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

Holiday Dream Meaning: From 16 Different Sources


Sense of relaxation; being independent; satisfying one’s own needs; reaching a period of one’s life in which one can rest on one’s laurels. See example in clothes; example in crossroad.

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences | Tony Crisp


1. Need of a Break;

2. Festive mood;

3. Not awake; Exod. 20:11; 31:17; Exod. 12:14.

Dream Dictionary The Biblical Model | Vincent Wienand


A day exempted from one’s regular work schedule, not necessarily officially recognized

Dream Dictionary Unlimited | Margaret Hamilton


A holiday is literally a holy day – one dedicated to the divine – so spiritual replenishment, rest and relaxation are all part of such a time.

Dream Meanings of Versatile | Versatile - Anonymous


Psychological / emotional perspective: Our need to be independent and to be responsible only for ourselves often comes across in dreams as a holiday.

It is time set apart for our own concerns. We may need to heed the warning that we require time off to create space for ourselves and restore our own emotional balance.

Dream Meanings of Versatile | Versatile - Anonymous


Material aspects: To be taking a holiday in a dream indicates a sense of relaxation and of taking a break from responsibilities. In theory we do not have to be concerned about ordinary everyday matters.

Dream Meanings of Versatile | Versatile - Anonymous


Dreaming about being on a holiday (vacation) can indicate either a feeling of relaxation or a desire to be in a relaxing situation. Also, it can represent a sense of independence and fulfilling one’s own needs.

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia | James R. Lewis and Evelyn Dorothy Oliver


If you dreamed of a holiday, you will have to work hard but your efforts will pay off.

My Dream Interpretation | myjellybean


1. Time to break a little with routine, possible rest from re­sponsibilities.

2. Absence from responsibilities or obligations.

New American Dream Dictionary | Joan Seaman - Tom Philbin


Any holiday is a dream that you are coming into happy, prosperous time. You may also expect good results from existing projects.

Psycho Dream Interpretation | Ella Freeman Sharpe


Dreams of a holiday signifies that you are giving yourself permission to relax, have fun and unwind. This is a special time in your life to be fully enjoyed. See Celebrate and Christmas.

Strangest Dream Explanations | Dream Explanations - Anonymous


1- To be on holiday in a dream indicates a sense of relaxation and of satisfying ones own needs without having to take care of others.

2- Our need to be independent and to be responsible often comes across in dreams as a holiday Quite literally, the word means holy-dav a day set apart and we may need to heed the warning that we need time off to create space for ourselves.

3- Spiritual replenishment, rest and relaxation arc all part of a holiday.

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary | Pamela Ball


To dream of a holiday, foretells interesting strangers will soon partake of your hospitality.

For a young woman to dream that she is displeased with a holiday, denotes she will be fearful of her own attractions in winning a friend back from a rival.

Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation | Gustavus Hindman Miller


You will have to work hard but your efforts will be productive if you dreamed of a holiday.

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams | Stearn Robinson - Tom Corbett


Dreaming of a specific holiday can represent: A past, expected, imagined, or feared event around that time.

A celebratory (or other holiday-related) mood or setting for the dream.

Something or someone you associate with the particular holiday or time of year.

See also: Dates on a Calendar; Special Occasion; Party; Festival or Carnival; Trip or Vacation; Time Off; Event; Guest; Time of Year; Time Frame

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary | Nancy Wagaman


If you are traveling towards a holiday destination in your dream, this may suggest disillusionment with your current daily routine.

If you are making a hectic dash to the airport or enjoying first-class perks on your journey, this can point to whether or not you feel anxious or calm about your current circumstances.

If you have packed too many bags for your dream holiday, this may suggest clinging onto worries and issues that burden you. Baggage in dreams tends to symbolize material or psychological concerns, so if you have no baggage at all in your dream, your unconscious may be urging you to leave your emotional baggage behind so you can move forward feeling lighter and less encumbered.

If you dream of losing your baggage, is that good or bad for you? Does it offer you an opportunity to start afresh? If your dream baggage is very elegant and all items match, does it suggest a need to make a good impression on others or an overdeveloped concern with outward appearances?

If a ticket for going on holiday features in your dream, this expresses opportunity. The dream image conjures up wishes associated with travel or taking a risk in some aspect of your life.

If you lose your ticket in your dream, this suggests anxiety about losing the chance of new opportunities in your emotional and professional life in the real world. Taking your camera on your dream holiday may indicate the need to preserve, hold onto or remember an important event or person in your life. Forgetting your camera means that you are forgetting what is important in your life.

The Element Encyclopedia | Theresa Cheung

1 dream interpretations related to the symbols you see in your dreams.


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Each holiday has a unique ambience that depends on your family’s culture and religion. Consequently, any holiday celebration that appears in your dream must be considered with that background in mind.

For example, Christians celebrate Easter as the resurrection of Christ, and might therefore interpret this holiday in a dream as significant to personal restoration.

To a modern pagan, however, this date honors the spring, fertility, and earth’s renewal, the implied symbolism being productivity, hope, or healthful rejuvenation.

Consider the name of the holiday in a metaphorical context.

For example, dreaming of April Fool’s might reflect feelings of foolishness that stem from ill-considered actions, words, or pranks.

The need to honor and remember one’s family traditions.

A memory from previous holidays that somehow reflects, or affects, current situations.... holidays dream meaning

The Language of Dreams