Dream Interpretation Shawl | Dream Meanings
Covering and protection for heart and or throat chakra. See Heart, Throat.
If you dreamed of wearing a shawl on your head, you can expect your love affairs to be satisfactory; to dream of wearing a shawl on your shoulders, or of carrying one, is an omen of a temporary financial difficulty followed by an unexpected gain.
A shawl on its own symbolizes money and/or security and should be correlated to the dream action as such.
See also Colors, Lace, etc.
If a young woman dreams of losing a shawl, it is a «go that she may be jilted by her sweetheart.
Seeing someone wear a shawl in a dream foretells a new and interesting acquaintance.
Wearing a shawl yourself means that you will be able to do a servicc that will give you great pleasure.
The shawl represents hiding your personality.
Dreaming of it announces protection from a friend. Losing it means being naked in front of others and being victim of their gossiping.
To dream of a shawl, denotes that some one will offer you flattery and favor.
To lose your shawl, foretells sorrow and discomfort.
A young woman is in danger of being jilted by a good-looking man, after this dream.
see Coat in Clothes
Dreams of a shawl signify emotional warmth and the need for protection from the chill of rejection or withheld feelings. This dream also signifies your ability to comfort yourself and create your own cocoon of nurturing.
A shawl is a symbol of flattery and a warning not to accept favors.
If you lose a shawl it forebodes sadness. See Cap, Coat.
Deep affection from one you love.
If you dream of wearing a shawl on your head, your love affairs will be pleasant.
To dream of wearing a shawl on your shoulders, or of carrying one, is an omen of a temporary financial difficulty followed by an unexpected gain.
A shawl on its own symbolizes money and/or security.
To lose a shawl means carelessness with money.
Warmth, protection, and deep devotion. Sheep: Patience, stupidity, romanticism about the country, but also devotion and innocence.
The Wool of the sheep refers to warmth, protection, and the need for loving care. See Lamb, Aries.
Gypsies say it symbolizes solace and comfort.
See coat in clothes
Symbolic of being covered by God or someone in authority, Song. 5:7