Dream about Cat Swimming

Dream about cat swimming is a signal for deep trust, strength and endurance. You are open and receptive to new ideas. You are receptive to spiritual advice and guidance. This dream represents all of your past experiences – both positive and negative. You are zeroing in on your goal.

Cat swimming is a metaphor for hesitation in expressing how you really feel. You are refusing to see the truth. Perhaps you are about to be exposed. This dream stands for self confidence, ability to succeed, enlightenment and spiritual confidence. You are ready to move forward in some project or endeavor.

Cat swimming in dream states unclaimed rewards. You secretly want what the other person has. You feel well protected. This dream points to an awakening and expanded consciousness. You are experiencing extra vigor, vitality and energy in your life.

Dream about cat swimming signifies clarity of thought and peace of mind

You need to hold onto the past and learn from it. There is a way for your subconscious to get you to pay attention to an important aspect of the dream. This dream is sometimes new beginning and spiritual enlightenment. You are experiencing an emotional standstill.

Cat swimming is a premonition for growth and rebirth. You are in need of some peace and quiet. You may be feeling vulnerable and are in need of comfort. This dream is a symbol for a journey of self-discovery. You are struggling with pleasing both your parents without disappointing the other.

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Juliana 27

Playing with my cat in a pool. She chases a toy I’m holding while she’s swimming. I’m standing still in the pool. We having lots of fun. There is a divider in the pool, I think to pick her up to get her over it. Then I get scared thinking if I wasn’t there she could have drown.