One’s prevailing direction in or approach to life. This direction/approach can be either self created out of one’s own actions or decisions or arise out of other people’s or social influence; one’s predispositions; any direction you are taking, such as a love affair, a business, a new attitude; one’s public activities.
Example: My dream is of an eternal journey, which takes a road that turns into a circle or maze that is endless. Behind me is a large fat young man with blond hair. I can’t get along and he catches up with me, I say “We can’t go back we must struggle on.” He takes my wrist. I am trying to hide my fear of him and the pathway, when I wake up’ (JP). JP feels her life is something she must ‘struggle on’ with, but it is an endless circle of confusion in which she gets nowhere. This illustrates the road as a symbol of one’s approach to life. Perhaps it is her fear which creates this sense of life for her.
Example: ‘Janet my wife was cycling beside me. We came to the end of a short road. I said we should turn left, but Janet thought we ought to turn right. We got out into the middle of the road without turning either way’ (Arthur P). Crossroads, deciding which road to take: Arthur’s dream shows crossroads as depicting our many choices. Arthur’s choice involves his attempt to include his wife’s needs.
The size, richness, cleanliness, amount of people, situation of the road shows how you inwardly see either the direction chosen, or the choices confronting you. See crossroads.
Example: ‘Walking alone along a road through a small town. I was heading for a place that a group of people, in a street parallel to mine, were also heading for.
A person from the group tried to persuade me that the right way to get to the place was along the street the group was walking. I knew the street did not matter, only the general direction.
The person was quite disturbed by my independence. It made him or her feel uncertain to have their leader apparently questioned. I felt uncertain too for a moment. Then I walked on and came to an open stretch of ground’ (Tony C). Tony’s dream shows how roads can represent different sorts of social behaviour.
To choose one’s individual ‘road’ may be difficult, because others are so sure they know best. Patterns of behaviour such as needing an authority figure to follow are also here depicted as a road.
Road behind: the past; what you have already achieved or done. Road ahead: the future; aspects of self not yet expressed; new areas of endeavour. Fork in road: something to decide; parting from accustomed way or relationship. Unpaved road, track off to one side: going off the beaten track or being sidetracked. Lane: individual direction. Known road: one’s associated feelings with that road. Running out into road: danger. Going wrong way up one way street: going against prevailing attitudes. Going out from house into road: how others see you; being in public view. Idioms: on the road to recovery, road hog; end of the road; take to the road, middle of the road; the high road to. See track.
Roads may point to the path you are on in life and may present the obstacles and challenges you face on your way to a particular goal or destination.
A narrow road thus can suggest a narrow path on which you have limited choices.
A wide road may represent a broad view of life’s opportunities.
A winding road suggests backward and forward movement, which requires a lot of steenng and concentration. Thus the road may be challenging.
You find money or precious items in the road: you’ll have an easy path to your success • You find yourself lying on a road: you’ll be struck by misfortune
Symbolic of a person’s journey in life or a choice.
If the road is bumpy and hard it can symbolize a rough period in life.
If the road is smooth it symbolizes God’s intervention on your behalf, Lk.3:5
Type and condition determines the spiritual condition of one’s pathway, i.E. Paved, dirt, gravel, rock, etc.; Research, accordingly
Vision: A straight road: you are still trying to live your life as easily as possible.
If the road goes uphill: your life will reach new heights. Going downhill: don’t continue what you are doing right now; you will only lose by it.
A rocky road: there arc obstacles to overcome—but don’t give up; you will make it.
A winding, zigzagging road: you will have to make compromises, even if it is difficult. See Hike, Path, Street.
A road is something you travel on to get somewhere, so a broad road with pleasing scenery and few if any bumps will represent your steady progress towards your station in life and you will see your wealth build gradually over the years.
A narrow winding road with lots of bumps and potholes show that your progress towards your goals will be fraught with hardships and setbacks unless you change certain existing conditions in your life.
The Rom say that a wide, straight road indicates you will find things coming to you very easily, without too much effort on your part.
