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What does it mean when you dream about a journey?

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Journey

Beagle
name of the ship in which Charles Darwin made his five-year voyage. [Br. Hist.: NCE, 721–722]
Canterbury Tales
pilgrimage from London to Canterbury during which tales are told. [Br. Lit.: Canterbury Tales]
Childe Harold
makes pilgrimage throughout Europe for liberty and personal revelation. [Br. Lit.: “Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage” in Magill IV, 127–129]
Christian
travels to Celestial City with cumbrous burden on back. [Br. Lit.: Pilgrim’s Progress]
Christopher, St.
patron saint; aided wayfarers across river. [Christian Hagiog.: Attwater, 85]
Conestoga wagon
famed covered wagon taking pioneers to West before railroads. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 623]
Dante
travels through Hell, Purgatory, Paradise. [Ital. Lit.: Divine Comedy, Magill I, 211–213]
Everyman
makes pilgrimage to God, unaccompanied by erstwhile friends. [Br. Lit.: Everyman]
Exodus
departure of Israelites from Egypt under Moses. [O.T.: Exodus]
Hakluyt, Richard
(c. 1552–1616) English geographer and publisher of eyewitness accounts of more than 200 voyages of exploration. [Br. Hist.: EB, 8: 553–554]
Heart of Darkness
adventure tale of journey into heart of the Belgian Congo and into depths of man’s heart. [Br. Lit.: Heart of Darkness, Magill III, 447–449]
Kon-Tiki
primitive raft used by Thor Heyerdahl to cross from Peru to the Tuamotu Islands (1947). [World Hist.: Kon-Tiki; NCE, 1238–1239]
Mandeville, Sir John
(fl. 1356) English writer of travelers’ voyages around the world. [Br. Hist.: EB, VI: 559]
Mayflower
vessel of America’s pilgrims (1620). [Am. Hist.: Hart, 530]
Oregon Trail
long ride on horseback from St. Louis to Portland, Oregon. [Am. Hist.: The Oregon Trail, Magill I, 695–698]
petasus
hat; emblem of ancient travelers and hunters. [Gk. Art: Hall, 145]
pilgrimage to Mecca
(hajj) journey every good Muslim tries to make at least once. [Islamic Religion: WB, 10: 374–376]
Pilgrim’s Progress
Bunyan’s allegory of life. [Br. Lit.: Eagle, 458]
Polo, Marco
(1254–1324) Venetian traveler in central Asia and China. [World Hist.: WB, 15: 572–573; Ital. Lit.: Travels of Marco Polo]
Roughing It
portrays trip from St. Louis across Nevada plains to California. [Am. Lit.: Hart, 729]
Santa Maria, Pinta, and Niña
ships under Columbus in journey to New World. [Span. Hist.: NCE, 606]
Santa Fe trail
caravan route from Missouri to New Mexico. [Am. Hist.: Hart, 743]
Syntax, Doctor
leaves home in search of the picturesque. [Br. Lit.: Doctor Syntax]
Time Machine, The
adventures of a man who travels through time. [Br. Lit.: Magill I, 986–988]
Wilderness Road
pioneer route from eastern Virginia to Kentucky. [Am. Hist.: Hart, 924]

Journey

(dreams)
Dreaming about traveling in vehicles is very common. It represents our path in life or a part of our life’s journey and it may reflect some of our fear and anticipation. For details, look up the particular vehicle. See Car, Boat, Airplane, Travel
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Knowledge of both cataphatic and apophatic traditions and their respective literature can be invaluable to caregivers for use as bibliotherapy in aiding journeyers of the dark night.
In my experience, dark night journeyers also may neglect their diet and exercise in their desolation.
Some journeyers may not know of the apophatic spiritual tradition, and learning of its existence provides the realization of "universality" that Yalom (1995) described as a therapeutic factor in group therapy--the realization that an individual is not alone in this experience; it is indeed an integral part of the fully lived life journey.
Caregiver knowledge of the via positiva and via negativa spiritual traditions that have been described, especially the latter, provide bibliotherapy options for dark night journeyers.
Another directing function is to gently challenge journeyers to rethink their understanding of and relationship with God (Fowler, 1981).
He realises that he is the author of his own misfortune, having failed to treat the problems which confronted the journeyers as challenges which could be overcome if the precepts of the League were maintained, and if faith and trust were enacted.
The League of Journeyers is hierarchical, ritualistic, and exclusive to men.
Castalia is more established than The League of The Journeyers to the East, for it has territory, security, and organisational autonomy.
The Order of the Glass Bead Game is an intellectual successor to the age-old but largely spiritual League of the Journeyers to the East, which gave a special welcome to the new Game because of the promise which it offered for an intellectual renaissance (GBG, 34-7).
As with Hesse's League of the Journeyers to the East and the Order of the Glass Bead Game, the new radical movements strive to develop their own philosophy and codes and their activities transcend national boundaries.
Veteran stuntman Ron Rondeaux plays a stranger who is warily regarded by Meek, but who is begrudgingly allowed to fall in with the journeyers.