(Ibn Seerin’s Dictionary of Dreams) (See Food basket)
The container for carrying laundered clothes may express your readiness to bring out new attitudes proudly. A laundry basket may also carry those negative attitudes to the washing machine to be cleansed.
Symbolic of carrying a burden, Ps. 81:6. A basket can be symbolic of blessing and prosperity if you are carrying good fruit
A keg, particularly an old wooden one, suggests craftsmanship. If it is full, craftsmanship and expertise have fulfilled their purpose. If it is half full or empty, there is much work to be done. A beer barrel will have the same significance.
1. Financial security (based on how full the basin is). 2. A need or desire for emotional cleansing. 3. Reversal: an empty basin means happiness and a full one can mean disappointment.
Dreams of a grocery cart reflect that you are receiving assistance in accumulating what you need to survive. You are acquiring sustenance, nurturing and support. If the cart is empty, then you are either feeling deprived, or available to become full. If your cart is full, then your cup runneth over, and you are coming […]
(Eggs in a basket or a place.) Eggs represent the element of prosperity, or the fear of depleting one’s riches. Eggs in a dream also represent marriage for an unmarried person and children for a married one. If one’s chicken lay eggs for him in a dream, it means a new born in his family. […]
Depth Psychology: Looking at a full vessel or container is a sign of success; an empty vessel means failure. Might looking at a “full glass” be an indication that your fears are unfounded? See Bowl, Bucket, Chalice, Cup.
This symbol’s significance depends greatly on the other symbols in the dream. If the bag is empty, it could signify financial trouble ahead, but this can be averted with a little caution. A full or heavy bag indicates financial success, and a large full bag implies the attainment of some of your more cherished dreams. […]
The moon is an ancient symbol for a pagan deity, Deut. 4:19. A full moon is symbolic of the end of a journey, Prov. 7:20. A full moon can also symbolize a time for feasting, joy, and praise, Ps. 81:3. The moon may also symbolize something that is established, Jer. 31:35, Ps. 89:37