The meaning of Suitcase in dream | Dream interpretation
If packing, you are storing away problems instead of dealing with and eliminating them. See Baggage.
see Baggage and Luggage
Dreams of a suitcase signify that you will be traveling, or that you are transitioning from one level of consciousness to another. Consider the contents of the suitcase as well as the feeling tone, and whether you are carrying your victories or your heartaches into your future. This dream might be helping you to realize that you can begin to release the emotional baggage that you have been carrying around that has been weighing you down. See Purse and Baggage.
A dream of a suitcase forecasts a long trip or journey.
If you lost it the suitcase in the dream, you or someone close to you may be coming into money or property.
If your suitcase becomes damaged, it is a warning against running up debts.
Container, Luggage. Burden and problems that you carry around with you; but also a reservoir of abilities and talents. Very important here is the weight of the suitcase.
A heavy suitcase usually symbolizes unsolved tasks, unused talents, and similar burdens.
A light suitcase is a symbol of talents and abilities that are being used.
According to Freud, it refers to the female body, as in Oven.
In a dream, a suitcase represents two brothers, two sons, partners, or perhaps it could mean travels. Having a suitcase, buying or receiving one as a gift in a dream means relief from difficulties.
A suitcase in a dream also could represent an ambassador.
(Also see Sack)
Vision: Looking at a suitcase: you are going on a trip soon or you’ll get bad news. Buying a suitcase: you will uncover a secret (about yourself or someone else). Getting a suitcase as a gift: prepare for a pleasant surprise. See Luggage.
A dream about a suitcase can have a surprisingly large number of meanings. Some obvious associations are travel (which could also be a symbol of independence) and a place where we store things (which could represent feelings we have stuffed away).
See baggage and luggage
See Bag, Luggage.
A packed suitcase may signify that you are about to travel or may predict a future trip. As baggage, it may also illustrate the tendency to carry the legacy of patterns from your family of ongin around with you.
Example: ‘In last night’s dream the baby I dream about incessantly had been locked in a suitcase but was quite unscathed when taken out, except that it was very dirty, but still not crying. I do not have any memories in connection with these babies and the only feelings I have are those of remorse that I have neglected the baby. I have had four children of my own, none of whom were ever neglected in this way’ (Mrs C). Mrs C uses the suitcase in at least two ways. One is her womb, or reproductive ability. Although she has had four children, this does not stop her unconsciously desiring more.
The second is what ‘luggage’—emotional feelings, urges, thoughts—she carries.
Generally, it depicts the womb, what one carries inside oneself, such as longings, attitudes, fears; how we see ourself socially—the luggage might be a sign of status, how we rate ourself; also a symbol of independence or going somewhere.
(see also Bag, Luggage)
A suitcase may mean the time is ripe for a change, perhaps in the domestic or work sphere.