To see a stop sign in your dream suggests that you need to stop what you are doing and think about the situation before moving forward. You need to proceed with care and caution. Alternatively, this dream may signify obstacles on your path. To dream that you drive through a stop sign without stopping means […]
If you dream of waiting at a bus stop, you will run into minor difficulties but they will be quite temporary.
The type of transport we dream of reflects our relationship with our work. Buses are an economical form of transport but they’re slow, they stop and start and you’re at the mercy of the driver, the traffic conditions and your fellow passengers. • You’re not the master of your own destiny when travelling by bus […]
Uniforms in dreams suggest conformity and going along with the crowd. This dream suggests that either you need to go your own way and stop following others, or that you desire to stop being different from others and fit in better.
Travelling on a bus suggests that we are coming to terms with the way we handle group relationships, and the new directions we need to take in company with others.
Dreams about being at school often mean you are feeling inescure about your social status, your abilities or your performance in a situation. A dream that takes place in school may also be a metaphor for the lessons you are learning in your life. To dream of ditching/skipping school may indicate that you have skipped […]
To be paying a fare in a dream is acknowledging the price that is paid in order to succeed. A taxi-fare would imply a more private process than a bus fare. From a mundane perspective, wordplay suggests that a transaction that we have undertaken is ‘fair’.
Generally, a ticket suggests that there is a price to pay for something. A bus ticket would indicate that there is a price for moving forward, as might a train ticket. A ticket to a theatre or cinema may suggest we need to take a back seat and be objective over a part of our […]
To lose a library pass suggests that we have not been careful to keep our knowledge up to date. To lose a bus or travel pass signifies that we have not planned our next moves carefully. To pass an examination or interview means that we have worked hard and well enough to have gained approval.
By association with the winged chariot, the aeroplane represents a spiritual journey. However as more and more people use this form of transport, the aeroplane can simply suggest the need for quick action or change of circumstance. Like the bus, it can represent a group purpose.