Repetitive movement of any sort in a dream usually indicates the need to reconsider our actions, to look at what we are doing and perhaps to express ourselves in a different way. On a psychological level, jumping up and down in a dream may indicate being caught up in a situation without having the power […]
When we first set out on the journey of discovery that makes us grow into capable human beings, we often need clarification of the way that we must undertake the journey. In dreams this often appears as a map, whether this is an old-fashioned map denoting perhaps out-of-date information, or a computer-generated one symbolizing that […]
At first glance a crab seems to be a very negative dream symbol. It could represent a “crabby” or unpleasant personality. The claws could be symbolic of a clinging and hurtful person, or a side of your own personality. There may be too much dependence, clinging and forcefulness in your life. The crab may also […]
If you dream of being in a train station, this foretells an unexpected delay or obstacle to your plans.
These usually indicate how we deal with information. For instance, a lift going down would suggest going down into the subconscious, while a lift going up would be moving towards the spiritual or cosmic concerns. In the sleep state we are thought to leave our physical bodies behind, so, descending in a lift and getting […]
Dreaming of going down into a valley can have the same significance as going downstairs – that is, going down into the subconscious or unknown parts of ourselves. The result of this can be two-fold, sometimes depression and gloominess and sometimes finding new areas of productiveness.
Steps in dreams almost invariably suggest an effort made to succeed. Going up steps suggests trying to make things better and improve them, whereas going down means going either into the past or the subconscious.
If you dream of railroads, you will make a journey to visit friends and be gladly met. To see an obstruction on railroad tracks, suggests you have done something you’re sorry about. To walk along the rails, suggests you will gain much happiness by the skillful handling of your social affairs. Also see “Train.”
1. New beginning. 2. Admission to pleasurable activities. 3. Journeys to come shortly (train or plane tickets).
1. Anxiety, often related to travel or temporary separation from loved ones. 2. Reverse: an improvement of circumstances on the way. 3. Fears or concerns regarding path in life or goals (travel disaster, especially involving a train).