To dream of going or being bankrupt suggests that we have lost or cut ourselves off from a source of spiritual energy.
Bankrupt / Bankruptcy Formerly, going bankrupt carried a great deal of stigma.Such a dream, therefore, highlighted our fears and doubts about our own abilities.In today’s climate where there is less disgrace, dreaming of bankruptcy simply indicates a problem that needs to be dealt with – not necessarily a financial one.
Bankrupt / Bankruptcy Since bankruptcy signifies a lack of the necessary resources, we will need to look at circumstances around us that reflect this state of mind.
Bankruptcy Bankruptcy in a dream signifies both material and spiritual losses.If a sick person sees himself bankrupt in a dream, it means that he is approaching his death, or it could mean loss of his property or changing one’s trade into a job of lesser importance.(Also see Fraudulent bankruptcy; Slave)
Fraudulent bankruptcy (Bankruptcy; Deceptive; Feigned; Misleading) Fraudulent bankruptcy in a dream represents income or suffering from an actual bankruptcy.If one is called fraudulent in a dream and there is a legitimate witness to such allegation, it means increase in his earnings.Ifthe circumstances in the dream denote evil, it means that he will…
Bankruptcy This is another contradictory dream. If you dream you’re filing bankruptcy, it means you will do well financially. However, if you see others filing bankruptcy, it means to avoid getting involved in any business dealings that are not completely forthright.
Bankrupt Denotes partial collapse in business, and weakening of the brain faculties.A warning to leave speculations alone.
Bankrupt (India, interpretation of dreams) This is a dream of warning lest you should undertake something undesirable for you and also injurious to yourself. Be cautious in your transactions.
Bankrupt A warning, whether financial or spiritual
Bankrupt 1. A need for spiritual and emotional renewal. 2. Caution in ﬁnancial affairs; issues of protection need to be addressed. 3. A need or desire to be more creative in ﬁnding solutions to problems. 4. A need to reassess moral principles.