To the waking mind, sound is necessary – and is sometimes somewhat irritating. Sound can be a marker for the natural changes that occur in focus in the dream state and, therefore, becomes part of the dream scenario. A particularly sharp sound – such as a desk bell pinging – would suggest sudden change, whereas […]
Sound in the spiritual sense is vibration from which everything is created. In dreams, purity of sound is a prerequisite of awareness.
Spiritually the word is the logos, the sacred sound, the beginning of creation. In dreams we can appreciate words of power, such as mantra and the names of god. Also consult the entries for sound and talking as well as the information on spiritual imagery in the introduction.
(Frog) Hearing the croaking sound of a frog in a dream means death. (See Sound of animals)
Crashing a cymbal may indicate one is taking oneself too seriously.
Spiritually, sound repeated over and over induces a change of consciousness and awareness. The mantra is the creation of a sound, corresponding to a name or an aspect of god, and is a creative vibration, frequently used in meditation. Often it is three syllables long, and is an aid to becoming closer to the centre […]
An owl represents wisdom, and is another symbol for the unconscious. In the American Indian tradition, the owl is considered to be the eagle of the night. Dreaming about owls may indicate that changes are on the way. The sound of an owl hooting is a dream of a different kind as this sound presages […]
Crashing actually suggests breaking up and signifies, therefore, a difficulty in remaining whole or complete in a spiritual sense.
A computer crashing in dreams signifies a loss of information or power. To hear a crash is to be alerted to an imminent problem.
A crash as in a collision suggests a traumatic occurrence, perhaps by not paying attention to detail. Crashing out would suggest losing a hold on reality.