General Meaning: Rope, like chain, speaks of bondage and of being restricted. In a positive context though, it is a picture of strength and security. (As in the threefold cord that cannot be broken) • Positive: To dream of being tied to your spouse or to someone you love speaks of unity with the Lord. […]
To end, as it presently is; research whatever is broken
To see one, successful undertakings, probably a change; to cross one, work and anxiety in store; a broken bridge, fear and trouble and a warning to take no steps on an unknown road; to fall from a bridge denotes brain trouble (Artemidorus). These interpretations are distinctly traceable to the subconsciousness. The symbolism of a bridge […]
The spiritual bonding and healing of that which has been broken
Makes something stronger than it was before in the place where it was broken.
A quick fix, i.E. Plugging the hole in a dam; patching a broken relationship
If missing or broken, one’s power of transition in a situation is useless
Symbolic of hurt, pain, broken heartedness, and a longing for God, Ps. 42:3
You see a broken bridge: your path to success is blocked by authorities
1. One feels disconnected from others. 2. Broken family ties. 3. Lost job or other disruption.