Used in many different ways, depending on context. Generally it represents a goal; point of change, release, death. Example: ‘I was due to be executed—what for I don’t know. I was not especially afraid of this, but my most vivid feelings were of great sadness at the people I was leaving behind, and for all the things I wanted to do in life, but would not now be able to. Then at the end I was watching myself being hanged’ (DK). Many people dream this ‘end of life’ theme. In virtually every one of these dreams there is a highlighting of ‘things to do’. Such dreams are a way of deciding what is of most value in the dreamer’s life.
End of path, road: the end of one’s life, the boundary of what one already knows or has done; end of a relationship (especially if walking with person). End of tunnel, cave, finding the way out of a difficult or depressed stage of life. End of table, queue: feeling left out, unconsidered, forgotten; putting oneself last. End of garden, room, road: can be used to show polarity or opposites, as in following. Example: ‘1 found myself alone in the garden at the far end of the house near the stables’ (MM). Here the end’ relates to being alone, as opposed to being in the house with people. Idioms: at an end, end of one’s tether, wits’ end; end of the day, be the end of; a sticky end; dead end, the deep end; end it all, end of the line; both ends meet; not the end of the world; loose ends; to no end; light at the end of the tunnel. See cul de sac. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
Daring; taking a risk; sometimes connected with flying. Jumping to avoid: feeling of threat, anxiety, evasion tactics. Jumping off: getting out of a situation. Jumping at dreamer: unexpected; irritations. Idioms: one jump ahead, the high jump, jump at; running jump at yourself; jumping down one’s throat; jumping off place; jump out of one’s skin, jump the gun; jump the queue; jump to it; jump on the bandwagon, jump to conclusion. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences
Psychological / emotional perspective: When we realize that we are last, for instance in a queue, we should perhaps decide whether we are following all others or bringing up the rear. In the latter sense this requires some courage because our back is exposed. Following others may mean that others take the risk.... Dream Meanings of Versatile
1- A line in a dream often marks a boundary or denotes a measurement. In dreams, it can also signify a link between two objects to show a connection which is not immediately obvious.
A line of people or queue would suggest an imposed order for a particular purpose.
If the dreamer is waiting in line, the purpose of the line will be important.
2- Psychologically, we tend to need boundaries or demarcation lines, and those lines can be demonstrated in dream symbolism in ways which might not be feasible in everyday life.
For instance, jumping over a line would suggest being brave enough to take risks.
A line of objects might signify the choices we are offered.
3- Spiritually in dreams a line can have great significance.
The straight line can represent time and the ability to go both forward and back. When horizontal, the line is the earthlv world and the passive point of view; when vertical, it is the spiritual world, the active aspect and the cosmic axis.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary