Dream About Car Breaking Down

In the modern imagination, nothing represents freedom, personal space, and a sense of identity than a car. Not surprisingly, people have strong feelings when they dream about car breaking down.

In fact, a lot of people consider the car as a symbol of their personal dignity, honor, attainment, accomplishment, and capabilities. It is, after all, something that we use for moving forward, to get from one point to another, and to carry things so that we can move items, build stuff, and otherwise create something for ourselves in a new place after some time has passed.

Considering how important the car is to modern living, it’s no surprise that a lot of people base their identity on this symbol. It speaks volumes about who they are, who they’ve been, what they can be, and where they can and cannot go.

But when you dream about a broken-down car, it can have a dream interpretation of your hopes, wishes, and personal visions crashing down all around you. It’s as if you put in too much emotional investment on something that turned out to be a failure in the end.

Imagine seeing something that makes you feel so alive—and enables you to feel that you can make things happen—breaking down. For reasons you can’t explain, you can no longer do what you want to do.

With this growing awareness, you feel helpless. It’s as if a lot of your confidence and sense of security have been pulled out from under you. Pretty soon, this overwhelming feeling of hopelessness comes over you.

The good news is that the typical breaking-down car dream meaning is not what you think. In many cases, it’s your subconscious warning you about losing control you have over certain aspects of your everyday life.

If you’re like most people, and you’re able to make things happen and rack up a few accomplishments and achievements for yourself, it’s very easy to develop a sense of confidence. It’s as if, at the back of your head, you’re thinking that as long as you plan something that is similar to what you’ve done before, things will fall into place.

You can venture into unknown territory and feel assured that whatever you’re looking for is going to happen. That’s how confident you are of your own ability to create outcomes for yourself and your loved ones.

Imagine losing that sense of confidence.

A Broken-Down Car Dream Symbolizes a Wake-Up Call

The truth is: the only person that can limit you is yourself. Not your parents, not your boss, not some bully or failed relationship from the past—it’s you. Whatever you choose to believe will get in the way of your ability to achieve.

A car dream vision is a reflection of your personal capabilities or, at least, what you believe about yourself. Your mindset plays a big role in what you’re able to achieve with your life journey and how far you go.

In fact, a lot of your analogies for making slow progress, success, happiness, and a sense of completion take forms that are somehow related to cars and driving.

You have to pay attention to the dream symbol of your broken-down car.

Are you the driver? Or are you a passenger, and somebody else is at the wheel? This might seem like a small detail, but it speaks volumes regarding what you think is going wrong with your ambitions, grand personal visions, and ultimate life objectives.

Car Dreams Can Represent Being Caught Up in the Past

The image of driving a car and driving backwards in a dream means that you are revisiting your past.

Now, it’s really important to look back to where you’ve been. There’s an old saying: “the person who forgot where they came from will never get to where they want to go.”

It’s always a good idea to have a good understanding of your journey thus far. This gives you the proper perspective as to the kind of person you were, what kind of problems you had to overcome, as well as the human being that you have become.

But this doesn’t mean that you have to live in the past, nor does it mean that you respect the fire so much that you fall in love with the ashes. Instead, you understand the sacrifices, commitment, and open mind and heart you needed to get to where you are.

The more you look at things this way, the less likely you are going to feel that all of this is just some fluke made possible by some random throw of the dice. You start connecting the dots, and you begin to respect fate and how it played out in real life.

Otherwise, if you think that this is just one giant lottery, whatever misgivings you have and missteps that you know you’ve suffered from will probably repeat themselves.

When you keep seeing yourself driving a car, and it’s going backwards—maybe it’s in reverse or, for some weird reason, it just drives backwards—your issues from the past prevent you from moving on.

This can involve fear, lack of confidence, misplaced trust in the past, or just a distorted view of how things were that prevent you from doing what you need to do to get to where you want to go.

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Dream Interpretation of a Car Crash

A car crash dream symbolizes disappointment.

Has this ever happened to you? Back when you were in high school, you thought that once you get to college, you will be so much happier. Sure enough, you studied hard to get into the “right” college or university. What happened next?

You’re thinking about your “good life” after school. You say to yourself, “once I graduate and get my diploma, I’ll get a great corporate job, and I will be happy.” What happens when your dreams come true?

