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Did You Dream About a Root? Here's What It Means

A dream subject like a root can be a difficult one to offer an interpretation for. Because dreams are like portals into our subconscious minds, and they may include specific references to our everyday lives, no single dream interpretation fits every dream about a root or any other symbol.

Below are three contrasting interpretations of dreams about a root, written from very different viewpoints.

Which meaning best matches your dream vision?


What does a root mean in dreams?

1. The traditional interpretation

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Mary Leyen
Dream Expert,
Contributor: "3 of Dreams Book of Dreams"

A dream about a root often hints at your need to feel grounded or connected to your origins. That's the most general analysis.

It can represent stability, strength, and the essence of your being. If you are digging up a root, it may suggest that you are trying to understand your subconscious and unearth hidden feelings or memories. This dream can also indicate a desire to solve a complex problem, suggesting that you need to get to the "root" of an issue.

A root can be a very deep dream symbol to to give you a single, definitive meaning for. To really know for certain, I'd have to understand the dreamer's life story and current environment.

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2. The psychoanalyst's interpretation

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Ernesto Andrahi
Psychoanalyst,
Contributor: "3 of Dreams Book of Dreams"

Dreaming of a root, in the Freudian perspective, could be an expression of the unconscious desire to delve into the depths of one's psyche, to uncover the foundational aspects of one's identity.

The dream-symbol can have many permutations however. It signifies the quest for self-knowledge and understanding. Alternatively, dreaming of digging up a root may symbolize the act of confronting repressed memories or unresolved issues. This dream scenario could be a manifestation of the psychoanalytic process itself, where one is actively engaged in excavating the buried aspects of the self. It's a call to confront the 'root cause' of one's anxieties or conflicts, and to seek resolution.

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3. The spiritualist's interpretation

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Liz Morrison
Shaman and Spirit Guide,
Contributor: "3 of Dreams Book of Dreams"

Dreaming about a root signifies your spiritual connection to the Earth and the divine. It symbolizes your life force, the core of your existence, and your spiritual grounding. This dream is a divine message, urging you to stay connected with your spiritual roots and draw strength from them. If you've dreamt of digging up a root, it represents your spiritual journey towards self-discovery. It suggests that you are delving deep into your soul, unearthing hidden spiritual truths, and confronting unresolved spiritual issues. This dream is a divine call to action, urging you to address the root cause of your spiritual unrest and seek divine guidance and resolution.

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So which analysis of the dream makes the most sense for you?

Which of the above interpretations for a root applies to your unique situation?

Only you can know for sure. It's worth noting that our dreaming mind can be a multifaceted thing. Any object or image from a dream can reflect a wide range of things — or result from multiple activities in our conscious lives.

Have a slightly different interpretation for a dream about a root that you'd like to share? Add your personal interpretation to the comment area down below.

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