What are coma dreams about?
This symbol is identified by words like coma.
Comas in dreams is a very rare dream symbol, occuring in about 0.2% of dreams. That's about 1 out of every 500 dreams.
What are the major highlights of coma dreams?
Comas is a negatively interconnected dream symbol. Having comas in a dream reduces the presence of other dream symbols.
Coma dreams are associated with lucid dreaming
Dreams of comas are much more related to lucid dreaming than all other dream symbols. Lucid dreams are dreams in which you are aware that you are dreaming. Of course, not all dreams of comas are lucid dreams. But dreams of comas are more related to lucid dreams than 90% of all other dream symbols. Other symbols that are like this include imagining, large celestial bodies, souls, brains, Gandalf, orange eyes, Joe Biden, haziness, harvests, and flying.
What symbols more present in dreams of comas?
Coma dreams are notable because they have substantially more dream events, dream within a dream, Ethiopia, hospitals, unconscious minds, car crashes, waking, time travel, Croatia, nurses, calendars, doctors, caesarean sections, long times, seeing a dead friend, the future, cancer, paramedic, surgery, Indonesia, crying, crashes, welcoming, grim reapers, dying, instagram, nose bleeds, desks, social media, snapchat, social media, lost, Peru, therapists, opened my eyes, accepting, taking a test, general family, overdoses, drugs, computers, Philippines, x-rays, socks, general movement, best friends, capturing, China, communicating, boars, injecting, losing control, kidnapping, princesses, ribs, voice, trucks, apocalypses, elbows, Vietnam, and testicles than 95% of other dream symbols.
What symbols less present in dreams of comas?
Coma dreams are notable because they have substantially less following, robbing, cutting, clean, flying, creeping and crawling, hiding, balconies, eating, yards, large gatherings, cats, hugeness, recurring dreams, cartoons, flirting, ugliness, toys, mazes, caves, libraries, guilty, gray, underground, dragons, dirty, dead bodies, childhood homes, animals, elderly people, nightmares, and break ups than 95% of other dream symbols.
How does the dream symbol of comas affect the different aspects of a dream?
Explore different elements related to dreams of comas
Who is in comas dreams?
Overall, dreams with comas are less related to characters in dreams. Specifically, dreams of comas are more related to close people, more related to family, and more related to romantic partners than dreams in general. They are much less related to animals, less related to insects, and less related to fantastic beings.
What are the emotions in comas dreams?
Overall, dreams with comas are aren't really related to emotions in dreams. Specifically, dreams of comas are much more related to sadness, much more related to grief and sorrow, and much more related to confusion than dreams in general. They are less related to happiness, less related to embarrassment, and less related to fun.
Grief and sorrow
Who is in comas dreams?
Overall, dreams with comas are less related to places in dreams. Specifically, dreams of comas are more related to human places and more related to magical places than dreams in general. They are less related to home and less related to natural places.
What happens in comas dreams?
Overall, dreams with comas are much more related to events in dreams. Specifically, dreams of comas are less related to aggressive interactions, less related to friendly interactions, and less related to sex.
How do comas in dreams related to other dream phenomenon?
Overall, dreams with comas are much more related to dream events in dreams. Specifically, dreams of comas are much more related to lucid dreams, more related to sleep paralysis, and much more related to sleeping than dreams in general. They are less related to nightmares, less related to recurring dreams, and less related to recurring nightmares.
How do comas in dreams related the senses?
How can you make sense of comas in dreams?
Coma dreams are very rare. Among other things coma dreams are negatively interconnected and are associated with lucid dreaming.
Do you think this is true for your dream of comas? How might your dream of comas be different?
All dreams have meaning
You can gain insight from thinking about any dream, no matter how strange. Only you, as the dreamer, have final say on what your dream may or may not mean. Each dream is unique.
Look for the differences
The DreamWell dictionary provides information on how each dream symbol appears in dreams in general. Finding how experience comas in dreams can be a key to understanding its meaning.
Return to the feelings
Our emotions in dreams can help us understand its meaning. Pay attention to how you felt in the dream. Pay attention to how you feel about comas in dreams. See how you feel about comas now, in your waking life.
What are possible meanings for dreams of comas?
Dreaming about being in a coma can symbolize being “dead to the world,” or dead inside.
It can be a way of saying you have been withdrawn or out of circulation.
For example, a mother of a young child dreams she awakens from a coma at a hospital. She looks and feels the way she did before having a baby. The dream reflects the fact that her baby had grown more self-sufficient, freeing mom to have more time for other things. For many months, she only had time to care for her newborn. Waking from a coma means she feels renewed.
Coma can mean out of touch, lines of communication are shut down, a person is distant or unresponsive. For example, you dream about a friend being in a coma, and it means you aren’t reaching the person on an emotional or personal level. The person is alive in the physical sense but unresponsive in the deeper sense. See: Zombies
Awakening from a coma is a great metaphor for becoming alive inside, or coming out of a depression, personal funk, or time of withdrawal.
For example, a young man dreams he’s been in a coma for a year and recently awakened. He goes on Facebook and reads the conversations his friends had about him while he was “out of it.” It’s a way of saying he recently came out of a year-long funk, withdrawn from friends, and started being social again.
Coming out of coma can symbolize a spiritual awakening.
This interpretation is from ""The Dream Interpretation Dictionary: Symbols, Signs, and Meanings" and is provided by J.M. DeBord aka "RadOwl". He is the author of several acclaimed books about dreaming, the host of The Dreams That Shape Us podcast, and is a moderator of r/Dreams, one of the largest dream sharing communities on the internet.
