Meaning of Eroding Dreams | Dream Interpretation

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Eroding, wearing off, or wearing away can represent: A process of loss or degradation of something tangible or intangible (such as of communication, a relationship, integrity, or resistance to temptation).

The passage of time.

Usage over time.

See also: Deterioration; Rotten; Smaller, Getting; Decreasing; Disappearing; Depleted; Inferior; Sparse; Scarcity; Descending

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Eroding | Dream Meaning

The keywords of this dream: Eroding

Erosion

Psychological / emotional perspective: Extreme emotion can be very wearing, so often when we are under stress we can dream, for instance, of a river eroding its banks or of the sea wearing away a cliff.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Leak

A leak is a breakdown in the structural integrity of something such that its ability to contain a liquid or gas is compromised. As such, there is a barely noticeable diminution of the contained substance.

The source of a leak can be difficult to find, and unless it is repaired, the leak will continue to do more and more damage. As a symbol, a leak can relate to anything that is slowly robbing you of passion, life force, energy, substance, or some other valuable essence. Look to your life where some persistently challenging person or circumstance is eroding your sense of power little by little.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Termite

The primary element of the termite’s existence that illumines its symbolic meaning is its destructive powers. Hidden from view, termites can completely destroy the structural integrity of a building and are a homeowner’s worst nightmare.

If you see a few termites, there may be hundreds unseen eroding the foundation of something you hold dear. When termites appear in a dream, be prepared to look beneath the surface for evidence that some structure in your life may be being eaten away.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Destruction / Loss Of Control

Dreams of your own death or the death of a loved one do not mean that you or someone you love are going to die; they do, however, require you to take stock of your health and the way you manage your life. Many dream experts believe that dreaming of your own death can signify a rebirth, the shedding of the old and a new beginning. In many cases, these dreams represent being involved in painful relationships or unhealthy habits or situations that have a destructive effect on you. Dreams of actually killing or murdering someone or being killed or murdered yourself in a dream are not very common, but if you do experience such dreams they may indicate deep and unresolved emotional and psychological conflicts that are interfering with your emotional and psychological health in waking life. There is a part of you that feels dead or out of control or there is a part of your life that you wish would disappear. Such dreams of murder or killing can also express violent and powerful rage. What is making you feel so angry in waking life?

Dreams that present you with undisguised imagery—the roof falling in on you, or your car stalling on a motorway—may be warning signals to pay greater attention to the care and maintenance of yourself and the things around you. Other common images in nightmares and bad dreams include: menacing strangers, clifftops, dark woods, alleys, forests, heights and depths, land or sea storms, earthquakes, tidal waves, terrorist attacks, outbreaks of disease, friends or family who suddenly become cruel, dangerous, old or ugly, guns, knives and other weapons threatening you, car or plane crashes and being lost. All these scary images leave you with a sense that your place in the world is uncertain or shifting. You are out of control in a big way and your sense of self is eroding. Dreams in which your whole world is rocked or changed are clear symbols of fear, anxiety and a crisis in confidence. Dreams in which you sink slowly but inevitably into quicksand or are swallowed by an angry lion usually represent feelings of being overwhelmed in waking life. Dreams in which you are drowning have a similar interpretation. See also STAGES OF LIFE.... The Element Encyclopedia

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Decreasing

The idea of less.

Deterioration.

Improving or worsening (depending on what is decreasing).

Minimizing or downplaying.

Becoming less urgent or less important in your mind.

For more clues, consider what’s represented by the thing that was decreasing, why it was decreasing and the resulting effects, and your feelings.

See also: Disappearing; Deterioration; Descending; Smaller, Getting; Size; Eroding; Depleted; Empty; Inferior... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Deflating

Deflation (such as a deflating balloon, tire, or ball) could represent: The idea of “less than before.” The ending of a process or phase.

A challenge or obstacle.

A downturn in mood or events.

A loss of energy or momentum.

A deflated ego or loss of self-esteem.

See also: Decreasing; Smaller, Getting; Disappearing; Descending; Eroding; Depleted; Empty; Scarcity; Air; Breathing; Lung... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Destroying

A destructive act can represent a feeling or fear of: Aggression.

Anger (perhaps indicating that the person isn’t accepting responsibility for their own feelings).

Persecution.

Hostility.

Criticism, judgment, or againstness.

Destroying evidence can represent hiding, denying the truth, refusing to take responsibility, or a fear of blame or punishment somewhere in your life.

See also: Attacking; Killing; Abuse; Enemy; Violence; Fire; Ashes; Broken Object; Breaking; Explosion; Bursting; Accident; Eroding; Weapon; Fight; Denying... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Deterioration

Atrophy, corrosion, or other natural deterioration can represent: Neglect or inattention, or the result of it.

The result of an active destructive force or adversarial action (such as criticism that deteriorates a relationship).

A gradual change or general decline, perhaps of which you’re not aware.

A tendency toward disorder.

A tendency toward the natural order of things, or nature taking its course.

See also: Rotten; Eroding; Smaller, Getting; Decreasing; Disappearing; Depleted; Inferior; Sparse; Scarcity... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Disappearing

Something or someone who disappears can represent: A sudden lack of availability, accessibility, or understanding of whatever is represented by the thing that disappeared.

A decrease in importance or perceived importance (such as a fierce wolf that disappeared representing a threat that has subsided in real life).

A wish to disappear or not be seen, or to avoid responsibilities, blame, embarrassment, or some other undesired experience.

See also: Transparent; Eroding; Deterioration; Smaller, Getting; Decreasing; Depleted; Sparse; Scarcity; Rotten; Powers... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Dry

Drying due to natural evaporation can represent: Loss or disappearance.

Shrinkage.

Transformation.

A process of reduction, or a dwindling supply of something.

See also: Dry Up; Dryer; Absorbing; Desert; Hard Object; Eroding; Decreasing; Depleted; Sparse... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Dry Up

Drying due to evaporation can represent: Loss or disappearance.

Shrinkage.

Transformation.

A process of reduction or a dwindling supply of something.

Something that is dried up, or that has lost all of its moisture, can represent: dormancy or a rest period; the end of a process or the loss of potential; non-productive; the idea of failure.

See also: Dry; Absorbing; Desert; Hard Object; Eroding; Deterioration; Smaller, Getting; Decreasing; Depleted; Sparse; Scarcity... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Fragment

A piece, sliver, or other fragment can represent: Part of a whole (such as one member of a group, or one event in a series).

The idea of small.

The idea of “not enough” or feeling short-changed.

A miniature version, or something that’s representative of the whole.

Fragments of an object that’s breaking or eroding can represent: disintegration, destruction, or its aftermath.

See also: Breaking; Eroding; Size... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Rotten

Neglect, or problems caused by neglect or avoidance.

Shirking a responsibility, especially for something that needs ongoing maintenance, upkeep, or “tending to” (relationship, finances, health, job, etc.).

A person whom you feel or fear has ill will or a neglectful or uncompassionate attitude.

See also: Garbage; Eroding; Deterioration; Inferior; Mold or Fungus; Smell... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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