2. Freedom from worries and concerns.
3. Promotes healing, creativity, often spiritual and/or intellectual.
4. The risqué. ... New American Dream Dictionary
(Also see Colors)... Islamic Dream Interpretation
It is the symbolic color of the soul, since blue also symbolizes the depth of the sea and the expanse of the sky. It also stands for the unconscious, as well as isolation, expanse, and infinity. It stands for pure, clear Water, distant mountains, and sky. Blue symbolizes nature that has been saved. Pay attention to the degree of brightness!
The color blue may also indicate fogginess (like drunkenness); see also Alcohol.
It is also a symbol of depression (“I am feeling blue”). And last, but not least, a symbol of cold (particularly metallic blue).
Blue can also, as in the case of “blue mountains,” symbolize the connection between heaven and earth— spirit and nature. Blue coats were worn by wise women, pointing to our connection to water, mist, and heaven.
Blue is also the color of the cape worn by Mary; the womb that bore Christ is a symbol for the “sacred vessel.”
In alchemy, blue is the color of the moon, standing in for silver, and blue is also the color of the soul.
As opposed to Red, blue indicates a soothing, cool state (in color therapy, blue is considered relaxing).
In the Orient, blue is the equivalent of black and is considered the color of the underworld.
In Egypt, the underworld of Osiris is depicted in blue or black.
The Sufi (a mystical circle, followers of Mohammed) saw blue as the center of a flame, the expression of the highest form of passion.
A reflection of blue as an expression of passion is also found in our culture in the phrases “the blue hour / ’ and “blue movies”; also the “blues” in music.
ASTROLOGY: A symbol of Neptune.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
Peace and happiness, especially in the form of a bird approaching you.
Light (sky) blue: The color of awakening, promise, spirituality, sincerity, hope, and new beginnings.
Dark, murky- blue: Depression or weariness.
Indicative of a type of hands-on labor (e.g., “blue-collar worker”).
Sea blue: Insight, emotions, and the ability to flow smoothly from one situation to another, (see Water.)
Faithfulness (e.g., being “true blue”).
In Yoga, this is the color of the throat chakra, indicating matters of communication.
Among Hindus, the color that represents divine energy, especially that of Vishnu. Similarly, the abode of the gods is often depicted as blue.
Egyptian: The color of truth.... The Language of Dreams
It is the opposite of the emotional red, because it is “cool” and “analytical.” A soft, gentle blue is typically a female color. Blue is a symbol of the emodonal calm and contentment that we all would like to attain. It indicates that you live wisely and with compassion. Blue stands for intellectual goals and insight, faith, and spiritual maturity.
Color Therapy: Blue has antiseptic, cooling, and constricting qualities. It supports healing in case of hyperthyroidism, sore throat, inflammation, fever, ear infection, mental exhaustion, nervousness, high blood pressure, and anxiety.
Depth Psychology: The color of “faraway places” and of infinity, blue is a symbol of faith, longing, and relaxation—but also of turning within, back to the true self, back to the “I.”... Dreamers Dictionary
The firm for whom you work will thrive and go ahead, so that your own financial position will improve at the same time. It may show good fortune in your love affairs, and a more comfortable and happy life owing to your marriage.... Mystic Dream Book
A dream that strongly features blue may symbolize your spirituality and optimism for the future.... My Dream Interpretation
(2) Alternatively, blue may represent the power of the conscious mind, particularly if it is the blue of the sky.
(3) Dark blue may be associated with depression - ‘the blues’.
(4) Blue clothing may symbolize masculinity. Tony Crisp (in his Dream Dictionary) observes that women sometimes dream of threatening men dressed in blue - dark blue or navy. Such a dream should motivate the dreamer to get in touch with her animus and enter into dialogue with it, with a view to establishing a more positive relationship both with the masculine in herself and also with real men in the external world. Perhaps examining her relationship with her father will be the key to understanding her negative attitude towards men and masculinity.
(5) The blue sea may symbolize the unconscious or the feminine (anima, mother, or Great Mother). See also Mother. For anima) below.
