Staying with some chill people. It was dark and very quiet as if no one was home a lot or it was early morning. sitting on a mattress on the floor, wedged between the couch and the TV, close to the door. A solid colored dim light came from the TV.
Then I was driving a bronco (vehicle) but the steering wheel was too tall. Moved the steering wheel down and sat on my foot to be able to see over the dashboard better. I was not driving very well. Dodging cars and people until it became like an old school racing video game. I saw the bronco from above and behind it, trying to weave through traffic still, going much faster than the other vehicles.
To dream that you are in traffic, signifies the frustrations that you are experiencing in your life. Things are not going as smoothly as you would like it to. You feel stuck at where you are in life.
To see traffic in your dream, indicates the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Sometimes you feel like you are just going with the flow. Things have become too routine.
To dream that you are directing traffic, implies that you have power and control over the path or destinations of others. The dream may be highlighting your anxieties about exercising that control.
Dreaming that you are in traffic means frustrations in life and that things are not going as smoothly as you would like it to. You feel stuck at where you are in life.
To see people you know in your dream, signifies qualities and feelings of them that you desire for yourself. If these people are from your past, then the dream refers to your shadow and other unacknowledged aspects of yourself. It may represent a waking situation that is bringing out similar feelings from your past relationships.
To see people you don't know in your dream, denotes hidden aspects of yourself that you need to confront or acknowledge.
Seeing people you know in your dream means qualities and feelings of those people that you desire for yourself. Seeing people you don't know in your dream indicates hidden aspects of yourself that you need to confront. Seeing people from your past in your dream, refers to your shadow and other unacknowledged aspects of yourself. It can represent a waking situation that is bringing out similar feelings as your past relationships.
This is a symbol, wide in scope, much used in the ornamental arts and
in architecture, complex and enclosing several layers of meaning. Some of the
disagreement about its symbolic sense may be due to confusion of the disk
(which is immobile) with the wheel (which rotates). There is, however, no objection to the fusion of the two symbols with a view to reconciling the two ideas of
the disk and the wheel. One of the elementary forms of wheel-symbolism consists of the sun as a wheel, and of ornamental wheels as solar emblems (14). As
Krappe has pointed out, the concept of the sun as a wheel was one of the most
widespread notions of antiquity. The idea of the sun as a two-wheeled chariot is
only at one remove from this. These same ideas can be found among the Aryans
and also among the Semites (35). Given the symbolic significance of the sun as a
source of light (standing for intelligence) and of spiritual illumination, it is easy to
understand why the Buddhist doctrine of the solar wheel has been so widely
admired (31). ‘Catherine-wheels’, and the ‘wheel of fire’ rolled down the hillside
in popular festivals of the summer-solstice; and the mediaeval processions in
which wheels were mounted on boats or carts, as well as the torture-on-thewheel; and such traditions as the ‘Wheel of Fortune’ or the ‘Wheel of the Year’, all
point to a deeply rooted solar or zodiacal symbolism. The function of the wheelof-fire was, in essence, to ‘stimulate’ the sun in its activity and to ward off winter
and death (17). It is, therefore, a symbolic synthesis of the activity of cosmic
forces and the passage of time (57). There is, it must be admitted, a discrepancy
between the interpretation of those who see the wheel particularly as a solar
symbol, and those who relate it to the symbolism of the pole (although basically
both allude to the mystery of the rotational tendency of all cyclic processes). The
swastika, being an intermediate sign between the cross and the wheel, is similarly
regarded by some as a solar and by others as a polar sign. Guénon tends towards
the latter hypothesis (28). But, in any case, the allusion is, in the last resort, to the splitting up of the world-order into two essentially different factors: rotary
movement and immobility—or the perimeter of the wheel and its still centre, an
image of the Aristotelian ‘unmoved mover’. This becomes an obsessive theme in
mythic thinking, and in alchemy it takes the form of the contrast between the
volatile (moving and therefore transitory) and the fixed. The dual structure of the
wheel is usually indicated by characteristic patterns which tend to confine geometric ornamentation—either stylized or figurative—to the periphery, while the
round, empty space in the middle is either left vacant, or a single symbol is
inscribed therein—a triangle, for instance, or a sacred figure. Guénon notes that
the Celtic wheel-symbol persisted into the Middle Ages, and adds that the ornamental oculi of Romanesque churches and the rose-windows of Gothic architecture are versions of this wheel. He also shows that there is an indubitable connexion
between the wheel and such emblematic flowers as the rose (in the West) and the
lotus (in the East) (28)—in other words, figures patterned after the mandala. The
rim of the wheel is divided into sectors illustrating phases in the passage of time.
In alchemy, there are numerous symbolic representations of the wheel, denoting
the circulatory process: the ascending period is shown on one side, the descending on the other. These alchemic stages are also represented as birds soaring
heavenwards or swooping down to earth, denoting sublimation and condensation, in turn corresponding to evolution and involution, or spiritual progress and
regression (32). The ‘Wheel of Law, Truth and Life’ is one of the eight emblems
of good luck in Chinese Buddhism. It illustrates the way of escape from the
illusory world (of rotation) and from illusions, and the way towards the ‘Centre’
(5). The wheel which is divided up into sectors by radii drawn from its outer
perimeter to the circumference of an inner circle, is a graphic symbol sometimes
seen in water-marks of mediaeval times over a plant-stem located between the
horns of an ox (symbolizing sacrifice); Bayley opines that this wheel represents
the ‘communion of saints’, or the reunion of the faithful in the mystic Centre (4).
