The meaning of lance in dream | Dream Interpretation
The lance is a phallic image initially of solar, and later of spiritual, power.
Psychological / emotional perspective: A lance as a surgical instrument is penetrative and thus has a healing connotation.
It is designed to release the negative, as in lancing a boil. We may need to take short, sharp action in order to improve a situation.
Material aspects: A lance – as in a knight’s lance – in a dream suggests an aspect of masculine power, penetration and, therefore, sometimes the sexual act.
Gives gender - specific: In a woman’s dream a knight with a lance will signify chivalry and dedication. In a man’s dream a lance will suggest his own ability to fight his own corner.
In a dream, a lance represents a branch of wood, stability based on one’s strength, or stepping away from the wrong path.
A lance in a dream also represents a woman, a child, testifying to the truth, or going on a journey.
A lance in one’s hand in a dream represents a grand son or a blessed son who will grow to preside over people and defend them with his own life.
A broken lance in a dream represents an incurable deficiency or a disease that will inflict one’s child. Carrying a lance while riding a horse in a dream means authority with honor.
If someone denies his ownership of a lance in a dream, it means an accident or a betrayal. Ifthe lance belongs to a brother, then it means a calamity. Ifone does repair a broken lance in a dream, it means recovering from an illness.
A lance without a spearhead in a dream means the death of one’s brother or child.
A lance in a dream also represents a brother or a friend who will part with his brother or friend, or it could mean loss of one’s job. Walking with a lance in one’s hand in the middle of a marketplace in a dream means walking or strolling with one’s son. As for a pregnant woman, a metal lance means that she will deliver a girl, and that she will receive a gift of money or a present after her birth from other daughters. Carrying a lance with a flag raised on top of it in a dream means attaining a position that will earn fame. Ifone is challenged by someone holding a lance against him in a dream, it means that someone will hurt him with his words, or slander his family. Owning an extra lance in a dream means having a brother or a friend who will stand for one’s defence when needed. Along spear means injustice, or it could mean good health. Ifone bleeds from a wound caused by a lance in a dream, it means that he will be compensated for pain and suffering, or that he will return home from a longjourney. Multiple wounds from a lance in a dream mean financial compensation, though the source of money is loathsome. Fighting one’s enemies with a lance means earning dirty money.
A person holding a lance in a dream also represents a teacher, an educator, or someone who helps his brothers and friends.
(Also see Javelin)
1. A phallic symbol.
2. To be resolute in opinions and beliefs, taking a stand.
3. Relief comes in a pressure situation (as in “to lance a boil”).
See Sword and Knife.
1- A lance - as in a Knight’s lance in a dream suggests an aspect of masculine power, penetration and therefore sometimes the sexual act.
2- A lance as a surgical instrument is also penetrative, but has a more healing connotation, as it is designed to release the negative. We may need to take short, sharp action in order to improve a situation.
3- A phallic image of solar power.
To dream of a lance, denotes formidable enemies and injurious experiments.
To be wounded by a lance, error of judgment will cause you annoyance.
To break a lance, denotes seeming impossibilities will be overcome and your desires will be fulfilled.
A symbol of war and a sexual icon. To dream that you attack others with a spear indicates that you use the force of your arguments to attack others. Your intransigence towards that which you dislike is causing problems. But if you dream that you are wounded with a spear, it means that you continually seek confrontation.
The spear in a dream makes one fear its contents. To carry it indicates security; to break it, an unsuccessful job.
A dream of trouble and tragedy (Raphael); an erotic dream (Jung); Christian symbol of martyrdom; Greek symbol of the god Mars.