Well, it seems like you can’t sit still. Once you realize that you have achieved your vision, you’re thinking about getting married, finding the right person, and settling down. Once that happens, what do you think you’re focused on?

You’re thinking about kids, getting promoted, and on and on it goes. It’s as if you never really get to where you want to go.

This is a very common disappointment that many people share. The worst part is that it isn’t a disappointment at all. If you’re completely honest with yourself, a lot of the things that you planned out actually happened.

The reason why you’re disappointed about certain aspects of your own life is that they’re not as bright, as rewarding, or as happy as you imagined them to be.

So you see a car crash in the dream world—hearing screeching tires and time freezing to the point that you can see the airbag explode in your face. You can feel the impact from all around you, and it seemed that time screeched to a halt then sped up—only to be replaced by darkness.

Terrifying, to be sure. But this type of dream doesn’t mean what you think it means.

It points to your disappointments and the disconnect that your inner mind can feel between the brightness of your limitless dreams for yourself and your loved ones and where you actually ended up.

Sometimes, it can also resemble the biblical dream interpretation car accident. In Paradise Lost by John Milton, Satan says—in so many words—wherever he goes, hell goes with him.

It turns out that hell is not a place, nor is it some foregone conclusion with a fixed definition, a fixed time, and measurable dimensions. Instead, it’s locked away in Satan’s imagination. So wherever he is, hell inflicts its punishment because he carries it in his heart.

The same applies to your disappointments and frustration.

It’s not because these are objectively soul-crushing defeats, personal disasters, and humiliations. Instead, you give them that exact meaning.

When you feel that you’re not getting the kind of result that you have always desired and worked so hard for, who is measuring? Who is defining? Who is laying out the scene and setting up your expectations? You know who.

Sometimes, we set ourselves up for disappointment time and time again. Maybe we set the bar too high, or we compare ourselves to others who we know live completely different lives. They’re not necessarily better, but—in our minds—we are left behind.

So we put ourselves in this sad position that we’re always trying to catch up.

When you experience a very vivid vehicle crash dream, it can be a good sign. It can be your subconscious telling you that you’re chasing after shadows. You’re swimming after things that are fleeting.

And instead of imagining the kind of life that you insist you must have—or else you won’t give yourself permission to be happy—a car crash can kill a lot, if not all, dreams you have. With death comes stillness: a sobering realization that there’s nothing left.

The good news is that, sometimes, when you build a house that is so warped, so distorted, and so dangerous because of its unrealistic dimensions, when it burns down for whatever reason, it’s actually a good thing.

While the ashes can be disturbing, you can’t lose sight of the fact that you get to start again. Maybe this time, you lay the right foundation. Maybe this time around, you can set it up so that it has the right shape that fits how your life truly is.

A broken-down car or a car crash dream can mean that something is missing in your waking life, but it’s not the end of the world.

You can look at a car on hollow or cinder blocks—rusting away in a yard. Maybe there’s tall grass and weeds growing around it. It may seem like a sad version of abandoned dreams and disappointed hopes. That’s definitely one common interpretation.

But you can also see it as something that you can leave behind or something that you can work on to bring back to life.

It all depends on how you look at it. In other words, it depends on your attitude and the expectations that you set for yourself. A significant event in the past is exactly that—in the past.

Nobody can defeat you except yourself. Please understand that. See how this truth is reflected in the many dream symbols that your subconscious is throwing at you.

Depending on how the car crash happens in your dream, it can also mean that you are confused about what you really want out of your waking life.

You may be the type of person who relies more on “reckless behavior” to get yourself through whatever major occurrence taking place at any given moment. In this case, you focus only on the immediate circumstances and fail to look ahead.

On the other hand, you may be the type of person who puts in a lot of work, makes the necessary sacrifices, and achieves your objective. You find yourself “there” only to discover that there is no “there.”

You feel lonely—cheated even. It’s as if you played this elaborate trick on yourself, and you only have yourself to blame. You’re there, and you’re alone.

Maybe you copied other people. Maybe you allowed another person’s dream to somehow contaminate your life’s direction. Maybe you believed that you are living out somebody else’s frustrated dream.

When you do wake up to that reality, it has all the semblance and trappings of a nightmare because it is not something you really want to do. You are not your grandfather, nor are you your mother. But here you are, with an empty piece of paper, living in a palace filled with fool’s gold.

