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The meaning of Alarm in dream | Dream interpretation


Caution or warning; you are veering off your path, approaching a questionable situation or relationship. Be aware and take responsibility for what needs to be changed.

The Dream Books Symbols | Betty Bethards

Hearing an alarm (fire, burglar, or clock) in your dream predicts an exciting and profitable time ahead.

See also Fright.

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams | Stearn Robinson - Tom Corbett

As in real life, alarms that appear in dreams are warnings against danger that must be taken into account to avoid unpleasant situations; especially if these images are frequent.

The oneiric alarms can be sirens, whistles, shouts, or light signals. In the latter case, if they are located in a door or window it means that people that you trust could betray you.

If it is yourself who sets the alarm off, then you must take on your projects as soon as possible; situations that could alter those plans may appear later.

The Big Dictionary of Dreams | Martha Clarke

Dreams of an alarm are a message to pay attention and be alert, because something important is happening.

Strangest Dream Explanations | Dream Explanations - Anonymous

Something in one’s life needs attention.

New American Dream Dictionary | Joan Seaman - Tom Philbin

To hear an alarm bell in your sleep signifies a situation that is giving you much anxiety.

My Dream Interpretation | myjellybean

Something needs to be activated; something must be done immediately (a dream of warning or a dream of war). Are you showing tendencies of too great a separation between conscious action and unconscious feelings or wishes.7 It could also be a reactive dream, after your alarm clock has gone off!

Little Giant Encyclopedia | Klaus Vollmar

Vision: An alarm going off is a warning to act swiftly on a present project. Setting off the alarm yourself: you are restless, impatient, and nervous; or you are getting unnecessarily worked up about somebody else’s problem. Depth Psychology: See Signal, Whistle.

Dreamers Dictionary | Garuda

Symbolic of being alerted or awakened to do something, Num. 10:5

Christian Dream Symbols | Tyler Wolfe


Alarm | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Alarm


ALARM BELL

To hear a bell in your sleep, denotes that you will have cause for anxiety.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

ALARM CLOCK

(Timepiece) Seeing an alarm clock in a dream means exposing ills, richness of a poor person, or fulfilling a promise.

(Also see Clock)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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Islamic Dream Interpretation

ALARM CLOCK

Wake up, time may be of the essence. Do you fear growing old? Perhaps you have too many irons in the fire to get them all completed. Important event about to take place. Take caution of those you are keeping company with. It could be internal patterns being replayed in some situation. This happens so we can get it right this time around and repattern these troublemakers. ... The Bedside Dream Dictionary

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The Bedside Dream Dictionary

ALARM CLOCK

You are afraid of growing old. You have many plans and wonder if you’ll ever have time to implement them all. See also Clock.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary

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Gypsy Dream Dictionary

ALARM CLOCK

Vision: If you hear an alarm clock go off in your dream: expect unpleasant surprises; it is time to replenish your energies. See Clock.

Depth Psychology: The alarm clock is usually a reminder—like the Bell, Whistle, or Signal—to be awake and not “sleep through” something!... Dreamers Dictionary

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Dreamers Dictionary

ALARM CLOCK

This mechanism for timing your wakefulness relates to control and preparedness. Since there is often a great deal of anxiety around being on time for important events, this object in a dream may point to a desire to make absolutely sure you are ready for the things that need your attention.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Complete Dictionary of Dreams

BELL / ALARM

You may have had a dream in which a ringing telephone urged you to pick up the receiver.

If this was the case, who was calling and what did they have to say to you? In both dreams and waking life, telephones are symbols of communication telling you that someone wants to communicate something to you, so perhaps your unconscious is trying to tell you something.

If you picked up the telephone and heard nothing but abuse, this signals guilt about some issue in your waking life.

If the phone rang in your dreams and you picked it up but no one was there, could your dreaming mind have been urging you to remember something or someone, as in ’ringing a bell’? Hearing a doorbell in your dream indicates something new coming into your life; this can be negative or positive, depending on the dream. It could also suggest the desire to hear from someone or make contact with them.

The ringing of an alarm clock in a dream indicates the need to get up and do something; it may also be a reminder of something or someone you have neglected. The ringing of a school bell, or the timer on a cooker, kettle or any kitchen appliance in a dream may also be prompting you to move forward with an idea or gain a new experience in the world. In real life, loud alarms—such as sirens, or fire, burglar, smoke or car alarms—warn us of impending threat and danger, and they do the same in dreamland. Perhaps your unconscious has noticed that your front door is not properly closed or that your car is vulnerable to theft. Alternatively, your unconscious may have been warning you about an overheated situation in your waking life, such as loss of control, invasion of privacy or an impending crisis.

Other sounds that are clear symbols of warning in your dreams include whistles blown by teachers, police officers or referees, the growling of angry dogs or the horns on cars, ships or trains. Such sounds may also indicate that you are defying authority figures in some way; there may have been an allusion to whistleblowing, drawing your attention to a transgression of some kind, either your own or someone you know? Alternatively, the growling of a dog could have suggested that you or someone you know are about to unleash their anger on the world in some way. Air-raid sirens are associated with the fear and pain of World War II and in dreams may express fear of the unknown or longing for old comradeship.... The Element Encyclopedia

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The Element Encyclopedia

FIRE ALARM

A warning of impending trouble in life, Hosea 5:8 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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