What does a dream of vomiting mean?

For most people, seeing vomit in a dream is quite unpleasant, to say the least. To many, a dream of vomiting can never be a good thing.

If you ever had a dream of vomiting or somebody throwing up on you, few people would be surprised if you woke up concerned.

There’s just something inherently disquieting and disgusting about vomit.

It doesn’t matter if you’re doing it or you see other people throw up.

If you want to get to the root of your dream of vomiting images, keep reading.

The General Meaning of a Dream of Vomiting

When you see yourself or somebody else throwing up in your nighttime visions, please understand that your subconscious is trying to communicate to you the impact of negative energy in your life.

Either you or somebody close to you is a toxic person.

In many cases, this situation involves more than one individual.

Whatever the case may be, their negative attitude and negative outlook in life are having a bad effect on those around them.

This of course impact different people in a wide range of ways.

Some people feel that their energy is being drained, while others experience their mindset being warped.

Neither of these situations is good.

When your subconscious is communicating to you through images of vomiting, focus on the existence of negative or toxic energy in your life.

Chances are, you will find them.

The next general interpretation of vomiting in dreams involves the urge to get rid of something harmful in your life.

You may be living with a toxic relative or friend.

In many cases, you might even be a toxic person.

Whatever the case may be, there is something that you are apologetic about, guilty for, or somehow feel negative about.

For the longest time, you’ve been trying to sweep this under the rug or even pretend that it’s not there.

Well, whatever you’re doing is only making the problem worse because you can only keep these negative energies suppressed for so long until they bubble up to the surface.

Sometimes they explode.

But in your case, they manifest themselves in dreams involving vomit.

Pay close attention.

This is not something you should overlook.

This is not an empty detail.

This can be very big because now it’s vomiting.

Who knows what other form it could take in the future?

And if you continue to ignore these warning signs from your psyche, don’t be all that shocked when it manifests itself in your behavior.

Another general meaning of vomiting images involves toxic relationships.

Not only is more than one person in your life toxic, but the relationships of that person have become poisoned.

Now, this might be easy to caricature.

Imagine somebody basically infecting everybody with negative energy.

But in reality, this infection takes many different forms.

Maybe people just have less energy.

Maybe they’ve lost their sense of optimism.

Maybe they’re too optimistic.

Again, it can go the other way.

Whatever the case may be, it is not helpful.

In fact, it is counterproductive.

Finally, in a minority of cases, when you see a dream of vomit or people vomiting, it can indicate an upcoming financial windfall.

Money is on the way.

But it’s not what you think.

Pay close attention to what happens to lottery winners.

If they were dirt poor before they hit the lotto, what do you think will happen to them?

That’s right!

After a few years when the money is gone, they go back to being poor and miserable.

Money is usually not the answer!

The correct mindset is the answer.

Know the difference.

So in many cases, stumbling upon some sort of financial windfall is probably the worst thing that can happen to you as far as your financial literacy and habits go.

What Does a Dream of Vomiting Blood Mean?

Blood is the life force of human beings.

Blood in this context indicates life energy.

When you are vomiting blood in your dream, your subconscious is trying to communicate with you that your life is under a tremendous amount of stress because of a negative mindset.

I’m not talking about somebody who is naturally pessimistic.

I’m talking about somebody who just has a warped view of life that they inevitably make situations toxic.

Some people are always looking to put other people against each other.

Others are constantly comparing themselves to other people.

They find themselves in an endless cycle of jealousy and envy.

Others automatically put other people down because they believe that’s the only way they can feel good about themselves.

I hope you can see the pattern.

There are many different variations of this.

When you are vomiting blood in your dream, this indicates that your mindset is not where it should be.

It’s your wake-up call because it’s not serving you correctly.

What Does a Vomiting Dream Mean in Your Waking Life?

When people see vomit or they are about to vomit, they feel disgusted.

They feel queasy.

They obviously are not having a good time.

When you see this dream imagery, it impacts your waking life because there’s something that you have been trying to suppress.

Either voluntarily or unwittingly, it doesn’t sit well with you.

This is a form of self-delusion.

You tell yourself all sorts of comforting stories because you’re trying to tip-toe around the 800-lb elephant in the room.

You can try to convince yourself that you have the perfect family, but none of that effort is going to make the fact that your father is an alcoholic go away.

Neither will this strategy have any impact on the fact that your mother is in jail for fraud or you’re addicted to porn.

Whatever issues you may have, please understand that they’re not going to go away just because you refuse to acknowledge that they exist.

Keep this in mind when you see vomiting in your dreams.

Your subconscious is trying to get something across to you.

Pay more attention to yourself.

Trust your psyche more.

What Does It Mean to Dream Of Seeing Someone Else Vomit?

When you see somebody else vomit, this can be a projection dream.

In other words, you’re the one who is dealing with negative energies that you’ve been suppressing for so long.

But the way your psyche frame the situation is through the experience of another person.

But you best believe that you are trying to sweep something under the rug, and now it’s all coming out.

And you can’t handle it.

However, your subconscious is framing this from a third-party perspective as a way of emotionally distancing yourself from hard decisions.