A car crash, as harrowing and possibly traumatizing as its images may seem, can be a wake-up call as to how you have made yourself a prisoner of your own out-sized and unrealistic expectations or a victim of others.

You may have felt, for so long, that you’re obligated to live your life a certain way when, in reality, it turns out that you don’t even own your life. You gave that up.

Now, those people are gone. And what do you have to show for all that time, trouble, and tears?

Common Dreams About Cars Breaking Down and What They Mean

Just like with any other type of dream interpretation, you have to focus properly, not just on the central theme or motif but also on the details from the background. Once you’re clear as to what the central theme is, these small details can shape the direction, depth, and overall dimension of the dream.

As traumatizing as cars breaking down may seem—especially in a very dark highway with all its shadows—its interpretation is not as one-sided as you may assume.

There are many situations where something that seems so forbidding and disastrous might actually be a positive thing.

To Dream About Losing Your Dream Car or Having Your Own Car Broken

When you’re dreaming about losing your dream car or your day-to-day car malfunctioning down, this is an indication that you are losing motivation and drive.

At the back of your mind, you’re thinking, “how many more disappointments can I take? It seems that no matter how hard I work and whatever plans I come up with, it seems that nothing pans out.”

Every single day, defeat and disappointment push you to wallow in frustration toward self-doubt. Pretty soon, you start losing faith in yourself and your ability to make things happen.

You start envying other people: “if they can do it, what’s stopping me? What’s wrong with me? Why can’t I get my act together? It seems that everybody else in this world is doing so much better than I am.”

But how are you measuring your “failure”? Also, where are your expectations in relation to the amount of effort, time, sacrifice, and focus you put into your projects?

In many cases, losing your dream vehicle just represents a lack of patience.

Let’s face it: we live in a world of instant gratification. Most people expect their pizza to be free if the delivery guy doesn’t show up on their doorstep in 15 minutes.

Not surprisingly, this impatience can seep down to the level of our dreams.

If You Are Dreaming of Your Car Breaking Down and Getting Into a Car Accident

If your dream consists of an image of your car suffering problems, breaking down, only to end up in a car accident, this probably means that you detect some sort of roadblock getting in the way of your hopes, wishes, and dreams.

Now, keep in mind that just because you see this analogy in your dream vision doesn’t necessarily mean that there is such a roadblock. It may not be the kind of obstacle you imagine it to be.

A lot of people get a sense of satisfaction and even comfort imagining that what prevents them from reaching their fullest potential or achieving their big goals are other people.

Maybe it’s your boss or somebody you don’t get along with. Maybe it’s even a sibling, a parent, or some other family member. But these are just comforting shadows that people often throw out there as convenient scapegoats.

Make no mistake; a lot of us get a tremendous sense of self-satisfaction when we point the finger at other people as to why we can’t achieve our dreams or why we’re feeling lost. “They are the reason.”

For example, if you’re having a tough time finding the right person, it’s so convenient to point to the first person you fell in love with. You can easily blame another person’s actions for setting in motion the way you emotionally respond to romance and how you deal with challenges in a romantic relationship.

You can easily play this game with yourself. But the problem is that until and unless you take ownership of how you have chosen to respond to certain issues and challenges in your life, nothing’s going to change.

You Hold the Keys to Your Life

What you are telling yourself and the universe when you continue to blame your parents, situations behind your birth, your past traumas, and relationships, as well as your past dealings with people in authority, is that they are the ones who have the actual, ultimate solution to your problems.

Think about it: logically speaking, if you can point the finger at somebody who you are convinced caused all your problems, then, by definition, they have the solution.

Here you are, the victim, just waiting for other people to get their act together and make you whole. Do you see how hopeless and helpless that makes you out to be?

When you see a dream vision of your car stalling or breaking down, leading to an accident, remember that your subconscious is telling you in that dream that you are too emotionally invested in blaming other people or escaping responsibility for your waking life.

This might just be the same symbol or dream imagery, given how emotionally traumatizing it could be, needed to finally wake you up in real life. What should you wake yourself up to? The concept of responsibility in life.

Believe me, I understand. Maybe you were abused when you were a kid. Maybe you had really traumatic past relationships in life. I’m not disputing that in any way.

What I am saying is that you need to reclaim your ability to respond to things. Stop looking at yourself as a person who can only react. You have a lot more control over who you have become in life and who you could be than you give yourself credit for.

