The meaning of Apple in dream | Dream interpretation
(see Eating, Fimit, Juice, Trees)
Temptation to break personal taboos, or divine or societal laws. Responsible use of knowledge, skills, or wisdom.
Matters of health: How the apple looks may have a direct bearing on how you’re feeling.
Appearing abundantly on a tree: A propitious sign that speaks of realizing your hopes.
Only at the top of a tree: High ambitions that you may not be able to safely or effectively reach.
Worm ridden: If you bite into an apple to discover a worm, this means that something isn’t as good as it outwardly appears, especially someone’s ethical codes.
Arthurian: Longevity. King Arthur was taken to Avalon, the Isle of Apples, to live forever. Similarly, in Norse legends apples are used as a resurrection charm, and Hera’s Tree of Life is filled with golden apples.
In Judeo-Christian belief, the apple denotes sin and temptation because of the expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden after the serpent tempted Eve to eat the apple growing on the Tree of Knowledge. Greek mythology associated the apple with sexual attraction. So if you are married and tempted to bite or steal an apple in your dream, this could represent the attraction of a forbidden affair. Their association with the Tree of Knowledge means that apples may also indicate the self-knowledge and insight gained from experience. On the other hand, they may also symbolize a desire to return to lost innocence.
To see apples growing in a tree in your dream symbolizes wisdom and that wellearned rewards will be gained in the future. Consider also the common phrase, ’an apple a day keeps the doctor away’; this may imply that you need to take better care of your health. To see green apples represents developing love or love that has yet to blossom. To see a rotten or half-eaten apple in your dream denotes that what you are striving and aiming for may not only be unfulfilling; it may even be harmful to you. A popular image of the comforts of home and childhood, apple pie probably reflects a desire to return to the security of childhood. Old rivalries and resentments may be expressed if you appear to be served a smaller slice of pie than the others present in your dreams.
Healthful influence; new understanding, greater knowledge and wisdom. Energy and self-direction. Whether apple is ripe, beautiful, rotten or wormy suggests whether you are opening to new energy and insight, or need to clean out negativity and decay.
The apple is related to sex; it symbolizes pleasure and sensuality. It’s the forbidden fruit, the sin that Adam and Eve committed in paradise. In oneiric terms, it reveals a desire to enjoy earthly pleasures.
If it is tasty, it indicates emotional satisfaction; if it is green, difficulties; if it is rotten, frustrations. From a Freudian point of view, eating an apple is synonymous with sexual appetite. The apple, however, also represents knowledge and freedom of choice. Just what Adam and Eve obtained when they left behind their innocence.
Especially if they are red, dreaming of apples is a good omen.
If they are ripe and sweet, you will be rewarded; if they are sour, you may suffer losses because of your own foolishness. Apples lying on the ground predict the dishonesty of your friends. Finally, if they are rotten, all your efforts will be in vain.
This simple and basic fruit is a powerful symbol in religious writings, literature and in dreams. It fundamentally represents knowledge and the freedom that are associated with it. With knowledge and freedom we are in a position to make positive or negative choices.
The apple should be interpreted with the consideration of all the other details in the dream. Is the apple a symbol of positive movement and spiritual and emotional liberation, or is it a symbol of runaway passions and the resulting negativity? Are you giving into temptation and making hurtful choices or are being wise and enjoying the fullness of life? **Apples: Apples speak of emotions and include long happy lives, love, children, relationships, temptations and desires. Is the apple in good condition or does it contain worms; it is attractive and firm; rotting or partially eaten? Whatever its condition, it is describing what is happening in the arena of your emotional life.
If you are being handed an apple, it could be saying that someone is tempting you. Take a good look at the apple that is being handed to you - is it as it should be? Who is handing it to you? What condition are the apples in? Applies indicate love, protection, and good luck generated by positive and healthy personal ethics.
also see Food and Fruit
1- In dreams this can represent fruitfulncss, love and temptation.
2- Eating an apple indicates the wish to be trying to take in information or knowledge.
The apple obviously has connections with Eve’s temptation of Adam.
3- Apple blossom is a Chinese symbol of peace and beauty. Spiritually an apple suggests a new beginning and a freshness of approach.
Dreams of an apple symbolize fertility, health, the divine feminine, or the vagina. Whether you are male or female, dreams of a ripe, juicy red apple, may suggest that it is time for you to celebrate your femininity.
If the apple is unripe or bitter, then your dream is cautioning you to be patient in your endeavors.
If the apple is rotten, then you’ve been neglecting your inner goddess.
