12-17-2015, 12:06 AM
A mountain in a dream may represent the obstacles or adversities you need to overcome throughout life.
- Climbing a mountain
May symbolize an uphill battle in some aspect of life.
- May symbolize you are overcoming obstacles as you work towards a goal.
- May represent a fear of falling/failing. How are you feeling when climbing the mountain?
- Reaching the top of the mountain may represent reaching your goal.
- Standing at the summit, peak or top of the mountain
May suggest reaching a goal or successfully overcoming a major obstacle in life.
- May symbolize a higher perspective – an ability to see the bigger picture.
- Descending a mountain
May represent feeling let down or giving up.
- May represent coming down from a “high” and becoming more grounded.
- May suggest the hardest part of doing something is over and the road ahead should be easy going – “It’s all downhill from here.”
- Have you reached the peak and are on your way down the other side? Are there other mountains (obstacles) still ahead of you?
- Looking at a mountain
May represent evaluating a major decision.
- You may be contemplating your chances of overcoming a major obstacle or reaching a goal.
- Seeing mountains in the distance
May suggest you are considering potential problems that may arise in the future and how to overcome them.
- May suggest problems that seem small at first but will loom larger as time passes by.
- Flying over a mountain
May suggest you have high hopes of overcoming adversities and/or reaching your goal.
- May suggest that you have achieved something easily.
- May suggest you are avoiding a problem.
These are some common idioms related to mountains that may or may not make sense in the context of your dream. You may think of others which can help you determine what your dream means to you.
- • Making a mountain out of a molehill. (Making more out of something than it really is.)
- • Go tell it on the mountain. (Preach.)
- • Faith will move mountains. (Belief can make it happen.)
- • If the mountain will not come to Mahomet, Mahomet must go to the mountain. (Sometimes you need to adjust to the circumstances you are in.)
- • Where am I in relation to the mountain?
- • If I am at the top or summit of the mountain, what can I see that lies ahead?
- • How did I get there?
- • Do I know what is on the other side of mountain?
- • How do I feel in the dream – depressed, happy, hopeful, anxious, confused, etc.?
- • How might that relate to a waking life situation?