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

Unnoticed Dream Meaning: From 1 Different Sources


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Dream Dictionary Unlimited | Margaret Hamilton

Unnoticed | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Unnoticed

Beetle

1. Financial success. 2. Eternal life. 3. A slow-forming, emerg­ing problem, previously unnoticed. 4. Good fortune (to kill beetles or see them dead). ... beetle dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Zoo

1. Confinement and exhibition. 2. Controlled instincts. 3. Feel­ing unnoticed, abilities underappreciated. ... zoo dream meaning

New American Dream Dictionary

Camouflage

Blending in or going unnoticed ... camouflage dream meaning

Christian Dream Symbols

Gecko

Unnoticed, small stature, Prov. 30:28 ... gecko dream meaning

Christian Dream Symbols

Faces

It is very common to dream about all kinds of faces. Strange faces and familiar faces alike are frequent images in our dreams. Interpret your dream by considering the face and the general content of the dream. A stranger’s face could represent different parts of your personality or psyche. You think that you are seeing a stranger but in actuality you are seeing a different part of yourself. Jung said that the stranger is a part of you that comes from the unconscious. A comic face may indicate that you have a conscious or unconscious need to mock or snub the conventional. Featureless faces suggest that you may feel unnoticed and unappreciated. On the other hand, some believe that the blank or unclear face represents a teacher. That is someone who is there to show and teach you a lesson but you are unprepared for it and the face is blank. Smiling faces are representative of happy thoughts and feelings and possibly anticipation of a joyful event in the near future. Always remember the compensatory nature of dreams and their ability to point to the opposite of what you experience in daily life. ... faces dream meaning

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Uniform

Seeing yourself wearing a uniform in a dream suggests that you have identified with a larger group, a movement, or an organization that requires you to conform and carry out its ideology. This may be positive or negative depending on the associations made and the kind of uniform that you are wearing. The issues expressed in this dream might be about self-identity, conformity, or responsibility (duty). The unconscious is pointing to the possibility that your individuality has been covered up and is being unnoticed because you are functioning as a member of a group and not as an individual. ... uniform dream meaning

The Bedside Dream Dictionary

Faces

Dreaming of a stranger’s face could represent different parts of your personality; a comic face may indicate that you have a need to mock convention. Featureless faces suggest that you may feel unnoticed and unappreciated. Also, some believe that a blank or unclear face represents a teacher. Smiling faces are representative of happy thoughts and feelings, and possibly anticipation of a joyful event in the near future. To dream of seeing your own face in a mirror denotes some type of trouble ahead for you. A dream of weird, leering faces is warning you of potential danger to your person, or misfortune will dog your steps. ... faces dream meaning

Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

Uniform

If you dream about uniforms it’s indicative that you are concerned with issues of conformity, identity and responsibility. Another thought is that you may be seeing yourself as a part of a large group where your individuality is covered up and unnoticed. To see an array of strange uniforms may indicate that your country is on the brink of war or that you are warring with yourself, especially if you wear one, about a matter you do not want to face. To dream of a sad faced soldier portends bad news or illness for a far away loved one. ... uniform dream meaning

