The meaning of five in dream | Dream Interpretation
The human body; human consciousness in the body; the hand; sometimes called the number of marriage because it unites all the previous numbers—1-1-4 and 2 + 3; the five senses.
Five is the number of the conscious female and is associated with the attributes of the goddess, those of compassion, peace, clarity, love, and receptivity: As with the five-pointed star, the number five presents the five elements in the cycle of creativity. Thus, the number five may signify creativity itself.
What follows the foundational sense of four is the freedom of five. Once a structure has been established, there is now a sense of safety and security for exploration.
The number five embodies this expressiveness.
The human body expresses the number five as represented by the four limbs and the head.
The ability for the body to move about through space is a vibrant and exhilarating experience. In this way, five symbolizes freedom, joy, and bliss. With this comes the shadow of freedom: indulgence. This expression of five can carry grave consequences, such as compulsion and addiction.
The human body, human consciousness in the body, the five senses. Adventurousness, vivaciousness, courage, health, susceptibility, sympathy. Rashness, irresponsibility, inconstancy, unreliability, thoughtlessness.
The number five represents your spontaneous nature and sense of adventure. It can also represent your ability to convince others, or the five senses. This number could indicate that you are ready to change direction in your life. It can also represent the relation between heaven and earth.
Five is the number of a naturally playful life.
If it appears in a dream, the dreamer’s spirit will choose a life that is soodi- ing, active, and bright.
The Five in China is an undisputedly luck)’ number.
A Five-person is impulsive, quick, and has business intelligence. Lacking perseverance and easily annoyed or angered, Five-people need to learn to be more selective in their choice of friends. Symbolically, the Five stands for Mercury.
The Five in people points to drives and lusts.
It is the sum of all kinds of qualities—packaged in a restless, nervous, and unpredictable mold.
In general, it can be said that a variety of things is behind the Five, the results of a combination of different character traits. Five represents the human body: the head, two arms, and two legs. Sometimes the Five is seen as a symbol for marriage or for the desire to have children. See Mercury.
Five-people have birthdays on the 5th, 14th, or 23rd day of the month.
The fundamental human being, a person in harmony, because a person—hands and legs extended— forms a pentagram. Also related to the “five senses.” The connection between the female and the male. Five also means “Quintessence,” the fundamental sense, the essential. In China, the number of the center.
In dreams, the number five represents a change in direction or new activities. It also represents your persuasive, daring and bold nature.
1. Humanity, “humanness”; note the ﬁve senses and ﬁve digits on each hand and foot.
2. A person of intelligence and communication, expression, eloquence and charm.
Dreams of the number 5, according to the I-Ching, symbolizes rebellion, and leadership.
A great learning opportunity and change is taking place in your life.
Five represents your persuasiveness, a daring or bold nature, action or the five human senses. This number may reflect changes in direction, irresponsibility, rashness, unreliability and inconsistency. Five is a symbol of the human species: the five senses, five fingers, five toes and the five points of your body in harmony with the cosmos—feet on the ground, arms stretched to the skies, head communicating to the heavens. It therefore represents striving to transcend earthly limitations to establish a link between heaven and earth. The number five is also associated with the Tarot Pope, the card that denotes spiritual wisdom. Its shape or symbol is the five-pointed pentagram.
(see Numbers, Pentagram)
Emotional, mental, spiritual, or physical transitions.
Protection and safety.
The pentacle of the Knights Templar is illustrated as a five-pointed star. This was used regularly to shield people from the evil eye or malicious magic.
Ancient Roman: An emblem of love and commitment.
The Roman marriage rituals featured five burning candles throughout the ceremony.
Islamic: The number of sacred tasks: regular cleansing, offerings, fasting, prayers, and taking a pilgrimage.
In some dream oracles, this number portends the restlessness that accompanies change. Listen to your inner voice, and let it steer you in the right direction.