Dreams involving 'Iron' involve:
  • more perceptions of achromatic colors like white, gray, and black
  • more perceptions of all color
  • more cognition involving speech
  • more perceptions through touch
  • more perceptions through vision
  • more perceptions of chromatic colors like of the rainbow
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What is the meaning of 'Iron' in dreams?

iron

To dream of iron, is a harsh omen of distress. To feel an iron weight bearing you down, signifies mental perplexities and material losses. To strike with iron, denotes selfishness and cruelty to those dependent upon you. To dream that you manufacture iron, denotes that you will use unjust means to accumulate wealth. To sell iron, you will have doubtful success, and your friends will not be of noble character. To see old, rusty iron, signifies poverty and disappointment. To dream that the price of iron goes down, you will realize that fortune is a very unsafe factor in your life. If iron advances, you will see a gleam of hope in a dark prospectus. To see red-hot iron in your dreams, denotes failure for you by misapplied energy.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

ironing

To dream of ironing, denotes domestic comforts and orderly business. If a woman dreams that she burns her hands while ironing, it foretells she will have illness or jealousy to disturb her peace. If she scorches the clothes, she will have a rival who will cause her much displeasure and suspicions. If the irons seem too cold, she will lack affection in her home.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

anvil

To see hot iron with sparks flying, is significant of a pleasing work; to the farmer, an abundant crop; favorable indeed to women. Cold, or small, favors may be expected from those in power. The means of success is in your power, but in order to obtain it you will have to labor under difficulty. If the anvil is broken, it foretells that you have, through your own neglect, thrown away promising opportunities that cannot be recalled.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller