Dream Interpretation Locust | Dream Meanings
Negative thought forms eating away at inner harmony; limiting your growth through gossip, negativity. Change to positive orientation toward self and others.
If your dream concerned the white-flowered tree of this name, it signifies general good luck, but a dream featuring the destructive leaping locust insect is a strong warning against risky ventures.
To dream of locusts, foretells discrepancies will be found in your business, for which you will worry and suffer.
For a woman, this dream foretells she will bestow her affections upon ungenerous people.
1- The image of a plague of locusts is so strong in Western thought that even in dreams it has come to represent retribution for some misdemeanour.
2- As a Hying insect the locust can signify scattered thought, and concepts which have not been properly thought out and marshalled. Put together they may be a very powerful tool, but should be used wisely
3- Spiritually locusts signify divine retribution, but also a misuse of resources.
Dreams of locust represent the fear of having things taken from you, fear of wasting time, or of losing an opportunity. This venting dream is helping you to release negative -judgements that are eating away at you and diminishing your progress. Your dream is reassuring you that there is no such thing as wasted time.
1. Intellect and creativity.
2. An unusually destructive nuisance.
3. Phases of life, life cycles.
Your happiness will be short-lived.
Spiritually, locusts signify divine retribution, a force that cannot be opposed, and also a misuse of resources.
Psychological / emotional perspective: As a flying insect, the locust can signify scattered thought and concepts that have not been properly thought out and marshalled. Put together, they may be a very powerful tool, albeit somewhat dangerous.
Material aspects: The image of a plague of locusts is so strong in western thought that even in dreams it has come to represent retribution for some misdemeanour.
A financial burden; one who mooches off others; see “lazy”