rocket

The meaning of rocket in dream | Dream Interpretation


A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences | Tony Crisp

Male sexuality; energy to gain greater awareness of oneself.

Ariadne's Book of Dream | Ariadne Green

Since a rocket explodes in space, it is often a response to sexual ecstasy. It may also mention that it is time to launch your ideas or a business. Your project will take off.

Christian Dream Symbols | Tyler Wolfe

A rocket can be a symbol for a quick and sudden departure from one area of life to a new one

Dream Dictionary Unlimited | Margaret Hamilton

A spiritual warfare in one’s life that must be fought spiritually

Dream Meanings of Versatile | Versatile - Anonymous

Because of the spiritual symbolism of reaching heights to which none have been before, and ‘shooting for the stars’, the rocket represents spiritual searching and adventure.

Dream Meanings of Versatile | Versatile - Anonymous

Psychological / emotional perspective: Nowadays any symbol of power connects with our ability to do, or be, better than before.

The rocket in this sense will have much of the same symbolism as the aeroplane except the destinations will be less easily accessible.

The explosive power and energy available is something to be carefully looked at, since we need this type of power in order to make radical changes in our lives.

Dream Meanings of Versatile | Versatile - Anonymous

Material aspects: The energy that is available to us in dreams can be indicative of what we have available in waking life. In popular parlance, to be given a rocket suggests recognizing that we are not functioning the way we should.

To take off like a rocket means moving very fast in terms of some project we have. Giving someone else a rocket in dreams may mean we are trying to motivate a part of ourselves or that we know more can be done by others.

Dream Meanings of Versatile | Versatile - Anonymous

Gives gender - specific: The rocket in basic terms has a connection with male sexuality and can have this significance in both men’s and women’s dreams. Consult the entries for aeroplane, journey and transport for further information.

Dreamers Dictionary | Garuda

Vision: Watching a rocket launch: sudden changes will offer great and unexpected advantages.

A rocket soaring into the sky: you have very good ideas that you need to put into action.

Depth Psychology: The rocket suggests that you are about to “overshoot your goal.” On the positive side, the rocket is a symbol of ambitious, lofty goals. See Cannon.

Little Giant Encyclopedia | Klaus Vollmar

Courage; fleeing from life and everyday burdens. Sexual symbol. In danger of losing the ground under your feet, or of wanting to lose it.

My Dream Interpretation | myjellybean

To see a rocket shooting up into the air in your dream represents faithfulness in marriage or the winning over the heart of your crush. Your plans or ideas may also be taking off and you are quickly achieving success.

Mystic Dream Book | Internet Archive - Anonymous

Short-lived success is portended. You must build on firmer foundations next time.

New American Dream Dictionary | Joan Seaman - Tom Philbin

1. A phallic symbol.

2. Success is fleeting—usually business, often relationships.

3. Rapid success, usually business.

Strangest Dream Explanations | Dream Explanations - Anonymous

Dreams of a rocket symbolize that you are blasting off in your career, or that your love life is taking off. Also, dreams of a rocket represent that you are in touch with your masculine energy, or that your sex life will soon be exalted to new heights.

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary | Pamela Ball

1- The rocket in basic terms has a connection with male sexuality. What is perhaps more important is the energy that is available to us in dreams.

To be given a rocket suggests recognising that we are not functioning the way we should.

To take off like a rocket means moving very fast in terms of some project we have.

2- Nowadays any symbol of power connects with our ability to do. or be, better than before.

The rocket in this sense will have much of the same symbolism as the aeroplane (See Aeroplane), except the destinations will be further away.

The explosive power and energy available is something to be carefully looked at, since we need this type of power in order to make radical changes in our lives.

3- Because of the spiritual symbolism of reaching heights to which none have been before, the rocket represents spiritual searching and adventure.

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation | Gustavus Hindman Miller

To see a rocket ascending in your dream, foretells sudden and unexpected elevation, successful wooing, and faithful keeping of the marriage vows.

To see them falling, unhappy unions may be expected.

The Bedside Dream Dictionary | Silvana Amar

Straight and speedy travel toward goal, desire

The Complete Dream Book | Gillian Holloway

A rocket soaring into the evening sky is a dream of success in business and love.

The Fabric of Dream | Katherine Taylor Craig

A dream denoting momentary triumph (Gypsy). See old proverb of “going up like a rocket and coming down like a stick/’



Rocket | Dream Interpretation

Keywords of this dream: Rocket

Dream Meanings of Versatile

There is an excess of spiritual emotion, which needs to be channelled properly in order to prevent it shooting off in all directions. Various fireworks may have specific significances.

The catherine wheel signifies the martyrdom of st catherine of sienna, so in dreams could represent oppression of the feminine, while the rocket suggests aiming for the unknown.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

Strangest Dream Explanations

If you live in America and you dream of the 4th of July, then this represents independence, freedom, interdependence, and the passion to live your dreams.

