To dream that you see a clear fountain sparkling in the sunlight, denotes vast possessions, ecstatic delights and many pleasant journeys. A clouded fountain, denotes the insincerity of associates and unhappy engagements and love affairs. A dry and broken fountain, indicates death and cessation of pleasures. For a young woman to see a sparkling fountain […]
Dreaming of a fountain means you like to be in total control of your surroundings. They also signify vitality and youth. Also see “Drinking Fountain.”
Spiritually a fountain symbolizes eternal life and is a direct reference to the fountain of immortality, an image seen in many systems of belief.
To some extent it will depend which part of the fountain is more noticeable in dreams as to its relevance. The bowl or pool usually represents the feminine and the fountain itself the masculine.
An omen of a happy and fulfilled life. If the fountain is flowing freely, things should go comparatively easily from here on out; however, if the fountain is malfunctioning, there are still a few obstacles that need to be overcome first.
A well filled, and merrily trickling fountain is a sign of prosperity and luck. If the fountain you dream of is old, or clogged up, then you will have a few setbacks that could bring you a short period of poverty.
Dreaming of a fountain means you like to be in total control of your surroundings. They also signify vitality and youth. To dream of drinking water from a fountain is a positive omen, meaning that you have the strength of character to solve all your current problems. Look within and trust your instincts.
In a dream, a fountain placed in a suitable place or as a decorative item in the middle of a yard or a park represents honor, dignity, dispelling worries or adversities, hearing good news or listening to good music, squandering money, dispersal of one’s interests, breaking a gathering, or adding and subtracting if seen near […]
To dream of a fountain means that we are aware of the generative principle, the process of life and ‘flow’ of our own consciousness. Because of its connection with water, it also represents the surge of our emotions, and often our ability to express this. The fountain can also represent an element of play in […]
See “Fountain” or “Drinking Fountain”