A dream of good fortune (Raphael). An erotic dream (Freud, Jung). Legends and tradition generally justify Raphael’s interpretation.
Horseback RidingTo dream of riding (or sitting on) a horse foretells a coming rise in your status. You might become more popular, win a contest, or get a promotion at work. However, if you were thrown (or fell off) the horse, you will have to cope with a rival who is…
Riding SchoolTo attend a riding school, foretells some friend will act falsely by you, but you will throw off the vexing influence occasioned by it.
Ride, Riding1. Sexual intercourse. 2. Feelings of control—often in life, frequently in relationships. 3. The means or route to success in business, wealth. 3. Social mobility (to ride a horse).
Riding School1. Social mobility, usually upward. 2. More “life lessons” are needed, loss of direction. 3. A friend may not be what he/she appears.
RidingA dream of riding is considered unlucky. Sometimes associated with illness such as seasickness, the result of motion. All dreams of riding, flying, and climbing are rated as a desire for mating, the natural instinct of the sexes, however, they can be translated as motivation dreams that lead to companionship…
Riding a CamelRiding a camel means that a journey is to be undertaken.
Riding an Elephant in BattleHe will gain victory over his enemy in battle.
Riding a LionRiding a lion and directing it to go wherever one pleases means one will soon be endowed with power and one’s enemy will soon be subdued.
Riding a TigerOne will attain dignity, honour and happiness. A strong and powerful opponent will be subdued.