Last night, I dreamt that I was in an airplane and things were going well (I hate flying, by the way.). Suddenly, the plane started rapidly descending and we were all screaming. I was seated backwards. We did not crash.
Flying is a kind of boast about sexual powers. Dreaming of flying tends to indicate that you're unhappy and not in control of your life. Your ambitions are not being fully realized. Self-esteem is low, and dreaming of flying is often making up for lack of sexual experience.
Dreaming of falling is very common. It is a symbol of fear in real life--perhaps of failing at work or in your love life. Falling often expresses a need to let yourself go more and enjoy life more. Dreaming of falling can often stem from isolation: however successful you are, you can still feel isolated, and this dream is common among professional men and women. Falling in the dream is an unfulfilled need for support and affection. It's a dream that often occurs when the dreamer is feeling misunderstood or not accepted in a situation.
Dream of falling a long way and you can expect quite severe reverses in life in general. Land without hurting yourself and your setbacks will only be temporary.
Being in a plane disaster but not being killed signals financial gains.
Scream yourself and it's a good sign for your closest concerns.
A different dream that kept replaying was that I was witnessing plane crashes. It was very foggy and I was on the ground behind a car, watching several planes crash land. Some caught fire. This scene replayed several times.
An airplane crashing suggests a major failure, probably in business.
Fog on land means a business dilemma that will need a lot of patience to handle.
Fire is an important element in dreams, just as it is in reality. Fire warms and purges and it can hurt if you get too close to it. So, it's a powerful symbol indicating a period of renewal, but also a certain amount of painful reflection.
See fire burn you and it spells trouble. But there's good news on the way if it didn't.
A bright flame is a sign of happiness.
Interpretations courtesy of, "The Illustrated Dream Dictionary," by Russell Grant. Illustrated by Vicky Emptage.