Because many people associate the cane with some form of punishment or sadism, it can represent self-punishment, or masochism. It is more likely; however, that we arc trying to come to terms with some form of childhood trauma.
Because a cane also represents pliability, we may be trying to achieve a balance between our willingness and our unwillingness to acccpt a situation.
(material aspects) Because many people associate the cane with some form of punishment or sadism, it can represent self-punishment or masochism. It is more likely, however, that we are trying to come to terms with some form of childhood trauma. Also consult the entry for staff.
To hear the roar and see a hurricane heading towards you with its frightful force, you will undergo torture and suspense, striving to avert failure and ruin in your affairs.
If you are in a house which is being blown to pieces by a hurricane, and you struggle in the awful gloom to extricate some one from the falling timbers, your life will suffer a change. You will move and remove to distant places, and still find no improvement in domestic or business affairs.
If you dream of looking on de’bris and havoc wrought by a hurricane, you will come close to trouble, which will be averted by the turn in the affairs of others.
To see dead and wounded caused by a hurricane, you will be much distressed over the troubles of others.
Dreaming about hurricanes usually suggests that the dreamer is going through sudden and unpleasant changes in his life. It indicates that there is an emotional storm in the dreamer’s life or on the horizon. Old dream interpretation books consider hurricane dreams to be dreams of warning and recommend that the dreamer does not take any unnecessary risks. Additionally, if you are uncertain about doing something, don’t do anything at all! See also: Disasters
Dreaming about being in a hurricane, or if a hurricane is approaching, usually suggests that the dreamer is going through sudden and unpleasant changes in his life. It indicates that there is an emotional storms in the dreams life, or on the horizon. Traditionally, hurricane dreams are dreams of warning, and you’re recommended to not take any unnecessary risks. Additionally, if you are uncertain about doing something, don’t do anything at all.
1- When we experience a hurricane in a dream, we are sensing the force of an element in our lives which is beyond our control. We may feel we arc being swept along by circumstances or possibly someone’s passion and are powerless to resist.
2- A hurricane can represent the power of our own passion, or passionate belief, which picks us up and carries us along. We may not know how to handle the results of that passion, and feel it could be disastrous for others.
3- The intensity of our spiritual belief is depicted here dependant on the other circumstances in the dream.
A storm of high velocity that can create a great deal of destruction, a hurricane in a dream is often a response to an extreme emotional situation or trauma in your life, which can leave you with a great deal of emotional debris to cope with. It may reflect extreme moodiness.
Vision: Watching or experiencing a hurricane is a very bad omen for all plans, business transactions, and private affairs. Be glad if all you lose is money—the hurricane can do a lot worse! Take this dream very seriously! See Storm.
Depth Psychology: This dream is meant to be a warning, because a hurricane always points to an impending crisis. Old opinions, ideals, and out-of-date beliefs and values are being shaken. Nothing will be in the same place afterward.
The dream suggests you start shaping something new within you now, so that the expected hurricane won’t damage your personality!
Major transformation is in the air. Your entire foundation is being blown to bits. Keep in mind that only love is real, and all that is unreal is being blown away. Your dream may be giving you the message to develop a spiritual/meditative practice that assists you in identifying with the center, not the circumference of life. See Breakdown/Breakthrough Dreams.
Symbol: The rod is a symbol of the power of invisible things.
Vision: W alking with a cane or seeing one: you have a good sense of yourself and should continue on your path—even if you have been uncertain at times. Leaning on a cane: you thought you could trust another person, but are now faced with the opposite situation. Getting hit with a cane: you are either learning a painful lesson or want revenge.
A broken cane: a quarrel with a person close to you.
Depth Psychology: The rod, as a phallic symbol, usually refers to sexual needs and desires. See Crutch.
(Cane; Juice; Reeds) In a dream, sugar cane means toiling and suffering, rabbling, or clamor in the area in which it is seen in a dream. Sugar cane in a dream also could represent a noble lineage, acquiring an honorable knowledge, or earning a spiritual advancement. Sugar cane in a dream also represents chaste and noble women or pious men. Ifone sees a field of sugar cane planted in inadequate terrain, then means destruction, ruin, or archaeological excavations that will lead to exposing the past and exhuming the dead, or it could mean a wailing party of women showing their grief and sorrow.
A field of sugar cane in a dream also represents the ability to hide something, or to redo something, or to declare a war, or it could mean signing a business agreement, a marriage contract, celebrating old times and events, freedom from imprisonment, releasing prisoners, recovering from an illness, or exhuming the dead. Chewing or sucking on a stick of sugar cane in a dream means becoming talkative or repetitive.
If one sees himself making juice out of sugar cane in a dream, it means prosperity and wealth. Sugar cane in a dream also represents money that one earns from a stingy person. (Also see Juice; Reed)