Examples of dreams of comas
Read some real dream reports of coma dreams.. These real life dream reports come from the moderated dream sharing communities of Reddit including r/Dreams, r/Nightmares, r/DreamInterpretation, or r/thisdreamihad. Please note that some of these may contain graphic, sexual, or violent images and text. Use the source link for each dream to view and join the discussion of each one.
Strange dream about leaving my body
Had a dream earlier today while i was napping where i was asleep but i was thinking to myself what if im in a coma? so i tried to wake up. I felt my self lift up i could feel my shoulder muscles lifting my body but i could also feel myself laying down asleep? the weird sensation woke me up but i fell back asleep and the dream continued the only thing that was left were my legs i felt one leg step out and then the next and then i stood up but i knew my body was laying there the realization that i wasnt in my body woke me up. Analysis welcome.
Had a dream earlier today while i was napping where i was asleep but i was thinking to myself what if im in a coma? so i tried to wake up. I felt my self lift...
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Couldn't tell if I was dreaming?...Indistinguishable from reality? What does this mean?
I will start off by saying that I get 9 hours of sleep every night I haven't been doing many drugs. I've smoked week in the past month maybe once. Generally don't have a issue falling asleep or going to bed. Also sorry for the long post.
I recently had this very surreal dream experience. I was on vacation with a bunch of people who I think were my friends in what appeared to be tropical possibly Indonesia or Vietnam? We got off the plane drove to where we were staying near the water. I remember it being cloudy and having great conversations over dinners, driving to the beach in a open top jeep. Everyone who I was with was older than me (I'm 24) 50-60.
When I went back to my room that night I was very lonely and started to feel a little bit manic because I was drunk. I ripped everything out of my suitcase because I couldn't find my toothbrush. Suddenly I had this urge to escape the dream and realized this was not reality and I was asleep. But when I tried to escape, I couldn't. I don't know what came over me. I just couldn't wake up. I was on the verge of accepting that this was my new reality and I possibly had been in a coma for most of my life. I tried one last time and woke up VIOLENTLY.
I am still in shock, I can't tell if this is because I was really tired and I lucid dreamed?? But I had never had a dream so CRYSTAL clear... like.. I don't think I could've told the difference between this world and my dream world.
Before this I had been meditating and trying to do shadow work to release some tension I've had in my life. I recently have been trying to learn tarot as well. I don't know if this was a message or even how to interpret this because of its life like nature. Has anyone experienced something similar? Or have a reasoning behind this? Thanks!
I will start off by saying that I get 9 hours of sleep every night I haven't been doing many drugs. I've smoked week in the past month maybe once. Generally...
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Longing for an imaginary family?
Last night I experienced an usual “sleep paralysis” episode. Sleep paralysis is very common for me, as it probably happens once a week, but last night it was different. Normally, I’ll see where I actually am during my sleep paralysis episodes, but last night I was in a completely different place. I was “awoken” to find someone sitting on a couch by me. He got extremely excited and said, “hey, you’re finally awake. Let me go tell everyone.”, then he left and came back with several people that were all so happy that I was awake. I had no idea what was going on and none of the faces were familiar. I noticed I was having trouble breathing and one of the gentlemen informed me that I had been shot in the lung and I had been in a coma for several months. He told me my family would be so happy to know I was finally awake. I had an unusual longing for my husband and children and I could see their faces. As he lead me to see my family, I woke up. I finally got back to sleep, but I woke up this morning feeling like I was missing something from my life.
A little back story about myself:
I’m 23, not married and no kids. (I have a boyfriend, but he wasn’t who I saw in my dream). I have experienced sleep paralysis my entire life, to the point I’ve learned to identify when I’m dreaming and calm myself until I wake up.
Does anyone have any interpretations for this?
Last night I experienced an usual “sleep paralysis” episode. Sleep paralysis is very common for me, as it probably happens once a week, but last night it was...
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I had a sad dream this morning
I had a dream that i could see the spirits of suicidal people. I was in a coma in a hospital and i was wanting to commit suicide because i felt i was being a huge burden to my family. I was practicing jumping out of a window of an old mans room right next to mine, i could also see the old man’s spirit who was also in a coma, his spirit was planning on taking a knife and slittin his neck. His son was in the room, apparently he could see spirits because he smiled at me. The old man said “he likes to become friends with the ghosts” at some point i became bored of practicing my jump, so i wandered out into the street. I saw more spirits, i saw Marylin Monroe (super random) and she was crying outside of a bar. I wandered into the mall where a family was going up the escalator. I saw a man look through me and do a double take and say “Grandma?” I immediately felt very sad because i could feel his grandma behind me and i knew she had committed suicide too. The dream ended suddenly but i woke up in tears because when i was practicing jumping out of the window i would begin humming my daughter’s favorite song. And it just brings tears to my eyes to even think of leaving her behind
I had a dream that i could see the spirits of suicidal people. I was in a coma in a hospital and i was wanting to commit suicide because i felt i was being a...
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I feel into a year and a half coma
I had a dream to where I fell into a year and I half coma and when I woke up I had to slowly readjust to life slowly, the dream was really damn realistic as in the dream it was mid-fall in October and there was no dream bullshit it felt like real life. Even when I opened Instagram in my dream it felt real besides some of the names being slightly different. A few things that were wrong in the dream is that in the dream I was a Highschool Sophmore and not a Highschool Senior and how my school was a combination of my old school and a skyscraper. Also I noticed that I was fairly non existent in the dream because during the dream it seemed like everyone just forgot I even existed and moved on with life, even when I came back. Still sitting here wondering an hour later about that dream.
I had a dream to where I fell into a year and I half coma and when I woke up I had to slowly readjust to life slowly, the dream was really damn realistic as in...
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