This is called personal responsibility. You are able to respond to the universe.

An Accident Dream Involving Cars Reminds You to Shape Your Own Destiny

The good news is that when you choose your response based on how you’d like things to turn out, you start changing your world.

But if you refuse to move and change and would like to imagine your life as just some sort of accident involving a car—earlier in your existence up until now—playing out in slow motion on a big screen or in a dream, with you sitting back and taking it all in, nothing is going to change. Why?

You’re passive. You’ve imagined your life to be some sort of movie that’s just playing out in front of you with absolutely no input from you. You know that’s not true.

Whatever it is that you’re frustrated with in your life—and whatever it is that you’re struggling with on an emotional, financial, and relational level—it can be traced to your choices. You always have a choice. At the very least, you can choose how to interpret your past in such a way that you’re in control.

The best way you can control things is to say, “it stops with me. I chose my life. I chose to react this way, and it’s my own fault. I’ve had it. It’s going to stop. I choose a new direction. I take full ownership and responsibility for everything that has happened up to this point.”

Can you do it? Sadly, you have to, at some point. If you don’t, nothing’s going to change.

Dreaming of a Luxury Car Breaking Down

If you have a dream about yourself in a luxurious or new car worth a lot of money, and it starts to have engine trouble, or you can hear it clunking out, your subconscious is telling you in that dream that it’s concerned about your finances.

Maybe you spend way above your means. Maybe you don’t pay close attention to the interest and finance charges of your credit cards. Maybe you’re just the type of person who likes to shop for “emotional reasons.”

Whatever it may be, please pay more attention to your finances because they reflect your values in life and how you cope with reality.

You have to understand that most people don’t really need that much to survive on a day-to-day basis. Most people need basic food, shelter, warmth, clothing, water, and that’s pretty much it. Everything else is a luxury.

But most of us have defined necessities to the point where it contains quite a bit of luxury—and that’s perfectly fine. Everybody has to draw their own personal line.

When you see that same car that’s breaking down in your nighttime vision, your dream shows you an opportunity to revisit where you draw that line. Can you afford it? Maybe you need to come up with a different response to financial challenges.

Most people deal with financial tightness or being broke at the end of the month with a sense of desperation. They say to themselves, “how can I save money? How can I cut down on my expenses?” This is perfectly fine, and it’s a legitimate response.

But other people respond by trying to increase their income. In their minds, their expenses are not the problem. The challenge involves their income—obviously, it’s not enough to cover their expenses. Instead of automatically looking to cut down on their outflow, they start racking their brains and challenging their imagination to come up with ways to increase their income.

There is no right or wrong answer. But if the second answer seems interesting to you, please go ahead and explore it. Maybe you’re the type of person who can push yourself to a higher income level by racking up more debt since you buy the finer things in life.

There are several ways to motivate yourself. You can focus on just cutting back, or you can devote your energies and imagination to boosting your income. It’s up to you.

Dreams About a Car Ride and a Broken-Down Car Represent Gaining Control of Your Decisions

A car dream where you’re driving and you pass somebody who has a broken-down car means that you see yourself as in control of your life. This car dream meaning works in contrasts.

There you are in your dream: in your car, stepping on the gas, turning the wheel, and setting the direction of your vehicle. On the other hand, there’s another person who has a broken-down car. They’re at the mercy of the environment. Maybe they are in harm’s way, so you give them a ride.

What this car dream symbolizes is that you are confident about where your life is going. Maybe you’ve focused more on financial, relational, or even career issues, but your emotional state is still the same.

You feel that things are falling into place, and things are going well in your life. You have a tremendous amount of confidence. In fact, you are so confident with how well things are going that you don’t even think twice about helping somebody who is in a tough spot.

Dreaming About a Car Broken Into

If you experience the strangest dream about witnessing a car being broken into, you might want to take a step back and think about your relationships. They may not be in as good of a shape as you think.

That’s the problem with relationships: we always think that they’re going well.

A lot of the time, we’re busy with our duties, obligations, and responsibilities, so we just look at the broad outlines. And if we see the things that we’re looking for that indicate that things are going well, we don’t ask any deep questions. We’re too eager to move on and focus on something else “more important.”

Not surprisingly, our relationships start to crumble because we don’t look closely enough.

