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Dream Interpretation Invisibility | Dream Meanings


A dream featuring the rare element of invisibility signifies swift and unexpected changes for the better.

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

1. The unborn.

2. Need for protection or concealment.

3. Sense of being forgotten or ignored.

New American Dream Dictionary | Joan Seaman - Tom Philbin


Invisibility | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Invisibility

Hood

1- A figure wearing a hood in a dream will always appear to be slightly menacing. While not necessarily being evil, there may be a part of us which has been threatened.

The hood can also represent part of ourselves which, if we have withdrawn, we are creating a problem.

An aspect of our personality may be invisible to us and may need to be uncovered in order for us to function in an acccptable fashion.

Traditionally, for a woman to be wearing a hood suggests that she is being deceitful.

If a man is wearing a hood, it suggests that he is withdrawing from a situation. Equally, in its more advanced sense, the hooded figure of a monk can indicate the more reflective side of us as it begins to become more evident in our everydav lives.

Death and invisibility were formerly represented by the hood. It would now indicate that certain aspects of knowledge are held invisible until the lime is right.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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Lizard

The appearance of a lizard delivers the ability to see many dimensions at once.

The view of life as a dream is one that the lizard cames to the individual who needs to expand his or her thinking regarding the greater meaning of life. As the lizard is sometimes difficult to see, it reflects unseen dimensions of the world.

A chameleon, for instance, can represent maintaining a level of invisibility or may commcnt on being in camouflage. Its appearance can also be a response to not noticing the obvious. As a prehistonc reptile, a lizard may come to mention the need to explore your prerecorded history in order to greater understand your present attitudes and beliefs.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Wallflower

Dreams of being a wallflower reflect your feelings of invisibility a lack of importance. Your dream is giving you the message that you must recognize yourself, your talents and beauty, before anyone else will. Also, this dream may be telling you to take notice of the things in life that you typically overlook. See Transparent.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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Hood

The hood represented all things hidden and therefore came to represent death and, by association, invisibility. It would now indicate that certain aspects of spiritual knowledge are held invisible until the time is right.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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Bat

Their presence often elicits fear, because it is an animal that lives in the dark. But in China, it is a symbol of happiness and long life. However, we usually associate it with fear and midnight. Bats share the symbolism of sexual desire with the devil. In oneiric terms, however, often they represent someone who wearing down the dreamer and causing him to lose self-confidence. There is also a claustrophobic element (bats live in caves and in the dark). Perhaps you are afraid of confronting something related to your emotional life.

This dream portends disaster. Bats predict injury and death. Because of their blindness, these animals are also considered oracles warning against eye problems. Other superstitions say that carrying a bat bone is the best antidote for bad luck. And in some parts of Europe, people believe that carrying the right eye of a bat inside a vest pocket grants invisibility.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Hood

The hood that hides the face provides invisibility. It represents the desire to hide, to evade responsibility, or a negative judgment of the people around you. It indicates guilt and shame.

If you see someone wearing a hood, it is a sign of distrust against that person.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Invisible

This type of dream usually carries two distinct but coupled interpretations: it indicates your need to go unnoticed, or that people do not value what you do. In general, if you don’t want to be seen, it means that you are afraid of society and feel insecure. (See DISAPPEARANCE and SMOKE)

In ancient Greek mythology, Perseus used a blanket that gave him the power of invisibility. Oneirically speaking, this can represent the hidden spiritual strength needed to explore the unconscious.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Shrink

When you cringe in dreams it is interpreted as the fear of facing reality or the desire to become small to the point of invisibility so you can avoid reporting to anyone.

It is the fear of failure or making commitments that imply responsibility.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Size

The increase or decrease in the size of things or people that appear in your dreams signals the importance that they have to you. Seeing a person reduced to invisibility indicates the fear that you have of losing them. Seeing that such person’s size increases in an exaggerated manner is a sign of the excessive influence that she exercises on you.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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Special Powers

This symbolizes a desire to increase your confidence through enhanced abilities. Most special powers can be related to one of the four elements of fire, air, water, and earth.

A power associated with heat or flames should be considered as a function of combustion and the transformation that fire can generate. Any power associated with water connects to emotions; the use and manipulation of water relates to channeling the power of emotion, whereas transmuting water to either steam or ice has the impact of altering emotional energy for one’s use.

The grounded element of earth is represented by anything rock-like or by strength-oriented power. Air is the element in question when powers such as invisibility or flight are concerned.

If your special power does not conform to one of the elements, the key to your interpretation will lie in discovering the underlying use and essence of the power you possessed in the dream. Ask yourself what area of your life needs amplification based on the area of your skills and abilities that was amplified by the increased power.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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Invisible

Invisibility is a natural symbol of the unconscious mind. Also, something that is forgotten. Hidden influences.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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