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Tsunami

A tsunami can indicate a tremendous and fundamental change in you. Most people now know that tsunamis are caused by massive earth changes under the sea. These changes are part of the natural order, and often show themselves to people in their dreams. So they can be understood as an expression of our personal adaptation to enormous changes. They can wash away most of the beliefs, social structures we have built or held onto as important. Yet if we are not afraid of change and the forces that we are actually involved in, then we can find enormous power and force within us.

Remember that tsunamis are dangerous in waking life, but are the expression of your inner life in dreams. They are not dangerous and need not be avoided or run from while asleep. Meeting a tsunami is saying that some tremendous change has happened deep in you and in the world. Tsunamis are caused by earthquakes on the sea bed. So many people are dreaming about them at the moment because of the enormous change going on around us and within us. So learn to face them without fear and be ready to meet change in your life and in your family.

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-Jess 2012-02-17 1:38:54

I am personally going through some extremely life-changing moments. They are stressing me out to my wits end and at times I feel hopeless. Learning to face the tsunami’s in my dreams would be very difficult for me as I am fearful of the ocean in my conscious life. Something about large bodies of water freaks me out. I’m more of a “bird”, if you will. I love to fly. Love heights. But deep water, I don’t do. Fear of the unknown in the ocean, I don’t do. Any suggestions as to how I could face the tsunami head-on? I wonder what that’s like in a dream, to have a tsunami crash down on you?

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    -Tony Crisp 2012-02-17 9:29:32

    Jess – If you watch yourself you will notice that whatever you think about you have a feeling reaction to. Obviously it is noticeable in regard to big stretches of water. And dreams are only your feeling reactions put into images and drama. Maybe I am simplifying a little, but it is generally true. And nearly all reactions are habits, and the trick of shifting them is to start a new habit.

    Also you need to realise that there is a huge difference between your ‘conscious life’ and your dream life. And to save me writing it all out again, will you please read http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/dream-yoga/ and http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/what-we-need-to-remember-about-dreaming/

    So to break a habit we need to practice entering a dream in imagination. Here is something to do that can help you to learn. To understand what is being explained, one must sit without dis¬traction and with closed eyes and imaginatively enter into driving a car. As you imagine this, see yourself driving down a very steep hill, with a steep drop on the left. As the car goes down and down, the bends in the road swing this way and that, and suddenly a bend comes up and the car is going too fast to make it. There is a terrible slope, and the car goes right over the edge.

    Now what did you feel or do when the car goes over the edge? Note carefully what happened, then read on.

    Now I want you to do the whole thing again. But this time, as the car goes off the edge of the road to smash down the hill, you must try to make it simply fly up into the air gracefully and land safely lower down the road. Try this before reading on.

    You may not have been able to control the car once it went over the edge of the road. It either crashed, or you could only slow it down. If you could control it then it shows a high degree of direction of your images and you are changing a habitual reaction. Our fear of crashing is involved, it takes hold of the image and crashes it! In other words, because we cannot master our fear of crashing, it controls the image we have produced. Having realised this, we can then learn to face fear and move the image where we wish, until another fear or desire is involved. And all we have done is to play with images – dreams!

    The tremendous meaning and possibilities of that are amazing. Through the manipula¬tion or observance of our own images, we can discover, trace, change our own innermost processes.

    That is one of the great wonders behind out dreaming, it displays our fear and wonder, and if we use it we can change our whole reaction to fear. So try it with a tsunami crashing down on you till you can feel all that wonderful energy.

    Tony

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-Michelle 2012-12-02 9:59:17

I have had many tsunami dreams lately but last nights one had a twist. This tsunami people were either escaping from or waiting for around Wellington city and Oriental Bay. And when it came in sight, instead of water, it was a wave of pine trees coming across the land. Once it passed through, people either died but didn’t know it because they continued to exist in another dimension–although the same place. Or they entered a real existence. Kind of like the blue/red pill of the matrix. But it was a better, calmer life. Still the fear was terrifying. And wanting to be with a boyfriend when it happened was extremely important. Only to find that actually he wanted to live in the fantasy life that wasn’t real after it passed through. Different to what I wanted. Phew!

