To dream about a tower means you generally aspire to great things.

We find out what it means to dream about a tower

We find out what it means to dream about a tower

You always strive for high standards of achievement and you won’t settle for anything less than what you set your mind to.

A tower might symbolise you wanting more than what you currently have.

If you were on the ground floor looking up, you may be jealous or insecure of someone else’s success- depending on who was at the top. More positively, you might admire this person for all they have done with their life. You think highly of them because of what they have achieved.

If you were able to climb a tower in your dream, you will succeed in your endeavours. However, if it crumbled or you weren’t able to reach the top, you will be disappointed. Either that, or your goals and dreams are unrealistic and you need to make them more achievable.

A falling tower might also mean that you are about to encounter a drastic change in your waking hours.

Another interpterion is that you need to lay the strongest foundations down when you begin something and you need to make sure that people and the materials involved in your project are supporting you to the fullest.

Looking down from a tall tower means you believe you are superior to others- your ego is too big and you need to come back down to earth. You think too highly of yourself and it’s affecting your relationships with other people.

Consider the term sitting in your ‘ivory tower’- if you were in the were alone, perhaps you are secluded or separated from the reality of your work life. It’s a privilege to be at the top but not necessarily the most popular with others.

A winding staircase to the top of a tower is a reminder of all the hard work you need to put in before you benefit. Consider where you were on the staircase- halfway and fifty percent of the task is done, at the bottom- you are only at the beginning and over halfway means the end is near.

Source: www.dreammean.com

www.dreammoods.com

www.dreambible.com

www.edreaminterpretation.org


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