Mountains and hills represent people, their ranks and positions depending on the hugeness, height and mass of such mountains and hills. The same applies to boulders and rocks. The person who sees such a dream will attain honour and dignity.
To see mountains in your dream represents major obstacles and challenges that you will have to overcome. To dream that you are climbing a mountain signifies your determination and ambition. A dream of being on top of the mountain suggests you have achieved your goals. Mountains can also symbolize a higher realm of consciousness, knowledge, […]
To dream of hiking up mountains or hills is a good omen if the top is reached. If you have trouble climbing, you will have to fight against envy.
1. Problems that must be surmounted. 2. Hope for the future, if one can just get over the mountains. 3. Female sexuality (breasts). 4. Fear of something that is large, such as elephants.
The carrying of stones, rocks and mountains means one will be made to carry great burdens by people who are hard and cruel.
You witness wildfire on mountains: you’re going to obtain great fame and a high position; • You witness big fire burning through your house: you’re going to gain wealth in abundance
Nymphs are personifications of feminine universal productivity. They have an innocent and carefree energy, which is naive and clear. They tend to be guardians of sacred spaces such as woods, mountains and lakes, and often manifest in dreams as such.
To dream of walking in a pleasant valley denotes sickness (Raphael). An interpretation in conformity with the modern theory of physical stimuli, and attributing hills, valleys, mountains, etc., to sensations in various parts of the body.
(China, interpretation of dreams) You witness wildfire on mountains: you’re going to obtain great fame and a high position; You witness big fire burning through your house: you’re going to gain wealth in abundance
A dream of heaviness, fear and trouble (Artemidorus). Thus Kremhild warns her lord Siegfried of his approachirig death. “Nay, Siegfried, I fear some mischance. Last night I dreamed an evil dream; how that two mountains fell on thee and I saw thee no more. If thou goest thou wilt grieve me bitterly.” Nevertheless he rode […]