Meaning of Gypsies Dreams | Dream Interpretation
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Gypsies sometimes represent prejudices that people have about this ethnic group. Thus, if you think you cannot trust them, those are the emotions evoked in the dream. But if you simply consider them a nomadic people with different customs, the dream will reveal your desire for freedom and rebellion. In addition, this mysterious people, full of old legends and secret stories, can represent that part of yourself that you have not yet discovered. On the other hand, maybe the dream suggests that you have to consider the future.
Because the prophecies surrounding the gypsy tradition, it is possible that the dream is giving you clues about future events. And since this people is associated with good luck, fate will come to you soon.
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An easy, almost immediate acceptance would forebode trouble ahead. Gypsies say that for a young woman to dream that she has accepted her lover’s marriage proposal is a sign that there will be an unexpected delay in their wedding plans.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
If you find an ami barring your way, exercise caution; carefully think through any plans you have for the future.
A broken arm means the death of a relative (Gypsies say the left arm represents a female and the right arm a male).
An arm that is excessively hairy indicates money coming to you.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
A barn on fire indicates that you could lose all that you have.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
A single, tolling bell is a sign of approaching death, or of serious illness.
A peal of bells, however, is a sign of coming celebration.
A persistent doorbell is an alarm . . . you should be on your guard.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
To have a bird land on your hand, arm, or head means an unexpected love is coming into your life.
To kill a bird, or find a dead bird, is an ill omen. Gypsies in different parts of England have different ideas about dreams concerning specific birds. Following are a few of those ideas:
Blackbird: A need for caution. Examine all business matters carefully.
Canary: Death of a friend.
A sudden departure.
A flying canary means temporary sickness.
Crow: You will be disappointed in an expectation and will have to make do with what you have.
Dove: Fidelity in love; happiness at home.
A flock of doves means an abundance of love and happiness. Two doves together mean reconciliation.
Eagle: A soaring eagle indicates great business success.
Falcon / Hawk: A soaring falcon or hawk, as with an eagle, means business success.
A swooping falcon or hawk means success in a legal matter.
To carry the bird on your arm and / or release it means to branch out, embracing new associates in your business or personal life.
Lark: A short vacation, with fun and relaxation.
Nightingale: To hear or see a nightingale is the forerunner of joyful news, great success in business, joy in love.
To hear a nightingale sing is to be assured of happiness.
Owl: You must give great thought to a coming problem, rather than making a snap decision.
If the owl flies away, you will find the problem is not as big as it seems.
To hear an owl hoot is to be warned of coming problems.
Parrot: Beware of slander. Don’t listen to gossip.
Peacock: To dream of a peacock is a sign of popularity, but beware of pride and vanity If it is a peacock which suddenly spreads its tail, beware of ostentation.
To hear a peacock scream means there is an approaching storm that will do you some damage. This could be a domestic or business “storm.”
Pigeon: To dream of a flying pigeon, according to Gypsies in Yorkshire, is to expect news in the form of a letter.
If you don’t see the pigeon land, it could be good or bad news.
If you see the bird land, then it is definitely good news.
Raven: A favorite bird of the Gypsies. Many dream books call this a bird of ill omen, but Romanis say that to dream of it signifies a family reunion with much happiness and joy to come.
If it is flying, the reunion will be unexpected; if at rest, it will be something you organize.
Swallow: Flying swallows mean happiness and good fortune. Nesting swallows mean close friendship.
Swan: You will have a happy and contented family life.
If there are young signets with the swan(s), then you will have children.
Vulture: Represents a bitter enemy.
To kill a vulture is to triumph over your enemy To see one devouring its prey is a warning about a lawsuit.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
To see a pool of blood means there is the opportunity for an investment that could pay off very well.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
If the boy is older—in his early teens—then it is a sign that hard work will bring great reward.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
If you dream of a vardo or wagon approaching you, there are people coming to visit you, or bringing news to you (which could be good or bad).
If the wagon is going away, you will be parted from a loved one.
A stationary or passing wagon means things will stabilize and not change for some time.
If you are riding in the wagon, you are making progress (and again consider the spiritual connotations, with this being a means of transportation).
If you are driving the wagon yourself, you are in charge of your own life and able to make the decisions.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
A smoking chimney means you are involved in an affair. See also Smoke.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
The Gypsies say that to see someone lying in a coffin means that you will live to see your children grown and married.
To see yourself in a coffin means you will enjoy excellent health throughout your life. But, to see someone famous in a coffin means the possibility of war.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
Brown: The color of the earth.
A need to get down to your roots, or to the basics of your problems.
Green: The color of grass. When green is prominent in your dreams, it indicates growth and abundance.
Orange: The color for life and new beginnings (perhaps tied in with the sunrise).
Purple: A color of richness and luxury.
Red: The universal color for danger and excitement.
