investiture

Dream Interpretation Investiture | Dream Meanings


1. Rejoicing in high achievement.

2. Becoming part of something that is very important to one’s sense of self.

New American Dream Dictionary | Joan Seaman - Tom Philbin


Investiture | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Investiture

Celebrations

Dream celebrations tend to reflect feelings of satisfaction you may have about yourself in waking life.

If images of Christmas, Easter, New Year or Thanksgiving appear in your dream, your dreaming mind may be prompting you to pay more attention to your spiritual beliefs.

If Christmas is disappointing or forgotten in your dreams, perhaps you need to lower your expectations in waking life.

If you were taking part in a carnival or procession in your dream, who or what was in the procession or carnival? Were you getting involved in the action or missing out on what your waking life has to offer? If your dream festival was celebrating someone or something, who or what was being celebrated may hold the key to the interpretation.

If you dream of a village fete, it is well to recall that these events often involve some rivalry and competition; perhaps this is significant to your interpretation. To dream of any occasion for rejoicing, such as a graduation, birthday party, promotion or investiture is a positive sign of an upbeat mood.

If you are not joining in with the fun, consider whether you need to brighten up your outlook on life. In general, dream celebrations present us with images of what life could be like if you got that promotion, passed that examination or got the partner of your dreams. They are good examples of wish-fulfillment in dreams. Chilled champagne, finger food, piñatas and brightly colored decorations are all symbols of celebration that may emphasize an elated waking mood in dreamland.

real or imagined family arguments, disagreements, tensions and grudges to highlight and bring to your attention those unresolved tensions associated with your family life that are still holding you back in your waking life; for example, sibling rivalry or lack of respect for authority or the parent figure. Alternatively if your family life is healthy and happy, and you still have dreams in which family arguments occur, your dreaming mind may conjure up such images to highlight possible feelings of insecurity; perhaps you feel that you are failing to live up to the standards and expectations of your relatives.... The Element Encyclopedia

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