Spiritual progress can be suggested by a quay, since it is a point of departure. This image has obviously had more relevance in the past when travel by sea was more prevalent than air travel.
1. Direction in life, sense of control over destiny. 2. Travel, possible journeys, likely emotional (note condition of the ship or boat and the clarity of water). 3. Fear of travel.
1. Anxiety, often related to travel or temporary separation from loved ones. 2. Reverse: an improvement of circumstances on the way. 3. Fears or concerns regarding path in life or goals (travel disaster, especially involving a train).
A busy airport represents a desire for freedom and/or travel; an empty airport means any travel plans you have will be changed or delayed.
To see a porter signifies a desire to travel. If the porter has your luggage, a change seems inevitable but not always travel.
If injured by some object, such as a knife, be very careful when using one lest your dream be realized. Such a dream may mean that you wish to sever relationship with a business alliance or a friend. It also shows that you need sympathy and understanding. A dream of an accident while traveling warns […]
(Hostel; Inn; Travelling to a foreign country) A hotel in a dream represents one’s house, body, name, property, glory, bathhouse, oven, or a court ofjustice. Whatever may happen to him in that dream could take place in conjunction to any ofthe above elements and in relationship to his condition. Stayingovernight in an unknown hotel in […]
Dreams of travel indicate a desire for pleasure. See Airplane, Automobile.
To dream of traveling, signifies profit and pleasure combined. To dream of traveling through rough unknown places, portends dangerous enemies, and perhaps sickness. Over bare or rocky steeps, signifies apparent gain, but loss and disappointment will swiftly follow. If the hills or mountains are fertile and green, you will be eminently prosperous and happy. To […]