Dreams can cause different feelings such as joy, happiness, stress, sadness or fright in the dreamer and dream about different natural disasters usually bring about fear and distress. One of such dreams is dreaming about the storm that in most cases is considered as bad ones.
If you see a storm or hurricane in your dream you may feel scared or anxious during the dream and want your dream to end as soon as possible. One point, in this regard, is that all most all storm dreams have bad interpretations but it is crucial to be careful of all symbols in the dream. In this post, we have prepared all possible dream interpretations of the storm in various cultures and religions.
Dream Interpretation of Storm in Islam
The Islamic dream interpreters and psychologists have proposed that the winds which resemble storms, typhoon, etc represent grief, sorrow, and perplexities in real life as is known from the following verse of the Holy Quran: And in the people of Aad, there was another sign when we sent against them a wind barren of any goodness. Such dreams could also be a sign of death and destruction.
A huge tornado or a tropical storm carrying thigs in the air
A huge tornado or a tropical storm carrying people, trees, homes, or cattle in the air to scatter them over its path of destruction in a dream is an ominous sign suggesting a major plague, or a calamity affecting that region.
Stormy wind accompanied by thunder
To see a stormy wind accompanied by thunder in a dream means a tyrant.
A storm of dust
The dream interpretation of a storm of dust is destruction in the land.
A heavy snowstorm
To dream about a heavy snowstorm denotes oppression in waking life.
A storm uprooting the trees
If you see a storm uprooting the trees in your dream, it indicates that the government of that land will mass murder its own people.
Dream Interpretation of Storm in Zhou-gong’s Dream Dictionary
To see a rainstorm in a dream is a good omen indicating that the observer of the dream will be promoted to a higher position.
A housewife dream of a rainstorm
If a housewife sees a rainstorm in a dream, it means that the dreamer will be able to enjoy healthy relationships in her family.
A businessperson dream of a big rainstorm
For a businessperson to dream about a big rainstorm, denotes that the dreamer will be able to make a quick profit.
A farmer dream of a rainstorm
If a farmer dreams about a rainstorm, it heralds that a good harvest is approaching.
A patient dream of a rainstorm
This dream is a good omen indicating that the dreamer will be restored to health gradually.
A traveler dream of a rainstorm
For a traveler to see a rainstorm in a dream, represents that the dreamer will enjoy an unforgettable trip.
To see a tornado in a dream is usually a bad omen implying the happening of a major change or experiencing some extreme emotions.
Being trapped inside a tornado
Being trapped inside a tornado in a dream is an ill sign denoting that the dreamer may be hit by a failed strategic plan.
Someone or something being sucked up into a tornado
The dream interpretation of someone or something being sucked up into a tornado is that a big change may occur around the dreamer.
A patient witnessing a tornado
For a patient to dream about witnessing a tornado, foretells that the illness may deteriorate.
A businessperson dream of tornadoes
If a businessperson sees tornadoes in a dream, it means that that the dreamer should focus on avoiding risks in business practices.
Dream Interpretation of Storm in Dream Dictionary for Dummies
The dream meaning of storm, in this regard, is that the dreamer is experiencing sudden changes or clearing of old structures, like changing jobs suddenly or needing to move.
If you see a storm in your dream, it heralds that you feel an emotional upheaval brewing; destructive and powerful emotions, like rage with ensuing chaos and confusion, are beginning to release.
Being in the eye of the storm in a dream, in this sense, forecasts the still, calm center within yourself where you can find insight and strength amidst the chaos. If you dream of being swept up in the storm, it means that you are experiencing intensely confusing thoughts and are consumed by overwhelming conditions.
To find yourself in a snowstorm
Finding yourself in a snowstorm in a dream indicates sorrow and disappointment in failure to enjoy some long-expected pleasure. There always follows more or less discouragement after this dream
See and hear a storm approaching
To see and hear a storm approaching in a dream is a bad omen suggesting continued sickness, unfavorable business, and separation from friends, which will cause added distress. If the storm passes in the dream, your affliction will not be so heavy.
A hurricane heading towards you with its frightful force
To dream of a hurricane heading towards you with its frightful force means that you will undergo torture and suspense, striving to avert failure and ruin in your affairs.
Being in a house which is being blown to pieces by a hurricane
If you are in a house which is being blown to pieces by a hurricane in a dream, and you struggle in the awful gloom to extricate someone from the falling timbers, it foretells that your life will suffer a change. It means that you will move and remove to distant places, and still find no improvement in domestic or business affairs.
To see dead and wounded caused by a hurricane
The dream interpretation is that the dreamer will be much distressed over the troubles of others.
Spiritually a storm signifies the Creative Power. Thunder and lightning are the tools of the storm gods.
When we are in difficulty, for instance, in a relationship, a storm can bring release. When an argument is not appropriate in everyday life, in dreams a storm can clear our ‘emotional air’.
In dreams, a storm denotes a personal emotional outburst. We may feel we are being battered by events or emotions. It can also imply anger.
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