Dream Interpretation – What Does an Empty Swimming Pool Mean?

2938675625_59c38ac563_mMany people see an empty swimming pool in their dreams. This dream scene represents maturity. It indicates that the dreamer finally understood something very important and stopped being superficial.

How could I come to such conclusion?

I continued Carl Jung’s research in the unknown region of the human psyche through dream interpretation. I learned how to translate the meaning of dreams better than him. Later, I simplified his method of dream interpretation. Therefore, I can directly tell you the meaning of any dream scene.

You will see an empty swimming pool after discovering that you are in great danger and you have to protect yourself. Or, after understanding that you were totally wrong for believing in something unreal. The lessons you have when you see an empty swimming pool in a dream are quite bitter. However, the absence of water in the swimming pool indicates maturity and wisdom. Now you’ll stop repeating the same mistakes, and change your attitude.

Water in dreams has two different meanings depending on the quantity. When you see only a few drops of water in a dream, water represents forgiveness. It is the liquid that purifies the soul. A few drops of water represent salvation from craziness and despair due to compassion and forgiveness.

When you see too much water in a dream (like a flood) this means that you are being superficial and materialistic. You don’t believe that there is a spiritual reality and you should care about your spiritual transformation. You think that nothing is more important than your daily routine. Or, you have lost your faith. You don’t believe in salvation.

Thus, when you see an empty swimming pool in a dream, you see that there is no water in a place where water should be abundant. Water in this case represents superficiality. The absence of water means that you stopped being superficial and you finally understood something that you didn’t want to understand.

A swimming pool full of water in a dream represents a study based on limited aspects of reality that don’t correspond to the entire truth. In other words, when you are swimming in a swimming pool full of water in a dream, this means that you are analyzing your problems without taking into consideration many key factors. Your vision is too limited.

You would discover the truth about your reality only if you were swimming in the sea, or in a river. If you are swimming in a swimming pool full of water in a dream, this means that you believe in illusions.

An empty swimming pool represents the bitter comprehension that you were too far from the truth before seriously analyzing your reality. Or, that you were acting like a child because you couldn’t understand God’s wisdom. This comprehension will save your life, and help you evolve.

Many people dream of an empty swimming pool after interpreting the meaning of a dream collection. This happens because they now understand their false impressions thanks to the enlightening unconscious lessons in their dreams.

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Christina Sponias continued Carl Jung’s research into the human psyche, discovering the cure for all mental illnesses, and simplifying the scientific method of dream interpretation that teaches you how to accurately translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.

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  • John says:

    Wow, I did not know that empty swimming pools in dreams meant maturity. I remember when I was younger, I did dream of that. Cool.

  • Marta says:

    I wonder what means dreaming with both. I dream that I was in this english mansion. When I was talking this guy I have a crush on inside and went outside and was to go for a swimming. When I was ready to jump in the swimming pool, which was at a lower level then the house I noticed that there were no water. Then I kept going and there was another swimming pool on the higher level of the mansion. The pool had fresh cool water in it. It was clean and fresh like coming from a waterfall. People were asking if they could swimm there but I told them that it is only for the residents.

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  • micz says:

    this really make sense. i am currently in a rough situation with regards to my job and my dream of an empty swimming pool after 2 consecutive nights of swimming in a pool with water, must have really meant discovering that this situation i am currently in may put me in danger, and indeed i’ve just understand something important.

  • angelica says:

    this is a good article. thank you for posting.
    actually i just dreamed about it last night april 17, 2013… just as i had caught a small turtle, i passed by an empty pool.

    i never thought i means maturity and able to understood things..
    well i believe it.. cause this june i will be a freshman college student now.

    and i will stick to this matter

    thank you very very very much ^_^

 

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