five countries and loves exploring different cultures and connecting with people. Her latest book, The Dream Alchemist: A woman’s search for love, bliss and freedom across India, time and dreams, is a memoir based on a spiritual journey to India and the philosophical remnants of stepping into her power and finding the path of self-love. She is also the author of Dream Guidance: Interpret Your Dreams and Create the Life You Desire! Anna-Karin loves sharing her passion for dreams and personal growth with audiences near and far, and has made expert appearances on Fox & Friends, and the Steve Harvey TV Show on NBC, and been interviewed by Orange Coast Magazine, Women’s Running Magazine, Money Magazine, Daily Worth, Marie Claire UK and other media outlets.