The meaning of Ferry in dream | Dream interpretation
Suitable rewards’ for your efforts are predicted in a dream of being ferried across water, or of watching a ferry ply to and fro.
A calm crossing of a river, lake or other body of water on a ferry ts an omen of the successful working out of a distressing problem.
To wait at a ferry for a boat and see the waters swift and muddy, you will be baffled in your highest wishes and designs by unforeseen circumstances.
To cross a ferry while the water is calm and clear, you will be very lucky in carrying out your plans, and fortune will crown you.
1- To dream of being on a ferry indicates that we are making some movement towards change. Because the ferry carries large numbers of people it may also represent a group to which we belong needing to make changcs, needing to change its way of working and take responsibility for moving as a group rather than as individuals.
2- The ferry is one of the oldest symbols that is associated with death.
The old idea of being ferried across the River Styx, the boundary between life and death, gives an image of making major change.
3- A spiritual ‘death’ or change of some kind.
The dreamer needs to be aware that lie may, spiritually, be moving on from his present knowledge.
Dreams of a ferry symbolize assistance in crossing into the unknown and the mysterious waters of your subconscious.
If your car is on the ferry, you are bringing your sense of self with you as you transition from one shore of your being to another. See Boat.
1. A journey from one level to another—usually a level of consciousness, sometimes a level of existence (as in “crossing the river styx”).
2. Beneﬁts are the result of hard work.
3. A possible visit from one long absent.
4. The outcome of plans, activities or projects, depending upon the condition of the water.
Danger is around you. Try to do nothing you do not wish known and do not walk by a river unless necessary.
If you dream of seeing a ferry, or taking one across water, you will be rewarded for your efforts.
A sign of transition (sometimes also initiation) that plays a major role in fairy tales, mythology, and dreams.
The ferry brings you to the other shore, traveling to another world. See Bridge.
A new goal for your life’s journey.
Folklore: Warning of danger.
(See Boat; Ship)
A ferryboat shows that you will have the opportunity to bring two divided parties together.
Symbol: A ferry, like a bridge, is a connection between two shores.
Vision: Being on a ferry crossing a lake or river: pay attention to the depth and width of the water, but in general the dream is not a good omen for your journey into maturity.
Depth Psychology: The ferry is an expression of your search for a new spiritual dimension. You have decided—if not, do so now—to let go of past emotional reactions and habits. See Bridge, Ship, Shore.
The ferry is one of the oldest symbols associated with death. It signifies transition, often from the physical realm to the spiritual. We may be undergoing a spiritual ‘death’ or change of some kind, moving on from present knowledge.
Psychological / emotional perspective: The old idea of being ferried across the river styx, the boundary between life and death, gives an image of making major change, when we may have to leave behind all that we have known.
Material aspects: To dream of being on a ferry indicates that we are making some movement towards change. Because the ferry carries large numbers of people it may also represent a group to which we belong needing to make changes, needing to change its way of working and take responsibility for moving as a group rather than as individuals. You might like to consult the entries for boat / ship and death.
A symbol of trust and faith carrying one over troubled times to a place of safety; see “water”
Ferries have two distinctions that inform their symbolic meaning. First, they traverse water, which means they help us move through emotional territory. Second, they generally transport cars as well as their drivers. Since cars are the vehicles through which we traverse our lifelong journey along the path, the ferry is the emotional detour so that we can get to territory we wish to explore next.
Symbolic of something in life that will pass you to your next destination
Movement towards change; often associated with ferry across Styx, and death. Ferry you know, consider why you use the ferry, what you associate with it.
(see also Boat)
(1) This may symbolize moving from one phase of your life to another; or a resolve to leave the past behind for a new and better future.
(2) If the crossing is to a foreign land, the ‘journey5 symbolized may be that of the ego into the unconscious parts of the psyche.
(3) Going across a river or other narrow stretch of water in a ferryboat may symbolize death. (This symbolism occurs in Greek, Egyptian and other mythology.) See also Dead / Death, for literal and figurative understandings.