Tryskelion Dream Interpretation

Body

It refers to oneself, as in the word sorcxehxty. Al­though it includes the totality of our expenence, it seems to be most pointedly referring to our sense of identity. From this sense of ourself we project meaning on to the rest of the world in some degree. Thus many symbols are stylised body forms. The cross is a standing figure with arms outstretched, a church’s structure a representation of the body, and the mira­cle of sexual reproduction—the mystery enacted within it; a maypole, the penis. Therefore various things can represent our body or aspects of ourself. Seeds, swallowed teeth can be sperm, anything long and pointed, even a linger, can be the penis; anything hairy, a male; anything receptive like a bottle, bowl or cave, a woman or vagina. A body, or our body, also represents physical life; material existence; the process which causes growth and aging. This includes all the processes of nature in us. A dead body: our skin or shape is felt as our boundary, the edge of our universe. The dead body depicts a whole set of personality traits or attitudes, very often potentials, which have been denied life by us. We have not allowed them expression. A person hun in love might kill out any feelings towards the opposite sex. This ‘dead pan of them can be shown as a body. May also be the way we meet feelings about death. Sickness in body: can refer to an awareness of illness in pan of body shown. Most often depicts psychological problem symbolised by pan of body— see body pans below. Maggots in body: possible need to cleanse body of toxins or infection, sense of dis-ease emotion­ally in that area of self. Iniunes: huns or events that may lead to emotional scars—see body areas below. See dead people dreams; hiding. Bodiless: Example: lI felt as if I was going very deep inside myself. It was dark but at first there were noises of the world around me. I seemed to go in much deeper and it was very dark, but with the feeling of great space. Everything was all right until I didn’t hear any noise at all, all that space and no noise was too much and my whole body freaked out and then pulled out very fast before I could stop it’ (Kate P). The ‘noises’ around us, sensory impressions, other people s ex­pressed feelings and actions, are building bricks for our sense of self. In a real sense we create each other by believing in each other. With prolonged absence of other people and events, and especially if we lose our noises’ and body aware­ness, we feel we—our sense of identity—is dying. Bodiless- ness may therefore show us feeling unrecognised, unnoticed. May also be feelings of loneliness; being cut off from sexuality and body drives. In its positive side it is exploration of the unconscious and void. See identity and dreams. If you are right handed, the left of the body: represents inner feelings which support outer action, such as confidence, our less used or supportive functions. If we are an intellectual, the left might depict one’s feelings, and vice versa. The left may represent our mother’s influence in our life and body. The right of the body: our outer activity and dominant func­tions; expressed abilities; our father’s influence in life and body. If father is an anxious man there might be a lot more signs of stress on this side of the body. Top half of body: thinking, feeling. Bottom half: sexuality and instincts. Half a body: if top missing, lack of thinking and higher emotion; if bottom, trauma to, loss or denial of, sexuality and sensuality. Old head on baby body: immature sexuality and emotions; vice versa: immature personality. Dismembered body: emo­tional or mental stress and breakdown; may be followed by emergence of new self. The areas of our body are sometimes thought of as sense organs. This may seem strange but is very simple. Without language, communication would be difficult. So language en­ables us to sense what another being is communicating. If we had been castrated or had a hysterectomy prior to adoles­cence, we would never develop sexually. Without that devel­opment we would not understand two kissing people; or what a mother was feeling when she held her baby. Out of the sex drive develops a whole world of feelings and tenderness which enables us to understand many things we see in the world. It is therefore important when reading the particular de­scriptions below to remember that each psychological area of our body gives us some insight into ourself and life around us, which is missing if the area is injured or traumatised. ... body dream meaning

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Room

A particular feeling state—for instance the room might feel sinister, warm, spacious, cold, etc. , so depicts such. Sometimes a room, because of its spaciousness, represents the amount of potential or opportunity one has. The ‘containing’ quality of a room may also depict involvement in one’s mother. Finding extra rooms: a common dream theme—rec­ognition or discovery of previously unnoticed aspects, abili­ties, fears, or traits in oneself. Example: There was a room in my house I had never been in before. It was filled with water and had three kittens submerged in it. While in the room I didn’t need to breathe’ (Audrey P). The room here represents Audrey’s childbearing function—her womb. The room can therefore depict mother or qualities of mothering. See descrip­tions of various rooms under house in this entry. ... room dream meaning

A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Scar

1- A scar in a dream suggests that there are old hurts which have not been fully dealt with. These may be mental and emotional as much as physical, and can remain unnoticed until we are reminded of them. Just as in physical injury there can be many kinds of scars, so there can also be in the other areas. We may, for instance, be left with a pattern of behaviour which is irritating to other people, but without the clear connection given by the dream image, we arc unable to understand it. 2- It will often be significant which area of the body is scarred in the dream. The nervous system can develop ways of giving information without us being conscious of it. This may give some indication of the area of life that is affected bv the trauma. If we see someone else who has been scarred it may be necessary to discover if we are the ones who have hurt others in the past. If this is so, there are various techniques we can use in the waking state to help us release others cither from the hurt we or they have inflicted. The healing may then be recorded in dreams by the loss of the scar. 3- Spiritually, a scar may suggest that something negative and harmful has occurred, which is an external force rather than internal. We mav not have dealt with it as well as we might. ... scar dream meaning

Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

Time

(see Clock, Hourglass)An awareness that life sometimes passes you by unnoticed, or far more quickly than you might wish (e. g. , “seeing time fly”). Recognizing your mortality (e. g. , “time waits for no man”). Seeing a clock that is not moving represents a wish that time would momentarily stand still so that you can enjoy it more fully, or catch up on things that you feel you’ve missed. Transformations that take a while to achieve (e. g. , “time for a change”). Knowing when to act, when to wait, when to speak, and when to remain silent for success (e. g. , “timing is everything”). Seeing a stop watch in a dream represents effective time management, and making every second count. Alternatively, feeling under time constraints. ... time dream meaning

The Language of Dreams

Banquet

Dreaming about enjoying a banquet may mean that you have many choices for fulfilling a deep wish. It may signify the abundance of life you can find through social interaction. In a dream, attending a banquet in your honor may compensate for feeling unnoticed or taken for granted in life. ... banquet dream meaning

Ariadne's Book of Dream

Submarine

Depth Psychology: The submarine is a symbol of instincts that (usually unnoticed) are influencing your behavior and life. See Boat, Diving, Ship. ... submarine dream meaning

Dreamers Dictionary

Zoo

To dream that you are visiting a zoo indicates a loss of your freedom. It further symbolizes that your talents and abilities have gone unnoticed. You may feel that you, or an aspect of yourself, is caged in. Conversely, a zoo may indicate confusion or chaos in your life. This feeling is exemplified by the saying ‘this place is a zoo!’ Consider what aspects of your life may need to be straightened out. ... zoo dream meaning

Dream Symbols and Analysis

Camouflage

Dreams of camouflage symbolize that you are hiding; wanting to blend in, or be unnoticed because perhaps you feel your survival is an issue. You may feel it is unsafe to let the full spectrum of your colorful expression shine through. See Chameleon. ... camouflage dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Owl

Dreams of this nocturnal bird symbolize wisdom, patience, and intuition. The owl also symbolizes Athena, goddess of wisdom, discernment, and leadership. Because of its excellent night vision, the owl reflects the aspect of you that sees things in the dark that go unnoticed by your day-To-day consciousness. In Shamanism, the owl represents a creature that travels between worlds, between life and death, the underworld and the outer world. The owl is also a wise advisor or guide. ... owl dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Worm

Dreams of a worm represents sneakiness and a desire to be unnoticed as you inch through your life. You may be feeling insignificant and worthless because you have been feeding on negativity that keeps you feeling small. ... worm dream meaning

Strangest Dream Explanations

Injure / Injury

Material aspects: An injury will suggest a recent hurt, whereas a scar in a dream suggests that there are old hurts, which have not been fully dealt with. These may be mental and emotional as much as physical, and can remain unnoticed until we are reminded of them. Just as in physical injury there can be many kinds of scars, so there can also be in the other areas. We may, for instance, be left with a pattern of behaviour which is irritating to other people, but without the clear connection given by the dream image, we are unable to understand it. ... injure / injury dream meaning

Dream Meanings of Versatile

Hoax

To be aware of a hoax, even a harmless one, in your dream indicates that you will be obligated to explain some past action which you assumed had been either unnoticed or forgotten. ... hoax dream meaning

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

Helmet

The helmet is the part of the armor that soldiers used to protect the face. To dream of this element, therefore, is related to our desire to hide ourselves to feel protected. You probably want to pass unnoticed before others, be it due to humility or due to repression. (See ARMOR and MASK) ... helmet dream meaning

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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. ... invisible dream meaning

The Big Dictionary of Dreams

Clothes

Clothing is very connected to your own personal self-expression and to the principle of the persona. What we choose to wear has enormous implications for how we feel about ourselves and how we would like the world to perceive us. Symbolically, clothing represents creative personal expression. However, clothes can also represent the ways in which we cover up who we really are and alter what the world sees. Additionally, the clothing we wear at any given time can reveal things about our moods and emotional states that might otherwise go unnoticed. The quality and style of clothing in a dream will provide you with different shades of meaning for your interpretation. Old clothes might represent old ways of being that are being stirred up. New clothes could indicate a desire or need to match your inner growth and shifts with your outer presentation. A costume might illuminate roles you are playing in your life that are false, whereas your own clothes indicate that the issue at hand is with your present sense of self. Being inappropriately dressed represents your concern about fitting in with others. Wearing too many clothes can sometimes indicate a lack of comfort with your sexuality or body image. Having to deal with many layers of clothing denotes that there are obstacles between where you are and a deeper level of authentic expression. A desire to take clothes off may mean a need to break out of a stereotypical role you find yourself in, while adding more clothes could mean putting on a few more layers in order to protect yourself from perceived outside harm. No clothes usually reflects feeling very open and, therefore, vulnerable. ... clothes dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Heart Attack

The sudden and destructive impact of a wounded heart is about abrupt changes and transformation around how you experience love. Results of a heart attack can range from innocuous discomfort to death. The heart is the symbolic center of love. When love is compromised for too long, the heart may rebel and attack. In this context, when we use the word love, we aren’t necessarily referring to feelings of romantic attachment. Love is the primary principle on which life is based; anything that opposes love, such as anger, resentment, envy, or pride, is a quality that can have an impact on the heart. Often the causes of a heart attack go unnoticed for a long time before the actual event occurs. In this way, such a dream image may indicate that the underlying cause of your unconscious discontent may have been lingering below the surface for a long while before this time. If you are the one having a heart attack in your dream, then look to where in your life issues around love may be hurting you on a deep level. If someone else in your dream is the victim, then use that person as a character aspect of the part of your personality that is suffering due to a matter of love or the lack thereof. ... heart attack dream meaning

Complete Dictionary of Dreams

Cakes

Cakes often signify a time to rejoice at one’s accomplishments or to celebrate new relationships or work efforts that have been successful and have sometimes gone unnoticed by the dreamer, family, friends, or colleagues. ... cakes dream meaning

Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

Zoo

To dream that you are at a zoo symbolizes loss of freedom, or that your abilities and talents are going unnoticed. You feel caged in by someone or something in your waking life. The zoo may also represent chaos and confusion, as implied by the common phrase ‘this place is a zoo!’ You may need to tidy up some situation in your life. Alternatively, dreaming of a zoo can indicate the need to understand your instincts and urges; or perhaps you feel that you are being watched in some way in waking life. Your dreaming mind may be alerting you to the importance of appropriate behavior. See also ANIMALS. ... zoo dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Other Symbols Of Intercourse And Sex

Flying dreams were declared by Freud to be one of the classic examples of sexually inspired dreams. Other symbols associated with sexual intercourse according to Freud include hammering and chopping, sliding down a banister or slide, a train entering a tunnel, a lighted candle and riding a bicycle or horse. Horses, especially stallions, may be a symbol of sexuality and mounting a horse represents intercourse. Spectacular explosions are associated with orgasm. In the form of fireworks this suggests exhilaration but destructive explosions can express the desire to dominate. Water gushing from a tap, champagne spraying white foam or cascading waterfalls are also orgasmic symbols. Dream analysts have noticed an association in women’s dreams between dreams of a plane crash and rape or fear of it. Freudians would interpret a man’s dream of a plane crash as fear of impotence. Churches with a steeple and an arched portal combine male and female symbolism and such an image may express conflict between sexual expression and moral responsibility. Dreams in which you become invisible may simply indicate that you feel unnoticed by those around you, but they may also suggest an element of sexual voyeurism. Disturbing Sexual Dreams... other symbols of intercourse and sex dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

Fits / Madness

If you have dreams that involve uncontrollable trembling, fits or fever, such dream can be alarming but in general suggest that you are worrying more than you need to about trifling affairs or matters of little consequence, whilst the important things slip by unnoticed. You should try to relax and cultivate more interests. On the other hand, are you in a fever of excitement about something or someone? To dream that you are insane or mad, and unable to perform everyday tasks reflects an unjustified humiliation from the past or an embarrassing moment from the present that is unsettling you. Being mad or irrational in a dream, or meeting a mad person may also indicate that you are facing urges or emotions that feel threatening or that you cannot control properly. If you are confronted by a mad man or woman, this can indicate a part of yourself that you have not integrated successfully. If you are that mad person, then are you feeling threatened by the irrational parts of your personality or do you sense that you don’t fit in with your social group? Occasionally, you may experience a trembling or wave sensation when you awake, especially when you are aroused quickly from deep sleep; although disconcerting, this is usually the result of temporary confusion between the sleeping and waking worlds that should pass without need for concern. If, however, this occurs on a regular basis and you feel faint and dizzy when you get up, it might be wise to have a check-up with your doctor to rule out problems with your blood pressure. ... fits / madness dream meaning

The Element Encyclopedia

License Plate

A license plate (such as on a vehicle) can represent: Permission from or approval by an authority. Your unique identity as you feel it’s seen by others, or as you choose to display it. Your unique identifying characteristics, as you see them. An issue of validation or recognition by others, or the idea of self-validation. Your license plate being stolen can represent a feeling or fear of losing your identity or reputation. Purposely driving without a license plate could represent trying to hide your identity or go unnoticed.