Please understand that the hardest thing that you can do when it comes to your personal day-to-day life is to change your mindset.

Whatever you choose to believe about yourself as to who you can and cannot be and as to what you should be, is not working out.

In fact, if you’re completely honest with yourself, your mindset is wrong.

Take a look at the quality of your relationships.

Pay attention to where your career is headed.

Look back to the trail of results or lack thereof that you produced so far.

This is no time for candy coating.

And if you’re in denial, it will come out sooner or later, and your vomiting dream is just one manifestation of this.

What Does It Mean to Dream Of Cleaning a Vomit

Whether you’re cleaning up somebody else’s vomit or your own, when your dream’s mental camera focuses on the act of cleaning up, your subconscious is trying to tell you that you are dealing with the aftermath of negativity.

This is actually a good sign.

It means you are at some level or other acknowledging that there is this negative energy flow going through your mind, affecting your emotions, your interactions with other people, and ultimately the stories you tell yourself regarding your identity.

This is a good first step because for you to solve a problem, you must first accept the possibility that there is a problem.

Seeing yourself cleaning up vomit means that you are waking up to the need to deal with your long pent-up issues.

This is a good first step.

You Are Refusing to Accept Your Feelings

What happens when you’ve tried to bottle up your emotions?

Here’s a hint: They don’t go away!

Just because you refuse to say something doesn’t mean that the thought behind those words somehow mysteriously vaporizes.

Life doesn’t work that way!

The same goes with the negative energies, mindsets, assumptions, and expectations in your life.

Just because you refuse to deal with them doesn’t mean that have gone into this memory hole, gone forever.


Instead, you become an emotional and psychological volcano.

It’s only a matter of time until it rambles to the surface.

And if you’re not careful, there’s going to be an explosion.

Worse yet, the ones you love love the most are the ones who are going to get hit hard.

When you see yourself vomiting in your dreams or you obsess about vomit on the floor or on some surface, your subconscious is telling you that you are refusing to accept your feelings.

Please understand that you have a right to your feelings.

If you feel that somebody is mean, obnoxious, toxic, or cruel to you, so be it!

It may not be the objective reality, but you’re entitled to feel that way just as other people are entitled to come up with their own opinions based on how you treat them.

Do you see how this works?

The problem is that if you are playing games with yourself and you’re in some sort of denial, you’re wasting all that energy.

All of that analytical firepower could have gone into safely defusing the emotional volcano that you are becoming.

Because if you’re not careful and if you’re not mindful, eventually things will come to a head.

And guess what!

It usually blows up in the worst way possible.

The first step to solving things is to simply accept that you have a right to your feelings.

Describe them as they are.

Don’t candy-coat them.

Stop obsessing about why I feel this way.

Instead, just focus on what you’re feeling.

Start there!

And then eventually, accept the fact that you feel this, and then you can start digging as to whether these are realistic or accurate emotional reactions.

You can deal with that later.

What’s important is that you stop being in denial.

You have to call a spade a spade.

You Are Tired of Your Circumstances

In any given lifetime, there will always be opportunities to make the wrong call.

We all make mistakes.

None of us is perfect.

With that said, stop apologizing to yourself for why you made certain bad calls in the past.

Because if you do this, you are putting a tremendous amount of unnecessary stress and pressure on yourself.

And on top of that, you have to waste a tremendous amount of energy suppressing all of this.

Maybe you tell yourself comforting stories.

Maybe you lie to other people about certain areas of your life in the hopes that if they believe it, eventually you will believe it too.

Stop playing those games!

Because at the end of the day, when you see yourself vomiting in your dream, your subconscious is telling you that this is enough.

You’re not getting anywhere with this.

It’s taking up too much of your energy.

And if you’re not careful, it’s going to take up so much of your life.

We only have so many years left on this planet as individuals.

Use those years wisely.

You Irritate Yourself

If you see yourself vomiting in your dream, this can be your subconscious telling you that you should stop looking for toxic influences and people with toxic mindsets in your life.

The mystery has been solved.


The source of the toxicity, regardless of whether you accept it or not and whether you believe it or not, is you.

You’re the one who causes this chain reaction of negative feelings and negative consequences down the road.

You’re the one who pits people against each other.

You’re the one who picks at people’s insecurities and brings out the worst in them.

You’re the one who refuses to step up to the emotional challenge of going through the necessary painful changes so you can become the best version of yourself.

You hang on to the past, hoping that it will insulate you from taking responsibility for painful changes that you need to do to secure a better emotional future.

This is what’s happening.

…that this is what’s going on…and it irritates you.

You have to understand that your subconscious is far smarter than you give it credit for.

It is always listening.

It is more focused than your waking mind.

A lot of people might find this hard to believe.

But your waking mind actually uses a tremendous amount of processing power to handle your day-to-day stresses, worries, responsibilities, and obligations.

If you don’t have much real power, it’s very easy to develop brain fog.

Your subconscious on the other hand sees everything in 2020.

So when you see yourself or somebody else vomiting in your dream, this is a key context.

You are getting sick and tired of the games you’ve been playing on yourself.

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