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To dream of a wheelchair represents an emotional or psychological dependency on something to barely function. Feeling held back or that you have handicap which you can comfortably function with. Feeling that barely "getting around" works. Overcoming adversity. A limitation or need to "reduce function" that doesn't stop you from doing something minimally. Something you think you need or feel you can't function without. An important person that helps you is not around and leaves you barely able to comfortably function. A situation may have left you feeling lost, powerless, or impotent with minimum function. Something in your life that you may feel helpless or depressed without. It may also reflect something you have difficulty letting go of believing isn't important.

Negatively, dreaming about a wheelchair may represent your frustration or dislike of overcoming a weakness. Feeling hindered, but not stopped. Feelings about an obstacle in your way whether it is related to physical abilities, skills, or your ability to maneuver around your daily life.

A wheelchair is a sign that you can't do something on your own or that you are dependent on certain factors in order to function. It may also point to situational requirements in order to feel safe.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing himself in a wheelchair. In real life he felt he couldn't function at work if a woman he liked wasn't going to be working there anymore. The wheelchair may have reflected the man's dependency on the woman to function at work and his feelings that without her he was barely, yet comfortably functioning.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of being in a wheelchair that she felt she didn't need. In waking life she was wearing a wig due to side-effects of chemo. She felt she only needed her wig around strangers to feel comfortable. The wheelchair may have reflected her feelings about needing the wig to function socially or respect herself "getting around" in life without feeling embarrassed.

Example 3: A young man dreamed of his girlfriend being in a wheelchair. In waking life he got into a huge argument with his girlfriend. Since she was so angry at him he felt he couldn't have a functioning relationship with her unless he did whatever she wanted to keep her happy. The wheelchair in this case may have reflected his feelings about the need to make enormous efforts to keep his girlfriend happy to make the relationship function at all.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of trying to pull a wheelchair up a new case of stairs and not being able to. In waking life she was diagnosed with diabetes which required a new diet and exercise regime. She felt keeping up with the exercise regime was impossible due to work or chores.



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