knapsack

Knapsack, Dream Interpretation


The resources and difficulties we carry in life; our past experience or karma; a burden—perhaps of nursed anger or other negative feelings—we cany, our child, if we feel par­enthood a heavy load.

Heavy burden

A need to gel away and be by yourself for a while. You need a vacation and / or a change of scenery.

To see a knapsack in your dream means that you will find the greatest pleasures away from circle of your friends.

An obstacle dream, unless you feel no strain from carrying it on your shoulders. But at best, it means difficulties ahead for a time.

1. Excess emotional “baggage” that weighs down the carrier.

2. Waking dreams and/or desires that are kept out of sight.

3. Travel, freedom or adventure.

Dreams of a knapsack symbolize that you are prepared and resourceful.

1- When we discover that we, or someone else, is wearing a knapsack in a dream, we are dreaming either about the difficulties we are carrying for instance, anger or jealousy or about the resources we have accumulated.

2- In Tarot imagery, the Fool carries in his knapsack the lessons he has to learn in life.

If one believes in reincarnation, the knapsack is also reputed to earn- those things one has brought forward from a previous life. These can also be the resources which one has in order to deal with problems.

3- Spiritually the knapsack suggests those qualities which are external to ourselves, and which we must learn to handle. These may be negative or positive it depends on how we handle them.

To see a knapsack while dreaming, denotes you will find your greatest pleasure away from the associations of friends.

For a woman to see an old dilapidated one, means poverty and disagreeableness for her.



Knapsack | Dream Interpretation

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Example: ‘I am in a strange town—usually where there are shops and lots of people. I don’t know where I am or how I got there, but I suddenly realise I have lost my handbag. I know no one and do not know what to do. When I panic I wake’ (Mrs R). Sometimes it represents the vagina, female sexuality; more often, as in example, it depicts the dreamer’s identity. Our sense of identity is often dependent largely on social contacts and recognition.

The bag, with all one’s per­sonal belongings and money, represents this social ability to get places and cope. Occasionally loss of childbearing func­tion. Idioms: bag and baggage; in the bag; pack one’s bag. See examples in clothes, luggage; knapsack; suitcase. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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The habits or attitudes, or the emotional environ­ment we have created in our life, a baby or our feelings about being a parent. See bag; knapsack; suitcase; example in clothes. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
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