Dreams of a peacock, with its lavish display of tail feathers, symbolize pride, vanity, and a desire to be noticed, praised, adored and respected.
The peacock can also represent a macho male ego. Alternatively, the peacock can represent the immortality of your soul because of its ability to lose its feathers and grow them back again.... Strangest Dream Explanations
(1) The motorbike is something of a macho symbol and as such may represent male sexuality, or aggressiveness.
(2) In a woman’s dream it may symbolize her animus, the masculine side of her psyche. Since the unconscious compensates the conscious ego, a macho representation of the animus would typically occur in the dreams of an intuitive, perhaps artistic woman, or a ‘blue-stocking’. (For animus, see Brother / Sister, section (4))... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols
Freudian dream interpreters relate towering structures in dreams to phallic symbols, and therefore to macho tendencies, on account of their thrusting shape. So if you dreamed you were living in a luxury penthouse thousands of feet above the city or that your office occupied the top floor, could your dream have highlighted your ambitions? Do you secretly long to rise above everyone else financially, professionally and socially? Dreaming of a spire may indicate pride and ambition or yearning to attain spiritual heights, and an obelisk in a dream may be a phallic symbol. A chimney in a dream may be another phallic symbol especially if it was a tall factory chimney. In both the waking and the dream world, skyscrapers are symbols of elevated social and professional status and the ‘greed is good creed’, so if you dreamed of them, perhaps your unconscious was highlighting your waking ambition.
The most prominent and famous landmark in Paris, the city of romance, revolution and passion, is the Eiffel Tower.
If it appears in your dream, it presents a powerful erotic symbolism, as it is a strong image of thrusting sexuality. The clock tower, also known as Big Ben, which sits alongside London’s Houses of Parliament, may be a symbol of an encounter with destiny or some life-changing event. Ticking clocks often represent the passage of life (see TIME) and the clock tower combines this with the phallic form to form an image of courage and emotional development. Evoking great and solemn occasions, the chimes of Big Ben, or any clock in a church tower, relate to important life changes, such as marriage, the birth of a child or moving house, or important shifts in attitude, such as forgiveness, resolve and determination.... The Element Encyclopedia