1. A continuing high state of anxiety, alarm (especially if the truck fails to reach its destination). 2. Good fortune comes after scary times. 3. May be guilty of unpleasant behavior (especially if riding the truck).
A hit is the application of some force, so to be hit by someone in a dream or to be hitting someone suggests an aggression or emotion that we find difficult to deal with. To be hitting an object suggests frustration and finding an interpretation for the object may be of assistance.
To see a train of cars moving in your dreams, you will soon have cause to make a journey. To be on a train and it appears to move smoothly along, though there is no track, denotes that you will be much worried over some affair which will eventually prove a source of profit to […]
To hit another person in a dream is symbolic of anger directed towards others. If you hit yourself in a dream it is symbolic of regret, Jer. 31:19
(Blow; Hit; Lash; Whip) To hit someone with a staff in a dream means bringing back to life something that died away or investigating the cause of a death or clarifying something. To beat someone with a wooden stick in a dream means failing to fulfill a promise, or it could mean lying to someone. […]
Spiritual advancement. The more efficient the mode, the more effective and rapid is the advancement. The rocket would be the most rapid and the highest traveling. Crawling would be among the least effective. A train is forceful and direct, but is confined by narrow tracks. A car is fairly efficient and maneuverable. The airplane is […]
Dreaming of a cement truck suggests you feel frustrated in a real-life situation – you need to make a fresh start.
A pickup means picking up and moving on; the larger the truck, the more power; research colors
If you dream of being in a train station, this foretells an unexpected delay or obstacle to your plans.
1. Power, assertiveness. 2. Sexual intercourse. 3. A measure of luck depending on whether or not the target is hit, usually in business affairs. 4. The emergence of love (as in “cupid’s arrow”).