The meaning of Laurel in dream | Dream interpretation
A dream betokening victory and pleasure (Raphael); symbol of victory.
If your dream concerned laurel growing out of doors, it predicts success and contentment; if you picked laurel in your dream, the forecast is of triumph over enemies or obstacles; if you dreamed of being crowned with laurel, the dream is reminding you that pride often goes before a fall, so don’t let good luck go to your head.
This is a dream which indicates that you wi!l be fortunate in your love affair as well as in various other enterprises.
To place a wreath of laurel on her sweetheart’s head, is a sign that a maiden will shortly be wooed by a man who is handsome, wealthy and charming.
One may reasonably expect a sizable sum oi money if he or she dreams of this tovely wild plant.
Laurel is a beautiful, fragrant plant with therapeutic virtues, and mystically related to medicine, glory, and loneliness. In dreams it represent the possibility of finding something that orients you in your matters, given that laurel is the symbol of triumph. (See GLORY)
To see it or to adorn yourself with laurel promises abundance and success.
If the drams is a man, it is an omen of marriage.
Dreaming of the laurel, brings success and fame. You will acquire new possessions in love. Enterprises will be laden with gain.
For a young woman to wreath laurel about her lover’s head, denotes that she will have a faithful man, and one of fame to woo her.
Dreams of a laurel branch or wreath symbolize that you are preparing for honor, successful accomplishment, or a prestigious achievement. This dream could be a message that you can only sit on your laurels for so long before you block the flow of your future achievements. See Crown.
Striving for success and acceptance. This may be a warning not to be addicted to approval and fame.
Folklore: Luck and money.
(Honor) Ifone who qualifies to be honored for his achievements is crowned and honored with the laurel of fame or a crown of victory in a dream, it means blessings in one’s life.
If one does not qualify for that, then it denotes his mere passion, want, or desire.
(Also see Flag; Honor)