If you see skyrockets in your dreams, then you are in love or lust and/or are having a burst of creativity. See Fireworks.... Strangest Dream Explanations

Strangest Dream Explanations

If you dream of speaking a language you are learning, then your learning is becoming expedited. Also, if you dream of speaking the language of a field of study that is foreign to you, such as physics, rocket science, or Windows XP, then this demonstrates the intelligence and wisdom of your mind, and that you are realizing that you are connected to the one mind.... Strangest Dream Explanations

Dream Symbols and Analysis

To dream of a ship launching from the wharf or pier implies the birth of an exciting project or news of an actual pregnancy.

To dream that you are attending a rocket launch indicates a dream coming true and cautions dedication and focus to keep grounded.

To be at your own book launch may symbolize the beginning of a new chapter in your career.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

In most ancient cultures, consider­ation and even veneration of dreams played a great pan. Some groups felt that dream life was more real and imponant than waking life. Not only were dreams looked to for information about hunting (Eskimo groups), but also for ways of healing physical and psychological ills (Greek dream temples) and insights into the medicinal properties of herbs, barks and clays (African tribal witchdoctors). Common to most of these groups, and evident in the Old Testament, was also the sense that through dreams one had awareness of the transcendental or supersensible. St Peter’s dream of the sheet and unclean animals was a turning point in the history of western socicty —as was Constantine’s dream of his victory if he used the symbol of Christianity.

At its most fundamental, the human religious sense emerges out of several factors. One is the awareness of ex­isting amidst external and internal forces of nature which cause us to feel vulnerable and perhaps powerless. Such natu­ral processes as illness, death, growth and decay, earthquakes, the seasons, confront us with things which are often beyond our ability to control. Considenng the information and re­sources of the times, one of religion’s main functions in the past was the attempted control of the ‘uncertain’ factors in human life, and help towards psychological adjustment to vali­ne rability. Religions were the first social programmes aiding the human need for help and support towards emotional, mental, physical and social health and maturity. Even if prim­itive, such programmes helped groups of people to gain a common identity and live in reasonable harmony together. Like a computer program which is specific to a particular business, such programmes were specific to a particular group, and so are outdated in today’s need for greater integra­tion with other races. Religions also offered some sort of con­cept of and connection with the roots of being.

Example: ‘For two nights running I have dreamt the same nightmare. I am in a chapel walking down the first flight of several flights of steps when I hear loud noises behind me. I am told to run, being warned of the soldiers who ride the cavalry horses nght down the steps, and who run you over if you are in their way.

The horses are fierce and they absolutely race down the steps at the same time every day, and you literally have to lock yourself away in a nearby room which is a long way down the chapel. I ran into the room hearing the pounding of the horses’ hooves. It was a terrible pandemo­nium in that chapel. In the room were school children the same age as me and some perhaps younger’ (Maria H). Maria, who is 16, in describing her dream says she had recently been confronted with whether to have a sexual relationship with her boyfriend. Religion, represented by the chapel, is Maria’s way of locking out her powerful sexual urges. Many dreams show that religion, as a set of beliefs, is used as a way of avoiding anxiety in the face of life’s uncertainties.

For many people, the rigid belief system helps them to avoid uncertainty in making decisions.

Dreams also portray and define the aspect of human expe­rience in which we sense a kinship with all life forms. This is the side of spiritual expenence through which we find a con­nection with the roots of our being. While awake we might see the birth of a colt and feel the wonder of emergence and newness; the struggle to stand up and survive, the miracle of physical and sexual power which can be accepted or feared. In looking in the faces of fellow men and women we see something of what they have done in this strange and painful wonder we call life. We see whether they have been crushed by the forces confronting them; whether they have become ngid; or whether, through some common miracle, they have been able to carry into their mature years the laughter, the crying, the joy, the ability to feel pain, that are the very signs of life within the human soul. These things are sensed by us all, but seldom organised into a comprehensive view of life, and an extraction of meaning. Often it is only in our dreams, through the ability the unconscious has to draw out the signif­icance of such widely divergent expenences, that we glimpse the unity behind phenomena which is an essential of spiritual life, i.e. we all have a life, we breathe, we have come from a mother, so share a universal experience.

Example: To quote J.B. Priestley from his book Rain Upon Godshill: ‘Just before I went to Amenca, dunng the exhausting weeks when I was busy with my Time Plays, I had such a dream, and I think it left a greater impression on my mind than any experience I had ever known before, awake or in dreams, and said more to me about this life than any book I have ever read.

