The meaning of Embryo in dream | Dream interpretation
(see Baby, Birth, Miscarriage, Pregnancy)
For a pregnant woman, or her partner, a situational dream that requires no further interpretation.
A period of gestation and waiting that may actually span 40 weeks. This is not a situation that can be rushed or forced.
A new beginning or opportunity that has just been recognized, or is just starting to develop.
1- To dream of an embryo or foetus is to become aware of an extremely vulnerable part of ourselves. We may also be making ourselves aware of a new situation in our lives, one which has not got beyond a germ of an idea.
2- We arc linking back to conception, to a point where everything begins. We may need to look at the process of becoming consciously knowledgeable of all that we are or can be.
3- The core of being is the embryo, and therefore the ccntre of Creation.
Dreams of an embryo represent that you are at the very embarking on a new project or relationship, and perhaps you are feeling that you are being born again. See Baby.
1. A new beginning.
2. A new idea.
3. If pregnant, hoping that the baby passes scrutiny, comes out okay.
Depth Psychology: This symbol might point to a new emotion or a new idea that is slowly developing inside you. Sometimes you might also yearn to return to a pre-born state, or curl up in mothers lap again because the responsibilities for your life are just too much.
An embryo can represent the most vulnerable part of ourselves, the “inner child.” (Also see Baby, Miscarriage, Pregnant.)
To dream of an embryo indicates that a fresh and innovative thought is coming to you. Your subconscious emotions may be coming up. This dream could also indicate a sense of being exposed and that you need to guard yourself.
If you are pregnant, then it can be common to see an embryo within your dreams.
The core of physical being is the embryo, a union of masculine and feminine principles. This therefore symbolizes the centre of creation.
Psychological / emotional perspective: We are linking back to conception, to a point where life begins and takes on meaning. We may need to look at the process of becoming consciously knowledgeable of all that we are or can be.
Material aspects: To dream of an embryo or foetus is to become aware of an extremely vulnerable part of ourselves. We may also be making ourselves aware of a new situation in our lives, one which has not got beyond a germ of an idea.
Gives gender - specific: Since a woman is more intimately concerned with the formation of an embryo, her dreams may be more connected with the processes of development rather than the existence of a child. In a man’s dream an embryo need not have the symbolism of a foetus, but rather the rudiments of an idea.
An extremely vulnerable aspect of us; our own prenatal experience; or our feelings connected with our prenatal life—for instance we may have been told our mother tned to abort us. Even if this is not so, the idea acts as a focus for our feelings of rejection and infantile pain.
The embryo or foetus would therefore symbolise such feelings. See baby.