The meaning of Hat in dream | Dream interpretation
Antiquated methods or approaches (e.g., something is “old hat”). Involvement or interest (e.g., “tossing your hat into the ring”).
The mind: Keeping ideas “under one’s hat.” Top hat: A refined, classy approach to a situation.
Jester’s hat: Clowning around. Possibly using humor as a communication tool, or to cover up insecurity.
Changing hats: Transitions or additional responsibilities especially in a work-related situation (e.g., “wearing many hats”).
The role or roles you play, how you present self to others which is not the full expression of who you really are. See Cap.
The significance varies according to the action and other factors, so all details should be correlated, but as a general guide:
To dream that your hal is broken, or fallen oil, means damage and dishonor.
If the hat is new, smart and becoming, the portent is favorable. After such a dream is an auspicious time to begin a new enterprise.
To dream of wearing a hat that does not fit you signifies that your pride will cause you trouble.
To lose a hat predicts a shameful experience.
As they serve to cover the head, hats are a symbol of what is harbored (or thought). In the same fashion, it references the role that you play in life. And, if you change it, it indicates a change in attitude or direction in your existence.
It is possible that you are turning towards the assumption of more responsibilities at work, or be searching for a new work position. According to Freud, hats (and gloves) represent the female genitals due to its ability to surround the body. In contrast, Jung thought that the hat, relative to the crown, gives people a determined expression. So, the type of hat changes the meaning of the dream. A tophat manifests that you want health or that you are too pretentious; a baseball hat that you want to be younger or more athletic; a straw hat, that you hope to adopt a more natural and unworried attitude; a military cap indicates an excess in authoritarianism; lastly, if you wear a ridiculous hat, it is a warning of the grotesque posture that you maintain in the situation represented in the dream. In general, imagining that you are wearing a hat shows a lack of security in what you do and a fear of being judged by others.
The predecessors of Freud believed that if a woman wears a man’s hat, she wants to maintain relations with the owner of the hat. And, if you dream that you lose the hat, you will soon be married.
To dream of losing your hat, you may expect unsatisfactory business and failure of persons to keep important engagements.
For a man to dream that he wears a new hat, predicts change of place and business, which will be very much to his advantage.
For a woman to dream that she wears a fine new hat, denotes the attainment of wealth, and she will be the object of much admiration.
For the wind to blow your hat off, denotes sudden changes in affairs, and somewhat for the worse.
Dreams of a hat symbolize the way you want others to see you. Also a hat represents your egoic thoughts, opinions, judgments, and ideas.
If the hat has a logo or a picture this could be about your affiliation or job (as in a fireman’s hat, a fez or baseball cap).
A hat can also be a disguise, a distraction, or an extension of your beliefs.
A hat can also symbolize that you feel the need to protect yourself from the influence of those around you. See Chakra-Crown, Crown and Yamaka.
Dreaming that you are wearing a new hat prognosticates a change of place.
If you lose your hat it forecasts a very unsatisfactory outlook.
The hat is also used as a symbol of the male sex organ and its function.
1. Authority, power.
3. Social status.
4. Healing, recovery (woman’s hat).
New clothes are generally excellent omens, but shabby things are warnings of trouble.
If you lose your Hat, beware of false friends.
If a person wears a big hat in your dream, someone you know may be keeping a secret from you.
If you are wearing the hat, you need more creativity in your life.
Points to intellect, but also arrogance, as with all other symbols that have to do with the head. Vanity and self-expression, as with all symbols concerning jewelry.
The type of hat points to the personality of the dreamer. See Cap,
According to psychoanalysis, a hat is a phallic symbol. Today it is more likely a symbol of the condom.
Vision: Dreaming frequently about wearing a hat: you would love to be the center of attention wherever you go; more humility would be in order.
If you are wearing a very extravagant hat: your actions or your behavior make you look like a fool. Making a hat: you will soon be offered an interesting job—or someone is going to make an interesting request.
The wind blowing the hat off your head means a loss of profit. Watching a hat floating on water may indicate a friend’s suicide. Wearing a straw hat: your lover will be unfaithful. Wearing a hat with feathers: you are too vain and too desperate for admiration. See Top Hat.
Depth Psychology: The hat represents opinions and attitudes you would rather hide from others; be brave—speak your mind. Who are you suspicious ofr Take off your hat and show the world who you are!
Hats represent concealment (e.g., a magician’s hat) and a covering of one’s head and mind (“keep this under your hat”).
A tipped hat suggests a greeting, and different types of hats symbolize different situations (e.g., a beret suggests the military and a top hat represents magic, a formal occasion, a dance routine).
If the hat is new, the dreamer may be considering a new job - and should go for it.
If the hat is old and shabby, the dreamer’s current job will eventually “get old.”
If the hat is too small for the dreamer, something in his life for which he had high hopes could turn out to be a disappointment. But if the hat is too large, he has bitten off more than he could chew.
A top hat or fashionable ladies’ hat indicates a rise in social status.
Defines one’s title of/or responsibility, i.E.
A son who takes his dad’s place, wears his hat
The head is the symbolic wellspring of our thoughts and ideas. Hats both adorn and protect the head. As such, a hat can represent specific ideas or thoughts themselves, but also the need or desire to contain them. In terms of adornment, a hat can be the outward expression of an inner idea. In the realm of protection, a hat can connect with keeping such ideas firmly in place. Wearing someone else’s hat could be expressing the notion of trying on someone else’s ideas.
Hats, in general, represent the attitudes you wear and explain something about the direction of your thinking.
A flowered bonnet may comment on old-fashioned feminine values.
A Nike sports hat may point to someone who thinks he can do anything with the right attitude.
A Nike cap worn over the third eye may suggest that you use your psychic abilities.
A sports cap representing your favorite team may indicate a sense of rooting for yourself and those you love.
Opinions, beliefs, mental attitudes—for instance a Jewish skull cap would represent the religious beliefs of the wearer. Idioms: at the drop of a hat; brass hat, eat one’s hat; hang on to one’s hat; under one’s hat, old hat.
(1) A hat may be a sexual symbol, representing male or female genitals.
(2) According to what sort of hat it is, it may represent a particular quality, role or lifestyle. Changing hats may therefore denote a (needed) change of attitude or direction or values; throwing your hat away may mean a decision to concentrate less on “worldly5 performance and more on self-knowledge’ and personal wholeness.