What does it mean to see an funerals in a dream?

Funerals Dream Meaning: From 1 Different Sources


To dream that one goes to the funeral and interment of any of his relations or friends, or of some great lord, is a good sign to the dreamer, who is betokened thereby to get an estate by means of his relations, or else many a fortune to his content.

The Complete Dream Book | Gillian Holloway

Funerals | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Funerals

Yellow Rose

Yellow roses: jealous’ and alienation in your love relationship. Wilted roses: your love for another person is dying. Getting pricked by a thorn: you will face obstacles on your path and feel hurt in your love relationship. Smelling the fragrance of a yellow rose in a dream means kissing a sick woman. Infidelity Joy and gladness Joy and friendship. For example, purple roses are exotic emotions, red is for passionate love, and yellow is for friendship. The red rose may symbolize desire and passion, but it is also the national flower of England, although both the white rose and the mixed white and red Tudor rose are sometimes used as well. In the United States, different roses have very different functions: yellow roses are given for friendship, white roses are the flowers of weddings, whilst red roses are appropriate at funerals. (See Rose)... yellow rose dream meaning

Islamic Dream Interpretation

Burial

Dreaming about funerals or burying a dead person does not necessarily symbolize physical death for you or anyone else. It could instead symbolize an ending of a different kind. You may be burying relationships, conditions or even emotions that you no longer need and which are no longer conducive to your personal growth. On the other hand, this dream may symbolize the burying of sensitivities and emotions that are too difficult to cope with. It may reflect a numbness or a feeling which is the opposite of vivacity, such as depression and emptiness. Either way, burying a living person suggests some emotional turmoil. Please consider all of the details in this dream to find the appropriate message. Old dream interpretation books say that dreaming about burials is a dream of the contrary. Instead of sadness the dreamer will experience happiness and go to celebrations, such as weddings. See also: Coffin, Death... burial dream meaning

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Color(s) 

First off you must explore the feeling you get from the particular color being show to you. Have you preconceived thoughts on certain colors?You have to take this into account. If you hate the color red, say because you had an accident while wearing that color and thereby associate red with accidents, you most likely will not be shown red in a positive dream unless you are being shown to consider red as a more positive color, at least some of the time. So a dream with the color red and a positive feeling about the dream is very important. It is telling you that red can be a positive color for you. Most people dream in colors, but at times some stand out more than others. Colors are symbolic and their symbolism is part of culture. We communicate with color and relate ideas with them. For example, a bride wears white and black is worn at funerals. Colors also represent energy. The meaning that you give to the colors in your dreams depends on the meaning that you give to those colors in daily life. If you “see red” when you are angry, then red symbolizes anger and not passion for you. Some generalizations have been made as to the meaning of colors in dreams. They are as follows Black: depression, sadness, despair. Some believe it symbolizes hidden sexual desires. Blue: spirituality, optimism, positive thoughts, communication. Some believe that when you see it in your dreams, you may be in the presence of your spiritual guide. Green: money, jealousy, health concerns, love. Red: passion, sexuality, anger, warning. White: purity, transformation, cleanliness, dignity. See also: Pink, Yellow, Brown, Purple, Orange GENERAL MEANINGS OF COLORS Blue = Physical healing particularly of throat, fevers, and infections. Green = Growth, expansion and healing of those areas in association with growth, expansion, abundance. Pink = Unconditional love. Yellow = Nervous system, mind. Friendship. Orange = Expands the mind. Red = Anger, passion. CAKE-Represents something that brings you joy and pleasure and is shared with others. Directly related to celebrations and company.  ... color(s)  dream meaning

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Colors

Most people dream in colors, but at times some stand out more than others. Colors are symbolic and their symbolism is part of culture. We communicate with color and relate ideas with them. For example, a bride wears white and black is worn at funerals. Colors also represent energy. The meaning that you give to the colors in your dreams depends on the meaning that you give to those colors in daily life. If you “see red” when you are angry, then red symbolizes anger and not passion for you. Some generalizations have been made as to the meaning of colors in dreams. They are as follows. Black: depression, sadness, despair. Some believe it symbolizes hidden sexual desires. Blue: spirituality, optimism, positive thoughts, communication. Some believe that when you see it in your dreams, you may be in the presence of your spiritual guide. Green: money, jealousy, health concerns, love. Red: passion, sexuality, anger, warning. White: purity, transformation, cleanliness, dignity. See also: Pink, Yellow, Brown, Purple, Orange... colors dream meaning

