The meaning of Hockey in dream | Dream interpretation

A game of hockey, whether on ice or field, augurs success through your own diligence.

See also Games and Sports.

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams | Stearn Robinson - Tom Corbett

To dream of a ice hockey or field hockey game, whether you are playing or watching, signifies success through your own hard work. Also see “Goalie.”

My Dream Interpretation | myjellybean

See “ballgame”

Dream Dictionary Unlimited | Margaret Hamilton

All sporting events are symbolic of the way in which life itself is like a game. With hockey, the distinctions are its fast pace and the tendency toward violence.

If hockey features in a dream, you may be giving yourself permission to be freer with your aggressive nature than you might normally be. Conversely, you may be noticing this tendency in others.

The fact that hockey takes place on ice may indicate the agility needed to stay in the game in some chaotic and unpredictable experience that is currently unfolding for you. Ice is frozen water and water is a symbol of emotions. Hockey in a dream may reflect being graceful despite feelings that may have gone cold.

Complete Dictionary of Dreams | Dr. Mıchael Lennox

Hockey, a game popularized in Europe, uses a stick to slam a puck into a goal net. Hockey in a dream may comment on a battle in your company or business that might prove dangerous. Playing hockey may also represent an aggressive team that can get the job done.

Ariadne's Book of Dream | Ariadne Green

Hockey | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Hockey


To dream about a hockey goalie refers to your ability to succeed through hard work.

If you dreamed of being a goalie predicts new friends and opportunities.... My Dream Interpretation


My Dream Interpretation


Dreams about baseball, football, hockey, and the like reveal a subconscious desire for harmony and teamwork. Playing a game means you expect a fair deal from others. See Games, Tennis.... Psycho Dream Interpretation


Psycho Dream Interpretation


Most dreams in which you are playing a team game reflect how well you feel you are performing within a group situation in waking life, whether it is among your family and friends, or—more typically—in relation to colleagues at work. So if you dreamed of playing football, basketball, hockey, netball, rugby or volleyball, pay attention to how you are reacting or playing in the team. Are you the weak link? Are you lazy? Are you the one who pulls the team together? Are you a good sport? Do you play fairly, or do you cheat and break the rules? Do you respect authority and the decision of the referee or judges? Are you a team player or only concerned about your own performance? The answer to questions such as these will prove helpful if they are considered in the context of your participation in group dynamics in waking life.

Dreams that feature baseball can be littered with sexual symbols such as the bat, the ball and the gloves. According to Freudians, such dreams—and this would be true of all games containing umpires or referees—might be an oblique reference to a challenge you have made to a father figure, as represented by the umpire. The white outfits worn in the game of cricket may suggest a yearning for childhood innocence; the friendly, relaxed and languid nature of the game might reveal a longing to withdraw from a fiercely competitive environment, whether at home or at work. The intense passions of football, whether in the form of rugby, soccer or gridiron, may symbolize sexual excitement; scoring a goal or a try, for example, might symbolize orgasm. Jungians, however, would see dream football as a mirror of the dreamer’s spiritual aspirations. Some team sports seem unlikely topics for a dream but your dreaming mind may select them specifically for their symbolism. To dream that you are part of a rowing team, for example, stresses the importance of collective effort and pulling together as a team.... The Element Encyclopedia


The Element Encyclopedia

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