What does it mean to dream of Cargo?
The load is connected with some elements of the dream world. It is associated with travel and transportation.
More importantly, in our dreams the load can refer to the baggage that we carry in our lives. People who dream about cargo sometimes look too far into the past when they really should be worrying about the future.
In your dream you can have
- Being on an airplane or other means of transportation and being seated by cargo.
- Being on a cargo plane or cargo ship.
- Carried cargo with you somewhere.
- Seen a lot of cargo in a strange place.
- Used the word load in a conversation.
- I felt like I needed to carry the load somewhere.
- You left a shipment somewhere.
- He moved and forgot to carry the load.
Positive changes are afoot if
- You left the burden behind.
- You did not feel weighed down by the load.
The detailed interpretation of sleep
“Carrying the baggage” usually means that you have moved away from past experiences without moving on to more important matters. You hold on to the past and refuse to let it go and allow your life to take its course. Cargo in a dream can be closely associated with this theme. Since cargo is often even heavier and more numerous than baggage in real life, a dream about cargo can imply very deep, traumatic and emotional past events in your life.
If you are sitting near cargo on an airplane or other means of transportation and the cargo does not belong to you, then you are thinking about past events. This is probably a healthy way to reflect. Everyone thinks about the past from time to time. There is a healthy way to do this and an unhealthy way. Since you are only noticing the burden in your dream, and not physically holding on to it, then your subconscious simply reminds you that the past exists. It’s good to acknowledge this fact, as long as you can get on with it.
If you’re carrying cargo on the plane or another vehicle, you’re carrying some baggage with you in a more insane way. You think too much about the past, when you really should be focused on the future. Something is keeping you from being all you can be, and your subconscious reminds you that there is more out there.
If you have a burden in your dream, then you have a metaphorical burden in your life. Can you do more to stop this? You shouldn’t stop yourself from, for example, getting into relationships just because past relationships went wrong. Perhaps you are holding back from your dreams because a job attempt failed or your schoolwork was unsuccessful. This logic makes no sense. You have to go after something before you know if it will work.
If the cargo of your dream is left behind, then you are slowly leaving behind the baggage of your past. Good for you! Having “burden” in your life only adds negativity and doesn’t allow you to experience things for yourself. Letting go of your past adds mystery to your life and makes things so much more fun.
If you forgot your burden, then you may be hiding a traumatic experience from your past that is starting to resurface. It is important that you take care of this, so that you can benefit from talking to a counselor to uncover your past.
This dream is associated with the following scenarios in your life
- Past events.
- traumatic experiences.
- Awareness and communications.
- Spiritual and emotional healing.
Feelings you may have encountered during a cargo dream
Sad. Awake. Aware. Fearful. Excited. Sticky. Aggressive. Reflexive. Ambitious