Dream Interpretation Mill | Dream Meanings
An average-sized picturesque water mill in your dream augurs a peaceful, happy homelife, but a very large (commercial type) mill signifies wealth acquired through the efforts (or ideas) of others.
A sawmill portends upsetting news, and a windmill is a warning against being too quick to trust strangers.
To dream of a miller at work is a sign of a coming improvement in your circumstances.
To dream of a mill, indicates thrift and fortunate undertakings.
To see a dilapidated mill, denotes sickness and ill fortune. See Cotton Mill, etc.
Dreams of a mill represent that you are processing feelings and thoughts; adversity becomes a blessing in disguise when you funnel your experience toward your path of learning and growing, as in grist for the mill.
1. Hard work.
2. Rip-off (à la “puppy mills”).
Working, daily grind, but providing well and success.
(Grinder; Press) In a dream, a mill represents a school, a courthouse, a balance, justice, righteousness, benefits, blessings, money, food, charity, or marriage.
The millstone in a dream represents a wife and a husband.
The flour that issues from between the two grinding stones represents sperms or children.
A mill in a dream also means distress and adversities, uptightness, headache, a rivulet, or a windmill.
If one sees a mill grinding human beings in a dream, it means loss of lives and adversities.
If one sees a mill grinding something that is not edible in a dream, it means drought and rising prices.
If the amount of flour coming from the mill is plentiful in the dream, it means lowering of prices, or recovering from an illness. Grinding lupine seeds, henna seeds, potash, saltwort, salsola kali, jojobe seeds or any seeds from the marsh mallow tree in a dream means washing oneself from sin, overcoming difficulties, paying one’s debts and recovering from an illness.
(Also see Oil press; Press; Sugar mill)
Something that is being ground to flour or meal can indicate the disintegration of the ego and false beliefs in self.
It is the coming to grips with the “nitty gritty” of life, and behaving according to one’s true values and beliefs.
A place of honest, hard labor
Process of extracting what is useful from one’s gathered expenence. Can be painful, as it needs intense self awareness, crushing or painful experiences of life.
A mill may represent the unconscious; the machinery will then represent unconscious processes.