René Guénon says, in relation to Taoist doctrine, that the chosen one, the sage,
invisible at the centre of the wheel, moves it without himself participating in the
movement and without having to bestir himself in any way. He quotes, among
others, the following Taoist passages: ‘The sage is he who has attained the central
point of the Wheel and remains bound to the “Unvarying Mean”, in indissoluble
union with the Origin, partaking of its immutability and imitating its non-acting
activity’; ‘He who has reached the highest degree of emptiness, will be secure in
repose. To return to the root is to enter into the state of repose’, that is, to throw
off the bonds of things transitory and contingent (25).
To dream that it is dim, indicates that you are lacking clarity in a waking situation. You need to shed some light or perspective on the issue. Alternatively, the dream may be a metaphor for someone who is dumb or stupid.
To dream that you are in school, signifies feelings of inadequacy and childhood insecurities that have never been resolved. It may relate to anxieties about your performance and abilities. If you are still in school and dream about school, then the dream may just be a reflection of your daily life and has no special significance.
Alternatively, a dream that takes place in school may be a metaphor for the lessons that you are learning from your waking life. You may be going through a "spiritual learning" experience.
To dream that you are looking for a school, suggests that you need to expand your knowledge and learning. To dream that you are at a new school, means that you are feeling out of place in some situation. Or perhaps there is a new lesson that you need to learn.
To dream that your childhood school is in ruins, suggests that you are dwelling on some unresolved childhood issue. Alternatively, the dream represents the passage of time. You need to look toward the future instead of reliving the past.
To dream of attending school, indicates distinction in literary work. If you think you are young and at school as in your youth, you will find that sorrow and reverses will make you sincerely long for the simple trusts and pleasures of days of yore.
To dream of teaching a school, foretells that you will strive for literary attainments, but the bare necessities of life must first be forthcoming.
To visit the schoolhouse of your childhood days, portends that discontent and discouraging incidents overshadows the present.
Dreaming that you are in school means feelings of inadequacy and childhood insecurities that have never been resolved. It may relate to anxieties about performance and abilities. You may also be going through a "spiritual learning" experience. If you are still in school and dream about school, then it will naturally serve as a backdrop to your dream world. Alternatively, a dream that takes place in school may be a metaphor for the lessons that you are learning from your waking life.
This dream may be interpreted on several different levels. If you are the student you may be feeling inadequate or lack self-confidence. Either way, going to school or attending class in a dream is your unconscious reminder that there is a need for new learning and that you may have not learned an important lesson. School may not always be a positive experience, but it is always necessary. Ask yourself what do you need to learn more about? If you were a teacher in your dream, you may be dealing with issues of authority. From a spiritual point of view, some believe that in the dream state an individual may travel to an inner plane or the spiritual realm, where they can attend classes that assist in spiritual growth and development.
To dream of seeing cars, denotes journeying and changing in quick succession. To get on one shows that travel which you held in contemplation will be made under different auspices than had been calculated upon.
To miss one, foretells that you will be foiled in an attempt to forward your prospects.
To get off of one, denotes that you will succeed with some interesting schemes which will fill you with self congratulations.
To dream of sleeping-cars, indicates that your struggles to amass wealth is animated by the desire of gratifying selfish and lewd principles which should be mastered and controlled.
To see street-cars in your dreams, denotes that some person is actively interested in causing you malicious trouble and disquiet.
To ride on a car, foretells that rivalry and jealousy will enthrall your happiness.
To stand on the platform of a street-car while it is running, denotes you will attempt to carry on an affair which will be extremely dangerous, but if you ride without accident you will be successful.
If the platform is up high, your danger will be more apparent, but if low, you will barely accomplish your purpose.
In all probability, the foot is to be taken as an ambivalent symbol. For
Jung, it is what confirms Man’s direct relationship with the reality of the earth,
and he considers that it is frequently phallic in significance (31). Ania Teillard
points out that, like the hand, it is an essential part of the body and the support
of one’s entire person; she recalls that in the mythology of a number of countries
the rays of the sun are compared with the feet, as witness the figure of the
swastika (56). But Diel makes the revolutionary assertion that the foot is a
symbol of the soul, possibly because it serves as the support of the body in the
sense of keeping man upright. He quotes examples which show that, in Greek
legends, lameness usually symbolizes some defect of the spirit—some essential
blemish. Jung corroborates this, observing that Hephaestus, Wieland the Blacksmith and Mani all had deformed feet (31). May it not be that certain talents are
given to men to compensate for some physical defect? Schneider has indicated the
heel as the ‘area of vulnerability and of attack’ in the foot. It is the heel that
scotches the serpent or that is wounded by it (as with Achilles, Sigurd, Krishna)
(50). According to Aigremont, ‘the shoe, like the foot and the footprint, has also
a funereal implication. In a sense, a dying man “is going away”. There is no evidence of his going away save his last footmarks. This sombre symbolism is
illustrated, possibly, in the monuments characteristic of the Roman Empire, and,
beyond question, in primitive Christian art. . . .’ (And also, we might add, in
Gothic art. The passage is quoted by Stekel.)
To dream that you injured or hurt your foot, signifies a lack of progress, freedom, and independence. Alternatively, the dream suggests that you have taken a step in the wrong direction. In particular, if you dream that your foot is cut by glass, then it indicates passivity. You are hesitant or reluctant in taking the first step toward a goal or decision.
Dreaming that you injured or hurt your foot means a lack of progress, freedom, and independence. Alternatively, the dream may suggests that you have taken a step in the wrong direction. In particular, to dream that your foot gets cut by glass, then it indicates passivity. You are hesitant or reluctant in taking the first step toward a goal or decision.