Your boat passes under a bridge: you are on a safe track towards your goal • You ride on a fast-sailing boat: you will be on a fast track to a great financial and social success • You ride on a tattered boat or chariot: y
Symbolic of a vehicle for ministry or the way someone lives their life
Type of spiritual support; see “water”
Symbol: The boat is a symbol of your personality, pan of what you need in order to move forward in the ocean of life!
Vision: Seeing a boat means a trip or a change in life.
If the water is clear, things are destined to go well. Murky water means misfortune or a mishap on a trip or in your life. Getting hit by a storm while riding in a boat—or falling out of a boat: postpone a planned trip or action. See Ship.
Depth Psychology: Seeing a boat in a dream is a sign that your life is about to change. Since a boat usually is in the water, the dream mean that you feel you’re on “shaky ground.” A boat, like the Auto, Train, or Airplane might be a symbol of your life’s journey.
The condition of the “transport device” will show you what your actual situation is. In Greek mythology, the boat is a symbol of the journey “to the other side,” to the “dominion of the dead”—or a symbol of your journey into a new phase of life. See Water.
The boat is a dream symbol for your life and/or business, and the dreamer must pull together all the aspects of this dream to approximate the meaning, such as: the water, whether it is clear, murky, inland lakes, or oceans, was the boat moving, etc., so look up all the dream symbols you can remember and you should be able to glean the sense of your dream. Don’t forget to consider idioms; don’t rock the boat, we are all in the same boat, and so on.
To sail in a boat or ship on smooth waters is lucky. On rough waters, it is unlucky.
To fall into water indicates great peril.
(Ferry; Ferryboat; Fireboat; Fishing boat; Ship; Star) In a dream, a fishing boat represents profits and benefits.
To sail on an unknown boat or to pilot a boat or to give orders to sailors who are operating it in a dream means marriage to a woman from a country to which the boat belongs, or it could mean doing business in that land.
To ride on a ferryboat in a dream means receiving God’s benevolence and kindness in crossing over danger.
A boat in a dream also represents one’s relatives. Thus, whatever atmospheric conditions the skies exhibits during the crossing or during a journey by boat, they will manifest in one’s family. In a dream, a fireboat means dispelling anxieties, overcoming distress and adversities. (Also see Carpenter; Helm; Ship)
A boat in your dream symbolizes how well you cope and express your emotions.
If you’re “smooth sailing”, you’re good at handling your feelings. It’s also a lucky dream.
If the waters are rough, you need to work on this aspect of yourself.
1. Traveling through emotions.
2. Life goals will be achieved.
3. Many difﬁculties ahead (rough water).
Dreams of a boat symbolize that you are floating just above the depths of your unconsciousness and the mysterious ocean of your sacred feminine nature.
A boat can also symbolize your ability to flow with the currents of life or can reflect how you handle commitments in relationships. Consider the feeling tone. See Wave and Ocean.
Boat signals forecast bright prospects, if upon clear water.
If the water is unsettled and turbulent, cares and unhappy changes threaten the dreamer.
If with a gay party you board a boat without an accident, many favors will be showered upon you. Unlucky the dreamer who falls overboard while sailing upon stormy waters.
As mentioned in all relevant dream symbols, bodies of water represent your unconscious, your emotions and your accumulated soul experiences. Depending on the content of the dream, several different interpretations could be made.
The boat in your dream could represent you and the manner you navigate through your emotions. It could symbolize the voyage of your life, an adventure and exploration of your unconscious, or a connection to the people in your dream by pointing out something that all of you have in common (in the same boat). When interpreting this dream, consider the kind of voyage and the type of boat. Superstition-based dream interpretation books say that if the voyage is calm, you should go forward with your plans. However, if it is a very stormy voyage, get ready for an emotional upset (or challenge). ...But O the ship, the immortal ship! O ship aboard the ship! Ship of the body, ship of the soul, voyaging, voyaging, voyaging. -- Walt Whitman
If the weather is stonny and the water rough, it predicts a change for the worse in the fortunes of the dreamer.
To fait overboard from a boat is an indication that you wilt fail in your next business venture.
(see Anchor, Water)
Potential and opportunity-.
The proximity of the ship indicates either how aware you are of the possibilities, or how long it will be before they manifest.
Your health. Like other vehicles (see by type), the condition of the boat may inform you about your physical status.
For example, the lack of wind could equate to lung problems like asthma.
Adventure, and the yearning for same. In Arabia, the Corsairs were people who lived and died by the sea, and reveled in the freedom and challenges the open water offered.
Transitions and movement. This could indicate concern over a forthcoming change in residence or status.
Stagnant or anchored: W brry that your life isn’t moving the way you feel it should.
The feeling that everything is at a standstill.
Sailing without you: Either missed opportunity, or a type of desertion dream.
Life’s voyage and new horizons. Like Columbus locating America, you are embarking on a voyage of self-discovery.
Taking a journey by boat may equate to literal or figurative death, as ferries and boats figure heavily into myths of how the spirit goes from one existence to the next.