Yellow: Many Gypsy vardos are painted yellow. It’s a color for happiness, and for love and family togetherness.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
To eat bacon means triumph over enemies.
If you are smoking or curing bacon, someone close to you will become ill.
Biscuit / Cookie: There will be great rejoicing.
Boiled or Roast Meat: You will tend to be melancholy and dwell a lot on the past.
Brandy: Indicative of living “high off the hog with little thought for tomorrow and little regard for your friends.
Bread: To smell bread means you will be given an opportunity to make some money.
A loaf of bread handed to you could mean a new child on the way.
To slice bread is to divide up your luck into small amounts.
To eat fresh bread is to enjoy good friendship.
To eat stale bread is to open yourself up to possible sickness.
Butter: You will have good fortune mixed with sadness. Wealth to come, but at a price.
Cabbage: To dream of eating cabbage means you will receive good luck.
To dream of cooking cabbage means you will go into debt.
Cake: Eating cake means good luck. Strangely, if a woman dreams she is eating wedding cake, it means she will have a period of bad luck.
To make and bake a cake means you will bring your own luck.
Capon: You have been deceived in your affections.
Champagne: Symbolizes money.
A bottle of champagne is the chance to make money.
To drink champagne is to receive money.
To toast a newly married couple with champagne is to be assured of success in business.
Cheese: Vexation; frustration, but final success.
Chocolate: Eating or drinking chocolate means that you will soon be going through an illness, though not a serious one.
Coffee: To drink or smell coffee is a sign of long life.
Corn: Corn on the cob indicates coming financial gain. Corn growing in a field means you will have a good and happy marriage. Popcorn means a sudden, unexpected windfall.
Cream: If you are drinking cream, you will receive an unexpected gift.
If you spill cream, you will have to pay an unexpected bill.
Eeels: Malicious enemies.
Egg: A wealth of family love.
Flour: To see flour, either packaged or at the mill, means it is a good time to invest, but don’t put all your money into one thing.
Ham: You will meet a very jolly person.
Honey: You are being falsely sweet to someone and it shows!
Jam / Jelly: To dream of putting up jam preserves means you will develop good friends among your neighbors.
Lettuce: To dream of lettuce is good, according to the Gypsies.
For a woman, it signifies a wonderful time to come with her lover(s).
For a man, it signifies the attention of a number of beautiful women.
Liquor / Liquers: You may do something you will very much regret afterwards.
Macaroni: A symbol of great distress.
Milk / Milking: To dream of drinking milk indicates you will be very lucky in love.
To dream of milking a cow means you will have to work at winning the person you desire, but you will eventually be successful.
Millet: A sign of poverty
Mustard: There will be a number of family quarrels.
Oysters: To dream that you are eating oysters is a very favorable sign, usually signifying a large family.
If you are married, your spouse will be very much in love with you and you will have several children; if you are not married, you soon will be and then will go on to have children.
Pancakes: Seeing, cooking, or eating pancakes means that some of the things you presently think of as curses in your life are going to turn out to be blessings.
Pastry: To be eating pastries means you will miss an important appointment. You could suffer illness at a most inconvenient time.
Rice: As with millet, a sign of poverty.
Salad: Various embarrassments.
Salmon: A sign of deceit.
To eat salmon means you will discover the deceiver.
Salt: You will be recognized for great wisdom.
Sausages: You will be accused of interfering in some one else’s love affair.
Soup: You will return to good health.
Vinegar: You will labor in vain for a while.
Wine: To dream that you are drinking wine is a good omen. It prognosticates health, wealth, long life, and happiness.
If you are in love, you will marry the person you adore.
If you are married, you will draw especially close to your spouse.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
The Gypsies say they indicate that you are unhappy, especially with personal relationships, and want to get out of a situation.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
The Gypsies say this is often tied in with sexual frustration.
To dream of flying in an airplane is slightly different, indicating that you want to hurry things along; you are anxious to get somewhere much faster than you are going.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
If you see it jumping, then hold on!... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
The grandmother is the “old wise one’ of the family. She is always consulted when big decisions are to be made that affect the whole tribe. If, in your dream, she gives you advice . . . follow it! She will not be wrong.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
If you dream that you are a Gypsy, you will enjoy a wonderfully happy marriage.
If you are with a group of Gypsies, you are going to a reunion.
If you dream of a Gypsy telling your fortune (dukkerin’), listen to what she says; it is important.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
The Romani word for a conference is bouri-pennen, which literally translates as “hedge gathering,” from the fact that such a meeting often takes place along or under the hedgerow... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
The Gypsies say that this often indicates an unsuspected illness that is developing.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
If you dream of eating onions, some say you will be a receiver of stolen property while others say you will discover some hidden treasure. However, many Gypsies say that eating onions means you will get into a very disagreeable argument, perhaps with your own family.
