Airport

A busy airport represents a desire for freedom and/or travel; an empty airport means any travel plans you have will be changed or delayed.

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Airport

In dreaming of an airport we are entering a stage of transition, making decisions to move into new areas of life. It may also indicate we are, or should be, making a fresh assessment of our own identity. Watching planes take off from an airport lounge suggests that we are – or fear – being […]

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Airport

Being delayed at an airport suggests that conditions are not yet right for what it is you wish to begin. We are being put in a position where our values may need to be reassessed in the light of our own – or someone else’s – authority.

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Airport

An airport, because of its transitory nature, is a place for new experiences. We are ready to consider our spiritual progression, to move into a new way of perceiving life and all it has to offer. It signifies the desire for freedom, high ideals, ambition and hopes.

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Airplane / Airport

Airplane dreams usually represent creativity, freedom and health. Dreaming of a plane crash or turbulence means a project will be delayed. Airport dreams mean you are in a stage of transition.

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Arrival

Arriving at a railroad, bus or airport is a dream of the successful conclusion of a difficult task. To see others arrive is a sign of good health.

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Plane

Airplane dreams usually represent creativity, freedom and health. Dreaming of a plane crash or turbulence means a project will be delayed. Airport dreams mean you are in a stage of transition.

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Departures From Airports, Stations, Etc.

Formerly all departures were interpreted as death. Nowadays the symbolism is much more of a new beginning. We are leaving our old life in order to undertake something new. When someone in our lives leaves us, we may dream of departures and the grief that parting causes. In certain circumstances, to dream of wanting to […]

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Airport

1. The need to be free, to “fly” away, as it were. 2. If the air­port is not busy, the dreamer is questioning his/her own actions.

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