Uncover Hidden Dream Meanings

To dream of a bolt it is quite common and could feature in a number of different situations. A bolt in an item such as an electrical appliance often indicates that you have a male influence around you at the moment, and this will provide you security in the future.

If you dream of engineering and bolts, this symbolizes that you must persevere with a project in the near future. If you dream that you are trying to tighten a bolt, this shows that you will be happy in life for a while.

In your dream you may have

  • A bolt.
  • You tighten a bolt.
  • A loose bolt.
  • A bolt of lighting.

Positive changes are afoot if

  • Polish your negotiation skills.
  • Enjoy your family.
  • Appreciate the people that protect you.

Detailed dream interpretation

A bolt found at the bottom of a door is connected to the natural flow of events in your life. It can also signify that you are trying to escape from a situation you have lost control over.

To dream of a bolt coming loose in your hand means that you need to make sure your negotiation skills are hundred percent, as you are going to have to come to some agreement on the salary for a job in the near future. There are two conflicts inside you which you are trying to control.

To dream of a bolt of lightening means that something is going to go your way in life.

Lightning featured in your dreams denotes contentment and wealth of short duration. For a woman to dream of a bolt denotes that you are likely to own a comfortable and peaceful home in the future. To dream that a bolt is on a machine means that a loving companion and submissive children will provide you with joy. For a man to dream of a bolt means that you will have a rise in wealth and status in the future.

A bolt in your dream could foretell the discovery of some surprising things. Having a bolt means that you will find out unexpected things soon. But a bolt can also suggest that some people may be laughing at you.

Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of bolt

Startled. Busy. Confused. Surprised. Engaged. Involved.

By Florance Saul
Jun 14, 2012