(6) At an advanced level of mystical awareness, I understand blue may represent the primal energy from which the universal life-force comes. (In mythology the primeval ocean is that from which all other things arise; though, strictly speaking, the primeval ocean is not itself a thing: it is without form or shape but contains the potential for all forms and shapes.)... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols
Light blue is a sign of friendship, pure and sweet feelings, platonic. Dark blue indicates good health.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams
The call of a hospital emergency is known as a “code blue.” Before a brochure or magazine page is printed, the early version used to finalize the design and layout is known as the “blue line.” When blood circulation diminishes due to a drop in body temperature, the lips will turn blue and communication will be hindered. These are but a few examples that may not relate to a specific image; however, when the color blue is prominent in your dream, incorporate issues of communication into your interpretation.
(See Colors.)... Complete Dictionary of Dreams
Muddy shades of blue may denote depression or moodiness. A darker shade of blue points more to the unconscious and a readiness to liberate yourself from repressed feelings. Dark angry blue may suggest feelings of isolation and an undependable character.
If you see anyone wearing dark blue in your dream, it should act as a general warning not to be too trusting in waking life.
If someone paints with the color blue on you, you may be deceived by someone you trusted.
Clear blue water in a dream is often interpreted as a sign that the dreamer should pay attention to their emotional needs because blue, as with color in general, is a symbol of the emotions. The appearance of a blue precious stone may indicate freedom from a particular burden in waking life. Blue clothes are linked to notions of masculinity and the male part of the dreamer’s psyche. Pale blue is traditionally the color in which baby boys are clothed, so, if you are about to become a parent, could you be thinking about a baby son? Light blue reflects the vastness of space, the sky and the infinite possibilities of spiritual development. It represents moral values and high standards, open-mindedness, intellect and steadfastness of purpose, so, if you have decided on a particular course of action, its appearance in your dream may be a positive signal from your unconscious that you should trust your decision.
Blue birds represent hope and liberation. Blue smoke is connected to new projects and a beautiful blue vase may suggest that you are in a state of emotional contentment. When this color appears in your dreams, it is probably a message from your subconscious telling you to relax, think things through and take things one step at a time. Depending on the context of your dream, the color blue may also be a metaphor of ‘being blue’ and feeling sad; you may, however, want to take off ‘into the blue’ to enjoy a more adventurous, unpredictable existence? Keywords: truth, intellect, communication, wisdom, heaven, eternity, devotion, tranquility, loyalty and openness.... The Element Encyclopedia
2. Warning to avoid cockiness or overconﬁdence. ... New American Dream Dictionary
The blue jay specifically is one of the more talkative birds, so its meaning connects with communication. Its blue color aligns it with the throat chakra, further emphasizing this communication sensibility to the medicine that it offers. When the blue jay visits you in dreams, it is time to take a powerful look at how you are communicating.
(See Birds.)... Complete Dictionary of Dreams
If you dream that a person brings you berries, that person loves you and wants you to do well in life. Berries can also have a sexual meaning, and if you dream of eating them with (or receiving them from) someone you are crushing on, it suggests you have a strong attraction to that person.
If you dream of pigging out on berries, or particating in a berry-pie eating contest, you have a lustful nature that you need to keep under control.
If you dream of picking or eating berries that aren’t ripe yet, you still have a lot of work and effort ahead of you before you will achieve your personal goals.... My Dream Interpretation
2. A need or desire for better planning regarding an upcoming project.
3. The schematic or structure, the skeleton, usually of self and personality. ... New American Dream Dictionary
A blueprint of the soul may indicate a place with many rooms and dimensions to explore. This blueprint could reflect overall changes that are in process through some inner work that will expand your thinking in some way.... Ariadne's Book of Dream
An outline of your goals and plans for the future.
The patterns of your life, the image shown being your conception of what you have built thus far, or that which you hope to build.
Directional guidance for knowing how to proceed with a specific project or concern. Look to the rest of the dream for details that delineate this further, like any symbol key that appears on the blueprints.... The Language of Dreams
A strong and powerful opponent will be subdued.... Islamic Dream Interpretation
If it attacks you, failure will bury you in gloom.