The setting of the dream was quite simple, and owed something to the fact that not long before my wife had visiied the lighthouse here at St Catherine’s to do some bird ringing. I dreamt I was standing at the top of a very high tower, alone, looking down upon myriads of birds all flying in one direction; every kind of bird was there, all the birds in the world. It was a noble sight, this vast aerial river of birds. But now in some mysterious fashion the gear was changed, and time speeded up, so that I saw generations of birds, watched them break their shells, flutter into life, mate, weaken, falter and die. Wings grew only to crumble; bodies were sleek, and then, in a flash bled and shrivelled; and death struck every­where at every second. What was the use of all this blind struggle towards life, this eager trying of wings, this hurried mating, this flight and surge, all this gigantic meaningless ef­fort? As I stared down, seeming to see every creature’s ignoble little history almost at a glance, I felt sick at heart. It would be better if not one of them, if not one of us, had been bom, if the struggle ceased for ever. I stood on my tower, still alone, desperately unhappy. But now the gear was changed again, and the time went faster still, and it was rushing by at such a rate, that the birds could not show any movement, but were like an enormous plain sown with feathers. But along this plain, flickering through the bodies themselves, there now passed a sort of white flame, trembling, dancing, then hurry­ing on; and as soon as I saw it I knew that this white flame was life itself, the very quintessence of being; and then it came to me, in a rocket burst of ecstasy, that nothing mattered, nothing could ever matter, because nothing else was real but this quivering and hurrying lambency of being. Birds, men and creatures not yet shaped and coloured, all were of no account except so far as this flame of life travelled through them. It left nothing to mourn over behind it, what I had thought was tragedy was mere emptiness or a shadow show; for now all real feeling was caught and purified and danced on ecstatically with the white flame of life. I had never before felt such deep happiness as I knew at the end of my dream of the tower and the birds.’

Some Nonh American Indians developed the totem out of similar processes. In one generation a person might learn to plant a seed and eat the results. Later someone might see that through fertilisation more food was produced. Still later some­one found that by irrigating, still more improvement was made. No one individual was responsible for such vital cul­tural information, and the collective information is bigger than any one person, yet individuals can partake of it and add to it.

The totem represented such subtle realities, as it might in a modem dream; as Christ might in today’s unconscious. That older cultures venerated their collective information, and that modem humans seem largely apathetic to it, shows how our ‘religion’ has degenerated. Yet utilising the power of the unconscious to portray the subtle influences which impinge upon us, and building the information gained into our re­sponse to life, is deeply important.

With the growth of authoritarian structures in western reli­gion, and the dominance of the rational mind over feeling values, dreams have been pushed into the background. With this change has developed the sense that visionary dreams were something which ‘superstitious* cultural groups had in the past. Yet thoroughly modem men and women still meet Christ powerfully in dreams and visions. Christ still appears to them as a living being.

The transcendental, the collective or universal enters their life just as frequently as ever before. Sometimes it enters with insistence and power, because a too rational mind has led to an unbalance in the psyche—a bal­ance in which the waking and rational individuality is one pole, and the feeling, connective awareness of the uncon­scious is the other.

Although it is tempting to think of the transcendent as ethereal or unreal, the religious in dreams is nearly always a symbol for the major processes of maturing in human life. We are the hero/ine who meets the dangers of life outside the womb, who faces growth, ageing and death.

The awe and deep emotions we unconsciously feel about such heroic deeds are depicted by religious emotion.

See angel; Christ, rebirth and Devil under archetypes; church; evil; fish, sea creatures; example in whale under fish, sea creatures; heaven, hell; sweets under food; dream as spiritual guide. See also hero/ine; mass; masturbation; old; paralysis; colours; sheep under animals. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

To see Roman candles while dreaming, is a sign of speedy attainment of coveted pleasures and positions.

To imagine that you have a loaded candle and find it empty, denotes that you will be disappointed with the possession of some object which you have long striven to obtain. See Rocket.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Spiritual advancement.

The more efficient the mode, the more effective and rapid is the advancement.

The rocket would be the most rapid and the highest traveling. Crawling would be among the least effective.

A train is forceful and direct, but is confined by narrow tracks.

A car is fairly efficient and maneuverable.

The airplane is more efficient than the car or train and rises higher than any surface mode of transport. Roller skates are more effective (faster) than walking, but require a smoother surface and more effort; etc.... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

Dreaming of transportation of any type indicates spiritual advancement.

The more efficient the mode of transportation, the more effective and rapid the advancement.

The rocket would be the most rapid and the highest traveling. Crawling would be the among the least effective.... Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Guns, rockets, knives, spears, etc., depict our de­sire to hurt someone or, if we are being shot or hurt in the dream, how we have internalised our own aggression or past hurts or fear of being hurt; also defence against fears or being hurt.

If we shoot or stab someone or something, we need to consider what part of ourself we are turning our aggression upon.

If we kill or injure a recognisable person, we may be harbouring the desire to hurt or kill that person, even if only in reputation. All weapons can represent male sexual drive or aggressive sexuality.

The situation in which the action takes place: defines what the weapon expresses. Ineffective weap­ons: feelings of inadequacy.

A work tool used as a weapon: our skill or authority turned against ourself or someone else, as might happen if a doctor got sexual favours through his position. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences


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