To dream that you are happy is most often a recovery from an actual misery. Perhaps you are trying to run away from actual sadness or anxiety.
To dream that you are happy, may be a self-helping dream and often indicates that you need some cheering up. You may be trying to compensate for the sadness or stress in your waking life.
Any excessive pleasure or merry-making in a dream is an omen of contrary.
The more boisterous your pleasures, the greater your business difficulties will prove.
1. A need or desire to be relieved of worries and concerns.
2. A good omen regarding feelings about the future.
3. Relief, contentment regarding a situation or circumstance.
Dreams of feeling happy represent that you are at the right place at the right time. You’ve achieved contentment and are on track with your life. Happiness is a demonstration of balance and inner harmony. See Wish Fulfillment Dreams.
You may have had a dream in which you felt blissfully happy and content. Perhaps you dreamed that your life was filled with laughter, that you were surrounded by your loved ones or felt profoundly peaceful and joyful.
If these senses and feelings mirror your current feelings in waking life, then your dream was simply reflecting your elation. If, however, you had a joyful dream but your current waking circumstances are far from ideal and you are feeling worried, anxious or lacking in self-confidence, your unconscious may be trying to comfort and reassure you as a way of compensating for your current unhappiness or misfortune. Your unconscious may also be trying to send you an important message that can help boost your chances of happiness in waking life. Pay attention to the details of your dream. Who or what was it that made you feel happy? Was it a person, a situation, a place or a sensation? Once you have discovered what it was that made you feel good, try to decide if your dream was a wish-fulfillment fantasy or whether the person, situation, place or sensation holds the key to your happiness.
Dreams of flying, playing and floating are often connected to feelings of elation, joy and happiness. Flying dreams evoke feelings of freedom, liberation and breaking free from the chains that bind you in waking life. Flying dreams can tell you of personal growth, creativity and self-discovery. They may also symbolize great joy and excitement about what lies ahead for you in the real world.
If you experience what seems like inappropriate happiness in your dream in a setting that in the waking world would normally be sad, such as attending the funeral of someone dear to you, such a dream may point to a state of denial—in order to protect yourself from current feelings of unhappiness you may be refusing to face reality or drowning your sorrows in excessive or addictive behavior. As always, consider the context of the happiness or joy in your dream before settling on an interpretation.
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being: approaching money, better times to fol ow.
children: rapid success of own hopes; cannot be overscrupulous in their morals.
employees: pleasant social activities and congenial companions.
friends: a false friend is nearby giving grief to a loving heart.
husband and wife: joy and success; affairs have no hindrances.
others: pleasant associations with strangers who become fast friends.
relatives: worry wil be smoothed away along with your selfish, unbecoming conduct.
delighted, being: people are endeavoring to destroy you for enjoying too many favors.
deliriously, being: use caution in speculation as you are tempted to go with your passion.
Hallelujah, saying: a successful culmination of a fervent love affair.
increased happiness: bad business ventures according to the degree of happiness.
jolly, being: many friends cherish your respect, spirit and leadership.
of being: wish-fulfil ment does not replace realization of your ambitions.