Riding, Dream Interpretation

Idioms: along for the ride; a rough ride; ride some­thing out; let it ride; ride roughshod; take somebody for a ride; riding high. See car; horse.

The act of riding a horse may represent moving forward with your personal power to your destination. It may comment on being valiant or on taking the hero or heroine’s journey to spintual fulfillment. Riding as a passenger in a car may mention that you are allowing others to control the direction of your life. Riding in the back of a pickup truck may point to being taken for a ride or taken away from your own will.

Vision: Riding on a Horse: you are too vain and ambitious. Riding a Donkey: yon are making fim of others unfairly. Riding on a Camel: you are pursuing your goals with patience and poise. Riding on an Elephant: you can look forward to a pleasant adventure. Riding on a Cow: you don’t quite know where you want to go or what you want to do.

Depth Psychology: Riding might indicate your sexual desires, or a conscious effort to guide and control those desires.

It is a fortunate omen to dream that you are Riding a horse, unless the animal is out of control or throws you.

A dream of riding is considered unlucky. Sometimes associated with illness such as seasickness, the result of motion. All dreams of riding, flying, and climbing are rated as a desire for mating, the natural instinct of the sexes, however, they can be translated as motivation dreams that lead to companionship or a union of minds toward one purpose.

It is a sign of general good fortune to dream that you are riding horseback with one of the opposite sex.

A dream of good fortune (Raphael). An erotic dream (Freud, Jung). Legends and tradition generally justify Raphael’s interpretation.

Riding | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Riding

Gypsy Dream Dictionary

To dream of going horseback riding means that you will enjoy pleasure at the price of your good name.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

My Dream Interpretation

To dream of riding (or sitting on) a horse foretells a coming rise in your status. You might become more popular, win a contest, or get a promotion at work. However, if you were thrown (or fell off) the horse, you will have to cope with a rival who is out to foil your plans.

If you dreamed of having any difficulties with the horse’s saddle, pay more careful attention to your personal affairs. Some change to your current plans might work in your favor.... My Dream Interpretation

New American Dream Dictionary

1. Sexual intercourse.

2. Feelings of control—often in life, frequently in relationships.

3. The means or route to success in business, wealth.

3. Social mobility (to ride a horse). ... New American Dream Dictionary

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Controlled (reigned-in) eroticism and energy, power, and movement.

According to Jung, a symbol for intercourse, especially in women’s dreams.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Riding a camel means that a journey is to be undertaken.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Riding a lion and directing it to go wherever one pleases means one will soon be endowed with power and one’s enemy will soon be subdued.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

Islamic Dream Interpretation

One will attain dignity, honour and happiness.

A strong and powerful opponent will be subdued.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

Islamic Dream Interpretation

He will gain victory over his enemy in battle.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

To attend a riding school, foretells some friend will act falsely by you, but you will throw off the vexing influence occasioned by it.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

New American Dream Dictionary

1. Social mobility, usually upward.

2. More “life les­sons” are needed, loss of direction.

3. A friend may not be what he/she appears. ... New American Dream Dictionary

Little Giant Encyclopedia

Being carried away by emotions (Water), being transported by and giving in to the existing Rhythm. See Sailboat. Here the power of the Winds, as well as the intellect, is used for moving forward. This is also often an expression of fear about going under, in the sense that the Head would be submerged under Water (similar to fear of emotional chaos, as in Swamp). This is also a sexual and virility symbol (“Surfers do it standing up”). See Captain, Admiral.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
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