See also: License; Vehicle; Car; Driver’s License... license plate dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

Mouse

Quiet, shy, or staying hidden (unnoticed, unseen, or unheard). Curious, or tending to get into everything. The idea that focusing on the small things or actions can bring big results. The power of understatement. Pestering or “gnawing away at” (as in something bothering you, or trying to get what you want). Dreaming of this animal can represent too much or not enough of one of those qualities, or someone or something you associate with the quality or animal. Consider also the animal’s actions, context, and your feelings about it.

See also: Animal; Hamster; Rat... mouse dream meaning

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

The Birth Of A Dream

AN AUTOMATIC NIGHTLY REVIEW. Once you fall asleep, the mind turns on an “automatic housekeeping” button to filter and prioritize the day’s events, feelings, and reactions. The mind now needs to handle the piled up inner-to-outer matchups from your day’s experiences. The psyche kicks into gear and begins to review the leftover concerns, which Freud originally named “day residues. ” Esteemed dream pioneer, Dr. Montague Ullman highlighted such “day residues” as the seeds of a dream in his many books on dream interpretation. However, neither Freud nor Ullman explained how a dream actually unfolds. Stay tuned. Based on a lifetime of observation, this is how we see that a dream is born. STEPS IN THE BIRTH OF A DREAM. The psyche’s nightly review goes something like this:A QUICK FIRST SCAN AND SORT. Like a high-speed computer, the psyche scans how the day’s activities, thoughts, feelings, and observations, match up. It compares your new experiences to your similar past experiences. The psyche further observes how these new observations stack up against your goals, ideals, hopes, and wishes. During this first pass, the mind creates two piles: (1) the “completed” pile and (2) the “still needs attention” pile. ITEMS IN THE “COMPLETED” PILE ARE FILED. The psyche first addresses the actions, thoughts, and feelings that were adequately handled and completed during the day. The items that have no emotional leftovers or loose ends are stored in memory. This is the equivalent of filing a stack of papers that no longer need your attention. A SECOND, DELUXE SCAN TAKES PLACE FOR THE “STILL NEEDS ATTENTION” PILE. During the first scan, the “completed” pile was filed. During a second, more detailed scan, the psyche tackles the “still needs attention” list of unresolved thoughts, feelings, actions, and decisions that were triggered by the day’s events. As if the mind were a high-speed computer, the psyche prioritizes your issues and flags the questions, unfulfilled desires, and problems that require your attention. It also compares unresolved issues against your current and past experience. The end result is a set of conclusions and suggestions about what could be done to resolve those issues, conclusions that the mind now needs to transmit back to you. THE PSYCHE’S FEEDBACK IS CONVEYED AS A DREAM. After evaluating your ongoing concerns, the psyche cranks out a report to summarize whatever may have escaped your attention, as gleaned from the previous day’s bulletin board notes. This report from the psyche may offer you a fresh perspective, a new insight, or a suggestion to get further information about a half-processed topic. As you sleep, this mini report is relayed to you in the form of a visual memo about your unresolved feelings, concerns, and decisions. You heard it here first—this mini report is otherwise known as a dream. WHAT DOES A DREAM COMMUNICATE? A dream memo from the psyche can include one or more of the following topics:• An overview of unresolved feelings or issues. • Past influences or reactions that are relevant to a current issue. • Current unnoticed factors that affect a topic. • Feelings with which you may not be in touch. • An invitation to change a perspective or a goal. • Advice on how to deal with an issue. • General or specific insights into a problem or concern. ... the birth of a dream dream meaning

