The meaning of Magistrate in dream | Dream interpretation
To dream of a magistrate, foretells that you will be harassed with threats of law suits and losses in your business. See Judge and Jury.
also see Authority Figures in People
1- Whenever an authority figure appears in a dream, it is very often harking back to our relationship with our father, with the need to be told what to do, or perhaps to have somebody who is more powerful than we are take control within our lives. Since a magistrate imposes the laws of society, it is also to do with our willingness to submit to authority on behalf” of the Greater Good. Throughout life, we learn to belong to groups and to act in a way that is more in keeping with the needs of those groups.
2- Authority figures are part of our make up. It may well be that part of our being knows best what we should be doing, and our conscious, everyday working self is not operating in keeping with that inner authority.
3- Spiritual authority coupled with spiritual knowledge is often represented by a dream of a magistrate. It signifies the dreamer can be susceptible to both.
1. Feeling in command.
2. Capable of rendering a decision about something.
3. Authority ﬁgure.
To dream that you are being charged with some crime or offence depends upon whether you are convicted or set free.
If convicted, fortune is against you.
You have made some error, of which you are not aware. Go back over your previous days work and double-check everything.
If you dream of a magistrate this foretells trouble with law suits and other small legal matters.
If the dreamer faces the magistrate in a court of law as the defendant it is likely he or she will experience a loss of freedom and rights.
A woman who dreams she marries a magistrate will find herself judging between two choices in mates.
Spiritual authority coupled with spiritual knowledge is often represented by a dream of a magistrate. It signifies that we can be susceptible to both.
Psychological / emotional perspective: It may well be that a part of us knows best what we should be doing, and our conscious, everyday working self is deliberately flouting that inner authority.
A magistrate in dreams has sufficient authority to correct our misdemeanours.
Material aspects: There are times when we need to be told what to do, or perhaps to have somebody who is more powerful than we are take control within our lives.
A magistrate in everyday life imposes the laws of society for the good of the community in which we live.
A judgement must be made as to what is for the good of all. In dreams, this figure will perform the same function, generally guiding us towards more acceptable behaviour.
See individual entry.