Dreaming Of Bridges

Since when time began,, bridges serve a vital role in our daily lives. Its principal purpose is to allow people as well as animals and then vehicles to easily and safely between one end of the bridge and the other side.

In dreams, bridges are an analogy for crossing boundaries, connecting two separate parts and reestablishing connections in our daily lives.

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The picture of the bridge has positive and negative aspect due to its possibility of joining and eventually be a fall.

The bridges in your dreams are intriguing images that tell the dreamer about the possibility of success or failure that reflects aspects that they have lived. They are strongly associated with opportunities and falling, discover the meaning behind them.

Why Bridges Are Symbolic In Dreams

A bridge in dreams symbolizes the change from one state to another, greater connection, similar to the rebirth of a person; it’s the conclusion of one cycle and the beginning of a new. In many cultures, it represents what is perceivable and what is not perception (unconscious) or a desire for change or a desire to make a the possibility of change.

If we look at bridges in folklore, we will find a similarity between the dream world and these old stories. It is possible that you won’t encounter devil, fairy or a troll however, you could confront your own challenges, but they are disguised by metaphors and symbols.

The only way to make a bridge an omen of good fortune is when you are able to cross it in a safe manner. But this may happen since the majority of bridges are seen in dreams as damaged or falling, hanging, or falling down.


Bridge Symbolism In Dreams:

  • The transition stage of your life,
  • The connection between conscious and unconscious,
  • The danger of crossing a line is reflected in your daily life as a walker,
  • Confidence, advancement, goals;
  • Anxiety, fears, and emotional issues.

Fun Facts:

In the Koran, the bridge that crosses hell is built on an extremely thin thread which is only accessible to those who are righteous. It is the Zhaozhou Bridge an China is the longest remaining bridge on earth. It was built in the year 605 AD and still in good standing today, more than 1400 years after its construction.

A Bridge Over Troubled Waters

Bridges are typically constructed on the top of canyons, rivers and canals that are often viewed with water in the middle. The sight of the water beneath draws your focus to your state of mind. and mind. The type of bridge you choose determines how secure you are.

Does this have to do with an event in your life which uses the bridge as a metaphor for the concept of freedom, change, or the connection between one thing and another?

Carl Jung saw the bridge as a symbol for unconsciousness and a strong bond when it was crossed. The bridge that you walk across without difficulty is a good sign of success goals, connections, and the freedom.

Bridge Falling

Most likely, you’ll be hung up for life when you saw the bridge crumbling in the dream. It is a sign of severing connections, failures to achieve and anxieties about challenges in your life and the possibility of moving.

The main objective is to get to the next side with a successful finish. What caused the bridge to slide down? In the event that the bridge is on the verge of burning, “burning bridges” indicates anger or problems with your progress.

Bridge Dream Meaning

If you have noticed that a bridge is under construction, it could indicate that you are at an unconscious level , you’re not yet ready to move up to the next stage. The inner work has to be completed to be able to pass.

A bridge that is broken is a sign that the link between two elements of your life must be cautiously crossed.

Article last updated on October 7, 2022

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Mia Harper
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Through SoulPulse I’ve connected with many many like-minded travelers, and I’m eternally grateful for all the symbols and synchronicities my guardian angel and related entities have shown me. If it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t be where I am now.

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Mia