Two stands for balance, diversity, partnership, marriage cooperation, soul, or receptivity. It can also symbolize double weakness or double strength. The world is seen as being made up of dualities and opposites, as in the male and female, mother and father, light and dark, heaven and hell, yin and yang, etc.
Twenty-Two denotes your mental capacity and knowledge. It also indicates that you need to be more goal-oriented and practical.
The number thirty-two implies that you are emotionally numb.
Forty-two relates to the attraction of opposites.
To dream that you are bungee jumping represents your ability to bounce back from adversities and setbacks in your life. The important thing to remember is that you took the initial risk.
To dream of bungee jumping represents a carefree attitude towards risk taking. Taking a chance on something with no obligations or consequences. An opportunity or situation where you feel you have nothing to lose.
Bungee jumping may also reflect a perfect excuse, alibi, or a guarantee that allows you to avoid all responsibility or blame.
To dream that you are jumping indicates that you need to take a risk and go for it. You will overcome your obstacles and find progress toward your goals. Consider the metaphors "jumping for joy" to mean thrill and excitement or "jumping the gun" to mean impatience or impulsiveness. The way you feel in the dream will provide additional significance and meaning to your dream.
To dream that you fail to jump or are afraid to jump indicates that you fear uncertainty. You do not like change.
To dream of jumping over something represents overcoming obstacles or not allowing something to get in your way. Decisiveness. You may be feeling pressure or feel forced to make quick decisions. Seizing an opportunity or taking a risk. Hastiness.
To dream of jumping to reach something represents ingenuity, wishing, trying new ideas, or desire to reach a difficult goal. Taking a chance or trying something different. A problem that requires cleverness or your full attention. Risk taking.
To dream of jumping for joy represents thrill and excitement.
To dream of jumping up and down in one spot may reflect your attempt to retry achieving a goal over and over. Jumping may also reflect a sudden change.
Negatively, jumping may reflect exhausting attempts to achieve a goal. A non-lasting state of being.
To dream of jumping into water represents a dangerous or uncertain situation that you are choosing to confront all at once. Choosing to face a problem , "get your hands dirty", or take a big chance. Making the choice to get involved with something unpleasant.
Example: A man dreamed of wanting to jump across a body of water. In waking life he was experiencing some anxiety about needing to make a quick decision.
Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing someone jump through a window and break it. It waking life he felt that he had made a hasty decision.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing someone jumping downwards. In waking life she was in marriage counseling with her husband and something she said seemed to make the progress they had made quickly fade away.
Example 4: A woman dreamed of her sister mocking her and jumping in a pool. In waking life she felt she was risking pissing off her friends by rejecting their offer to attend a party.
Example 5: A woman dreamed of being ready to jump out of a moving car that was ready to explode. In waking life she was about to abandon a project with her father because it was close to embarrassing her with a big failure.
Example 6: A man dreamed of having problems jumping. In waking life he was having problem getting erections. The problems jumping in this case may have reflected issues with temporarily achieving a higher state of arousal.
To see oneself hopping on one leg in a dream means moving from an old place into a new one. If one takes a broad leap with one jump in his dream it means travels. Hopping on one leg because of an illness or an impairment in a dream means loss of half of one’s money or property and finding it difficult to sustain one’s needs with the balance. Playing football or hopping with a ball, or jumping while performing acrobatic exercises, or gymnastic feats in a dream means profits or benefits for someone who is used to play such games, or participates in such training. Otherwise, it could mean facing dangerous or severe adversity. In a dream, jumping from place to place also means false news, fabricated accusations, changing moods with one’s friends, or finding oneself bored with them. If one jumps over a wall in a dream, it means that he will change from a believer into a disbeliever or follow the advice of a disbeliever.
If you dream of jumping over any object, you will succeed in every endeavor | but if you jump and fall back, disagreeable affairs will render life almost intolerable. To jump down from a wall, denotes reckless speculations and disappointment in love.
To dream that you are doing jumping jacks signifies your need for more balance in your life. You need to do more methodical in how you pursue your goals.
Dreaming of a jumping-jack, denotes that idleness and trivial pastimes will occupy your thoughts to the exclusion of serious and sustaining plans.
To jump from one place into another out of fear or with haste in a dream represents accusations, blasphemy, or disturbing news surrounding one’s name. To jump down from a high altitude in a dream means separation, or changing of one’s conditions from convenience to discomfort. An ascending rapid jump in a dream means rising in station and a plummeting jump in a dream means deterioration of one’s status.
To see a reptile or lizard in your dream symbolizes fear. Either a fear you have or a fear you are projecting to someone else.
To dream of a yellow lizard or reptile reptile represents fear you have that is quite noticeable.
Women who are pregnant commonly dream of lizards. This most likely reflects their fears associated with maintaining a healthy pregnancy or the safety of the baby. Fears of having deformed baby or that the baby will die. Fears of a difficult delivery, of their partner leaving them, or being unable to financial support the baby.
Example: A man dreamed of being reborn as a reptile. In waking life he as just recovered from a dangerous experiment with mind altering substances. After the dangerous experiment he realized he was scaring his friends and family all the time when he discussed it. The rebirth as a reptile reflected the dramatic change in how he was perceived by others as his new reputation instilled fear in the people that cared about him.
Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing a giant black lizard. In waking life he was experiencing a serious crisis and feared being murdered.
The number 2 in a dream represents conflict. Two opposing sides struggling against each other. When you see it in a dream it represents a conflict in your life, or in the way you think or feel. Different ideas, beliefs or choices struggling with each other. Arguments or trouble accomplishing goals.
Example: A young girl dreamed of seeing her mother give birth to 2 babies that look just like her. In waking life her mother was pregnant with a second child and the young girl was worried that her parents wouldn't treat her as special once the new baby arrived. The 2 babies in the dream most likely reflected the conflicting feelings of jealousy she worried she would expect once the new child was born.
To dream that you are jumping on a trampoline represents your resilience and your ability to bounce back from difficult and emotional situations.
To see a trampoline in your dream symbolizes the ups and downs of life.
To dream of a trampoline represents resilience or your ability to bounce back from difficult or emotional situations. You may be doing everything you can to stay positive, avoid problems, or remain upbeat. Your ability to keep going.
To dream of falling off a trampoline represents a loss of control, confidence, or motivation. A situation may be encouraging you to give up, or succumb to negative thinking patterns.
Example: A woman dreamed of jumping on a trampoline where the springs broke. In waking life she felt that her marriage was over. The broken trampoline reflected her feeling that her marriage couldn't bounce back from any fights, problems, or tension that kept coming up.
Example 2: A woman dreamed of jumping on a trampoline. In waking life she kept getting embarrassed that God wouldn't punish her husband for cheating on her. She felt that if she kept praying harder that God would finally give her a miracle. The trampoline in this case may have reflected her feelings that she had to keep reaching out to God each time God seemed to ignore her wishes.