frontier

Spiritually, as a frontier is a borderland, we have a new experiences and explorations of the unknown ahead of us. This may lead to new ways of living and being.

Psychological / emotional perspective: Psychologically when we cross from one way of life to another – such as changing from puberty to adulthood or from middle age to old age – we need to depict this by creating an actual marker. In dreams, for a frontier to appear it means crossing a barrier within ourselves. Initially a frontier was a military term signifying the front line of foot soldiers, so the idea of strategy and planning is appropriate.

Material aspects: To dream of crossing a border or frontier from one place to another represents making great changes in life, actively instigating a change from one state to another, into unknown territory. Perhaps we are taking ourselves from the past to the future, or causing other people round us to make those changes.

also see Border

1- To dream of crossing a border or frontier from one placc to another represents making great changes in life, actively instigating a change from one state to another, perhaps taking ourselves from the past to the future, or causing other people round us to make those changes.

2- Psychologically when we cross from one way of life to another such as changing from puberty to adulthood or from middle age to old age we need to depict this by creating an actual marker. In dreams for a frontier to appear is crossing a barrier within ourselves.

3- Spiritually, we have a new experience ahead of us which we can use on our way towards enlightenment.



Frontier | The Dream Meanings

Keywords of this dream: Frontier

The Language of Dreams

(see Space, Spaceship) The desire for adventures, especially those into totally new frontiers. Stretching yourself or your spirit to literally reach for the stars.... The Language of Dreams

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

also see Frontier

1- A border can appear in many different ways in a dream.

To have our attention drawn to the edge or border of material can indicate changes we will make in the material world.

To be standing on a border between two countries would show the need to be making great changes in life; perhaps physically moving our place of residence.

2- Psychologically we may need to make decisive changes in the way we think and feel.

3- Meeting a different aspect of the Self and thus a new experience in life.

The dreamer needs to decide if the time is right to ‘cross the border’.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Ariadne's Book of Dream

Traveling down a din road may reflect a difficult passage toward your goals on which you may have to face rock- slides, potholes, or mud if the weather or your mood changes.

A din road may comment that you have chosen a path that is a new frontier in that it is unpaved.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Fruit represents abundance and prosperity. As a result of the seeds that they carry, they may also represent new beginnings. In biblical stories, mythology and literature in general, fruits have enjoyed much symbolic meaning. They may represent sexual desires and the search for wealth and immortality. In order to understand the meaning of the fruit in your dreams, consider your current strivings and psychological space. Also, consider whether the fruit was ripe, rotting or bitter. All of the details will help you to understand whether you have a lustful heart, are at a new frontier, or have missed opportunities for growth and pleasure.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

New American Dream Dictionary

1. An open expanse of opportunity and chance.

2. Frontier spirit; adventure, desire to try something completely new in life.

3. Wholesomeness, recalling an innocent, simpler way of life.

4. The adjective “plain” is usually the reverse; not ordinary, lav­ish, lush and full of vibrancy. ... New American Dream Dictionary

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Modesty, a pure woman or girl (“shrinking violet”). On one hand, the color violet points to emancipation.

The emancipated woman is one who walks new frontiers. Violet, from a language point of view, is connected to the Latin word violatio, which means force and rape.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Our defensive attitudes; feelings of security; social bar­riers; boundaries created by anxiety or view of life—a nation­alistic attitude might act as a barrier to seeing other view­points on history. Our dependence upon our physical senses gives a boundary to our awareness, and a wall may symbolise such a frontier of our awareness.

Example: ‘I went to the top of the turret and saw all the men getting ready to defend the castle if attacked. They had arrows and a lot of men were standing on little ledges on the outside of the wall, with no protection and I knew they were very brave to face an attack as sooner or later they would have been hit’ (Anna R). Here the wall is obviously to do with defending the dreamer against attack. Such a wall might be made out of our aggressive feelings, with religious dogma which might defend us against fears and uncertainty, or from tightly controlled behaviour and emotions.

Walls of favourite house: might be our feelings of security in our marriage or family which give us defence against the ‘storms’ of life. Wall of prison, trap: fear, pain; ignorance, prejudice; anger, sense of being an outsider. Idioms: drive somebody up the wall, go to the wall; writing on the wall; back to the wall; head against a brick wall; fly on the wall. See wall under house; fence. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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