The meaning of Dawn in dream | Dream interpretation
Beginning, new awakening, insight and understanding. Rising to the tasks before you.
A clear sunny dawn predicts some splendid new opportunity on your horizon; but a gray or rainy dawn suggests some trials to be overcome.
Illumination within, rebirth and awareness.
1- To dream of a dawn or a new day represents a new beginning or a new awareness in circumstances around us. We are looking for different ways of dealing with old situations.
2- Psychologically we are aware of the passage of time, and perhaps the need to mark or celebrate this in some way.
3- A new dawn can bring a great sense of hope. As the new dawn fades that sense of hope grows stronger.
A form of spiritual illumination is quite often felt within this type of dream.
Dreams of dawn symbolize hope, inspiration and the joyous anticipation of a new beginning.
If you are just coming through a challenging time, this dream is giving you the message that the light at the end of the tunnel is upon you. See Sun or Sunshine.
1. New beginnings, start of another stage of life.
2. Entering a new stage of spirituality or understanding.
3. Help is coming.
To see the Dawn, days of storm and stress lie ahead.
To dream of watching dawn break means the dreamer will emerge from problems to enter a new, fulfilling stage of life.
A new beginning, energy, and youth. Postponing something until tomorrow. You are either waiting to see, or you are simply too lazy to do what you feel you need to do, but this can sometimes be quite proper and healing.
The first appearance of daylight in a dream represents the birth of girls or their marriage. Seeing the dawn in a dream also may signify remembrance of God Almighty and readingof the Qur’an. Seeing the dawn in a dream also means walking into the light of guidance. It also means happiness and continuous joy.
If one loses something in the night then finds it at dawn in a dream, it means that his opponent denies something he unjustly took from him, then a witness arrives to testify for one’s benefit and to help him recuperate his property.
A new beginning; shedding light on an event.
As a symbol, the dawn can have most of the meanings generally associated with light (e.g., enlightenment, vitality). More particularly, the dawn is the emergence of a new stage of life, a new understanding, or a new start, and the emergence from darkness.
A new and happy beginning
Loving-kindness, Ps. 92:2
(1) The dawn may symbolize a fresh start, opening to a promise-filled future.
(2) As night is a symbol of the unconscious, so dawn may symbolize the raising of unconscious contents into consciousness - a prerequisite of personal growth.
(3) It may symbolize illumination; ‘seeing the light5.
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