Dream Interpretation Crash | Dream Meanings
Any kind of crash symbolizes a big achievement in your life.
The bigger the crash, the greater the achievement.
Whatever its origin or cause, a crash in your dream heralds an important achievement, and the louder or bigger the crash the more noteworthy will be the accomplishment.
If you dream of a crash this symbolizes that you’ve have been falling asleep at the wheel of life and have been cruisin’ for a bruisin’.
If you dream of a car crash, see Collision, Accident and Breakdown/ Breakthrough Dreams.
Dreams about being in a car or motorcycle crash mean your beliefs or lifestyle are clashing with someone else’s. It may also represent a recent shocking situation you were involved with. Dreams about airplane crashes mean you have set unrealistic goals for yourself.
To dream of a crash, such as in the stock market, you can expect to see your investments take hold and grow.
If you hear a loud crash, such as the percussion sound of a drum or cymbals, that is a warning to calm your environment down in order to control your nerves.
For cars crashing, see wreck.
Vision: Seeing a crash or crashing yourself: unexpected challenges interfere with your plans and the desire to get ahead.
Depth Psychology: Difficulties or sudden hurdles are thrown in your path. See Cliff, Falling, Recipe.
Crashing actually suggests breaking up and signifies, therefore, a difficulty in remaining whole or complete in a spiritual sense.
Psychological / emotional perspective: A crash as in a collision suggests a traumatic occurrence, perhaps by not paying attention to detail. Crashing out would suggest losing a hold on reality.
Material aspects: A computer crashing in dreams signifies a loss of information or power.
To hear a crash is to be alerted to an imminent problem.
A clash of personalities; see “accidental crash”
(see also Collision)
(1) If in your dream you crash - in a car or train or aeroplane - this probably signifies that you are in a state of anxiety over some undertaking or situation.
(2) If you are driving, the crash may symbolize an unconscious desire to punish yourself. What guilt-feelings are you harbouring? Guilt and sado-masochism often go hand in hand. Dissolve the guilt-fee lings (which are almost certainly irrational and which, anyway, can contribute nothing of value to life - your own or anyone else’s), and the violence will dissolve, too.
(3) The crash may express a (hidden) fear of mental breakdown, in which case you ought to seek help.