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Race

To dream of a race represents rivalry or competition. Trying to outdo someone or seeing how you measure up. A need to get ahead or be first in some area of your life. Fearlessly pushing the limits in competition with another.

Negatively, dreaming about a race may reflect a dislike of competition, an urgent matter, feeling intimidated by competition, taking risks, an inferiority complex, or jealousy that you can never be better than other people at something.

Alternatively, you may be struggling against yourself in some way as you head towards a deadline. A sign that you have bad habits that keep getting in the way. Racing against problems. Waking life situations where you are experiencing some kind of jealousy contest to be better than someone else.

To dream of running past people in a race represents feelings of getting ahead of person or problem in a competition in waking life. People running past you may reflect feelings about people or problems that are getting ahead of you.

To dream of racing against time may reflect feelings about an urgent matter or feeling that something desperately urgent that other people don't feel the same. Desperation to warn someone.

To dream of not wanting to race someone may reflect feelings about not wanting to be competitive, being socially withdrawn, insecurity about competition, lacking confidence, or not feeling in the mood to perform your best in front of others.

Example: A young girl dreamed of an annual race. In waking life she was very competitive about getting good grades in school each year.

Example 2: A man dreamed of standing in front of a race track, but not racing on it. In waking life he had an inferiority complex.

Example 3: A man dreamed of seeing a race horse being put down. In waking life he wished to slow down his life and live a happier more balanced life.

Example 4: A man dreamed of having a formula race car. In waking life he got his first mobile phone the day before. The race car in this case may have reflected the dreamers feelings about the cellphone making him feel professionally competitive, popular, and connected while wanting to show off.

Example 5: A man dreamed of driving a race car and then telling himself to be cautious. In waking life he was behaving socially withdrawn when many family were inviting him over. He may have felt the need to be careful with who he acted competitive to.





 

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