Sinking ship dream meanings

Short meaning: dream of of sinking ship may convey cheer, enjoyment and intimate friendship.
Psychoanalytical meaning: By Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung explanation of this dream about sinking ship symbolizes nonaligned disposition, soft sexuality, accomplishment and omnipotence.
Approving in the affirmative way reshapings are going on when: sinking ship - This symbol of dream foretells dominance and being a pacesetter. Under other conditions, if the dream was more like nightmare then a dream might intimate backwards definition: an important person could be nefarious and/or unsound toward your character.
Lucky numbers for this week: 5 winning numbers - 84, 26, 30, 35, 94; 2 extra numbers - 88, 21.
Fortunate colors for this dream: blue and black .
  • Water - ...the dream arises from the accompanying circumstances. Most common conditions in the dream about water are listed below for you to reveal hidden secret of your dream: Clean water is a balanced, harmonious state as a condition of happiness, success and love; Dull or dirty water brings unfavorable mental processes expressed that often have to deal with uncertainty, materialistic attitudes, lack of self-knowledge or “unclean” rejected qualities and thoughts; The wake of a ship in water or otherwise disturbed and not calm water announces stormy times with worry and excitement; To see mirror image of yourself or others in the water... (read more)
  • Boat - Association: Journey above the depths of emotions. Question: What emotional depths can I navigate safely? General Meanings: Ship of life Generally boat brings to light, how you draw the “ship of life” due to the personality structure, the course you hold and how you deal with shoals, and storms. The individual meaning arises, first of all, from that what you experienced with the boat in the dream. The following accompanying circumstances can often help with the exact interpretation: A boat points to approaching changes in life whose way out seems a little bit insecure. It should bring us safety on the... (read more)