Meaning of Quitting Dreams | Dream Interpretation

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Feeling tired or ready to move forward in some area of your life (for example, quitting your job could represent being tired of your job, ready for a new job, or exploring how it would feel if you really quit).

The idea of giving up, or giving up on something or someone.

Perceiving or imagining failure somehow in your life.

For more clues consider the context and your motivation for quitting.

See also: Interrupting; Ending; Phase or Process; Hesitating; Obeying

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Quitting | Dream Meaning

The keywords of this dream: Quitting

Canal

(Channel; Water passage; Watercourse) In a dream, a canal represents a woman, money or a scholar. Running a watercourse or a channel in a dream means getting married, building a business, or it could mean finding a job and serving one’s family and community. Seeing a canal in a dream also means sufferings caused by a member of one’s family. Water channels in a dream represent servants or housekeepers.

A canal in a dream also could signify a lavatory, sewage, a marketplace, or it could mean a shop. Thus, digging a canal in a dream also could mean prosperity and spending money to support one’s family and dependents. Blocking a canal in a dream means divorce, separation between husband and wife, cutting off one’s blood ties, leaving one’s homeland, or separation from one’s clan. Blocking a canal in a dream also means quitting one’s job or cancelling a debt, or it could mean closing a business. Seeing a watercourse running inside one’s house in a dream means blessings and prosperity. Urinating in a canal or a watercourse in a dream means committing a sin, engaging in unlawfulness or molesting a servant.

A canal in a dream also could represent the housekeeper who cleans people’s dirt, a street sweeper, or it could mean a forbidden marriage.

A dry canal in a dream signifies cessation of business, unsalable merchandise, a dead market or discord with one’s wife, suffering from a urinary bladder, or having kidney problems. Ifone digs a canal and no water runs through it in a dream, it means deception.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Quit

Somehow quitting has a different impact to leaving.

To quit suggests a premeditated action, one in which we have considered the spiritual consequences of our action.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Quit

Psychological / emotional perspective: Quitting a responsibility or feeling is to gain a sense of freedom from concern and it is this sense of freedom that allows us to experience new ideas and concepts.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Quit

Material aspects: If in dreams we find ourselves quitting a job, it suggests that a task we have set ourselves in waking life is not fulfilling its purpose. Such a dream may also be among what is classed as anxiety dreams.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Suicide

Killing off aspects of self, creative spirit. Giving up, quitting, not tackling a problem. Self-destruction. Get your energy up and stop your negative programs. Warning.... The Dream Books Symbols

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Flowers

Each flower has its own meaning but you can say that, in general, they symbolize joy, fleeting beauty, love, and happiness. Therefore, contemplating flowers in dreams may portend the beginning of a new relationship.

If you pick one, this relationship is likely to be reciprocated; however, if during the dream you just smell them you will probably be the one who ends up quitting such a relationship.

If you can tell the color of the flower that appears in the dream the interpretation will vary according to the meaning of each color.

Buddha’s teachings say that every person goes through the same phases a flower does. You may be in the dirt of desire or you may rise up and gradually open up to the light.

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Ending

The ending of a process or activity can represent an actual, feared, expected, or imagined situation in which something ends.

Consider the context (such as whether the ending was expected or a surprise), who or what was involved, and your feelings about the ending.

If you were the one ending the process, consider your motivation (which could point to a desire to end something, feeling a need or obligation to do so, or a belief that the activity has run its course).

See also the specific type of process that’s ending.

See also: Quitting; Interrupting; Failure; Breaking Up; Death of You; Ex; Phase or Process; Dying; Dead Acquaintance; Graduation; Starting Over; Closing... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Hesitating

A hesitation in real life, such as due to: Uncertainty.

Fear.

Shyness.

Insecurity.

Overwhelm.

Feeling flustered.

Feeling at a loss (such as a loss for words).

A desire or need to think things through or figure things out.

See also: Interrupting; Quitting; Waiting; Last Minute; Confused... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Interrupting

A real-life situation or process in which you were interrupted or are afraid of being interrupted.

Perceived lack of respect or courtesy on the part of the interrupter (or whatever the interrupter represents in your real life).

A feeling or fear of a crisis or sudden problem.

A real-life intrusive environment (such as noise, wind, or visual distraction).

For more clues, consider who was interrupting, why, and how you felt about it.

Someone constantly interrupting you by dropping by to visit can represent a perceived lack of thoughtfulness, bad timing, or desire to connect with you.

Being interrupted when you’re speaking can represent a feeling or fear or not being heard or respected.

See also: Quitting; Hesitating; Interfering; Ending; Blockage or Obstacle; Cut Off; Bothered, Being; Bothering; Privacy... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Jumping Off

Giving up, quitting, leaving, or abandoning (such as jumping off a bus full of people).

The end of a process or beginning of a new one.

Avoidance.

Jumping off to avoid a dangerous situation can represent escaping from a perceived or feared threat (or a desire to do so).

Jumping off for fun (such as bungee jumping or skydiving) can represent excitement or freedom (or a desire for it.) See also: Jumping; High; Falling... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Obeying

An issue of personal power or control.

A question of who is in charge of you, or who you’re allowing to be in charge of you.

Respect for the person you’re obeying, their ideas, or their opinions.

Consider the context of and your feelings about the obedience.

(Be careful not to confuse obeying a person with loving that person.

Requiring obedience of an adult can indicate an imbalance of power, whereas love does not control or place conditions on others).

Choosing to obey against your will or against your better judgment can represent: a feeling or fear of giving your power away; a personal boundary issue; confusion; lack of trust in yourself.

Being forced to be obedient can represent: a feeling or fear of pressure to comply (such as with rules, another person’s expectations, or your own self-limiting expectations); an indicator of a Toxic Dream.

See also: Good; Agreement; Quitting; Manager; Authority Figure; Demanding; Listening; Following (Trailing Behind)... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Sitting

Resting or taking a break.

Physical, emotional, or mental tiredness or exhaustion.

The action of sitting down can represent taking a break, taking a less central role, quitting, or giving up.

A seated position can represent watching or “sitting it out” rather than participating.

See also: Buttocks; Watching; Standing Up; Seat; Bench; Setting Down... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Turning Off

Switching something off (such as an appliance or computer) can represent: An ending, perhaps leading into a new beginning.

An intention (such as to stop communicating or participating).

Turning off a light can represent a desire to rest, end a process, or change or relax your mental focus.

See also: Ending; Quitting; Light (Illumination)... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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