1. Feeling healthy, good.
2. Willingness to offer something to someone to inﬂuence the behavior toward one.
3. If apple has a worm, it is a warning to be alert to being deceived.
4. Guilt over something (adam and eve).
7. Peace and harmony.
Health and naturalness; also renewal of life and the symbol of immortality (the golden apple). Seduction and sexual symbol for breast.
(The ideal in the Middle Ages was to have breasts like little apples.) Something that turns into something good (and deservedly so—for instance, William TelPs apple) or, less frequently, something that turns into something bad (see the Apple of Paris).
According to Freud, the apple, like almost every other Fruit, is the symbol for breasts, particularly when there is more than one apple. In psychoanalysis apples are generally considered a typical sexual symbol. According to C. G. Jung, they are a symbol of life, an ancient fertility symbol, as are the pomegranate, fig, and quince).
In a dream, apples represent beautiful children.
An apple in a dream also denotes one’s determination and good will.
To a king, apples in a dream represent his kingdom.
To a merchant, they represent his merchandise, and to a farmer theyrepresent his crop. Eating apples in a dreammeans determination. Eating a sweet apple in a dream means lawful earnings, while eating a sour tasting apple means acquiring unlawful earnings. Sour apples in a dream mean divisiveness and hurt, while its tree represents torpor. Ifa king throws an apple at one of his subjects in a dream, it means good news or attainment of one’s goals. Planting an apple tree in a dream means adopting or caring for an orphan.
An apple tree in a dream represents a good man and a believer who serves and benefits his community. Eating an apple in a dream also means earning somethingpeople cannot See. Plucking an apple in a dream meansmoneyearned through a respectable person. Counting apples in a dream means counting money. Smelling an apple inside a mosque in a dream means getting married.
If a woman sees herself smelling an apple during a reception in a dream, it means misconduct and the permeation of sin. Ifshe sees herselfeating an apple in a known place in a dream, it means that she will give birth to a handsome son. Biting on an apple in a dream means satisfying one’s sexual desires or being sexually obsessed.
(Also see Magician)
An old Gypsy belief says that “Should a girl wish to dream of her future husband, it is necessary for her to obtain an apple from a widow on Saint Andrews Eve. She must not give thanks for receipt of the apple, and should eat half of it before midnight, and the other half after midnight. Her future lover will then be revealed whilst she is asleep.” See also Fruits.
Depending on the context of the dream, an Apple can signify love (if the apple is fresh and given to someone), guilt (only if one associates eating an apple with the biblical reference to the garden of Eden). In prophetic dreams the apple is considered to be a very good omen, but the interpretation depends primarily on what the details are.
If the apples are ripe there is a promise of financial rewards but if the apples were green, bitter, or tainted in some way then you are in danger of losing something through mistake or foolishness that you would have otherwise gained.
Spiritually the apple is the fruit of temptation, yet it is also a magical fruit containing the seeds of knowledge and awareness.
An apple suggests a new beginning and a freshness of approach. In many traditions it is the fruit of immortality. Apple blossom is a chinese symbol of peace and beauty.
Psychological / emotional perspective: Eating an apple symbolizes the wish to take in information or knowledge. This has an obvious connection with eve’s temptation of adam. As with many natural symbols, the phrases we use in the everyday can give rise to dream images. Thus to be giving someone an apple can suggest showing appreciation, whereas to pick up a rotten apple can signify meeting someone who is not good for us.
Material aspects: Apples on a purely mundane level can signify fruitfulness, fertility, love and temptation. Sometimes in dreams they can suggest a particular time of year.
Gives gender - specific: It is mainly by association that the apple has come to represent the feminine principle and sometimes the maternal breast.
It is more likely to have this meaning in a man’s dream than in a woman’s. As a symbol of carnal knowledge it represents fertility.
The “apple” of one’s eye
An apple has many possible symbolic meanings. Though not necessarily about money, an apple in a dream is a symbol of abundance and prosperity. There is a connection to health through the oft-used saying “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” The apple in your dream may also be associated with temptation from the mythology of the Garden of Eden and its use to tempt Adam and Eve. But remember, the apple is also connected to wisdom, as it is the fruit on the tree of life from the same mythology.
Symbolic of forbidden fruit or something desirable to the eyes, Gen. 3:6.
A golden apple is symbolic of wise words, Prov. 25.
11. Apples can also symbolize a time of refreshing, Song. 2:5
The apple is a symbol of wisdom. Associated with the Garden of Eden, the apple can represent carnal knowledge. When an apple is cut to reveal a cross section, a five-pointed star can be seen. This star is the symbol of feminine creativity and of the mysteries within nature. Reminding that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.’ it may signify good health. Finally, the golden apple was associated with the goddess Aphrodite as the prize for her beauty.