Example: ‘I was in my bedroom, I looked up and saw the top of some long cunains were on fire. I thought “My God, now my sister’s setting fire to the house to hide the evidence” ‘ (Ms A T)
The example illustrates how we may use one emotion or situation to hide what is really important.
Hiding from feeling; avoiding awareness of something we don’t want to see; being protective—hiding how we really feel about someone, or our sexual feelings about someone; not knowing. Hiding from something dangerous, dangerous thing hidden: feeling threatened either by unconscious contents or exterior situation. Hiding a body, object: not facing difficult feelings connected with the body or thing.
See dead people dreams.
Symbolic of a prudent person, Prov. 27:12. Hiding can also symbolize being fearful
Revealing disassociation in order to avoid confrontation for whatever reason
If the dreamer is doing the hiding, there is a part of him that is “hidden,” even from him, that perhaps needs to come to the surface and be looked at.
If the dreamer hides an object from someone else, then he is concealing something that perhaps needs to be revealed.
If the dreamer is searching for someone or something, there is something missing, either an idea or an actual object, that she needs to find and make use of. Other symbols in the dream could reveal exactly what that is. Astrological parallels: Pluto, Scorpio Tarot parallel: The Moon
Feeling anxious about our situation, and a desire to escape our situation. Alternatively, feeling anxious about our own unacceptable inner promptings; hiding something is a way of not looking at it.
To dream that you are hiding, suggests that you are keeping a secret or avoiding telling the truth. However, you may be getting ready to reveal and confess before somebody finds out.
If you dream that somebody else is hiding, you are feeling the need for security and protection.
It is an omen of serious difficulties with your employer if you dream of hiding from someone.
Keeping a secret (or wanting to).
Stealth, or not wanting to be seen or noticed.
Feeling or fearing a threat, or a feeling a need for self-protection.
Perceived or feared manipulative, misleading, or dishonest action (such as lying).
A desire to remain anonymous.
A fear of admitting or taking responsibility for something.
A desire for privacy.
Consider the motivation for hiding.
See also: Privacy; Cover; Under; Burying; Secret; Quiet; Avoiding; Costume
from attacker: wil have explanations to give for your eccentric doings.
small ominous figures: fear of dealing with little problems makes big ones impossible.
going around: persecution of your thoughts and ideas.
money: apprehension, to the deleterious effects of others’ influence.
others: tend to disal ow development within a relationship.
place, being found in your: your secrets are not securely protected.
and killed: are accusing others of your own prejudices.
relatives: are being deceived by those prejudiced against you.