The meaning of Sundial in dream | Dream interpretation

A dream denoting wasted time (Gypsy).

The Fabric of Dream | Katherine Taylor Craig

The ancient appearance and archaic workings of a sundial in your dream may suggest that an aspect of your life is unrealistic, out of date or no longer needed. Is there something in your life that needs modernizing?

Alternatively, a sundial may suggest a simpler and purer way of life without the interference of modern gadgets, so the dream could be suggesting your yearning for a life with less technology and bustle.

The Element Encyclopedia | Theresa Cheung

Pleasant social times are in store for you if your dream featured a sundial, and if, by chance, you were able to tell the time by it, you are soon likely to realize your deepest wish.

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams | Stearn Robinson - Tom Corbett

It is probable that you will make a discovery that you can use profitably if you dream of seeing a sundial.

The Complete Dream Book | Gillian Holloway

1. Unrealistic activities.

2. Old-fashioned.

New American Dream Dictionary | Joan Seaman - Tom Philbin

Coming events include a marriage and a death in your immediate circle.

Mystic Dream Book | Internet Archive - Anonymous

Vision: Seeing a sundial is a reminder that nothing ever stays the same. You would do well to enjoy the happy hours while they last.

The sundial is a symbol of change, mortality, and the universal laws that govern our lives. Hold the “great moments” in your life in your heart! See Clock.

Dreamers Dictionary | Garuda

Sundial | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Sundial


(see Bells, Hourglass, Numbers, Time)

Standing still: Impatience for some event soon to come, or feeling spiritually, emotionally, or mentally paralyzed.

Hands or mmibers moving counterclockwise: Ask yourself if you’re going against a personal taboo or taking a step backward toward obsolete habits and thought patterns.

Punching a time clock: The danger of becoming a slave to schedules and the agendas of other people.

Is the clock digital, electric, a wristwatch, wind-up, a cuckoo clock, or perhaps even a sundial? Each of these has different associations. Digital clocks show that you are living in the present. Electric clocks and wind-up versions are more antiquated, revealing a stronger focus on times past.

The cuckoo clock expresses

craftsmanship. Have you been giving enough time to your arts lately? Lastly, the sundial represents our ancient roots when humans were more intimately aware of nature. How much time do you spend outdoors just appreciating the Earth}

Look at what time the clock gives, and check the numerological significance.... The Language of Dreams


The Language of Dreams

Dream Close
Dream Bottom Image