Tied by what is holding us back from expressing; strength turned against oneself. Tying someone else: restraints we use to hold back particular parts of our feelings or drives; sometimes sexuality.
A rope may represent the need to rescue or to be rescued. It signifies giving help. Rope may also mention that you are walking a tightrope and could take a fall easily. Used for hanging, it may represent feelings of persecution or punishment.
You are tied up by a rope: your longevity is guaranteed
To be tied up in a dream may symbolize sin, Prov. 5:22.
A three cord rope symbolizes strength, Eccl. 4:12
Figurative of bondage; see “bound”
A rope, as in a mountaineer’s rope, can offer security and also a sense of spiritual freedom. As a noose, such as a hangman’s noose, it may suggest despair and possibly our attitude to death.
Psychological / emotional perspective: If we are tied to the rope, something is holding us back from expressing ourselves. Being tied by a rope to something or someone else means we are bound to them and need to look at the ties that bind us – what holds us together. We should look at the limitations of that particular relationship and how much mutual freedom there is.
Material aspects: A rope can suggest strength and power, though the power can turn against us.
A rope and pulley suggests using the forces of weight to help us; a frayed rope signifies a lack of care.
If the rope is made of an unusual substance such as hair or material, or is fashioned in a strange way, this will be a representation of the uniqueness of the bonds we have.
To see and / or handle rope signifies you will be in a position to make several very useful friends.
If there are knots in the rope, you will have a few problems but will overcome them.
If you cut a rope, you will sever what could be a very useful relationship.
(Cable; Hawser) In a dream, a rope represents an agreement, a promise, or a covenant.
A rope which is extended down from the heavens in a dream represents God’s Book. However, a rope in adream also represents rank, respect and prosperity, or it could mean deception, misleading others, or sorcery. Holding to a rope in one’s dream represents one’s strict adherence to God’s path.
If the rope is made from fibers in the dream, it means that the one holding it is a rough person.
If it is made from leather in the dream, then it represents a bloody person.
If the rope is made from wool in the dream, then it represents a religious person. Twisting a rope in a dream means going on a trip. Twisting it around one’s own neck in the dream means getting married. Throwing it over one’s shoulders in the dream means an important appointment resulting from a business trip. Twisting one’s beard to make a rope out of it in a dream means perjury, receiving a bribe and giving a false testimony. Twisting a rope, making one, or measuring it in a dream means travels. Attaching a rope to a wooden stick or a staff in a dream means indulging in an evil act, or engaging in sorcery. (Also see Cable)
To see ropes in your dream, represents some connection or a way to hold things together.
To dream that you are walking on a rope, suggests that you will engage in a doubtful investment or deal, but it will prove to be successful.
To dream that you are climbing up a rope, indicates your determination to succeed and overcome adversity. It may also represent your climb to the top.
If you are climbing down a rope, you are experiencing disappointments in some situation.
To dream that you are tied up in ropes, signifies that you will let your heart guide you - against your better judgment.
1. Social “ties.” 2. Approaching difﬁculties regarding business affairs.
Dreams of a rope either signify that you are learning and exploring a new dimension of your being and learning the ropes.
A rope signifies a strong connection between you and someone else.
If you dream of being tied in a rope, then you are feeling confined, stuck, and are holding back your true feelings. Also, consider the condition of the rope, which reflects the strength of your connection.
If you are walking on a tight rope, then your partnership is in a very precarious situation. See Chord or Tightrope.
also see Hanging and .Noose
1- A rope can suggest strength and power, though the power can turn against us.
A rope and pulley suggests using the forces of weight lo help us.
If the rope is made of an unusual substance, such as hair or material, there is a special bond or necessity which requires the qualities that that substance has.
2- If we are tied to the rope, something is holding us back from expressing ourselves. Being tied by a rope to something else means we need to look at the relationship between us and what we are tied to. We should look at the limitations of that relationship.
3- A rope can offer security, and also freedom. As a noose it suggests despair and possibly death.
(see Knot, Ties, Web) A surprising escape (e.g., the “rope trick”).
Climbing a rope can be a type of ascent dream, whereas descending a rope reflects movement into the lower self—matters of a more physical or primal nature.
Walking a tightrope reflects finding yourself on a very fine edge between what’s expected of you, and what you feel you can accomplish effectively. Alternatively, this can represent balancing fact and faith, or the beliefs of others against your own conscience.
A jumping rope may symbolize the voice of your inner child. Alternatively, it can reflect a restless spirit who finds that wanderlust often leads nowhere.
Being tied up by a rope may be a type of obstacle or cage dream.
General Meaning: Rope, like chain, speaks of bondage and of being restricted. In a positive context though, it is a picture of strength and security. (As in the threefold cord that cannot be broken) • Positive: To dream of being tied to your spouse or to someone you love speaks of unity with the Lord.
• A ship is tied to the dock with a rope, representing security.
• A threefold cord speaks of strength and unity. It can be a very positive thing if it is tying a couple together in marriage.
• I recall a vision when my husband Craig and I were receiving ministry about being married. Apostle Les saw a vision of us tied together with strong ropes that could not be broken.
• Because my parents had been divorced, I feared the same thing in my own life.
The Lord made me a strong promise that I had nothing to fear. I am glad to say that our marriage is going stronger than ever! • With my husband, myself and the Lord, we are a picture of a threefold cord that could not be broken.
• Ecclesiastes 4:12 And if a one is overwhelmed, two can stand together; a threefold cord is not quickly broken.
To dream of having your hands tied is a picture of being restricted and unable to do the things you need to do.
• Being tied by rope to something could also indicate that you are being bound by whatever that object or person represents in your dreams.
• Being bound by a rope can speak of the work of the enemy to bind you and prevent you from doing what the Lord wants you to do, just like Delilah bound Samson.
• Judges 15:13 ...And they bound him with two new cords, and brought him up from the rock.
• A rope attaching you to someone else could speak of a spiritual bond that needs to be broken. In the spirit, you might see a person tied with cords that are in turn attached to various people.
• If the people you see are family members, then that rope is a picture of generational bondage.
• You can also see this in relation to past mentors or friends that you have not fully let go yet.
If you see this vision, then the Lord is telling you to let those people go and to move on.
• For more on how to break spiritual links, read The Way of Blessing. See also: Cords, Chains.