Recycling in a dream suggests that you can find value even when it is least expected. For instance, if the type of material being recycled is paper or plastic, then it may represent how your thoughts are recycling old memories and information to create new ideas and insights.
Recycling trash/garbage in a dream means that you might be able to use resources with little-to-no value for something else, which will make an impact on life around them (again, like recyclable materials). There are many different interpretations depending on what kind of items were recycled as well as other factors such as who was doing the recycling, where they’re from etc.
In your dream, you find yourself sorting recyclable items. This may be a sign that you are seeking to learn from past mistakes and take positive lessons away with them. You’re going through the memories of the past in order to figure out what could have been done differently for better results, so it seems like this is something pretty important on your mind recently or just now while dreaming.
You dream about taking recycling to the recycling place where you exchange them for money. Money in dreams generally represents a dream within your dream, but this dream is symbolic of some kind of business you could be making decisions on or thinking about starting up. If you’re already running a business and dream about exchanging recyclables for cash, then this may show that you need to look at the bigger picture of how things cost less if they are recycled.
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Dreams about recycling paper are dreams that show how you feel about not having enough money at the present moment. Paper represents something more important than what it seems on the surface, and thus recycling paper could be a dream image of mental or emotional worries over finances. If you recycle personal documents into a shredder, it shows how much trust has eroded away.
Do you think recycling is just about glass and cans? Recycling can also be a process of spiritual renewal that helps you see yourself in your true light. You have to accept all the parts of who you are - warts and faults included. Taking responsibility for our thoughts instead of running from them will help us channel toxic energy into positive spiritual nourishment that we need so badly these days.
To recycle means more than throwing things away or filling up those blue bins with old plastic bottles at home - it’s actually an opportunity to renew ourselves spiritually by accepting everything about who we really are: good qualities as well as shortcomings, successes along with failures, strengths alongside weaknesses, and finally allowing forgiveness rather than judgmentalism when it comes time for reflection on self.