(Complications; Longevity; Marriage; Richness; Sin) In a dream, a chain represents an old or a rich woman whose earnings are lawful. A chain in one’s hand or around one’s neck in a dream may mean threats, menaces, sin or disobedience. Seeing a chain around one’s neck in a dream also means marriage to a woman […]
In religious art bondage and slavery, dignity and unity are all symbolized by chains. The links in a chain suggest that we cannot exist in isolation.
In dreams, we can become conscious of beliefs or mental attitudes – both in ourselves and others – which can create problems and hold us down. The links in a chain can very often symbolize the communication that we need to free ourselves.
Beware, or one might do time on a “chain gang.”
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. […]
A pillory or chain around the neck means a person will soon be given a trust to look after.
To dream of something being broken symbolizes loss or damage. On a mundane level, if a favourite object or childhood toy is broken we need to make changes and break from the past. If a limb is broken we may be prevented from moving forward or carrying out a certain action.
Transportation guided by a rail, predestined movement, a chain of events and change
Necklaces first arose from the wearing of a chain of office and, therefore, in dreams suggests a dignity or honour that has been conferred on the wearer. The composition of the necklace may be an important part of the interpretation of the dream.
1. Friendship; a full jug indicates many friends or friends of good quality. 2. Health and/or employment; a broken jug may indicate possible illness or work-related problems. 3. Exciting new adventures (a broken jug).