Muck, Dream Interpretation


To dream of muck or dung is generally said to denote good. But this is certain, that to dream of muck is a certain sign that thou shall be invited to a feasL.



Muck | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Muck

Encyclopedia of Dreams

You have not taken proper advantage of your opportunities if you are dreaming of crawling over rough, or broken ground.

If you are crawling over stones and other damaging material and hurt yourself you may shortly experience some humiliating events that are forced on you by others.

If you are crawling in muck and mire with someone, then you will shortly fall into a depression over a business failure.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

Islamic Dream Interpretation

The sea or ocean symbolizes a vast kingdom, powerful dynasty provided no filth, muck, sediments or frightening waves are seen.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

Little Giant Encyclopedia

The zone of the root chakra, where the Kundalini resides. This image may point to the relief of undigested leftovers, problems one has worked with.

The suggestion here is to “let go.”

From time immemorial, the toilet has been seen as a dark and scary place—in dreams, all places connected to natural functions are demonized. It is the place of forbidden sexuality—self-gratification and homosexuality—a place full of danger and frightening activities. It is a place where ghosts and devils do their bad deeds, and the reason why toilets in the past were always outside. It is a place of taboos, of secrets and forbidden things, a place where budding sexuality and puberty fantasies run amuck.

This dream image also expresses the finality of nature. On one hand, it addresses everything that is transitory and points out that everything material will pass on and has no value. On the other hand, it addresses the meaning of accomplishment, completion. It is, again, an example of the alchemistic idea that gold can be made out of feces. In one sense, the toilet is the place where products are transformed. Such dream images almost always point to a necessary change: you must let go of something, while, at the same time, you must produce something positive. In Norse fables, King Olaf warns his guests not to go to the toilet alone during the night, because they might end up in a dangerous adventure with the Devil.

The toilet has also been considered the place of ghosts.

According to Jung, it is the place of the highest creativity.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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