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Funeral

Dreaming about funerals does not necessarily symbolize physical death for you or anyone else. It could instead symbolize an ending of a different kind. You may be burying relationships, conditions or even emotions that you no longer need and that are no longer conducive to your personal growth. On the other hand, this dream may symbolize the burying of sensitivities and emotions that are too difficult to cope with. It may reflect numbness or a feeling that is the opposite of aliveness, such as depression and emptiness. Either way, burying a person that is alive suggests some emotional turmoil. Please consider all of the details in this dream to find the appropriate message. Old dream interpretation books say that dreaming about funerals is a dream of the contrary. Instead of sadness, the dreamer will experience happiness and go to celebrations, such as weddings. See Also: Coffin, Death ... funeral dream meaning

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Purple

Purple is usually the color of royalty, high rank, or dignity. It is a strong color that can not be ignored. Likewise, most people have a strong opinion of purple: they really like it, or vehemently dislike it. To some people, purple has spiritual connotations. The Catholic Church uses it at funerals and around Easter time. It represents spiritual and personal transformation. Purple could also represent higher consciousness and spiritual protection. A version of purple is also the color of the crown Chakra. When interpreting this color consider all of the details in the dream and try to make connections between the above mentioned-ideas and your current issues. See also: Colors... purple dream meaning

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Lily

Because of their connection with funerals, for some people lilies can symbolise death. They can, however, also symbolise nobility and grace, and the interpretation needs to be carefully thought out. If we are planting lilies we arc hoping for a peaceful transition in some area within our lives. If we are gathering lilies, particularly in a woman’s dream we are developing a peaceful existence. One symbol of lilies is that of purity and, particularly in a teenager’s dream, lilies can suggest virginity. Lilies in dreams, other than the white funerary arum lilv, can suggest aspects of femininity. Spiritually lilies are a symbol of resurrection and of everlasting life. They arc often used in religious ceremony to denote this. ... lily dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Lily

Material aspects: Because of their connection with funerals, for some people lilies can symbolize death. They can also, however, symbolize nobility and grace, and the interpretation needs to be carefully thought out. If we are planting lilies we are hoping for a peaceful transition in some area within our lives. ... lily dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Release

When we release a previously strongly held belief we are moving into a different stage of spiritual awareness. The release of birds, for instance at funerals, has the symbolism of letting the soul go free. ... release dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Horse

(1) A horse - particularly a stallion - may be a symbol of sexuality. Mounting a horse may symbolize the sexual act. (2) A horse may symbolize animality; instinctive dynamism that may ‘carry you away. (3) A galloping horse, because it appears hardly to touch the ground, may symbolize ecstasy; or a need not to get bogged down in sensuality / material ambitions; being in ‘the world5 but not of it. (4) Is the horse blinkered? Are you too set in your ways? Open your eyes to new possibilities, wider horizons. (5) A tethered horse may mean that something at the instinctual level needs to be given more freedom to express itself; or that you need to liberate yourself from guilt-feelings or anvthing else that is stopping you enjoying what life is offering you. (6) Horse(s) may symbolize emotion(s). If the horses are rampaging, either your emotions are threatening riot if you do not seriously attend to their requests or you are allowing your emotions to rule you. Tightly reined or tethered horses probablv mean your emotions are tex) much repressed. (7) The horse may symbolize your unconscious or your whole psyche. In myths and folktales, horses sometimes speak. If the horse in vour dream speaks, it is either the voice of your unconscious, or some part of it, or the voice of vour true self, your inner centre. (8) If the horse is threatening, look into your unconscious to see what is threatening you there. Is it the whole (idea of the) unconscious that frightens you; or your sexuality, or some (other) repressed desire? Threat is dissolved when fear is dissolved by love that can embrace even horrific things. (9) If a horse or horses are pulling you in a carriage, they are your emotions. Are you in control or are they?(10) Black horses are associated with funerals. What part of you is dead or dying? Should it be allowed to die? Or what should be dead in you - for example, something from the past that prevents you from living freely in the present?(11) A horse’s hoof may symbolize fertility or sexuality. Fertility is, psychologically speaking, the power to expand as a person. ... horse dream meaning

A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

Lily

(see also Dead / Death, Water-lily)A lily may be a symbol of new life; life after death (which is why white lilies are associated with funerals). ... lily dream meaning

