Dream about Throwing Books

Dream about throwing books is an alert for the monotony and routine of your daily life. You may be too harsh on yourself or of others. You are punishing yourself for your own negative or bad habits. Your dream is an omen for unexpressed fears or emotions, such as anger, rage, turmoil, etc. You are uptight about something.

Throwing books signifies some hidden knowledge or some latent talent which you have failed to recognize. Even though you may change your outer appearances, it does not change who you are on the inside. You need to focus your energy toward more productive pursuits. This dream signifies vanity, conceit and your unchanging or unyielding nature. You are under scrutiny.

Throwing books in dream signifies something that has been suppressed, rejected, or denied. You need to search out more options for some aspect of your life. You have failed to achieve a goal that you have set forth for yourself. The dream is an omen for your subconscious desire to leave that something behind. You have the tendency to act before you think.

Dream about throwing books denotes issues with your self-image

You are evaluating and weighing your problems. You are not accepting the truth or of someone’s decisions. Your dream is a warning for your need to get rid of and discard old ways of thinking and old habits. You are experiencing difficulties in coping with your feelings.

Throwing books is a premonition for how you can no longer tolerate or put up with a particular situation, relationship, or person. You are not able to fully acknowledge your potential. You may not be in tune with your feminine side. Your dream stands for agility, cunningness and speed. You do not want to offend a person or overstep your boundaries.

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I walked into a large library that was deep into the jungle ,it had various ancient books some were stone tablets but the more notable books were the lion themed ones at the top shelf. Most had gold decoration and I remember thinking “They too worship the lion just like the Egyptians.” Then I walked down an aisle and stuck my hand out, pushing the books onto the floor. After which I returned to place them back. I arranged the books, the bookshelf became unstable, fixed it, trouble, turn to dog.