A dream featuring a motorcycle takes its meaning from the function of the motor (look above, in “Motor”). If you had a passenger on your motorcycle, you will have good luck with someone of the opposite sex. If you were the passenger, there is someone you want to be closer to.
To dream that you went on a trip denotes that something in your waking life is not in order. Things may be a bit problematic these days for you. To dream that you are going on a trip suggests that you crave a break from the usual, perhaps a change in scenery. You are burned-out […]
Confirmation of a trip, but not necessarily a trip abroad
1. Phallic symbol (because of stereotypical easy sexual ity among motorcycle gang members). 2. Proof of manhood or sexual abilities. 3. Anger. 4. Aggression. 5. Permissive female sexuality.
To dream that you are taking a road trip, is symbolic of your life’s journey. If the dream was generally positive, this suggests that you are headed in the right direction in your life. This dream can also suggest that you have a tendency to worry needlessly over situations that will work out fine in […]
1. A quick trip to success. 2. A quick trip to failure.
Dreams about being in a car or motorcycle crash mean your beliefs or lifestyle are clashing with someone else’s. It may also represent a recent shocking situation you were involved with. Dreams about airplane crashes mean you have set unrealistic goals for yourself.
If you dream of riding in a vehicle and someone else is driving, you will soon take a business trip at your bosses convenience. If you are riding in a vehicle where you or a member of your family are driving, then your trip will be for pleasure or personal business.
To dream about leather-clad motorcycle riders refers to toughness, ruggedness and affairs with the opposite sex. This dream also refers to your instinctual and animalistic nature.
In olden times, the helmet was the attribute of the warrior or hero. Whilst it covered the face, it often had the eye pieces highlighted in order to scare the enemy. Even today – as with the motorcycle helmet – it is still in dreams largely a representation of the masculine.