Symbolic of an explosive situation
A warning that an explosive situation is going to take place unless precautions are taken; a short fuse is a quick temper
Vision: Sitting on a box of dynamite is a bad omen, indicating impending danger; be particularly careful right now. Watching as dynamite is being laid: under no circumstance should you get involved in other peoples’ business—things would only turn out to be very unpleasant. Wherever you look you see nothing but dynamite: new plans and goals wipe out old obstacles—but do not be reckless! See Bomb.
Depth Psychology: Dynamite is a symbol of a sudden impulse to develop new projects, set new goals; it might also indicate recklessness (physical, emotional, mental) used in order to reach a goal.
If that is the case, the dream is a warning!
To see dynamite in your dream symbolizes a fast-approaching, major change in your life. You may be harboring aggression that is about to blow up.
1. Repressed anger, rage.
2. Rapid changes in situations in the ofﬁng.
Venting dreams about exploding with anger or passion; out of control feelings that have been bottled up but can no longer be contained.
To see dynamite in a dream, is a sign of approaching change and the expanding of one’s affairs.
To be frightened by it, indicates that a secret enemy is at work against you, and if you are not careful of your conduct he will disclose himself at an unexpected and helpless moment.
A sudden, and rarely pleasant, revelation or shaking of your foundations.
Anger or other emotions that threaten to blow up if not properly redirected.
What does the dynamite demolish? This may be a symbol of something within of which you wish to rid yourself. Due to the potency of dynamite, however, caution is indicated here. Don’t go after this ideal or characteristic so forcefully that you destroy something valuable in the process.
Do the initials TNT mean anything to you? This abbreviation for dynamite has been used for a long enough time that the subconscious may use the abbreviation as a vehicle for its message.
Unanticipated personal expansion or exposure.