When you dream about a car being broken into, it can be very traumatic. Obviously, you don’t want that to happen to you. You witnessing it can upset you.

Use this car dream as a prompt to be more attentive or aware of the true state of your relationships. They might not be as healthy as you think.

Please understand that if you are a parent putting food on the table or making sure that your daughter goes to ballet classes or takes piano lessons, it’s not a stand-in for being a good father or mother. Nine times out of ten, children would rather have a hug than a new toy. Be present.

Now, I understand that you have your responsibilities and obligations. The key is that even if you can’t spend half your day with your children or your significant other, make whatever time you spend with them count. How?

It has to be all about them. Ask a lot of questions and truly listen. Explore the answers and pick up all the signals that they’re sending you. Remember, 90% of interpersonal communication is nonverbal.

If you dream of a car being broken into, your subconscious is picking up on these nonverbal signs and sending you a warning.

Dreaming of a Car Stolen Symbolizes Infidelity

If you dream that you had your car stolen, this can indicate that your subconscious is suspicious of your partner. Whether you have a girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, wife, or whatever else, you can’t help but feel alone.

Have you ever had your car stolen or towed? How did it feel when you walked to where you parked it?

At first, you were thinking to yourself, “maybe I didn’t park it here.” So you look around, try to get your bearings, and it dawns on you slowly: “I’m not lost. I know where I parked my car, and it’s not here anymore.”

Imagine that sense of panic. Remember how alone you felt. All these questions start flooding through your mind.

These are very similar to the process of being betrayed. The worst form, of course, involves sexual infidelity. But being lied to is the same. The only difference, really, is degree—not quality.

A dream about a stolen car depends highly on the context. Most of the time, your subconscious is telling you in that car dream that somebody very close to you is being unfaithful.

This doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re having sex behind your back with somebody else. It can mean that they are withholding things from you, talking behind your back, or being suspicious of you. In other words, whatever intimacy that you have had with that person is gone.

Remember, a car means so much to modern people. When you’re in your car, you are within a space that is all your own. It is a stand-in for your psyche.

When you share that space with somebody, it is an intimate connection. Imagine the car—the container of that intimate connection—disappearing.

You have to process this dream image correctly. You can’t jump to conclusions, nor should you allow yourself to be held hostage by your most irrational fears.

Please understand that, if anything, dreaming about yourself standing in an empty parking spot, realizing that your car has been stolen, means that you have to be completely honest with yourself. Don’t make this dream symbol about the other person.

I know it hurts to hear, but if you get cheated on, you have to ask yourself, “what did I do? How did I contribute to this? Did I give her everything that she needed? Was I really there for her? Or am I just playing games with myself?”

“Also, how did I treat her? Did I love her for being herself? Did I respect her and gave her enough space? Or did I put her on some sort of pedestal, and I only treated her like a queen because I imagined her to be somebody that I truly desired?”

You have to understand that people have this tendency to project their hopes, wishes, dreams, and visions on other people. When you do that, you are not in love—I’m sorry to say—nor are you being respectful to that person. What you’re doing is you’re using that person.

So when you experience in your dream the sinking feeling that your car has been stolen, it’s a tremendous opportunity to truly understand yourself as a loving organism.

How do you love? Do you love in a self-seeking way? Do you recast the members of the opposite sex into something that fits within your needs and self-image? And if they don’t somehow fit within that neat little bracket or box, you throw them away, or you recast them in your mind.

The worst relationship involves two people projecting their fantasies onto each other. They’re not in love with each other because they refuse to see each other as they truly are.

Instead, they only look at each other as extensions of their own needs, securities, failing, frustrations, and disappointments—not exactly a relationship made in heaven.

A stolen car in your dream can trigger this sense of deep and honest personal reappraisal of how you choose to love.

While it hurts, and it can lead to long-lasting trauma, sometimes, heartbreaks—just like a warped, distorted, hazardous building burning down—may be absolutely necessary.

What Does It Mean to Take Control of the Driver’s Seat of a Stolen Vehicle or Car in a Dream?

When you dream of finding yourself in a car being carjacked, this indicates internal turmoil.

You’re grappling with your trust issues. Car dreams like this also represent gaining control of how you personally define intimacy. It’s not going to be easy—and it’s often messy—but it’s absolutely necessary.

