Shards | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Shards

Glass

Symbol: Glass represents light, transparency, and heavenly spirits.

Vision: Seeing a full glass indicates your positive attitude and success.

An empty glass promises hard times. Adjust your lifestyle accordingly. Breaking a glass: your actions are the reason for a love affair breaking up. Cutting a piece of glass: the time is right to do some speculating. See Bottle, Shards.

Depth Psychology: The dream might indicate that you are “seeing through” another person or situation or you are afraid diat others can see through you and discover your mistakes.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Porcelain

Vision: Seeing porcelain: an exaggerated wish for wealth and luxury! Porcelain shards: it is not only in folklore that broken crockery brings good luck; it does it in dreams, too. Breaking china or porcelain: you have made a mistake that you can’t undo.

It is time to learn from your mistakes. See China, Fragments.... Dreamers Dictionary

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Broken Glass

Dreams of walking on broken glass, seeing or being surrounded by shards of glass or, even worse (and far from everyday), having to eat broken glass may represent cutting words or wounding experiences. The vivid image in the dream is designed to draw your attention to a pain that you may have been denying in waking life. It can also refer to something clear and pure that has been broken, suggesting the shattering of expectations. Typically, such dreams are linked to personal, rather than career, conflicts.

If you have such a dream, has something in your waking life changed dramatically and has that change caused you pain? If you are eating the glass, this suggests that you are taking in the painful experience, but it may be asked whether you are trying to swallow rather than acknowledge your pain.

If you are walking on glass, consider how your direction in life is causing you pain.... The Element Encyclopedia

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