Dream About Unable To Find A Toilet

Dream About Unable To Find A Toilet

Dream About Unable To Find A Toilet

You are desperate for the toilet and searching to find one. The only toilets you can see, however, are in strange places or full public view. The cubicles may have no walls or a door that you can’t lock. You might also find yourself in a queue and, even though you urgently need the toilet, have to wait in line. When you actually reach the toilet, it is often disgustingly messy and cramped, or flooded and blocked. You worry about getting your shoes wet and there is usually no toilet paper or place to wash your hands.


In waking life, the toilet is where you go to release what is no longer healthy or sustaining for you. Dreaming about needing the toilet indicates that there is some situation in your life that has become unhealthy but you aren’t sure how to let go of it. This often involves your personal needs and how easily you find it to express them to other people. Searching for a toilet shows you are looking for some way to tell someone what you need.


This can feel strange for you, however, and the need for privacy shows you would like to deal with this situation behind closed doors so that you don’t appear needy. Having to stand in a queue for the toilet indicates that you are putting the needs of others before your own, even though you are desperate to express them.

You are anxious it will turn into a messy situation if you try and voice your needs. This cramps your self-expression because you feel you have little choice and no room to maneuver. You are also worried that it might end up becoming very emotional with floods of tears or that your requests for help may be blocked. Trying not to get your feet wet indicates that you are over-cautious about stepping into emotional situations because you are unsure what the outcome might be. Sometimes you just want to come clean and wash your hands of the whole affair but there seems to be no way for you to do this.


Action: In waking life, you often hope your needs will be met if you look after other people’s needs, but they often seem to just end up dumping their problems on you. The best way to resolve this situation is to put your needs before the needs of others by using the word ‘No’ now and again. This enables you to set firm personal boundaries, which allow you to look after your needs. Although this may seem selfish, it is much easier to look after other people’s needs when you are comfortable that you can attend to your own.


Background: Our first experience of controlling our needs happens at a very young age when we learn to regulate our basic bodily activities in toilet training. This is often our first exposure to social obligations taking precedence over our physical needs and functions. During this training, we realize that inappropriate expressions of our needs can become very messy and also can make us feel quite ashamed. Even though we learn to control our physical needs as children, we often find it challenging to manage our emotional needs as adults as they can evoke the same feelings of vulnerability and embarrassment.

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Evangelist Joshua Orekhie

Evangelist Joshua Orekhie is the president of Dreams and Deliverance Ministries, is a type of religious organisation focuses on preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ, to heal the brokenhearted, to interpret dreams with solutions, to empower the people with prayers and to liberate them from all kind of bondages (Luke 4:18).


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Then pray this short prayer of Faith

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1 Comment

  • princess amaka

    princess amaka
    More Grace Sir
    Am glad to read this interpretation 🙏

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