To throw away onions means you will break up with your spouse or lover.
If you buy onions, you will receive an unexpected bonus.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
To talk with a police officer means that you are in need of advice. See also Meeting and Bailiff / Sheriff.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
A full-bloom rose indicates health, joy, and happiness.
A rose bud signifies the potential for a wonderful friendship to develop.
A faded rose means you are neglecting an old friend.
A white rose shows innocence; a red rose, satisfaction.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
For them to dream of traveling, in whatever form, is a natural progression of life; advancement, goals attained, new friends, and situations.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
To see a number of trees or a woods is to know that you will have many children who will grow up tall and strong.
To dream of cutting down a tree means that you will harm yourself.
To see a leafless tree means that you will suffer sickness. Climbing a tree signifies excelling in your field.
To break a branch from a tree is a falling-out with your lover. See also individual tree names.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
To dream that you see and / or hear one being played is a very good sign, symbolizing much enjoyment and good company To dream that you are playing the bosh is to know that you are much loved and admired.... Gypsy Dream Dictionary
The energy and power of life, especially if taken internally somehow (see Vampire).
If blood courses quickly, without regulation, this may indicate passion or other intense situations raging out of control.
If due to a sacrifice, see altar and carcass.
Female mysteries, power, and transitions. Some young women dream of blood right before their first menses.
Close ties (e.g., “blood brothers”).
Christian: Sacrifice or forgiveness.
The question here is what needs to he relinquished to achieve forgiveness, or who needs to he absolved and at what cost?
If the hlood appears soiled in some manner, this shows that negative feelings (e.g., “bad blood”) exists internally, or between you and another.
Blood appearing as covering you, or a part of the body, denotes guilt directly relating to an action, as with Lady Macbeth who could not wash the blood of murder from her hands.
Transfusions represent the need for change and cleansing. Get rid of any bad blood between yourself and others, and start fresh.
Kinship and family. It was common among Gypsies during their marriage rites to eat bread with a drop of their partner’s blood upon it to symbolize the union.... The Language of Dreams
Brownies: Tiny, ragged men who symbolize matters of hearth and home, especially keeping things orderly and well run.
Elves: Thin, fair-skinned, pointed-eared, forest-dwelling Devas, these represent your magical or mischievous side.
Gnomes: As squat earth-dwellers, these creatures symbolize earth-related concerns.
Goblins: Green-skinned impish creatures that usually equate to our fears, malevolent prankishness, and, potentially, thievery.
Leprechauns: Shoe makers and the eternal gypsies of the fairy folk, these represent good luck, improved wealth, and a rogue-like personality.
Pixies: Being lead astray by something that looks quite innocent.
Salamander: A spirit who embodies a single flame, this Being knows how to live life to its fullest, and suggests you do the same (see Fire).
Sylph: Joy, laughter, carefree existence. Possibly a type of flying dream, as these fairies have gossamer wings (see Air).
Troll: Something or someone that prohibits a change or movement that you’re trying to make (see Bridge), at least not without exacting a price.
Undines (Merpeople): Essential emotions, and things you regard as wholly lovely (see Water). Alternatively, your idealized image of masculinity or femininity, depending on the sex of the creature (see Men, Women).... The Language of Dreams
Latent psychic abilities or unexplored occult interests (we often equate Gypsies with fortune-telling with cards, crystal balls, and palmistry).
Having a free spirit, adventurous heart, and a slight disdain for definite rules (e.g., having “gypsy blood”).
Matters of sensuality or sexuality may be worked out through the image of a Gypsy, w is stereotyped as being more liberal in such matters.
Possibly a false guide or teacher who gives misleading information to gain adoration money.... The Language of Dreams
Metaphysically aligned with the moon, water, and positive energies for healing. Among Gypsies, a fruit of love.
From contemporary jargon, an alternative symbol for a woman’s breasts.
Moslem: Verdicts and decisions. In the Koran, this is one of the foods served on the day of judgment.... The Language of Dreams
This pictograph was used widely in the ancient world as a protective amulet, specifically to ward off the evil eye and malicious magic. On the dream plane, this may indicate that you sense some type of psychic or mundane threat to your well-being for which you should take proper precautions.
An emblem of the esoteric mysteries, and possibly the development of specific occult or magical abilities within. Note that the pentacle was often also called a wizard’s star or witch’s cross in the Middle Ages.
Among Gypsies and some earth-centered religions, the pentacle was an emblem of health and long life. This probably developed due to the natural pentacle formed by seeds when an apple is sliced in half.... The Language of Dreams
Depth Psychology: Gypsies are a symbol of freedom, individuality, and intuition (beyond the control of logic). Arc you trying to ignore the conventional standards of society? Sometimes the dream is a warning about conniving people. See Astrology, Fortune-teller.... Dreamers Dictionary