The meaning of Horizon in dream | Dream interpretation
New beginning; clarity, wider view; expanded sense of self.
A sort of dream of contrary in that a far horizon to your dream signifies early success, but a near one predicts delays.
Dreams of a horizon represent you are awakening to a larger perspective as you glimpse the big picture of your life.
The sun coming up in the east signifies hope, faith and renewal.
1. A new beginning (east) or end (west).
2. An attempt or desire to gain perspective on life—likely ambitions and goals, possibly emotions.
The horizon was once considered to be the edge of the world and in dreams can still have that connotation, though now it is the boundary of the visible physical world. Beyond that is the abyss or void.
Psychological / emotional perspective: When a new idea strikes and we become conscious of the narrowness of our viewpoint, we may literally dream of a widening of our horizons. Our perspective changes.
Material aspects: In everyday life when change is the order of the day we will become conscious of changes on the horizon in our dream – perhaps a new building or other object – which may need interpreting, to give us clarity in our prospective actions. You might also like to consult the entries for abyss, globe and world.
The horizon is expansive and limitless as well as finite and constricted.
It is the fixed point that is not fixed at all but ever changing, even as it seems to remain the same.
The horizon is a symbol of the experience of nature as infinite and limited at the same time, which is why in life it inspires such awe and wonder. As a symbol in a dream, it reminds you of this part of your existential nature.
A dream that features the horizon is asking you to consider the higher elements of your nature.