Crossing The Road Dream Meaning

The dream interpretation explains why one dreams of crossing the road associating the action with cardinal changes that will soon happen in the life of a sleeping person. For the interpretation of the dream, it is important to consider what the track was, as well as the place in the dream where you had to go cross it.

Miller advises not to rush, explaining the meaning of a dream of crossing the road with cars. The busy track which the character was led to cross in a dream, symbolizes the high pace of life on which the strength and energy of a sleeping person is spent.

Those who happened to cross the road, the end of which could not be seen, Esoterics advise to prioritize correctly. Your plans will not be fulfilled until you clearly understand what exactly you want.

David Loff, explaining in his dream book what crossing the road means in a dream, recalls the importance of having one’s own position and goals in life, considering this an important process of self-realization.

Crossing the road on zebra crossing or a pedestrian crossing in a dream, according to the Esoteric dream book, indicates clear adherence to the plans and their successful implementation.

If you dreamed that you ran across the roadway on red light of the traffic light, this means that the sleeping person is prone to risks and adventures.

    A Modern combined dream book recommends paying attention to the look and condition of the roadway, interpreting what it means when you dream of crossing the road. So, here is what it means going through:
  • forest path – speaks about the appearance of difficulties and obstacles;
  • paved highway with cars – announces the hustle and bustle in your life;
  • dirty track – promises meeting and communication with unpleasant persons;
  • covered in ice crust – warns that a trusted person uses you to his advantage;
  • intersection – determines the onset of a difficult period.

Did you have a dream of running across a busy road? Dream Interpretation of Medea prophesies empty chores and worries. Try to limit communication with fussy people and do not succumb to panic.

Dream Interpretation of Miss Hasse associates dreaming of the intersection of the highway with cars with the dreamer’s tendency to risk and emotional outbursts. You are inherent in spontaneous actions that sometimes end in trouble.

Denise Lynn interprets a similar story in a slightly different way, indicating the need to show grip and character when achieving what was intended. If in real time you are a quiet and calm person, then fate will force you to take a gamble, Aesop is sure.

According to the Universal Dream Book, people who had to cross the railroad in a dream should expand the horizons and scope of their perception of the world. Perhaps your development allows you to get out of the shackles, but fear and insecurity restrain you from taking a decisive step.

Do not be afraid of change, Aesop advises, interpreting why one dreams of crossing the road at a pedestrian crossing. Follow your dream, listen to the voice of your mind – and you will achieve prosperity.

If you dreamed that at night you stand at a traffic light in the car, and the dead man crosses the road in front of you, this means that in reality you should be afraid of conflicts that can disrupt the systematic flow of your life.

Were you crossing the highway on red light in a dream? You should know that no one will appreciate your ideas in reality; you will have to do it on your own at first.

If a woman is dreaming of walking on zebra crossing, the Family Dream Book advises to prepare for the planned changes. Crossing the busy highway at night in a dream speaks of the risk of succumbing to temptation to have a love story on the side.

If a similar plot is seen by unmarried young ladies, according to the Erotic dream book, it promises getting acquainted with a pleasant, but, alas, unreliable young man.

Sergii Haranenko
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  • Psychology and Alchemy, by C. G. Jung (Author). Publisher: Princeton University Press; 2nd edition (October 1, 1980). ISBN-13: 978-0691018317
  • The Dictionary of Dreams: Every Meaning Interpreted 1st Edition by Gustavus Hindman Miller (Author), Sigmund Freud (Author), Henri Bergson (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1577151562

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