Dream Interpretation Judge | Dream Meanings
To come before a judge, a bad dream, indicating malice, persecution, etc.
(Gypsy); a dream probably interpreted from the Gypsy experience.
[DREAM IMAGES: ARBITRATOR; CRITIC; EXAMINER; MEDIATOR]
One need not be an attorney, judge, or critic by profession to identify with this archetype; it can appear in your dreams if you are, or need to be, a natural mediator or are involved in interventions between people. It can also appear if your unconscious requires you to learn justice and compassion. The shadow judge manifests as consistently destructive criticism, judging without compassion or with a hidden agenda. Legal manipulation, misuse of legal authority, and threatening others through an association with the law are other expressions of the shadow.
Depending upon context, may be guidance, higher self, conscience. Often indicates harsh judgment of self; you are your own judge and jury and must learn to be tender, gentle and self-loving, in addition to being just and fair.
If critical side judges self too harshly, you will also judge others harshly. Judging others. Whether self or others, judge not. Change what needs to be changed and move ahead. Lingering in guilt and condemnation lowers energy and insight level. See Jury.
A time of trials, troubles, and thankless tasks is forecast in a dream which features a judge, being a judge, or being judged.
However, you can console yourself with the assurance that the troubles will be temporary.
If you dream of appearing before a judge, whether in a court of law or elsewhere, you will be likely to experience difficulty with relatives.
The judge represents the blame and reproaches you inflict on yourself. Maybe you are afraid of being found out, or that others will realize your secret plans. The dream could be helping you make a decision, by judging the circumstances you find yourself in. Other times, judges represent society and the way it evaluates us. According to Freud, conventional morality, learned from our environment and our parents, is what judges and censures our instincts and desires.
Thanks to your sharp tongue, you will make a new friend.
To dream of coming before a judge, signifies that disputes will be settled by legal proceedings. Business or divorce cases may assume gigantic proportions.
To have the case decided in your favor, denotes a successful termination to the suit; if decided against you, then you are the aggressor and you should seek to right injustice.
see Authority Figures in People
Dreams of a judge symbolize justice, fairness or criticism. Consider the feeling tone. See Critic.
To dream of a Judge deciding a case in your favor denotes a successful venture.
If the case is against the dreamer it is a fear of injustice relative to a crushing defeat.
If the judge is a familiar face it may be someone whom the dreamer resents.
1. Ability or need to make good decisions at a crucial point.
2. Judgment, likely guilt over emotions.
3. Difﬁculties, regrets.
An obstacle dream. It denotes trouble and difficulty ahead, unless the Judge takes your side of the case, in which event, you will pull through in time.
Dreaming about a judge means you feel pressure to be perfect in real life.
A judge can also represent your conscience trying to tell you the right thing to do in a situation.
A symbol for the superego that is a warning against bold undertakings. Also the desire for justice. See Court.
(Man; Person) Seeing ajudge or a governor in a dream means involvement in the judicial business.
If one is appointed to be a judge in a dream, it means that he will be just and righteous.
If one sees himself sitting on the bench, but finds himself unable to handle people’s cases with justice, it means that he is an unjust person.
If one presides over people in a dream, it means that he may be dismissed from his job.
If a traveller becomes a judge in a dream, it means that he will be held up by robbers, or it could mean that God’s blessings upon him will turn into a curse.
If one sees a known judge being unjust in a dream, it means that the people of that locality are inequitable and that they cheat in their weights and measures.
If one sees himself standing before a judge, and if the judge treats him fairly in the dream, it means that he will find justice concerning a personal case involving himself and an adversary, or it could mean relief from depression and stress.
If the judge is inequitable in the dream, it means that one will lose to his adversary.
If someone sees a judge holding the scale of justice and that the scale tilts to one’s favor in the dream, it represents glad tidings of a great reward from God Almighty for one’s deeds. However, if the scale of justice tilts to the opposite direction, then it represents a warning from God Almighty for one to repent of his sins, or abandon his involvement in a sinful ventures. Ifone sees the judge weighing pennies or bad monies in the scale of justice, it means that one will give a false testimony which will be accepted.
If one sees himself as a judge, a wise man, a scholar, or a righteous man in a dream, it means that he will attain fame, good reputation, ascetic detachment and spiritual knowledge ifhe qualifies for that. Ifone is not suitable for such blessings, then it means that he will be falsely accused of a crime, or thathe maybe robbed during a trip. Ifajudge looks cheerfulin a dream, itmeans glad tidings. Seeing the bench of a judge in a dream means a scare or a fight. Seeing the seat of rulers, judges, speakers, scholars, or teachers in a dream means disturbance, sorrow, money, business losses, sickness, depression, or the surfacing of hidden secrets. Ifa sick person sees himself standing before ajudge in a dream, it means his death. However, if the case is decided to his favor in the dream, it means that he will recover from his illness.
If one who is facing adversities sees himself sitting in the judges bench in a dream, it means that he will triumph.
An unknown judge in a dream represents God Almighty.
A known judge in a dream represents a physician.
To dream of a judge may be providing snippets of wisdom to help you make sound decisions. On a more direct note, this dream may signify that misunderstandings can be properly resolved in a court of law.
One who is judgmental
The judge as an archetype relates to the warrior energy that divides everything into two camps: either right or wrong.
The distinction with a judge is the notion of guilt and innocence and how this connects to the consequences of choices you may have made in the past. When a judge is present in a dream, you may feel that life itself is like a trial at this time and you may receive harsh punishment or a reprieve.
This is a reference to God or Christ, Ps. 51:4.
A judge can also symbolize trouble with earthly authorities
A judge may represent the critical and judging aspect of your personality. He may comment that you are passing judgment on others or on yourself. He may come to settle a dispute and to demonstrate fairness.
Sense of guilt or self judgment; conscience; decision making. May depict the ‘shoulds’ and ‘should nots’, we apply to ourself, or our moral code. Sometimes, the way we judge others becomes a harsh judge of ourself. Feeling what a failure our parents were in raising us becomes a difficult judgment of our own state as a parent. Idioms: judge not, that ye be not judged, sit in judgment.
Feelings of guilt; self criticism or judgment; how we are relating to someone whose judgment means a lot to us.
(1) A judge mav personify your super-ego - that is, the conventional morality assimilated from parents and society, and functioning as an internal censor, prohibitor, inhibitor and standard-setter. Some of its
commands / prohibitions / expcctations may be irrational and arise from a childhood trauma - that is, an emotional Svound’ that produced anxiety and repression which have become permanent features of your life. (On repression)
(2) The judge may represent a different sort of conscience, an inner guide that tells you what you should be doing to fulfil your individual ‘destiny5.
How do you tell the difference between these two kinds of judge? In (2) the judge in the dream might be awe-inspiring, in (1) merely authoritative.