A Little Bit Of Dreams

Clothes

Universal Landscape: Personal expression, connected with the persona. Dreaming Lens: What articles of clothing were in your dream? Were you wearing them? Did they belong to you or to someone else? Were you shopping? Were there many articles of clothing, or just a few? Where were they being kept, or thrown away? What time period were they from? Were they old or new? Were they costumes or street clothes?Personal Focus: What we choose to wear has enormous implications for how we feel about ourselves and how we would like the world to perceive us. Symbolically, they represent creative personal expression. However, clothes can also represent the ways in which we cover up who we really are and alter what the world sees. Additionally, the clothing we wear at any given time can reveal things about our moods and emotional states that might otherwise go unnoticed. The quality and style of clothing in a dream will provide you with different shades of meaning for your interpretation. Old clothes might represent old ways of being that are resurfacing. New clothes could indicate a desire or need to match your inner growth and shifts with your outer presentation. A costume might illuminate roles you are playing in your life that are false, whereas your own clothes indicate that the issue at hand is with your present sense of Self. Being inappropriately dressed represents your concern about fitting in with others. Wearing too many clothes can sometimes indicate a lack of comfort with your sexuality or body image. Having to deal with many layers of clothing denotes that there are obstacles between where you are and a deeper level of authentic expression. A desire to take clothes off may mean a need to break out of the stereotype you find yourself in; while adding more clothes could mean putting on a few more layers in order to protect yourself from perceived outside harm. No clothes usually reflects feeling very open and, therefore, vulnerable. ... clothes dream meaning

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream

Heart Attack

Universal Landscape: Sudden and destructive impact of a wounded heart. Dreaming Lens: Did you have a heart attack? Did someone else have a heart attack in your dream? What was the end result of the heart attack? Was it painful? Where did the heart attack take place?Personal Focus: A heart attack refers to any of a number of different wounds to the heart. Results of a heart attack can range from innocuous discomfort to death. The heart is the symbolic center of love. When love is compromised for too long, the heart may rebel and attack. In this context, when we use the word “love,” we aren’t necessarily referring to feelings of romantic attachment. Love is the primary principle on which life is based; anything that opposes love, such as anger, resentment, envy or pride, are all qualities that can have an impact on the heart. Often the causes of a heart attack go unnoticed for a long time before the actual event occurs. In this way, such a dream image may indicate that the underlying cause of your unconscious discontent may have been lingering below the surface for a long while before this time. If you are the one having a heart attack in your dream, then look to where in your life issues around love may be hurting you on a deep level. If someone else in your dream is the victim, then use them as a Character Aspect of the part of your personality that is suffering due to a matter of love, or the lack thereof. ... heart attack dream meaning

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream

Sun

Universal Landscape: Life force; life itself. Consciousness. Dreaming Lens: Was the Sun rising, setting, or mid-sky? Was it the Sun as we know it in our solar system? Was it closer than normal? Further away? Was the heat of the Sun oppressive or dangerous, or was it warm and comforting? Did you experience it from the vantage point of Earth or space? Were you traveling toward it or perhaps even into it? Was the Sun being eclipsed in your dream? Was solar energy the focus of the dream?Personal Focus: The Sun is the source of almost all life on Earth. There was probably no prehistoric civilization that didn’t worship the Sun as a god or supreme being. Though modern science has demystified the Sun somewhat by expanding our understanding of what it is made of, its awe-inspiring nature is just as magnificent today as it must have been for early humankind. As the focal point of the system that we call home, it is the symbolic center of life itself. Not only do we literally revolve around it in space, we also have created our lives to revolve around our relationship with it. The power contained within the Sun is so enormous, it is almost unfathomable. From the impact of the seasons to the rhythm of day and night, the Sun truly embodies human consciousness. The condition and position of the Sun in your dreams, as well as your proximity to it, are crucial to an accurate interpretation. If you dream of comfortably basking in its embracing warmth, it could indicate a sense of contentment with life. If you experience the harmful and dangerous effects of too much Sun in your dream, you might want to consider paying more attention to some of the more powerful forces in your life. In the same way that a sunburn can sneak up and surprise the unwitting sunbather, forces of power left unchecked can do damage that go unnoticed until the damage is done. A sunrise may point to new beginnings just as a sunset may indicate an ending of some sort. If your dream Sun is blocked by clouds, you may want to consider where in your life your personal power is being limited or held back. To dream of tapping into the technology of solar power may allow you to recognize that every human being has a birthright to an endless supply of abundance and limitless life force. If your dream finds you in fantastical close proximity to the Sun, such as flying through space toward it or even through the Sun itself, you could be dreaming of connecting with a new surge of personal power. However, be warned: To whom much is given, much will be required. ... sun dream meaning

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream