Crossing a road

Crossing a road

Uncover Hidden Dream Meanings

To cross a road in your dream refers to the feeling of direction and how you're pursuing your goals in life.

The road means that events are coming into your daily life - things that you desire.

The road can represent your sociable behavior, therefore the course in your life is the road that you are crossing. It can signify predispositions; virtually any path you take, such as a relationship, a business, a new frame of mind or even your own actions is the road in your dream. The size, abundance, sanitation, number of individuals, as well as the actual scenario of crossing the road is important.

In your dream you may have

  • Seen a strange road.
  • Crossed a busy road.
  • The road you crossed folds or cracks.
  • Crossed the road in a car.
  • Crossed a smooth road.
  • Seen someone cross the road.

Positive changes are a foot if

  • If you managed to successfully cross the road.
  • People in your dream were happy and enjoying the experience.

Detailed dream interpretation

If the road was busy then this means that there is something that is currently on your mind. When the street is rotating, moving, spinning or even bumpy in your dream, this can suggest that many things may block you in waking life. To not cross the road in your dream means that things are going to be difficult in life for a short while. To dream of crossing a road with rail road tracks means that you will certainly encounter numerous hurdles and difficulties toward achieving your goals. In the end, you will achieve. The rail road means that you have a greater calling. You might be satisfied with unpredicted results. If you cross the road and you are run over by a car, this means that things in life are frightening you. People may want you to go on a certain path that you are unsure of. When the street is dark, then this means that by the age of twenty-one you may come across as intense and serious, but after the age of twenty-two your character will break out and you will be confident in life. To cross a long road can suggest that your adventurous nature will shine through your work.

When the road that you are crossing is smooth then this can indicate that other people will help you on the path to success. To cross a road that is surrounded by a wood or simply by trees or even a wall denotes a steady improvement in waking life. If you fall over when crossing the road this means that you will climb up the social ladder. If the road is small then it implies that your career will see good results. To cross a mystery street in your dream denotes that you should search for an environment that will give you a fresh perspective. If you meet anyone crossing the road at the other side this is connected to how you feel about others in waking life. To see an intimidating creature over a road resemblances an inhospitable situation or person you might meet shortly. It's an obstacle that you need to get over, regardless of how daunting the problem or the individual might appear in waking life.

To be attacked when crossing the road means that a situation at work may involve other people that wish to attack you. Any explosion seen on the road, when you cross it is a symbol of a volatile situation in waking life, it may have already have turned violent.

Dreaming of seeing someone else cross the road means that you need to go into a protected and special area so you can think about your goals in life. This particular direction/approach could be either be associated with yourself or someone else that is close to you.

To cross a busy highway means limited possibilities or perhaps horizons. It suggests restricted opportunities. To cross a road in a car means that you will conquer challenges. If the road that you are crossing suddenly folds or cracks due to an earthquake this his can depict new things ahead which you have not noticed before.

Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of a crossing the road

Fear, anger, wanting to help someone, relief that someone is safe or saved when crossing the road.

By Florance Saul
Jan 20, 2013