The good news is that the more you struggle for control of the driver’s seat so that you can steer the stolen vehicle or car, the more you are well on your way to moving past the shadow of your doubts and insecurities.

This is a positive development because you’re putting in the psychic and emotional effort to truly be honest with yourself as to the kind of relationships that you keep finding yourself.

What Does It Mean To Dream About Multiple Cars Breaking Down Simultaneously?

When you witness a dream scenery of several cars breaking down at the same time, it means that things happen for a reason. This car dream can mean that the universe and its blessings are lining up in such a way that you are about to benefit.

Many people consider this type of improbable car dream vision as an omen for the universe’s blessings and positive vibrations manifesting and prosperity heading your way.

Please understand that multiple cars breaking down at the same time in your dream means that things have to fall into place—at just the right time and in the right place. Does that sound familiar? It should. That’s how luck works.

You say the right things to the right people at the right time in the right location to bring about the things that you have hoped for.

On the other hand, when you notice that several cars are breaking down and people are looking at you in the dream, it means that you have to live up to the expectations of those closest to you. I’m talking about your family, especially your children.

It doesn’t matter what kind of fantasies you may have had for yourself when you were younger. You may have to sacrifice some of your dreams to be the breadwinner. This is part of growing up.

I know a lot of boys refuse to be men even after they’ve become fathers. But you’re going to have to have a talk with that inner boy that you have. Now that you are a father or a parent, you need to let go of youthful fantasies and dreams.

Now, this doesn’t mean that you have to completely abandon them. It just means that you have to reshape them so that they fit your reality.

If your dream was to play video games all day and every day, now that you have an infant, you might want to reshape that to an activity that you still enjoy but paves the way for a better and more secure material future for your family. This can mean writing, blogging, or even coding python script.

Whatever the case may be, if you had a dream in the past, and you know that certain things give you pleasure, being a parent doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to give all of that up.

You just have to find a happy middle ground where you feel a deep and profound sense of satisfaction while, at the same time, being responsible and providing for those who are depending on you. There is a middle ground.

What Does It Mean to Dream About a Sports Car Breaking Down?

When you see a Lamborghini, Ferrari, or Maserati breaking down in your car dream, it reflects a change in your relationship with somebody you admire or envy.

It’s not necessarily bad. A lot of people make themselves miserable because they compare themselves to people who they think have it so much better than them.

When you dream that your sports car breaks down, and it’s not your own sports car, it can mean that the person you have modeled yourself after or somebody you’re jealous of is going in a different direction. You are beginning to see that person in a more realistic light.

They are going to go where they’re going, regardless of how much you envy them, hate or them, or think about them. In many cases, what you think doesn’t even matter. Instead, what matters is how you respond to other people’s successes.

When you see a vivid dream image of a sports car that’s breaking down, this can represent a change in how you model after people or how you normally respond to other people’s happiness and success.

You have to understand that, generally speaking, people respond to other people doing well in one of two ways.

There are many people who feel envious. In the back of their minds, they say, “that person doesn’t deserve all that success and happiness; I do. And it burns me that they are doing so well.” So these people refuse to give themselves permission to be happy with what they have.

In this context, this particular dream symbol may be the same as what it means when you dream about being blind.

On the other hand, there are people who see the same thing and say to themselves, “if that person can do it, what’s stopping me?” So they ask themselves all sorts of questions. Before you know it, they come up with a plan.

It may not be perfect; it may not come to pass. But, at least, they’re not saying to themselves that they are so incompetent and that they cannot achieve the same results as somebody else—the best thing that they can do is to envy or feel some sort of moral superiority or personal bias where they “deserve” other people’s success without lifting a finger to work for such results.

It’s up to you. It’s your choice. But you know which response leads to a better outcome.

What Does It Mean to Dream About a Car Getting Towed?

Your tow truck dream means that you are willing to roll up your sleeves and take responsibility for many areas of your life that you have long neglected.

Maybe you’re the type of person who gets emotionally entangled with members of the opposite sex easily. You can’t hang with the responsibility, so you settle for quick pleasures. But pretty soon, your body count’s going to catch up to you because every single person you have sex with is a person you have a soul tie with.

It doesn’t matter whether you accept this or not or whether you even believe it or not. It is real. You may have forgotten these people, but many of them remember you. And guess what? Many of them have less than positive remembrances of what happened between you and them. This causes a chain reaction in their lives.