A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

Funeral

Dreaming of a funeral symbolizes rebirth because every ending ultimately leads to a new beginning. It indicates pain relief and urges you to trust in the future. Therefore, although it apparently concerns a bleak picture, the truth is that dreaming of a funeral is associated with a positive message. Not surprisingly, it suggests that, from now on, you can bury everything about the past and look to the future. (See CEMETERY and DEATH)Occasionally, these dreams are premonitory. For example, Abraham Lincoln predicted his own death days before being killed. He saw in dreams his own corpse in one of the White House’s rooms. However, most of the time, funerals in dreams represent the state of your mind. ... funeral dream meaning

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Funeral

You are processing a major change or transformation. While a funeral centers on someone who has died, the event is designed for the living. A powerful ritual, a funeral helps people process the death of someone close to them in a collective procedure that acknowledges the loss and marks the beginning of a new chapter in their lives without the deceased. In a dream in which you are at a funeral, the identity of the deceased will play an important role in your interpretation. By examining the person as a character aspect of yourself, you can consider what part of your psyche no longer serves you and has been sacrificed. In this case, only half the transformation is complete, because funerals mark a death and not the rebirth that inevitably follows. A common dream with this symbol involves the dreamer discovering that the funeral he or she is attending is his or her own. If this is the case, then the transformation that is taking place is more generalized and may connect to a developmental stage in life or a change of a large-enough magnitude as to imply a death of self. Another potential interpretation of this dream connects to feeling a lack of passion or life force in your current circumstances. (See Death. )... funeral dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Funeral

People often dream about watching their own funerals. This usually indicates that part of one’s life—or perhaps old ways of seeing things—have died. Alternatively, it can mean that one feels like some aspect of one’s life is dead. Someone else’s funeral in a dream can represent the unconscious desire to see that particular person dead, or a fear that someone might die. ... funeral dream meaning

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

Rose

The rose is universally used to symbolize love and passion. As the flower of many goddesses, it also suggests femininity, beauty and fertility. In dreams, roses typically suggest romance, given that they symbolize your heart, the love and beauty that you hold within and your inner rose. Common everyday idioms might point to other general interpretations. To be in a ‘bed of roses’ can indicate a situation of ease, luxury or comfort; to do something ‘under the rose’ suggests a meeting conducted privately or secretly; ‘smelling the roses’ hints at an appreciation of beauty, whilst ‘coming up roses’ might mean a good outcome or a prosperous turnout. Be sensitive to the different meanings that both roses and colors have in different countries or regions. White roses are generally thought of as symbols of purity and virginity, so if you dream of them it may represent a yearning for innocence. But white is also the shade of mourning in many parts of Asia, so for some dreamers the image may provoke the quite different feelings of loss or bereavement. The red rose may symbolize desire and passion, but it is also the national flower of England, although both the white rose and the mixed white and red Tudor rose are sometimes used as well. In the United States, different roses have very different functions: yellow roses are given for friendship, white roses are the flowers of weddings, whilst red roses are appropriate at funerals. Roses, their constituent parts and the places they grow can therefore suggest a host of often contradictory meanings. A rose garden is a symbol of paradise, so if you dream of being in a rose garden, this may indicate happiness in your waking life. Roses, however, also possess thorns. In dreams, a rose with thorns may indicate a thorny problem with which you need to grapple to gain the reward promised by the rose. In this context, a dream of thorny roses may indicate conflict within a romantic relationship. Does a fragment of your dream conceal a thorn or danger that is a threat to you? Finally, if you are given roses in a dream, consider their number and color. Twelve red roses may be a sign that the giver is in love with you. Symbolic Meaning of Roses

  • Red rose: Love and respect.
  • Yellow rose: Joy and friendship.
  • White rose: Innocence, purity, and secrecy.
    (Hint: When it’s time to propose marriage, choose an all-white bouquet to show the purity of your intentions and add some ivy to express your promise of fidelity. ).
  • Dark pink rose: Thankfulness.
  • Pale pink rose: Grace and joy
    (These flowers are particularly suited for newborns and weddings).
  • Light peach rose: Modesty.
  • Coral rose: Desire.
  • Orange rose: Fascination.
... rose dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Funeral

If you are part of a funeral party led by an undertaker towards a grave, your unconscious may be suggesting the possibility of great change in your life. Bear in mind, too, that ill is rarely spoken of the dead at funerals, so perhaps you are in need of a confidence boost in waking life or perhaps you want your friends and family to appreciate you more. If the funeral is your own, try to identify who the mourners were and what they said about you. In the realm of the unconscious, funerals are susceptible to much the same interpretation as dreams about death, so ask yourself whether you are worried about your health or whether there is something in your life or personality you need to lay to rest. The dream funeral may even have represented the end of a relationship or particular phase in your life. An undertaker in a dream may represent an authority figure or someone in waking life who undertakes a difficult but necessary task for those who cannot do it themselves. Are you the undertaker carrying a burden of responsibility or, if someone else is the undertaker, are you trying to pass the burden to them? If you see a coffin or are about to be buried in your dream, it is likely that the change is already occurring. As well as being symbols of death, thereby denoting the end of a certain stage in life, dream coffins also represent loneliness, isolation and a sense of hopelessness. By featuring a coffin in a dream or depicting you in it, your dreaming mind may be suggesting that you feel unable to rise above the problems that are trying to bury you or box you in. If your dreaming mind conjured up images of a burial, what life phase or feeling is about to be dead and buried for you in waking life? Dream cremations send the same message, although the symbol of fire and ashes does hint at potential and perhaps immediate rebirth. ... funeral dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Coffin

Universal Landscape: Death of a Character Aspect. Dreaming Lens: What was your relation to the dead person? Was he/she known to you or a stranger? Did you experience grief? Were other feelings evoked by the knowledge of who was in the coffin? Was the coffin empty? Were you in the coffin? Was the coffin prepared for someone who was not yet dead?Personal Focus: A coffin is made to hold a person after death. As a dream symbol, it should be interpreted by examining the individual inside the coffin as a Character Aspect of the dreamer. This applies whether you know who is inside the coffin or not. Any death is symbolic of change. When examined as a Character Aspect, the death represents sacrificing a portion of the personality that is no longer a useful part of the whole. An effective shift requires clearing out old ways of being in order to make way for new, more evolved functioning. Death is always followed by rebirth, but when a coffin is present, it signifies being at the beginning of the transformation process. If you know the person in the coffin, consider their personality. It will tell you what traits of your own are dying away. For example, if the coffin contains a friend or relative who is demanding and overbearing, that quality may be dying in you, or you may need to let go of it as a way of being in the world. If you don’t know the inhabitant you may need to investigate what element of your life needs to change. If the coffin is empty and ready for use, you may not know what is getting ready to be sacrificed in you, but the dream may be a wake-up call to find out. Death in dreams means change of a powerful magnitude. If any of the trappings of death appear as symbols, such as funerals, urns, etc. , you can be assured that big change is afoot. ... coffin dream meaning

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream

Funeral

Universal Landscape: Processing a major change or transformation. Dreaming Lens: Were you at a funeral in your dream? Whose was it? Did you know the deceased? What was the mood and atmosphere like? Was it your own funeral? Where was it located? Was there a religious element to the funeral?Personal Focus: While a funeral centers on someone who has died, the event is designed for the living. A powerful ritual, funerals help people process the death of someone close to them in a collective procedure that acknowledges the loss and marks the beginning of a new chapter in their lives without the deceased. Funerals are often very somber occasions where people feel they have to behave in an appropriately solemn manner. This restraint can limit the level of authenticity at such events. On the opposite side of the spectrum, there are many cultures in which gregarious expressions of joy are employed to deal with the feelings of grief. If your dream involves either one of these extremes, consider how a recent life change may be impacting the authenticity of your expression. If your behavior at the funeral in the dream was inappropriately or contrary to the expectations of those in attendance, you might want to investigate areas of your life where the expectations of others are causing you difficulty. In a dream where you are at a funeral, the identity of the deceased will play an important role in your interpretation. By examining them as a Character Aspect, you can consider what part of your psyche no longer serves you and has been sacrificed. In this case, only half the transformation is complete because funerals mark the death and not the rebirth that inevitably follows. A common dream with this symbol involves the dreamer discovering that the funeral they are attending is their own. If this is the case, then the transformation that is taking place is more generalized and may connect to a developmental stage in life or a change of large enough magnitude as to imply a death of Self. Another potential interpretation of this dream connects to feeling a lack of passion or life force in your current circumstances. (See also Grave). ... funeral dream meaning

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream

Funeral

To see or participate in a funeral, is a sign that you’re trying to bury something. This could be a secret, a fear, or some kind of worry. It’s also a sign that your feelings are repressed. As funerals are so often serious and sombre, it suggests a general sadness in all you do. Look at your waking life and what is making you feel so drained. Make a list of all the things you can do that lift your spirits and make a point of doing at least one of them every day. ... funeral dream meaning

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