If you succeed in warding it off, or killing it, you will be extremely successful in all your undertakings.
To see one running away from you, is a sign that you will overcome opposition, and rise to high positions.
To see them in cages, foretells that you will foil your adversaries.
To see rugs of tiger skins, denotes that you are in the way to enjoy luxurious ease and pleasure. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation
2. An individual with bad intent, hostility, meaning harm.
3. A spirit guide, often representing feminine energy, physical prowess.
4. Feelings of being overwhelmed—often by anger, likely by passion. ... New American Dream Dictionary
A tiger inside one’s house in a dream represents an insolent person who attacks one’s family. Seeing a tiger or a leopard in one’s dream means receiving money from an insolent or an artful person.
A struggle with a tiger in a dream means fighting with an insolent person. Tiger’s bite in a dream represents damage caused by such a person.
A tiger in a dream also represents either a man or a woman. It also represents deceit, trickery, an illness, or eye irritation. Tigress milk in a dream represents enmity. Seeing a tiger in a dream also could mean repenting from sin.
(Also see Fur; Milking a tiger)... Islamic Dream Interpretation
A tiger can also be a manifestation of a spiritual enemy in someone’s life attempting to stalk and devour them ... Christian Dream Symbols
An image frequently dreamed about by women. Longing for powerful love while, at the same time, also being afraid of the experience.
The tiger and the Lion are both symbols of vitality and passion.
The tiger is more a symbol of female sexual energy, while the lion is more a symbol of masculine sexual energy.
The tiger possesses great energy, and one of its main strengths when it attacks is the surprise factor.
It is also the symbol of severe loss. In the Shinto (of ancient Japan), the tiger was considered a holy but people- devouring predator, the personification of horror and fear who stops at nothing. According to Jung, it is also the symbol for female compulsion, as in Cat, Bear, Snake.... Little Giant Encyclopedia
To hunt a tiger means that a trap has been laid for you but you will recognize it and avoid it.
To kill a tiger means triumph over your enemies.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
In India, an emblem of divine wrath being unleashed.
China: The Lord of Animals, who embodies the attributes of authority, courage, passion, adventure, and prowess. Similar symbolism exists in Japan where the tiger represents heroic energy and self-regulation.
Riding a tiger: Confronting dangerous elemental powers that might get quickly out of control without constant monitoring.
Learning patience and the value of silence in achieving your goals. Tigers are slow, meticulous, and silent hunters.... The Language of Dreams
The tiger signifies the power to exert your will in the world and the possession of leadership qualities It holds a regal authority that is seldom challenged.
A tiger may come to mention that you take the lead in orchestrating much-needed reforms in some community service.... Ariadne's Book of Dream
To dream about being attacked by a tiger indicates disturbing thoughts that you are holding back.
To dream about a tiger in a cage indicates that those feelings could soon be coming to the forefront.... Dream Symbols and Analysis
The tiger represents female sexuality, aggression and seduction.
If the tiger is in a cage, then it suggests that those repressed feelings are on the verge of surfacing.
If you dream of being attacked by a tiger, you may find yourself distressed and tormented by rivals.
If you dream of escaping or killing a tiger, you will be exceedingly successful in everything you do in life.
It is a sign of your good health, energy and inner strength.... My Dream Interpretation
(2) It may symbolize someone or something that has frightened you - perhaps some instinctive drive or other part of you. See also Animal(s).
T-JUNCTION... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols
It is also the symbol of strength and aggressiveness. Because of this it is associated with the liberation of the basic instincts: plenty of energy that could turn against you. A domesticated tiger, in contrast, reflects the triumph of reason over passion.
In the children’s poem “Tiger” by William Blake, the animal represents material existence. Its frightening character is the suffering that people experience when they lose their innocence.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams
2. To feel a need for vigilance, to be “on guard.” 3.
A need or desire for conﬁdence, to be free of anxieties. ... New American Dream Dictionary