Dreaming of a tower means you need to get more involved in things around you, and you may need to give more of yourself in personal relationships where you tend to sometimes be distant.
Dreaming of the Eiffel Tower is a positive omen, symbolizing a season of love and friendship ahead. Also see “Paris.”
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A lighthouse highlights the correct course of action to help us achieve our spiritual goals. It can also take on the symbolism of the tower.
Fanaticism and anarchy (a need to break down or destroy an old order) can be demonstrated by demolition in a dream. Spiritually the idea of using the old debris as a foundation for the new is seen in the image of the tower in the tarot.
The mythology surrounding the princess in the ivory tower has resonance in both men’s and women’s dreams. A woman is often trapped by her own imperturbability and needs help to escape and a man needs to find and release his trapped feminine.
It will depend on whether we are aware in the dream of being on land or at sea. If we are on land we are being warned of difficulties to come, probably from our own emotions. If we are at sea we need to be careful not to create misunderstandings for ourselves by ignoring problems […]
As a representation of our spiritual progression, the spire suggests the movement from the secular to the sacred. It has represented this from time immemorial. Consulting the entry for tower as well as religious buildings in buildings and also the information for spiritual imagery in the introduction should help provide further clarification.
Vast life changes, for better or for worse, are looming in the near future. Whether the changes are for better or worse can be deduced from other symbols in the dream. A surprise is coming – a surprise so unexpected and outrageous that the dreamer will be “blown away”. Astrological parallels: Uranus, Pluto Tarot parallel: […]
When we are conscious of a babble of noise within a dream it suggests that there is too much information for us to be able to sort out what is relevant. The significance comes from the story of the tower of babel when communication is said to have become impossible. Spiritually, babble has the added […]