We all have an inner awareness. The higher self or spiritual part of ourselves will often manifest itself as a figure that is giving advice, sometimes a figure of authority or a parental figure.
1. Something needs to be mended or repaired. 2. Need to penetrate a difﬁculty. 3. Annoyance from a relationship (“needling”).
Having a broken axle on your vehicle may be synonymous with having a broken leg. You may not be able to stand on your feet for very long or move forward again without a change in attitude. Since a broken axle may occur while traveling on a bumpy road, this may reflect that difficult life […]
If you dream of leaving home, important changes are about to take place in your life. To dream that someone else in your family is moving out, suggests that any troubles you have had with that person will soon be mended.
Vision: Looking at something broken or breaking something: your present pleasant situation will take a turn for the worse due to your own actions. Breaking porcelain: the “old” is swept away to make room for the “new.”Depth Psychology: There is a saying that “broken dishes mean good luck,” and that is true for dreams, too, […]
Dreams of something being broken symbolize that you are feeling fragile, vulnerable, and that you are at the end of a cycle. Keep in mind that the places within you that have been broken, that when repaired, become the places of your greatest strength and wisdom. Consider what has been broken. See Break, Accident, Breakdown […]
To dream of something being broken symbolizes loss or damage. On a mundane level, if a favourite object or childhood toy is broken we need to make changes and break from the past. If a limb is broken we may be prevented from moving forward or carrying out a certain action.
Psychologically, we all need a symbol for a father or authority figure (a wise old man) and this is one such representation. In searching for knowledge of a specific sort, we need an external figure with whom to relate. In eastern religions, this is the guru – who performs the same function as the priest […]
This usually represents our relationship with our mother or mother figure, and thus with women in authority generally. This applies to a dream image of any regal figure – not only the present queen, but also a historical one such as victoria. An empress will also have the same connotation.
In previous times, the figure of the devil was one to be feared and hated. Our wilder, more instinctive side will often appear in dreams as the conventional figure with horns and a tail. Once it is understood as something to be confronted, as something belonging to all of us, the devil loses its potency.