If the road is winding, with ups and downs, then that is how you will find life: many ups and downs and changes of fortune along the way
(Avenue; Direction; Path; Trail; Way) A road in a dream represents the divine law. Seeing many roads in a dream denotes deviation from God’s path, or it could mean religious innovation. Walking on a side road, or yielding at a fork in a dream means going astray.
If a highway robber attacks someone in a dream, it means that he will suffer from the loss of a friend.
If one sees a ruler strolling through a rugged road in a dream, it means that he will establish justice and pave the way to righteousness and prosperity.
A straight road in a dream represents God’s path, or it could represent one’s true faith in God’s revelations, or in following the practice of God’s Messenger, upon whom be peace, or following the guidance of one’s teacher or shaikh. Walkingon a straight path in a dream means repenting from one’s sins and finding guidance. Seeing many roads in a dream means hesitancy, fluctuations in one’s faith, doubt, heedlessness, or apostasy.
A road in a dream also represents a craft, eternity, the past, aging, continuity, the good example, or the bad example.
A boat following the correct sea lane in a dream means salvation.
A road in a dream also represents a woman, one’s livelihood, truth, or death.
If a merchant sees himself walking on a road in a dream, it means that he will find new avenues to earn more money. Ahidden road in a dream means pride, innovation and selfdeception. (Also see Lane; Roadless terrain; Wending one’s way)
To see a road in your dream indicates your sense of direction and the pursuit of your goals.
If the road you see in your dream is winding and bumpy, you will encounter unexpected obstacles on the way to achieving your goals.
To see a smooth road bordered by green trees and flowers is lucky, symbolizing a steady progress up the social ladder.
If the road is straight and narrow, then it means that your path to success is going as planned.
A well-made, broad Road is a most fortunate omen, but lanes or narrow winding paths should be treated as obstacles.
2. Immediate destiny in pursuit of goals.
3. Good health.
A road lined with beautiful trees and shrubbery promises a delightful surprise.
A rough road, new enterprises.
If you are driving and lose your road, indecision that may terminate loss for the dreamer.
Dreams of a road symbolize your life’s path.
If you dream of the road less traveled, then you are on a very unique life path.
If you dream that you are on the road to nowhere, then your dream is giving you the message to pull over, check your map and reconnect with your inner compass.
If there is construction or detours on your road, then you are overcoming obstacles along your way.
If you dream of a road stretched out before you, then this represents your future. And if you dream of a road that stretches behind you, then this road signifies your past. This dream may be affirming that you are on the right track, and that you are aligned with your highest destiny. Consider the feeling tone and keep in mind that all paths are sacred and end up in the same place.
Traveling over a rough, unknown road in a dream, signifies new undertakings, which will bring little else than grief and loss of time.
If the road is bordered with trees and flowers, there will be some pleasant and unexpected fortune for you.
If friends accompany you, you will be successful in building an ideal home, with happy children and faithful wife, or husband.
To lose the road, foretells that you will make a mistake in deciding some question of trade, and suffer loss in consequence.
It usually symbolizes the journey that we take to achieve our goals.
The road in the dream represents a road in your life. It could be the road to your heart, spirit, or mind. Consider the kind of road that your are on and try to see how it relates to your daily realities.
If the road is straight, well-marked and lit, it may be reinforcement to you that you are moving in the right directions.
If there are many obstacles and the road is very hard, consider your options. See also: Car, Travel
A road bordered with green arching trees and pleasant fields is an indication of a thoroughly happy home life with a faithful and interesting mate and several merry children.
A road symbolizes our goals and the path we travel to achieve them.
If the road in straight, well marked and lit, it may be an assurance you that your are moving in the right directions.
If there are many obstacles and the road is very hard, consider your options.
A broad road with pleasing scenery and few if any bumps will represent your steady progress towards your goal, and you will see your wealth build gradually over the years.
A narrow winding road with lots of bumps and potholes show that your progress towards your goals will be filled with hardships and setbacks unless you change certain existing conditions in your life.