Dreaming about Shipwreck meaning

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In general:

Dreaming of wreck, whether is it a car or ship wreck, indicate that dreamers plans are thwarted. He must find out the responsibility of the failure whether of himself or of another person. Wreck is often understood in the sense of ruin. In general terms, it warns of a failure in life. The dreamer should, though frustrated by what had happened, continued to fight through to reach its desired goal.

Spiritually:

A wreck of any kind represents a defeat on a spiritual level. Whether is it wrecks of a car or boat, they indicate in a dream only your fear and your concerns, perhaps something very important is not fullfilled or created yet (unacknowledged?). And also wreck symbolise only great risk. It is a dream symbol that prompts us to reconsider your burdens and opportunities. Exception recognized only then, when you are dreaming clearly in the wreck your own car: it can not hurt, it must be observed as an accident alert.

Traditionally:

European
- To see floating shipwreck or on the shore: disappointment in love and announces misfortune in relationship;
- Also dreaming of shipwreck: announces the failure of a plan, it is plagued by fear of poverty or sudden bankruptcy.

Hindu
- To see: Do not worry, God will help you.

* Please, see also dreams of automotive, ruin, ship.

Explanation & Definition:

Short explanation
Shipwreck is result of the destruction of a ship at sea by sinking or breaking up.

Complete definition
A shipwreck is what remains of a ship that has wrecked, either sunk or beached. Whatever the cause, a sunken ship or a wrecked ship is a physical example of the event: this explains why the two concepts are often overlapping in English. A shipwreck could be called a wreck if the structure is still recognizable or a wreckage if it is not recognizable anymore. The United Nations estimates that there are more than 3 million shipwrecks on the ocean floor.

Synonyms of shipwreck
noun: wreckage, ruin, ruins, debris; plural: wreckages, shipwrecks, wrecks, ruines, debrises.

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One Response to Shipwreck

  1. yomomma says:

    Has to be true I have been thinking of winning the lottery lately . Hahahaha