While you may be thinking to yourself, “well, that’s just the rearview mirror of my life. That’s just a fling—some guy or some girl in the past.”

Well, you’d be surprised as to how those chain reactions feed into each other and find you in your neck of the woods, long into the future.

It’s really important to understand that such a dream symbol suggests that you are responsible for the kind of effects your decisions cause in the lives of others. This doesn’t mean that you have to be some sort of monk, but it does mean that you have to be more mindful. It’s not just sex; it’s also your words.

Believe it or not, we’re constantly planting seeds in the lives of other people. You can either plant flowers that brighten up the world, reflect the sun, and cast light on everything else, or you can plant something else. That’s right; you can plant weeds.

You have a lot more power over the quality of your life than you give yourself credit for.

What Does a Dream of Being in the Passenger Side of a Broken-Down Car Mean?

When you dream of yourself being in the passenger seat of a broken-down car, you either imagine yourself sharing in the frustrations of somebody you care about, or you blame that person’s actions for the fact that you are not enjoying the kinds of things you feel you deserve.

In some cases, you can be the girlfriend or wife of a guy you believed in so much. But, for whatever reason, he’s stuck. So you blame him because you feel you’re stuck with him.

You don’t want to lift a finger; you don’t want to help him come to grips with inner issues that may help restart his journey to his dreams and take you with him. You’re not interested in any of that. Instead, you just want to blame him for you feeling stuck.

It doesn’t have to be this way. You can both push the broken-down car. At the very least, you can be there for that person, ask them a lot of questions, and work with them as they get all this stuff out of their system to the point that they can see a clear map in front of them.

What Does It Mean to Dream About Driving a Broken-Down Car?

This is probably one of the most disturbing broken-car-related visions you can have.

When you’re driving a broken-down car, you know deep down inside that your car is already broken down. It’s not going anywhere. But, in your dream, you’re turning the wheels, pumping the brakes, and maybe even stepping on the gas, but nothing’s happening. Maybe the ignition has given out.

So there you are, going through all the motions, going absolutely nowhere. This is your subconscious telling you that you are absolutely stuck in your life, but you are so stubborn that you don’t want to give up on your old habits.

You feel, deep down inside, that if you just do the same things that you’ve been doing all this time, eventually, things will change.

I’ve got some bad news: that’s not going to happen. The definition of insanity is to do the same thing over and over again while expecting a different result each time. That’s precisely what you’re doing.

The car is broken down. It’s not going to go anywhere. The engine isn’t turning. The transmission isn’t working. The ignition went out a long time ago.

But there you are, going through the motions, checking your mirrors, adjusting your seat, changing gears, turning the wheel, looking to the side to try to make a pass, but nothing’s happening. All of this is just playing out in your head—much like a person whose legs are cut off but looking at his running shoes.

You have to come to a point where you realize that the things that you are doing do not lead to the outcome that you desire for yourself and your loved ones. You have to get to a moment of truth.

This is why visions of cars just breaking down and you realizing that they’ve broken down can be the most liberating image in the world. You’re giving yourself an opportunity to come clean and step out of the shadows of your stubbornness or delusions.

I’m not saying that it’s easy or painless, but it’s definitely necessary.

Dream Example #1

I do not know why I always get this dream. Well not always, but very often.

Ever since I owned a car, I would be dreaming about my car breaking down most often. I do not know but it could be because I always loved fixing cars.

But since I have had so many dreams about my car breaking down I will only pick out the most prominent one.

So here is my dream description. I was driving my car, going to visit a girl I have been proposing to for so long. She kept on telling me that she is seeing someone.

So my mind was always tricking me into believing that I cannot live without her. But wait I still think about that woman. it is true I cannot live without her. Well, that is beside the point anyway. So this is how it went.

It was a fine normal evening we finished having supper and we had some sit around the fire and talk stories moment.

My brother always wanted to tease me about girls I ever had a crush on. That was not cool, right? Trust me it was.

So my crush called me and told me she felt bad for keeping me on hold. That feeling you get when you are about to receive good news, you know it right?

Best feeling ever. So I listened to her, and the next words that she said made me feel like I was in a dream. Yes, I know I was in the dream but you know what I mean, please. Many might not know how it feels to dream about the feeling of being in a dream.

