Dream about running marathon

Dream about Running Marathon is a sign for the self and the body. You have accepted some aspect of yourself. You approach life to your own rhythm and beat. This dream symbolises joy and a carefree attitude. Sometimes you have to go with the flow instead of fighting it.

Running Marathon points at aspects of yourself that you keep private and hidden. You need to thank somebody. You are able to land on your feet and overcome difficulties with grace. Your dream is a signal for toughness and ruggedness. You make the best out of every situation.

Dream about both “Run” and “Marathon” expresses fertility, abundance, or your need to be sheltered and protected. You may feel that you are unable to completely express yourself in a situation. You may be lacking energy and motivation. The dream is about aspects of yourself that you are still trying to get to know. An aspect of yourself that is not fully developed or has been repressed.

Dream about running marathon suggests your tenacity, persistence and ability to drive a hard bargain. If you visualize success, then you will achieve success. You want to put something on display. This dream is a metaphor for your ability to express yourself and your beliefs. You are unwilling to confront some painful and disturbing aspect of your subconscious.

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Carlos

I was running a marathon in my city. There was many people running. However I was running a small group of people I’ve never met before. In the group there was a young boy maybe 12 years old. We were looking for alternate routes to reach our destination. We came across a obstacle. It was a elevated terrain. I could not climb/reach to the top to countinue running. The young boy suddenly had 4 arms and helped me reach to the top to keep running. I was shocked but grateful. I felt safe in the dream

Hana

I was in a complex marathon with my mom that not only included long distance running but also hide and seek from other players during the entire run, physical obstacles in each stop point, and quizzes, essay responses and math challenges that had to be written down in a notebook we all carried with us. After finishing the long run I was editing/finalizing my responses in my third grade classroom,but soon realized I had forgotten it when leaving. When returning to my desk my notebook had vanished