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-Bonnie 2013-01-29 3:12:14

Thank you for this dream dictionary. I dreamed about a tsunami last night and it left me recovering for about an hour in the morning. I feel better now reading this. It makes sense. I had the same lesser water/flood dream about a week after a body talk session I participated in and this dream comes about a week after a recent session as well.

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-tamara 2013-03-18 10:25:55

i had a dream last night a tsunami was coming at me i have had many dreams like that but this one was different. Not only i controlled the tsunami but I flew over it trying to hang on to the tall trees and something that look like a tall flat bush. I woke up feeling different. Although i have sinned and have been going through some very hard times..I feel like everything will be okay in time

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-kidest 2013-10-10 7:20:14

I often dream about Tsunami and i always escape by running or climbing a tall tree but when i woke up i always had sort breath and that’s start my panic attack :(

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    -jannifer 2013-11-12 17:31:12

    Thank you for the tsunami dream Dictionary this really makes alot of sence im always dreaming about stunami and finding myself trying to make a run for it with a bunch of people to the highest ground and than realizing that i have some loved ones on the low ends and I make my way back down to help them to safety but then I get tossed around by the high rising water than every thing ceases and every thing is fine. I guess your right I am going through changes and this time there are major change that is about to happen in my life soon.

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    -cLAU 2013-12-06 2:30:46

    I CAN RELATE TO WHAT U SAY, I HAVE TSUNAMI DREAMS SO OFTEN LATELY IT IS VERY DISTURBING BECAUSE I SUFFER FROM PANIC ATTACKS AND WHEN I WAKE UP FROM THE TSUNAMI DREAMS I FEEL VERY ANXIOUS …IT SUCKS

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-Laura 2014-01-19 19:08:56

I had a dream about a tsunami about two nights ago. I remember taking most of my family but as the waters started to come back to normal my family started appearing. I would find them around boxes or just under boats. I was very happy when I recover my son. I lost a couple of cousins (that I honestly don’t even have contact with) but I was scare that maybe it means something very bad is going to happen.
I have had a lot of changes (personally) I don’t feel the same as I used to and at work I’m just not happy. I have my 1 month notice and just waiting for the change. Don’t know what is to come but I just hope is something good.

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-LaCarlous Jackson 2014-02-21 13:41:54

I had dream The most devastated The most powerful dream ever call Tsunami and The Tsunami had killed alot of people’s even people shooting themselves in The head themselves cause they not ready for The change that I feel it was Man made weather…Every 5 ,6 mins here comes another tsunami..it had happens all over The world when I had came home before all of this took place my mom were telling me get ready for a water leak…. I didn’t think twice I just kept walking…. And that’s when everything starten to happen… The last tsunami was huge with Ice!.And after that everything went bk to normal…The sun was rising up and the city’s that.were suppose to be 1000 mile’s away were close by like 5mins away like The earth had shifted…

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-Elizabeth 2014-03-19 6:51:56

So I’ve had dreams about there Being a Huge Tsunami And I was being rushed into a Safe room. There was tons of glass as walls and Light brown wood. I feared The Tsunami would Break The Glass and kill me. Little did I Know the glass was unbreakable and the tsunami Didn’t Last Long or flood The Streets much. Once the tsunami was over I walked outside and the Sun was shining brighter than ever. The place I was Hidin in was almost Like the Tip of a boat(pointy edge but made of glass and the sides Straight)

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-Monica 2014-07-28 23:40:33

I have been enduring a significant change not by choice in my life which I’m trying to move on from. It is understanding that I drempt of a tidal wave. But my question is, in my dream I saw the water coming up to the window and I raced to the stairs to get to the roof of the building I was in.
As I got to an upper floor, I saw the water rising at my feet and I realized that it was higher than the water outside so I started kicking the windows in to let the water out. It worked and the water subsided.
I’m thinking the wave is my anger welling up inside of me feeling overwhelmed and me kicking the windows was my action of letting go? What do you think? Me trudging through the water is me having to struggle with it?

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-Leanda 2014-07-29 10:19:25

I had a tsunami dream. This interpretation is very true. God has blessed me to start a business. That I’m excited about. Just completed my website yesterday and got my new business cards a few weeks ago. I’m so ready and proud of myself.

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    -Tony Crisp 2014-08-03 11:47:05

    Leanda – Well, I rejoice with you, because you have courage to face the new and deal with it. Let me know what your website is.

    Tony

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