I can tell them how it feels, super unearthly but beautiful. So she asked me, ‘I know you are very far but, can you please come over to my place so that we can talk?’.

With no hesitation, I grabbed my keys and jumped into my Nissan hard body. At the time she lived about thirty kilometers away from me.

When I got into the car, I tried to start but nothing happened. I tried again, still, nothing happened. After many attempts, the car finally started. I was so happy because I knew I was going to meet my crush.

I drove to her place and got there in time without any further delays along the road. So she welcomed me and offered me coffee. In disbelief, I accepted the coffee.

Drinking my coffee while going through a silent moment, she asked me why I was quiet. I told her I did not know what to say since it was something I did not expect.

Well, I will skip the details of what happened thereafter and between. it was finally time to go back home all excited that finally, I got what I always wanted. She gave me a kiss and told me to be thinking about her always.

Yay!!! My dream came true. While driving back home, I could not help but think about her and all the good moments we had in a period of only a few hours. I was so happy that I could not concentrate on driving.

Something unexpected happened while I was driving and sending my mind away. All I heard was a loud banging sound and the car came to a sudden stop.

My heart started beating fast and trying to figure out what happened and how it happened. I got out of the car to find out what happened. It shocked me to realize that I got carried away so much that I did not notice the car went off-road and hit a road sign.

The radiator of the car got damaged so I could not drive the car any further. I tried to call the tow-in services and no one wanted to help me and no reason about why.

I do not know what happened thereafter. That is because the stress in the dream got so worse that I woke up without a conclusion from the dream. I will never forget that dream ever!

Dream Example #2

I was in my tent that sat next to a small flowing river. My campfire was breathing its last breath while I was already lying in my sleeping bag trying to sleep.

I started to hear something circling my tent. At first, it started as big heavy branches snapping in the distance. The noise of footsteps started coming closer.

I ruled it out as a bear or a larger animal because the footsteps did not seem heavy enough. Plus, the fire would more often scare such animals away.

To be safe, I still stayed inside the tent to refrain from making any noise. But the steps just kept circling my tent.

Finally, I called out, “Hello?”

The steps didn’t stop.

Now I sat up, ready to take a quick look outside. I unzipped the tent and crawled out.

I still heard the footsteps, but whatever was making the noise was now more cautious about moving around so loudly.

It was pitch black & I briefly saw the light from a distance. Not just any kind of light, though. It was undeniably a phone screen. It turned off as quickly as it came on. Now I knew there was a person out there, circling my campsite.

I had called but nobody responded. That was not a very good sign. I wasn’t feeling comfortable there anymore. I had a license to carry a gun which I always bring with me when I go camping.

I felt that was the appropriate time to pull that out from my bag. I started to pack my things as fast as possible.

I can’t begin to explain how scared I was. I packed up my sleeping bag and tent. I found myself turning around every few seconds to make sure someone wasn’t sneaking up on me.

I sprinted back to my car which was parked nearby. I threw my stuff in the backseat and hopped in. I locked in the door first thing & I turned the car on.

As I put it in drive, the car started to wobble and shake. I heard a terrible scraping noise. I stopped the car. A low tire pressure alert came on for all four tires & I knew then that all four tires have been slashed by somebody.

I couldn’t possibly move that car without destroying the wheels. So I sat there in a pitch-black forest with the only light being my headlights.

I was afraid to look outside in any direction, for someone could be hidden, watching from any possible direction. I sat like that for few seconds with my whole body shaking.

I finally grabbed my phone to call the police. At the same time, I looked in the rear-view mirror & I saw someone standing at the trunk of my car.

My heart was in my stomach at this point. I don’t know how I didn’t scream. I took a deep breath, grabbed the gun, sitting in the passenger seat.

I opened the door & stepped out with aggression. I aimed the gun at the person standing at the back of my car who raised his hands in the air. I screamed at him as loud and as aggressively as I could to get the fuck away from my car.

I was ready to shoot him. He backed away into the woods & once I couldn’t see him anymore, I got back in my car and called the police.

I told them to come to the campsite area. They said they were on the way. In the meantime, I called the towing company.

All this while, my body was still shaking while constantly checking my surroundings. I never appreciated seeing a police car more. I breathed a sigh of relief once I saw the police car pulled over at a distance.

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