What does it mean to dream about bombs

What does it mean to dream about bombs

Dreaming of bombs is the reflection of your subconscious that warns you that there are excessive worries, anguish and that you may be living a war inside. The bombs are those devices that can do much destruction, light the fuse, and then count the parts destroyed.

The bombs in your dreams also talk about you being a person who keeps his emotions, especially anger, resentment, and sadness, which can turn you into a bomb whose timer is running backward and can explode at any time, causing your relationships with others to be affected.

Meaning of dreaming about bombs

Dreaming of nuclear bombs: they reveal that you have secrets that you are preventing others from discovering. Are you hiding something out of shame or fear? They also indicate that you have feelings of anger deep within you.

Dreaming of bombs in war: As the saying goes, “I’ll drop a bomb on you,” and this starts conflicts, in this case, within the family.

Dreaming that you disarm a bomb: If you are trying to get rid of angry feelings, it is a sign of emotional maturity.  It is what this dream wants to make you understand, take it easy; the only thing left from anger is tiredness.  And avoid making others angry.

Dreaming of black bombs: black, a color that indicates negativity, except this case. This black bomb is a sign that you will have a successful period.

Dreaming that you make a bomb: if the bomb is to be used by you, it is a sign that you want to destroy everything in your path, your feelings of rage dominate you. If, on the other hand, it is for someone else to detonate it, it is because you are pushing someone else to the limit of their anger.

Dreaming of bombs exploding: it talks about you repressing your emotions, perhaps out of spite? Out of kindness? Out of fear? This dream is an indicator that you are a repressed person, probably because of situations experienced in childhood.

Dreaming of exploding bombs: this dream shows you that you are about to lose control, above all things.  If you are one of those who likes to be in control, this is an excellent time to learn to trust the abilities of others.  Avoid getting frustrated.

Nuclear bomb explosion
Nuclear bomb explosion

Dreaming of bombs that don’t explode: seeing bombs that don’t explode tells you about your personality, are you a big mouth, do you like to look for trouble and when it comes to the truth you hide?  Look at how you’re acting, have respect for others, stop stirring up the hornet’s nest.

Dreaming of a time bomb: the famous countdown we’ve seen in so many movies reminds us that, “as the glass overflows with the last drop,” so your emotions can explode at any moment.

Dreaming of bombs in planes: it teaches you about two possibilities, observes well what situations you are living in your life.  The first is that you begin to have self-control with your emotions.  The second is that unexpected events are about to occur in your life.

Dreaming of dying from a bomb: this dream mainly indicates that you are afraid of death.  It’s as clear as day.  If you are experiencing tense situations with someone, it can indicate that you are being cast a spell by that person.

Dreaming of a bomb threat: if the threat in the dream is real, it is a warning that risky situations are coming.  If it’s a fake threat, it’s for you to take action to prevent a disadvantageous situation from becoming real.

Conclusion of dreaming about bombs

This kind of sleep, at first sight very negative, helps you to know that you have to let go of the anguish because that can eventually be transformed into a disease.  It also invites you to trust that things that are not under your control will be, remain in the hands of providence, God, or the universe (according to your beliefs).

And very important, every dream you must observe the aspects around you, for example, that you are feeling and/or as is the environment (a country situation, conflicts with friends or family), all that affects you.  Have a watchful eye that helps you to discern better what the dreams reveal to you so that you can continue to move forward.

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Alina Dreamer/ author of the article
Alina is a oneirologist with over 20 years of experience in the research, study, experimentation, and exploration of dreams. Has a part-time hobby of being a main author of this blog.
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