The meaning of Ceiling in dream | Dream interpretation
Overall spiritual covering, and any leak, etc., İs a problem that will enlarge unless resolved
A ceiling in a dream represents a well respected person.
If it is made of wood, then it represents a fallacious and a deceptive person.
If the ceiling looks as if it were going to cave over one’s head in a dream, it means being afraid of someone in authority.
If consequently some dirt falls over his shirt from the ceiling in the dream, it means that he will receive money in compensation for his pain and sufferings.
If the central pillar that holds the ceiling cracks and falls in the dream, it means the death of the man of that house.
If the ceiling collapses in the dream, it means the death of the man of that house. Ifone hides under a roofin a dream, it means that he will enter his house and rob his family’s belongings. Ifwater is leaking from one’s ceiling in a dream, it means crying in that house for the sake of a departed soul or crying because of a sick person in that family.
If rain dissolves the ceiling in a dream, it means loss of money and falling-out from grace.
If one sees himself standing on the ceiling of his house and cannot come down in the dream, it means his imprisonment. In a dream, the central beam that carries the ceiling represents a hypocrite who supports the business of an alliance of profiteers. Should the central beam break down and fall in the dream, it means that such a person will be removed from his office.
If the ceiling falls over someone’s head in a dream, it means that punishment and sufferings will befall him too. Ifone sees the stars under the roofof his house in a dream, it means that his ceiling may actually cave-in.
(Also see Cave-in)
See a cracked ceiling in your dream, and a friend is going to cause you trouble. But a nicely decorated ceiling is a protective sign of happiness.
Limited in your thinking and ideas. In the dream, the ceiling is either falling on top of you, creating a feeling of being confined or crushed, or the ceiling is immensely high and you are trying to stretch out in order to reach it. In one case, more intellectual effort is called for; in the other, you are overextending yourself intellectually.
The ceiling of a room may present the subject of your thinking or simply what is on your mind. Living in a house with cathedral ceilings may reflect your spiritual concerns.
A slanted ceiling may represent ideas that are skewed in one direction.
If in your dream, anything happens to the room in which you find yourself, it is an omen of trouble through a friend, probably due to severe illness.
Dreams of a ceiling symbolize that you are becoming aware of real or imagined restrictions, as well as a desire to be protected.
A low ceiling symbolizes that you are feeling cramped or stifled in your expression and in your ability to progress.
A high ceiling represents lofty thoughts, open-mindedness, and feeling that there is room to grow and advance. See Roof, Lid and Cap.
A ceiling will often represent the division between the spiritual and mundane worlds.
To dream of looking at a clean or nicely decorated ceiling is a happy omen, foretelling protection and a secure life.
If the ceiling was cracked or damaged, the dream is a warning against possible trickery from inside your close circle of friends.
If you rise up to the ceiling in a dream, you are learning a new mental or spiritual perspective.
If you get stuck on the ceiling, you are having trouble breaking through old habits and patterns of thought.
To dream that the ceiling is collapsing, suggests that you high ideals are crashing down on you. Perhaps you are unable to live up to your own high expectations.
To dream of being in a room with a very low ceiling, suggests that you should improve your self-esteem. You do not have enough confidence in your ability to achieve your goals, and are stuck in old ways of thinking that are holding you back from doing better.
A cracked or dam- aged ceiling is a warning against possible trickery from inside your close circle of associates; but if the ceiling appeared well preserved and/or nicely decorated, its omen is the same as that of a canopy.
Limit or protection. Eventually you outgrow protective coverings; understanding relationship between need for protection and need for expansion is important for continued well-being.