Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin):
(Benefits) A bridge in oneâs dream represents the pillars of oneâs faith, the. straight path, the Bridge of the Day of Judgement or perhaps it could mean knowledge, guidance, fasting, prayers, or any vehicle which assists one in his escape from the evils of this world or the punishment for oneâs sins in the hereafter.
A bridge in a dream also represents a pious worshiper who patiently bears the harm people may inflict on him.
It can also mean the path to fulfill oneâs needs, having a high ranking connection with the governor, or it could represent oneâs wife, father or mother. Each bridge in a dream represents its own type.
A bridge connecting two streets in a dream may lead to the ruler or to someone in his cabinet, particularly if it is built from stones and covered with baked bricks.
If it is a small bridge, then it can represent the secretary, door attendant ofa governor, a superior, or it can be interpreted as apimp.lfa bridge which is built from stone is transformed in oneâs dream to look as if it were made of dirt, it means changing of oneâs status and vice-versa.
If one sees himself transformed into a bridge in a dream, it means that he will be elected for a leadership post, and people will need him, his prestige and what he can offer.
(Also see Arched bridge; Bridge of the Day of Judgement; Contract; Knot; Transformation)