2. Loss of something.
3. Feeling free of someone. ... cord, cut dream meaning
If a rich person sees himself sweeping a floor in a dream, it means poverty, or loss of a business.
(Also see Cleaner; Garbage; Sanitation; Trash collector)... sweeping the floor dream meaning
Awareness and perspective.
A frequent symbol when your life is too one-sided and you are engaged intellectually either too much or too little. According to Jung, the intellectual area and consciousness are challenged.... second story / second floor dream meaning
According to Jung, it expresses darkness, as in Forest.... stone / clay (floor) dream meaning
If the dance floor is filled, then it represents the collective energy of all aspects of you dancing at the same time.
If the floor is empty, then consider that you need some alone time to rejuvenate, or that you need to make energize your creative spirit and begin making joy a priority in your life. See Ballroom.... dance floor dream meaning
A new look symbolizes a new outlook on life. See Hair and Hairdresser.... hair cut dream meaning
If you cut yourself in the dream, you are being your own worst enemy.
A dream of cutting something signifies a broken relationship or severed connection.... cut / cutting dream meaning
The floor is the symbolic foundation of our identity. Buildings in dreams represent our different perceptions of consciousness. Houses, especially, connect to our sense of self. As such, the floor represents the foundation on which we stand as individuals.
The quality and integrity of the floor in your dream informs how grounded you currently feel.
A solid floor with structural integrity points to solidity of identity. Any type of damage or erosion indicates that there is change afoot.... floors dream meaning
A desire to get rid of, be free from, or not have to deal with something.
A feeling or fear of threat.
A perceived power imbalance.
Consider the context and what is cut off.
See also: Ending; Interrupting; Scissors; Knife; Disabled... cut off dream meaning
See also: Floor; Room; Basement; Upstairs... main floor dream meaning
If many flowers are growing in your dream, this indicates feelings of wellbeing and optimism. The opposite will be the case if the flowers are dying or wilting. Do nature’s simple charms have great meaning for you, with your dream of wild flowers indicating the need for a simpler life? Or do you feel you are about to flower and fulfill your potential? Dreamers picking wild flowers may be turning away from their partner.
Cut flowers are unable to give pleasure in their natural setting and therefore may suggest artificiality and appearance over substance. Because flowers are a symbol of sexuality, fake or artificial flowers in a dream may suggest that those whom you think of as friends are actually showing you a false face or persona. On the other hand, flowers in a vase suggest a showcasing of your inner beauty or something that facilitates your personal development.
If you were arranging flowers in a vase or in a floral arrangement, try to remember if you did so carelessly or with great care. The positioning of flowers in dream floral arrangements can indicate how we unconsciously relate to others.
If your arrangement was artless or careless, you have a casual approach to relationships with others that may leave others feeling unimportant to you.
If you took extreme care with the arrangement, this can either indicate a positive, caring approach to relationships with others or controlling and manipulative tendencies. And if dried flowers appeared in your dream, this suggests that past relationships may be more important to you than the people with whom you are currently interacting in waking life.... wild, cut or artificial flowers dream meaning
A veneer or mask.
A fresh start or new beginning (since a carpet gives a floor a “new look”).
An attempt to control your appearance or the impression you make.
A mat on the floor (on which you sit, sleep, do yoga, etc.) can represent: the setting for a real-life activity or event, or something that’s represented by the activity for which the mat is intended (such as a welcome mat representing hospitality).
An area rug can represent: self-expression or personality, or a desire to cover up or deny something you judge or fear others will judge.
Consider also the color or other attribute of the flooring (dirty, clean, business-like, fun, etc.) and what it signifies to you.
See also: Cover; Floor; Doormat... flooring dream meaning
Dreaming Lens: Did you sustain a cut in your dream? Was there evidence of a cut after the fact? Were you cutting someone else? Was someone else cutting you? Were you cutting yourself? What was the implement or tool used? How badly were you hurt? Was there bleeding?
Personal Focus: The skin is the largest organ of the human body. Comprised of three layers, its primary function is to separate the outside and inside of the body, offering a mildly protective shell for the tissue beneath it. Cuts in the skin hinder the effectiveness of that protection and the body quickly responds to any injury it may sustain.
While a cut opens the body to risk, the healing response is powerful and immediate. As the brain releases chemicals that block pain and ease stress, the blood begins to clot, closing the opening made by the cut. The immune system responds with protective mechanisms that fight off infection. Seen in this light, the larger portion of the experience of a cut is on the healing side of the equation. It is this response that becomes the essence of this symbol’s meaning.
A cut leaves a mark that is the evidence of the wound. Depending on whether the wound occurs in the dream, or appears to have happened in the past, indicates where you are in the process of responding to some hurtful moment in life. Additionally, your interpretation will vary depending on the part of the body that is affected. The arms relate to strength and action, the legs connect to movement and motivation. The hands represent creativity, and the face connects to the persona one shows to the world. See “Body Parts” for more thoughts to augment the meaning you assign this symbol. Additionally, consider that a cut on an exposed part of the body means your wound is visible to others. An area that is generally covered by clothing may connect to the ability or desire to hide your wounds.
The phenomenon of “cutting” is a ritualized addiction where a person deliberately cuts their body as a stress-relief mechanism. People who cut will describe a satisfaction in having an interior experience of emotional pain expressed physically on the body. Being cut in a dream, whether self-inflicted or otherwise, is a similar action by the unconscious mind to express inward pain in an outward manner.... cut(s), cutting dream meaning
Dreaming Lens: Was the floor underneath you solid or was it giving way? Was it covered up? What was it made of? Was there damage? If so, what was the cause of the damage? Fire? Water? How solid was your footing on the floor in your dream?
Personal Focus: Buildings in dreams represent our different perceptions of consciousness. Houses, especially, connect to our sense of self. As such, the floor represents the foundation on which we stand as individuals. The quality and integrity of the floor in your dream informs how grounded you currently feel.
A solid floor with structural integrity points to solidity of identity. Any type of erosion indicates there is change afoot. If there is fire present, the change is swift and transformational. If water is the culprit, there is an emotional shift occurring. If the floor in your dream is in any sort of decay, it might connect to festering issues that are forcing changes within you of which you have been previously unconscious. The discovery of the decay is akin to a new level of consciousness on the horizon.
If the floor is carpeted, there may be a desire to hide what is underneath. The newer the carpet, the more recent the attempt to gloss over what is below. A new carpet is a sign of abundance, but at what cost? Abundance that is created by covering over older issues may be superficial and, therefore, inauthentic. An old or outdated carpet may point to very old methods of hiding. A glass bottom or see-through floor indicates an ability to see beneath the current state of things. A slippery surface may be a warning of the dangers inherent in not paying attention to the issues at hand. A dirt floor harkens back to fundamentals and grounded foundation, but may indicate a lack of refinement or finesse.
Buildings other than houses also connect to your sense of self, but may be representing certain parts of your life. For example, a work-related building may indicate who you are in terms of your career. The same interpretation for flooring applies, but you should adjust your view with the interpretation of the environment in the Dreaming Lens. In most cases, the floor is something that becomes most evident when it is changing. If it plays a prominent role in your dream, rest assured there is significant shifting where you tread in your waking life.... floors (flooring) dream meaning