Dreaming about bubbles generally means you have an idea that you fear might not amount to anything.

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You still have a desire to pursue it anyway, just to see how far it might take you.

Perhaps you have been thinking about making a change in your personal life or at work and you are still in the throes of thinking it through fully or implementing it.

Maybe your rational side is telling you to stop spending your time on it but your gut is pushing you to continue with it for your own peace of mind.

If there were others with you in the dream, perhaps your idea potentially affects more than just you. Have you discussed it with anyone close to you? If they thought it was a bad idea, this could be why you associate the dream with that person.

Bubbles are fragile things so maybe the dream refers to something or someone you feel you need to protect right now.

Bubbles also drift away from us, so it’s possible you feel like the people or things in your life are slipping away from you and you want them to come back.

If there was someone in a bubble, this could be symbolic of them keeping you out of their affairs- they may be trying to keep you at arm’s length.

Floating bubbles also are synonymous with childhood, fun and celebrations. You might have been thinking about your childhood lately or perhaps your life is full of silliness right now and you feel happy and free of responsibility.

It can be sign of unrealistic expectations and wishes- associated with the ambitious thoughts children often have. Are you thinking too broadly about your idea? Do you need to tone it down a little and deal with it in smaller stages before getting carried away?

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More simply, it’s possible you crave some peace and quiet in your life. If it has been a particularly busy period, maybe you just want to go to a place where no one can bother you and where you can enjoy some well needed silence to gather your thoughts. You may wish for a brief moment of solitude so you can take a break from the realities and responsibilities of life. On the other hand, perhaps you are the one who’s being disruptive in someone else’s life and they need a break from you.  Are you stopping them for making progress because you are taking up a lot of their time or headspace? Do you need to take a step back from them and allow them time to thrive on their own?...

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