The bridge is one of the most commonly found images in dreams. It signifies crossing from one state of being to another, spanning the river of life. The ancient image of crossing the river styx accompanied by the ferryman charon has been largely superceded by the symbol of a bridge.
Crossing a bridge, overcoming difficulties. A long bridge that seems to vanish in the distance, loss of possessions Or disappointment in love. Passing under a bridge, weighty problems that require time to solve. See Plank.
(Bridge; Stone bridge; Viaduct) An arched bridge or a viaduct in a dream represents suspicious matters or mundane questions or worldly vs. ungodly concerns. An arched bridge or a viaduct in a dream also could represents one’s wife, or it could mean dispelling of one’s worries or trouble. Driving over an arched bridge or through […]
Dream of a wooden bridge and it’s a clue that you lack willpower in your waking life. A railroad bridge is a sign of good luck in business. A bridge over a road (viaduct) suggests you’re being too ambitious. See a bridge set in stone or concrete, and any large plans you have will soon […]
(arb. Sirat) This is the bridge people have to walk on after the Day of Resurrection to meet their Lord on the Day of Judgement. The ease of crossing it depends on the weight of deeds one is carrying. Some cross like lightening, while others have to carry their burdens and move at varying paste. […]
A conditional means of crossing over to a new beginning; see “bridge”
This almost invariably indicates the crossing from one phase of life to another, perhaps a rite of passage. The bridge may be depicted as weak or strong, sturdy or otherwise, which gives an indication of the strength of connection necessary to make changes in our lives.
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 […]
(Benefits) A bridge in one’s dream represents the pillars of one’s faith, the. straight path, the Bridge of the Day of Judgement or perhaps it could mean knowledge, guidance, fasting, prayers, or any vehicle which assists one in his escape from the evils of this world or the punishment for one’s sins in the hereafter. […]
1. Transitional phase. 2. Overcoming obstacles (especially if the bridge crosses water). 3. Facing a decision or change (note condition of bridge).